Page:A Hebrew and English Lexicon (Brown-Driver-Briggs).djvu/911

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page needs to be proofread.


hp

rap alone, swift, messengers Is 18 3 , pursuers La 4" (|1? comp.), camel Je 2 23 , cloud Is 19 1 ; of swift vanishing of wicked Jl> 24 18 (Bu *?p for SWH ?p); as subst. Am 2" Je 46" Ec 9 11 , = swift (horse) Is 30"; bp_ as adv., swiftly ( + rnnD) I s 5 * J04 4 . T 7p n.[m.] lightness, frivolity (so Vrss Ki Gie; Gf thinks = fhp-, > = voice) ;— b$Q HJUt Je 3'. — ?P voice, v. Pip. T 7 7p adj . burnished (fir. %/rf, quick move- ment of rubbing?); — 'p nB>n3 burnished brass Ez i 7 Dn io 6 (so most ; Co, Ez, J"ii?p, in prefix- ing DrVBJB fr. v s ; Dn then follows crpt. Ez. i""l77p n.f. curse; — abs.'p Gn 2 7 12 + ; cstr. rife Ju 9" + ; sf. yrbbp Gn 2 7 13 , 'in^p 2 S 1 6 12 (van d. H. Kt <Tbbp, so We Dr Lbhr)'; pi. ti&ft Dt 28' 5 " 5 ;— curse, Gn 27 1213 (J); oft. opp. nana, Dt 1 i MJS 2 3 6 = Ne 13 2 , + 8 t. Dt., Jos 8 M (D), Ju 9 57 V 109 1718 Pr 27"; D3n T$fe Pr 2 6 2 a groundless curse, cf. 2 S 16 12 ; J"l2n.D3 n?pp 1 K 2 8 a grievous curse; =;a formulaof cursing Jeag 22 ; = o6;'«c* of curse, "b$ (WT^j r£S? Dt 21 23 , n!3B> PJ^P 2 K 22", cf. Je 24' 2' 5 18 + 6 t. Je, Zc 8 13 . "H7p n.pr.m. priest Ne 12 20 , ©L KaX/ia. I 7p7p adj. contemptible, worthless (cf. 01 * 189 ' Ba NBI6 °) ;—'pn D$3 Nu 21 6 (JE). P'PV n - [ m -] disgrace; — Hb 2", si vera 1. intens. OP 820 Kb"- 130 ' 407 , but dub. (v. We Now GASm). t [D 7p] vb. mock, seoff(Ecclus 1 1 4 obpn, text byAdkr J «« 11(1M0 >- 470 );— -Pi. Inf. cstr. tfofy }3HN Ez 16 31 to scoff at hire (of Jerusalem under fig. of harlot), but © @ Symm collect, rd. Y^pb Gr Toy Krae (or Bij&b, Co). Hithp. mock, deride, c. 2 pers., Impf. 3 ms. p?i"n? Hb I 10 ;

mpl. >opn Ez 2 2 5 , 'nn 2 K 2 s3 . 

TC7p n.[m.] derision, i.e., object of it, l|nBnn";lj e20 s ) + 55£,j, 44 >< 7 9«. tnDj'P n.f. id., id.;— Ez 22 4 . fl. [JHp] vb. sling, hurl forth (Thes cp. Ar. iAS sit insecurely (v. also Fra 224 , Socin in Buhl L " 13 ), waver, whence ilS sail (loan-wd. Fra 1 - ), JAram. wbp id., BH NHV^ curtain; thence hurl, sling ; but this perh. denom. (Socin Kc -) fr. Lc.'fe loosened clod, cf. Syr.ltS&ao id. (No in Fra lc ); Ar. iliL sling, Eth. OD^JVO: id.; Z V?P vb. sling, Syr. n. t.v» sling) ; — Qal Ft. ~b# |3N3 JJ.yp Ju 20 1 " one slinging (with) a stone at a hair ; 'ip c. ace. pers. Je io 18 / will sling forth the inhabitants. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. Vpp?l 1 S 1 7 49 and he slang (sc. the stone) ; sf. n ?5??P! 25 s9 lie shall sling away (life of enemy). ftJrJJp n.[m.] sling; — abs.'p 1817 s0 , j6gP 'l 3 25 M Moic 0/ <Ae sZ% (fig.); sf. W)p_ 17'"; "^J?* Jb 4 12 ° sling-stones, so D"$p 'K 2 Ch 26"; ifor'K Zc 9 15 is difficult: Marti K * u 'p-"tf3 ; We Now 'P V. 3 «<ws 0/ I tjy'pp] n.m. slinger;— pi. D^B ' K 3 25 . . [^p] n.[m.] curtain, hanging (P); — pi. abs. Dybp Ex 2 7 9 + 7 t. Ex; cstr. 'JfSp 35 17 + 4 t. Ex, Nu 3 26 4 26 .— 1 K 6 Mb read D'jftf t II. Pip vb. carve ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. 'p : c. 2 ace, carve walls with, 1 K6"; c. ace. cogn. + ?5? v 32 ; c. ace. of thing carved v 35 . tny'ppn n.f. carving;— cstr. 'o 1 K 6 18 ; pi. abs. mybpa 7 31 ; cstr. niy^pt? (after V^P) 6 s9 - 32 . p^p v. &p. tpffi^p doubtful word, in phrase 'p ttyfo. 1 S 1 3 21 (poss. would be fine point, cf. Aram. E^p be thin, hence 'p 'e> tridens, E.V. /or£s, but against anal., v. esp. Dr). n^p v. Dip. T7NTCp n.pr.m. Kapovtjk: 1. sonofNahor Gn22 21 . 2. Ephraimite Nu 34 24 . 3. Levite

Ch 27" (B 2anovr), A Ka/*., ®L top.). 

pnp v. mp. FTQp (-/of foil.; As. kamil, perh. crush, grind; kemu ( = kemu"l), flour; NH = BH, so $ NTOp, Syr. JLstei; Vulg. Ar. 'Jj> wheat; Eth. 4>7 v (hi produce, fruit, vegetables; cf. Egypt, kamah, Bondi 77 , kmh, a kind of bread, Erman 2 " 011 ' 1 * 92 '- 120 ). Tn^p n. [m.] flour, meal; — abs. 'p 1 S I « +) npp T Is47 2 ; cs t r - n ^ Nu 5 15 ;— Ju6 19 (material for unleavened cakes), 1 S I 24 28 24 2 K 4 41 ; defined by n^b (q.v.) Gn 18 6 , disting. fr. n^'D 1 K 5 2 ; of barley (Dny'f) Nu 5 15 (P), but

S i7 28 + Dtpn, trffy, ^p ; + other articles of