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t[ip.«] adj. long— only cstr. Tins Ex 34 s + 14 t.— - T3NH 'K long of pinion Ez 1 7 s (|| Mlf D?B33n) of eagle, in metaph. ; elsewhere always of feelings, as subst. Ec 7 8 O^" 1 '" the patient of spirit (opp. *"' i 51 ??); D^BK 'K ojw s/om> to anger Pr 1 4 M (opp. nm'xp),so 1 5 ,8 (opp. non t^s), 1 6 32 (|| inns teo) ; m0 re oft. of ' d?bk % Ex 34 6 now "ibn-ani d?bk 'k pam Dim c f. Nu 14 18 Ne 9 ' 7 Vr86" io 3 8 145 8 ; so+nyinHTf orm j 2 13 cf. Jon 4 a (where *?K), nb !>n?1 D?BK N Nai s ; ^JBK Tqxb only Je 1 5 15 , 'N appar. noun; rd. Ifjfc 1 cf. Pr 25". t t" 5 !^] •fl- long— only fs. abs. ITST!*;— *. of time, 'N 'TonpO long war 2 S 3 1 ; of the exile Je 20 28 ; b. fig." of God's wisdom nTO ffXQ 'tt Jbn 9 (||Dr?on3rn : ). THD^nN n.f. healing of a wound, restora- tion (properly the new flesh that grows at the wounded spot, Ar. S&J; Fi ,Ph ""- "", so Fl De on Is 58"; v. also Di)— 'k 2 Ch 24" Ne4 ] ; TBTg Je 3 o 17 33 6 ; cstr. rDTO JeS 22 ; ^npnt* Is 58 s ; — alwaysfig. a. healing, restorationof Israel Is 58 s , here c. vb. nps, elsewhere c. '"yj?; J e 8 s2 (|| KB-J), c. rhv Hiph., subj. 30" 33 6 (|| id.) b. restoration of walls of temple 2 Ch 24 13 , of walls of Jerusalem (cf. Fi supr.) Ne 4 1 (both c. nby). t"ipN n.pr.loc. city in Babylonia (Bab. Uruk v. Dl infr.) on left bank of Euphrates, c. 40 miles NW. fr. Ur O**) toward Babylon; mod. Warka; cf. LofW* 16 " DI 1 * 2211 - "HSIN adj.gent. (deriv. unknown) applied to W '2 S 1 5 s2 16 16 17 514 1 Ch 27 s3 ; with art. =n. coll. 'Nn Wli Jos 16 2 (not far fr. Bethel). m^ n.pr.m. Aram (As. Aramu, etc., v. D1 P,2OT ; Thes al. prop. VD1N= DP but cf. No as below)— 1 . 5th son of Shem Gn 1 o 2223 1 Ch 1 ". 2. grandson of Nahor Gn 22 2 '. 3. 1 Ch 2 23 . 4. a descendant of Asher 1 Ch 7 s4 . — Elsewhere only of Aramaean people & land (=1 supr.), f.»s«> m . 2 ««>". a . people, sg. coll. = </<« Ara- maeans, a leading branch of the Shemitic stock inhabiting Mesopotamia & northern Syria, in many tribes & settlements ; 2 S 8 6 " + 1 K 2 o 2021 + 1 Ch 1 a 1012 + (64 1. S K Ch) Am 9/ Is 7 2 -"- 8 9" 17 s Je35"; soEzi6 H 27 16 , but Co in both DHS; B"}S OS? Am 1 ' ; of particular divisions of Aram, irn rva n 2 S io 6 , Naiv 'tt 2 S io 6 - 8 ^6o 2 (title), pfctOT 't* 2 S 8' cf. 1 Ch 18 5 , even D?3£JJ 'X f 60 2 (title); (note that As. never gives name Aramu to people W. of Euphrates, but Chatti instead, with other particular names, COT Gn i o 22 , also Dl u ); on 2 S8 12u 1 Ch 18 11 v. DilN. b. less often clearly of land, Aram Nu 2 3 7 2 S 1 5 8 + 2 Ch 20 2 (rd. however here DPN Thes Add al.), 'N rnv Ho 12' 3 ; also of particular divisions of the territory DHH? '" 'Mesopotamia' i. e. prob. land between Euphrates & Chaboras, so Di after Kiep, Gn 24 10 Dt23 6 JU3 8 (cf. V°° 2 supr.); cf.'N t , !B/Wei'ara-.4ramGn25 20 3i 18 33 ls 35 »- 26 46 15 , 'K nfif 2 8 2 - 5 - 6 - 7 v. pa; P&QI '« 2 S 8 6 cf. 1 Ch 18 6 . c. often indeterminate, esp. in ' x 'HJP etc., perh. primarily land but often including people : so Ju 2 11 io 6 ('N Tips) 1 K 10*+ 2 Chi " + (4 it, K& Ch)Is7'.— (Cf.esp. ■JJ^Schenkel BL, ZMQ 1871. 113 ; Hermes v. 3, 44:! f. T)l r* 287 T^SHN adj.gent. Aramaean, c. art. 'ttn Gn 25 2020 2 8 5 31 2024 2 K5 20 ; of Israel "13K 'K Dt26 6 ; pi. D'snK 2 K8 28 - 29 (||D-IK) 9* (!«<£); D'enn (='Nn) 2CI122 5 (fl id.); njtsntn V$%

Ch 7 14 his Aramcean concubine. — (D'OnK Kt 
K 16 6 rd. rather Qr ttOVlK.) 

T n^QT N adv. only of language in Aramaic 2 K i8 26 =Is 36" Ezr 4" Dn 2 4 . D")K ("/ of following; cf. DIM). tpm« n.m. IsS2 - 14 citadel— 'K abs. Je 30 18 + ; cstr. ' Is 2 5 2 ; pi. DUETtS abs. Am 3 99 ; cstr. i 4 + ; 0»rrtJD")U Mi5 4 + , etc. — citadel, castle, palace, not used before royal period, mostly in prophets, esp. common in Am & Je; citadel as securely barred (in sim.) Pr 1 8 19 ; T] jQn JV3 'N i.e. the. citadel, stronghold 1 K 16 18 , cf. 2 K 15 23 ; usually more general, of castles, palaces, promi- nent buildings; esp. used in speaking of con- quest, because the fine buildings would be esp. object of attack & plunder; palaces of Isr. Am 6 8 ; of Jerusalem Is 32 14 (sg. coll.) La 2 5J 2 Ch 3 6 19 f 4 8 414 i2 2 7 cf.Ho8 14 Mi5 4 Am2 5 Self; of Samaria Am 3 1011 ; also Je 6 s 9 20 belonging to Benhadad (i.e. Aram) Ami 4 Je49 27 ; of Tyre Is 23 13 Am i 10 ; of Babylon Is 25 s (sg. coll.), cf. 13 22 where rd. WrrtJtJT* for mtit&K so @ % 93 Che Di (|| tfbom; cf! Ez 19 7 ace. to X al., but v. rather pjm ; Dl BDxl defends MT in Ez 19 7 & comp. As. almattu, fortress); of Edom Is 34 13 , of Gaza Am i 7 , of Babbah i 14 , of Bozrah i 12 , of Kerioth 2 2 , of Ashdod 3 9 , of Egypt 3 9 . T' 1 j^"^M n.pr.m. a son of Saul (palatinus) S21 8 . » j ?"l}f^ (cf. Ar. ^. alacer, latus fuit; pos- sible y of following).