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Dip supplication ^ 28 2 - 8 31" 86 6 ; adv. inx 'P with one voice Ex 24 s 2 Ch 5 13 , 7Ni 'p loud voice 2 S 15™+ (cf. '3 'pa Gn 39" 1 S 28 ,2 +), 01 9 + Dt 27 14 ; 'P KBO Gn 21" + (v. KtM 1 b( 5 )), 'P D""5n 39 15 + (v. Din Hiph.); on 'p as inde- pend. nom., sq. subj. + vb. of calling ^3 S 27' 142' v. Ges J144m . b. of '< Gn3 810 Is 6 9 Ex 19" 1 K 19" Mi 6 9 Ez 10 5 (cf. also 2 b) + ; adv. ^"13 'p Dt 5" Ez 9 1 ; Hf] TODI 'p 1 K 19" c. of seraph Is 6 4 . d. of angel Dn 8 16 (DlN'p i.e. in human speech, cf. Bev); ViIR 'p I0 6.9.9 e _ f an ; ma i s : bleating of sheep 1 S 15", lowing of cattle v 14 Je 9', neighing of horses 8 16 , roaring of lion Am 3* Je 2 15 +, hissing of serpent 46 s2 (in sim.), singing of birds Na 2 8 Zp 2 14 Vri04 12 Ct 2 12 Eci2 4 . f. exclamation, at beginning of cl., a sound of. ../=hark/ Gn4 10 Is 13 4 40 s 52 s Je 4 15 io 22 50 28 Ct 2 8 5 2 (Ges> 146b ). 2. sound : a. of instrument, esp. tSt^n) 'p Ex 9 16 20" (Gi v ls ) Am2 ! iKi" + , *>« ntaspq 2 Ch 5 13 ,-to3 Ez «6 M , 3JW Jb 2 1 12 ; of D'Jbp on high priest's robe Ex 28 35 . b. thunder-clap or peal (cf. Dr 1 S I2 17 ), '» b>S? (or ^ip) Am I 2 Is SO^'Jeio'^si 16 , J02 11 4 16 f I 8 14 =2S22 14 , ^2 9 "- 7 - 9 46 7 Jb 3 7 4 (cf. iS7 10 ^77 ,S19 io 4 7 ),so esp. pi. abs. (v.supr.)tEx9 23 - 2 "

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v 15 ), 1 S7'° i2 1718 Jb28 M = 3 8 25 . c. nvil^ip 1 K 1 4 6 cf. 2 K 6 s2 , and (prob.) Gn 3 8 ; also Hnyir(n) 'p 2S5 24 = 1 Ch 14 15 ; of runners 2 K 1 1 13 2Ch23 12 . d. stamping of hoofs Je47 3 Ez 26' ( + chariots, etc.), cf. 1 K i 41 . e. of chariots Na3 2 J02 5 ; wheels Ez 3 13 ; whip Na 3 2 . f. of sea, and great waters Hb 3 10 Ez i 24 43 s >/<■ 93 34 , cf. Je 50 42 (in sim.) ; I'l^? 'P ^ 42 s . g. earthquake Ez 37 7 . h. afalije49 2l Ez26' 6 3i 16 . i. ofamul- titude 1 S 4 14 Is 13 4 Ez 23 42 . j. din of war Ex 32 17 Je 50 2246 5 1 55 La 2 7 . k. of wings Ez i 24 3 13 io 5 . 1. flame Jo 2 5 ; crackling of thorns Ec 7 6 ; rustling of leaves Lv 26 s6 . m. mill- stones Je 25 10 Ec 12 4 . 3. of articulate speech, thing said : a. (1) oft. of human advice, com- mand, entreaty Gn 3 17 4 s3 Ex 3 18 4 1 - 9 Dt i 45 2i 18 - I820 1 S 2™ 8 7 -' 2S12 18 ; D? , "i:n 'P Dt i 34 5 s5 ; even of written words 2 K io 6 ; so also flNn 'p Ex4 88 voice (teaching) of the sign. (2) of a report Gn 45 16 Ec io 20 . (3) of a proclamation Ex 36" (P), 2 Ch 24" 30 5 3 6 22 =Ezr i 1 , Ezr io 7 Ne 8 15 . (4) fyK T Lv 5 1 utterance of adjura- tion, b. oft. (esp. Dt Je) of words of '1 Gn 2 2 ls 26 s Ex 5 2 1 5 26 1 9 5 Dt 8 20 9 23 1 3 5]9 + , Ju 2 220 6 10 »»Je3*»7*+; of'^PEx iSi2 14 - ,s i5 119 - 2 ' trr 1 ? p Je 3 9 v. sub ?7p. ip n.pr.m. (voice of 1 ); — 1. father of proph. Ahab Je 29 21 . 2. Benjamite Ne II 7 ; Kobia, A KtoXua, ©L KoX«n. Prob. also 3. Levite Ezr io 23 , MT n^p but @ Ko>X«a, AKa.Xaa(cf. Gray Pro "'- NM7 ). D'lpjog vb. arise, stand up, stand ; — (NH in der. spec, and deriv.; Ph. Hiph. Pt. and DpD place; Ar. *L»(«) stand, rise, Eth. $ao stand, stop; Sab. DpD, place, Hom chrMt - 127 ; Aram. Dip, «vo=BH, so OAram. Nab. Dip; Palm. Aph. D'pK erect statue ; cf. prob. As. kumu (k = 3), 2>lace, dwelling, kum, kemu, in place of, and perh. kaiamdnu, enduring, constant (v. P'?); Thes cp. also Sam. iJV V, live, cf. esp. X Pa.); — Qal <50 P/ 3 ms. Dp x iS~i7 48 + , DKpi consec. Ho io 14 (Ges !72p ); 2 ms. BOB 2 S 12 21 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. Dip; Ex 21", juss. Dp^ Gn 27 31 , P&) a $, Jb22 28 (Ges» ,09h Dr» 18!(3 '); Dp»1 Gn 4 s +, etc.; Imv. ms. Dip Gn 13" + , fpl. njDp Is 32', etc.; Inf. abs. Dip Je 44 s9 ; cstr. Dip Am5 2 + , etc.; Pt. fs. nop Mi 7 s ; mpl. D"pp 2Si8 31 + , D-o'ipn 2K16 17 (Ges" 2 "), etc.;— 1. arise: VBnno Ex io 23 (E). Specif.: a. after lying down (sleep, sickness, mourning, etc.), 1 S 3 6 - 8 2 S 12 21 Ex 21" Gn I9 3335 31 17 Ru 3" Eci2 4 + 5ot.; fr. lying dead, ffyfHS DgJ 2 K 13" cf. Jb 14 12 Is 26' 419 f 88 lV ; after falling Am5 2 8' 4 Je8 4 25 27 +4t. (chiefly fig.); after being smitten, wounded, etc. ^ 18 39 || 2 S 22 39 , Is 27 9 (of Asherim, etc.), 43 + 4t.; from sitting, reclining, esp. at meals Gn 25 s4 1 S I 9 20 34 (D$ID [n^frj; v 25 see Dip), Est 7 7 ( + ^K in constr. praegn.), but also Ju 3 20 (^gO), 2 S ■**•** Jon 3' (1ND3D), 4-"i 1 1., 4- (arise= stand up, in respect), Gn'19 1 (4-DnN-ipi)), 3l»0r?W). Lv I 9 M W&h Is 4 9 7 Jb2 9 8 ; +inriB;>l2K2 l9 ,cf.Gn23 7 Ex33 10

S 20 41 25 41 ; — (v. also o) ; from kneeling (fO, 

+ V.B^01oc.) 1 K 8 s4 , fr. obeisance 1 S 24" Est 8 4 ; from bending over (?$>) dead Gn 23 s (P). b. out of (10) a condition, state, Ezr 9 s . c. of bear rising ?J? pers. , 1 S 1 7 35 . d. arise ( + stand) Ex 33 s 1// 20 9 (fig. of success, prosperity), Jb 24^ (id.), + ; of sheaf Gn 37'; of waters Jos 3 16 (ins - * 13). e. constr. praegn. arise (and stand) for a purpose Nu 1 1 32 (E); over, •>$? pers.,

S 12 17 . f. arise as prelim, to formal speech 

Ju 20 8 Mi 6 1 Je i 17 1 Ch 28 2 OyTTby), Pr 31 28 3*> ■$<**+& t-; to testify (against) Dt 19 1 " 6 (both 3 pers.), ^27" 35 u , cf. also f Bgl Jbi6 8 (of t^na q .v.; Bu fe*n); to vindicate Jb 19* paV-bj?); to rd. aloud Ne 9 3 (D"lDjri>y); to bless people 2 Ch 30 27 (priests). g. to listen to God's