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these + 2nt 2 8 5 - 6 - 815 39*"*; om. "O tip 28=° 39 1 also of temple-hangings, with ni?2fl, p3 & ^D"13 2CI13 14 cf. 2 13 (v. also 2 6 v. sub'fjnK). b. as iiidicatingwealth& luxury of Tyre, c. tip, HC?"!, riffl Ez 2?; c. HDP1 & fa v 16 (as articles'of commerce); also in Persia, c. p 3 Est i 6 . 2. purple cloth, chiefly of garments, 'N 1iM Nu 4 13 Ju 8 s6 ; 'Nl pa !|«T3rn Est 8 15 , Hftajl 1(] B# Pr 3I *> ; db«q!5 t(| niri Je io 9 ; 'also 'K i33lD Ct 3 10 ; in simile, of woman's hair Ct f. "N"|M n.pr.m. Gn 46 21 son of Benjamin, but Nu2o 40 #ra«dson of Benjamin = TJU 1 Gh8 3 . T*? adj. gent. c. art. as n.pr.coll., "RftJ '^Po Nu 26 40 . +THN n.pr.m. son of Gad Nu 26 17 =HViK Gn 4 6 16 . ' T^lVlM adj. gent. c. art. as n.pr.coll., 'BfQ 'NnNu26 1 '; without art.asn.pr.=irt< Gn46 16 . mTPM n.pr.m. son of Caleb, of tribe of Judah I 'Ch2 18 . riN 71 work of the weaver 'k n'tyyo Ex 28 32 39 s2 - 27 cf. 35 M ; weavers' beam (pi.) 'K ifao 1 S 1 f 2 S 2 1 ,9 1 Ch 1 1 23 20 5 (sim. of huge spear-shaft)— cf. also sub BVnK ^m t;PSl n.[m.] loom (v. GFM P0S 0ct - ,m ) ™ Ju 16 14 hand-loom to which Samson's hair was fastened, plucked up by him ('« obj. of »K1 ; del in;n as gloss, cf. GFM supr.); Jb f

  • 3B W "E *OJ my days are swifter than a loom.

Srj« v. an. H-JM v. m t]l3-)^ n.[m.] purple (of Aram, form, cf. Heb. infr. ; perh. txt. err.) =purple thread

Ch 2" (+rtarn b"a-a), c f. 2 13 3" sub jon«. 

'l^-HM »•[•»■] purple, red-purple, i.e. purple thread & cloth (As. argamannu COT Ex2,5 4 , Ar. yU£J1, Aram. JJo^j/', cf. fJ?"iK supr.; etym. dub.; possibly Skr. rdgaman, adj. red, reddish, fr. rdg'a, red colour, so Benary cf. Thes Add 111 EobGes; vid. MV; Thes earlier, fr. DJT ; but prob. loan-word, cf. also Lag BN20S ; Pers. #{£] is also cited by PS)— form alw. as above — 1. purjrte thread, cf. esp. Ex 35 s5 39 3 Est i 6 ; a. mostly Ex (P) with ref. to the hangings of tabernacle, the ephod, etc.; seld. alone; c. rpari, violet (q.v.), ^ti ny^in, (3TEfo) tip, (also Dnyj Ex 25 4 26"** 27" 35 821 "* .35.37 38 18. 23 3^4 (on tex< . y Di) y29 . w . th nnrjH n.pr.loc. city of Phenicia (As. Aruada, etc. v. COT Gn io 18 D1 F »*»; 'A^io.; mod. Rudd) on an island near main land, northward fr. Tripolis, mentioned with Sidon Ez 27" 0111 . '"Hi"!*? adj.gent. c. art. as n.coll. (As. Arudai, etc. COT 010 ") mentioned among Ca- naanites, ^nKn Gn io 18 =i Ch 1". •TTIS n.pr.m. a son of Haman Est 9* (Pers., perh.=haridayas, delight of Hart, v. Add Thes 72 ; but text very uncertain; cf. diff. tradition as to the names in ©).

  • Mr*n^j n.pr.m. a son of Haman Est9 8

(Pers., perh. = Hari-ddta, given by Hart, v. t'6., but © GapaSaBay

1. DTI*?] vb - Pluck, gather (Eth. hilii) 

— Qal Pf 1 s. W"!« Ct 5 1 ; 3 pi. sf. rsrm + go 13 pluck (grapes from) vine jr 8o l:! , myrrh Ct 5 1 . tnn n.m. Pr2815 lion (As. aria, Eth. ACT: wild beast, cf. also n^H infr.) — >- lK Am 3 12 +

1.+2 s 23 20 Qr (kt mm), La'3 10 (id.)+ 

f 22 17 P«3 for wh. rd. nMSsttg c f. De Pe Che crit. note); pi. &*% 1 K ro 20 ; rrintjt (also m.)Zp 3 3 + i6t.(f. Je5i 38 ? butcf. JU14 6 );— lion, lit. in narrative Ju 1 4 s 1 S 1 <J HMK 2S23 20 =iChn 22 2 K 17 2526 Pr 22 13 26 13 Ct 4 s cf. Am 3 12 5"; lion-images 1 K 7 29 - 29 - 36 io 19 - 20 =2 Ch 9 1819 ; in comparison Nu 23 s4 24' Ju 14 18 Is 38 13 Je 51 s8 2 S i 23 Ez 22 s La 3 10 ; metaph. Na 2 12 Zp 3 3 Je 50 17 Ez 19" Pr 28 15 . Fomto f 22 17 rd. PtO, cf. above. Cf. also 'THS. tpTHM] n.f. manger, crib (Aram. N^IN, liZ}, Ar. ^J stall, etc., As. urd Dl BA8, '»j— PI. fli-lK 2 Cb.32 28 (Aram, form for n'nti; c f. Lag"" 173 ); cstr. ntix 1X5', ninx 2^9*; — cro'6 of horses 1X5" (app. in enumeration of horses themselves, Eng. head, or span, cf. also 2CI19 25 with 1 K io M ; so Th MV, but txt. here dub. cf. Klo), hence 2 Ch 9 s ; of any animals (nona^a) 2 Ch 32 s8 (on 'N^ v. Add.). tiT-lN n.m. Am3 - 8 lion (X id. Syr. W, cf. also *1K supr.) — only sg. as above Am 3 4 + 44 1. + 2 S 23 20 Kt (Qr ns) La 3 10 (id.) ;— lion, lit. in narrative Ju I4 8 - 8 2 S 23 20 iK 1 3 s4 - 2426 ■» M (c. D ,- 10V txt. err. ace. to Klo) 28 20 3636 cf. Is 1 1 7 35" 65 s5 ; in simile Gn 49 s 2 S 17 10 + f 10' 17" 22 14 Is2i 8 31 4 J6 2 30 12 8 49" 50 44 La 3 10 (Kt) Ezr 10 io 14 1 Ch 12 8 Ho 11 10 Jo i 6 Hi 5 7 , cf. Am 3 48 Ec 9 4 ; metaph. Gn 49' Dt 33 s2 Jb 4"*

  • 22 s2 Is 1 5 9 Je4 7 5 6 Na2 1212 ' 3 .