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n^yp ttStntJ I w iU twinkle and(=I will in a moment, Ges' 120 *; cf. Hi) chase them away ' from it, Je 49 19 =50 44 . (Ba' " as suhst. = y3T, of the very rare type 'aqill; n- as Ges' 90 '.) tj^l n.m. a moment (NH id.; X Kj?n Ec9 12 : prob. properly a movement, i.e. twink- ling, of the eye ; cf. momentum, i. e. movimen- tum);— abs. '">, PJJ Nu i6 2I + , pi. D'yri;— a. j, 30 6 1BK3 ^ a moment (passes) in his anger (opp. UWU D«n); Is 54 7 jbjj "13 during o Zi'ttfe moment, b. usu. in adv. phrases : — (a) as adv. ace, (a) Ex 33 s inx "1 /or one moment, so '"I alone Is 54 s ; repeated Je 18 79 Van , . . yjT a < one moment . . . at another moment; (/3) in a moment, suddenly, ^ 6 n WJ WSJ OW^J, Je 4 20 IS47 9 Jb34 M . (6) VT& in a moment Jb2i 13 inn' PiSB* '131 (of a quick and painless death ; but see 34™ ^ 73 19 : Hoffm Buhl Beer Bu Du [cf. ® iv avanai™, X *$fJ2S] take Vf). (or rd. y-l"!) as subst. [a/II. V'i)] in tranquillity, of a peaceful death). So (c) ^| Nui6 21 =i7 10 yjns Dam n^aw, ^73". (d)'-i tef La 4". (e) y?]J *3| while a moment lasts Jb 20 5 . (/) ■""> Byt33 Zi'^e the littleness of a moment = for a little moment Is 26 20 Ezr 9". (</) pi. Cyj")^ 02/ moments, at every moment, Is 27 s Ez 26 16 6 nnm (so 32 10 ), Jb 7 l9 (|| D^^fj). •f II. J7 J I vb. be at rest, repose (prob.= Ar. ii, return, prop, return to rest, after wan- derings, etc.) ; — Niph. Imv. 2 fs. Je 47 s (of sword) be gathered into thy scabbard, 'JBjn

  • B'"H repose, and be still. Hiph. a. trans, give

rest to; — Inf.cstr. Je3i 2 iya"]ni) rbr I w iH g0 to give him (Isr.) rest, 50 34 fWfrm VTfi ]$& (on % v. Ges^'Dr ' 7 ' 24 ; read prob. 'B); Is 51 4 H"?8 D'W nwi> 'DBBtol usu . I will came my judgment (religion) to repose as, etc. (i. e. I will establish it; cf. D'E' 42*); but metaph. strange : hence Bachm Che Marti (joining to V s ) 'i?-!? (< 3-|£K 4 6 13 ) 3np« y/jnx fa a moment (I. V5T Hiph.) will I bring near, etc., Du y^-in 31.5, Oort Ry Kit Jig JWTa (cf. © iyyifa ra X i). b. intrans. rest, repose, Dt 28 s5 xi> Dnn D'lm FTP, Is 34" n7»J> ny/nn db>. So Ecclus 36 31 . tyJTl adj. restful, quiet, ^ 35 20 -"yr] bjf) |tt'BTP nione nyi p^, f the peaceful wor- shippers of tyiann n.[m.] rest (poet.), Je 6 16 WXOi nae'Dib 'b. tnyil"1Q n.f. rest, repose (poet.), Is 28 12 yiDE> n«k k^ 'on ntff -iok -is* (|| nrtuen). fill. ^J1 vb. harden (Eth. dVOi coagu- late, congeal : poss. a special development of Vi^j,.ll/-);—Jbf dkbji nty yan m y skin hardens, and (then) runs again (II. DKD), of the ulcers in elephantiasis. rflfj l] vb. be in tumult or commotion (Ar. ^JLLj make a vehement noise; BAiam. Aram. &f), *^i be disturbed, in tumult (X Ithp. often for HDH, a s f 46 s , flKB* laif 1 '-, Ua.cl^* for f^On ibid.); but Syr. usu. perceive, soNH Hiph., but Hithp. J all Mormily upon); — Qal Pf. 3 pi. f 2 1 1C3T why do the nations throng tumultuously 1 t[t±n] n.[m.] throng;— B>ri3 'I.Wu ^55'* used to walk t'n the throng (cf. jiDH 42 s , also to Bffot rva). t [ilttfin] n.f. throng;— cstr. fit* i>$[3 TVT ^64 3 ; so (of worshippers, cf. Cn) 68 OT , reading DnK/JI for B09p, Hup Pe Bi Che Bae Dr. t [ I J l] vb. beat out, fig. beat down, subdue (NH Pi. stamp or 6ea< o?otwi, make flat, spread out; X "H") beat out; cf. prob. Ar. j" repeZ, re/'ec< (No* 75 ); As. radddu is pursue (rare)); — Qal, fig., beat down : Inf. cstr. B*l V:d!> T^ IS45 1 ; JPt.acfnnn ^ey niiin ^1 44 s ;— 'so also Impf. Tl} Is 41 s ace. Ew al. (for MT TT, v . I. rm Hiph.).— Ju 1 9 11 rd. TV . Hiph! lit. beat out : Impf. 3 ms. anjrrnK . . . D'JWT^J *n»i 1 K 6 32 and beat out the gold upon the cherubim (covered them with beaten gold). T L~^ > ~T~1 J n - [ m> ] wide wrapper, or large veil (X J " KT-11 (esp. for Heb. fjpf); Syr. )^?» , appar. veil; Ar. 'Tl, is tvrapper);— sf. 'Tin Ct 5'; pi. BTPTJI Iss^^in list of women's finery). I *fy n.pr.m. fifth son of Jesse, ace. to I Ch 2 M ; ZaSSai, A Pab8at, ®L PeSai. fl- [Mil] vb. have dominion, rule, dominate (NH PTfl, J J ™ U"ln, chastise; Ar. i^j^ irearf, trample; Syr. )j» chastise, also (and so Ab. rnc/d) ^o, /ow); — Qal P/ 3 pi. consec. rri) IS14 2 Lv26' ; ; 2 mpl. Bn»TJ Ez 34 4 ; Impf. 3 ms. sf. "TV Lv 25 s3 , HfTp L a i 13 , juss. "JV Nu 24 19 f 7 2"; 2 ms. r»ym Lv 2 s 43 ' ,6 , etc. ; Imv.