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  • e2 - t wall (•y/unknown);—

abs. 'p Nu 22 2s + , "N? Is 22 5 ; cstr. "r$ I K 6 5 + ; pi. flh'p. iK6 16 +, cstr. id., v 5 +; sf. Vni'p Ex3o 3 + , etc.; — wall, esp. as flat surface: 1. usu. of house or chamber : a. inner surface, Am 5 19 i S 1 8" + 9 t., + (of temple) i K 6' 5 ' + v 15b (but rd. rrnip beams, with © The Kit Benz), v 16!727 + 6 t. tb. outer surface, 2 K g 33 Ez 33 30 Is 59 10 (in sim.) ; so "V? BT? Is 25* (but Lo Kn Gr Di Du Che Hp « al. rd. l'p; JP Peters jbl,ki»«).46 „,.„„ to [- as 28 2jj. of terap ie x K s . tc. both inner and outer prop 6" 6 , cf. EZ41 yJ7J0* fd. indeterminate, 1 2 i - 7 ' 12 23". t«. thickness specified, Ez 41 5 ' 9 ' 2 ' 3 (of Ezekiel's temple), tf. as enclosing, 2 K 4 10 (of n>pj?, q.v.) ; as separating Ez 43 s . t2. wall of (temple-)court Ez 8 7 ' 8,8 (in vision) ; of vineyard Nu 2 2 25 - 26 (J), of city 35 4 (P), cf. noinn ? J os 2 15 (JE) the (inner) surface of the wall. t3. more gen., 1 K 5 13 , and (in phr. Tpa pnfP) 1S25" 34 1K14 10 16 11 2 1 21 2K9 8 ; in fig. Ez 13 12 ' 14 (appar. fem., but city Jerus. prob. in mind, cf. Albr 2AWxTl<18M) ' 85 Ko"- 2 '" 5 ), v 1515 (HTD v 10 ), 'KM 'p f 62 4 ; 'P J3K 2 S 5 n ='p 1 Ch 14', cf. Hb2 n (fig.); bpz Tg Ez 4 3 (symbol.).— Is 2 2 s is dub.: usu. wall (so even Du Che Hpt Marti), butref. not clear; Ew Che Comm - in. "Vp; KloBrd Wkl A1M "'- Untm - m tp, soWMM""'- DB K ™, but v. Dr lb - K0A . 1 4. of flat side of altar Ez 4 1 22 Ex 30 3 37 2G Lv i 16 5 9 (all P). +5. nlTp ^3? Je 4 19 walls of my heart (as seat of pain). yn."Vp in n.pr.loc. of Moabite cities (cf. np = <% MI 11 - 12 - 24 , pi. pp I. 29 );—® usu. am., or reads to tux°* — 1- 3K10 'p L115 1 , poss. Rabba, S. of Arnon, v. Buhl" 80 "- 270 . 2. bnn 'p Je 48 3136 , fenn 'p is 1 6" = nfenn 'p is 1 6 7 , nbnn 'p 2 Kf (Gi nenn ^ per h'. Kerak, S. of Rabba, v.Buhl" and cp. (on Kerak) Palmer »«•»' «»•»•«» Dowling PKQ - 0ct1896 ' 327 , esp. Mauss in de Luynes Voyage * la Mer Horte (1864), II. 106 ff., ill (Atlas, ad fin.). 13 pi. fin. "Vp n.pr.terr. et gent, 'p orig. house of Aram Am9 7 ; iTVp as place of exile Am i b 2 K 16 9 (@ rrjv ■noKiv); "Vp as people in As. army Is 2 2 6 (v 5 vid. i. "Vp ad fin.). — Location dub., v. conspectus of older views Dr Aml » 5 ; plausible is some tribe in S. Babylonia, E. of Tigris Wkl ATUntna. 178 c f JJ a ] BKJ jl. 60 . WMM H ** t ' DB *"■ everywhere del., or em. jtfp, but v. i."Vp 3. DTp - Dip. tttTp n.pr.m. (prob. *B*P, Ar. ^-Jj, Aram. NK*p, No 2MOzla881 "' m ; orig. n.pr.dei as Ar. y^jy wh. nowonly in n.pr. pers.We Held - 2(i7 ); — K(«-)«: 1. father of Saul iSp'^io 1 " 1 14" 2S2i 14 iCh 8 s0 - 33 (where read "Vft, Be Kau Kit), v 33 = 9 3,1 - TO (read as above), v 39 12 1 26 s8 . 2. Levites : a. iCh23 SL22 24 29M . b. 2Ch2 9 12 . 3. ancestor of Mordecai Est 2 s (Kfto-aiov). T]it!?' , i7 n.pr. of wady running NW. through plain of Megiddo(Esdraelon), K(f)io-<ov(t stream o/(god) Kish RS 8 ""- «■• ^^ 17 °) ;— alw. 'P bm Ju 4 713 5 21 - 2 ' + 83 10 , also 1 K 18 40 ; mod. Nahr- el-Mukattd; v. Buhl "*' 106 ' 209 , GASm ""- 383 . ■>ejip v. *#»P sub Bhp. hp_, bp v. !6p. (Vp voice, v. ^p). PT^p 2 S 20" Kt, v. bnp. fl. [H7p] vb. roast, paroh (NH n^p id. (rare), 'vp=BH; As. kpM, n. 1, in. 1 burn, consume Meissn 8upplM ; Sab. DflK^p conflagratio, aestus Os 4 ' 1920 CIS"- 1 "" 74 -'- 20 ; Ar. JJ fry or roos< wheat ; Eth. •frtOJ: "M?: burn, fry, so 3!

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29 22 (acc.pers.)Ae roasted them with fire; Pt.pass. Eta «6p 3'3*tLv2"(P) grain ;)arcfo*Z with fire; so 'vp alone, as common food, Jos 5 11 (P), v. 'pp. Niph. Ft. nbp3 as n. ^ 38 s my loins are filled with burning (Vrss Bae with contempt, II. TOp). P7p n.m. 181 1 ' parched grain, a common food (Rob 8 *"- 50 Anderlind ZPV "');— abs. 'p 1 S 25 18 2 S I7 28 * + v 28 " (but dittogr., del. © @ and Coram.), Lv 23 14 (P), Ru 2 ,4 ; = K , pp 1 S 17 17 . fll. [H /p] vb. Wipb.be lightly esteemed, dishonoured (|| form of bbp; cf. NH f^p, X ^T?i?> disgrace, shame); — Pf. 3 ms. consec. rhpi) Is 16 14 Dt 25 s ; Pt. nj?pj Is 3 s +2t.;— 6e lightly esteemed, held of little account, Is 16 14 (glory of Moab); n^p:i En B*^C 1 S iS 25 ; so (Pt. as subst.) Is 3 5 (opp. 13^J), Pr 1 2 9 (opp. 132np) ; more positively, be dishonoured, degraded, Dt 25 s CIT^f)- Hipb. treat with contempt, dishonour, Pt. "Ol V3K rbpQ Dt 27 16 one dis- honouring [i.e. opp. i?3 of 5th Command]. t'j'lT'j? n.m. Fr "' 2 ignominy, dishonour; — abs. 'p Ho 4 7 +; cstr. ji^p Is 22 18 ; sf. V&p Je 1 3 M + > — 1- °f national ignominy Ho 4 718 (dub. line, v. Che Now), Je 46 12 (rd. prob. V')p, so ©