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rronn !)2!) nsmn asprecLof ^92° cf. io 5 ; as adv. (i.e. in heaven) Is 33 6 ; '!& towards heavenls 38 14 40 26 , 37°= 2 K 1 9"; 'BD in fig. ^73 8 they speak (as if) from the sky, from heaven (i.e. so arrogantly). 3. 'D adv. fig.,= proudly ^ 56 3 (so Gei Hup-Now al., cf. Che, but dub.), Bae in high station ; Du reads Di ,- ip (Di" to v 4 ; as dittogrJ). 4. fig. of nobles (coll.) n? n " D S? Dl ""? Ia2 4*- ntS^in n.f. contribution, offering, for t : sacred uses (not certain before Dt.; chiefly EzP and late) (prop, something lifted off, serrated); — abs.'n Ez 4 5 ,3 + ; cstr. npnn Ex 30" + ; sf. 'nenn 25 s , D?np- Nuj.8 27 , Drip- Ex 29 28 ; pi. niann Na 12" Pr 29 4 , rib- 2 S i 21 Nu 18 19 ; sf. TrtWOT v 8 , etc.; — 1. earliest use: contrib. of products of soil for * D3T TipVin Dt 12 6 ", cf. v" ; also Ez 20 40 Nu 1 s 19 '^ 21 . 2. contrib. for prince, in Ezekiel's scheme : Ez 45 1316 3. tract of land to be set apart for temple, and for use of priests and Levites, in Ezek.'s scheme : Ez 45' 4 8 8 - 9 ' 20 *- 21b ; called B^ T) 45^' 4 8' 018 - i8.20b.2u.2ic. D'ShP BHp n? 1 ? ' n v ' 2 - *• contrib. to set apart for priests, Ez 44 s0 Lv 2 2 12 Nu 5" l8 8.n.i9 2 Ch3i 1012u ; specif.: a. of cakes and cereals Lv 7 14 Ne io 38 - 40 (also for Levites), 12 44 (id.), 13 5 ; cf. niOlin nb* 2 S i 21 , i.e. (si vera 1.) fields yielding sacred imposts, but very dub.; ®L "opt, Bavdrov, cf.We; jppet^ 1 " 11 * 1893 '" prop. nip (nn) % 'n as gloss ; HPS nipn ninf> ; > sta niOIJ) "Hfe^ ; v. also Dr. b. of animal sacrif., the thigh, 'nn pit? Ex 29* Lv 7 M io 1415 Nu 6 20 . c. priests' share of Levites' tithe, Nu 1 s 2627 - 28 - 28 - 29 . d. of booty Nu 3I 29 - 41 - 62 . e. tithe for Levites 18 24 . 5. materials for tabern., sacred gar- ments, etc., Ex25 2 - 23 3fi **M-** 3 6 3 - 6 ; for temple Ezr 8 25 . 6. half-shekel for maintaining service of sanctuary Ex 3o 13U -". 7. late, contribution, in gen., ntalljl B>'K Pr 29 4 a man of contributions, i.e. demanding them, = man of exactions. — 'fl Is4O 20 of idol-image(sivera 1.), so still Di-Kit ; rd. perh. nJIOT © (6poi<opa v 19 ) Du ; other conj. in Che Hpt , v. also III. [???].— Vbs.c.'nare:D , inEz45 1 +i4t.,K , 3nDti2 6 +

1., ?n? Ez 44 30 +9 t., np^ Ex 25"+ 4 1., nnpn 

Lv 7 14 Nu 5 9 .— Vid. Dr Dt 12 ' 6 ; Hut - DB '"• M ». t HW^n n.f. denom. what belongs to t • : a contribution, attendant or secondary con- tribution, subdivision (on form. v. Ko" 1 * 204 ; strictly adj. (used as subst.), Ges !86h );— 'n }nNn npVVip Ez 48 12 , of strip of land for priests in Ezekiel's scheme (but rd. prob. flDVifl). f [p"1] vb. overcome (cf. Ar. 'jCj (J), c. Jlc or i^j pers., overcome, e. g. of wine) ; — assumed in Heb. by Thes (after ®) and most mod. to explain Hithpo . Pt. |*g tfHfr "tajf yjf 78 s6 like a hero overcome by mine (cf. || v a ); AVRVDeChe al. shout (Vp-), cf. X; so Hup-Now, with altera, conj. "niynp, and this sense more suitable (cf. Luzzatto IIP ' nt *«" ,C0 " 1 <1874)l M»(L,n.7) p er le 8 7')._Pr 29" v. pi, fn. t [JH"1] ▼*»■ Hiph. 40 1. raise a Bhout. 2. give ablast with clarion or horn (NHtd.,Hiph.; Thes cp. Ar. &. utter a grumbling cry) ; — Pf. 3 mpLWH! Ju 1 5 14 Ezr 3", 1JD.n 1 S 17 20 , etc.; Impf. 3 ms. "fT! Is 42 13 ^4 1 12 , JD>1 Jos 6 20 , etc.; Imv. fs. Tin ZC9 9 ; mpl. Win Jose'o+J Inf. cstr. Y7} 2 Ch i 3 12is ; Pt. pi. DWip Ezr 3 13 ;— . shout a war-cry, or alarm of battle, Jos 6 10 ' .10.16.20 J u ? S1 , g j 7 « J g42 13 2 Ch , 3 1».15. jp-,., nynn j os 6"°; ntnp 1 ? Ju 15"; nonbiaa 1 S 1 7 20 . . sound a signal for war or march : c nilXXn Nu io 7 -' (P) ; || "rate Vpn Ho 5 8 , cf. Jo 2 1 ; c' bp against 2 Chi3 12 ; so also prob. Jb 30 5 (against a thief). 3. «/iom£ in triumph over enemies: c. Vy, Je 50 16 V' 4 1 12 ; abs. Zp 3" (|| pi). 4. s/tow< in applause : abs. 1 S io 24 Zc 9", cf. (of angels) Jb 3 8'. 5. shout with religious impulse : nyrin in 1 S 4* Ezr 3 1113 ; so in public worship with music and sacrifice, c. ?, to God jr 47 s 66 l 8 1 2 95 12 98 4 ioo 1 , VQ 1 ? 98 s ; 'in joy, H$ rriVUW Is 44 23 (|| DTOB' ti"l). 6. cry out in distress, Is 1 5 4 (but Du Bu VV tremble) ; jj W"!? n ?^ Mi 4 9 (of Zion under fig. of woman, but perh. read JD ^VtH ilD? w/ty art thou broken all to pieces ? as Pr 1 1 ls ). Fo'lal. /mp/. 3 ms. impers. Vip] tO Is 16 10 a shout sluill not be uttered (of joy in harvest ; || ]$}*.)■ Hithpo'l. Impf 1 e. VJjiinX V 108 10 ; 3 mpl. **^VP 65 14 ; Imv. fs. ^P" 11 ?^ °° 10 > — *• s^°m< •» triumph: c. ^>JJ f 60 10 (subj. Phil.; iron.) || 108 10 (subj. '"). 2. shout for joy, ^65 14 (meadows, valleys; ||">' I B'). fi. V"^ n.verb. shouting, roar, but dub.; — njrja DV n P Ex 3 2 ' 7 (E) *(WM«£ o/<A« ^eo/^e as they shouted (read Inf. cstr. njTja for iV'inajcf. V'S); ip. V?V "' , ?- Jb 36 s3 «A^ roar thereof telleth of him (<iD$H his thunder, so Bu): np? ID. 'V , "' ) ? Mi 4 9 w/ty criest thou out with a crying? i.e. so loudly (but v. V'S). — n. in. JD v. ny. T nyTIJ 7 ! n.f. shout or blast of war, alarm, or joy; — "n Lv 23 s4 -!-; cstr. nprin Je4 19 + ; —