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Tn^N n.pr.m. soappar. 2 K 1 5 a an officer of Pekahiah, but c. art. ^."l^n, & on text with possible corruption & dittography v. Klo. ^ ,N"Ht«l 1. n.pr.f. (prob., v. Ew) Ariel (lioness of Ei) name applied to Jerusalem Is m«  Q 1 -"- 7 (so Ges Ew Che Di al.; X De Brd Or al. say hearth of El, cf. ^XIX). 2. n.pr.m. a chief man among returning exiles Ezr 8 16 . 3. 3XiO SufHS 2 s 23 20 =' D V"!S 1 Ch 1 I st taken by ® EV Dr 8 ™ al. as n.pr.m., id. two sons of Ariel of Moab; RS 8 """ 1 - 469 comp. btOtt MI 12 , altar-liearth (so Sm & So, and Dr Sm,cl , v. sub t*1FH9 and transl. 3XiO 'X altar-hearths of Moab. 4. Ez 4 3 15 & Q r v "' 16 vid. sub ^X'nx. ' ?N"1N n.pr.m. (app. n.gent. from fore- going, but © Nu 26" 'ApirjK (Gn 46 16 'Apor)fts, 'AporjSis, 'A.irt)&(is)= foregoing) a son of Gad Gn 46 16 Nu 26 17 ; also adj.gent. c. art. as n.pr. coll. Nu 26 17 ^x-xn nnap*tp ® 'a P uj,i. T[7N"1N] n.[m.] (form & meaning dub. v. infr.) — onlyin D^?")? Is 33 7 .' GesE)i>XnX heroes; cf. ThesKnChe; Hi BJTJijs cf. De, who der. from /N'l^i lit. = lion of God, coll. c.sf.,& transl. their heroes; n.gent. fr. -W'lX = Zion Nbr Ate. is*, p. ,00 cf _ g ay ib. 466 . Ew ^ _ ^ <reTO . Zm<7, cf. Di. Brd prop. !7<7V1 'cry pitifully.' <3 S al. rd. some form of .1X1, ® X"P. "Wholly uncertain. II. HIN (burn, cf. Ar. ^|, whence i~. hearth; Ew* 163 ' al. v. infr.) t^frON n.[m.] hearth, altar-hearth (© 'A W X; fr. mx with b aff. ace. to Ew* 163 * 0 im Sm Ez43 15 Di Is 29 1 al.; but this formation very rare & here dub.; X Hi De Brd Or Is 29 1 der. fr. ^>X + nx = hearth of El, v. also RS s™. '■**, who thinks of pillar-altars; cf. nin ^>X"lX MI" v. Sm & So, and Dr Sm,c1 )— ^xnx Kt Ez 43 .5.,.. (Qr^nK) ; = ^-iri v ls (Vr 8 s Co fena), all c. art., — of altar-hearth in Ezekiel's temple. T[i"R2VW] n.pr.loc. home of Abimelek (ThesAdd sub mx) Ju 9 41 nonxa , prob. = non 2 K 2 3* cf. Jer Lag o^" 1 *"- »«• ** ■* ■» It must have lain near Shechem; identified by MV al. with El 'Ormah, 2 hours SE. from Shechem (van de Velde * 1 """ 268 ), but this place not otherwise known; cf. Survey" -3 * 7 . Tnj'I^N n.pr.m. Araunah, a Jebusite — 'X 2 S 2 4 20 - 20S1Z! - 23 (but rd. ^'IX TJJJ c f. We Dr) v 23 - 24 ; Kt ro-vixn fja v 16 (Qr njnxn) c . art. but cf. Dr; Kt (Wrt* 'i v 18 (Qr njHX); = IJ1X (q.v.) 1 Ch 2i" f ; ® in S & Ch 'Op™.' T")K (cf- Ar. ^1 be firm, also witlidraw, retreat). tnst n.m. K ' 17 ' *» cedar;— f. Ez 1 7 s2 HBirt 'X, but del. HD-lil © Co; — (Ar. '-° pine-tree, etc.; Eth. ftCH: Syr. )W)— 'x abs. Lv i 4 4 + 19 t., TiX Jb 4 o 17 + 6t.; pi. D'HS Is 9 »+35t.; cstr. ife Is2 ,3 -|-5t.; sf. ym Jez2" Zc 11'; vnx Is 3 f A = 2 K 1 9 s3 ; — 1. cedar-tree, (a) as growing Nu 2 4 6 ^ 148 9 Is 41 19 44" cf. Ez 31 8 ; esp. as growing on Lebanon 1 K 5"; 2 K 14 9 = 2 Ch 25 ,8 (both in fable of Jehoash); oft. !«3^>(ri) T)X Ju 9 1S Is 2 13 14 8 ^ 29" (fig.) 104 16 , cf. 1 K "5 20 2 K i 9 »=I 8 37 24 f 92 13 Ct 5 15 Ez 27 s (sg. coll.) Zc n« (fig.); Ct i 17 Ezr 3 7 Je 2 2 23 (fig.) Ez I 7 3 (%-); W es P- in s i m -. OI outward power, stateliness & majesty ^80" (i>K 'X) cf. Ez 31 3 (personif., but v. Co on text), Am 2 9 ; of indi- viduals Je 22 7 ^92" Ez 17 2223 ; cf. other exx. of fig. use, supr.; sim. of straightness & strength Jb 40 17 (tail of hippopotamus). 2. cedar- timber, cedar-wood for building, DTlX 'SJJ 1 S 5 11 iK 5 2224 6 1 »9 11 iChi4'22 4 - 4 2Ch : 2 7 Ezr 3 7 ; without YV 2 S 7" 1 K 6 9 - 15 ' 1618 - 18 - 20 - 36 72.2.^.7.11.12 io 27 1 Ch 17 16 2 Ch i 15 2 3 9 27 & Ct 8 9 Is 9 9 Je 22 1416 (cf. also Is44 14 1K5 20 EZ27 6 Ezr 3 7 supr.) 3. cedar-wood used in purifications, c. fl? Lv i 4 4 «««" Nu 19 6 (all P). TiTT'lM n.f.coll. cedar-panels, cedar- work Zp 2 14 . I [rHN] adj. firm, strong (cf. Ar.JJl supr.) DT1KEZ2 7 24 . trnft n.pr.loc. Meroz, in northern Pales- o tine JU5 23 (expl. as = li"lXD • U, retreat by Thes MV al.) TrPN vb. wander, journey, go (Ph. mx in IT1XD, prob. = rn.Kt? cf. Eth. aoCdt: lead, conduct,?. N6 ZM018 » 472 '; epithet of god Eshmun, Sab. fhx DHM Epl8T - De ° kra - "• 70 , Aram. ni.ix, J.tf' traveller) — Qal Pf rnw consec. Jb 34 s ; Pt. niX Jui9 17 + ; pi. OVVlk Je9'; — 1. journey, go, c. Q? fig. of association, companionship Jb

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(cf. also "pn jr 1 '). 2. P^. wandering, wayfar- ing, journeying, D"?.Ki? B"xn JU19 17 ; as subst. wanderer, wayfarer, traveller D"iX 2 S 1 2 4 (|| ^j), Je 1 4 8 (|| "13, in sim. of '<) ; D"n-]X p^O wayfarers' lodging-place Je 9 1 .