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an«  i Ch 3 s , i Ch 2 M 3" 8 2 12 10 23" 2 4 ,M 25" 26" •" 2f" Ezr io M i)n 1 I 2 ; sc. tfjh Ez i 1 Zc 8"; pi. in D'Sp)?"] V. 3 sons of fourth (ones), i. e. to the fourth generation, 2K10* 15 12 (cf. [V-H], and [OAram. Nerab] 5*31 >J3 Cook 107 ). 2. f. of years, 1 K 6 187 2 K 18 9 Je 25 1 28 1 36 1 45 1 46 s 5 i M Zc 6* Lv io M (H); rvjn-i riNO i K 6 s3 , rd. fliya-i nfro ® $ Th Sta Kmp Kit Benz Bur. . ri'V'af Ez 48™ four square (rd. poss. Wan). . ri(')V( ; )ai as n. = fourth part, cstr., [Wl *l Lv 23" (H),' Ex 29 40 Nu 15" a8 MJ «; tf»n *i Ne 9 3 '; so abs. (Di'n m.) v sb . I [^3^] adj. pertaining to the fourth (in a series);— pi. in phr. D^T^l D'e^E^y, i. e. those belonging to the 3rd and 4th generations, Ex 20 3 (E) = Dt 5 9 , Ex 34 17 (J), Nui 4 18 (JE), cf. 1 supr. fll. [^^"1] vb. lie stretched out, lie down (Aram, form of J* 3 "} (q.v.); NH y3"i usu. of copulation, chiefly unnatural ; yet cf. also Sab. V31 abide, encamp, settle, DrlM 2 " """ 876 '- M3 > Ar. *j ' abide, dwelt) — Qal only Inf. : sf. 'JOT ^i39 1 my lying down (for repose, opp. 'ITIK); elsewh. (H) for copulation (woman with beast) KTX8. njn-6 Lv 2o' 6 , but read Sfl* (sf. of beast) Dr-Wh Ko 8rn,M6 ', cf. Bae Berthol (and Dr" B ' M ); Wa-li) 1 8 s3 , rd. nyanb (compl. om.; v. id). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. TTP *& Ti"?? 3 D^Xp3 Lv 19 19 (H) thy cattle thou shalt not cause to (let) lie down (i.e. breed) in two kinds. < f 11. 5D^] n.m. a king of Midian NU31 8 J0SI3 21 ; Po&ok, Po/3f(ie). t Y J I vb. stretch oneself out, lie down, lie stretched out (NB. = BH ; As. rabdsu, lie, dwell; rubsu (in word-lists), stall, also womb (cf. II. vai supr.); Ar. ^J£ lie down on the breast, stretch oneself out, ^iJ.l^., Sab. |V31D CIS"'~*»; ZVan lie stretched out, Syr.xo*, ChrPal no>» recline at meals, Schwally"' ' 87 ); — Qal Pf. 3 ros.'n Gn 49', 3 fs. consec. nsani Dt 29". n *T! Ez 19 2 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. }•£")♦ Is 1 1 6 27 10 ; 3 fs. pa-WI NU22 27 ; 3 mpl. « 3 "!! n 7 , wav , 4 » j«3t Zp 2 7 V.104 22 ; 3 fpl.'njsa-in Ez 34"; Pt. Y71 Ex 23 6 + 3 t. ; f. nsai Gn 49 25 + 2t.; mpl. D'SSi 29 2 ; — lie down, lie: of domestic animals, ass Ex 23 s (E; under heavy burden), Nu 22 s7 (Je; in obstructed path), Gn 49 M (at ease ; poet., in sim.); sheep, in repose, 2 9 2 (J), Isi 7 2 Z P 2 14 ; fig. of people Ez 3 4 14 ; calf, in repose IS27 10 ; of wild beasts, lion, in lair, Gn 49 s (poem in J ; fig.), // i04 22 ; = make lair, abode Ez I9 2 (fig.), so of D«2f I s 13 21 , PQ Ez 29' (fig.); leopard (with kid) Is 1 1 6 , cf. v 7 ; =brood, of mother-bird Dt22 6 (D'niSKrrby); of man, in repose Is 1 4 30 Jb 1 1 '*, cf. Zp 2' 3 13 (fig. of flock perhaps impl., cf. Ez 34" supr.); of the deep, nnn njni Gn 49 25 Dt 33 13 ; fig. of curse Dt 29 19 (3 pers.); of sin, fifi riNlsn nnsb Gn 4' at the door sin makes its lair. Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. sf. , ?S , 3T + 23 s , 2 ms. T 3 "!? Ct I 7 , etc.; Pt. J*" 3 "!? Is 54 11 , pi. &WP Je33 12 ;— cause to lie down, or lie, ace. of flock (for repose) Je 33 12 , also (fig.) V' 2 3 2 Ez 34 15 ; ace. of flock om. Is 13 10 Ct i 7 ; of laying stones Is 54 11 .

yil"1 n. [m.] (place of) lying down, rest- 

ing- or dwelling-place; — cstr. "*ij 3 I Is 65 10 (|| |NS TO); sf. 3X3-1 D-3JT1 TO3 35 7 (cf. Ges iu5m , but Du ns:n, sc' flock); DXin Je 5 o 6 (people as sheep) ; of'man, to] Pr 24 15 (|| p^X ny). t yaiO n. [m.] id. ;— of wild beasts, rt>t$ '» Zp 2 15 (sign of desolation, || HEB*); of flock, cstr. fXS-J'3-ip Ez 25 s (|| D"k? ™). pH I ( V of following ; cf. Ar. jpT tie fast; X Kgan stall). TpSIQ n.[m.] stall (lit. tying -place); — 'D ^pHO bvjy Am 6 4 calves out of the stall (where they were fattened); trhty 1 S28 24 i.e. a stall- fed, fatted, calf; so V $JJt| Mai 3 20 (sim. of prosperity), Je 46*' (sim. of well-fed and arro- gant mercenaries). npl"! n. pr. f. Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel and wife of Isaac, Gn 22 s3 24 I5 + 24 t. 24, 25, 26, 27; 28 5 29 12 35 9 49 31 ;— © Pfj3«Ka. nptt$"3"l v. 11. 31 sub 331 . JJ I (/of following). t [I3l] n.m. clod of earth;— pi. 1p 3> V D^TJ Jb 38 M c/orfs are joined togetlter; cstr. ?H3 ^J*} 2 1 33 c7oc?s o/(the) wady. T2il^N n.m. heap, mound (prob.) ; — so read 1 S 20 19 (for J3K), v" (for 333), © {apyafi, W a/3), Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS. TmnfSt n.pr. 1. loc. (heap, or region of clods; ' glebe' GASm ™);— always 'N inn Dt 3 4 -" 1 K 4", 'NH 'n Dt 3 13 , =measured region of Argob; some well-defined district of Bashan (appar. identif. with חזת יאיר Dt 3 14 [where ח' י'