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bem 3 mpl. ae Fat Pe. Lm Is 7 ;—1. 
feel a loathing ak hor, c. 2 rei Nu 215 (J ty 
Gn 27° (By, Pry” (|| DN2); o/b pers. Ly 20" 
(H; subj. e so 1K oe “put Kit (after S, 
cf. & ‘prep. PY (/ py. Hiph. / distress). 

a “eickening dreads ¢ 135 > persé PX 1* 
u pee (), Is'73,, EE 







cout Impf. Dh = 


| @r Marti st Other ae forms’ ve PR 
Ir. yp oe of foll.; cf. perh. NH, gy, ~p 


TL. YIP n. mia bea thoriibuish; ‘thorn 5;— 
abs. ‘Pp Gn 3°+5 
332+; cstr. SIP Ju 37; 
+7777 (q.v.) Gn 3% (J), He 10° eee Is 
32%; + DIP (q. y.), 2799 “P Ju gt 16- “9 alone 
Ex 22° (E); Dyip VND af ae ae ‘of foes); 
in various fig., Is 33” Je 4312" 2. thorn, 
fig, Ez 28% (c. AN3D, v. AND; || iibp q.v.); sim. 
732 “PD 28 23° (Perles*™"* conj. 7, but v. 
also 3}] Hoph.). 


{1 Yip u.pr.m. 1. name in Judah 1Ch 4°, 


Kae, Kos. 2. ‘PI: priest 1 Ch 241°, Kos, AGL 
Axkos ; Ezr 2"°=Ne 7, Ne 3*7!, Ax(x)ous, -os. 


Tints] n.f. pl. locks of hair (V/ obscure ; 
NH id.; Syr. Jk, oo, Jas Botta Arm xas 
hair over lak); sf, Spin Cb. 53 Psy 


EL: [Hp] vb. bore, dig Gas 35 (5) cut 
a round ee in, scoop out); ;—Qal Pf 1s. IMP 
1 K 19” J have dug (sc. a well)=Is 37” (Meinh 
conj. ‘12).—Hiph., Pilp,, v. I, II. sp. 


Tr§p0 n.m,”°"! spring, fountain (app. 
orig. wil ;—abs. 2 Ze 13) Pr 25°; estr. NPD 
Je 234, "pro Lv 127 2018; sf, ipa Ho 13%, 
etc.;—1, spring of water: a. fig., of %, DD ’D 
oVn Je 2)8 a7, ef, Bh A 13 ~ 3000 Den '" 
(more gen.), Pr 10134147716” 4 184 (so rd. for 
nan ‘2 @ Heb Codd Toy). b. fig. of Bae 
cation Ez 13}, ¢. NN’ pp Pr a5 (fig. ; 

py). d. fig. of source of life and vigour Hot ps 
Je 51°; of a nation’s orig. source, stock py 687 
(Kay Che, of temple); source of joy: Pr 5° (fig. 
of wife ; || NY), 2. fig. of eye, MYDT Tip, 
Je8*¥,. 3. sowrce of menstruous blood, mot ; 0 
Ly 2018, so 7p v8 (H). =flow of blood 
after child-birth })7 ) 127 ® 






v/ pis) Thes, 


f 
Y 


t Kis, but very precariont) ; ;—Levite, rChrg”, 
i (vids) K(choraiou, = "OD 6, Keay], GL Koveet, 
plans Bx 22° S cpyyip- Ts 
—“Ethornbush, — 


So: 


J? 

Mh; ef. Ar. 5B G ) v. turn, 
jeu “Kind of ey 
“tfap 5] n.m._.159.6 ‘ooh, film ;—pl. estr. 


veaay tp Is 59° they weav ; yer snes, fig. 
of fhachinations of vee i sf; DAMP v®, 


RNVP v. xp. TP: ANSP 

Twp] vb. lay bait ‘me (|| V7 of wip’) ;— 
Qal Po 3 mpl, pep? Is 291, c.5 pers. (fig.). 

Paints ipy.m.(iorm dub.; Kit" 2p, 
cf. 6.and Gs Pei x Ugo, 248 finds here a god 





twist (of serpent), 





TP, OP, NAP ete, v. np. se 


Trap Ez 164 (‘PHYD2), dub.; Kionly(Ar. 3); 
del. & S Thes Hi Co Berthol, Toy NN}, Perles 
Anal. 30 {OP ; - Krae conj. naby DX™2), for poy. : 


JOP (of foll.; ef. X ADP cut off (rare); — 
in Ar. a id., b said to be for 4, v. Lane). 


Tanp, [a0P] n,m, ?**24 destruction ;— 
of pestilence, abs. ‘P Dt 32™ (|| 4¥2), yor? | 
(|| 72D), so sf. (of Shel) J2NP (Geat=*y Ho 13" 

(lJ of MVD, 7131); more gen., IDP WY Ts 287. 


Tt beapy vb. slay (poet. and late) (Ar. 353, 


Eth. #0: Sab. np Hom "125 all slay (orig. 
form with n; changed later, after p); Aram. 
20, Sho; OAram. 5yp, bho, bmp); — Qal 
Impf. c. ace. pers., 3 ms." 90? Jb 24"; sf., subj. 
God, *gD0p 13°; of God also 2 ms. DbpA 139". 


t [5 2 n.[m. | ]slaughter;—upp MT OD’, 
but join to v!° (then 282%), G We Now GASm. 


FMP, Lag >%***\] vb. be small, insigni- 
ficant (N H Hiph. and deriv.; J Aram. in deriv., 
Syr. eb; ; OAram. pup insignificant ; Ar. wks 
parum edens; Eth. Pani: be. than, chiefly in 
deriv.; prob. also As. huttinn, small, 4 younger, 
Zehnpf ***'-° (otherwise DEVE) Meigen er ae 
katdnu, be short (of hair), cf. Bez24™" ty Soa ee 5 ue 
Qal Pf. 1 s. M326? Gn 32", c. J comp., J am ie 
too insignificant for all the kindnesses ; Jmpf- 
3 fs. PIPA NN JOP 287"=1Chr7”. Hiph. 
lit. Lnf. estr. popnd Am 8° making ephah small, 

Tle Pee adj.small, young, unimportant; — 
abs. ‘Pp Gng*-+; sf. DIDP (Ko) Je oe 

Site 










ep 
fs. 130? Gn 29+; mpl. O°30? 2 K 18% + ; estr. 
‘DP 189 1 (vy. Dr; We conj. °3-, old cstr., cf. 
HPS), Pr 30%; fpl. nisbp Hz 16 + ;—1. small: 
esp. a. of children, youth= young, Gn 44” (J) 
28 ot Kerr ack 12% 76? of sisters tae; 
=younger, of two children (oft. opp. bon), 
Guo” 27°" (all J)f2o7) (1) 1S 14s (opp: 
nVD4a7); of younger sister Jur5’, so (fig.) Ez 
16° and (+2 comp.) v™; brother 1 Ch 24°; 
‘PI youngest son (of several) 18 16” 17%; 
+2173 = young and old (v. jo 1) Je 16° cf. 
2Ch31" 34%. b. of things: utterance Nu 
22° (EH), weight Dt 25%", vessels 2.Ch 36", 
animals y 104” (all opp. S113); ef. also 2S 12! 
g Rea yO. ee ie ODD: by), ie 
30% Ct 2, + prob. Ez 46” (v. IT: [78P]); >: 
jDp7 Is 22% the vessels of small size (fig.). ‘ 
small : a. with added idea of weakness, pers. 
2K 18%=1s36°, cityEcg™. b.=insignificant, 
(1) tribe 18 9”; (2) pers.(+ by) ;=all persons) 
JC OUT eJOn Suv tia shi ycr t Oneuaa 
(van d. H. v8); (3) in gen., Ni3OP DN Ze 4% day 
of small things.—Vid. also }®P. 

}u. JOP n.pr.m. (the small) ;—’P1, post-ex. 
name Ezr 8%, Ax(«)arap. 

TOP », #4j. small, insignificant s—abs. “p 
18 2%+; estr. 0? 2Ch 21%;—f.,, pl. and sf. 
supplied by {&?;—1. small: esp. a. of youth 
—goung, Pav. 15 20° 1 Ki34 3K se” Isir; 
= younger of two brothers, Gn 48% (KE) Jur™ 3° 
(+12 comp.); “P1 youngest brother Gn 42” + 
10 t.Gn (JE), son Jug® 2 Ch 22!, so 13 JOP 

17; 453 = young and old (vy. {OP 1), ice. 
everybody Gn 19" (J), 1 8 5° 307+ (of pers. and 
things) v®. b. of things 182” 1K 8%(+]9 
comp.), Am 6" Is 547; opp. bina Po22 250 
Gor ik): 2. = unimportant, things, Ex 
18” (EK), 1 8 20 (all opp. bina); pers., = feeble 
Am 7°°; =insignificant Je4g Ob? (both || 13), 
Ts 60 (|| VY); PPY2/P 1S15% esp. + I= 
low and high,= everybody, Dt 1” 1K 227 = 
2Ch 18, Je 8° Jb 3°,4+8 t.—Vid. also {O?. 

tT [yop | n.m. little (finger); — sf. 30? 
(=*30P van d. H. in Ch; cf, Ko" Ges!®4), 
C2 eee ome 


[OP] vb. pluck off (twigs, etc.), or out 


(NH=BH; Ar. eae pluck grapes; XY *)OP, 
Syr. eho ; cf. As. katdpu, appar. pluck off) ;— 


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"UP 


Qal Pf. 3 ms. AYP Ez 17% he [i.e. eagle, in fig. ] 
plucked Oawige: 2 ms. ABN?) Dt 23° (ears of 
grain, 713); Impf. 1s. mips Ez 17” (sabj. 4; 

ace.+}2 from); Pt. mpl. DYBOPA Jb 304 ee 
who pluck out the mallow. Niph. Jmpf. 3 ms. 
JDP. Jb 8” tt ts not plucked off: 


TWOP (of foll.; of As. kutru (with n) 


smoke ; ale S SOP, RTOP (thick) smoke ; 
Ar, 323 smoke (said ‘of fey usu. exhale odour 
(esp. of roast meat); As. kutrinnu, incense- 
offering ; Sab. 1wpid censer CIS 1% 20s % 165 30.24, 
Eth. ®3do: incense ; Egypt. kataléa Bondi”, 
kataruti WMM4*"-*"7 = nyop, nnep; NH 
[AYP] smoke (said of incense)). 

Twp (Lag ®*™) n.m. thick smoke ;— 
“bP Gn 192 (J), rip- » 119%; 148° (fig. of 
clouds inthunderstorm;Vrss. appar.117?, cf.Du). 

Tramp n.m. smoke of sacrifice ;—abs. 
Dt 3 3°(E; Dial. of incense). 


if mtp n.pr.f. a wife of Abraham, after 
Sarah's death, Gn 25'* 1 Ch 1”; Xerroupa, 


np a Ut Smoke, odour of Metin) 
sacrifice, incense ;—’p abs. Ex 30'+; cstr. 
25°+; sf. FOP Ez 16% 23*';—1. sweet smoke 
of sacrifice, i nmap Is 1? 1412, DS 2 6Ges 
‘P opnd Tips At): 2. incense, pveo(n) fr) 
Ex 25° 307 31" 4o%+9 t.; Jon “Pp Ex 30%, 
mp1 ’P vy, “pm alone v7 Lv 16° Nu 16” 17”; 
so D100 es 15 2Ch29/, 17 P Ex 30%, pn py 
Ly 16” Ez 8”, also of a71t we Lv ro! (illegal 
worship); in offering of the princes Nu 74+ 
11t.7,cf.v. Altar of incense is ’p 7ypD Nand 
Ex30', ant Sea (Ch28®, > antn ‘p Ex 40°, 
pon ’p “1 Ly 4 ‘pron ts nt te 3. 
perfume, || 12Y Ez 16" 23% Pr 27°. 


[797] Hiph. make’ 
sacrifices smoke, send them up in smoke 
(prop. produce NOP, v. StaZW vi ass), 2984.) .__ 
Pi.,, Pf 3 mpl. MOP Je 19+, OF? Je 
eas sey 3 ms. (PY Hb 1+; 3 mpl. 
PPY Ho 117, ete.; Inf: ‘abs, WP 18 264s 
estr. Je ates Pt. pl. OWED Is 65° +, etc. ;— 
make sacrifices smoke, offer them by burning : to 
1,18 2° (where prob. rd. [2P? [and so v"| 
Stale °°): elsewhere to other gods or in illegal 
worship, Je 44”; c.ace. 1? (but see this, infr.) 
Je 44” (here [and al. in some other passages] 
of incense), TiN am 4°; place is usu. ¢. 3, ¢.g. 
nina2 2k ry 2 ; DWP D'mand pyn iy 
naz Like) 2K Dota et Rose (R), cf. 2K 


vb.denom. Pi. 


WP 
~6'=2 Ch 283 ee RS em. |. 471; 2nd ed. rs TWN “an 
MOY sw 2 K 23% o. Veg. mya Sy Ho 4's 
(3 by Jerg™ 32%, nvadn by Is 653, naan by 
v’ 3 e. » of deity, Ho1rJe1*+14t. Je (+ 19" 
32” supr.), Hb 1 2 K 22” 235 2Ch 25 28* 
34” Qr (>Kt Hiph.), to the brazen serpent 
2K 18% = Pu. Pe. 101 Wd NPD Ct 3° fumi- 
gated with myrrh, etc. (Ag. B Schlottm nop). 
Hiph.,, Pf. 3 ms. VOPT Lv 9+; 2 ms, AIP 
Ex 29" etc.; Impf. 3 ms. VDPY Lv 4% 16”, 
WP?) Ex 4074, etc.: Jmv. ms. HPT 2 K 16%; 
Inf. abs. VOPI 1 K 9”; cstr. ~ppnd Ex 30”+; 
Pt. VOD Je 33%+, ete. i: ee sacri- 
Jices smoke, usu. a in worship of %: abs. 
t K 128 13! 2 Ch29"; c. acc. 35n Ly iy! Nu 

18 7S 2-16 , nby 2 K 16™ 2Ch 13%, nw 
Ee a Ly ou Nu 18”, Amp Je 33%; WN, 
, Lv 8” 77318 Ly 2%, ondvin abn Ly 6°; 

oe ie On TN 9” v. Klo Benz; place is 
nap by Lv 4°45 t., Anan Ex 29 o 54 23t, 
iyeNa 5” (all P)> c. nayan (acc.) Ly 6°; mio32 
1 K 33; 039 72 83 2 Ch 28%. ib. ieee oft. in 
worship of other gods, jnndxd (gods of ee 8 
wives) 1 K r18, ynbxd (of Moab) Je 48%, p 
(Baalim) Ho 2°;—2 Ch 34” rd. Qr Qal. 2 
cause incense to smoke, offer incense abs. 2 Ch 
Beee07e sc. >Y of altar 2 Ch 26" Ex 30" 407; 
c. ace. NIPOP? 307% myMD NADP 307 407 2 Ch 
2 poy) ‘map Ex 30°, aay “pn Nury7°2Ch2o/. 
3. make smoke upon (by) both altars (of burnt- 
offering and of incense) 1 Ch 6%, cf. also 23". 
Hoph. be made to smoke as a sacrifice : Impf. 
3 fs. OPA Lv 6”, Pt. dp Mal1"' (Ew Ke al.[Ges 
faa) We Now rd. nnd wD 2; but v. 1p). 

TP (O15) n.f. incense ;—Je 447 (on 
gender y. Albr74¥ 2¥ 285.100 who reads ANN for 
ON&, and so Rothst™™ Gie; Gie also nip). 

TLepn } 27 n.m. place of sacrificial 
smoke ;—estr. NO? IPD 12) Ex 30! altar, 


place of offering incense (SS Kau Buhl” al. n. 
act. burning). 


Twp n.m. incense;—abs. ’2 Mal 1” 
(Thes Hi Marti GASm Kot), 

Tmepn n.f. censer ;—'D abs, 2 Ch 26"; 
sf. INIDPD Ez 8”. 

Timerpe] n.f. incense-altar ;—pl. abs. 
ninwpr 2 Ch 30%. 

Ll. [ep] vb. dubious word; si vera 1. 
appar.= shut in, enclose (x “OP, Syr. ho 


883 


RP 
bind, J.§\8 chain);—Qal Pt. pass, pl. NSN 
nine Ez 46” enclosed courts (cf. interpr. in 
Levy ™=¥8, and Jinp.o IMS PS***), but rd. prob. 
niadP small, © S Co Toy Berthol Krae. 
Typ n.pr-loe. in Zebulun Jur, Kedpay, 
A XeBpov ; =NYP Jos1g”? site unknown. 
Trap n.pr.loc.in ZebulunJos1 9”, Karavad, 
A Karraé, GL Korrad Vie ppp. 


+ [NP NG 2MG xxxvil (1888), ee vb. vomit up, 
spue out, disgorge (NH id., Hiph.; As. kd@’u, 
spit Meissn*"''?; Ar. | vomit; Eth. [P2A:] 
Pa: vomit); —Qal Pt. £, N&P Lv 18%, but read 
prob. MXP, Lf. 3 fs. (Di Baen); Jmpf. (Qal or 
Hiph.) 3 ms. 8?" Jon 2", sf. BNP Jb 20”; 
3 fs. SPA Ly 18% 20”, XPM) 18°; 2 ms. sf. 
mINPA Pr 23°; Hiph. Pf. sf. consec. NNPN 
25°°; all vomit up:—c. acc., lit. Pr 23 8 opis 
Jon 2”; fig. of land casting out iano lvig2 23 
20” (all H); of disgorging riches Jb 20”. 

t [RP] n./m.] what is vomited up, vomit 
(v. Ba*®”);—sf. 182 Pr 26" (of dog). 

Tsp n.m. id. (v. Ba*®*);—abs. ‘p Is 28°; 
sf. INP Is 19 (sim.); fig. Je 48° (of Moab). 

t [TP] vb. vomit (si vera l.=n'p, Ges? 


K6"15°) > Qal Imv. mpl. *?) Je 257 Qr (Kt 
1P1), be drunken and vomit (terry. for 381). 


MNO}? v. wp. DP, TAP v. arp. 
Warp v. wip. 
}pP (Woffoll.; ef. Ar. 515 fit together, fabri- 


cate (make art ifcially) y, , forge (cf. Wetzst®" Dre 
aoe toe ewhenced| os worker in tron, As. kinat 


(Meissn 7* yili rae): ey TX2P Shier ns x Palm. 
NP (pl) metal-worker, of BH PP bon: also 
Ar, 4i.3 slave-girl, and woman-singer, lute- 


player (fr. skill); cf. Eth. Pi: song, singing, 
Syr. JNus, hymn, elegy; Ar. vb. 1v Dozy; 
NH 73?=BH; cf. also Bu74¥* oe): 
is [rp] n,[m. | spear & and most ;—sf, 13) 
2821; <rd. Yaip (cf. 1817) Klo Bu HPS al. 
chs re n.pr, 1. gent. (v. Stao' tt Mey 


Beeches cf Ar, 0, praia, ees Nab. Sin. 

n.pr.m. et. f. 1p; tribe of smzths?t);—tribe 

of Moses’ father-in-law Ju4” (cf. 22 1°), 

Kawa, GL Kew; akin to Midian (Nu 10” P), 

settled among Amal. in 8. of Canaan (v. *)'P); 
3L2 


mp 


prophesied against by Balaam_ Nu 24” (ji? 
JE);—v. also *)*?. 2. loc. NBT i in 8. Judah 
(a settlement of 11.’P 12) ;—Jos 15°”, | Zaxay |aecp, 
A [Zave] Axe, GL [Zavou] Axev; poss.= Yukin 
SE. from Hebron [Rob***®*] (v. Buh] {re 1* 
who, however, cp. 72°? v™). 

TI.) n.pr.loc. in 8. Judah (a settle- 
ment of 11. f{P1 ), Jos 15”, Ikap, AGL K(c)iva. 

arly re n.pr.m. Cain, Kav, eldest son of 
Adam and Eve (expl. Gn 4 fr. 32 acquire; 
but in fact=1. ’p, as heros eponymos, acc. 
to We Comp: 1 Sta, & 285 Bu Us: 193 Holz Gn 50 f. esp. 
StaZaw xiv (1894), 250 ff. ; xv (1895), 157 ae Che Ency. Bib. CAIN — 


Mp) Gn Ae ee es ne vy 8:24.25 (all J). 
Tsp adj.gent. of 1. ['2 1 (q.v.), ‘P7727 
(dwelling in N, Isr.), 6 Keevatos, Ju 417" 5% 
~ (against WMM Jen, who ref.’p here to city Kin 
near Megiddo, mentioned by Egypt., v. esp. 
Bu Now on 4”); rd. prob. also ’P3 33 1° (for 
P33; so Bu GEM; © of viol lodop rot Ketvaiov) ; 
elsewhere as n. gent. coll. ’P7 settled among 
Amal., Nu2q (JH; vy. a. [2 1), 18 15°— 
=")? v° (We Bu Kit f%2, HPS *229);—Pa 
also 247° Bor (B GL Keve((e)e= “WP; A Knvet, 
Kewaios); Gn 15” (list of peoples; R);=D)27 
1 Ch 2” (K(e)iaior), related to Rechabites. 
he n.pr.m. a Sethite (Sab. n. pr. dei 
wp CIS" 2&1?) ;__Gn 5910124844 7 Ch 1?, Kawav. 


ips Mm? n.f. elegy, dirge;—abs.’p 28 
1s pl, “Dep Ez 2” (but rd. Ax»p Co—not 
Berthol Toy Krae), M42? 2 Ch 35%; sf. DM Ni2"P 
v»;—elegy, dirge 251" Ez1g**32" pl.2Ch35”; 
sg. || aN Am 8, || 1) 43) Ez 2”, /p nba Jey, 
¥ for, Am 5) Jeg? Ez26" 27? 28 327: c. DN Ez 
10}27 32? 19 Je g'® (||); pl. as collection of 
written dirges 2 Ch 35°.—Bu™” fi (1882), 1 ff., cf. iii 
(1888), 209% thinks Kina rhythm always 3 + 2 tone- 
beats, but book La (Heb. nid?) is in all parts 
pentam., 342 varying sts. with 2+3, yet 
always 5 in line, with caesura; of other Ni2'p, 
Am 5” Ez 19°™ 267>* are re PO so 38! 
tetr., Kz 24°* 2312 f 32 2? t. hex. ; vA Br Gen. Intr. 379 


ThP] vb. denom. Po'l. chant a J’? ;— 
Pf. 3 pl. consec. 3225p) Ez 27” (Y pers), sf, 
(cogn.) 7 mp} 32 ae Impf. 3 ms. 1PM 281 
(c. acc. cogn.+¥ pers.), cf. (ov pers. only), 
2 Ch 35% and (O8 pers.) 2S 3%; 3 fpl. m22\pn 
c. acc. cogn., Ez 32%,-+ 9 pers. v'®; Pit. as 
subst. Je 9’ (professional) watling women. 


884 


PP 

Tale Kara vb. Hiph. awake (||form of 
yp’; NH in Hiph. (rare)) ;—Pf. 3 ms. PPB 
BA iz 7°; 2 ms, niypm consec. Pr 6%, etc. ; 
Impf. 1 8. aes Er 23es a8 ‘mpl. wy? Je 51 +3 
Imv. ms. ayn Hb 2%+; mpl. wpa Is 26” 
Jor; Inf. estr. YR p17" 73%; Pe R18 
poe) oe signs of waking, awake: 1. from 
sleep, a. 1826" Is 29°° vy 3° 73" 130 qemu 
(doubtful line, v. Toy). b. of % 44" awake 
[fr. sleep] to activity, so 357 (c. 5 rei), 59° 
(c. inf. purpose). c. fr. ecstatic sleep of proph. 
Je31. 2. fr. sleep of death, c. neg. 2 K 4° 
Je 51°" Jb 14”; of resurrection Is 26 Dn12”. 
3. from stupor (of drunkenness) Jo 1° Pr 23”. 
4. of inanimate thing Hb 2”; cf. (20 yPo 83 
TON Ez 7° the end cometh, it hath awaked unto 
thee (Co del. #23, but the word-play favours 
it).—p 17” is me by Thes Ol Hup Du al. sub 
1a; Ew De Che sub 2; We sub1b; Calv 
Now: from night of distress and helplessness, 
and so Bae (psalmist representing Isr.). 


II. Ce (/ of foll.; usu. taken as=I. yp, 
but connex. not clear; of Ar. ie vehement heat 
of summer, late summer (WeS*#" #1.) G15 be 
vehemently hot, Sab. Op summer Mordtm 
Him. Inechr.71. WH yp — BH, so ¥ NDP, Syr. \.8; 
OAram, (Zinj.) Xy°D summer). 


Typ n.m.’°*” summer, summer-fruit (cf. 
Gk. 6épos in both meanings);—abs. ’p Gn 8+ ; 
OP Am'3*+-3 sf xP Is 16° Jeus?s=eae 
summer-season, opp. VM Gn 8” a }, Ame 
Zerg? 74"; || V¥P Je 8” Pr 6° 10® 261, also 
(without “¥?P) 30%; as fruit harvest Is 28%; 
time of drought » 32‘ (fig.). 2. swmmer- 
fruit 28 16? Am 8! Je 40"? also, || V¥3, 487 
Mi 7’ (in sim.), but ||-yp Is 16° (assim. to p 
of #2; rd. prob. 7"¥3). 

PRP v. pvp. 


TYP Pp nm.7™™*° a plant (cf. As. huk- 
kdnitum (3) a garden-plant, D12¥® #7) ;—usu. 
ricinus (R. communis, Linn. = castor-oil tree ; 
cf. Dioscor."™ kike (Egypt.) = xpérev [ castor-oil 
tree]; Talm. P'? }2Y; v. esp. Low »**); perh, 
<bottle-gourd (G Koddxvva 5 i.e. cucurbita 
lagenara,avine growing and withering rapidly, 
Post in Hastings??™™) ;—Jon 4567-910, 


ppp v. dbp, 


VP 
YT ies n.m.** wall (v unknown) —— 
abs. ’P) Nu 22”+, 1? Is 22°; estr. V2 1 K 6°+; 
pl. nin? 1K 6%+, estr. éd., vo+; af. rnp 
Ex 30°+, etc.;—wall, esp. as flat surface: 
1. usu. of house or chamber: a. inner surface, 
Am 5” 18 18"+9 t.,+(of temple) 1 K 6°*+ 
vy» (but rd. ninip beams, with G The Kit 
Benz), v°"'"+6t. +b. outer surface, 2 K 9* 
Ez 33” Is 59” (in sim.) ; so P.O! Is 25* (but 
Lo Kn Gr Di Du Che™* al. rd. 1P; JP Peters 
JBL x1 (1892), 46 yrop. T13 [as 287]); of temple 1 K 
6°°* cf. Ez 41°°, +c. both inner and outer 
Mees » tds indeterminate, 12°77 23") fe. 
thickness specified, Ez 41°°8 (of Ezekiel’s 
temple). +f. as enclosing, 2K 4” (of 732¥, 
q.v-); as separating Ez 43°. +2. wall of 
(temple-)court Ez 8’** (in vision); of vineyard 
Nu 22” (J), of city 354 (P), cf. MIND “P Jos 
2” (JE) the (inner) surface of the wall. +3. 
more gen., 1 K 5%, and (in phr. Va Pv) 
mew ra 16" 2172 K 9°; in fig. Kz 
1371 (appar. fem., but city Jerus. prob. in 
mind, cf. Albr“4¥ xvi (1896), 85 Kot 2, saat vy 15-18 (yo 
vi), 302? y 624; “P f28 2857=’p 1 Chrq’, 
ef. Hb 2" (fig.); 92 YP Ez 4? (symbol.).— 
Ts 22° is dub.: usu. wall (so even Du Che™”™ 
Marti), but ref. not clear; Ew Che°™™ 311. 1"; 
Klo Brd Wkl Alttest. Unters. 177 vip, coWM M Hast. DB oe 
buuve Dr =, +4. of flat side of altar Ez 
41? Ex 30° 37% Lv 1™ 59 (all P). 39 + 5. NINP 
‘27 Je 4° walls of my heart (as seat of pain). 


fu. VP in n.pr.loc. of Moabite cities (cf. 
“p=city MI™-?-™, pl. np 1.”);—G usu. om., 
or reads 7d reixyos;—1. 2819 ‘P Is 15}, poss. 
Rabba, S. of Arnon, v. Buhl9"*, 2, wa ? 
Je 48, YIN ’P Is16U=NWIN P Is 167, NYAN’P 
2K 3% (GinWN ’P), perh. Kerak, S. of Rabba, 
vy. Buhl”, and cp. (on Kerak) Palmer °° #* "472 
Dowling ?®% 0: 8 327, esp, Mauss in de Luynes 


Voyage & la Mer Morte (1864), ii. 106 ff., ili (Atlas, ad fin.), 13 pl. 


fur. VP n.pr.terr. et gent. ’p orig. house 


of Aram Am 9’; ny as place of exile Am 1° 
2 K 16° ( ri rod); VY as people in As, army 
Ts 22° (v° vid. 1. VP ad fin.)—Location dub., v. 
conspectus of older views Dr*™°; plausible 
is some tribe in 8. Babylonia, E. of Tigris Wk 
AT Unters. ie cf. Hal REJ xi. 60 ;—WMM Hast. DB Kir 


everywhere del., or em. Yip, but v. 1. YP 3. 


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pep 

Tarp n.pr.m. (prob. *WD, Ar. (3, Aram. 
NUM pL 2e0 = Coot orig. N.pr.del as Aree pens, 
wh. nowonly in n.pr. pers. We™*"?);_K(e)is: 
1. father of Saul 1S9!*4 10"! 145 28 21" 1Ch 
8°°-3 (where read 1338, Be Kau Kit), v¥= 9 
(read as above), v" 12' 26%. 2. Levites: a. 
1Chi239 24222" be 2 Cli2o'708 +34 ancestor 
of Mordecai Est 2° (Keeoaiov). 

T pw? n.pr. of wady running NW.through 
plain of Megiddo(Esdraelon), K(«)irar (: stream 
of (god) Kish RS Sm: '-1%s 2nded. 170) «_alwy, 7p bny 
Ju 478 571-21 J. 83" also 1 K 18%; mod. Nahr- 
el-Mukatia ¢ v2 Bubl@82%.2% GA Sm Sever 525 


WI v. WAP sub wap. 
b> bp v. 55p. (> voice, V. by). 
dp 2 S20" Kt, v. Sp. 


Ti. 5p] vb. roast, parch (NH ndp id. 
(rare), >P=BH; As. kali, 11. 1, 11. 1 burn, 
consume Meissn®””"-*. Sab. anxdp conflagratio, 
aestus Og #11920 QT G3 No-741-20. Ay. 8 fry or 
roast wheat ; Eth. Pt@: PAY: burn, fry, so X 
NOP, Syr. Lo) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. sf. YN pbp Je 
29”(acc. pers.) he roasted themwith fire; Pt. pass. 
wNa "2p Das Ly 2'*(P) grain parched with fire; 
so \/P alone, as common food, Jos 5" (P), v. ???. 
Niph, Pt, 13P2 as n. ¥ 38° my loins are filled 
with burning (Vrss Bae with contempt, II. nop). 


tT Op n.m.'* >" parched grain, a common 
food (Roba; ° Anderlind??¥ a) s—abs. p18 


25825 17%*+v*> (but dittogr., del. G S and 
Comm.), Ly 23" (P), Ru 2M: —NNDD Poi. 


TLE [rT ‘ 1 vb. Niph,belightly esteemed, 
dishonoured (|| form of Obs efa NH HOP, B3 
N20, disgrace, shame) ;—LPf. 3 ms. consec. 
nop TSnGie Lone ne lac, nop Is 3°+ 2 t.;—be 
lightly esteemed, held of little account, Is 16“ 
(glory of Moab); nppn W71 WN 1S 1885 so (Pt. 
as subst.) Is 3° (opp. 1233), Pr 12° (opp. Taz); 
more positively, be dishonoured, degraded, Dt 
oe (PRY). Hiph. treat with contempt, 
dishonour, Pt. 1) VIS nepo Dt 27° one dis- 
honouring [1.e. opp. 123 of 5th Command]. 





ny jo n.m.*"? ignominy, dishonour;— 
abs. “P Ho 4’7+5 est, Hip Tegan aie Ap Je 
13°+5—1. of national ignominy Ho 48 (dub. 
line, v. Che Now), Je 46” (rd. prob. Bip, so @ 


nnbp 
Gie Co™*), Hb 2% y 83"; of nation under fig. 
of woman, = pudenda, Je 13° Na 3° (|| JY). 
2. personal dishonour, disgrace, of Shebna, as 
disgrace to his lord’s house Is 22'*(opp. 71123); 
individ.) Jb ro” Pri3*) (opp. 323) 96719! br17 
12’° 138 (opp. 725%), 18° 22”. 

Ton dp n.f. caldron (Erman 7™@2¥1 0?) 121 
cp. Egypt. krht, pot, cf. OCopt. galaht Lag? ®, 
wh. has come back as loan-wd. WMM pars”); 
—abs.’p 18 2% (4-713, 397, 7B); NOP Mi 
37 (il me). 

I. DoD (of foll. ; NH bop take up, in, har- 
bour, so X bop; Ba®8* ep. Ar. Gd reservoir 
with n, cf. yp, 707). 

tobpr n.|m. |} refuge, asylum (P Ch);— 
"2 “IY asylum-cities Nu 351, 20 "IY Nu 35° 
Jos 20°, so 1 Ch 6%” (but rd. 7 VY, ace. to 
|| Jos 21371, so Be Kau Kit), mb (after 7.9) 
Nu 35% Jos 20%; estr. in phr. 0397 pdpr poy 
Jos 2a) *t2122 "(Gil vy van des baer paiei son 
refugee, wp Dy Nu Big 20-26 1a 


7 Lt. [oO 2] vb. be stunted ( ees 
prop. be drawn in? cf. Ar. by very short) — 
Qal Pt. pass. pibpy yw Ly 22” sacrif. animal, 
overgrown or stunted. 

treat n.pr.m. Levite, Ne 8’ 10% (GL in 
both Kaddcras) Ezr 10” (where called also mp, 
Vv. mdip), Kodtev, A Koacras, GL as Ne. 

(x3)5p vibe. 2p Vv. een 
vy. NONDP, 


mop 


OD] p vb. be slight, swift, trifling 
(prob. orip. be Lights, NEI [>90], Sp, = BH: 
As. kaldlu 11. despise, dishonour; so Tel Am 
(appar. Canaanism); Ar. qe be small, scanty ; 
Sab. nbbs scanty Hal 143.8f. (cf. Fel] 24 liv Bagot) 
Eth. PAN: be light, small, easy; xi. despise ; 
& bbe Syr. \\o, = BH; also (v. Pilp., etc.) 
Ay. jas shake, BABN: vibrate, whirl (of sword), 
PAPA: v. be shaken ;—Schwally74¥ ™ 089). 170%. 
thinks shake original, v. 22); —t Qal Pf. 2 ms. 
mipp Na ws ie nbp Jb 401 eoNpl: Pp Gn 
8" 4; Impf. 3 fs. 2PM 164; 1s. PS) v°; 3 mpl. 
DY 18 2°;—1. be slight, of water, be abated, 
fr. off (°¥2) earth Gn 8°" (J). 2. be swift, 


ce. f comp., of warriors 28 1%, horses Je 4% 


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oP 

Hb 18; one’s days Jb 7° 9%. 3. trifling, 
i.e. of little account, of pers., Gn 16*° (J; both 
c. 22); 1S 2° (opp. B28). +Niph. Pf. 
3 ms. Dp (Gesi"*) 2K 20+, 222) consec. 2K 
gre 2P3 Pr 14°; 1s. consec. ‘Tap 28 6; 
Impf. 3 mpl. PB. Is 30%; Pt. £. APPA7PY) Te 6™ 
+2t.;—1. shew oneself swift Is 307° (Se-by 
3302). 2. appear trifling, 18 18% (OD2'Y3 ; 
Inf. subj., cf. Dr), c. 12 comp. be too trifling 
Is 49°, esp. of sin 1 K 16°! (Inf. subj.), and (ce. }2 
comp.) Ez 8"; easy 2 K 3° (292), 20% (c. Inf.), 
Pr14°; Pt.(as subst.) c. bY in adv. phr. nbps-oy 
lightly i.e. superficially, Je 6% 8". 3. be 
lightly esteemed 28 6” (|| Spy. opp. 77338). 
Bis Cj aus. bbp 2S 197+, ete.; Impf. 
Bp) Ly 20°+, etc.; mv. ms. bp 25 1602 dag 
estr. bb Gn 8! Jos24°, etc.; Pé. Dep Ex 21" +; 
sfnddpn nibD Jers5y rd.nd0EN! (Baer); err. for 
‘bop DNFD JDMich Gf Gie Du al., ete.;— 
curse (prop. make contemptible): 1. c. acc. pers. 
homin. Ex 21” (EK), Gn 12°(J), Ly 19” (HB), 
Ju 9” 28169416 t.; npop "DEP t Kee aor 
om, 28 16°7-1LB Vf 62° 109” (opp, 122 )gr ace: 
pers. +3 of oath 1817" 2 K 2™; ¢. 3 of oath 
alone Is 8”. 2. c.acc. del Ex 22” (HE), Ly 
2A CEL). Tai] Edo: DN for Dap, ®& Comm.), 
+ (obj.om.) Liv 247% 3. ¢. acesren Gia 
( subj.), Jb 3%. +Pu. Jmpf. 3 ms. 2p Is 
65°” be cursed by death ; 3 fs. dpm Jb 24° their 
portion is cursed; Pt. pl. sf. yPepn W 37” those 
cursed by him (opp.Y2139). +Hiph. Pf.3 ms. 
bon Is 8; 2 ms. sf. snbpn 28 19“ (van d.H. -i); 
3pl. pn Ez22'; Impf. 3 ms. 9p 186°; Imv.ms. 
bea Ex 187+; Inf. estr. id:, Is 23° Jon 1°5;— 
1. make light, lighten, D229 TINY Dp 1 S6* he 
will lighten his hand from upon you; ec. bys 
pers. alone, make light from upon one, lighten 
one’s burden Ex 18” (E), Jon1® 1 K 1r2%= 
2Ch ro”; + j partit, 1K 12°22 Ohwow 
2. treat with contempt, acc. pers. 28 19“ Is 23° 
Ez 22’; dir. caus. bring contempt, dishonour 
Is 8% (opp. 1233). +Pilp. Pf. 3 ms. 1. shake 
osna PDP Ez21* (in divination). 2. (pecu- 
liarly) whet Ec 10” (prop. move quickly to and 
fro). +Hithpalp. reflex. of 1: Pf 3 pl. 
PPA Je 4 hills shook themselves, shook. 


DE adj. light, swift, fleet ;—ms. ‘PDP Am 
24, oP yt. nbp Je 2”; pl. p>? Is 18? + ;— 
yona P light with his feet Am 2” 28 2%; p 


OP 
alone, swift, messengers Is 18%, pursuers La 4” 
(2 comp.), camel Je 2”, cloud Is r9!; of swift 
vanishing of wicked Jb 24° (Bu 3? for 817 5p); 
as subst. Am 2% Je 46° Ec 9", = swift (horse) 
Ts 30%; Pas adv., swiftly (+779) Is 5 Jo4*. 
ths n.[m.] lightness, frivolity (so Vrss 
Ki Gie; Gf thinks = bp: >= voice) , bin 
FN Te 3°—5b voice, v. dip. 
tobe adj. burnished (tr. light, quick move- 
ment of rubbing 2) ;—’P NYA burnished brass 
Ez 1‘ Dn 10° (so most; Co, Ez, nibp, in prefix- 
ing O75I3 fr. v°; Dn then follows crpt. Ez. 
nobp as. curse ;—abs.’? Gn27"+; cstr. 
n2dp Jug +; sf. TPP Gn 247%, indeP 25 10r 
(van d. H. Kt mnbbp, so We Dr Lohr); pl. niodp 
Dt 28° *;—-curse, Gn 273(J); oft. opp. 7373, 
Det 23°= Ners* +8 t.. Dt, Jos8™ (D), 
Die siroo Pr 27's, Dan nd>p Pr 26? a 
groundless curse, cf.25 16"; nyq03 nddp Tee 
a grievous curse; = a formulaof cursing Je29”; 
= object of curse, nbn pds ndpp Dt 21%, nw 
nbbps gio g2 scr Jez47 25" +6t. Je, Zc 8". 


trp n.pr.m. priest Ne 12”, GL Kahpes. 


ips adj. contemptible, worthless (cf. 
OL * Ba XP) 3 pa pnpa Nuw21° (JH), 

tbp»p n.[m.| disgrace ;—Hb 2", si 
vera |. intens. O15"° Ko" but dub. (v. We 
Now GASm). 


t [DoD] vb. mock, scoff (Ecclus ee pbon, 
text by Adler 72 49, 2) eePu Inf. estr. DPP? 
}INS Ez 16*! to scoff at hire (of Jerusalem under 
fig. of harlot), but © G Symm collect, rd. yapo 
Gr Toy Krae (or bpo?, Co). Hithp. mock, 
deride, c. 1 pers., Jmpf. 3 ms. Deen Hib; 
3 mpl. 32M Ez 22°, “NN 2K 2%, 

ROOD n.{m.] derision, i.e., object of it, 
|| FEV ;—Je 208, 4.292 44" 79% 

trobp at. id, || éd.;—Ex 204, 


kg [y 2] vb. sling, hurl forth (Thes 
ep. Ar. als gt insecurely (v. also Frii?, Socin 
in Buhl** *), waver, whence ali sail (loan-wd. 
Fri’), JAram, xyp id., BH NH Yo? curtain ; 
thence hurl, sling; but this perh. denom. 
(Socin'®) fr. LENG loosened clod, cf. Syr.J¥Ncko 


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Map 
id. (N6 in Fra); Ar. ples sling, Eth. pad: 
Hibs 8S yop vb. sling, Syr. n. ISS8 sling) ;— 
Qal Pz. “ON ja82 yop Ju 20" one slinging (with) 
a stone at a hair; IP c. ace. pers. Je 108 J will 
sling forth the inhabitants. Pi. Impf. 3 ms. 
yopn 1S 17° and he slang (sc. the stone) ; sf. 
naypp? 25° he shall sling away (life of enemy). 
7a yop n.[m.| sling ;—abs. Pp 18 17%, 
YOPA AD 25” hollow of the sling (fig.); sf. WP 
17°; YoPMIIN Tb 41 sling-stones, so DYDD ’N 
2 Ch 26"; YOP"N Ze 9” is difficult: Marti™ 
(PRD; We Now ’P 132 sons of t 
t[ybp] n.m. slinger ;—pl. py>p aleoae 





1 [y oe] i n.{m. | curtain, hanging (P);— 
pl. abs. DyoP Hc oer Geo xemceur yop Sel 
+4 t. Ex, Nu 3” 4%—1 K 6? read Dydy, 


peti / vb. carve ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms.’p: 
c. 2 acc., carve walls with, 1 K 6”; c. acc. cogn. 
+ by v; c. acc, of thing carved v™. 
tnySen n.f. carving ;—cstr. “1D 1 K 638; 
pl. abs. niydpr Hes csur niyepe (after yop) bee 
bbp v. dbp. 
tripibo doubtful word, in phrase ’P viowiby 
jeeeals Pp oot 
19 530 (poss. would be fine point, cf. Aram. 


vidp be thin, hence ’p ’w tridens, E.V. forks, but 
against anal., v. esp. Dr). 


M2/? v. Dip. 


tSsenop n.pr.m. Kayound: 1. son of Nahor 
Gn 227, 2. Ephraimite Nu 34%. 3. Levite 
pioneer (B Sapound, A Kap., GL Key). 

PAP v. Dip. 

mrp (Vv of foll.; As. kam, perh. crush, 
grind; kému (=kemi?), four; NH=BH, so 
Y NMP, Syr. Jess; Vulg. Ar. £25 wheat; 
Eth. 9th: produce, fruit, vegetables ; cf. 
Egypt. kamah, Bondi”, kmh, a kind of bread, 
Erman 2™6¢ 2¥i 4892). 2), 

trap n./m.]| flour, meal;—abs. ’p 18 

mie 

m4, MP Is 477; estr. M22 Nu 5”;—Ju6” 
(material for unleavened cakes), 1517 28" 2 K 
4"; defined by nob (q.v.) Gn 18°, disting. fr. 
nob 1 K 5%; of barley (OMY) Nug(P), but 
2817%4 OON, ony, DP ; t+ other articles of 


Drop 

food 1 Ch 12" (van d. H. v); kept in a 73 

1K 17746; made by grinding Is 47°; ya nox 
‘p AVY! Ho 87, 

t[OMp] vb. seize (N H 7d., seize, grasp, 

press together ; Ar. bi bind together; Aram. 

bLP=BH; pano seize, compress) ; ;—Qal Impf. 


2 ms. sf. BEM Jb 16° and thou didst seize me. 
Pu. be snatched (untimely) Pf. 3 pl.iOBP Jb 22". 


+579] vb. be decayed (Syr. Sano be 
mouldy, decay); —Qal 7s 8, DD Goi 
Lebanon mouldereth ; 3 plaep 19° (of *)3D1 73). 

tp vb. enclose with the hand, grasp 
(NH id.=BH; & jOP; As. kimsu, kinsu, is 
a part of the body occurring in pairs, Meissn 
Suppl-§4) -__Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. POP) Ly 2? 5” 


(both c. ace. i312? NoD4 1D of source), Nu 5” 
(c. acc. +} of source ; all P). 


T [yp] n. closed hand, fist ;—sf. 
iwiop op his a co Ly 275”; take up ‘P23 6° 
in his fist (all P); pl. ps1op> Gn 41% the earth 
yielded by handfuls (i.e. abundantly ; E, acc. 
to most; P, Ball Holz, who questions text). 


wr (V7 of following; meaning unknown). 


eibp n.m., ”°°* eoll. thistles or nettles 


(G dxavOa, cf. Ki; GB urtica);—abs. “Pp, sign of 
desolation, Ho 9° (>van d. H. YP; cf. Baer 
De Complut. Var. 28. 3 (I nin), Ts 348 (+ DD , nin); pl. 
(Cneaiiie:, Thes NG ae Low?t40m.) p wap 
Pr yl Sa H, Dviviap ; |] 20). 


{2 ¥- pp. 


NIP (Vv of foll.; Ar. U3 become intenselr y 
red (or black), with Be NH A832? jealousy; 
Syr. whis lividus fuit, JUA23 pen envy (rare); 
vb. denom. NH 832, Aram. 83?, Eth. P34: all 


be jealous, zealous). 


TANIp n.f. ardour, zeal, jealousy (from 
colour produced in face by deep emotion) ; — 
abs.’p Nu 5“-+; estr. N82? Iso°; sf. ‘N8IP Nu 
25%4, etc.; pl. N82 Nu 5%89;_1_ ardour 
of jealousy of husband Pr 6™ 247*; ’P DY jealous 
disposition Nu 5%*"** (P); offering for jealousy, 
’P nny v*1825 (P); “PA NWN v9 (P); of rivalry 
Ee 4* 9°; Ephr. against Judah Is 11%; ardent 
love, || nanN Ct 8°, 2. ardour of zeal: a. 
of men for God Nu2z5""(P) 2K 10"; for the 
house of * 69". b. of God for his people, 


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mp 


esp. in battle Is 42" 63" Zc 14 87; “P byytp Is 
59%; nxt nwyn % “Pp 9°37"=2K19".. 38. 
ardour of anger: a. of men against adversaries 
p r19" Ib 5? (|| wys), Pr 14° (opp. BW 2). 
b. of God: against men, || 710 Ez 5% 16% 23” 
36%; || MEY 38%; || AY Dt 29” Ez 35"; + BN 
Is 26" Ez 36° Zp 1° 3° y 79°; TIPO “Pd bpp 
Ez 8° the anger-image provoking to anger; 
‘pn ’D alone vy’. 


T[Ls3p] vb.denom. Pi. be jealous, zealous 
Gerber™') ;—Pf. 3 ms. 82? Nu 25%+; 

‘N32 Zc scores Impf. 832% Is 11 Pr 23% 
ete.; Inf. abs. Nip 1 K 19"; str. sf. N27? Nu 
251; INN3P 2S 217; Pe. 83p Nu 11”; aay a 
jealous of, c. acc. MVM Nu 5 20 (P)o er 
rivalry Is 11, 2. be envious of, c. 1 pers., 
Gn 30! (E), 37° (J) +371 73° Pr 3% 23M 24h; 
c. acc. pers. Gn 26% (J), Ez 31°; ¢. 2 pers, 
y 106", 3. be zealous for: a. of man, c. 
pers. Nu xz” (J), 28.217; for God Nu25* (Ey 
TCT OMS aiNID ap Ni ogi (P). 7 b.sck God 
WIR DY? Ez 39%, INS Jo 2", WAND Ze 14 
iryd Ze 82, 4. excite to jealous anger, ¢ 
2 instr. Dt 327° (dub.; probably 38277 ; ef 
Vie) er Kage Hiph. ee to jealous 
anger; Impf. 3 mpl. sf. NIP? Dt 321%; WAX? 
¥ 78% (MOV); 1s, OWN Dt 5a ee 
metapl. 72? Ez 8* (Ges'”4, del. Co). 

TP adj. jealous ;—only of God: N3P OS 
Ex 20° (J)= Dt 5° (as punishing those who 
hate him), Ex 34% (J), Dt 4% 6 (demanding 
exclusive service); j2¥ N23? Ex 34" (J). 

Tsiip adj. id.;—Ni3p bas Jos 24" (E) (cf. 
Dt 6” supr.), Nah 1? (|| DP3)., 


LytIp vb. get, acquire NH=BHeseR 
| 84 


(Pun.) N2pd, property [in cattle]; As. kand, 
gain, acquire, Meissn™®; Ar, (25 (5, cs) 
acquire, procure; Sab. %3p ie possess, 
CIS: no. 89, 5.6 , Pp n. property Id» no. 8, 8. 29,3. ; Eth. 
Pi; ee subjugate; Aram. §2?, as ac- 
quire) ;—Qal,, Pf. 3 ms.’p Gn 25+; sf. J2P 
Dt 32°, WP Ly 27; 3 fs. MNP p 78; 2 ms. 
19) Ex 154, etc.; Impf. 3 ms.732) Ly22U4, 
Py Gn 330+; etc.; Jmv. ms. map Gn 47+; 
Inf. abs, 732 Ly 25° 1 Ch 21%, 3p 2S Q4e. 
estr, TP Pr 166 nip Pr 164, etc.; Pt. 
mp Dt 28%, mip Prig®+, ete. aber get, 
acquire (all poet.) : a. of God as originating, 
creating, 78) DYY 73p Gn 14”, Dt 32° (Isr.), 


PP 
139% (0°53); Pr 8 (nmonq.v.). b. of God 


as victoriously redeeming his people Ex 15" 
Ts1i" y 74? (|| DN) Obj. MiggeyGe On Of 
Eve, acquiring ['?, “"N® (i.e. with the help of), 
Gn 4'(J). d. of acquiring wisdom, know- 
Hedger (Onlve Piys) Dry wee ge Sree Tle 52) 
Pam tQ) 23 2, elsewhere buy Ex 21? (E), 
Gn 4) 7(5), 50° (2), bv 27” (H)2 Db 28° Ts:24* 
Je13! Ez 7" Pr2o%+4; 53? owner, as pur- 
chaser Liv 25" (P) Isi* Zer1’+. Niph. 
be bought: Pf 3 ms. 1373 Je 32%; Impf. 3 mpl. 
ay vy, Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. 2277 DIS Ze 
13°; AV makes denom. of 3? cattle; Thes 
RV Marti* Buhl caused (one) to purchase me, 
1.e. made me a bondman; < We Now GASm 
read ‘J.J? TIN.— Pe, 13P' v. NIP. 


TPP n.[m.]| thing got or acquired, ac- 
quisition (Aramaism, Lag™’™"); abs. ‘p Ez 
38°; estr.[2P Lv 22"; sf.423? Pr4’+, etc.;— 
1. thing acquired by purchase 4D }23? Ly 227 
(H1; cf. 12?); of property Gn 34% 36° Jos 144 
(all P), Ez 388 (in all disting. fr. 72)" cattle); 
[| MD y 1057; ID2P NPD Gn 31% (P; prob. 
doublet, @ om.); 73°2 73 42227722 Pr 47 with 
(or at the price of ) all that thow hast acquired, 
get understanding. 2. more gen.: coll. 
creatures & kriow p 104 (cf. /1 a). 

f 27D a) em. Hx10,26 cattle; —abs. “) Gn 
46"+ estr. 727 Gn 13’+; sf. 127 Gn 3%+, 
PIP Is 307% (Gesi**), etc.; pl. sf. (but v. K6 
ae) *2p'D Ex 17+, Da*3p'> Gn 4784 , ete. ;— 
1. cattle in gen., including cows, sheep, horses, 
asses, camels (any or all of them), as purchas- 
able domestic animals, Gn 47°17" Ex g3+ 
(J), 10% (E), Dt 3% (not in P), Jb1® y 78* 
Jeg? Ch 5”+; so prob. M3713 Das aw 
Gn 4° (J) of nomads, 72930 3?0 Gn 478 
(J). 2. specif. of cows, sheep, and goats 
in herds and flocks Gn 13?(J), 31°(E), v® 
367 46° Nu 32! (all P), Is 30% +4; 9 ‘YI¥ Gn 
46 (J), 2 "IY Gn 47° (P), cf.1 Ch 283; 7D yp 
Gn 1377 (J); disting. from 7292 Nu 31° (P), 
32° 2K 3; fr. pop Jos 14* (P) Ez 38%; from 
both Gn 34” 36° (P); 7p) jN¥ “9 2 Ch 32” 
my) TPa 1 Ec 27; “pa “i jx¥ “9 Gn 26" 47% 
(J); sheep only Gn 29" (J) Nu 32” (E).—3p0 
ATW Gn 49° (P) rd. MPH; TPIV OY AS MIP 
Jb 36 rd. 13? (Hiph. Pt.), or 732 (Pi. Pt.) 
metapl. fr. x9p, Hi Bo Di Du; 18 30” del. 
’2 G We Dral., v. esp. HPS. 

Trp n.f. purchase ;—abs. ’ Gn23'%+; 


estr. npr Gnu 147? +; sf. nop Lv 25% +4 ;—1. 


889 


1? 


purchase, \03 Np) Gn 1712837 Ex 12" (all P); 
2 BD document of purchase Je 320712416, 
2. purchase-price, Ly 25'*'**! 24” (P). 3. 
possession (gained by purchase), nape Gn 
2g la): 

Tammapa n.pr.m. (possession of ’) ;— 


Levit. musician 1 Ch 15'8*!, Max(x)eAd(ev)a, 
Makeva(s), Maxkavta(s). 


IL. TAP (Wof foll.; cf. As. kant, reed ; 
Ar. 5123 spear-shaft; Eth. PPT: goad; NH 
72?, Aram. SP, 445, all=BH. Hence Gk. 
kdvva, kavns, also xaveov basket (Lewy**™™), 
Lat. canna). 


MP = n.m.°"*)° stalk, reed ;—abs. ’p 1 K 
14° +; cstr. 3? Ez 40°+; sf. 722 Ex 25%! 37% 
=P (Gesi™*) Jb 31”; pl. O° Ex 25+ ; 
estr. 22 37°-+-; sf. O03) 25° 372; +1. stalk 
of grain Gn 41°" (E). +2. water-plant, reed, 
1K 14" Is19° (+590), 357 (+ 8198); coll., ‘P30 
Wy 68°" beasts of (the) reeds (dwelling among 
them), cf. T¥23/P "D2 Tb 407; asda PI Nypwrd 
2K 18%=Ts 36°, ‘Pp ‘Wd Ez 20°, all fig. of weak 
support; cf. {491 ’P Is 42° (spared by * say). 
+3. calamus, aromatic reed, AOI PP Je 6” 
(Ges5"), DYI-’P Ex30”(P); ’p alone Ez 27" 
Ts 43” Ct 4™. 4. derived meanings: ta. 
measuring-rod, 17137 13? Ez 40*° (6 cubits long, 
v. MDS) 427616171819" bh. unit of measure, reed 
(of 6 cubits, as As. kant) Ez 40°* + 10 t. 40, 42, 
+/—q id 41° full reed (emphat.). te. beam of 
scales, for scales themselves Is 46°. +d. shaft 
of lamp-stand Ex 25°'=37"(P). e. branches 
thereof, Ex 255298 371818416 ¢. 27, 347 
(all P). +£. shoulder-joint, Jb 31” (|| D2W). 

Trap n.pr. 1. of wady between Ephr. and 
Manass., /P 902 Jos 16149 (both P), Ka(pa)va, 
Kava, etc.; identif. by Rob*™*™'™ with Wady 
Kédnah, 8. and SW.of Nablis, ef. Bula] 928-101 1%, 
2.loc.in Asher, 19”, Kav()a(v), etc.; prob. Adana, 
SE. fr. Tyre Rob™®* *°* Buhl”, Egypt. Ka’nd 
WMM 4%" £181" and perhaps Tel Am. Kand. 

T JIpP n.pr.m.in Edom, Kevef: son of Eliphaz 
Gm36 = 11 Gig)” efoy 7 Chrcee 
and father of Othniel Jos15% Jur 3°" (v. Di® 
Bu RS9, Comm, Ju 1,13 GEM Jul, 13 ff. Mey Entstehung 115 7 

Ts33p adj. gent., c. art. ’P0, of Caleb Nu 
32” Jos14° (all JE); as ncoll. Gn 15” (in 
list; appar. S, Canaanitish people). 


3p ve PP, 


WIP 


T yy? n.m. cinnamon (prob. foreign wd., 
coming with the thing from remote E., ef. 


M‘Lean-ThDyer ®" ®-*"-; ep. with Malay hai- 
namanis by Rod ™* 8", kayti manis Lewy 
Fremdw.37 hut only hay, wood, given by Scott ™*" 
Words in nas JAOS xvii, xviii (1896, 1) Cla KLVVdpL@oV from 
Heb. (against ee *N1°°));—fragrant bark used 
as, spice: abs. 7p Pry” Ct que estr, DYAT}D3P 
Ex 307 (P) cinnamon of sweet odowr.—Vid. also 
Houghton-Tr8™"" DBs.v. Post Hastings DBs. v.. 

j2/ (v of foll.; mng.? NH jP nest, As.kinnw, 
kannu, nest, family; Aram. §3P, \is nest). 

te n.m.?*%® nest ;—abs. ‘Pp Is 10% +; cstr. 
“iP Dt 22°; sf. BP 327+, etc.; pl. O%? Gn 
6"%;—-1. nest, of bird Dt 22° Jb 39”; in sim. 
Is ro“ Pras sof nestlings Dt32" Is16*(MbW | 2); 
perhaps also *32?-DY Jb 29", but difficult, Che 
3QFuls, 897,578 Drop, [PY or "PID (cf. G); nest on 
high, of rock-dwellings Nu 247!(JE) Je 49” 
Ob*; fig. of Chaldeans’ secure abode Hb 2°; 
temple as secure home for Isr. y 84° (fig. of 
swallow). 2. cells, like nests, in Noah's ark 
Gn 6% (P; read prob. 0°23? D3, so Lag Ol 
Bu" Di Holz Gunk). 

TP] vb. denom. Pi. make a nest, 
nest ;—Pf. 3 fs. 733? Is 34”; 3 pl. 122 Ez 31° 
(in fig.); Jmpf. 3 ms. 23? ~ 104"; 3 fs. [3PM 
Je 48" (sim.). Pu. Pt. fs. nop (Ges!) Je 
22% Kt (Qr M3; cf. Ges'*) (thou) who art 
nested in the bodies (fig.). 


yp (V of foll; si vera 1:*cf Ar. as 


catch, capture, ensnare). 


Typ] n.[m.] snare, net (si vera 1.);— 
pl. estr. (Ges'*) PP ‘IP PXwA AR-AY Tb 


18’ how long will ye lay snares for words (catch 
at words, talk without knowledge)? so Castle 
JDMich and most, but sense strange; Vrss 
transl. end, so Thes al. (expl. ‘y3p [very dub. ] 
as Aram.),rd. then }‘? (with sg.vb., after G), Me 
Bi Siegf Du, and del. TINT Du. 


Tap n.pr.loc, Kaaé, Ka(a)va, EK. of Jordan 
Nu 3a! (JE) 1Ch2™; perh. Kanawat on W. 
slope of Hauran mountains (Buhl), 

DDD (v7 of foll.; appar. orig. divide, assign 
(deity), Ar. {23 divide, distribute, x. get a part 
allotted to oneself, especially by drawing lots 
[with headless To at a sanctuary (cf. esp. 


22174) 2 197. a swear; v. also qth: Pian; 
Iv. use divination, so Y ODP, Syr. Pe NDDP 





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To Wp 
divination ; see esp. RS JPhil. xiii (1885), ae W eBkizzen 
lif, 127.167; Heid. 2.182 ff. J),,.Dt 18, any, 

Toop n.[m.] divination ;—abs. “Pp Nu 
237 4. top Hz 21°? éstr. Dee 133 pl. D*25P 
Dt 184 5— : Balaam, Nu 
ee eee in JE; a lo vee OF ivegt 3 ag ace. 
cogn. ‘P-ODP? Ez a1; ”D as instr. of divination 
D2 v™; so of elders of Moab and Midian, 
O23 DOP, Nu 227 ages 2$v. [DBP]. 2. 
of false proph. 333 ’P Ez 13° (but v. [DD?]); ’p 
as acc. feet: Ezi 33 (< Co Berthol Krae 312 as 
Vue Ge aa bs DN P (so Gf for MT bibs) Je 
r4™ (all || sy nin or apy’); DXDP DBP pro- 
hibited Dt 18” 2K 147%; reprobated 1815” 
(poem; || D!AIN). 3. in good sense *N5Y DY ’P 


I) Pr 16" (king’s lips as oracle). 





Toop] vb.denom. practise divination;— 
Qal Impf. 3 mpl. WP 2 K17", wODPY Mi 3%; 
2 fs, NIODPN Ez 13°; Imv. fs. ‘OP 18 288 
Qr (Kt DP); Inf. est. Db? Mi 3° (Buhl Obp), 
“DDP Ez 214 “pibP Ez 21” (r ead DD? Co Buhl), 
esp. Pt. Oop Dt 138 Is 3”, etc.;—1. of diviners 
of the nations, Balaam, Jos 13” (D), Philist. 
18 67(|| pvnD), Bab. Is 44” (|| Ox3n) Ez 217 
ef. NW Pp Ez 2178 (but rd. ODP), + Is 2° (ins. prob. 
Db, > OD?, or DOP) ; Vie DP 1 b); of Can. 
necromancers Ji82 1§ 2 Nl py Dtrs" 
of Ammonites 13 “Ez a1 Ce pers.). 2. 
false proph. of Isr. | 1m Mi 3° (2 ODP; || Nn), 
vy’; Is? (+235 cf. 'v*), || eas e270 
D223 Mi 3”, || "pe min Ze 107; || ew min: ’p 
DOP Ez 13% (but v. OOP), Wd “Pp Ez 13° 22%, 
+ 13° (rd. #9DP}, or [Co Berthol] inf. abs, DDD}, 
Vrss. Toy). 3. DDD? ’P prohibited Dt 18! 
2 ae Fas 

ee n.[m.] divination; cstr, DDPd 

nM Ez 12% (| sw pin); 2x3 ODP Ez 137 
‘i ne mind). 


1[DDP] vb. Po‘. strip off (so context 
requires; verb otherwise ae ;—Impf. 
3 ms. DDIPY AIBN) Ez 17° and its fruit shall 
he not strip off? 


NDP v. np. 

Typ n.pr.loc. KeeAa: in Judah, to- 
ward Philistines’? P £8 23'+ 73 tae (rbyp, 
vi); Jos15**(P), cf. 2Ch 4" (geneal. scheme), 

post-ex. | nD YP 08 Ne 3%; mod. Kila, c. 8m. 


NW. from Hebron, GASm %#"-?° Buh] es" 195; 
cl. TelAm. Kiltt Wk18* 111,18 ete. 


YPYP 

MYpP (V of foll.; NH YpyP usu. pull, tear 
(or cut) down, off, Levy*"”® Ecclus 10” (cf. 
rar eee, 3) aled.as) tow lLyt97, encise, 
appar. reduplicated fr. a »/y)p (‘Thes) or yyp). 
Typyp n.[m.]| incision, imprintment, 
tattoo; Lv 19° (H),v. nana (Roa i. 316; 2nd ed. a 


ay - (7 of foll.; cf. Ar. 5x3 be deep, of well, 


*23 come to bottom of well, vessel, also make 
well deep; 11. hollow out (Dozy) as deep, of 
well, bowl; Nab.yp hollow or carve out (Sachau 
8B Ak, 1996, 1057) - Sy, | So, calyx, acorn-cup, well ; 
Bondi” cp. Egypt.maqadar, bottom part of oven). 

TY) 4 n.f. dish, platter (IP) (NH id.) ;— 
abs. Pp Nu 7°; estr. WD NIYP Nu 7¥+4 11 t. 7; 
pl. cstr. 12 NYP 7%, all of dedication gifts ; as 
utensils in tabern. pl. abs. MYP 4’, sf. MOYP 
Pans 7 |. 


T[T7IAY Pw] n.£. depression, hollow (on 
T ef ! : , 
format.y. Ges” ') ;—pl. Mypey Ly 14* in wall. 


T[NDP] vb. thicken, condense, congeal 
(cf. Syr. |&0 heap up, collect) ;—Qal Pf. 3 pl. 
nnn WP Ex15% (song) thedeeps were condensed, 
became firm walls ; Jmpf. wap’ Ze 14° Kt (i.e. 
PREP? [poss. is also NDP Niph.]) Thes al. 
- glorious(?) ones [stars] shall contract (dwindle), 
but rd. Qr NPL y. foll. Pz, DI WOW-PY DNDPT 
Zp 1% the men who are thickening on their lees 
(easy-going men, under figure of undisturbed 
wine). Hiph. Jmpf. 2 ms. sf. NEPA Jb 
10” didst thou not curdle me like cheese (of 
formation of foetus)? 


TNE n.|m.] congelation;—Zc14° Qr 


[>Kt v. /Qal Impf.], so G S Symm We Now 
(with other change, but see GASm), v. 7%. 


T [73/7] vb. Pi. gather together, roll up 


(Ar. 5a wind turban snugly; Aram.75?, do, 
Ithpe. be drawn in, together ; also N'J5%p, Je 200, 
porcupine; so Ar. (s) 5425 (cf. Lag ®* ®), Eth. 
b4¢H:) ;—Pf. 1s. N18P Is 38° TL have rolled 
up, like a weaver, my life (i.e. finished it; 
Buhl’ 8 H- [of], but 3 ms. foll. of ”). 
Tp n.[m.] porcupine (fr. rolling itself 
together ; G exivor (alw. pl.), B erictus, BoM it 
cap, 36 Post Hastings DB EERE 8 > (from context) bit- 
tern Tr “°° Hi Che Gu*™"; v. discussion by 
M‘Lean-Shipley™"% ®” pe) ;— as haunting 
desolate places, Is 14” Zp 2", W5P Is 34". 


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m3 

Tip] njf., Albr74¥ xvi (1896), 116 ea Stas] 
shuddering (cf. 20, of skin, =D y- 119”, 
v. Thes) ;—abs. 827775? Ez 7% (read ANZ Co 
Krae, and on tone v. Ges‘”®), 

DP (Vf foll.; cf. Ar. 5.5 leap, spring; 
so Y TBP (rare), v. Syr. Jao id., Jicto weasel). 
Tap n.f. arrow-snake (Ar. ous, so Bo 


Hieroz. Pars post. iii. cap, 11 (citing Avicenna’ 1ete cf. Thes 


Lag****), and most moderns; ef. Dozy*** PS 
1375 ad ae = akovrias Aelian =: Anim. vi. 18, viii. iy called 
‘PD as leaping from trees on passers-by ; but ag. 
this v. Houghton 4%* 4Pr- 74.186 22 (arrow-snake 
does not incubate) Post™**??"™°7 who conj. an 


owl (as AV)) ;—Is 34”, token of desolation. 
tYDpP vb. draw together, shut (N al = 


IBEt 2 An ais collect, conjoin, tie; Syr..m&o 
draw together, contract, withdraw (cf. No™*: 
ZMG xxxiil (1879), 516) » ¥ YOP hasten (double oneself up 
in running), Pi. hop, spring) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 
‘P77, etc.; Impf. 2 ms. YEPA Dt15’; 3 mpl. 
WEPY Is 52°;—shut hand Dt 15’ (c. [2 away 
from, so as not to lend; opp. nnd v°); mouth, 
in astonishment Is 52", in abject silence Jb 5"° 
107%; fig. YON] P 77° shut up his com- 
passion. Wiph. Jmpf. 3 ms. PDP. Jb 24* 
si vera l., they draw themselves together, of con- 
traction in death (cf. Di Bu; Ol HSIBY are 
gathered in). Pi. Pt. MIYRII-PY PRED Ct 2° 
springing (i.e. making repeated contractions of 
body, in taking leaps) upon the hills (|| 1710). 


Vie V. P¥p. 


[23/7] vb. cut off, shear (?) (NH 23? 
decide, determine, Pi. chop meat; Palm. xayp 
butcher, so Syr. |5'6, JAram. N2¥P, and Ar. 
Baas as loan-word Fra’; Ar. e3 also is cut 
off a branch) 3— Qal /mpf. 3 ms. YY~AYP" 2 K 6° 
he cut off a stick; Pt. pass. fpl. niawpn Vy 
Ct 4° a flock of (sheep) that are shorn (?). 

Tayp n.m.'*°* 1. cut, shape; 2. ex- 
tremity ;—1. ’p abs., shape of cherubim 1 K 6” 
(+ i192), of bases 7°°(+2d.). 2. extremity, pl. 
estr. OY *A¥P Jon 2’ the extremities (bottoms) 
of (the) mountains (=n9N sayp Ecclus 16"). 


7s [TSP] vb. cut off (NH ad., separate, 
Ph. nyp cut off, exterminate; Aram. 8¥?, J* 


break off (e.g. bread); Ar. Las be remote, wes 
remote extremity) 3—Qal Inf. D’Sy niyp Hb 2” 
cutting off many peoples; Vrss DI8P (/pyp); 


rep 


Gr Now conj. DIY. = Pi. Inf. cstr. 2 nispo 
2K 10” to cut off in Israel ; read prob. Aispd 
to be angry with, & Wi Che ™os™ 62 Comm.) 
Kmp™ Kit Benz, 8 Gr p>; Pz. D122 NYPD 
Pr 26° (fig.), \sHiph. Pf, 3 pl isp diva 
ace. dust; Inf, estr. MISPT v*, acc. house, in 
both appar. =Y3P scrape, scrape off (q.v., v""*), 
and so prob. read, viz. Y¥PT, WYP, RSP 
xvi (2888), 72 Tr -Wh Di-Ry Baen. 

Mi? in n.[m.] end, extremity, only sg.: 
abs. ’P Gn19*+ 3 t.; cstr. TSP Ju 6+; sf. 
NYP Gn 474 4 t.; DiPNP() Ez 337 (sg.; Ges 
$9555). pl. (estr.) supplied by NSP, v. foll.;— 
1. end, of staif Ju 6", rod 1814", curtains 
Hx 001 PE eciais()s mol conduit play, 
river, = mouth v** (prob.), Jos15°° 18"; of field 
Gn 23°, valley Jos 15°, tribe v”, sea v? Nu 34° 
(all P); of territory (22) Nu 20% (JE; just 
without), 22°° (EH; just within), cf. Hz 25° (al. 
sub 3); MYPW) DryE"ia “PE Gn 47” (J); 
ef, pO->N /PITID Ex 26% = 36" (of side of 
tabern.) ; naiby MPI Ez 48' at the northern 
extremity, cf. JON ‘Pi Jos15(P); of earth, 
FNC) /PP Is 5% 438 Dt 28° (all || ITB), Ts 
42° + 4 $5 phr. PIS] PW! YIN) PP Dt 13? 
28” Je 25%, of land 12% (cf. Is 26"); of earth, 
abbrev. “87 /P~TY 25%! Is 48” 49° v 46", pnby 
81 Is 62"; of earth, PINP2 Pr17%, 220 /P3 
¥ 19°; DYOWD PP Is 13° (|| PW PINS), y 197 
(|| BESP-y), “WA Pa Dt 30'=Ne 1%; WT ‘pI? 
imepen ey sD ty 2. border, outskirts, of 
city 189% 14? Jos 4° 18", camp Nur1'(JE); 
esp. to one approaching Ju 7° 2 K 7°*, so of 
armed force Ju", people Nu 22*'(E), 23” 
(JE; emphat.’P DES, opp. 152), mt. Ex 19”(E), 
Jos 18% (JE); see.also 3° (D), v’ (JE), Ex 13” 
= Nuss Exo N38" Jos13” (all.P); Rug! 
+3. condensed term for what is included within 
extremities, =the whole: )O8 PP) Gn 47?(J), ef. 
Ez 337; abs. NSP) Gn19* (J) =in (its) entirety; 
=on all sides, Je 517450” (TSP for 2"), Gie); 
so SP) Is 56% Di, but om. “P G Du Che 
Marti. 4. 7S? at the end of a certain time 
Jos 9 (JE), 28 24°+8 t. 

TEP n.f. et (pl.) m.™™” end (pl. 4 t. £. 
| c.num.mase. |, Albr74¥ *¥! 0%. % changes gender 
of num. in all, or regards as irregular agree- 
ment in gender(Ges$”°); otherwise K6™ 19"); 
—abs. ‘Pp Ex 25%+; pl. estr. ni8p 1 K127! +; 
sf. MIP Ex 2474+ (so also Ex 37° 39! Qr; 
Kt invyp, ef. NY? infr.), etc.;—1. end, sg. of 





892 


YP 
MBD in tabern. Ex 259 = 345%; of curtain 
264= 36"; elsewh. pl., NB20 /P 25°%=37’, ef. 
25°= 37°; of ephod 28'= 30°, breasteplate 
2378.24.26 — ao Pie. chains 28 8G 5, erating 
27‘ (appar.=corners); tips of wings 1 K 6%; 
of vine Ez15*; /I89 ‘Pends of the earth Is 40% 
4? Jb 28%; DYOwWO Pp VAIS Je 40°, cf. 1975 
ya “‘P Jb 26", i.e. the mere edge, minute 
part, of his doings. 2. DYN Nip) = from the 
whole of (fr. among) the people, 1K 12" 13”, ef. 
Jur8 2K 17”(v. also Ecclus 16", and 1¥? 3). 
Tryp (BaerM¥P)n.[m. ]end (on Bases 
and [on n] Ko* 1,85) -—_only “Pp [R, ust. ae no 
end to (of), Is 277 Na 2 3°; abs. T¥P PS v?. 
Thy] n.[m.] end, boundary (on form 
K6"»");—only pl. estr. PINNSE ends of the 
earth 48" 65°; boundaries of the land Is 26”. 
Typ n.f. end (Lag?*” Ges®");—cstr.’p 
Ne 7(Gi Baer,v” van d. H.) +; sf. B03? Dn1°; 
pl. abs. MI¥P Ex 38° y 65° (+ perh. innyp Ex 
37° 39° Kt. v. 182; Ko"? der. these pl. forms 
ire [28P]);—1. end, of corners of grating Ex 38° 
(|| YOISP 27°), cf. Ex 37° 394 supr. (all P); ends 
of earth 65°. 2. NYPD (some) from the 
end of, some of (2 3b) Ne 7® (so NH), Dn 17, 
3. “P'D at the end of a certain time Dn 1°, 
IL. STS) (of foll. (OS Ko"***); ef. 
Ar. ee decide judicially, decree, uel Kadi). 
T psp n.m.”""'S chief, ruler (prop.decider, 
Chapa 48) ;—abs. P Jurr+; estr. PP Is 3°; 
pl. estr. "2¥P Isi®+; sf FIYP Is 22*;—1. 
chief, commander in war Jos 10% (JE), Ju 11°" 
(|| M89), Dn 2. dictator, Is3% 3. 
more gen., ruler, man in authority, Is 17° 22° 
Mi 3™; of ants, ‘P PS Pr 67 (4-788, >yin),— 
Pr 25” read probably ‘$2 (Toy). 
nip v. NYP. 


TTS) (7 of foll.; mng. unknown; NH NMyP 
= DEAT oa eis seeds used for seasoning). 

Tryp n.m.**?" black cumin (Vigella 
sativa Linn.; & peddvbrov, Y gith, id.; cf. 
Ty NHB 444; Smith DB 2nd ed. Fircues Poot Hastings DB =) = 
plant with small black acrid seeds, used as 
condiment: abs. ’p Ig 28-27-27, 

Ak VSP vb. serape, scrape off (NH id., 
also NY*¥P—=BH, ¥ NYSP, Ar. plas fine dust); 
—Hiph. zd. Jmpf. 3 ms. Y3¥P. NBT Ly 14". 


MMYISP 
els [Typ] n.f. cassia, a powdered bark, 


like cinnamon (hence Gk. xacia, Lat. casia, 
Lewy #4. ays —pl. niy yp (mids 11) 45° 
(Che now P34 are shed, v. in Env Bib. Cassia, m.) 


;im TPS n.pr.f. (cassia, ig fragrance) — 
Job’s second daughter Jb 42", Kao(c).ay (ace.). 

T [Hyypa] n.(f.] scraping tool, used in 
fashioning idols s—pl. nipypa Is 44%, 


TIL YS (“of foll.; of Aram. YOR, who 
cut off, in Ar. es Brea of (if for ces 


RSV) alk place where something is cut 


off or ends abruptly RS™; Sab. yyp appar. 
cut off, or the like, Sab Denkm"). 


yEPN n.m.***7! place of corner-struc- 
ture, (inner) corner-buttress (as (place of) 
cutting off of an inner angle if rightly expl.; 
v. Re) j—abs. “Db Ne 3%+, pix- Ne 3+; 
estr. Y¥- Ez 46°™!; pl. abs, NYSP Ex 267 36”, 
estr. niy- Ez 46”, syiypto v7, also NY¥PID Ex 26% 
36° Di (not Pu. Pe. fr, Y¥P Thes Buhl’ al.), 
but rd. prob. NY¥P, so SS Baen; sf, YOiPSp 
Ez 41”;—corner-post of altar Ez 41”, tabern. 
Ex 26%%=36*; (inner) buttress-place of court, 
where the small corner-courts were, Ez 467)": 
“1. of inner (rock- ?) buttress at NE. corner of 


wall of Jerus., “3, nearly=n.pr., Ne 3°, 
also (disting. fr. 135) v4 2Ch 26°. 


ee 


YEP vb. denom. Hoph. Pz. niyypq2 (Ew 
gid O15 Gesi ts) Ez 46” cornered? set in 
corners? del. with M (cf. O1) G GY Hi Ko*)™ 
Co Berthol Toy Krae.—Ex 26” 36” vy. Y¥P1. 

fli Sp vb. be wroth (NH id., Hiph. 
make wrathful (rare); Syr. 270 be wrathful, 
also be anxious, fearful); —Qal Pf. 3 ms. ‘? Gn 
41+, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 8?" Lv 10°+, etc.; 
Inf. estr.\8?P Is 54°; Pt.\¥P Ze 1°;—be wroth: 
1. of God; abs. Dt 1* Is gy ieatat 647 Ze 1)? 
c. bY against, Ly 108 Nu 16”(P), Dt 9” Is 47° 
a4 bas Zor He 5° cy oS Jos 22° (Py 
Bor man; abs: Est'y'*27" 2 kK 5's ¢ by Gn 
40° a (EB) Ex 16" Ly10o” Na3rt(P), Je37° 
18 291 2K 13". Hiph. Pf. 2 ms. HSS) Dt 9’; 
2 mpl. BRDYPI v8; Impf. 3 mpl. 32322 y 106”; 
Inf. estr. PypO ZG 3 Repl DYDYPD ese 
provoke to wrath, c. acc. Dt gis Zo 8%; 
(acc. om.) y 106". Hithp. put oneself a a 
rage: Pf. 3 ms. consec. *)¥PNiN) Is 8”, of hard- 
pressed people. 


893 


YP 
TI. FSP n.m.?** 7 wrath ;—abs.’p Nu1®4; 
XP Jos 22%+; estr. SP Je5o0%+; sf. BY? 
Is 60%; JBXP 38°, JBXP 102", BYP Je 101, — 
Le ot God Saba Nuz7™ (PP). Diz simeo. 
J@TO' 821% 32°eo 836 "ogee ley c. bY 
against Nu 1* 18° ie O soe, (Eye 2 a a4 
LChay** 2Chi1o7 4 29 aa sl sa qe iC 
Pp AyWa Is 54°. 2. of man (late), Est 18 
Ke 5°.—Ho 107 vy. 1. 4}¥?. 


ILS) (v of foll.; Ar. 3.25 break, snap off ). 
TrDyp n.f.a snapping or splintering (on 


abstr, formation v. Ba***);—Jo 1’ (of fig-tree; 
| 7. 

II. AYP n.[m.] prob. splinter ;—only ‘P32 
pro ypnby Ho 10’ (sim. of helpless king). 

[V 8/2] vb. cut off (NH id., also 12 end; 
As. kasdsu, hew off, cut off, kissatu, boundary- 
storie Delser Pag eae sects Hilprarimegi e ie 
U5 cut, clip, cut off; Aram. /$?, cut off, 
REP, 8 end) ;—Qal Pf. 2 ms. consec. ANSP} 
Dt 25" (acc. 723); Pt. pass. pl. estr. ND SP 
Jeg” 22 40m (v. DNB a Pi. Pf. 3 ms. 73? 
y 129%, P! consec. Ex 39° p 46", /¥P 2 K 18%; 
Impf. y3xPn 167+, etc.;— cut or hew on 
thumbs, toes, Jur, hands and feet 28 4"; cué 
in two, spear (IM) y 46”, threads Ex 30° (P), 
cords y129*(fig.); cwé in pieces, vessels (of 
gold) 2K 24% 2Ch28*; bases (M2193) 2K 16" 
(so Kit Benz, transposing nin3d%3), doors 2K 
18" (both, for the sake of metal sheathing), 
Pu. Pi. pl. D¥¥P Ju 1’ hewn off (as v' supr.). 

YP gg Wm. ™”"° end ;—’p abs. Am 87+, cstr. 
Gn 42+, "NY Dn 8%; sf. 8? Is 37% +, T¥P || 2K 
19”, etc.;—1. end, usu. of time, esp. in ie 
{212 at the end of a definite time Gn 8° (J), 417 
(E), 16° (P)+15 t., +71 72 Est 2”; indef, 
Gn 43(J) 1K 177 Te 13°; so (late) YP of indef, 
time 2 Ch 18? Ne13° Dn 11"; defin. NN¥ ny 
Dw pd ‘Pt 2Ch 21; end of life, of a people 
Am 8? Ez 772-385 Je er)? La 4 ef. (of all flesh) 
Gn 6% (P); of individ. Jb 6" 39° (|| 22 NT), 
Dn 9”* 11; in eschatol. sense, 2 }i2 NY time 
of final punishment (Toy) Ez 21*°** 35°; ypd 
Hb 2° to the end ; esp. Dn, of time of Antiochus’ 
persecution, foll. by A.’s death, }*2 NY teme of 
the end 87 11> 724 “PD TVD 8%; of, PDT P1233, 
‘D alone 9*° 1218; end, cessation, abs. TYiD2 
bit: ninpaa ’P 12°, of wordsJ b 16°, darkness 28°, 


yep 
perfection y 1 19" ; ‘PPS no end, of peace Iso’, 
iniquities Jb 22°, toil Ec 48, DBD ivy 12”. 
2. end, in space, nsp jon 2K 19” ats vd 
lodging-place =Is 37° (v. iby Ps 583) 
of multitude Kc 4*°.—Je 50” vy. AYP 3. 
Typ n. pr. loc. (fr. above +/ 2) ;—only 
in ’P PY in Benj., Jog 18°, Apexacers, ete. 
T psp] adj. at the end, outermost ;— 


fs. N3S°P, of curtain (NY")') Hx 264%" = 361", 
ins. ie prob. 26° = 36” so Kit (in Di) Ban. 


FLISP], 1 WS (Gesttte Stat?) vb, 


be short (NH TSP short, WSP shorten, Ar. 


eee 


3 shorten, 5.23 be short, c. ur= come short of; 
JAram. TP be short); —Qal Pf. 3 ms. 7? 
Is 28° Mi2‘ (SS TSP fr. adj. \3P); 3 fs. TYP 
Is 50° 591; Impf. 3 fs. Wn Jb2r*+, 3 fol. 
MDWPA Pr 10%; Inf. abs. “iyp AgiG set. pass. 
fol. NYSP Ez 42°;—Le short, of bed Is 28” (fig.), 
of niavip Ez 42°; esp. (fig.) of ” 72, ie. be 
ineffective, powerless Nu 11° (JE), c. } comp. 
Is 0? (inf. abs.), 591; c. Y53, 0,—be im- 
patient (opp. [728] Hiph. 1 (c)): O99 wa) Pm 
Nuz1**(JE), of utter discouragement, cf, (of 1) 
Jb 214; WD) “PM Ju 16" ie. he was worn out 
(by importunity), so of proph. (representing ’%) 
Ze 118 (3 pers.) reach limit of patience with, 
endurance of; of Ju 10% (1 rei); ” 0 /P 
Mi 27 (v. supr.); “Pp of time +Pr 10” (years of 
wicked). ‘Pi. shorten Pf. 3 ms. "2. 13? 102”, 
Hiph. zd., Pf. 3 ms. 9) %D) MPT py 88°. 

T [AYP] adj. short ;— in phr. YY? 2 K 
19” short of hand, feeble, =Is 37”; fig. “3? 


DAS Pr 147 = impatient, so 1 WP v™ (opp. 
DYAN FIN); of time DD WP tIb1 4" short-lived. 


Tryp n.[m.]| shortness ;—cstr. 1 “P Ex 
6° (P)= impatience. 


7 i. [8] vb. reap, harvest (NH id., also 


VSP harvest; cf. As.kasdru, join together, collect; 
v. D126 Zehupf ®48' (not Syr. Ao bind, 
Eth. BAG: [RB2:] constringere, v. Nb 7™e™ a0) 
wey —Qal Pf 3 pl. MSP Je 12”, etc.; Lmpf. 
3 ms. N¥P* Is17*° Hort Pr 22° Kt (Qr “T¥P%) 5 
3 mpl. payp? Ru 2°, etc.; Zmv. mpl. MP Ho 
14: Inf. estr, WPd 1884; sf. JRE Lv 

23", DIP 19° 23": Pz. Wip Jeo*+, etc.:— 
reap, c.acc. of op acc. cogn. VSP 18 6% 8” 
(4 2), Livit 9’ 29% Shall EG 2439; acc. of 
grain Is17° (fig.; || D8), Jb 24° (Qr; Kt vid. 


894. 





Sale, 


Hiph.), cf. Ly 25°(H), v"' (P; + 33), so (obj. 
oa 2 K19”=Is 37°, Mi 6” (opp. 9%), Ly 
19°? 23” Ru 29 Ke 114(+92); obj. YP Je 12" 
(opp. Y2); Pé.=reaper Am 9% (+ WN), Je 7 
(sim.), y 129’ (|| %YD),4+Is 17° (for V3P, so 
Buhl! 13 Marti); pl. 2 K 48 Ru oes Ee Ls fig. 
of reaping fruits of righteousness Ho 108 
(+31}), of evil Ho 87 (both. : YM), 108 (+1), 
Jba® (420, Po) aPrigee iv 126° they that 
sow (Yt) in tears shall Soap in joy. Hiph. 
Impf. sp Jb 24° Kt (< Qr NSP, v. supr.). 
ae V8? n.m.’°** harvesting, harvest (cf. 
Lag®*"*); — abs. “Pp Gn45°+, estr. V¥P Ju 
15'+; sf. JSP Ly 19°+, etc.;—harvest: 1. 
process of harvesting, Gn 45° (E; + wenn), Ru 
shel 2. what is reaped, harvested, crop, spec. 
of grain: Gn 8” ( +31; J), Is17" (fig.; ef. 199; 
I PIN), ON? 7p 2.357 id.) Le, exported g grain of 
Egyp & pon ’? Ex 34” (JE), ins, also 28 24% 
(@ Th We Dr al. ), ‘P BR? Ly 19% 23”; ’p as 
eaten Je 5% Jb 5° (but rd. here Msp G Me Bu . 
al., ef. Bey >a a7"); aS acc .cOgn, Cs? tome e 
Dn 24” Lv 19% 2328p MDD Ly 25° (all H), 
Don “P18 6; of ripe grain Is 17 (AYP), 4% 
(P bvia); fig. of punishment Ho 6"; of vintage 
Is 169 (|| "2; rd. prob. V¥2 as || Je 48”, Buhl 
) 3. time of harvest, Ex 347 (+W0; 
JE),°2 5 21 (23% rd. M83 ag lla Chroma 
GL Th We and most), Is 9? (sim.), 18° (fig.), 
Je 5%, |) p22 8° Pr 6° 10° 26! (sim.); opp. Th 
ne) p ‘O’ Jos 3” (JH), 25 21°°) > pi brea 
Co (a7 \ny Je 50° 51% (fig.); of wheat- 
harvest, DON“? %D* Gn 30% (J), Ju rs', without 
De Rie Oe aie sion 1S 12”; barley 
harvest, DYY(T)P 2S 21°? Rur™ 2%; Wyp On 
Is 184; “P30 Ex 23%°(E). On harvest in Pal, 
vy.Vo gel gt Landwirthsch. 57 ff. Hayman Smith DB AGRICULTURE 
—Is 17° rd. SP, v. WP. 

Tu. VSP n.m.*7" usually coll., boughs, 
branches (connex. with above »/dub.);—abs. 
‘> Jb 143; sf. ‘PEP Jb 20” (in figs | Pay 
IVsp 18% (fig.; || <d.); AYSP Is27"; pl.sf 
PSP Ay Sor. 

NEP v. I. myp. 

Dideapey slap. 

LN VP 


vb. call, proclaim, read (NH 
TIT 724 


id., read aloud, read; Ph. xp call, Ar. ii 
read aloud, recite (the ‘ Kor’an’), eU al the 
Koran; Aram. S1P, Ji call, etc. so OAram. 


Deora: 


NP 


xp, Nab. id., Palm. id., mp);—Qal.,,, Pf. 
‘9 Gn11°+, 3 fs. consec. NNTP) Is 74 (Ges'™?) ; 
2ms. D8 Jur2'+, etc.; Lmpf. 3 ms. &1?? 
Gn 2+; sf. WIP" Je 23°, nN- Is 4174+; 1s. 
SIPS Dt 32°+, ANIPN] 1S 28” (Ges'#? Nes 
were.78); 3 fpl. TARP Ru 47", NPM Nu 257; 
2 fpl. FINIPA Ru 1"), etc.; Jmv. ms, SIP 
Juy+, sf. ISP 50%, etc.; Inf. estr. SP 
1$3°+, MNP (Baer nk-) Ju 81 (Ges’*"); sf. 
WP v 42+, etc; Pt. act. SYP Ams5*+, NP 
Jer®+; pl. ON P W095 (Ges!™'%); vase. 
RMP Est 5”; pl. DSM 159” Ez 23%, DSP 
1S9%+; cstr. ‘SOP Nu 1 Qr (Kt 'x7p), 26° 
Kt (Qr "NP, v. 81P)j;—1. a. call, ery, utter 
a loud sound, Jug’ 28 18” (in v® read 21") 
We, confirmed by GL, so Dr and all recent 
Comm.), Je 4° Dn 8” (all+ 71x), 2 K 7" (on 
text v. Kit Benz), Is 6*; for help Gn 39”8(J); 
of pleading in court Is 59* (3 of manner); ex- 
plicitly 2112 >ip2 Gn 39" (J), 1K 1878 2K 
188 =1s36%= 2 Ch 32", O73 PIP Ezo!(+°2183); 
c. “INS pers. 18 20% (4+ VON), 24° (Gi; v? 
van d. H. Baer; +7%&>), Jer2°. b. call, cry, 
obj. in orat. recta Ju 7” 18 3* (rd. Dar SID ; 
@ Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS), v° (cf. G), v* (agst. 


accents), v° (v. ONY), 20% 28 20% 2K 11% | 


Je 20° Lv 13; =utter, speak Je 36%; of com- 
mand Gn 45) (E). 2. a. call unto some one: 
DN pers. (oft.+ M28; sts. c. 12 loc.), Gn 3° 19° 
Ex 3* Is6* + oft.; ¢. Dy (for Dt) of satyrs Is 34" 
(so Vrss Ges Che°™™ al. >recent Comm. from 
ar. 892 or 172 which (in Qal) alw. take accus.); 
unto (O&) ’* (God), in praise ty 66" 1 Ch 4”, 
usu. for help, Jur5% 15128 Ho 7’ 3° 4'4+, 
4 dy pers. against Dt 15°24"; to (5) * (God) 
qbi4 59141"; to (5) a servant (for service) 
2K 4% Jb 19, so (8) 28.1"; call to (9) one 
Je 3' (+orat. rect.), La 4% (id.), Pr 2° (72D) ; 
subj." Mi6? Je35". ob. ery for help, abs., 
(poet.and late) Ze 7" Is 58° 65% Jb5* 9” Pr2i¥® 
v4? 20+ 10 t. ph (147° of young ravens) ; 
Ik2 Ez 8". c. if nwa ’P call with name of ” 
(i.e. use it in invocation): Gn 4% 12° 2K 5" 
Je1ro™=wW79°+ 16 t. (1 K 18” of specif. appeal 
to” to-display his power), + Is65'(v.Pu.); with 
name of Baal +1 K.18%-?*6, d. late, c. acc.dei Is 


437 vr4it 4 teyy; abs.W116%. 3. proclaim: 


a. c. acc, rei procl. Am 4° Gn 41* Dt 157 Je 31° 
Ly 25+; Di “Pp proclaim a fast 1 K 21°? 
Je 369+,” ‘Tid P Ly 2374; “P sq. orat. rect. 
Ex 34°, etc.; sq. 5 pers. Je 3497-7 Ts 61", by 
pers. (against, concerning) 1 K 13° Je 49” 


895 


RP 


Lar”; proclaim peace to (5 pers.) Ju2r™; ef. 
niovyd MON Dt 20%; ’p c¢. acc. cogn. NPD 
Is1™, MN7PT Jon 32(+28). b. 7 DY/P D328 
¥ 99°; so (earlier) “7 DY2 ‘P Ex 33” 34° (JE); 
ef, Ipy2 OYA ’P Is 44° (but read NIP, Lo Che 
and most). ¢. yy ‘VA DP 49" proclaim (with) 
name over landed estates, claim possession 
(Hup Bae); proclaim one’s own name Ru 4” 
= become famous; pt. pass. proclaimed, i.e. 
renowned Hz 23”. d. abs. make proclamation 
(sts. + 798, nx) Ju 7? Je 2? (2832) Zeit! 
Jon 34 Is 40*°+, c. 2Y concerning Ne 6’, against 
tK13? Joni, +4. a. read aloud, oft. 2183, 
less oft. DD, c. 3 of roll, book Je 365%" Ne 8° 
g? 2 Ch 34°, +acc. of words Je 36°; obj. om. 
Ex 24’(E) Je 36"; ¢. acc. of roll, book vy” 
51° 2K 22” 2 Ch 34™, of letter (05D), writing 
2K 5/ Is 29"? Je 29”, columns of manuscript 
Je 36”; c.acc. of words Jos8** Je 36° 51% 2K 
23°=2Ch 34”, cf. Dt31". b. read, to oneself, 
in (3) a roll, book, Dt 17° Ne 8"8, so of vision 
written on tablets Hb 27; c. acc. of letter (78D) 
2) Karo} ==ils-97 1 book) 4 Kiza? abs lsio4y: 
c. read, for hear read, 2K 22). 5. summon: 
usu. a. c. 5 pers.: Gn 12!8 20°? Nu 22°" Ju 8} 
18 3°54 oft. (c. 100 t.), +5 reflex. 1 K 12, 
Ee bs loc. Ex 19”,+ bes pers. 29’, + inf. purpose 
Jos 24° Jur2! 14° 1828", +} loc. Hori 
Ju 4°; + 7Qv2 Is 45* summon by thy name; 
specif. swmmon=invite (esp. to feast) Ex 34” 
Jur4(+inf.purpose) 15 16°( +343, rd. prob. 
Dy, HPS), v° (+ 5), EK Ig@-b(caret.)a. bd: c 

8 pers. Ex 10% Jos 44 10% 1K 1371+ (c. 20 t.); 
by pers. + 4 pers. (diff. persons in same relation) 
Ex8*! Je 42°; =call for (demand to see), c. ON 
pers. 2K 18"; c. 5 rei=demand, require Pr 18° 
ef. 27'° (prob. corrupt,v. Toy). | ¢. ¢. acc. pers. 
Gn 414 Ex 27 (+5 pers.), v7 Am 5" (+4 DN rei), 
Is 133 (5 rei), 18 3% 224 (c. 33 t.), ins. NUP) 
in this sense also 2815" GL We Dr and most; 
+inf. purpose Nu 24”, Dy MD “P Is 46”); 
in weakened sense (to bring response, or bring 
pers. near) Ct 5°; specif. invite, 1S 9% (but 
corrupt, v. esp. HPS), 1 K 1° (also + G MT) Ava 
Fal 458 loc.), Dt 337° (ace. loc.); mp NTP IN 
Est 5", pt. pass. elsewh. pl., envited ones, guests 
TS 9%" 2815" 1 K 12h? Zp 1! Pr o esate 
or swmmon (ace. pers.) for help, succour, Ho 7"; 
usu. obj. ” (poet. and late) Je 29” 2S 2247= 
p18" Is 55° Laz” Jb 27” p50 865+ 8 t. wy, 
ace." DY La 3; ace. moan Prr’. dd. abs. call, 
summon Am 7‘ (+5 rei), Is 22” (id), 18 3% 


Nop 


Ze 7; subj.” (God) Is 52765” 664 Jb13” 14”, 
TIYA WMP Nur” Qr (Kt NP), 26° Kt (Qr 
NP!) e. call and commission, appoint, acc. 
pers., Is 48" 491, + DU2 by name, specifically, 
Ex 317 35° Is 43' 45°. £. call and endow (with 
privilege) Is 51754°55°. 6. call=name: a. 
(early and most common usage), call one’s 
name (DY) so and so, 2 ace.: of pers. Gn 3” 46 
5 eee 34 te Gn, Ex 10.22 Ho yi6-9 Tg re 83 9° + 
rot. (Je46" read DY INP G Gie al.); of places, 
ete, Gn 4! 41°s- 19 tin eu ee 8 
+21t. b. c.acc. of appellation only, Ez 39". 
c. acc. pers. vel loc. + acc. appell. Ho 2’* Dt 3% 
Je 23°Is 58° Nu32*. d. acc. pers.+cl. p89”. 
e.=givenameto,acc.appell.+5 pers. (loc.,vel rei): 
(1) pers. Ho 2% Gn 35% 18 47 Je 3% 30” 33+ 
9 t.; (2) loc., vel rei, Jur3™ 28 2" 5° 6° Jos 22™ 
(name lost, Heb.Codd. ins. ; cf. DiSteuern), 
Gn 1558 21°19 Ex 3374 30+. + Jb 17 6 H. 
sentence incl. name). f. ¢. nva+ ? Is 40%, ef. 
651 (ODN DY), yoa47'(MHEY), Ru 4"(BY 4 BND), 
Gn 2” 26% (all c, DY). g. oc. 5 rei+D¥->y 
28 18%, h. call by (2) names the names (acc. ) 
of cities Nu 32; call to (5) city, +appell., 
+inway®, i. call cities (acc.) DY2, i.e. specify 
them, Jos 21° 1 Ch 6® (ninva), + Niph. Pf 
3 ms, SUP) Je 4+, 1 8. NIP) Est 4", ete.; 
Impf. 3 ms. 81" Gn 2 +, 873" Ez 20” +4, etc.; 
Pi, SP) Is 437 Je 44”; pl. ONS IP] Is 48 Est 
6!;—1. reflex.,/P2? IPI VY Is 48? from the 
holy city they call themselves. 2. pass. be 
called: a. be proclaimed (cf. Qal 3), of ” oy 
Je 44°” (72 instr.); of man’s name=be famous 
Ru 4%; = be announced Je 4”. b. be read 
aloud (cf. Qal 4): impers. c. 3 of book, + *2183 
Ne1r3!; subj. records Est 6' (°28), c. be 
summoned (cf. Qal 5): Is31* Oy against) ; 
Est 32 4% 99; +02, i.e. specifically, 21. 
d. be named (cf. Qal 6): (1) appell. subj. +5 
pers. Gn 2” to her shall be called ‘woman, 18 
O18 82°62 nto +5 loc. 2518 Is 17° 358 
Jerg®. (2) 0 iW NPN Dt 25%, so Gn 35% 
Dn 10! Ez 20” (of place); JOU-NS Ez 20”, 
(3) 1) ANY ANP Ze 8%, so of land Dt 3%, 
temple Is56’. (4) esp. by py N1P3, denoting 
ownership, of pers. Je 15", people Dt 28” Je 
149 Am 9” Is 63” 2Ch7"™, ark 2 S 6? (del. 2nd 
DY G We Dr al.), =1Chr3° (adding YOY Oettli 
Kau; > Kit™*t DY ip), temple 1 K 8®=2 Ch 
6%, Je 7101-430 25% 54 city Je 25” Dn 9%, 
city + people v"; so name of man 28 12”, as 
given to his wife Is 41. (5) be called OY by 


896 


NIP 


i.e. reckoned to, Gn 48° Is 54° 61°; pav-by 
uCh23™. cf. Ezr2"=Ney®. (6) Bemmaied 
bya Is 437 48% (7) SIL 9? “PL PHY Gn ar”, 
1.e. in (through) ’3. shall seed be reckoned to 
thee; "2Y DA2 N12) 48° through them shall 
my name be called, i.e. perpetuated. (8) be 
named =mentioned, of pers. Is 14”. (9) subj. _ 
bY Kc 6", i.e. thing is known. +Pu.(Ezand 
ss) ery 3 ans. NP be called, subj. appell. +5 
pers. vel rei = be named, Is 48° Ez 10% (‘ip); 
N7P) consec. Is 58” 61° 62? (WIN DY); NIP x43 
"WA 65!(< N71? or SIP [Qal 2c], Vrss Lo Ew 
Che Di al.); be called and privileged (cf. Qal 
5 f), Pt. yp WY 48”, 


nats NAP n.m.7°"! asn. partridge (fr. call- 


ing; v. Gray in. FEP™ Post ttre 2S see 
Moab 129, ee otherwise Bo Hieroz. Pt. 2, 81 ff.; ed. Rosenm. vol. if. 


ot): —_1 § 26” Jer7”, cf, SPI PY Ju 15”, 
Tile NTP n.pr.m. Kop78, Kopy, etc.; 
Levites: 1. 1 Chg 26'(N7p), 2. 2 Ch 31%, 
TEP] adj. called, summoned ;— pl. 
estr. as subst.; TY "NIP Nu 16? the summoned 
ones of assembly, term. techn. for representa- 
tives, councillors; so 77 °8P 17° Kt (Qr 
NTP), 26? Qr (Kt ‘Np! cf. VY Qal 5 a). 


TON n.f. proclamation ; — Jon 3”. 
NP 28 n.m.**”!5 convocation, convok- 


ing, reading ;—’d abs. Is 1% Ne 8°; cstr. Ex 
r2°+; pl. cstr. ‘NIPD Ly 237+; sf. ONIN 
(Ges'*) Is 4°;—1. convocation, sacred assem- 
bly Is 1¥ (after SP), 4°; usu. explicitly YIP ’D, 
term. techn. in P for religious gathering on 
Sabbath and certain sacred days, Ex 12'°!°4 
r4 t. Ly 23 Nu-28, 20,4-(pl.) Ly 23°**) en 
(n. verbi, as Aram. Inf, Ges $#*°%) con. 
voking, TY Nuio*, 3. reading Ne 8°. 
aa [XN 1 Ps vb, encounter, befall (|| ‘oe 
of MP, q.v. ; SI4 mp to meet, opposite; Ar. V3, 
put part to part; Min. xp set opposite, Hom 
ee) ;—Qal,,, Pf, 3 ms. sf. 28? Je 135 
Jb 4’; 3 fs. NNIP Dt 31% Je 44%, etc.; Jmpf , 
3 ms. NPY Gn 49}, sf. BNP Gn 424; 3 fpl. 
AINA) Lv ro”; Ex1' rd. 3 fs. sf. UNIPA (Sam 
Vrss Di Ges’ *"* So*™" Baen); Inf. estr.4o, N81; 
(Ges'** O01"), Gn15'°4- ete.; Pt. fplst. ne 
Iss 1!;—1. meet, encounter, only inf. estr. NSP; 
oft. = prep. toward, against (Ké"**"), almost 


always ¢. acc. pers., after vb. of motion, Is 7° 
Gn 19! 24% Ju 48” 1 K 2°43 in war, battle, 


ASAP 
ey 20° eh 4 Tt K307 Fe after [I 25 
1074, 353 y, Lap 2b; po pp pine 
nenptn Jos 11% to harden their heart to en- 
counter the war with Isr.; after 733 (without 
vb. of motion), +18 10” 2815" 16' 1 K 18" 
Pr7”; in constr. pregn. 2 nov Ju 19° he 
rejoiced to meet him,+18 6% (G We Dr al.) ; 
ms DS 16° 217; 80 c. INY Jura’, 15, 
Nugmeak To!) 3x3) Hx 5” 9 Niw2™ } ete; 
redund, /p9” 12) Nu 23°; implic. of helping, 
Is 21" y59°(fig.); DWN? PS Nu 24? he did 
not go to encounter (in expectation of) signs 
of divination; in metaph. Is 14°, WON “ps 
Am 4”, 2. fig. befall c. ace. pers., bad 
pense. Gn 42° Dt 31™ Je 137 44% Is 51” 
Jb 4% Ly 10”; of war Ex 1°(v. supr.); in gen., 
Gn49'. | Niph. meet unexpectedly; Pf. 3 ms. 
NPI, c. by pers. Ex5*; Jmpf. 3ms. 812), 
¢: ‘DD pers. 28 18°; Pf. 201, c. DY, chanced to 
be there ; Impf. of bird’s nest Dt 22° (255); 
Inf. abs. 1) v. mp. Hiph. Jmpf. 2 ms. 
NPM Je 32° thou didst cause all this evil to 
befall them (acc. pers. et rei). 


[msrp], Msypd to meet, v. IL. wp. 


ie [2/7], 27 vb. come near, ap- 
ex —}r_ 979 

proach (N H approach, be offered; As. kardbu, 
approach; Ar. 3,3, ae be near, approach; so 
Eth. PCM: Sab. axp approach a woman 
eeralyay. 1 adi intr.), D HM Bmete-612 bot 
also gen. A7P) pm F he who ts far and he 
who ts near C1878 cf, SabDenkm*”%, 
Aram. )P, eto, approach, also, =oblation, 


Raga iap D HM 2M6 3 080.62 AT "Ly °3, OAram. 


jp, T NDP, Syr. Ladsoto; cf. Ae kurbannu 
(9), be" *!);—Qal oo Lf. 3 ms. “P Gn 20° + ; 
3 fs. NIIP Zp 3, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 31}? Gn 
37%+etc.; Imv. ms. 21? 28 20%+, nap 
W69"; mpl. 27 Ex 16°; Inf. abs. 12 Ec 4% 
De Siegf 015° Sta$* Kb 11; estr, FIP y247? 
Bee map Ex 36’, etc.;— approach: 1. a. 
e. Ds pers. (27 t.) Gn 377% Nu18* Mal 3° 
(-- DEvDD), Jon 1°+; in kindness 1 K 2’, of 
’ to help ~ 69"; for war, battle, Ex 14” Ju 
20%; unto God +1 8 14” (+nien), Zip, 329 
+Ez 44” Is 48%; approach sexually, of man, 
am 200 18.5 3 Dt22" Lyons (o)s int ee. 
of woman *+ Lv 207° (Os of beast); pos ’P Is 65° 
=heep to thyself (|| ‘D-IMDN); ¢. OY pers., in 
hostility, ~ 27? (+.inf. purpose), so. prob. 


897 





ap 
ap v 55" that none may approach me (p 
inf, estr., so Che Bae Dr, >n.= battle). b. DN 
loc: Hixi3 2? i220 Jos 8 Pienaar 


Jos 3° Hz 42% 44™ Ly 22° (H), Ex 367-+5 t. Ps 
nayat-ey a Kore meno NP Dt 204s 
‘BD pers. (") Ex 16° Ly 16' y 119 (of cry); 
before men Nu 9° Jos 17* +d. 2% gent. 
Diz? te. 2 loc: Justo sioner or eval) 
+£..5 loc. Jb 33%; adv. loc. pon Has nan 
Is 57° (cf. g, 28 20%). +g. draw near for 
a purpose, ¢, Inf, 1S 17°02 eet aes ix 
12 Ly 21” Nur7® Is 34 Ee 4", + (Inf. om.) 
liyi2t2 sche subords 255820 ace MITT) ; 
C. paired Is 41' (cf. a. Mal 3°); + Imy. 
Dt 5% Jos 10% Ly 10*,+Impf. Jos 10% Ly 
10°, h, abs. (15 t.) Jos 7" (technically of 
approach to sanctuary, for trial by lot), Is 5” 
(of ’’s counsel), 41°+, La 3% (of ”, to help); 
monpwn “PA 1 K 20” 1.,e. the battle was joined ; 
of calamities Ez 91, U8P ’P La 4%. +2eone 
time, draw near, Gn 27" Dt 15° Ez 12; spec. 
moo ‘ar’? Gn 47” Dt31%1K 2. +Niph. 
Pf. 2 ms..consec, DYPONAWDN 31?3) Ex 22’ he 
shall be brought unto God (at the sanctuary), 
also (abs., reflex.) 2 mpl. consec, DAI1P21 Jos 7* 
(cf. Qal 1 h). This Lfiw ship ls 46"; 
3 pl. 1292 Ho 78 (v. infr.), Ez 36°; Zmpf. 2 ms. 
IPM W 65°; 1s. sf. BIPN Ib 31%; Jmv. ms. 
31? Ez 37%; mpl. 47? Is 417;—cause to ap- 
proach, bring near: 1. in space, ace. rei O% 
Hz 347"; =receive, acc. pers. Jb 31° (Thes Du ; 
most approach majestically, march wp to), ace. 
om. y65°; 0227) ’P Is 417 bring on your suit/ 
2. in time, MPIY ’P Is 46" (of 9), NIP ’P Ez 
36° they have brought near to come, brought 
their coming near, 1t is at hand (cf. Hiph. 
Gn 12”).—Ho 4° rd. Wa for 7p (31P RY 
er N Ow: Hiph.,,, Pf. 3 ms. 
IP Gnrat+, - Nuz®; 2 ms. F207) 
Ex 29°+, etc.; Jmpf. 3 ms. 222 Ez 4477+, 
A 464; APN Ju 3%+; 1 pl. AIP Nu 31°, 
etc.; Jmv. ms. 277 Nu 3°+, ete.; Inf. abs. 
3129 Ly 67; estr. IPT Ju 3° +, ete.; Pt. 2p 
Ly 3'+, etc.;—1. a. bring near, bring, present, 
c. ace. rei, Ju 5% (+283), cf. Ex 29? (+283); 
tribute 72"; TMI Ju 3" (+2 pers), v8; ef. 
(5 pers.) Mal 18; ‘P? MWB. TI’ Ts 5° ie. joen, 
incorporate; pregn., c. {2 loc. 2 K 16% (v. RS 
Sem. i. 466 ff., 2nd ed. 486 oye ace. of case, affair, + Dt yu 
(4 288 pers: Nae (-h? 2D); C. ACC. pers, : 
+ ON pers. ‘Nuwrg™ 25° Jos 87, — by reflex, 
3M 


ap 


Ex 281, +N8 (prep.) reflex. Nu 18’; abs., of 
pers., make an approach Ex 14". b. of time, 
sind 2p Gn 12"; np? IPA Is 26"; DPA 
7 Ez 22%. 2. as term. techn, (c. 158 t.), 
chiefly in Ez HP, bring near, of presenting, 
dedicating, or offering to: ta. ¢. acc. pers., 
(x) Aaron and his sons, and Leyvites, sts. c. 8, 
"DD, pers. or loc., Ex 29" 40!2"4 Ly 3° 735 851824 
Nu 8°? 165°, ef. (of prince, subj.) Je 307; 
(2) for selection by lot Jos 77*"-"8 18 10%), 
(3) for ordeal of O27 %) Nu5". bd. usually 
(c.142 t.) c. ace. of offering, with or without 
further complement (PX, "DD loc., ool a 99D); 
rarely by 5 of priest, etc.): (1) animal-offer- 
ing Ly 37” 8%” (all+ 72D of offerer), Ex 29” 
Ly 26044) ete.s(\(2) Na) live nby Nu 
2g). TS Ly i 23. +(3) blood Lv 15° 
(4P2), 7° 0°; (4) MDBD Ly 28 67 7 2g! Nu 5 
6% 15°; VION OND Ly 21°87! etc.; (5) incense 
Nu 16%, censer v" 1434; 7 WX Ly 10! Nu 3° 
26°°5(6) esp.ic. acc: cognaja 1p (Ly Tee 
Nag Peart (elega ts); (7) vacer omnes Oh 
35% ¢. abs. make an offering Nu 77%. 


Tanp adj. vb. approaching ;—abs. p18 
17+; pl. DIP Ez 40% 45*;— approaching : 
1. as pred., TDN P\ qbh 18177, 2p ons 


‘< 


mony. Dt 20°; abs. ’P} qin 28 18°; ¢. art. 


as subst., 1 K 57 (+ indw-dy), Nu 17788 (4 “DN 
aac) 2. c. art., approaching ”, temple 
or tabern., for service, c. mp Ez 40% (+ 28), 
Ag cobs an eN a ota 787, 

Tanp n.[m.] battle, war (hostile approach ; 
Aramaism = 019, 27P, cf. Lag®® 1); _abs. “D 


Zer4'+; pl. MI y 68";—|| MON Ib 387 


W144); Pp ai Zo 14® b 78°; “P DD Ec 938; his 
heart was war 557 (v? v. 7 Qal 1 a); pl. 
y 68" peoples that delight in batiles—2 8 17" 
read DA1PA G © VY Th Dr and most. 


i [7279p Lag?**K6'"|n.£, approach ;— 
estr. in phr. DON NP approach to God (Che 
Intr, ae" Is 58° +737. 

Tap, DP, adj. near;—abs. TP Ex 
12443-1025 ro": spl ip ages D2) 1p 
Is33"+4; fpl. MIP Ez 225, etc.;—near (oft. 
opp. PiN}): 1. of city Gn 19” (-+7Y Dud), 
Je 48", “PN Dt 21° the nearest (+8), cf. (of 
elders) v°; of land 1 K 8%=2 Ch 6*; road Ex 
13”; =contiguous, D272 1 K 217 (+4°N'2 P88). 


898 


mp 


2. of pers.: a. 4 5x pers. Gn 45° Dt 13° 22? 
Jos 9° 1Ch r2*! (van d. H. v*); DN 7p Ex 124 
the nearest to; c. sf. S292 Ex 32”, i.e. his 
neighbour. b. abs. (opp. or + Pym, oft.=near 
and far,i.e.all without distinction), Ez6”"Is57" 
Pr 27"; pl. Is 33% Je 25% Dn 9! Est 9” Ez 2283 
‘> of distress, personif., y 22”.—Ez 23°" Co 
Berthol read D8? famous, Toy 0°21 (cf. Je 
39"); Hpt in Toy Krae conj.0°7P (As. kurddu, 
warrior). ¢. of near relationship, + bs pers. 
2819*% Ly 2174 25 (all H), Nu27" (P); 5 pers. 
Ne 13* Ru 2”; +]9 comp. 3”; of intimacy, 
ITP ye 15° ([[FAYI), “ANP Jbx9™ (|| YIP), 38” 

|| °3) (2H); near, in office, Estr4. d. near 
to %, jFP DY y 148" (Rie Bae 12? the people 
of those near him). e. near to ’’ in ceremon. 
function, c. bs Ez 43%, c. b 42° st, Livy Tome 
of God (’), 4+ bx pers. Dt 4730; 5 pers. +34” 
145)°; abs. Jer2? Isgo® ge5yr19!; ipo oN 


oo ass 


Je 23” a God from near by (opp. PIN ’); ’p 
of: ? PIS Is gr’, PU 5h (25 pers.);—?P 
TOY 757, read ‘Wa "NIP Dy Che Gr Dr, cf. Bae 
GG Du. g. of word, + bx pers. Dt 30"; prayer, 
+8 1K 8% 3. of time: DPN OY /P 
Dt 32; esp. of “ iy Zp 17 Ez 30° (perh. del. 
as @ Co Krae), v* Is 13° Ob® Jo 1” 2? 4™ ver. 
Ez 77; + inf. sind ANID“ “P Je 48", ef. Is13” 
56); “P AAND Pr io imminent ruin; Apo 
Dt 32” recently, so Ez11* G BY Co Siegf Berthol 
(for MT +3193) ; Ez 47° soon ; Jb 20° of the 
briefest —]YN “2812 ’P WS Jb 17” is dub.; Thes 
(my) light ts near to (prope abest a, as Ar. 
we © 3, but not proven in Heb.) darkness; 
Di light (they say) is near (breaking away) from 
darkness, will soon leave it behind; Bu “ ix 
JIB OIWNP the light of their intimate friend 
shall not (?) grow dark. 


PP Bs n.m.'’°” offering, oblation (As. 
kurbannu, id., appar. alw. with 5, D1#=¥®*1);— 
abs.’P Ly 17+; estr. {22 21+; sf. 2272 Nu 
287; pl. sf. DPD Ly 7°; — offering, oblation, 
gen.term for all kinds of offering (only Ez Ly Nu 
[HP]): animal Ly 17494 , vegetable 211°+4, 
articles of gold Nu 31°, silver 7°+., etc.; as 
ace. cogn. after 1p Ly 177 3% Nu 644 (vo 
Hiph. 2 b(5)); cstr. 79219 P Ly 2148 nw ’P 
v?, TWN ’P 22%; % ’p Nu g’® (cf. 31°). 


T[}29P] n. [m.] offering;—ostr. YY }27 
wood-offering for second temple Ne 10” 13". 


a? 


LT: ap (v of foll.; cf. As. kirbu, midst; 
NH [72?] pl. entrails (rare); MI*** snp in 
the midst of the city; perh. also Ar. os heart). 

a? a n.[m.]| inward part, midst ;—’p 
abs. Ex 29" +4 (only 3); estr. Gn 45°+; sf. 
‘DP Jos o7+,. 3 fpl. ME Gn gx, 73B- v 
(Ges Kot) N-2), .etc.; pl. only. (sf.) ‘212 
vy 103';—usu. c. prep. (/P2 143 t., ‘PI? 43 t.); 
—1. ta. inward part of human body, physical 
sense, ‘P2 within one’s body Gn 25” (J), ef. 
18" (J), 15 257% Je 23° Jb 20" (|| YY), cf. Is 
19' (of nation personif.); into his body 109” 
ok seat of life iatp-by T2sT-WD) 2Yn(1) 
mimy , ci. (of idol) Hb 2”. (v.. also’ 2). 
th. =belly, of kine mb Ghats a Car Ol 
city (‘P2 within tt, ‘PID etc.) Gn 18% Jur8! 
Am 3'+18t. cf. Is 25"; nisin/p2 Is 5%. dd. of 
house y 1017; temple 48"; JIVW ’P2 74%. 
e. of land (earth) Gn 45° 48% Am 2° Is 5° 24” 
(| 0°29 FIN), + 1ot. (P32, PP). f. of a num- 
ber of pers., ‘P2 in the midst, among, ‘PD from 
among: esp.(1) people (96 t.; 80 t. as sg. coll., 
15 t) pl.), Am 7° Gn 24° Ex 23” Dt 31” Je 46” 
TS 4° Jos7" Ju ro’+, WM /pa Di x17 +, ’P2 
ys na Am 1720. ‘29330 ‘p2 +Ju 12233 ge: 3 “MD 
Dt 4%, etc. (2) 7300 (’PD) “P2 Josx1™ Nu 
r4%+6t. +(3) VON 2 Dt 18? 18 16”, and 
(P2) Dt 17” 18". +(4) TOY 7p Ex 31" 
(7. DY), (5) PRIS P2 p10, cf. (of wicked) 
aczrue (7) nenpen ’P2 1 K 20° into the midst 
of the battle, the thick of the fight; M¥ “P2 
138%. +(8) of nations, OA Pa Dt 29”, 
Dyn La 3°, cf. Jos247 Mi5*7, g. Jpin “pp 
wv 74" (Qr J?) thy hand fr. within thy bosom, 


(anthrop. of %; v. I. nb. Pi. 2c). th. of a 
period of time, DY “FA Hb 3”*. +2. of in- 


ward part of man; a. as seat of thought and 
emotion: “P2 1K 3% Je 4™ 9’ Pr26™ > 62° 
94%; || 222 Pr 14%, 27-°Y Je 31%; seat of 3? 
wago 55 log” La 1”; of I Hz 11” 36°" 
Gore ls26° 51", cf. 1s 19°; rab Pa f 36° 
(rd. 125 Vrss Hup Now Che Bae al.).  b. as 
faculty of thought and emotion, subj. (no prep.) 
Ts 16" (|| ‘Y2), + 64? (|| 22) 5%; "RTP 103! 
(only here pl.; || ¥22).—49” rd. 1122 G6 SX, 
or 072?, Ew Gr Ol Bi Che Bae al. (for B2)?). 
+3. term. techn. in P of entrazls of sacrificial 
eoimals (Dit”>* Dr-Wh* Bers)” Ex 12° 
aes Lv pols ahbe eri qo ie Q 16.21.25 oO 


899 


M\pPr 


y [oP] n.[m.]axe (unknown; cf. NH 
DP double hoe, one side of which could split 
wood, Vogelstinawitnen.27- Ar. Sie 55 adze 
is loan-wd. acc. to Fra™);—sf. W772 18134 
Ju 9% (so prob. rd. for MOTB, A GL r. dgivny, 
GFM Bu Now); pl. OOTP 18137, nie MP 
Je 46” y 74°. 

M1? cold, v. 7p. 


TTP] vb. encounter, meet, befall 
(\| IL. 812; NH MD meet (rare), IP misfortune, 
specif. (nocturnal) pollution, and so Aram. 
SIP, | ere Ar. 73 (5) is go, seek earnestly, 
gj receive hospitably as guest; Eth. 11. 3, 
APCk: present, offer as sacrifice); —Qal Pf. 
3 ms. sf. JP. Dt 25%, WIR) Gn 44+; Impf. 
3 ms. 719 Ec 9" 4 Dn ro” Kt (Qr 83P%), W9 
Ru 25, sf. 7222 Nur, FIP) 18 287°(d. f. dirim.); 
Pt. fpl. MAP Gn 42% ;—1. encounter, meet, acc. 
pers. Dt 25%, cf. (acc. rei) 0) npon Mp "py 
Ru 2° her chance lighted upon a field, etc. 2. 
befall, acc. pers., subj. evil Gn 44” (J), 1S 28”, 
’’s word Nu1r1™(J4), indef. Gn 42” (J) Is 41” 
(abs.) Est 47 6 Dn 10" (5 pers.); “P? Yb) ny 
DPI"MY Eco"; subj. 72P 24, cf. v™ Miph. 
Pf. 3 ms. 112) Ex 3"; 1 8.°0"%P] 251°; Lmpf. 
3 ms. T73* Nu 233, We vi"®; 18. TN v?;—L1. 
encounter, meet without pre-arrangement, usu. 
of 9 (God): ¢. by pers. Ex 3'8(J), by pers. Nu 
Zoe mpd 7p" v3 (all JE); obj. > (om.)-v". 
2. chance to be present, 3 loc., 281° (+ Inf. abs. 
N12). Hiph. 1. of ”, cause (the right thing, 
good fortune) to occwr, c. spd pers.; Pf. 3 ms. 
MPT Gn27%; Imv.ms. 7179 24” (bothJ). 2. 
of Israel, Pf 2 mpl. consec. DY pap oop) 
Nu35" ye shall (cause cities to occur rightly for 
yourselves, 1. €.) select cities as suitable. 

Timp] n.[m.| chance, accident ;—cstr. 
nd, MPD Dt 23" by reason of the chance of the 


night (i.e. nocturnal pollution, cf. Ly 15”). 

t Dp] n.[{m. opposition, contrariness;— 
only P(3) in Ly 26, as adv. modifier of yon 
(in fig. sense), + OY pers., of Isr.’s relation to”: 
spe 320 Ly 267 if ye walk with me con- 
trariwise, so v™, P32 v7"; ”y subj., BY map 
“1P2 v4, so v" and (’P NON in wrath of op- 
position) v*, 

Tap n.m.'**° accident, chance, for- 
abs. ‘018 6°+; estr. MPD Ee 2° (so 

3M2 


tune ; 





mp 


read also 3% with © Ruét*" Wild, for MT 
111) ;—1. accident, chance, 15 6° 20°; ¢. MP 
Ru 2? (v.p 1). 2. in Ec, fortune, fate, “> 
pba-ms m7? THN Ke git cf. Vig oe oF 


Tami n.f. rafter, beam (prop. a thing 
meeting, fitting into, another); —sf. ‘NP Gn 19° 
(J)=my Port tree; A MP rafters, abs. 2 Chee 
estr. || 1 K 65” (reading {250 ninip G Th Kit 
Benz, for MT NiM*P), + 77° (reading NPT for 
YPrPA, v. “p); Ct 1” (|| won Kt, VOI) Qr); 
more gen. beam, sg. abs. NTP 2 K 6°, 

TEP] vb. denom. Pi. lay the beams 
of, furnish with beams;—c. acc. of the 
building : fe 3 pl. sf. NP Ne 3°°; Inf. estr. 
ninp? Ne 2° 2 Ch 34"; Pé. 7123 yf 104% (fig.). 


i TAPP n 


iro n.f. town, city (syn. of VY, chiefly 


poet., ard in the higher style; perhaps from 
above / as meeting-place of men; cf. n.pr.loc. 
MI® pp, 1° ynap; JAram. nmp); —abs. ’P 
Is17 43 estr. NP Nu 21%+4;—1. in gen. Dt 
Bee 2. of specif, towns, Ho 6° (7¥P3, 
G 4. Paryada, cf. Now); JAD NIP Nu 21; 
Damascus, ‘WiYD ’P Je 49” (|[ nba DY); esp. 
of Jerus. Mi 4” Is 29! 33”, ’P Mian La 2", 
a qo PA 48, city for anhab. 1 K 1%, “p 
MIEN) Ts x2198 (| PIT WY), MPV /P 22° (|| PY 
min), 328. 3. inIs24—-26 coll., i.e. denoting 
various, Beprpeeotaiive, cities, mh (p24 ED > 
MUYA 257, DY Da ’P v3, n2Iw2 /P 26°; 
prob. Hb 2°”, 4. indef., Hb 2” (|| “y); Pr 
29°, YP 18" a city of strength, so #Y ‘P 10% 
(in fig.) = 18" (id.);=inhab., 11"°,’/P Hon Jb39/. 


mp v. Dy NMP. 


n.{m.]| beam-work;—Ec 1o%. 


ToAnp n.pr.loc. Kapiabain (perh. double 
city aa), yet in gen. on OD’ in npr.loce. v. 
Ges’ *°);—1, in Moab (MI) Je 487 (D'D-), v®, 
SO ron Ez 25° Qr (Kt nonp); Reubenite 
city ace.toNu 32°7(BM)-) Jos13°; DMP mY Gn 
14 prigg: of Kiryathaim (v.M) ; mod. Keres ey dt, 
c. 1} m. SE. from (Mt.) ‘Attarus (MINDY), and 
6? m. NNW. from a GASm S25! Buhl 
Geogr. ar 2. Levit. city in Naphtali 1 Ch 6%, 
=P || Jos 21°? (Genpor, GL KapOar), 


TYAS IMP n.pr.loc. older name of 


Hebron; adds ae Kap(v)a@apBox, ete. (prob. 
= eS yourfid city (otherwise Jos14¥ 15" 21”), 


900 





NP 
v.esp.GFM) ;—Jos14%(JED), Jur” ?(YEIN P), 


alsonGn 23° J0s 15, 720" 21” (all. E)eaanaiage 
Gn 35” (P) Ne 11”.—Vid. 1030. 


thya ny? v. yy NMP. 
Tin NP n,pr.loc. in Moab, wéres 


erravAeay, Nu 22”, site unknown. 


Toys AMP n.pr.loc. 7éd(e)is Taperp|v], 
Eiplaciaoe etc. (cit y of forests) ;—city of the 
Gibeonites Jos 9’, assigned to Judah Jos 15 
ef. Ju 18”, on border of Benj. Jos 15° (00 ~ 
DY) vy, G wdduy lapew, v. O'S"), 18%, assigned 
to Benj. v* (BY) om. by text. err. before DY, 
v. G); near Beth Shemesh 1 6”, long the 
abode of ark 71? 1 Ch13°* 2Ch1*; named 
in genealogical list 1 Ch 2°°**8; named also 
Ne 7% = OMY ’P Ezr 2” (read OY?) 5 cearte 
OP Je 26"; abbreviated (in poet.) ("T) 
TW? y132°; called also bya" (Kapia6Baar ) 
Jos15™ 184" (where read for D3) ’P, so 
& Di Benn Steuern); this abbrev. into bya, 
15°) | (Le)Baad |, also v", and 1737) sya 256? 
(rd. “mY bya, or “mY ndya), nnbya || 1 Ch 13° 
(v. on ‘these u. nby2). Tdentt uncertain ; 
Rob?®®"" conj. Kiryat el-“Enab, 8m. + W. of 
Jerusalem (cf. Kapiadtape Lag"); “Hrma 
(Henderson Pal. 85, 112, 210 Conder Survey Mem, iii. =, 


cf. GASm S¢°2: 25! Buh] Secs 1654. 
MD" NMP v. foll. OMY ? v. foreg. 


TApO- NMP 2. pr.loc. modus (Trav) ypapparer, 
+ (OPI ui!) Kapsacowpap: ancient name of 127 
(v. 1.7 2) (perh. 1BD-’P scribe-town, cf. 6 
supr., also © and Egyptian Ba’-titu-pa-ira, 
house of scribe, WMM4*™ ©: 17* Buh] Sees"274, of, 
GFM™);—Jos 15)" Jur!-”; another name is 
ma_-’P Jos 15° (but G wérs ypappdror, hence 
rd. perh. 15D°’P, so Steuern), in 8. Judah; on 
site (prob. Dhohertye, 5h. SW. from Hebron) 
Vv. 1. V21'2 o and Bulls", 


Tiny] n.f. town, city (late poet.) (cf. Ph. 
nwsn np n.pr.loc. in Cyprus, also= Carthage, 
and perhaps Certa, Tigranocerta ; cp. Thes) ;— 
always NP ;—of Job’s city, Jb 29’; indef. ue 
scopic city as a corporate body of men 11™ 

Tramp n.pr.loc. Kadys, Kapi6a, etc.: Levit. 
city in Zebulun Jos 21, site unknown. 


JAP v. NMP 2. 


mp 


Tnimp n.pr.loc. (formed as pl. intens. fr. 
mp1) ;—1.in Judah Jos 15” (ai odes; whence, 
as supposed, Judas Nip MN), perh. Karyatéen, 
€. 12 m. §. of Hebron, Buh] ¢e- =, Qe itt 
Moab, KapiwO, ai médas; MI™ np: Je 48%, 
‘PO v*! Am 2?; perh.=PaBBad MoaB=MoaB= 
Apeorodus (Huseb.,v. Lag "°™?"7 8!) mod. Rabba, 
c. 11m. 8. of Arnon, cf. Buhl %22, 


pais Mp vb. make bald, or a baldness, 
usu. (by mourners) for the dead, cf. RS8°™ '3> 
meee" (Arab. parallels) (NH. id. Hiph. shew 
baldness ; Ar. 253 wound, make sores, 3553 
whiteness wm face of horse (but ee) be bald, 
esl bald); Eth. Gd: make bald (rare); Aram. 
MP, wio, chiefly deriv. (and der, mean- 
ies) ;) Ci. olns n.prims AMP, Wp; MIE 
n.pr.loc. nn>p);—Qal Impf. 3 mpl. WAP AMP 
DYNA Lv 21°Qr(>Ktnmp; || m5) ef. Dt 14’); 
Imv. fs. by ”) MP Mix make a baldness... 
for. Niph. Jmpf. 3 ms. nad Mp? Je 16° 
men shall not make themselves bald for them. 
Hiph. Pf. 3 pl. consec. 107 ON AMP Ez 
27°' and they shall make a baldness (cf. Qal) 
for thee. Hoph. P2. Mp) WNI-3 Ez 29% 
every head made bald (by carrying load). 

TOP adj. bald ;—Ly 13" (distinct fr. 033 
ae) ee tint. 2K 2-74, 

TAmpP n.f. baldness, bald spot, made as 
sign of mourning ;—abs. ’p Is 3°43 sf. JOP 
Mi 1°;—bald spot, winacbanby Am 8", mobo3 
Pers zy: wxn2 ‘Pp Lv 2t® (ace. cogn.); 
” wINT-D Je 4877; WD ” Mi Es Day pa 
Dt 141; opp. NED AWM Is 3%; also Je 47° 
and (acc. cogn.) Ez 27%. 

T nop n.f. baldness of head;—abs.’P Ly 
13°; sf. JADIP v? + ;—baldness of head (alw. 
opp. 1033 baldness of forehead), Ly 13°. 

MP, 2-pr.m. in Judah (bald one);—2 K 
25°°, Kapyd, GL Kapyne; Je 40°+ 12 t. Je, Kapne. 


NIP, n.pr.m. Kope (baldness 2); —1. 
Edomite name: a. Gn 36°" 1 Chi®. b. Gn 
36" (not Sam.; prob. gloss fr. v’* Di Kau Ball 
al.; Holz hesitates). 2. Levite, rebel ag. 
Moses, Nu 16!+10 +t. 16, 17, 26° 27°; in 
geneal. lists Ex 6*"** 1 Ch 67”; ’P7JA 9”; “P73 
Nu 26"; esp. 7739 as company of w-collec- 
tors (or singers), in titles: W 42’ 44" 457 46’ 
47: 48! 49! 84! 85' 87' 88). 3. a ‘son’ of 
Hebron, i.e. Judahite clan 1 Ch 2” Kopee, ete. 


901 


NP 
Trp adj.gent. of M2P 2; alw. c. art.; 
1 Ch 9”; as subst. coll. Ex 6% Nu 26%; pl. 


DVMNPO 1 Chg 12” (van d. H. v‘), 261; 123 
pn ves DAP 32 2 Ch 20”, 


IL. FID (of foll. 3; meaning unknown). 
| 8 


Tap n.m.”>®” frost, ice ;—abs. /p Gn 
31° +, MP Jb 68+; sf. IMP p 147%;—1. 
frost of night (opp. 277 of day), Gn 31 (E), 
Je36% 2. ice, Jb 6! 34" 38% (|| TBD hoar- 
Jrost), DAB /P wD wy 147" (Hup al. think 
of hail, but v. Bae; || 72 cold, Oy, BS ys): 
probably also ’P PPD Ez1” (so Krae; most 
crystal, after @). 

IP, MAP, MAP, NWP, ete. v. mp. 


[OP] vb. spread or lay something over 
(NH id. form a crust, so Hiph. 5y op Ecclus 
43°: Aram. DIP, pes, incrust, overlay) ;_Qal 
Pf. is. mip pa py ‘MDI Ez 37° I will spread 
skin over you (i.e. the dry bones); Jmpf. 3 ms. 
“iy pinpy D1p) v® (so Gi van d. H.; Baer 
DIP", of which conflicting explan. Ges%°™™!), 
indef. subj. instead of pass.; but rd. Niph. 
D2" S (cf, B) Co Berthol Toy Krae. 

{7p (V of foll.; mng. dub.; cf. As. karnw, 
Ar. 553, Eth. $C NH 1P, Ph. pp, Aram. 
NIP, 636, all horn; Sab. 7p spur of mt.(?) 
Home etary: also. Ag os part of man’s head 


where horns are in beasts, 43°3 corner, extremity, 
of anything Frey, horn of uterus, Lane). 

12 ase. 7°, horn ;—abs. ‘?P Is5'+, [2P 
75°; estr. rp Jos 6°+3; sf.°212 1S 2' ~o2", 
ete. dus DIP Hb 37D Dn 8**, Di-y*%; 
estri 202 Ke?) -P ai st. VapiGn 2273 Disa 
YP Dn 8’, 02°72 Ez 347; pl. (usu. in der. 
senses) NP Ez 43+; estr. NWP Ex 29+, sf. 
WIP 247+, etc.;—horn: +1. a. of ram (8) 
Gn 228, so in Daniel’s vision Dn 8°39, and 
(of goat) v**°!; of oppressors in Isr. (under 
fig. of rams) Ez 34”, so of nations Zc 2°***; of 
BN Dt 33% 22” (both fig., cf. 92"); of Zion 
under fig. of threshing-ox Mi 4”; 13 ‘Pee 
22" —2Ch18"" (symbol.); seen in Zech.’s vision 
Ze 2'. b. used as oil-flask 15 161% 1 K 1° 
(cf, 323 PP infr.). ¢. 229 P, as wind-instr. 
Jos 6 (cf. 1B). d. JY NIP Ez 27 (from 
curved shape of tusks). +2. fig., of pers., 
symbol of strength Dt 33%, ‘YW ’P 28 223= 


rn 


902 


yp 


y 18? (of ”* as deliverer); others sub 3 or 4 ; | (Frey Dozy); also impugn, censure) ;—Qal Pf. 


esp. as lifted up (o%, as of a lordly animal, cf. 
Dr'**7), denoting increase of might, dignity 
192)" Lao! wys so! o2 112", sopperne 
1 Ch 25° (v. Kau ; >Be blow loudly [cf. 1 ¢)), 
+ typ 148" (subj. *); also haughtiness, ar- 
rogance 75°°; opp. P YI hew off horns, i.e. 
reduce, humiliate, La 2°75", pass. Je 48”, 
so ‘PIP BYR ADIN Tb 16"; WY N2D./P DMYS 
Ez 29°! is appar. of restoration of might (as 
y 148" supr., c. 07%), but "17? P SS w1z2" 
of raising up individual ruler of Davidic line. 
3. of altar, horn-like projections at corners 
(26 ¢.); Am3™ Je 17) Ez 43°? 113 ne 
+8 t. Ex, Ly 4""*+ 6 t.Ly(all P); as sanctuary, 
refuge 1K 1°12, +4. hill (soin Ar., peak, iso- 
lated hill, cf.Ges) Is5'. +5. 19 17) DIP Hb 3! 
rays at his side(s) had he (of lightning-flashes in 
theoph., cf. Now Da).—Am 6" v. D337? n.pr.loc. 


Ty? vb. Qal denom. of }7? 5, send out 
rays;—Pf. 3 ms. 2B “AY PIP Ex3 47% (P), 
Hiph.denom. of [1? 1 a, display (grow) horns 
(be fully developed), Pz. DBD [PD WB yp 69”. 

Tpan 2 2.pr.f. (horn of antimony, i.e. 
beautifier, v.18) ;—J ob’s third daughter Jb 42™. 

Top n.pr.loc. conquered by Isr. Am6” 
(so Gr We Now GASm, cf. also 127 ND p- 520 
supr.; © and most sub 71? 2); prob. in Bashan, 
= Kapraw t Macc 5%, Kapvov 2 Macc 12”; also in 
P nAvY Gn 14? (v.11. NAVY p. 800 supr.). 

7[D7] vb. bend down, stoop, crouch 

r 9 
(intrans.) (cf. perh, Ar. (0,3 disc, round cake ; 
ep. NH ding, Dip, ¥ xb, xdwnp all 
ankle) ;—Qal Pf. 3 pl. 307P Is 467; Pt. DIP vi 
(both +¥22); of vanquished gods of Babylon. 

T [D3] n.[m.] hook, on edge of curtains 
of tabern., matching the loops (nN2, Vv. [r3>)) : 
pl. DDI? Ex 26°7= 36", 268; estr. At ‘DP 
vi=36', NYN3’P 26"= 36"; sf.YDIP 35"=39%. 

t[Sp77] ne (fAlbre vee.“ ankle (cf. 
GBV28 22%; =?+4+D2P We ames pleat. 
DID Bee =a 3' 1). 

Top n.pr.m. post-ex., Ezr 2*4, Kadys, A Ky- 
paos; =D NP Ney”, Ketpa(s), GL (both) Kopes. 

By Vp ie vb. tear (NH id.; Ar. a strike 


head, bell, ete., beat drum, box ear, gnash teeth 


3 ms.’p 1815+, etc.; Zmpf. 3 ms. YIP) Gn 
375+; 18, sf. MYIPS 1K 11”, etc.; Imv. mpl. 
WP 28 3% Jo2%; Inf. abs. yp 1K 11"; estr. 
yrp? Ec 3’, sf. ‘YP Ezrg’; Pt. act. YIP 1K 113); 
pass. YP 2815, ete.;—tear, rend: 1. a. usu. 
(39 t.) of rending garment in (r) sign of grief, 
distress: 132 (29 t.) Gn 37° 44% 2813+; 
DyIp Dw /a/P 2K 2,/2 oN) DIaAd /P Jor"; 
pt. pass. ‘P WHA 28 12; estr. /2 YIP torn of 
garments (pers. with torn garments) 2813” 
(but read ‘3 37) G BY Th We al.), 2K 18%=Is. 
207. JE4Es Dy tJb 1” 2” Ezr g* (+723), 
maha 2 Sx, SAIAR MP 2 S 15! (Clest™4); 
riopy +Gn37* 44° Jos7°; pt. pass. FOYIP VD 
1S 4”; +(2)as symbolic act, Wy Dw now P 
DIP 1K 11; +(3) abs. NEN? Nyy yrnpd ny 
Ec 3’. b. tear away or out: veils Ez 13”, 
fillets from (>y9) arms v”, mark of leprosy out 
of (12) garment Ly 13. +2. tear away 
sovereignty (under fig. of garment), subj. ’, 
YD pers. 18 15% 1 K 114, also 2 ieee 
1K 11241} -a4*, abe, 12°; nenacemes +5yp 
Barge +3. tear, rend asunder: a. book 
with (1) knife Je 36%. b.=make wide, large, 
eyes, with (3) stibium Je 4”; windows, 1b “pr 
[)}220 22". c.rend open heavens, and descend, 
of %, 1s63%. +4. tear, rend, of wild beasts: 
’\ ag fierce bear Ho 13° (obj. pap ad); fig. of 
human foes f 35" (acc. pers. om.), so Hup al., 
but (fr. context) Ol Bae We al. malign, rail (cf. 
Ar.supr.);>Gr al. 872. +MNiph. be rent, of gar- 
ment (Yn), Impf. 3 ms. Y3j2") 18 157%, Yue Ex 
28°39”; be rent, split asunder, of altar 1K 13*°, 
T [pap] n.m.'*" torn piece of garment, 
rag ;—pl. DY? 1K 11° he tore it into twelve 
pieces, v 2K 2”; rags Pr23*' (sign of poverty). 
tT [YP] vb. nip, pinch (NH}12cué dough, 
compress lips, IP piece of bread; As. kardsu, nip 
off, gnaw, Ar. 053 pinch; Eth. P2&i incise; Syr. 
Jyat0 nail [v.also BAram]; cf. Fri*");—Qal 
Impf: 3 mpl. PYF’ v 35" let them not pinch 
the eye, i.e. wink maliciously, so Pt. act. ’Y yup 
Pr ro”, 1°92 P 6%; also NAY ’/P 16” pinching 
his lips (i.e. compressing, as NH, or biting, 
gnawing, cf. As.). Pu. Pf 1s. A¥IP WAY 
Jb 33° from clay I was nipped off (cf. As. tifa 
tktaris, he nipped off clay, to form Eabani). 


yp 

TYP n.m. dub. word, appar. nipping, 
concr. nipper usu. interpr. (since Hi) of a 
nipping or stinging insect (cf. Aram. 83¥}7), Ar. 
Lu)! \5 biting insect); e.g. gadfly (cf. Thes***™), 
fig. of Nebuchadr. 82 }1B¥D /P Je 46 a gadfly 


cometh from. the north; B (Aq Symm) stimu-. 


lator, i.e. YIP; Thes al., more gen., excidium. 


{1 YP AP u.[m.] floor (prob. redupl. fr. a 
VW -7p, or WP; NH id., ground, so X YP, 
SIME IP 5 appar.=As. kakkaru, ground, earth, 
AY. 73) “3 ne aequabilis mollisque ; cf. Ko» eo) 
Mees.” TK 6" 415) YP vie (y..intr.); cstr. 
YPrP Nu 5 +;—floor of temple 1 K 61°76 
77*; yi? read prob. MPT rafters (cf. 6° and 
mip) SB Th Sta Kmp *™ Benz; (earth)-floor 
of tabern. Nu 5%; 0°53 YpyP Am 9g the floor, 
bottom of the sea. 
+i. YP n.pr.loe. (floor) ;—c. art. +H 
loc., TYPIBN Jos 15%, on extreme S. border of 
Judah ; 
Tpap n.pr.loc. E. of Jordan, Ju 8", site 
unknown; Kapkap. 


Wap Nu 24” read IPP q.v. 


ak: [NP] vb. be cold (Ar. 33 be cold, so 
Eth. B22: Syr. 39; & Ithpa. is cool oneself 
(rare); Levy cp. also NH Nithp. V203 grow 
calm [1.e. cool }); —Hiph. make or keep cool : 
Pf. 3 fs. MPT, fig., Je 67> Jerus. heepeth her 
wickedness evel fresh ; Inf. estr. metapl. YPd 
(Ges'") v"*, of 712 ay water cool (sim.). 

Trap adj. cool ;—cstr. (fig.) MIP) Pr 1777 
(Kt) cool of spirit, i.e. calm, self-possessed (Qr 
—7P*) ; pl. OM of water Je 18% Pr 25”. 

Trp n.[m.] cold ;—abs. Gn 8” (Bh), 

TP n.f. id.;—abs. ’P O12 Na 3” a day 
of coldness, cold day, so Pr 25”; ‘Pp alone, cold 
of night Jb 24‘; in gen., due to winds 37° 
(DYN v. mt Pi.; yet Voigt Bu, attractively, 
DID (cf. 144°) out of storehouses ||| V3]); 
sip" 2 InP "IBD v147",+pl. Zc14° (rd. NP}, 
v. WP). 

Tipo mete gooneecmiee "® of cham- 
Ger on my Ju 3%=/00 79N v%. 


7 LU, [1/2] vb. Pilp. tear down (?) (NH 
PW? tear an wall) s—only Pt. 1? WP Is 


22° usu. (men are) tearing down wall(s), but 
.1. V2 8 ad fin. 


thy Kata Svopas Kadns. 


903 


mp 


wap (7 of foll.; cf NH WP be(come) 
firm, solid, PP board (rare)). 

wp ) nem. ***.16 board, boards ;—abs. ’p 
Ex 2684, wap v v4; sf. Wap igen 
DWP ve+4; estr. WIP v%+; sf. WIP a 
—t1. coll. boards, of deck Ez 27° (of Tyre 


under fig. of ship). 2. board of tabern. 
Ex 26°64 45 t. 26-40; Nu 3% 4* (all P). 


< 
IN} v. mp. 


Ter (Vof foll., meaning dub.; cf.Ar. i283 
basket of palm-leaves ; Eth. Pvt; urn, jar ; 
NH MOP=BH aywp, cf. T XMIOP, or ninop; 
Talm. DDR, XDD’? a measure, Syr. fies jar, 
( after >), NGF AK 162.07 Fy 8.2 Brock * =) 

Timp, Kot aie | n.f. a kind of jug, jar, 
utensil of tabern. and (Ch) temple ;—pl. nivp 
Ex 37° 1 Ch 28"; estr. 7220 nivp Nu 4’ jars 
of the drink-offering ; sf. (of table) Ex 25”. 

Tnop (for a) n.[f.] pot (for ink), ink- 
horn aa. "BDI /P Ez 97%, abs. NOPD v"4 


Dwp (¥ of foll.; meaning dub.). 


Tow n.f. unit of (unknown) value, 
perh. weight: Gn 33” ||Jos24*(both E),Jb42". 


wip (/ of following; NH nypyp scale ; 
cf. Ar. . 3 skim off fat, rv. scale off (Berggren), 
esl be healed from small-pow, etc. (Muhit ; i.e. 
scale off), cf. _3 get well from leanness, Frey 
(Kam Golius); also sweep (up débris) Dozy"*"). 

Tnwpwp n.f. scale of fish, etc. ;—-of water- 
animals having ’P) YBID fin and scale Dt 14°” 
=Ly r1™2; pl, DYPYP, of scale-armour 18 
17°; plusf. pnepbp Ez 29** (of Pharaoh under 
fig. of crocodile). 

Wh v. wip. 

NWP (of foll.; cf. Ar. 283, Eth. P-(.er: 
NH al Pun. xooov Low *, all cucwmber(s) 
(Low? 500), so prob. As. biska ; ef. Syr. Jos 
id. (Lexx), 17" Nuri‘ pl. NP (v for n after 
P); Gk. aikvos, oiKin Lag Arm. Stud, § 1975; M il. 356 Lewy 
Fremdw. 30 9 

TLANwp, Low” | n.f. cucumber ;—pl. 
DX Nu rr’. 

Eade mHp n.f. place, field, of cucumbers, 
Is 1°; so Je 10° Gf Gie al. (cf. Baruch 6”). 


Wp 
[2wp) vb. incline, attend, of ears;— 


+Qal Impf. 3 fpl. 122VPR Is 32° (subj. ny). 
Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. ayipn is fd 66", etc.; 
Lae 3 ms. avin Is 423, @ ; Imv. ms. WPT 
Jb 33" 7eesp. nDwpa v5? ae ete nj.aesin 
DYPO 1 sg 157+; Pt. DWPO Pri +, pl. OIYP 
Ct 8°;—give attention (sts. + YOY); abs. Ho 5 
Lown esto 28440. Mig? a eae ; +x 
pers. Je18” Ze1* Is 51° (|| 287), 5 pers. ae ; 
458 rei Je 18% Ne 9* W142’, Y rei Je 6" 
Pr17!29®, 5 rei Je 6” Is 488 Pr 4” 5 
Ct 8", 3 rei y 66" 86°; also c. acc. rei Je 23% 
Jb13° 17" 6175) acc, coon, 1s 217; appari 
cause to attend, c. ace. 338 Pr 2? (+ S rei), ro”, 
but usage would be so late and rare that 718 
is probs subj.srel (Ges! 21) Se eae: 

a = : 

1 AU)? n.m. attentiveness ;—lYP as sign 
of life 2K 4”, of a living deity 1 K 18”; as 
ace. cogn. IWP-2) aw AWE Is 217 he shall 
attend an attentiveness (give close attention),— 
abundance of attentiveness (cf. 63’ ~ 145’). 

Tlawp] adj. attentive ;—fs. JJ!8 82 ‘7N 
M2wpP Ne 1°, 458 rei v! 


T[Awp] adj. ia.;—fpl. ninvp, of Din, 
2 Ch O°? ah 130°, all-+5 rei, 


a: [TWP] vb. be hard, severe, fierce 


(NH NWP be severe; Ar. es (s) be hard, dry, 
111. endure, struggle against, severity; Aram. 
NUP, lao be hard, dificult; JAram. ‘UP, MYP 
Cy hard); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. TNWP 1S 57, nnwp 
Gn 497; Zinpf. 3 ms. NYP’ Dt ra. rR wip 2 Ss 
19";—1. be hard, difficult Dt 1” (of a legal 
case; {2 compar.). 2. be hard, severe, 11. p 
29 1557 (of 4, in judgment); WY2 “P? Dt 15 
it shall not be hard in thine eyes (seem a severe 
trial, an injustice); of wrath Gn 49’ (poem in 
J; ||'); of fierce words 2S 19%. Niph. Pz. 
mwpa Is 8" hardly bestead, hard pressed. Pi. 
Impf. 3, fs. PAID WPM Gn 35" (E) she made 
hard in her bearing (had severe labour). Hiph, 
Pf. 3ms, HWP Ex 13%4+, ete.; Jmpf. 3 ms. 
WP 2 Ch 36"; 3 mpl. WP Je7%+, etc.; Png 
estr. sf. FNWPI2 Gn 35%; Pt. NYPO Pr 28% 291; 
—1. make difficult, difficulty : snp nwpn Ex 
13” Pharaoh made difficulty about sending Us 
away; of travail Gn 35” (E; as Pi.); Dwpn 
DiNvID 2K 2" thou hast made hard to ask, asked 
a hard thing. 2. make severe, burdensome, 


904: 





mpd 


yoke imposed by king rKr2!=2Chio, 3. 
a. make hard, stiff, stubborn, fig. of obstinacy : 
DEI NS WP 2K 17" they ae their neck, 
so Je 7°17" 19 Di 10 2 Ch 30° 36% Neg? 4 
Pr 29’; n223p WPAN ve g5%, cf. Pr 28"; subj. 
mrp abn nvPX Ex 73 (P), ace. MMTNY Dt 2®, 
% shew stubbornness Jb 9‘ (c. by pers. [’ ‘]). 


Ti MUP adj. hard, severe;—abs. ‘P Ex 
18% +; ostr. 329+; fs. YP Dt 265+; estr. NYP 
11%; mpl. DWP 283%; estr. ‘YP Ez 2 37; 
fpl. NWP Gn 427";—1. hard, difficult, of a legal 
question (127) Ex 18% (E). 2. a. severe, of 
battle 2 S 2”, wind Is24°, servitude (775) 1K 
12°=2 Chiro’, Dt 26° Isi4* Ex1™ 6 (pocaay 
as n.coll, NYP JOY NNW vy 60% thou hast made 
thy people see severe things; DY AYP Jb 30” 
i.e. one whose time (life) is hard, so 18 1” 
(reading Di NYP for OF ’P, G Th We Dr al.); 
severe, rough, of lord (D'J18) Is 19%, ef. 28 3 
(c, 112 comp. [33117 v. HPS]); “by nw) Hon 
Ju4™ the hand of the sons of Israel went on 
being more and more severe upon Jabin ; fierce, 
relentless, of “’s sword Is 27' (in fig.); rough, 
rude 18 25°; severe things, of language Gn 
427% (E; 0.137), 18 20% 1 K 12%=2 Ch ro 
(all c. AY); Mvp PN mow dN) 1 K 14° T am 
commissioned with a severe (message) unto thee 
(Ges § 121d, N.2 Da S- §§ 75 (a), ae nwp nan Is 217, 
b. fierce, intense, vehement, of N83? Ct 8° (|| TY; 
cf. Gn 49°). 3. rane oy a people stiff of 
neck, stubborn, Ex 32° 33°° 34 * (all we DE of ae 
nwpn 5 JEW 3 2 1; cf. nwa na Jes ; 1) vw 
Ez 2! (4 sbpim), are 3° (+ myeopin) ; 
alone= stubborn Is 484, 

Towip n.[m.] stubbornness ;—cstr. Dt 9”. 

Typwp n.pr.loc. Levit. city in Issachar, 
Jos 197 21% (in || 1 Ch 6% WIP q.v.); Kear, 
GL Keowwy, A Keo’, Kio’, 

A: rT (v of foll. mng. dub.; Thes decor- 
ticavit, =Ar. Ls3; then tornavit, but (os =v 2. 

Tepe 


?turner’s work, Is 3”, so most. 


n.[m.] an artistic hair arrange- 
ment 3 


7h maria n.f. perhaps hammered work, 


pay of metals (orig. turner’s work 2); — abs. 
‘0, of cherubim in tabern. Ex 25" 37's a 
stand 25°!6 341722. Nu 844, clarions 107,—II. 0 
Vv. NWP. 


mw 
TIT] vb. Hiph. 1. make hard. 2. 
treat hardly (Ar. 
Sab. nop hardness, severity, cruelty, SabDenkm 
*);—1, make hard, stubborn, Impf. 2 ms. mypAn 
(subj. 2), ¢. ace. a} Is 63” (+ JQNHD). 2 
treat hardly, roughly (of ostrich), Pf. 3 ms. 
mwpi Jb S07 (ce, acc. M22 ; rd. 3 fs. AMwpPA Hi 
Sieef Du);<(Di) Inf: vie (Gest 2) mvp Ew, 
or ee 3 fs, MWPA Hirz Bae*™" Bu. 


Towip n.[m.1?] bow ;—y 60°, Aram. form 
of NYP, q.v. (b for n after p). 


pup (v7 of foll.; cf. Palm. DwpP succeed ; 
Aram. si NOWP right, truth; Syr. Race 
cay Sips tara, frac true, Mand. pws be 
true, v. Schwally™*; Ar, b..3 equity, justice 
is loan-word (v. Fri")). 

Towp n.m. truth ;—Pr 22”! (ace. to Toy 
Aram. gloss to foll. M28 "V28). 

WP, wp, vy. I. nwp. 

wp vb. bind, league together, con- 


spire (N H id., bind, join, WP knot; XP, 

Syr. sho bind (b for n after BN Oae Soo 
who cp.also (‘perh.’) Ar. > 23 force to doa pings 
Eth. BAG: bind) ; —Qal Pf. 3 ms. "wp Am 7" 
1 K 16"; 2 ms. sf. DWP? consec. Dt 6, ete.; 

Impf. 3 ms. WP 1 K 15% +, mePN 2K rg, 
etc.; IJmv. ms. sf. DWP Pr 38+; ‘Pt. act. pl. 
prwip 2S15"+5 pass. fs. naw? Gn 44% Pr 
22; pl. DWP Gn 30%; — 1. bind: a. hit., 

c. acc. rel + Ce Gn 38% (J), Je 51", +3, in 
2121 (JE); bind, confine, c. acc. DY Jb 39” 
(+ nna), acc. of crocod. 40”. b. fig., c. acc. 
459 Dt 6811 Pr 3° 6" 7° (all of religious and 
moral precepts); e.3, WEI2 nvwp iw Gn 442 
his life is bound up with his [viz. the boy’ s| life 
(J; of strong affection) ; syyr393 p MAN Pe 
22), c. pt. pass. vigorous (prop. well-knit ; 

opp. “ DYBLY) Gn 30°(J). 2. league together, 
conspire : c. oY pers. against 1S 22°% Am 7” 
t K 18% 16° 2 K 10°15, 213%4— 2 Ch 33%”, 
2Ch 24”; c, acc. cogn. WP, 1 K 16° 2 K 12” 
5°) 4 by pers. 14°%=2 Ch 25”, 2 K 15%; abs. 
1K 16 Ne 4?(+ inf. purpose); ¢. DY, together 
with, 2815.  Niph. Pf: 3 fs. mw 18 133 
the life of Jonathan was bound up with the life 
of D. (Qal 1»); Impf. 3 fs. BIND? WM 
Ne 3% all the wall was joined to gee (the 
circuit complete). Pi. Impf. 1. bend on 


3 be hard, firm, tough ; 


905 


nip 
(as ornament), 2 fs. sf, OWPN Is 49°° (fig.; 
|| °wa2A). 2. bind fast, 2 ms. WPN(A) 
ma") NiaW Tb 38" canst thou bind fast the 
bands of the Pleiades ? Pu, Pé. |N¥O 
NWP] Gn 30" (J), = Qal lc. Hithp. 
conspire: Pf, 3 pl. by MwPNI 2 Ch 24” 
(|| 2K 12” Qal 2); Jmpf, 3 ms. “8 Wen 
2Ko"; Pt pl. roy OwWPENDT 2 Ch 24”, 
Trwip n.m.?5” conspiracy j—abs. 228 
I5°+, WP 2K 11"-+; estr. WP Ez 22” (but 
v. infr. ); ‘sf. ee 1K 16” 2K 15%;—con- 
spiracy 2815"; as ace. cogn. c, WP 1 K 16” 
2K 12" 14%=2 Ch 25”, 2 K 15%; NYDN 
” yeina a 1ory al WNA fn) NY] Je 11°; as 
exclam. 2 K 11" 2 Ch 2333, Ts322 (Gr lag 
one Gu" al. YIP or BAD); TI) WP Ez 
2%, <rd, TY? WS Co Toy Krae al. (after ®). 


T DWP n.[m.] pl. bands, sashes, or other 
woman’s ornament that is bound on :—abs. ‘P 
Is 3; sf. PIWP Je 2° (|| MW; cf./ Pi. Is 49). 


AL ww (Vof foll.; cf. & WYP be old (orig. 
be dried up'), Syr. ad be old; TAram. Vw? old ; 
Palm. xwwp name of office, perh. elder ; NH WP 
stubble, straw (Liw® a so Syr. Va, X NWP 
(Ex 157 Is 40); Ar. (25 is loan-word Fra’), 


Twp nm.” stubble, chaff;—abs. ’P 
Ex 5+, wD 15‘ ‘lit. as acc. cogn. ’P ves 
yand xen (J ); in sim., as Petteina bla Tse 
Is 5% 47% Naz” Jo 2°, so in metaph. Is 33" 
Ob’® Mal 3%; in sim., as driven by wind 
Is 40% 41° Je 13" 83"; fig. of the worthless 
Jb 13”, of harmless trifles 417071, 

T [oie] vb.denom.P0o'. gather stubble;— 
a 3 pl. consec. WP) Ex 5’; Inf. cstr. wivipo 

> Pi wopn Nu i5?™, £ nvepd 1 Krys; 
Ai ioe stubble, c. ace. cogn. WP Ex 5” (ind); 
also c. acc. [20 v’ (both J); c. acc. OY ag 
firewood Nu 15°" (P), 1 K 17°". 

Table [wun] doubtful vb., only Qal Zmv. 
+ Hithpo'. Jmv., WAP) WP Zp 2!; AV RV 
gather yourselves together, yea gather together, 
from foregoing (cf. Vrss), but this only denom, 


in specif. mng. gather stubble, sticks, etc.; read 
prob. with Gr BuS* 1 a], wiay wesand, 


T nip n.f.%%*™ (appar, m., 2S Lasput.v. 


Albr24W = ase) *') bow (orig. V7 perh. wp, mng. 
unknown; Ae id.; As. kaStu; Eth. bar: 


nwp 


Br oS; hw Po: See ete.; YRAYP and (v for 
n after P) NBA (rare), all bow, SNWP bowman ; 
Syr. J&aS bow, \ias bowman, OAram. nwp 
bow, Mand. xowa (Fri™); Palm. xpwp bow- 
man) ; ;—abs. “Pp Ho 1/4, ny Je 46°+3 cstr. 
np Ho r>+; sf. ‘YP Gn 482+, etc.; pl. abs. 
ninvip 2 Ch 26"%+; sf. YOAWPE (Ges) Is 5%, 
DNAMBP Je sry 37%, DIMMABP Ne 4? (MAB 
etc, van d. H. [exe. ¥37”]);—1. bow: a. for 
hunting Gn27?(J;4+°2h).  b. battle :-+(or ||) 
aan, Gny48" J Jos.24'2 (both .E), Mommeme. 
18 184(+ 3M), 2817 2K 6” Is 41? Ne q’ 
(+ D091), Ze 9% (fig. of Judah as ’’s bow), 
v 37° (fig.), 447 (+or ||220 also infr.);+ 
(or |) SN 1s 7? Kira? s Wz oo° eine oo. 
cf. a) BY) vy 76*=arrow (+320) }212) so m j2 
Jb 41” (cf. La 3" Jb 5’); +O py 46%, +02 
Je 6” 50”; + various weapons Ne 4” 2 Ch 
26%; alone Is 13% (context corrupt), 22° Je 
ary Hb 3° (of * as warrior); mandy ELC y” 
ro*; in sim. D1 /P2 lke a bow of deception 
Ho 7'° y 78% (i.e. one that misses its aim; al. 
slack bow). ¢.’P coll. = bow(-men), archers 
Is21”. d. phrases are: ‘Pa DIN onina rs 
31° archers, bowmen (but dub.; Dr Kit Lohr tr., 
D0 ’S ; We Bu del. ’x, as || 1Ch10*; HPS Now 


906 


rN) 


del. ‘Pa ’8), P2 ODT + Ch 10's ‘P NNOY Gn 
2116 (y. [AND)]), Pm Je 4”, s oe Gn 21? 
v. NWP, ||P PY (v. IL. pe/3) eG ha gerks ‘Cee 
P17 43 78°; ‘PI VBA Am 2" one grasping 
the bow, (v. Je 46° infr.) v. also ’P2 i xbp 
a K o@,pa-oy FT ITI 13%; PN bend (lit 
tread) the bow, Is 5° (pt. pass), 21" (id. || 220), 
Je go" 51° r Ch 5® 8 6 Ch rg’; 3414 
(|| 229), in fig. 11? (|| 7M), and, of God, La 2* 
3° ye 78 (LT; PDH YEA Te 46°; of. 
(fig.) ORY awe ‘377 Jeo; also ANN 
nvany ” W onsen g ae (rd. mn) for nay); 
93 qo draw the bow 1K 22% = 2 Ch18*, 
Is 66%. e. bow (passing over into) fig. of 
might, Gn 49% (poem), 18 24 Ho1® Je 49” 
Th 29” (cf. » 37%, b. supr.). £. TYAN) ’P fig, 
of divine judgment Jb 20% (|| O13 | Pw), 2. 
Bee nwan nia j2¥2 ma WwW ‘pn AN V3 
Ez 1; Gn 9% (P), a ‘sabb 7198) 
nyp a 11s Corr & al.om.; ; WeNow think 
misplaced g closs on v°; v. fureiee HPS. 


Towe n.m. bowman (si vera 1|.);—‘") 


‘Pp 729 Gn ar” and he became, growing up, 

a bowman ; but 7 then superfluous (om. &), 

ae aves eT ny? na (=P m4 Je 
* which Ball reads here), ef. Holz Gunk. © 


= 


") Reg, 20th letter ; =200 in post B. Heb. 
rN) Dt 14” textual error; v. TNT. 


TIN) vb. see (NH éd.; sasy MIS, 097 
1315 


lance a spectacle 1”; 
DHM ZMG xxix (1875), 596, oo 


Sab. x7 see, expect, 
Ar. hj see, so Eth. 
Cat TN, 8 banae appearance, Features, 
ete. (ci. i al 2)) ; ;—Qal,,,, Pf 3 ms. 
Gn29"+,sf. J87) consec. Ex 44, WN] 2K 2°+; 
3 fs. KON Gn 38%, sf. JON] Jb 42°; 2 ae 
Gn 20+, ete.; Impf. 3 ms. INT 225+, juss. 
81) Gn 418 (Baer Gi, Ges?» bh gt =; van dd. 
H. &72}), xy Ex 574+, 81% Gn 187+ (18 19” 
read pl. G Comm., i.e. sy Dre) ek) 
Ex 33%, INV eSaes tsk eo bas, 
juss. SN Miz”? Ze 9 (Baer Gi, cf. Ges K6 supr.; 

yan d. H. S10), NTA Gn 3° +; 18. ASS ere. 

NIN} 31+, etc.; Imv. 18) 2 w+, ete; Inf. 


abs, 189 Ex 3/+, INT Gn 26° Is 6°; estr. TR 
Gn 48", nis) Ex 108+, MS] Ez 28”, ete.; Pt. 
act. 18 Gn 1354, etc,; pass. NN? (Bee Gi; 

yan d. H. ni81):—1. a. see, subj. 1, Day, ; 
ce. acc. pers. Is 6° 30” Je 427+ 5+. Jb Pr; subj. 
pers., c. acc. pers. Gn 12" 4 (GN) D1 § 23%, 
rd, 1770 G Th We al. [not HPS]); °89 16° 
(pt. sf. ef. 85 95 Wa v'4, p. gr supr.); acc. of 
God 3a (orerby DNB) acc. pers. om. 18? 
19'+; c. acc. 2B 317 46” 48" Ex 33”, opp. 
ANTS v*; c. acc. *28 specif. of having access 
to man of rank Gn ara aay. [725] 2 ‘b). b. 
see, c. ace. rei: subj. PY, DIY Jos 247(E) 18 
243 (van d. H. Baer; v" Gi), DEST 5 t. Dt, +3 
API YPN yoy Je 32", cf. 34°; acc.om. 28 
ae Dt 2t'+ot. (ried To 6 rd; inxpd G We 
Dr Kit Bu HPS Now); subj. pers. Gn13% 31” 
+very oft.; c.acc.cogn. ANW Ex 3° + 7t., ANV 
Dn1077%, 11 8%, Ni Jo 31; hence sce abs.= 


ms) 


receive revelation, Is 30'°(|| nin), cf. Ez 13° and 
v. 1. 787; c.acc. MY, v.’y, p. 788 f.; see war, 
i.e. see it impending Ex 13” (E); roipamny oy 
py pabacny) 208 (Giv™); WWI N Ec 7" those 
who see the sun=living men; ace. rei om. Ex 
22° 281354, JINa HNN) Dn 8*4(abs.); Wa Nd 
INT NDI Ne 45; DN DY Ts 323, DN DPD Ib 
34°; c. adv. or ady. phr. instead of acc. rei: 
m2 Gn 41” cf. Is 668, Ez 177", WD 2 K 2” 
2Ch 29° 30° Jb 48 Ez16® Dnr®, J} p48. 2. 
see, sq. ace.+cl. or phr. of closer design.: (1) 
+ epex. cl. ¢. 3, acc. pers. Gn 6? saw them that 
they were fair, 124 (both J), Ex 2? 32” (both E), 
1K 11, ace. of face+id. Gn 31° (E), Ex 34” 
(P); ace. rei Gn 49" (poem), Is 22° Gn 1(P), 
Ec 2% 4* and prob. 2K 147 (rdg. 830 1d °3); 
(2) Wy WP NBNPZ A 28 20); (3) +adi. 
(incl. pt.), acc. pers. Gn 7'(J), Am 9! 25 18” 
+39 t. (Je 46° del. “1 G Gie), +acc. WR Ex 
ieee Loeacty rel, lox 23° 33° (both 1s), Dt 
22* Ez 33° Dn 1” 84%"; +(4) + 1D, ace. rei 
Nu13%(JE), Hg 2°; +(5) +prep. phr., acc. 
pers. Ex 5"(J), Zc 4°° Ec 10’ Est 5°; ace. rei 
+1332 Hg 2’, +3 pers. Je 23%", +5 pers. 
Jug”, J rei 25 18%; (6) ace. pers.+ adv. acc. 
+3 pers. Je 30°. 3. see, so as to learn to 
know: c. ace. pers. Dt 33° (|| Y37, YT); c. ace. 
rei Dt 1! 11? Jbr1"(|| YT), + 16" 49°; =have 
experience of, Je 514% 20% 42™ Zp 3% p89" 
Ec 3%, ms5 8 YY NW Ec 85; NN TD Gn 
20" i.e. what hast thow encountered, that ...? 
Bacher 24” xix (1899), 345 ff. ; Terminol. 177 f. 4. abs. see, 
have (power of) vision, Gn271(J), 48” (E), 
meee oe CO TA>,) miraculouse2 Ki 6117. 
denied of idols Dt 4" 115° 135°; fig. of 
spiritual vision Is6" 29% 42° 448 Je 5” Dt 293 
Ez 127? 40" 69%; AN PY Pr 20%—1 8 14% 
rd. Qr v. TiN. 5. see=perceive: a. sq. cl. 
e.°2, Ex3*8"Gn1"” + oft.(18 23% rd. 81) and 
he feared We Dr Kit Bu HPS Now); om."9 (late) 
+La 1” 49" Ec 3"; sq. of indirect question 
Gn 239 (J), ann (E), Ju o* Dt 208 Je ye 30 
Ez 8° Jon 4°+; 193 Jur6® cf. 1814%, N32 Zc 2° 
35"; sq." of indirect question 1814” Is 40% 
La 2” (4-7D'20); sq. 18 26%, NN 2K 6%, 
nS Je 37; sq. cl. c. 1 whether, Gn 8° 187! Nu 
rr™ (all J), Ex 4" (E), ¥ 147 53° Ct.6"” Est 34 
ON whether Je 30° Lar? y139% Ct 78, WS 
that or how 1818", 8 Ec 2°, Y that v™, BU 3° 
b. c. acc. WD] NY Gn 427" (i.e. saw it by out- 
ward signs), cf. Ho 5". [ote, under 5 (rarely 
in other cases, and only SK Je), tImv.+y 


907 


TINT 


ImvsON 3S PS 24a bo4bi Keone yt 
LS 25836 293 AS 3 2 eee 
20’ 2 K 5’; in reverse order, 1) 81 1 § 23” 
Je5'.| 6. look at, see, by direct volition : 
a. subj. men, c. acc. rei, Gng” (J), 42°77 (E), 
Ly 13*" +; c.acc. of land=reconnoitre Jos 2}; 
look at sun, etc., for worship +Dt 4° Jb 31; 
= Inspect 1 K 9” Lv 14%; ¢. acc. pers. Nu 
2402 (IH) Hk oe livT 35 etal) ae 6011 
(1819 HPS prop. nsa-bx for nis); c. prep. 
87 NN 9 Gn 16" (J) Z have looked after one 
seeing me (interpr. v. Di). b. subj. God, ¢. ace. 
rei Gn g(P); =inspect 11° (J); look at with 
favour, acc. pers. Jb 37™ 138°; so perh. fig., 
subj. man, regard, c. acc. 8 66" (Hup-Now; 
Che Bae Dr al. ¢ntend) ; look with pleasure (ace. 
om.,+]2 by reason of, as a fruit of) Is53” 
(si vera ].; ins. ace.1i8 G Houb Klo Du Che 
Kit [perh.|, with Hiph. 787! G Du Che*™, 
rescues from travail his soul, makes tt see light). 
ce. without ace., look, take a look, etc. (of man 
and God; oft.+37)), Gn 8" 18? Ex 3? Ly 13° 
La 3° (1 loc.), Gn 13** (J) loc.-+7 loc.), Dt 37 
Ez 40' 44° (all P2Y2), + oft.; peculiarly, °3D 
WA j2) INI Ju 7" (cf.GEM). d. look after, 
see after, learn about, c. acc. rei Gn 37 (J), ¢. 
ace. pers.= visit (go to see) 15 15° 20% 28 13° 
2K 8%=2 Ch 22°, 2 K 9", cf. Ez 20%, "80 JY 
Jb 7° (DiBu al.).  e. observe, watch, abs., 18 
6°16 7478 He 8% (|| ya).  £. look upon= endure 
to see, c. acc. rei Hb 17°(|| 0°29). g. look out, 
Jind out, ace. pers. 2K 9’, Gn 41 (E), + S pers. 
1816"; select, acc. pers. +] from among 2K 
10%, + 3 among+5 pers. 18161; provide, fur- 
nish, ¢. ace. rei Dt 33”! (poem), +5 pers. Gn 225 
(E), cf. abs. 187" “ as n.pr.loc.=” seeth v4" (EK; 
tread ANY, cf. v>, Niph. and Di); n'x7 Est 2° 
looked owt = suitable (as oft. NH). h. look 
at = concern oneself about, acc. rei (+1793) 
Gn 39” (J). 7. of mental observation: a. 
Imv. see/ observe ! consider / exclam. (nearly 
=3/}), sq. cl.: Gn 277 31° see! God is witness 
39 41%! Ex 4” Dt1°+; sq. nom. independ. 
28 24” (||1 Ch 21™ sq.cl.). b. look at, i.e. 
inquire into, a matter, acc. rei om., of %, 18 
24'°(Giv®). ¢. give attention to, acc. rei, Je 2°, 
abs. give attention/ 2813"% 2K 6” Hx 25° 
45"; take heed to, ace. rei, 1 K 12%°=2 Chiro’; 
abs. take heed! Ex10”, +/B 2K 10% d, 
discern, M231 ‘2D Ee 17°, si 38 es dize 
tinguish, c. 2+++}'2 of pers. Mal3”*. £. consider, 
reflect, Ke 7" (sq.cl.orat. rect.). +8.a.c.3, lit., 
look into, hence look at with interest (Germs 


ms 


“sich vertiefen in’): (1) gaze at 186" (on 
context v. We Dr HPS), so as to become 
acquainted with Gn 34'(P); so as to find out 
Ec 3”; inspect liver (for omens) Ez 21°; some- 
what weakened = behold Jb 3° 2 Chy¥7* 64°. 
(2) look at with kindness, helpfulness, of ’, 
‘Ya Gn 29” 18 1" (+inf. abs.), 25 16%, Wa 
106, (3) upon a spectacle causing anger 
Ex 2" (KE), grief Gn 21° (E), 44% Nurz” (both 
J), 2) Kiz2” (subj. DY) Ch 34" Bata. 
abhorrence Is66™. (4) gaze at with appre- 
hension Ecr11*. (5) with joy, pleasure, 2 K 
10” Mi 7° Je 29” Is 52° (NY2 f'Y, cf. Niph. Nu 
14°,), J b/20% 337 4) 54° 106° )123° Cle tou. 
Ee 2’. (6) esp. with exultation, triumph = 
Jeast eyes upon, sts. gloat over (fallen enemies), 
Jo Mi! biz 234 Obl yoo aie ees 
Daaice by pers. Is 17’ (subj. OY; || oy nye); 
by pers. Ex 57! (J); DVANT-OY 9) Ex1? y. [jak] 
and ‘Comm., also Spiegelbi= = °° os sc, 
c..3, 2255 My my DY. 7) DINT 18 167, 9 
ip "TN 1 64°,—Corrupt is DINT ND NT 
1 Ch 17” (and || DIND NA nxt 2 8 7”), read 
NTA (with other changes) We Dr Kau BuH PS 
Now; Ez12” read prob. Niph. & Hi Co Krae ; 
Mi 6° read prob. N87) cf. NowGASm. WNiph. 
Pf. 3 ms. WN) Gn 48°+4+, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 181" 
Gn 224, juss. 8 Ex34° Lvg®, 87) Gnir27+; 
1s. SUN) Ex 6%, etc.; Zmv. ms. W817 1 K 18'; 
Inf. estr. nintad S14, ninad eerie e2-ts, 
nk Ju 137 18 3%, etc.;—L. appear, esp. a. 
of ’* (God): c. DN pers. Gn12’/ +6 t. J, Gnas} 
(E), v? 48° Ex 63 ("WwW DN, 3 essent.), Lv 9* (all 
Rr wo 2 Ch Zar Korn ac. 5 pers. Je 
31° 2 Ch 1’ 31 (ins. ” G Kau Kit); abs. Gn 22" 
in the mt. where ”) appeareth (prob., Di Sta%* 
450 ])z Hast. DB ii. 668 . E), Nu 144 (JE; ya ry 
v. Is52° Qal 8 a(5)), Lv 16° (BP; a loc. + ¥), 
18 3" (3 loc.), 2822" (IBIS Y; <NP || y 
184), +5 te; of ” NPD, c. ON pers. Ex 3?(E), 
Jam sy Or Wmia3; 1c, DN pers. Ly 9° Nu 14” 
(S:loes) sro” Zo? (all P), J 6" 13°; by pers. Is 
6075 sabs.. Hix 16” (2 Loe.) Nuaz7’ both P). 
b. appear, of man, = present oneself: c. HS pers. 
Gn 4677), Jin 1370 ar Ketel hv 1 sake, ON of 
God ¥ 848 (3 loc,), {INT NBN Ex 237 (E); 
abs. Is 16" (del. as dittogr. Lo Du Che*” Marti 
al.); esp. (Mass.) sq. *22("N8) of ”, rendered 
appear before: so 81) 181”, OS Ex 34” 
(JE), Dt 16", ANI y 428, WY Ex 23" (B), 
347° (JE), Dt 16%, nini> Ex 342! (JE), Dt 31” 
Is1”; read prob. in all Qal (vy. [7128] II. 2). 


908 


om 


c. appear, of things: late (Hex only P), abs. 
Gn 1° 8°, c. 2 loc. 9'* Lv 13"; elsewhere poet. 
y 18% = 2 8 22), 90" Pr 27” (of NYT), Ct 2” 
(a loc.; of blossoms); subj. DFS Dn 1® 
(+ adj. pred.), v2 (4222); subj. fi, bis 
pers. Dn 8"; subj. 9122 Ly 14* (c. 2B pers.). 
2. be seen: a. subj. rei, 1 K 10% =2 Cho” 
(where 073 subj.) Ez 19", of sins 21 (|| nica), 
subj. MND Ju 19”, J2ND etc. Erol. b. subj. 
pers. 25.17% (4+ N29) be seen to come. ec. be 
seen=occur 2 K 23” (2 loc.); exist, +5 pers. 
Ex 13’7 (JE), Dt 16*, cf. Ez 10°;=be present, 
+21 loc. Ju 5° Ex 34° (JE). 3. be visible, 
Ex 33” (JE; subj.’’s face), 7812 j28 PR 1 K 
6%, B5=2 Ch 5°) Je 197 ls 47°. ee 
3 pl. 8) ND YNbYY Tb 33% (Baer Gi; d.f. Ki 
Ko" >, Mappik Ges’ “4; van d. H.387), appar. 
his bones are not seen, detected; De which were 
(formerly) not seen; Di are insignificant (‘un- 
scheinbar’), so Bae; prob. corrupt, Bu 183, 
Du del. as doublet. +Hithp. recipr. look at 
each other: Impf. 2 mpl.38InN ma Gn 42'(E); 
techn. 3 mp].0°3D 3810") 2K 14"%=2Ch 25" and 
they looked each other in the face, i.e. met in 
combat, so 1 pl. “B ANI 2 K 148=2 Chas”, 
cf. (perhaps) 2 K 23”, where Wkl Benz conj. 
AS MININID (or Niph. iAX niNd72) for MT 
ink ink. Hiph.,, Pf. 3 ms. 7879 Gn 4154, 
sf. 2807 Am 71+, 28) Ez 11”, YN Dt 57 
Ju 13%, JN Dt 4%; 1 s. TSI Na3° (Ges! *?), 
sf. PINT Dt 344, ONS] Is 39° cf. || 2 K 20°, 
ete.; Jmpf. 3 ms. SM Is 30”, Si) 2 Kar, 
sf. INT Nu 23? y59"; 1. sf. THOS Gn1r2'+, 
etc.; Jmv. ms. sf. "2877 Ex 33", etc.; Inf. cstr. 
MIND Dt 34, of MINI Ex got, DINKY Ds 
1®, ete.; Pt, NW) Ex 25° Ez 401;—1. a. cause 
one to see something, shew: (1) subj. man, c. 
ace, “pers. = rei; Nu137°(J EH), Ju 1 eae 
208-13 8—— 1g 3977" 4 £., acc, Tel om. Hzmo: 
Est 48, acc. refl. W5I+ acc. rei Ec 2%; NT! 1 
sip y 4", acc. pers. om., = exhibit Est 14; c. 
2 acc. pers. Jug” 2 Kiri, (2) especially 
subj. (God), c. acc. pers.+ rei, Gn 12! Ex 
9” (both J), Gn 41% 48" (both E), Ex 33 Dt 
34'” (both JE), Dt 3% 4° 571 Jos 5° (D), Ex 25° 
(P), Jur3%+4 5 t.4+.(of revelation to prophets) 
Nu 23° (JE), Je 38” Ez11™, also, c. acc. rei 
cogn., Nu 8*(P), acc. rei om. Dt 344 (JE), ace. 
pers. om.=exhibit, Is 30%; of visions, ” subj., 
c. ace. pers, + 7D Am 7!" 81 +783 Ex 27° 
(P), c. acc. pers. only=cause to see [a vision] 
Je24'; c. 2 acc. pers.t+appos. 2 K 8", ace, 
pers. cl. c.°2 v. (3) subj. angel, acc. pers, 


nN 


+rei, of revelation to prophet Zc 2* 3'; ace. 
pers.t+cl.c. 2 Ze 1, b. cause to experience 
something, c. ace. pers. + rei, subj., Hb 1° 60° 
ni Sex +2. cause to look intently at, to 
behold, c. acc. pers. +3 rei (cf. Qal 8), subj.”: 
a. cause to gaze at, with joy ~50"% 91". b. in 
exultation, cawse to feast one’s eyes upon, fallen 
enemies y 59" (cf. MI’). c. in weakened 
sense, cause to behold Dt 1° (cf. Dr). +Hoph. 
1. be caused to see, be shewn: Pf. 2 ms. YS, 
subj. man, acc. rei, Ex 26” (P; 3 loc.); so Pt. 
ANW 25!°(P; 3 loc.); sq. inf." NVI NNW ARS 
Dt 4”, 2. be exhibited to, subj. rei, acc. pers., 
Pf. 3 ms. consec. {T2I7NS ANI Ly 13° (P). 

TAN] adj. seeing, assumed by Thes al. 
to explain estr. 2Y ANW Jb 10”, but improb. ; 
Mass. appar. intended Imv. (unsuitable); Ew 
al. M81); Di Bu Du (after Lag Gei) wy my 
chad (i.e. sated) weth Wao 

fr. TIS n.[m 
157);—old name for 8°2) 1 S 9°”, used of Sam. 
y®*111819 and (as archaism) r Ch 9” 26% 29%; 
Gam sgiez Chiro?" ; ANNA appar. of Zadok 
25 1 ai, but erpt. (ont inWe Dr); pl. (c. prep.) 
psd Is 30”° the seers, as a class, 

It. ms n.({m.] prophetic vision 02 2Y 
Is 28' ¢ they reel in (their) vision (|| i rabies, spd). 


fur. PS) n.pr.m. 1 Ch 2”, v, M7 infr. 

TIN Ez 28% vy. / Qal Inf, and 8 a (6). 

TIN n.f. look ;—estr, YY M81 Ec 5° 
Qr (Kt mx7). 

TST n.m.mirror;—P¥"9 13 Jb 37'8(sim.). 


.] seer, c. art. 1) (exc. 28 


Pos n.[m.] looking, seeing, sight ;—1. 
seeing, bs Gn16"* a God of seeing (=who 
sees). 2. appearance (=TN), 81 31D 1S 
ror; 1D Jb 337 without (healthy, fair) ap- 
pearance. 3. sight, (warning-) spectacle, 813 
Na 3°—'" Gn 16°" Jb 7° is Qal Pi. sf. 

TN v. TAN. 


tI. ney n.f. vision, as means of revela- 
tion : » abs. Nua'r2° (EH), 183" Du to", as ace. 
cogn. v’7*; appar. pl. abs. MIS Ez 43°, but 
rd. 1277 ANY G Co Berthol Siegf Krae, or del. 
Toy Krae (as altern.); cstr. Apa nixv Gn 
46? (E), DYN NIN Ez 1! 8? 40%, 


909 


MN 
7 i: LAN] n.f. mirror (so Vrss; as 


place, or instrument, of seeing (oneself)) ; ;—pl. 
estr. NAY NNW Ex 38° (P) the mirrors of 
the serving-women (v. Di). 

MW tog eM. sight, appearance, 
vision;—’» abs.Gn12"+; estr. NW Dt 28*+4; 
sf, FANW Jo2*+, INV Lv 134+; appar. pl.cstr. 
N12 Ec 11? (K6" +), sf. (prob. in fact sg. Ges 
ss) PW Ct 24, fPSVD Na2’+, etc.;—1. 
ta. seght, Dire spectacle Ex 3° (J). b. 
appearance ’ 15 22 Gn 2°(J) desirable in ap- 
pearance, ">. bina Jos 22"; appearance of man 
(or woman), Jul 13° * (angel), Is 52" (servant of 
‘), Ct 5 Dn 8” 10; = outward person (opp. 
inner man) 1 § 16’; visible form Ct 2 Dn 
pete Da Nur (Esso xdapam G.@ Di, 
for MT AND), i.e. in personal presence oe 
Patt 03 x); TANT. DYDD TANI Jo 24; of 
crocod. Jb Aion 122 ‘Ex 24! (P), yan 2 
Lv 13°, UND Nu 9%, p12 Dn 10+; esp. 
Ez appearance Boe: vel rei (27 t., sts. redun- 
dant), I -13.26 82 Io 14, Wand "1D pv. 27 82 (|| wanpr)s 
of beauty T8V2 75") fair ‘of Pree Gn 39° 
(J; 4 INTE), Giant ot 7. (td. Dn? oY [q.v.] for 
DY); fem. “27nd? (AW) Gn 12" (J), mone ( i 
+78 mB), 2 S147; of kine 72(7) nid’ Gn 
4124 (E), opp. 72(8) niya vy, y2 PPD v?! 
(all E); of women also ™ nad Gn 24 26! 
(bothas Wrz oot ree Bet ml e286 (tO) NIAID 2 of 
boys’ ‘2'D Dn 14, ef. “10 nine in W793) nond 
(of suffering servant of ’) Is 537; 1) DN 28 
23” (but rd.as || 1 Ch 11% 7319 Bay We Dr al.). 
te. appearance, sight, vision Nu8*(P). +2. 
in gen. what ts seen, YY “12 Is 113 i.e. what his 
outward eyes see (cf. 1 S16’ 1b), IY mp 
Ez 23%, ASIA WS PPV 2 Dt 28%, “o-bab 
iD DY Lv 32 (P). +3. specif. a (upene ) 
viston (in Ez Dn; oft. acc. cogn. c.4N7): Ez 8* 
Lie ede ton rey lat 3377 ANN v5 (for NIN v. 
1. MNW supr.); ‘22 rr; Dn 31627 O7810-4.-5 

“pam ayn 8%, +4. pe vision = power of 
seeing (and enjoying), late: DY Y 1 Ke 6°, 720 
PY WWD JB DTNB 11° 


tao n.pr.m. (rd. Maar =679 seeth) ;— 
officer, Jeremiah’s time, Je 37", Sapouta(s). 
Tos n.pr.m. (” hath seen) ;—1. Judaite 


1 Chey (Pada, A Pea, GL Peaa), =111. aia a 
(crpt.; Acw, A Apaa), 2. Reubenite 1 Ch g 


Pnxa, GL Paca. 3. post-ex. name Ezr 2 
(Pen, A GL Paa)=Ne 7” (Paea, A GL Paaa). 


Ex 3,3 


ys 


{Sst + n.pr.m. Reuben, PovBny| wv] (be- 
hold a son/ but Gn 29 makes = Ya AN) (!); 
Jos4n:74l poyBrros, G Nyasos,/9 then perh.= 
Ar. Js, lion, cf. Di);—1. eldest son of Jacob 
and Leah Gn 29” 30% +4 11 t. Gn, Ex 1? 1 Ch 2}; 
as head of family or clan Ex 6%** Nu 1” 26° 
(all P), r Ch 5", of. NT}2 AVON Wa Det r7% 
2. as name of clan or tribe Jus” Dt 27% 
Jos 18’ (+8; both D), Dt 33° (poem), Ez 
48°73! Nur (P); so 1 18 Nu 17 13* Jos 20° 
arr (all P), 1 Cho", 7) In Nu 2a 
(all P); “1°22, as tribe, Nu 161” 32” (both JE), 
2° 7” 26° Jos 135 (all P), also (+Gad and 
oft. Manasseh) Nu 32'*°* (JE), Jos 4% (D), 
Nu 327215 Jos 22°4- 11 t, 22) (all Ph eet eh 
58; “WIR as tribe Jos 15° 18’ (both P), ND 
“773 133 (P). 

TIDAN adj. gent. of foreg.; of individ. 
1Ch rr”; c. art. as subst. coll. 223807 Nu 267 
34" (both P), Jos 13° (D; +7789), 2 K 10% 
(+24. + W207), 1 Ch 12° (van d. H. v75;4-"30 
Tei BIW YN), 26" (id.); DWI 1 Ch 5° 
271, 4 RDI (+sts. ~s baw *yn) Dt eae 29! 
Jos 1? 12°22" (all D) 2. Chis? cluDt4ac. 


FIND, TNT, TN, TINT, TN v. awn. 
DONT vo BND, | PWN v. ee. 


‘i [ON =) | vb. (Mass Thes al.) rise (si 
vera l., || form of nn); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. NIN Ze 
14”, but < rd, 7281 = 77 (/ D1), Gesh72P, 


TOS n.m.’?® wild ox (As. rému DI 
HWB603 (O89), Houghton TSBA vy (1877), 336 ff., and illustr. bef. 
P. 33 Schr ¥¢* 139 ff., 580 Hom NS 257 ff., 410, 436 f. Dr PASS Hl on 
strength and ferocity, Plin**""!; Aram. NON}, 
No], NID"), frou (Wag PN) a Ar ra) is white 
antelope, antilope leucoryx ; G (erron.) pove- 
képos (Is 34’ Gdpor), B unicorns, and (oftener) 
rhinoceros);—abs./ Nu23”+, 0S) ~o2", DY) 
Jb 30°"; pl. DON) Is 347 29°, DD] 22” (vy. 
Baer) ;—wld ox, as fierce and strong Jb 39°"; 
sim. of strength of Isr., pm niayind Nu 23” 
=24° (JE), TP OND DIM 92"; 80 fig. of 
Joseph, 1292 7 °372 Dt 33”; fig. of princes of 
Edom Is 347 (+ 0°28 DY 08); of powerful 
foes, DND) ‘2722 y 22”; in sim. of skipping, 
leaping, DNNT}2 ¥ 29° (|| 222). 


Toa n.pr.f. concubine of Nahor Gn 
22% (J); A Penpa, GL Penza, 


910 








WN 
fi. NANT n[fpl.] usu. corals (so Ki; 
black corals Thes (0°25 = red corals); cf. Ar. 


aol, sea-shell, We™** * 163) | ag costly Jb 28%, 
as merchandise, NOX) Ez 27% .—duxd DYN 
nN Pr 24", reading and sense dub., v. Toy. 


MON, 1. MVNA, MINT v. on, 1. 719. 
WA poor, WN poverty, v. WAT. 
WN 99 2m.” * head (common Sem. 


word ; earliest form *ra’s, Ar. fein Sab. DN1 
Pri ZMG xxix (1875), 425 Mordtm Him. Inschr. Bt Eth. Gan: 
Amh. él: hence (a heightened) As. ré3u (rarely 
rdsu), Aram. NY") (Egypt. Aram. wx Cooke 
North-Sem, Insor. 404) | 2 °§, mod. (Mo'ldia\arusa 
Huart?4s xii (1878), 491 Duval id, xiii (1879), ek Palm. Nw : 
Lzb*, cf, BH Ji, MWSR1; fr.*ra’3, also BH 
*YNT, UNI (Lag S115) TelAm. rusu(ne) 
Wk1**"S (gloss to kakkadunu), NH=BH ; SI° 
wei, Ph. wo, wn (in n.pr.), Pun. rws (in n.pr. 
loc.) Schréd?™:8" 8, nwx choicest, chief ; on 
MI” (sf.) nu,” wir], cf. Sm. sso" Non 
een te 9) ;—9 abs. Gn 3+, estr. 40°43 sf. 
WNT viS4 etc. pl. DWNT (for *DWNT NGS 
1834, ee) Ex 77st. estr. WNT Ho ae [nvASI 
1§ 26% vy. MUNI infr.]; sf. WN 1 Ch r2™, 
DIN Is 29+, etc.;—1. a. (c. 230 t.) head, 
of human being; man Gn 40'*" + oft., 133 Py, 
Jus” for the head of a man, 1.e. for each man, 
per capita; woman 2 K 9” Dt 21” Nu5® Est 
2%; boy 2K 4 Gn 48%44; of 9, under fig. 
of armed man  60°= 108°; of idol 18 5%; of 
gates, personif. ~24"°. b. head, of animals: 
of serpent—Gn 3”, dog 28 3°, ass 2K 6%, of 
MOO in Ez1” ef. v?, of B3I30 ro! ef. v4; 
of sea-monsters, jnND Jb 407 W744, DDI ys; 
esp. of animals for sacrifice Ex 12° 29%9 Ly 
poe g*2 418 tiP5 in phr.33No Is9 ae 
of noble and commoner) cf. v"* 19”, so (fig. of 
relative dignity, power, influence) Dt 28%". 
2. a. top (88 t.): of mt., 77, Gn 8° Ex 19% 
24% 34°+ 34 t.; hill, ¥33, Ex17°?(E), 288”; 
p29 “7 Pr 8? + 17 Toy (for MT ningn), N39 
70 Is 28"; of rocks, OY, Nu23°(JE), crag, 
yop 2Ch 25”; tower Gnir1‘(J), stronghold 
Ju6”, ladder Gn 28”(E), tree 285%=1 Ch 
14”, bough Is 17° cf. Ez17*”, mast (2; 237) 
Pr 23* (otherwise Toy); of ears of grain, naw 
Jb 24”, of stone Gn 28% (EK), bed, 7819, 47% 
(J), throne, npad bay ’) 1K 10”, tabern., or its 
wall, Ex 26%= 36” (P); pillar (=capital) 1K 
7° 4.13 t., MD v*, lampstand Ze 42, h.p.’s 
robe, 2*y03, Ex 28°(P), 733/79 W118” top of (the) 


WN 


corner, 1. e, most conspicaous stone (fig.); =<d7p, 
end, of staves 1K 8°=2Ch 5°, of sceptre Est 5”. 
b. height of stars Jb 227 (|| DY0W 7D). 8. 
a. head = chief (man) Ju 108 1199 Ex 18% 
(E), Nu1’*(P), Dt 1” Ho 2? Mi 3'-+ oft.; appar. 
combined with idea of first in a series 1 Ch 12” 
(van d. H. v’, series of 11); of God 2 Ch 13”. 
tb. =chief (city) Jos 11° (D), ef. (of city and 
king) Is 7°*°". +e. chief nation Je 317. td, 
= chief (place, position) 18 9” 1K 21°” Dt 20° 
1 Ch 4” (ef. also 5). e. UND ie chief priest 
2K 258=Je 52, 2 Chiro! 24" 26, YN [OID 
Benes’, “30 2 Char Hzr 7°; > alone 
2 Ch 24°; Dynan WNT Ne j2’. £. esp.=head 
of a family (PChr); M2 ‘Y8) (rare WN) 
(D)M38 Ex 64 Nu 7717 Jos224 1Ch5* 47°; 
iaN7 nra 9 y*; ynox nad 9 Nu gz‘, ef. 1 Ch 
58472 9 a 44, SNTTNA MiDN A Nu ag! Mise’ 
mua 32% Jos L4pei: pba niax Ex 6% 
Jos 211 ; mvp) niax(7) 7 1 Ch 9 a 152, cf. Nu 
361 Jos =o) eCirec™ pao ro t. Chr. < abs. 
Pinss(n) T Chs3! 026° 24) 2 Ch 174.8 t. Lar 
Ne (Chr); D'NON 9 Ezr 8}; niaxd DWN Ne 
11; go also /" alone x Ch si asa B84; co 
combined with idea of first in a series 23° 
(seriesiof 3), v'* (of 4), v” (of 3), v™ (of 2). 
+4. a. head=front, leader’s place Mi 2" 2 Ch 
207, cf. Am6’, b. of time, beginning, of 
night-watch Ju 7! La 2"; abs. YX2 from the 
beginning pact 0h DEP), Asn rion 
(|| 2: diy), Ke 311 (|| D-TY); first of months Ex 
12? (|| WN), Nu ro” 284 (all P); WN12 1 Ch 
16’ at first. c. of things, river-heads Gn 2” 
(J); ban ninpy 7 Pr 8, 5. chief, choicest, 
best, of spices, (ayEya, Hz 24" Ex 30” (P), 
Ct 4M; NN’ 7 y 137° the choicest of my joy. 


+6. head = division of army, company, band : 
sag? g 34.37. PeeLott, 1 3' -17.18.18 Jb 7, 2 
=sum, esp. in phr, ‘W7}a NY NWI Ex 30” 
take the sum of, enumerate, cf. Nu 129 420" 
se 3 ws Ly 5" in its swm, i.e. in full, so 
Nu 5’ (all P); of “’s thoughts y 139"; cf. 
NOX FT wo r19™. 8. other phr. are: 
12 ONIN NWI v. NVI Qal 1 b (2); ‘WD Br 
DNDY v on8, “WNT ny 3 LO 140 tava 

py) ; ; shake the head, v. = Hiph., cf. 12 
WATE Je 815, WNT TD 44; NID ADT Ny, 
1.€. requite, v. jn3 Qal 2b ad fin.; “7503 aw 
“12 Ob”, cf. » 7M Eee (sub py 2 i), and (c. 
mnby) Est 9%, NR MY] WT Ing” 1S 25” 
1K 2", cf. Jo 4*4; 1K 2® (sub D7 2 i), cf. Ne 3° 
(DWINT-DN), v. also 2§ 3” sub I. bs 3; see, 
further, 17 2i; Dni” y. 3 Pi. 


911 


PUR 
i [TWN | n.f. beginning-time, early 
time ;—pl. sf. nan} Ez 36” (ef. WRI 4 b). 

Tw n.f. top ;—appos, 17 [287 Zc 4’ 
1.e. the topmost stone. 

FWRI , former, first, chief (i 
heightened fr. orig. a, v. /) ;—abs.1 Ho 2” +, 
WW- Exr2°4, fw Jb 88, estr. we) Jb 157 Or 
(Kt pws, and so always Cod. Sam. Pent., v. 
Kothmmn: £ nyVKX} Ju zo%+ (Jos 21” Kt 
MWK, v. supr.); mpl. DWNT Ex 3414+, fpl. 
niwwe7y Is 417+, etce.;—1. former: a. in 
time, former of two Gn 25” (J), 41” (E), 
Dt 10's? 24°79 cle Hors nyvia7 oes (hota): 
JU20 eelGi Hees izroe yimore, gen. 
former, previous, Nu21** (JE), Mi 4° 2 K 17*° 
Ze1* 77? 84 Ne 5° Eo17® y79°+; I nys 
is 82 ah de ay tn Choma tre doings 
of ee ‘the former and the latter (DANN), 
chat 2. Cl oo ta 21g hoo. an Gao mans 
early days of harvest 2S 21°; D°2¥N7 as subst., 
former persons, ancestors, men of old, Dt 19" 
Ly 26% (H), Ec x4 (opp. DIAN); DWNT) as 
subst. the former things, i.e. past events Is 41” 
43°'8 46° 48°, earlier predictions 42°. b. loc., 
foremost, of two 25 187, 2. first: a in 
time, 1 1393 1 § 14™ the first slaughter (pre- 
lim. to general carnage); “7 "127 myA-NPY 28 
19 was not my word first ? ‘\ in appos. with 
pers. subj. +2 S19” 1 am come as first, cf. perh. 
Is 417 (ins. VON Ges De < read O73) for 
D3 37, Che" Kit”), and i Je 50” (opp. 
JONNT), Is 43%; 9 abs., first of mankind Jb 
15"; abs. of %, J (am the) first Is 41*(+7T8 
DNS), +HNS 44°48"; abs. of time, HWNT2 
Je Eis from the beginning ; esp. first of a def, 
series (sts. opp. 78), first day of feast Dt 16+ 
Bx pat ets Pe (H), Ne 8’; usu. first month 
(Wn) Ex 4077 Ly 23°46 t. P, 1 Ch 12" (van 
d. H. v®)4 10 t. Ch Ezr, Est 37 Dn ro‘, YIA 
om. Gn 8" Ex 12?"8 Nu 9? (all P) Ez 29” 30” 
45°, so Jo 2™, but rd. MWD (3 a) G S We 
Now and Dr. b. first in degree, chief: 1: 
NWN... OWT Ezr 9? the hand of the princes 

. has been jirs¢ in this trespass; 1 Ch 18” 
Dnio (cf. Estrinfr.). +3.a. fem. c. prep. 
as adv. phr.: (1) of time, 72U872 Gn 13*(J), 
=before, formerly, so Jos 8°° (JE), 28 7° 20% 
Joye Ised*. mb = before, formerly, Gn 28" (J), 
Ju18”; so 23 as formerly Ju 20” 1K 13° 
Is1* Je 33°%, =%2 Dt 9* Dnz1™ (opp. 
AIZINND) ; “a=at first, first of all, Dt 13% 147 


adj. 


TUNA 


Nu 10" (P) Jos 8% (D),) 1.K 14% 20°) Zena! 
Pr 207! (opp. THINS), rChirr’*ery*? News 
naw 1 Chig(=/a79) for what was at 
first, etc. (m9 Le); (2) loc., 73, i.e. at the head 
of an army 1 K 20", a procession Nu 10" (P), 
cf.Is 60% b. 72¥87 alone as adv.: (1) of om, 
first Gn 38% (J), 1K 18% Je 16" Ly 5° Nu 2° 
Jos217°(all P), Is 65/(Ew DeChe Di DuSkinner, 
>adj. Ges Hi Kn); (2) a place Gn 33° 2(J); 
(3) of degree, rank, Est 1™ 

T[srwasn] adj. first a DWNT Nw 
Je25'the first year; but rd.i2-,Gie Du Ko"), 

WNT 1S 26” v. NWN infr. 

TOWN n.f. beginning, chief (for FN 
No S44 1884, 1009 Vcr, Holz? 465 « Syr. JNnmod) a 
abs.’ Dt337!+, estr.“9 Gn 10” 4+. NWA Dt 11”; 
sf. INWNI Eo 78, INV Ib 42”, etc.;—1. a. be- 
ginning, of kingdom Gn 10" (J), year Dt 11”, 
reign Je 26! 24! 28! 49"; =first phase, step, or 
element in course of events Is 46" (opp. MNS); 
of a thing (031) Ec 7° (opp. zd.); of sin Mix”, 
strife Pr17“, wisdom 111", knowledge Pr 1’; 
thy beginning Jb 8’=thine early life, so his 
beginning 42” og) opp. MINS); “ before cl., 
’S 812 2 Gn 1! in the beginning when God 
created (>abs. in the beginning God created); 
Bs 940° (poem) beginning (first product) 
of my manly vigour (\|°193, 2), so Dt 217 

78° (both |] 923), 105"; ef, by s5979 Th4o” 
(of hippopot.), 2717 Pr 8” (of wisdom); =first 
season (of a tree) Hog"; O71 Nu 24” (JE), 
Jirst, earliest, of nations. b. first of fruits Ex 
23'°(H), 347° (JE), Dt 267° Ez 44°", of harvest 
Ly 23” (H), grain Dt 18* 2 Ch 31°, dough Nu 
157°! (P), Ez 44” Ne 10*, wool Dt 18*; of 
pnNan-Py Pr3°; Israel is nwa 1 Je23 (i.e. 
of ’*’s increase); “1 = first-fruits Ly2”(P), Nu 
18" (P), Net2*; A809 Ez484, 2. frst, 
chief, Am 6’; DMNA Je 49” (of bows); so 
appar. iy ‘A Dn 11", i.e. the principal 
part of them (Buhl Marti conj. MMNY, after S) ; 
pa nix 9 Ez 20", ie. your chief oplatione 
py Am 6°, i.e. choice oils ; =choice part, 
of land Dt 33”), offering 15 2”, mann 15”; abs. 
chief thing Pr 4’ (of wisdom). 

TUN, muy n.pr.loc. v. p. 601. 


TLniwy ya] n.{f.|pl. denom. place at 
the head, head-place ; —only sf. YNUNID as 


adv. at his head-place (of one lying down) Gn 
p30} (1) S19 helo eeomcret ss 26't?° 


912 ale 


(Kt snvinw); in v? read VHSB G We ie 
HPS, for MT Dany ‘NYNID; DINWNID Jer3" 

(head-tires AV™ RY), rd. pwn, , from 4 your 
heads, © S Y Gie Buhl Co™” (cf. < altena a Thes). 


tir. WN and (+Dt 32”) WI nm? 8 
a bitter and poisonous herb, then venom, alw. 
fig. ;—1. a bitter and poisonous herb, + (or |l) 
nye Dt 29” La 3", so (WN 2) Jeg 23%; 7 
(without 5) B3 Cage Dt 32% (|| N51) ; 
nxdm) wNA La 3°; “9 alone 69%; WNIB MBA 
DED Ho ro!, VEY IP OMIA Am6™, —_ 
venom, of serpents, bynes "Dt 32° Jb zoun 


irr. WN u.m. son of Benj.;—Gn 4671, Pos. 


tiv. WN n.pr.gent. Rosh (so G and 
most ; >chief Ew Sm al. (YB principem capitis) 
Mosoch) ;—only in phr. US7 NY2 (342 PPS) Ha 
Dam WD Ez 3875 391, Pas; not identified. 


1, 1.2), 2) vy. 1.552.) sors 
tal abe 


res [227] vb. be or become, many,much 


(NH 31 esp. lord, master, ‘D1 my master, 
teacher; MI? adj. pl. }29 5 Ph. 39,\t. agers 
[rababu], rabbu ; Ar. ©) rear, increase (acts 
ay >, thick juice, cf. NH 23) grease, is thought 
by Buhl al. to indicate original mng. be thick), 
-s lord, owner, master; Sab. 37 esp. in n.pr., 
Gon, DIDI, DDDWIT, etc, CTS % nom 285 95 286.15 
287,12 etc.; Lihy.29.2ts lord’) DA Meee 
282° Eth. 2M: expand, spread (intrans.); Aram. 
1, ©3 great, chief, so OAram. Nab. Palm. 34, 
Lb? Cook"); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. consec. 127) Ex 
23" Is62, 27 Gn18"(Hoo! rd.1ObwIT 2) [for 
MT 9 727\] G We Now); elsewh. only 3 pl. 321 
1825+, 73) Je46*+ 2t.[ other forms supplied 
by 737 q. v]; Inf. cstr. 4) Gn 6' Jos 9 Ly 25° 
(|| D8), sf. 0939 Dt 7’, and perh.029 Ho 4‘ (cf. 
infr.);—1. be (become), many, pers. ‘Gn61(J) Ex 
23° (E; v. supr.), 1S 25° Ho 4‘ (perh.), Is 66% 
y 3? 25) 38° Ee 5”, +) comp. Je 46% Dt 47! 
Wy 69°; of things Is 22°45 104”, years Lv 25" 
(P), sins Je5° 14’ Is59" Jb35° 2. become 
great, Gn 18" (J), Is 6”; be long, of journey, 
Jos 9°.—Pu. v.[ 37] denom. 


a 2), - adj. much, many, great ;—ms. 
abs./9 Gna4*+, 3) Gn 33°+, also 31 2Ch20”, 
J) 288, 7 Ezr 10%, etc.; estr. ad Ex 34°+-; fs. 


nay Nu 11+; cstr.n21 Ez22°4 nat (Ges'™*") 
Lat'; mpl. abs, 0°22 Ex23?-+, estr. v. 1. 2; 


ae 


fpl. abs. N1D1 Gn 30+ ;—[often both as pred. 
and as attrib.; as attrib. preceding n. (infl. of 
usage for numerals? Ko ** 5" Ges): 21 
Is 63’ ~145' (but read prob. 29, 737; in Is 217 
’\ is pred.), DD] Je 16 y 32" 89” (on context 
Bo ™ Bae, also Hup), Pr 7% 1 Ch28°, ni21 Ne 9% 
Pr 31" ];—1. (oft. opp. DY) a. (1) much: of 
substances, gold 1 K 10? y 19", silver (money) 
2K 12"=2 Ch24", bronze 1Ch 18°, wine Est 
1’; of other quantities, e.g.spoil 25 3”, property 
2 Ch 32”, seed Dt 28%, ete.; PTY 31 Ec 6°? be 
wt much that his days amount to; (2) esp. 
of collectives, nwmerous, J2-OY Jos 114 28 13%, 
N21 TAY Gn 26% Jb 15, 31 7p Dt 3%+4+, ete. 
b. pl. many: pers. Ex5’ Ju8” 9 1K 4” 117+, 
things Gn 30% Am 5” Dt 317+ n. om. M32 
Dn 11“1(sc. lands; rd. M337 myriads Kmp Bev 
Behrm Marti Prince); 0°22 B'D" many days 
(a long time) Gn 21 37% +4 28 t., NID] DIW Ne 
9” Ec 6%, DW nid Ty ON Ly 25%; nial 
D’ny Ne 9° many times (v. supr.) = N21 Dy 
y 106% Ec 7”; 132 13% Dt 25% many blows ; 
DvD DM many waters Nu 20" 24'+ 27 t., cf. 
Is 8’; etc. c. 21 as subst. coll.. pers. Ex 19”, 
also (opp. DY) 18 14° Nu 13” 26% 33% 35%; 
so N21 (Ges'™*) 2 Ch 30”"8, and (rei ; = much) 
Ez 24”; 31 estr. before abstr. (=2) Is 217 637 
W145’; esp. pl. DD] of pers. Ex 23??+ 37 t. 
eens Cty (v. p. 123). , 4. estn = 
abounding in, MNDB"I1 Pr 28", ION3I (v. 
r, JOM 3), M5") y147°, NIINHAI Pr 28”, 37 
mpm Ez 22%, MyW2I 177, MAD YT-I Je 32%, 
D>yB"I2 2S 23%=1 Chii™, YR Pr 29”, 
MPIAN-DI 14; NIN NI Jeg 1, O92 N11 § 2°, 
by ‘nat La 11 (Gesi™). +e. +] comp.= 
more numerous than Ex 1° Nu 22” Jos1o" Ju 
Meee 6 is.54' 1 Ch 244.2 Ch 32? Dn 11™; 
sq. inf., too many to Gn 36’ Ju 7? (cf. v*); vid. 
also foll. +#. 21= abundant, enough Gn 24” 
33°; asexclam. enough! Gn 45° 28 24%=1Ch 
21°, 1K 19*, so (+ 2 inf.) Ex 9% (j) 6 d); 
73-32 (with implication of excess) Dt 3” (let it) 
suffice thee! so Bea Ez 45°, also Nu 16*/= 
ye assume too much! +inf. z¢ 7s enough for 
you to Dt 1° 2° (i.e. you have done it enough), 
S04 {2 inf. 1 K. 12”, {D subst. Ez 44" tgeaas 
ady. much, exceedingly (only py), 31 ¥ 123°, 
4 18" (Hup De Che al.; HPS?*”” conj. 7197; 
om. || 2S 22%); 722 ¥ 62° 78" 89° (G Bae 2) 
817); M2) (Aramaism, cf. Syr. N55, N35, NG 
$1554 W7 84135) 4 6510 20° (=long enough), 123* 
m0). 2. less oft. great: a. of space 18 


913 


a 


26%, the deep Am 7* Gn 71! Is 51 y 36° (fig.), 
city La 1! (O%33 32 Ges! ),—-v. also }iTY, 
nian ;—plague Nur1*, empire Est 1”, goodness 
31°, wickedness Gn6’, etc. b. specif. strong 
(opp..82) fN)\)2 Chara: yuiind 11 Is 631; so 
DD] as subst. Is 53” (|| ODSY). +e. major 
natu Gn 25” (opp. VS); D'D1 as subst. 
grande, Jb 32°. +d. +] comp. greater 
than Dt 7*™ 9 20'; too great for Jos19° 1K 
19’.—Pr 26” is hopelessly corrupt, v. Toy. 
1.1.) | n.m. chief (As.-Bab. influence, cf. 


rab DINW2™?: BAram. 37);—estr./9 Je 39°+; 
pl. estr. 21 39% 411 (but v. infr.);—esp. “21 
D'NAd chief of guardsmen (v. N38), only as title 
of Bab. officer Je 39°"+15 t. Je, 7 t. || 2K 25 
(cf, 0 1 in Gn [JE]}); also 453hn ay Jour 
chief of the sailors, i.e. captain; tin gen. ays 
in’a Est 18, +1°DD-32 Dn 13(v.DD), and so ‘22 
baa 12 Je 39%, 3310 ‘21 41' (late gloss; om. 
G and ||2K 25”, so HiGfGie). +The foll. 
titles of As.-Bab. officers are prob. loan-words 
in Heb.: 42721 Je 39%" usu. chief soothsayer 
(v. 2), but = rab-mugi [% chief of princes| 
Pinches #20 ew DD ae (che Aram. 
[Nineveh] DID 39 Lzb**), 2K 18” (As.; not 
in || Is 367), Je 39%" (Bab.), usu. chief eunuch, 
but = rabi-sa-rési, chief of the heads (the prin- 
cipal men) Wk Unters. z. altor. Gesch., 1889, Excurs. v, p. 138 
(actually found as rubi-Sa-ri-esw Pinches*** 
June 25, 1892, S Pinches Hast. DB. Bapasies nperns1 (van 
d. H.12V21) chief of the officers (2) (so prob. As. 
rab-SAK ; Sakii=high one; COT?# ™7K Bi. 
DI HWE 685 a Tiele Bab.-As, Gesch. 497.513 Pinches Hast. DB. iv. 
a), 2 K J Q17-19.26.27.28.37 I QO -=Is Sie eae ae 

Tra n.pr.loc. Rabba (prop. great or 
populous, sc. city) ;—1. capital of Ammonites: 
explicitly, /i9¥ 923 ND] 2 § 12%" 147 Dt 3" Je 
497 Ez 21”; N31 alone 2§ 11?||1 Ch 20'!, Am 
14 Je 49° Ez 25° Jos13”(P); c. 7 loc. MN] 
2812”; in Gk. period Philadelphia, Lag °°™ 
2h ee (but PaBBarapava Polyb % 4: s) mod. 
‘Ammdn, 134 m. NE. from Heshbon, 284 m. E, 
of Jordan; cf. Buhl 6°: *;— G PaBBaé, PaBBa. 
2. 7215, city in Judah Jos15°(P), site un- 
known ;—G 36nBa, A GL ApeSBa. 

ete) i 2M v2 multitude, abundance, 
greatness ;— abs. 7 Gn 16+, ain 1Ch4® 
2 Ch 31° + Jb 33” Qr (Kt 2"); estr. 29 Ex1s? 
+ (25 Jb 37% Baer Gi),“21 Jb 23°+; 2K 19” 
and pl. estr.°2) Ho 8” vy. infr.;—1. multitude 

3N 


may 


(c.125 t.): of pers. Horo® Pr 14 20° Est 10°; 
of things Isat igy MeHg oo vive 7"? (Prom 
Jbr1?+3; = great quantity, abundance Gn 24% 
Ho 9/ + oft. (2 K 19” Qr [ = Is 37% Kt], > Kt 
I57 een cae Kt an, >Qr 3}), + (of time) 
nw 3 Jb 32°(Gi; v’ vand.H., Baer), 273 
DD’ Ec 111; =whole number (of poe Ibae 
33'°°(Qr; Kt a); esp. a9 in respect of, for, 
multitude, in sim., like sand, stars, etc., Jos114 
(JE), 18 13° 2817"+10t.; =abundantly, c 
vb. (=219) Gn 30° (J), 48°(E), 1K 1” 10"; 
usu. late Ne 9” Jb 26° Zc 14 1 Ch 4® 2 Cho? 
(|| 9293 ’ K 10") +23 +. Ch; as pred. ¢c. 
1Ch 22%; = in great ne x eShesoes. a 
nearly =a (c. subst.; =71) g! (|| 11K 10? ) 
16° 24% 30%; 212 from multitude of, Dt? 
287 +14 t.; abs. from Gon) mult.t K 77,Gn16” 
6220) koa 8 = 2 Chae 2. greatness G 
26 t.): my Orr S175 7200 4 Ne 137 455° 
6g tchi1 00") Manes 63! J D2R° 20 sory 
etc.; read 2 prob. also (for 32) 18637 V1455= 
loi of journey (cf. vb. Josg®) 4273 293 Is 57”; 
Ho 8” Qr ‘TN °D) = greatnesses [ gr eat things], 
or numerous things, of my law, but form 
dubious, read perhaps ‘071 3 (sub 1), so We 
(cf.@); Gral. 1234; > Kt 13, v. 127.—Lv 25" 
Dt 47 Ho 4’, v. v7. 

Tran n.f. multitude, myriad, ten 
thousand | (Ko* 121) ;—abs. 9 Gn 24+; sf. 
ina) Kt 1S 18742 t. (Qr YI); pl. abs. 
nina 1§ 18°; estr. M332) Mi67+, niz37 Dt 
33; sf. v. supr. Qr;—myriad, 10,000: of 
ereat number of pers., indef. Gn 24” ls spby 
N22) thousands of myriads), Dt 33° (poem ; 
wap nia, but v. VIP, ad fin. ), +37 Cts; 
En saby nina Nu 10%, ef, Dt 33” (poem) ;— 
n229 Ez 167 rd. ‘21 G Co Berthol Krae;—more 
precisely: (100, 1000), 10,000, Ju20""; opp. 2, 
Dt32°° (poem), opp. 100, Ly 26° (H), opp. 1000, 
18 187% 21” 29° Wy 91'; so of things, Mi 6’, 

TAD, NID mf. 72 ten thousand, 
myriad (later (Aramaizing) synonym of fore- 
going; perh. for Aram. (0), Ko"?"14, but 
Palm. 937 Lzb*”) ;—abs. 127 1 Ch 2977 Jon 44 
(testr.), +estr. Ho8” Kt (v. infr.); 827 Ezr 2% 
=Ney7", Ney”! (van d.H.v); du. D037 68"; 
pl. nia? Ne 4” (van d. H. v"), Mika) Ezr 2 
Dni1”;—1ten thousand ; of pers., 4 X 10,0004 
2000-43 X100+60 Ezr2*=Ne7®; 12x 
10,000-+n.Jon 4"; indef. Dn 11” he shall cast 
down myriads; rd. 13 also vy! (for M'T M22) 
Kmp Bev Behrm Marti Prince; of things, esp. 


914 


i 


units of value, n.+10,000 1 Ch 29’, n.+6x 
10,000 + 1000 Ezr 2" ||n. + 2 x 10,000 Nez?! 
(v. supr.); 10,000+8 x 10004 n. 1 Ch29/; 
indef, D027 peaby 337 y- 68" (|| ppdsx);—i39 
‘niin Ho 8” (Kt; 10,000 [precepts] of my 
instruction) would be only early instance, v. 29. 

} MA n.pr.loc. in Issachar;—10 Jos 19; 
mod. Rdbd, c. 13 m. NE. from Nablis, cf. Buhl 
Geogr. 204 _G& AaBepor, A GL PaBBod, 

Toa n.m.7°*? pl. copious showers, 
causing fertility ; 3—7 Dt 327+ 3 +., 27 Je 
14”, DI 3°;—copious showers, Je 3 8( 4 wipe, 
79 3am 142 (| Dw), 9 y 65"; sim., of pene- 
trating, pervasive infl. of prophetic words Dt 
32? (|| OYYY, also 189, 5B), of Jacob Mis) 
(|| 0), of future king yp 72° (|| 709). 


Dyay  ogt+PY-m.Jeroboam, lepoBoap (prob. 
=o v4 by the people increaseth Thes Kit**™* 
al.: sof. alsoGray!"- N. 59; Ency. Bib. {. 139f. . J 37 the 


eee contendeth, or (the god) “Athi contendeth 
Nbr®t4- Bib. i. 225 Ch Che?2: July, 1899, 559 ; Ency. Bib. ;—1., 

(K Ch), leader a hues of N. Isr. (1oth cane 
and first king 1 K11* 127" etc., || 2Ch10*7334, 
etc., 1K ae aes DAS ja ere 11% 
+23t.); in later times (under Deut. infl.) as 
sinful and author of Isr.’s sin 1 K 15*° 1677-196! 
+15 t. +2. son of Jehoash of N. Isr. (8th 
cent.) and 13th king’2 Ki13" 143i. 


Ho 1? Am'1!9?!*** prob. alsonr Gig 

TIL [DAT] vb. shoot;—Qal Pf 3 pl. 3) 
(Ges oar 49° abs, (3M ‘DVD i in |1.; Sam. 
373), so perh. G rowWdpovr). aa y 18% (V8 
Hil v.31 1g. 

tut. [29] n.m. archer ;—pl. 0°21 Je 50” 
(| HYP 275; Gie O°D5, IT. na), sf. Y2 Jb 16% 
(in fig. ; Bo ao pan: Vite Ew al. his ‘missiles). 


I. T2 (Wof foll.; cf. Ar. 35) confine, tie.) 


T4 n.{m. ] chain, ornament for neck ;— 
abs.’ Ez16"; estr. A097 727 Gn 41“ (E). 


+ II. [gala] vb. be-spread, deck (cf. Ar. 


33; v. shew patches of colour, become clouded 
(of sky); NH 725 pavement, paved terrace, X 
NTA pavement) ;—Qal Pf. 1s. HIT DTW 
wy Pr 7" with spreads (coverlets) have I be- 
spread my couch; read also Impf. 3 ms. 727) 
bwwd 1S 9% G Th We Dr al. (for MT 737) 
My DY), obj. om. 


JANA 
T[72ya] n,[m.] spread, coverlet ;—only 
pl. abs. oq (Ko* 1, 97, ay Os 16 31%. 


1 ee | 


Mee y (225, 
many, great (N H id.; As. rabi, be great, 
grow, Ar. b); Aram. 829; [39, 33, all grow, 
inerease);—t Qal,, Pf 3 fs.9NI118 14; 2 ims. 
M2 consec. Dt 30°; 3 pl. 127 Ezr 9°+, etc.; 
Impf. 3 ms. 121 Dt 8%+, juss. ay Gn 1? + 
2 Ch 24” Qr (<3 Kt, v. 27.1), ah Kx”: 
3 fs, PEA Dt 7” Dn x24, 27M) Gn 43% 1 K 5%; 
s mpl. 21) Dt r+, PAN y 139%, T2N 
Pie, etc; [my ms. Ta Gn 3k". df. 
estr. MAD Ex 11°94 ;—P#. 27 y. IL. 734;—1. 
become many, numerous: a. of a people, Ex 
bee Wo), Vv. (E), 1Dt.67 731 30 Tero a Chen: 
npyd 121 237; esp.tm7p be fruitful and 
multiply Je 3" 23° (fig. of flock), Gn 4777? (P), 
Ex 1/(P), y 107%, also (of man and beast) Ez 
36"; of children Jb 27; OM T¥ Pr 28*8,/¥ niaa 
Pr 29? (Toy THT? rade, || S¥iD), DVR 72 ve 
(Toy d.). b. of animals Dt 7” (4 5y pers.), 
8°7Ch5°; +775 Gni” 8” (both P; ef. Ez 36" 
supr.). ¢. of things Dt gin Ex a0 eT 
(P), Ee 5%; of sins Ezr 9° (+ nbynd), Pee oe 
+{2 comp. ~ 16* 139"; of days Gn 38”(J), 
Dt 117718 7? Pro”, years of life 4"; of waters 
Guy ()), v (2). 2. a. be great: (1) of 
things, Gn 43" (J; + 7 comp.), 18 14°; of 
way =be long Dt 19° and (j) comp. pers.) 1474 
be too long for; of wisdom 1 K 5” (2 comp.). 
(2) of pers., WIND DDN nay Jb33”1L.e. is too 
great for (De al.); has loftier, nobler thoughts 
(Di Bu), but no ||. b. grow great (Aramaism): 
(1) of pers.,.=grow up Ez 167 (+ D113), Jb 39%. 
(2) of glory 749", knowledge Dn 12*—2 Ch 
24” y.supr. +Pi., make large, increase ;— 
Imv. ms. JSI¥ 121 Jug” enlarge thy host; Pf. 
2 ms. DFID D7 yp 44” thou hast not made 
great with their price (set a high price; so Ew 
DeChe al.); or increased (sc. thy wealth) by 
their price (Hup Bae); = bring up, rear 
(children) La 2” (+150), whelps Ez 19? (in 
fig.). Hiph.,,. Pf 3 ms. 7127) Ho 8" 4, sf. 
277) consec. Dt 30°; 2 ms. 217 Is 9?+, 1 S. 
MDI Ho 2+, etc.; Impf. TAY 12°4, a1" 
2 818° La 2%, etc.; Zmv. ms. 1270 Ez 24%, 
ann Ju20%+y51' Qr (N27 Kt, Inf.abs.), ete. ; 
fs. a Ts 231°, mpl. 277 Am 4* Gn 34”; Inf. 
abs. nai 15) =e ; nai (Base ee.) ais I 62° peu. 
estr. MAW Dt28"+ (28147 Kt mai; Am4?® 


vb. be, or become, much, 


915 


rit 


Pr 257 v. infr.); Pé. 72 Ex16™ +, estr. W2W 
Ly 11", etc.; —1. make much, or many: a. 
obj. pers. (or a people), multiply, increase Gn 
16° 17" Isg?-+3; Ez 36°(+ by pers.), yi (man 
and beast; +7d.); Dt 30° (+ ]2 comp. pers.); 
+p Hiph. Gn 28? 48! (both P); vid mA 
Je 46"°=he made many stumble; =have many 
rChy* 8°23"  b. obj. animals, Diir7'*" (cf. 
Ez 36" supr.). ¢. obj. things Ho 2% 84“ Gn 
3-445 fps In TW *DY ADIT 34%) opp. HYD 
Lv 26 Nu 26* 33; obj. words Ec 10" (v. Jb 
34” sub 2), cf. Isx™ Jb 40%, VY "270 Is 23"; 
obj. days Jb 29” (like sand); = use many 
(medicines) Je 46"; have many (feet) Lv 11”; 
bring abundantly 2 Ch 31°; yield abundantly 
Ne 9; c. 5 of obj. Horo! (5 3 a); obj.om. Hb 
2° Pr 22", also (opp. oy [usu. Hiph. |) Ex 16%7* 
go" Nu 35 (all PB) Prasat) +do (5) sqeint., 
make much to do, do much in respect of, = do 
much, abundantly, greatly, often, etc. (Dr'8""): 
yond 12717 Am 4‘=transgress greatly, so Ezr 
TO”, cig? Kiet ==2.Cl 395. furtnomple 550 bx 
36° 2 Ch 36% 78%, also 28 14" (Kt mann, 
Qr N377), rd. prob. M219) Dr™™ Ges§?™ Th- 
Lohr); +/2 comp. 18°; 181°= pray a long 
time; Juz2o™ del. 1) as dittogr. of N87 Be 
BuGFM. (2) sq. vb. fin. (Dr®™ Ges'™®), “ON 
MAW IA 1S 2? Le. talk not so much ; cf. p51. 
6. the Inf.abs. (Ol) !* Ko" >” Ges! ”*) is used: 
(1) ABW ABW T will greatly increase Gn 3° 
16 22” (all J; Ges*™"); (2) 7373) carrying 
on inf. estr. Ez 21%; (3) NBW as adv. (c. vbs. 
and [Ee 7"°| adj.), greatly, exceedingly, etc., esp. 
Tk “7 Gn 41° (E), 1S 267 2 S 12%=1 Ch 207, 
Jos 13'(D), 2 K 21% Ne 27; perh. also 1 K 5° 
10" (both ¢. #02), vt (ce. 8°27), Je 40” (c. DN), 
2Ch 14” (c. 8¥2); 1207 alone 2 K 10” (opp. 
byt), Ne 3° Ec 16 5 41617 ert Kt (Qr an 
Imv.); (4) as adj. attrib. (Ko*™5**), IND 7 
Dt 3° Jos 228 (D; || T8972), 2 S 88 (TKD 721 
in, ||'t Ghj18"); 127 Is 30°/2 Ch.g27- sso nan 
alone Ne 44% (+3%), Hzr ro’ (preceding n., 
ef. 1. 11), Ee 27 5°" (rdg. bya as n., Ew De Hi- 
Now al.), 617 9 118* 12°77, NiD17 alone Pr 2577 
(Toy reads 72377); TN 1277 as pred. Gn 15! 
(J; Sam. 7278), He 11° y 130% (adv. Bae); (5) 
N21 as n. concer. (KG $*8*) 2814 Je 42? (Ma- 
van d. H.), c. ff) comp., 2 Ch25° Jon 4"; as 
obj. (or adv.), opp. bY Hg 1°? Ee 5"; late in 
adv. phr. (18D) MBI +Ne 5 2Ch rx” 16°; 
niaqd as n. Am 4° (rd. prob. ‘220 We Now). 
+2. make great, obj. pers. 28 22° = 18%; 
3N2 


Maks 


enlarge border 1 Ch 4”; perhaps also Jb 34” 
make words great, presumptuous, against God 


ey ; so Buhl **; most make many words, 1 ¢). 


THAIN n.m, ™*" 4 kind of locust (usu. 
interp. ‘as the multitudinous, but DIZ?” as = 
As. Gribu, éribu, éribi, locust-swarm, from 58 
devastate) ;—alw. abs. ’8(3) ;—usu. coll. locust- 
swarm, insim. of swarm of invadersJu 6°7”; oft. 
appar. the common species (|| other species, ef. 
i> Ly 11”): Je 46” Na 3” (sim. of multitude; 
| pos) ; as destructive Ex 10*!?544198 (all J), 
105% (|| 2%), Dt 28° (vb. bon), 1K 8%=2 Ch 
6%, 78% (all + 9°DN), Jo x (|| DB, P22, DN), 
2” (|| id.); as disappearing suddenly (sim.) Na 
3! (|| ’23a 34a); as edible Lv 11” (H; || pypb, 
Dyan, 239); as well organized Pr 307 (cf. Jo2"*); 
of single locust, 108 “8 Exro™? (J), as leaping 
(sim.) Jb 39”, as shaken out of garment (sim.) 
wy 10g” (vy, IT. W2).—Cf. Dr???*. 


Tray n.[/m.] 1. abundance ;—abs. ’D 
ses as adv., 72 abundance. 2. increase(?), 
estr. mayo? (sic) 9° for the znerease of the 
dominion (take nd as dittogr. of foregoing, and 
read 121, G Gr Che Kit Buhl*™ Marti; Du 


n219?, in view of following nidyid), 


Tram n.f. much ;—only bap 1 Ez 23” 
much to contain, i.e. which contains much; 
but read 12%) Hiph. Pt. Hi-Sm Co Berthol 
Krae (v. Y Hiph. 1d (1)). 


Tmaqy n.f. inerease, great number, 
greatness ;—’1) abs. Lv 25%; cstr. 18 2°42 t.; 
sf, DD) 1 Chr2*°(van d. H. vy”) ;—1. increase, 
concr.: a. of family 18 2%. b. increment, 
interest, usury, Ly 25% (H; of food-stuffs, 
\| 122, of money; ‘» of money Egypt. Aram., 
opp. YN principal, Cooke Nort Sem. Inser. 404) 
great number : of people 2 Ch 30"; c. sf.=the 
greater part of them, 1 Ch 12” (v. supr.). 
3. greatness, of wisdom 2 Ch 9°. 


Tmann n.f. increase, brood ;—cstr. in 
phr. IND DWI ’N Nu 32" a brood (contempt.) 
of sinful men (cf. ND 18 2°), 

Toann n.f. increment, interest, usury 
(="210 1b; cf. (on both) Ar. bj 1. take 
usury, \3 ) interest, usury, Sy. JNA35; Saalschiitz 


Mos. Recht (iI. 1848), 859 Hoelemann Letzte Bibelstud. (1885), 297 f. 


Di &* % Benn Hast: DB pe) -—-alw. abs.’n: +7Y3 
Lv25°(H);Ez18"% 22" Pres’ ind. za os 


916 





YAN 


FIL. [F727] vb. shoot (cf. II. 233, I. 
nD) ;—only Qal Pt. NYP AD Gn 21% <n 
NYP, Kn Di al., but read prob. ‘P m25 Ol Ball, 
one shooting the bow. 


man, (839, )aa, Ban yee 


t [J] vb. mix, stir (Ar. oho; mix, 
mingles NH AID, Y SID [for BH 3372], 
(dough) maxed, or stirred) ;—Hoph. Pt. f. as 
term. techn. in sacrif., alw. of nob well mixed, 
njav) Ly 6 7”, N23 120 1 Ch 23”. 

tribaq n.prioc. 1.’ in land of Hamath 
2 Ki23" 2p=Je 52”, Je39°; c. 7 loc, And2) 
2K 25°"°=Je 52”, also (‘in land of Hamath’) ‘ 
Je 39° 52°; mnp373 v; read nnd also Ez 614 
(for MT ‘34, v. (7527) ; © usu. AcBdada (also 
Ez 6"); mod. &2bla on Orontes, Rob?8 1s s#. 
Bd Fa! 3. 403, 2. mp2 (DDD) Nu34", on NE. 
border of land of Isr., certainly not so far N. 
as 1, but site unknown ; G dé Sempapap Bnda, 
whence Di al. conj. batt, but not Harmel, 
8m. SW. from 4 1'(Wetzst “4” Ges en 
Dr #2: PB, 


Ase 1 0 saaley tle 
eee ae 
hel =a) (7 of following; v. [¥27], y2}, ya 


etc., infr.; also in ling. cogn.). 

Ls ales MYA n.m. et f. four (NH 
=BH; MI® jyanx=40; Ph. ysis, Pun. nyaix, 
four; so As. arba’u (rarely irba’), irbitti; Ar. 
él Sab. nyswx CIS"? Hom 
Chrest. 47° Eth. ACNO: ACAOEF: Aram. YD, 
AYDIN, ~55/” [xisi? Nab. prox, Palm. yrs, 
xyann, Lzb*”);—m..,,, (c. n.£.) YDS (abs. vel 
estr.) Ex 217+; also yas Lv 11%+; note 
(Baer Gi) Jos21° +6 t. Jos 21 (van d.H. YAN); 
in Pr 30’ read f. with Qr; f. (c. m.m.) abs. 
NYAS Gn 24 125 t.+ Pr 30% (v. supr.); estr. 
NYDN 15 474 209 t., incl. Ez 7? (but rd. m. Kt); 
sf. DAYDIS Ez 1°4 5 t. Ez, [HYD 17°" (but rd. 
prob. DF-, Krae), v'*8; du. DAYDIN 28 12°, v. 


eof 


» azd,|; 


1d; pl. DYDIW= 4o, v. infr.;— four (in Hex. 
108 t., chiefly P, 98 t.; Ez 52 t., Ch 47 t.):—-1. 
without other num.: a. YON (1) before n.fpl. 
Je 15° Ex 25” (P)+ 1071 t., incl, NOX “8 Dt 32 
+5 t. (but also +7282 “SN four (in) cubit(s) Ex 
2628 36° TK Tee and nixo ’N= 400 Gn 113 
+55. (2)’N bef. du. pon vine yon Ex 
25°. +(3) bef. collective, [{N¥ ’N Ex 21% (E); 
NID) ‘N= 40,000 Ezr2%=Ne7™, +(4) rare 


YAS 


and late, after n.fpl.’® DY Jos 197 (P); after 
n. fs. cstr. DS Hag ae Kee 27 Ze 9) 2 Ch 33, — 
8 NMP, v. this, and mm, YIN infr. +(5) n. om. 
Ez 43 Pe Ow | Kieve supra en 3°: 
YIN-OY (sc. mds) = on all fours Ly 117)" i 
b. AYas (1))bef/n.mpl.Gu 2) (J) 14? Bxes™ 
+21 t., + O°%TN /X(}) BM Jurg? 1S 247; also 
DA “S “SN distrib. Ez 107, +(2) late, after 
mempls i Ch23™. (3) nom, Am1***+ 15 €.; 
+(as pred. of n. mpl.) +Ex 27'*"6 38%; also 
‘82, (se. DY) +Zc 7’= ordinal, on the fourth 
(day). ©. NYDN (1) bef. n. mpl. Jursr® 1K 7” 
+11 t.(not Ez 7’, v.supr.), 4 DYDD “N= 4000, 
1S47+14t. +(2) bef. coll. 1229 Nu 7’. +(3) 
Mommy so2t id) cy si, aiter uapl.,—the 
four of them, Ez 11°46 t. Ez, Dn 1” these 
boys, the four of them. d. du. DAVE Pore 
= four-fold Ges'*" Ko" *?", but “read oynyay 
® Th We Klo Dr Kmp Bu HPS. 2. with 
other num.: a. (1) MVP YIIW=zz, (a) before 
n. fg., 728 /Y “S Gn 31%, + i ordinal, = r4th) 
14? 2 K 18" =Is 36', Ez 401. (8) after n. fpl. 
79 7S DY Jos 15°48 t., Y/N OW 2 Ch 13”. 
(2) WY AYDIN = zz, (a) before n. ms. Nu 17" 
(14x 1000), Jb 42”; esp. (as ord.) nf “py ‘x 
r4th day Ex12°*+%7t. (8) bef. n. mpl. Nu 
29”. (y) after n.mpl. Nu 29%"+6 t. Co) 
Grerenema, Esto", all=-zgth. , (ec) “Y 'S 
pred. of WEI Gn 46”. (0) ’y ‘N=r4th (sc. day) 
Ly 23” 2Ch30"%+6t. b. 204+(1) 44+n.5. 
migns 1 Ch 23*-- 13 t.1Ch 27; +n. pl.+Nu 
Fae orn, 2 9 aac: preds iit, Ch zo%e Ne 7; 
mee2on.s, Nu 25°; =274ih,/Ni/) Di He Gee 
Ze 17 Neo! Dn ro, ny om. Hg 2", and en ’S) 
1 Ch 24% 25". c. other tens + fe mOhy Ore 
(+n.s.), Ezr 2° +7 t.; 4+tens +7 Gn 11%, 
ab ON Hoco Nui? 23° 20° — Vid. KO 1th 

+i. YON n.pr.m. (called DYP23 1737 DINT 
Jos14”, Pit YAN 15% cf. 21"), inferred (erron.) 
from n.pr.loc. ’& NMP (q. v.). 

DWAIN , u-pl. indecl. a forty ;—1. sine 
num. al.: a. usu. appos. bef. n., esp. 72, DY 
(sing.): 7IY YAW Juz" 18 4% Am 2! 5% 4 
29 t.; oY ’N Gn 7” 1K 19° Jon 3'+ 6 t., ni’ 
nbs ’s1 Gn7*? Ex24%47 4; also N38 1K 
a, D3 ’S +2 K 89, TS “8 +Ez 417 and (718 om.) 
462, but MONA /S +1 K 6" (vy, MN); ADS Nu 

ecg 26" Jos 43 JU 5? Zo to ewe 1 Chae 
cd. H.v*), 19'°(v.also infr.); rarely sq. n.pl., 
D2 ’NJur a DTN ‘8 Ex 26%?) 36% 8). —(As 
Found no. Gow Ju gus 8%184%+). b. after 


917 


yay 


n. pl, 8 NINB Gn 32 (E),’8 DY Nes™, oc, 
n. om. Gn 18%, “NI vy; 332) ’N Dt 25° forty 
(blows) may he smitehim. 2. c.num.al.: a 
pefore unit, | n.s.,, 40-4 1 1K 14" pao k 
14°; 404 2 1242 Ch 20%, VIN 2 K ro! Wy 
Nu oo aN It uate gout eemae) Toatrim (JE), 
ete. (2 t.); +n.pl. “pbs ai 2 alter ne ple 
DPOYI+ 4o+51K 4%; n.om. 40+8 Gn18*, 
of. Ezr 2%=Ne 7. _ b. after unit, 9+ 40 2 
Ly 25°(H); 1+ 40 FON Nut 2,ctc. (9g t.Nu 
P). ¢. c. hundreds, 40 12¥+4 800 12¥ Gn 5% 
(P); 100+ 4072 Jb 42%; + units, 7 DY + 4o 
+100 72Y¥ Gn 47° (P); but (Ezr Ne, mostly 
pred., without n.), goo+ 40+ 5 Ezr 2°, cf. v® 
Ne7®, and (’& without 1) 600, 4042 Ezr 2”, 
v. also || Ney®, Ezr 2*=Ne 7, Ezr2%=Ne4® 
(ver. om. Baer Gi), Ne 7"**°**; 1000, 200, 40+ 7 
zr 2°—Ne7*:n,.pl. 200-4 ie +5Ne 7, n.pl. 
200, 40+2 11; alson.s. vb) 700, 40+5 Je 
Bean 3. as ordinal, 13% /’N2 Dt 13 in the 
fortieth year ; also ‘81 nwa Nw3371Ch 20" 
NOX) “8 NIWA 2 Ch 16" in the forty-first year. 

t [yan] vb.denom., only Pt. pass. squared, 
square ;—Qal Pt. pass. YiF) square, of altar Ex 
2730, 37 30 sco Hz 42" breastplate 207 30°; 
pl. Yl), of doorways, etc. [on text v. Kit Benz] 
1K 47°; fs. FYI) as subst.=a a Ez 4ak 
(acc. Co Toy, om. NY, and joining 9 to vy” 
Krae reads nya Hi, Cha KG? ghia) 2). 
Pu. Pt. square, yan Hees of piece of land ; 
fs. NYDN) 40%, of court ; fpl. nivay2 1 K 73 
(opp. niday), of borders of bases (cf.Sab. anya, 
a kind of square building, Sab-Denkm™). 


; is yas n.m.™+° 1, fourth part. 2. pl. 
four sides ;—1. a ose fourth part, of shekel 
18 9°, of hin Ex 29”. 2. in Kz, pl. sf. four 
sides (NYDN Os ec VYYI1 Ez 43", 
Mya) Ma 3 pyyD) 18 oO }iJ- 1 


Tyn4 n.[m.] fourth Ey Cait OL 
Israel Nu 23”; of a kab 2 K 6”. 

Toya m., YD f., adj. num. ordin. 
fourth ;—m. ‘)"2) Gn 24 29 t. at I a 248 
26"; in DNS 2K ree. Dyn 10°) fap abe 
mya] 1K 6'+ 3 t., NY Lyv19”, nya 1K 6% 
+6t.+1K 6% (v. Fag estr. ny) Nu rR, 

nya) Ex 29%°+4 t., MYD1 Nu r5*+2 t.;s— 
fourth, usu.’W1: 1. m. Gn 2% 15% (JE), aes 
(esp. of days, monte sons, etc.) Gn 17° Ex 28” 
39° Nu 7* 29% Jos 19” (all P), Jurg*® Je 39° 
52° ECh24'eaCh2o” Hamas: nom.29 Rea 


von 
I Ch ae I Ch git aie 82 q2!0 23” go onl 26°41 
247° Ezr 10" Dn 11’ sc. VIA Ez 1! Zc 8"; pl. 
in O'Y(*)2) 922 sons of fourth (ones), i. e. to the 
fourth generation, 2 K 10° 15” (cf. [927], and 
[OAram. Nérab] ya 132 Cook’). 2. fren 
years, 1K 6'*” 2K 18° Je25' 28! 36! 45° 46° 
51% Zc 63 Ly 19% (H); MYD) NN 1 K 6%, rd. 
niya7 nit) G B Th Sta Kmp Kit Benz Bur. 
3. MYD Ez 48° four square (rd. poss. T¥337), 
4. ()¥(")31 as n.= fourth part, estr., PI 
Ly 238 (H), Ex 29° Nu 150° 2 Beit nin / 
Ne 9°*; so abs. (O1°0 om.) v3”. 
fh [yan] adj. pertaining to the fourth (in 
a series) ;—pl. in phr. pyar by pdynby, ie, 
those belonging to the 3rd and 4th generations, 
Ex 20° (KE) = Dt 5°, Ex 34" (J), Nur4®(JE), 
ef. 1 supr. 


tIL. [Y2")] vb. lie stretched out, lie 


down (Aram. form of 72) (q.v.); NH yan usu. 
of copulation, chiefly unnatural; yet cf. also 
Sab. yan abide, encamp, settle, DH M29 = 8), 
8 Ar. 235 abide, dwell)—Qal only Inf.: sf. 
YI 139° my lying down (for repose, opp. 
*T8); elsewh. (H) for copulation (woman with 
beast) FIN nya Ly 20, but read MAN (sf. of 
beast) Dr-Wh Ké'*°, cf. Bae Berthol (and 
Drs myaqp 15°.) td. myn (compl. om. ; 
v.id.). Hiph. Impf. 2 ms. yan xd yrn7a 
DINd3 Ly 19” (H) thy cattle thou shalt not cause 
to (let) lie down (i.e. breed) in two kinds. 


fm. YD mm. a king of Midian Nu 31° 
Jos 13”; . PoBok, PoBe(x). 


t ya) vb. stretch oneself out, lie down, 


lie stretched out (N H => BH: Asirabden 
lie, dwell; rubsw (in word-lists), stall, also 
womb (cf. II. yan supr.); Ar. (43) lie down on 
the breast, stretch oneself out, _,2\,0, Sab. j¥I79 
CIS 2052. ¥Y YD le stretched out, Syr. 33, 
ChrPal »53 recline at meals, Schwally"*) ;— 
Qal Pf. 3 ms." Gn 49°, 3 fs. consec. N¥I7) Dt 
29", N¥2) Ezro?, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. Y21! Is11° 
2yio a tis. 2) GNu 227 Semple se. yn! 
BIN 14", PSDY Zp a? y 104%; 3 fpl. MIW 
Ez 34"; Pe. ya Ex 23°+3t.5 f. ny Gn 49” 
+2t.; mpl. DY) 29°;—le down, lie: of 
domestic animals, ass Ex 23°(H; under heavy 
burden), Nu 22” (Je; in obstructed path), Gn 
49" (at ease; poet., in sim.); sheep, in repose, 
29°(J), Is17? Zp 2"; fig. of people Ez 34"; 
calf, in repose Is 27°; of wild beasts, lion, in 


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ans 


lair, Gn 49°(poem in J; fig.), ~ 104;=make 
lair, abode Ez 19? (fig.), so of DY¥Y Is 13°, P20 
Ez 29° (fig.); leopard (with kid) Is 11°, ef. v7; 
=brood, of mother-bird Dt 22° (DY ADST-Py) ; 
of man, in repose Is 14” Jb 11", cf. Zp 24 3 
(fig. of flock perhaps impl., cf. Ez 34" supr-); 
of the deep, NOA N32 Gn 49” Dt 33"; fig. of 
curse Dt 29! (2 pers.); of sin, #27 NNYO nnp9 
Gn 4/ at the door sin makes its lair, WHiph. 
Impf. 3 ms. sf. 82T y 23°, 2 ms. YD Ct 17; 
ete.; Pt. 210 Is54", pl. DYDD Je 33";— 
cause to lie down, or le, acc. of flock (for repose) | 
Je 33”, also (fig.) y 237 Ez 34”; acc. of flock 
om. Is 13” Ct 1’; of laying stones Is 54". 

Tyas n.[m.] (place of) lying down, rest- 
ing- or dwelling-place ;—cstr. 122 Is 65" 
(J IN¥ M2); sf. AYII Oran M22 357 (cf. Gesh™, 
but Du A¥D, sc. flock); D¥27 Je50° (people as 
sheep); of man, 1¥27 Pr 24 (|| PhS 72). 

Tyaqn n.{m. | id.;—of wild beasts, mind o,) 
Zp 2" (sign of desolation, || 712%); of flock, estr. 
INYYEI Ex 25° (|| D'PD2 7). 

pa (Vof following ; cf. Ar. Gy tie fast ; 
YP? stall). 

Tpaqn n./m.] stall (lit. tying-place) i— 
fab aie) Dy Am 6 calves out of the stall (where 
they were fattened); rom bay 18 28” i.e. a stall- 
fed, fatted, calf; so ‘DID Mal 3” (sim. of 
prosperity), Je 46” (sim. of well-fed and arro- 
gant mercenaries). 

Mt) a. pr.f. Rebekah, daughter of 
Bethuel and wife of Isaac, Gn 22% 24% + 24 t. 
24,25, 26,27; 28°29” 35° 49";—G PeBexka, 

TW-D v. 1.22 sub 239. 

a4) (v of following). 

T[a39] n.m. clod of earth;—pl. paT! DAN 
Jb 38% clods are joined together; estr. 2n3 2) 
21 clods of (the) wady. 

Taaie n.m. heap, mound (prob.) ;—so 
read 1S 20” (for jax), vt (for 1319), G (apya8, 
epyaB), Th We Klo Dr Kit Bu HPS. 

: n.pr. 1. loc. (heap, or region o 

Tar 1. loc. (heap 9 
clods; ‘glebe’ GASm °*!);—always '8 729 Dt 
3°41 K 4%, ‘80’ Dt 3%, =measured region of 


Argob,; some well-defined district of Bashan 
(appar. identif. with VS) 130 Dt 3% [where % ’n: 


TA 


in Bashan, so Jos 13*°], but this a harmonistic 
correction ; “ “n in fact in Gilead [Nu 32" Ju 
ro*], and disting. from 3398 1K 4” ef. Dt 3"); 
exact loc. dubious, GASm"* and esp. Dr?**; 
Buhl *-8thinks of Suwet, 5. of UpperYarmuk, 
a border district between Bashan and Gilead.— 
ApyoB; 1K 4% EpeBarap, GL PayaBay, A Epyaf. 
2.m.2K 15”, Apyo8; dub.; v. Klo Kit Benz Bur. 


THAN vb. be agitated, quiver, quake, be 
eed, perturbed (Ph. Tph. (+ Inf. abs. Qal) 
disquiet, disturb, Inscr. Tabn.*®’; NH Hiph. 
provoke to wrath; j=) tremble (with rage, fear, 
Dozy); v, vi11, rumble (of thunder, Frey), > 
a trembling disease (of camels), etc.; Aram. 137 
tremble, rage, In be enraged; Zinj. 39 wrath, 
Lzb**”) ;— Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 127) Pr 29°, 
3 fs. TI) Is 14°+, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 287" 
1Ch17°, 2 fs. "21 Ez 16*(but v.infr.); 3 mpl. 
pI Hb 3%, PUY Ex rg, ete.; Zmv. ms, M7 
(Ges'**) Is 32", mpl. 127 y 4°;—quake, subj. 
PIS 1S 14% Am 88 (PY rei), 177" (+ VV), Jo 2" 
(255 of locusts; || wyn), Pr 307(N0A pers.); subj. 
DT IDI Wr 89(|| wy), = 2S 228(DyovD NDIND; 
id.); DID Is 5; NOAA y 77%; of tent-cur- 
tains Hb 3’ (fig. of terror of tent-dwellers); of 
people, in dread, c. *JB pers. Dt 2” (|| bin), 
liny es by rei Je 33° (4 308); abs.; Ex 15" 
(|| 1) TOS OM), 99 Jo2*; pregn. = come 
quivering Mi 7‘ (j loc.); of pers., in fear, awe, 
nas (2 loc.), Is32* (|| 319), vy 4°, Hb 3" 
(AND), cf. of 262 Hb 3%; of Israel, =be dis- 
quieted, 28 7°=1 Ch 17°; be excited, perturbed, 
of pers. 2S 191 (by grief; cf. Dr), Dinw Is 14° 
(surprise ; b pers.); in rage, c. b at, Ez16% (of 
Jerus. personif.; but rd. Hiph. (i.e. didst enrage 
me) § © BXHiSmCoBerthol Toy Krae); prob. 
also PAY) Pr 299; of "Is28". Hiph. Pf.3ms. 
ge VIS Is 13%; [nfvesir, VI (Ges!) Je 
50%; Pé. THN) Is 14% Jb og, pl. cstr. PH) 12°; 
—cause to quake, disquiet, enrage: cause earth 
to quake Is 14"* (fig.; || Yyn), Jb 9° shake earth 
MDI; heavens Is13"* (|| Wyn); kingdoms 23”; 
cause disquiet, c.> pers., Je 50% (| yin); =dis- 
turb 15 28” (cf. Ph. jan, Inser. Tabn.* Dr 
6m xzvill)- —enrage, provoke, oS ‘P37 Jb 12°; so 
also prob. Ez 16% (rdg. ”D WW), v. Qal ad fin. 
Hithp. excite oneself, only Inf. estr. sf. WWII 
‘Sw thine exciting thyself (to rage) against me, 
2K 197 ¥=Is 37°. 


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bo 


TA n.m. 7°** agitation, excitement, 
raging ;— abs. Hb 3? +, estr. Jb 37°; sf. W419 
Is14°;— raging Jb 3%; disquiet, turmort Is 14° 
Jb 3% 141; raging, wrath Hb 3°; PP Ib ehh 
rumbling of his voice (i.e. thunder); of exctte- 
ment of warhorse, 111) VYIA 39%. 

t ma n.f. a quivering, quaking ;— 
Bz 1278 (|| My). 

Ta adj. quivering, quaking ;—”) ab 
Dt 28° a quaking heart. 


THAAN n.m. box, chest, or like receptacle 
(cf. Ar, gi .. a@ kind of (camel-)vehicle for 
women, also a garment containing stones, etc., 
as balance, makeweight (at side of haudaj); 
from above ¥/, as swaying? Syr. Jlicas sack, 
Talm. 1298 chest, coffin) 3/818 6°" cf. HPS. 

nn eee (onistums Ch se vaKo eas 
Albr“V (xvi, 1896, 76) xv (1895), am). foot (NH ad. ; Ar. 
re, leg, foot; Aram. NPN, Wo foot; Palm. 
sf, 9539 Lzb**; transp. Zinj. (pl. cstr.) 129 Id ®., 
Mand. xind No™1@ ; ef. Eth. AZTIA: vehicle 
Di*”);—abs. 0 Ex 21+, a vt: catr: 5 
Nu 22”-+3; sf. my Gn 30°+, etc.; du. pir 
Ig 28° +, prea 28 44+; cstr. a) Gn 24”+4; 
sf. i) Nu 20+, pen Ex 3°+, etc.; pl. pds 
234+ 3 t.(v. 2 infr.); —1. foot: a. human, 
Gn 18‘ 197+ 10 t. of washing feet (ym); Ex3° 
4” + oft.; in fig. Dt 32° 18 2° Je2® Jb12°+ 
oft.; M83 36” foot of pride ; m Dot rr0!}; 
‘43 sole of foot Dt 2° 114 28°° + 6 t., +/7 39D 
WNT TW) Is 15, cf. (TPIP Wi) 28 14” Dt 28° Jb 27; 
also 9 IY UND Ly 13%; 9 Ww Jb 13%, v. 
WI; 7 MIVDYS 25 21%=toes, 1 [2 = great 
toe Ju 1% Ex 29"+6t. Lv; \=leg 18179 (v. 
also f. ad fin.). +b. anthrop. of God, Ex 24" 
20 22) == 138 Nat bo” ls 6028 Zena. 
 NiBD Ez 437; 7 O19 Is 66" La 2) 1 Ch 28? 
W99°1327. te. of seraphim Is 6°, Hzekiel’s 
nig Ez 177 and (7 43) v’, cherubim 2 Ch 3%; 
idols p15’. d. of animals: dove, 4 43 Gn. 
99 (J); Ay rw Lv Tig yw vor calf, ™ 43 
Ez 17 (in sim.), 272 29"; Pharaoh under fig. 
of D°3A 327; prob. of beast also Jb 39”, indef. 
Is 28° (in fig.), ©.-of table Ex 25%3735(P), 
f. phrases: 4/05 (5 5 i) ace. to the pace of Gn 
334 (J; as fast as cattle, children, can go); 
at one’s guidance Dt 33°; at one’s foot, i.e. at 
every step Gn 30” (J), Is 41’, cf. Jb 18" (v. 1. 
[35] Hiph.); md yrs 25°", i.e. went where 


bas 


she went, cf. 28 1p erie +2 on one’s feet, on 
foot, Nu 20" (JE), Dt 2" Jug?” y 66°, 73 nbwi 
Ja 5 (v: ndvi), cf. Jb 18° (and snbw Dr Bor), 
2a WS (7721, DIP, DYN), ie. which follow 
one, hence obey or belong to one, Ex 11° (J), 
Jup 0s aK posi a re Kia ea pysponiDn 
18257; 1 NY +Gn 29!(E) = set. out, but 
“IS OY +41 (E) left the foot, i.e. make a 
movement, doanything; teuphemism /17N¥8 FDP 
Jas) cf1's:24°(Gisvan'd, H, Baer v save 
[120] Hiph.); > /ny *pPDM Ex 16% (v. pp); 
\ Pad nyo Dt 287 (v. xy Lh); 7D) Qr 
2K 18%=1s 367 (Kt nsw; v. 099-3); WY 
“1 Is 7°, i.e. hair of the private parts. +2. 
pl.only in phr. pry wow three tomes (feet, paces, 
cf, DYB) Ex 23 (E), Nu 227535 (J), 


iota vb.denom. foot it, go about ;—Qal 
go about (maliciously, as slanderer; cf. Ar. 
sl and gl slanderer, from V// cg walk 
along, |e “walk quickly), slander, Pf. 3 ms. 
pw>-by x W15° he takes no slander upon 
his tongue (|| M2825 v?). Pi. Zmpf. 3 ms. 
22" 2S 19%, 3 mpl. 2M Dt 1 Jos 72; Imv. 
mpl. 27 Jos 77; Inf. estr. D32) INU Tee ces 
sf. m2) BISON i. Dl. pypam Gn 42°+4 11 t.; 
—1. slander (cf. Qal), 28 FIV] /M 28 19%. 
2. go about as explorer, spy, c. acc. loc. Nu 21” 
Jos 6° 777 147 (all JE), Ju 18? (|| 2), v4 28 
10° (|| 129), 1 Ch 19%, so also pt. Gn 42*°(E), 
Jos 6” (JE); pt., acc. om., as adj., ppm DWN 
Jos 2', cf. 6” (both JE); as subst., spies 18 26° 
28 15", and so perh. (as pred.) Gn 42°1)141631-34 
(all E). Tiph. Pf. xs. DYIEND ADIN Ho rr 


I taught Ephr. to walk (si vera 1.; v. Ges’), 
ba (treader, fuller (cf. D213), so Thes SS al.) 
Vs Ve Teac: 


toon adj. on foot ;— YS (after num.) 
footmen, esp. foot-soldiers, Ju 20? 2 8 8'=1 Ch 
18, 1 Ch rg (DW in || 28 10"); elsewhere 
’" as subst., usu. coll., of Isr. at Exod. Ex 127 
Nuri” (both JE); = foot-soldiery 1S 4 154 
20 1OutK 20” 2.1K rolesann py) footmen, 
men on foot Je 12° (opp. O°D3D). 

1, [nib] n.{f.| pl. denom. place of 
the feet, feet (cf. [MWS] sub I. vin) ;—sf. 
rb ‘place of his feet Ru 3°"; adv.=at his 
feet v'-+v™ Qr (Kt indi); =his feet Dn 10° 
(opp. 79"). 


920 





Ya) 


toroy4 n.pr.loc. (place of fullers, v. bn 
supr.); — in Gilead, 28177 19”; unknown; 
G Poryed(A ep, GL PakaBev. 

FDI] vb. stone, kill by stoning 
(denom.? cf. bap 3 or orig.=throw, hurlt NH 
DM throw at (rare) ;- Ar. =) throw stones at, 
stone, also (from accompaniment of stone-throw- 
ing) revile, curse, cf. Eth. 21av; curse, We™** 
Boil, 200s Aramanigs po stone);—Qal Pf. 3 pl. 
consec. 7220) Ly 24442 t., sf. IN Dt 217; 
Impf. 3 mpl. ¥37" Ly 20187, 1) Jos 7+ 4 t.; 
sf, WH Ly 207, 2 Ch 24"; Inf. abs. DIN 
Lv 24° Nuss*: cstr: pind 14'°;—-stone, c. ace. 
pers. + D'99382 Dt 217 (D), Nu 14” 15° (P), 
+ 282 Ez 16° Ly 207°" (H); +acc. JAS Jos 7” 
(JE), Lv 24*(P), 2 Ch 24”; c. 3 pers. -+ace. JAS 
ikvr23—=3 Ch tole: by pers. ace. J28 Ez 
237; c. acc. pers. alone Ly 24"(P); c. 3 pers. 
alone, 13731037" DIN v5 (P).—Syn. Sop q.v. 

T7027] n.f. heap (of stones, then) crowd 
(of people ; si vera 1.);—sf. DOD y 68%, but 
read probably DNW2, v. [AW]. 

t Moa n.f. sling (?; implement of 
hurling stone? so @ al.; Thes al. stone-heap) ;— 
“2 JAN WD Pr 26°, v. esp. Toy. 

i a4 n.pr.m. (Thes cp. Ar. ss friend ; 
y.also Sab. 039 Hal ) ;—1Ch2", Payep, Peyep, 
GL Peypa. 


tqoA oy n.pr.m. exilic, Zc 77; ApBeceep 
6 Baowrevs, 

rya vb. murmur, whisper (NH 1G 
Ithpe. backbite, slander) ;—1. murmur (rebel- 
liously): Qal P¢. pl. 0°23 Is 29% murmurers ; 
Niph. /mpf. 3 mpl. 37)" ¥ 106” and they mur- 
mured in their tents, so 2 mpl. 339M) Dt 1% 
2. whisper (maliciously), backbite, slander: 
Niph. P¢. {31) backbiter Pr 167° 18° 26%”, 


Tes PB) vb. disturb (NH Hiph. move to 
and fro; perh. transp. from Ar, 5) disturb, 
Ba™s*);—Qal Pf. Jb 26% DD yryinaa; Pt, 
estr. (Ges? us*) Je a1 1s or Dee 
"52 37. ‘Hiph. denom. from Y2] make a 
twinkling, only 1 s. Impf. cohort. AYS8 Ty) 
a4 jw and while I would twinkle (= only 
for a moment: cf. Jb 20°) is the false tongue 
(opp. syd ian), Pr 12” (cf. De); and AY IAN 2 


vad 


M2VO BMW T will twinkle and (=I will in a 
moment, Ges’; cf. Hi) chase them away 
from it, Je49%=50"%. (Ba>* as subst.=y2), 
of the very rare type ’aqtil; n- as Ges'®") 
Tyan n.m. a moment (NH id.; XY xp 
Ec 9”: prob. properly a movement, i.e. twink- 
lang, of the eye; cf. momentum, i. e. movimen- 
tum) ;—abs. 1, YY. Nu 167+, pl. D°v2;—a. 
vy 30° 1BS2 7 a moment (passes) in his anger 
(opp..y392 On); Is 547 {OP 2 during a little 
moment. . usu. in ady. phrases :—(a) as adv. 
ace., (a) Ex 33° 98 9 for one moment, so 
alone Is 54°; repeated Je 187° YI] +++ YN) at 
one moment ...at another moment; (8) in a 
moment, suddenly, 6" Yi. was saw, Je 4” 
Is 47° Jb 34% (6) YII2 in a moment Jb 21* 
ann DiNy 12) (of a quick and painless death ; 
but see 34° y 73%: Hoffm Buhl Beer Bu Du 
[ cf. ® &v dvarravcet, Sy xyin3 | take ya) (or rd. 
Y31) as subst. [/ II. 929] in tranquillity, of a 
peaceful death). So (c) 3 Nu16*=14” 
YIN DIN APIS, +73" (d) 7 WE La 4°. 
(e) YY while a moment lasts Jb20°%. (f) 
DYDD like the littleness of a moment = for 
a little moment Is 26” Ezrg*. (g) pl. Dyn? 
by moments, at every moment, Is 27? Ez 26'° 


2 3791 (s0 32"), Th 7 (|| PID). 


Fi Vin vb. be at rest, repose (prob.= 
Ar. 2 =) Ges prop. return to rest, after wan- 
derings, ete.) ;— Niph. Jmv. 2 fs. Je 47° (of 
sword) be gathered into thy scabbard, *¥200 
1) repose, and be still. Hiph. a. trans. give 
rest to;—Inf. cstr.Je31° yap 00 I will go 
to give him (Isr.) rest, 50% YANTHNN YI YO? 
Oday ces!) Dros read “probs 1); 
Ts 514 YIN DMY NN? OEY usu. I will cause 
my judgment (religion) to repose as, ete. (i.e. 
I will establish it; cf. DY 424); but metaph. 
strange: hence Bachm Che Marti (joining to 
v°) PTF (<TIPS 46%) APS VIS in a moment 
([. 939 Hiph.) will I bring near, ete., Du Y34 
372, Oort Ry Kit AP yA (cf. G eyyicer Taxv). 
b. intrans. rest, repose, Dt 28” xd onn py) 
yan, Is 34% mr Ayn DY. So Ecclus 36%. 

Tyan adj. restful, quiet, ~ 35° “YN oy) 
pawn nin “27 YON, of the peaceful wor- 
shippers of %. 


Tyan n.[m.] rest (poet.), Je 61° INyIDI 
es 


921 


iil 


Toya n.f. rest, repose (poet.), Is 28” 
ying NION ND) 27 NNT WN WW (|| 70937). 


LL va vb. harden (Eth. 270: coagu- 
late, congeal : poss. a special development of 
Ne & v. IL./9);—Jb 7° DNDN HY YI my 
skin hardens, and (then) runs again (II. DN), 
of the ulcers in elephantiasis. 


twat vb. be in tumult or commotion 


(Ar. eS) make a vehement noise ; BAram. 
Aram. 2), as be disturbed, in tumult (X 
Ithp. often for TD0, as ~ 465, MSY Ig17?*; 
jaw ond for {197 zbed.); but Syr. usu. perceive, 
soNH Hiph., but Hithp. fall stormily wpon) — 
Qal Pf 3 pl. y2' WI why do the nations 
throng tumultuously ? 


T [wa] 2. [m.] throng v2 APT y55" 
used to walk in the throng (cf. 23 42°, also to 
pndy nya). 

i [Awan] n.f. throng ;—cstr. ne »DyB nv 
64°; so (of worshippers, cf. 2) 68°, reading 
Bnwy) for Ont, Hup Pe Bi Che Bae Dr. 


ilelme)| vb. beat out, fig. beat down, 


subdue (N H Pi. stamp or beat down, make flat, 
spread out; LTT) beat owt; cf. prob. Ar. 3) repel, 
reject (N6™); As, radddu is pursue (rare));— 
Qal, fig., beat down: Inf. cstr, Da 2B? 33 
Is 451; Pé. act. ANA YY IIIT y144?;—so also 
Impf. i Ts 41? acc. Ew al. (forsM Dads val: 
nv Hiph.)—Jurg"rd.t), Hiph. lit. beat 
out: Impf. 3 ms, INTNY... INDY TA 
1K 6” and beat out the gold upon the cherubim 
(covered them with beaten gold). 

Thon] n.{m.] wide wrapper, or large 
veil (T7" N17 (esp. for Heb. PY); Syr. Jou95, 
appar. veil; Ar. #15 3) is wrapper) ;—sf. TT Ct 
5’; pl. PP777 Is3” (in list of women’s finery). 


h7 n.pr.m. fifth son of Jesse, acc. to 
1 Ch pee Zaddaz, A Paddat, GL Pedac. 


Tle (alee) | vb. have dominion, rule, 


dominate (NH 171, I" N71, chastise; Ar. 
>) tread, trample; Syr. 39 chastise, also (and 
so As. radi) go, flow) ;—Qal Pf. 3 pl. consec. 
WH Isr4? Lv 26"; 2 mpl. OT) Ez 344; Impf. 
3 ms. sf. BTN Lv 25%, 737 Lar, juss. 
Nu 24" y72°; 2 ms. TN Ly 256 etc.; Imv. 


mV 


ms. 177 y 1107; mpl. 377 Gn 1% (Jo 4% v. ™); 

Inf. estr. TAT] Ez 20); Pt. 0 1K 54 Is 148; 
sf. DTD y 68; pl. O91 K 542 t.;—have 
dominion, rule, over, usu. c. 2 pers. vel pop. 
I K a -30 Osa Ch gi? Is14? Lv pine D3 26 Ez 
29° Ne om Nr O act of fish, ete. » Gn pes; pa 
1107; c. acc. pers. Ez 34* Is 14 ® (perh, +ace. 
cogn., v. [771] infr.); acc. om. Nu 24? (APY), 

Je 5" (top Iny, vy. 2 5h(2); vid. also in- 
genious conj. sub I.n; but <Gr MW teach), 
y 72°; for MT La 1? ae it (the fire) pre- 
vailed against them (my bones), read perh. 171) 
into my bones it descended (Bu)—DV) 68% 
is dub.; Grill Hup-Now Che Du O37. TV Ju 
fy. , Biph. Jmpf 3 ms. 7)! 0°90 Ts 
41 Ra kings he causeth (him) to dominate ; but 
apoc. form strange, read 1? (7 77 q.v.) Ew 
Di Du; MM G Klo Che. 


tam] n.f. dominion ;—as acc. cogn. 


qn aba} nny Is 14°, estr. bef. cl. (Ges'™*; so 
most for MT TV q.v. sub 479). 


Tak mT vb. scrape out (NH id., scrape 
or draw off, out (bread from oven));—Qal 
Pf. 3 ms. YAII M Jur4®? out of the carcass 
ne ere the honey y (v. GEM); sf. WED-N way 

"he scraped it out into his paline ; Buhl=* 
Du also payyyPy “ Je5", se. gifts, money, fig. 
for making gain (most I. m1 q. v.). 


yh ty oh le ain ae 


iy [O77] vb. Niph. be in, or fall into, 
heavy sleep (NH id.; cf. Ar. 2) slop up 
(door, gap, etc.), whence perh. be deaf (stopped 
up) to sounds, etc.) ;—Pf 3 ms. 01) Ju tae 
1s. ‘MOT? Dn 8°; Jmpf. 3 ms. ON Jon 1° 
Re p71) Pr 10° +3 t.;—be or fall fast lean 
Jug Joni (after 13), v° (pt., Ges?” Da "= 
$70); pt. as subst. Y33 O72 Pr 10°; of sleep 
of death 76’; stunning effect of awe and dread 
Dn 8" 10° (both + AYN [254] 2F 78). 

Taamnn n.f. deep sleep; 
Q71 4: eer nT! 18 26”;—deep ee usu. ¢. 

py 4 by pers., and usu. by supernat. agency : 

by MX bps Gn 27 (J; & &koracis), Y mbps n 
15° (J; G id.), Jb 4° = 33” (G [Seeds | péBos), 
so NDIA 1 § 26" (G GéuBes), result of sloth- 
fulness by and pers. om.) Pr1g”; fig. for insen- 
sibility of spirit, “7 0% pay 7D Is 29%. 

ci n. pr. loc. vel gent. Rhodes, 
Rhodians, so read, “1 33, Ez27” (for MT 
1171 23, v. 3 1), G Sta Co Bertha Toy*Krae. 





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1 


Tom n.pr.gent. pl. Rhodians;—1Ch 
qe EPdSiot : and so || Gnzo* (for D275 q. v.)- 


ae ue vb. pursue, chase, persecute 
(NH id., Aram. 411), 999; Ar. 33); Sab. 7 
id., SabDenkm** iis ay; —Qal,,, Pf. 3 ms.’ Ju 
Beeb ir Bs ‘ADT Je 29", etc.; Impf. 171) Dt 
19° +, IY 7° (appar. to give choice of Qal 
or Pi, Ki JHMich Bae al.; Ges'®" expl. as 
developed from Alas cf. O1'***, and, further, 
K6'), sf. JDIN Ez 35°°, etc.; Imv. ms. 77 
Gn 44*+, sf. BT) » 34%; mpl. HT) Ju 3*+; 
Inf. cstr. AID Jos 8% +4, TN 19 23" 25 toe 
sf, DT) y 387 Qr, ‘HiT Kt, etc.; £2. A Ju 
474, pl. nat 8*+ ;—1. a. pursue (sts. + YW): 
lit. c. "108 pers., in order to overtake Gn 44‘ 
(J), 2K 57; esp. with hostile purpose Gn 31” 
CE p27), 35° Jos 24° (all E), 2577 Q16.16.17 7619 
(JE), Dt 11* 19° Jog 20° (all D), Ex 14***(P), 
Ju1® 28 20°38 (9K 9 ars ty heen 
GON), Ju.48 20S) ee 
= follow me (as leader; but this meaning not 
elsewhere ; rd. 317 G Kit GFM). ~ b. lit:e: a6e, 
pers., put to flight, chase (defeated foe; sts. ¢. 
vv): Am 1” Ho 8° Dt 32° (poem; || D°27), 
207 J0n23.(D\slLv26. (el), dip ons 41) 
an? ndy vi" (H); Jos 7° 8% x0! x1 (all JE), 
Gn 14% Dt Ju 4” Is4r°+13t.+Ju 7” (rd. 
“TS for ~by @ YB IGFM Bu Now). te. lit., 
ace. om. Ju 8! 18 30° (+287), v Gn 144 Ex 
14™(P),15° (poem; +.2°0i), Live26** ay 
Pr 28'; esp. pt. pl. 13 the pursuers Jog 2616?2% 
Neg" Is 30", so 795 Jos 8" Lar’, +d. chase, 
hunt, partridge (SP) 1S 26” (in sim,; || &23). 
te. pursue, in fg., Je 20" La 4", mam »T) 
v7", ef. La 13; 75(+280; v. supr ); esp. 
subj.”, pursue Ge of punishment, judgment), 
c. ace, pers. Je 29° (2972), La 3% and (F832) v™, 
783" (TQYEI); FTN Wy VEN Jb 13% (|| PA); 
nav, of ” NPD, 35°. tT#£. fig. persecute, 
harass, ¢. acc. pers. Dt 307 Jb 19” (9122), 
697 109! 119"; ¢. acc. WEI 143%, ©. ace. 
N37) Jb 30”(but subj. obscure ; read perh.),70 
Bu; Du 730) 5 c. > pers. Jb ee pt.as subst. Je 
1517p 7231 (2885 We "BIN for 278), 
35°119"( 47S), 1427. +g. pursue, dog, subj. 
DI, c. ace. pers. Ez 35°*(del v* G Co Toy Krae) ; 
in good sense, attend closely upon, TOM 3io 
‘FOIN Wy 23° +2. fig. follow after, aim to 
secure: in bad sense, ¢. acc. prope Is 1%, 13¥ 
54, DIP 9 Ho 122, My ‘BT y 119"; good, 


ay 


sense, c. inf, OTS nyt Ho 6°, c. acc. PTY Dt 
16" Is 511 (|| YPIB), WOO) MPI Pr 21°, BI’ 
v 34) (|| P23), aig 38%. + NWiph. pass.: Pf. 
r pl. 351) INI" y La 5° upon our neck (i.e. 
closely) we are pursued (improb., cf. Bu); perh. 
Impf. 3 fs. FA Tb 30% Bu (for 7); Pt. x 
INS WI Ec 3° God seeketh the pursued 
(i.e. what has disappeared, is past, but dub.). 
+ Pi. Pf. 3 fs. consec. 121 Ho 2°; Jmpf. 3 ms. 
Sie Na r® (y-¥* v. Qal); 3 fs. 71M) Pr 13”; 
Pt. \FND 11" + ;— pursue ardently, c. acc. pers. 
Ho 2° (in fig.); fig. also JY 7 WI) Na 1° 
(Gunk74W =08)2 Dlausibly, 174), cf. Prr3; 
elsewhere pt., in Pr: aim (eagerly) to secure, c. 
ace. NY) 11%, DP 12" 28%, DAS 197 (mng. 
dub., v. Toy); in good sense, 1P]¥ 15°. + Pu. 
Pf. 3 ms. consec. 0°99 72 71 Is 17% ce shall 
be chased away like chaff of the mountains (||D3)). 
+Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. sf. 27) Ju 20% usu. they 
chased him (Beyj., coll.), but strange after 3 
surrounded (still stranger after nnd orn G), 
and why Hiph.? GFM conj. dittogr. of 3177 
foll.; the reverse conjectured by Bu Now. 


Try n.[m.] persecution (si vera 1.) 


(formed like Hoph. Pt. );—Is 14°, but X Thes 
and most N19 q.v. 


ct [317] vb. act stormily, boisterously, 
arrogantly (Ecclus 13°, NH zd., Hiph. make 
proud (rare), X31) be arrogant; As.ra’ abu, storm 
at (angrily); Ar. 42) be alarmed, frightened ; 
Syr. o53, Pe. Pt. trembling, hastening, Aph. ter- 
rify, hasten);— Qal Impf. 3 mpl. W320 3307: 
}PID Is 3° (|| W221) storm against (G mposxdyer); 
Imv. \0)¥1 37) Pr 6° beset, importune, thy 
friend (Perles4™*" * conj. [71 give surety, cf. NH 
pon). Hiph. Pf. 3 mpl. sf. IDTV Ct 6°, of 
eyes, dub.: 
disturb, confuse me, Oettli Dr ™™*°“® Buhl ; 
Impf. 2 ms. sf. 227 138% (subj.”), Buhl Bae 
Dr thou makest me proud, bold (Thes De Che 
denom. of 375). 


Tan] adj. proud, defiant (si vera 1.) ;— 


pl. Dany “by y 40° unto the proud; but read 
prob. pan (cf. G para.drnras). 


Dama it n.{m.]| Thes al. pride, i.e. obj. of 


pride ;—sf. D3 yf go" (cf. 7 ddafovia rod Biov 
1Jn2"); <@ WY their width, extent (B37). 


223 


alarm me HiEw Bu, awe me Gi,: 


yay 


12m n.{m.] lit. storm, arrogance, but 
only as names, v. infr.;—abs. 9 Is 30’, 271 Jb 
9°+;—1. mythical sea monster (cf. Barton 
JAOS xy, 1 (1891), 4) so Ty Jb Cae? | mp 26)? ~ 89"; 
| A Iss. 2. emblemat. name of Egypt, 
D333 AT] yp 873; | onysy Is 307, 

ITD n.f. boisterous, raging, be- 
haviour ;—Is14*; so read (for MT 1307) 
Thes and most, after © ; || waa (cf. 3°). 


AT) (Yof foll.; Ar. 255 


a tumult, conflict, etc.), Lane). 


THAT Qr, MAAN Kt, a.pram. in Asher 
1 Ch Wie: A Oya, GL Payove. 


TUNA] vb. dub., appar. fear ;— Qal 
Impf. 2 mpl. TPN snanby Is 44°; Thes 


WA, but no / 1; Ew Brd Buhl 2 wi 
(NT) ; > Lag Gr Che Ht ann (in Syr. sense). 


Ome (v of foll., prob. collect, gather, cf. 
Ar. Ls, I, viit. be collected, congregated, cf. 
No“ xil, Be gs ND) = — DD), Gn 207% AL Ex De 
Syr. ei is appar. conduit, also reservoir (1); 
As. rdtu, vessel for water, provisions, etc.). 

is [ror | n.[m.]| trough (where water 
is collected 1) ;—for watering cattle ;—pl. DOT) 
Gn 30°", Hx 2?" (all J). 

Die Ora) (/ of two foll.; perhaps Aram. 
d= YM run, flow). 

II. [on] n.[m.| dub., Thes and most lock 
of hair (?fr. flowing down) ;—pl. D877 Ct 7°. 

T [ow] n.m. coll. rafters? boards ! (as 
strips running between beams? so Bu conj.; 
of. Syr. LJo¥ boards (?), Nb in Bu);—sf. 37 
Ctm Qs (Kt s3o03.; Codd. “i, Baep* 
Ko ily | ninp, 

iy yt sub 30s nl wee 


ieelie vb. wander restlessly, roam (cf. 
Ar. Sl) (5) go to and fro [No Gm as), 
Eth. C2: run upon, invade, attack) ; —Qal Pf. 
3 ms. by oy 17 WY Hora), fig., crpt., G appar. 
DyT AY, We NYT WY lacks knowledge, Now 
yp, Bewer 2! xxi (1902), 108 f. py ay: rpl. YT) Je 
23 ce of Isr.; read ‘70 perh. oi 11 lit, v. 
Jy 1g. Hiph. shew restlessness : I mopf. 2 ms. 
TH WR3 Gn 247°(dub. Nb" °°); 15, Ya WIS 
55° I shew restlessness (2) in my murmuring. 


is raise (dust, 


a0 9 


Tin, Ko"+%"] n.[m.] restlessness, 
straying (?);—sf. "W24 ‘YY La 3%; pl. sf. 2? 
mT mMIy Lat‘ (xd. prob.i mI Noe 
550). pl. nn O29) Is 58’, usu. concr. the wan- 
aR (homeless) poor (Di thinks old Qal pass. 

; Che®™™- rds, Hoph.O°™ ; Buhl *** Hiph. 
aa Ko "-}28 takes MT as abate for concr. 
[appos. of 1]; so Du Che ** [91 gloss], read 
perhaps pt. 0°) (19 dittogr.)). 


THT] vb. be saturated, drink one’s 


fill (NH in der, spec.; Ar. 593 ; Eth. 2w%: 
Aram. V1, Js); —Qal Pf. 3 fs. consee. NNN} 
DDI Je 46" fic. of sword (|| nY2Y, nbas). 
eae 3 mpl. JVB WT? NI 36° (Ges! a) tis 
of men (|| OPVA); 1 pl. O77 1) Pr 7° we will 
take our fill of love (\P>9N2). Pi. Pf 3 fe. 
NNN Is 34°, 7) consec. V5 1s. consec. ‘N11 Je 
ou Empf. Is. sf. Th os Is 16° (read prob. 
Ko on > FN Stas Gies!*%, B Al sf. 
PY Pr 5%; Inf. abs. 1 y 65" (Ges'*);—1. 
intens. be intowicated, drunk Is 34", fig.of sword; 
+ DD v7, of land (|| 17). 2. causat., drench, 
water abundantly, c.ace. 122A (subj.”); Is16°c. 
ace. pers. + NYT material; saturate (fig.), sate, 
wa pnda v WbI oN) Je314(|[pay); sexually, 7 Lys 
Teer 5° Hiph. Pj.3 ms. ad Is Aso 6 
"ita 3s 2 ms. sh YON Is ie Is. ae 
Je31”; Pt. NW Pr rat. —saturate, water, c. 
ace. YIN Is 551° (subj. aby DY); cause to drink 
(fig.), c.ace. pers.etrei (nay) La 3% (||"23°2); c. 
ace. pers. only(W53) Je 31” (|| ‘NNPN), abs. Pri1”; 
of Isr. satisfying’, O°3} aon Is 43%. Hoph. 
Tmpf. 8 (792) Prior vy. Toy and x7 p.432. 

Pea n.(m.] moisture (for A) Sta Se woe 
UK Ope er 11."3);—abs.22 AM. 12Ib37". 

Taw adj. watered ;—ms., of garden }3 
(in sim.) Je317 Is 58"; fs, WIT Dt 29% (opp. 
NNOXT ; appar. of herbage, in proverb. expres- 
sion for everything); perhaps also estr. 117 Jb 
10=sated with affliction (for 18), v. [O87]. 

Tan n.f. saturation (Lag®*!)"°);—abs. 
™ DID Wank (fig.), i.e. is well-filled Ges’ “'°; in 
gen. 3 66”, but Vrss and most mod. and to 
(a place of) relief. 


MATY v. 737 sub 377. 


4 mm 


m7 (v of foll.; prob. breathe, blow (v. 
Gerber“); cf. Syr. wes breathe; Ar. ch be 
windy; Eth. Cc: flabello ventilare, ventulum, 
facere; Ar. 2) breath, wind, spirit, o3 ,) * soul, 


spirit; NH 56, Aram, 899, Loos wind, 
breath, spirit ; ales NH", oa NO], bus, 
all odour; NH 07, 0 (usu. Hiph.), Y Syr. 
Aph., all smell). 


FY |, wef. (less oft. m.™ 018+) breath, 
wind, spirit ;—abs.’1 Gn 8'+, 11) Je 52%; 
estr. 0 Gn 6%+; sf. OM vF4+, JI prog? +, 
etc.; pl. niny y#+, Mind Je 49%, NAM Nu 16” 
2616 (v. Br™ in O.T., JBL xix (1900), me. full statement 
of all passages); —t1. breath of mouth or 
nostrils (33 t.): a. YB OM Jb 15* breath of his 
mouth, cf. 19”; IBS OF La 4” (fig. of king), 
of idols D2 4) Nd Je ro! t= Fi", HbeY vise 
cf. Jb o®. b. as mere breath: cf. 2 e. 
mM IIT Jb 16° i.e. windy words; "128 mind 
winia Th 6%, ND YD) NII Jes". ©. as word 
of command: (x) of God: os YB na (wy) 
DNIY 133°, of. Is 34° (|| 7B); @) of Messianic 
ae yen mor ynay ona Isrit, d.as hard 
breathing through the nostrils in anger: (1) fe 
God: abo iAX N70 Jb 4° Ex 15° (poem), 2822" 
= 18", Is 30" 59”; (2) of man: DY nM 
Is25*. e. as sign and symbol of life: pn mn 
breath of life Gn ou 7% (P); YEND DMN OT Now 2 
Cnv= (Pb) baoy Cry eee (breath or spirit), 
Ec3% 2. wind (117 t.): a. wind of heaven: 
Gn 8'(P) Ex 15%(E) Nuzi™ (J) 1K 18°48 
Jero™, thence 51° 7135’; “0 Ho13” Is4o%, 
cf. Jb 26% (Di Bu); +O°2(7) OM east wind Ex 
108 74?! (J) 488 Je 18" Hz17 19” 277 Jon 
48; tDY 9 north wind Pr 25%; +O. sea wind 
(west wind) Ex 10%(J); +O%3 9 day wind, 
evening wind Gn 3° (J; cf. Ct2™ 4°); +YaIS 
niny four winds Je 49°° Ez 37° (quarters?) Dn 

8° 11* (fig. quarters ; cf. b), Zc 2 6°; MYD ON 
storm wind 1047” 1488 Ez 14 cone Dra gis. “les 
HYD OM rushing wind W 55° (read poss. mayo 
Hup); inn DYya Ts 11% (read “9 Oya, v . DY, 
DY), etc. ; wind personif.: 0 ‘DID 28 aah 
y 18", 1043, cf. Ho 4” pro4t. db. quarter (of 
wie side; OPO OM Ez 42" east side; 0 
paD v" north side ; pin TM v8 south side; 
D'7 NM vy" west sides NIN YD vy 1 Ch 9% 
four sides; TH Je52° on the sides. ¢. breath 
of air DY M7 NY Jer 4°; nia ND) ND m 
Jb41% a. air, gas, from womb (dub.): § 


ny 
AN DTD" T3268 (Di, e); D2DINA wy DIN (RV 


breath) Is 33" (Du, 3 c). e. vain, empty 
thing: YOO Jb 7’ my life is wind ; TO ny 
15°; DIPDDI NI OY Ts 41%; 1 MY striving 
Sor wind Ke yi4 11.17.26 fae 6° 5 cf. yi? ane Bae, 
+3. sprit, as that which breathes quickly in 
animation or agitation = temper, disposition 


(76 t.; so, distinctively, as compared with YD 


and 31?): a. spirit, animation, vivacity, vigour: 
mn iy ma Av ND K ro®8=2Cho!s FN AAD 
MD 1K 21°; 1 MM) Gn 45” (E); inn AWM 
Jur51830% b. courage: 1 TY 02 x 
Jos 57; O12) 8a) y 76"; BM 1932 
Is 19%; ‘07 WYNN ye 774 1424 1434; TR ND 
WY Jos 2%; w9MD OBdD* WIN Prrs¥. e. 
temper, esp. anger: 3 JR TYI OM Jug”; 8 
DM ANG 8°; inna bein Piet Gyecraon 620) 
Jb15”; HTN 37 Ze 68; Ee y® 104%. d. impa- 
tience or patience: N11 WP Ex 69(P) ¢mpatience, 
hastiness of temper, cf. (of ) Mi 27; DS? 
Pr 14” (|| DBS FW); 22 OF NPI Tb 32% 
(Du breath; Di Bu divine spirit, cf. v5); ON 
SO AYPNND YD Jb 2x4; 7 OPA Mi 27; 
‘VTS Ee 7’. e. spirit, disposition, as troubled, 
bitter, or discontented; (1)FY BYBM (his) 
spirit was troubled Gn 41° (E) Dn 2%, cf. v'; 
m1 N29 Gn 26% (P) bitterness of spirit ; 1 NYY 
Is 54°, cf. Ez3%Jbo*. £. as crushed: 1009) 
m3 zor, cfals61° Frise i413) apr 43). 
g. disposition of various kinds, oft. unaccountable 
and uncontrollable impulse : TITS VY 1 Ch 
ce 2 Ch 2 z)6 200 Ezr zis Je 5 yi Hg 1 sage 7 230 
ny 43 jn(3)3 2 Kr9’=Is 347; Nur4* (J; v. oY 
4b), Mal 2%%?° Dt 2%; AIP OM jealous dis- 
position Nu5** (P); D3} mM Ho 42 5%; oO 
D yi Is rol; DEIN MN 288; DION mI TWN vN 
12 (administrative) Gn 41°(E); AIAN ws OND 
Pri7™. hh. prophetic spirit ; WS Ws yorn 
fa m0 Nu 27 (P; or g, as Gn 41°); TN nn 
yerdsnby 2K 2), of. v9; ADT OM spirit of 
deep sleep (ecstatic, cf. Gn2*! 15”, but Dial. g, 
as Is1g") Is 29; Mi2¥; ANDO OY Ze 13? (of 
lying proph.), ef. Ez 13%. Tt. spirit of the 
living, breathing being, dwelling in the Wa of 
men and animals, || YD) (25 t.): a. gift and 
creation of God: {3373 OF 0 AW Ze 121; 
‘BND mIDN nn Jb 27%, cf. Is 42°. b. God pre- 
serves it: ‘M7 NY YNIPB Ib ro”, cf. 12%; 
niva 92> NAMA TON Nur6”27'°(P); nin 72h 
Pr16?. c. it is therefore God’s spirit: Gn 6° 
(J; v.11 ad fin.) d. it departs at death: 


925 


nn 


¥ 78" (Dr a wind that passeth away 2 e); 
mM YA Is 38% (Di principle of life), » 146°; 
espn tog’ Jb 1734” (clave), Is 57 shee” 
(wind Wild); 197 TTA VIV YS Ec 115, ef. 
375 over ag. Fan? WAY DYNO Iw OY 
127; TA PAX FV2 y3r%  e. disembodied 
being (dub., Di Du breath of wind): sB-OY nny 
Abn Jb 4”. +5. spirit as seat of emotion 
=Wb]: a. desire (poss, 3 g), Is 26° (|| W532). 
b. sorrow, trouble (prob. 3 e), Jb 71 (|| ¥22).— 
181% v. WYP. +6. occasionally (and late) 
=seat or organ of mental acts, || 22, or synon. 
with it: 72230 0 Ex 28% Dt 34° (both P; prob. 
3g); NYA Is29%, cf. Jb 207(Hi Bu Du wind 
of Job’s words), ~ 77’ (G Sym © Jer troubled 
disposition); M1 NTs 40%; come into mind Ez 
Wee. (cr 5 Is65" Je3%+);1Ch28". +7. 
rarely of the will; also=1): 122 1 sr? 
(=1193 2) 57°94); ma AM ys; in AID Ex 
a57) (Perc ab adel 35c (Pyeo Chuo. ye 
+8. OY esp. of moral character; also = 3): 
Awan OM Ez rr 18% 36%; MN v7 Is go% 
(O97, || "13; but prob. prophetic spirit 9 b) ; 
WIN 3) Ez 18" 36%; M9 72) Is 667; OM NDT 
34" (of. DXDT 2) Is 57%); 1 73D Is 65" 
(cf. 3 £); TIBI OM y gx (| BV? 30, of, 
ab Ja) 34° Is 611); 32? Prir™ 16% p88 
Ec 7° (cf, 22 723 Pr 16°); O19 DY Pr 16" 29% 
Is 57°. mpay nM v” (cf. 3 f). +9. spircé 
of God (94 t.; not D or Je or any Deut. writer; 
conception of its activity in inspiring prophecy 
prob. discredited from abuse by false prophets, 
vy. N33, N13): a. as inspiring ecstatic state of 
prophecy, Nu 11172525.26.29 (Gay 18 10%” (cf, v°), 
19”; ag inciting to deeds of frenzy, in the 
ecstatic state; hence conceived as TY DIN 9 
I S to eo nN ny /- Vea Tne f= nby 
18” (other narrative) =31 ” 119°; “~’9 16% 
Omer ect Oly e227 enlpC mayo 
ea int Ba-4) ee et Koos ete ect 
also (in earlier prophets) 07 WN, i.e. one 
possessed by the spirit in the ecstatic state, 
|| 8°23 Ho 97; ”? 1 Mi 38 (|| 99) is prob. gloss 
(We Now); °17 8-1 Is 30!; 07 dealing with 
Ezek.: Ez 2? 324 83 11* (Co gloss), 371 43° 
(all implying ecstatic state of vision), cf. Elijah 
1K 18"2K2"._ b. spirit as impelling proph. 
to utter instruction or warning (higher and later 
conception): transition prob. Nu 24? 28 23? 
1Ch12™"; elsewhere in Ch.: 2Ch15! 20% 24”; 
distinctly in Is’, 48" cf. 611; so of ancient 


ri 


prophets, Zc 7” Ne 9”, ef., of future prophetic 
gift, Jo 3°. ¢. imparting warlike energy, and 
executive and administrative power: (1) to 
nmay, Dy win, DDD, of ancient Isr.: 17 AY 
by “Ju 3 11%, cf. 6% 13% 14° re4 78 118 
16"4; so also DW ON a Dy ny) W Is 32%: 
(2) resting upon Messianic king: Is 117°; 
upon servant of %, 42. d. late, as endowing 
men with various gifts: technical skill Ex 31° 
35° (P); understanding Jb 32° (|| WW nowa); 
poured out by divine wisdom Pri”. e. as 
energy of life: OY spr by namp DON mn 
Gn 12(P); AVY OY OM Th 334 (|| WW 1D82); 
as vital power, opp. Wa: Is 31°; in cherubic 
chariot: Ez1™, cf. v*"! 10"; reviving Israel 
Ez 39” Zc12" Is44%. £. =ancient angel of 
the presence and later Shekina: iW? 1 Is 
63a” 9 yi (=P NPD v’), cf. 106; 
so also JY12 7 y 51 (in national prayer), ef. 
Ne 9” ¥ 143”; proph. of restoration conceive 
of the divine spirit as standing in their midst 
and about to fulfil all divine promises: ‘Fi 
H23)na NW) Hg 2°, Ze 4°; this conception cul- 
minates in O7=divine Presence, and as such 
omnipresent, y 139° (|| 1°22; cf. v’). 


m) ,, mem." scent, odour (prop. 


Te 
breath) ;—abs. Ct 2% +, usu. estr. Gn 87+; sf. 
Uta CE OL Ce chiahed Db eas Ss Be Perry 
odour, of plants and fields Gn 277 (JE) Ct 1” 
2° 411 44 Ho 14’, of ointments Ct 1° 4”, of pers. 
and garments Gn 277" (JE) Ct 4" 7°, of water 
Jb14°; fig. of influence, reputation Ex 57! (J) 
Je48", 2. term. techn., 07°2 1% odour of 
soothing (to God), tranquillizing odour (of 
ascending sacrifices, v. 07") Gn 87! (J), elsewh. 
Hz 6% 16" 207" and Ps Hx 29°" Lv 1°36 
t. Lv, Nu15?+17 t. Nu. 


Tiny] vb. denom. Hiph.(?), smell, per- 
ceive odour ;—/mpf. 3 ms. 1)" Jb 39%, M2 
18 2642 +.; NI Gn 8%; 3 mpl. PO irs’, 
iN Dt 4, ete.; Inf. estr. 19 Ex 30%, ete.;— 
smell, c. acc. Gn 87 24% (JE), 18 26%; abs. 
Dt 4 115°; metaph. YN INI Ju 16*, 
meno Jb 39” the horse scenteth battle; c. 3 
Ex 30% Ly 26" (both P); metaph. = delight in 
Am 5” Is 11° (prob. dittogr. Br™?™”). 


tMa vb. be wide, spacious (N Eads, 
extend (intrans.), MY] wide space; Ar. oy be 


wide (between thighs), and deriv.; cf. perhaps 
Eth. 2%@: make open, open (der. spec.; Di 


926 


an 


Aram. M1 be wide (usu. fig. as Heb.), w5, 65 
be wide, enlarged) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms.“9, sq. 5 pers. 
1816” fig. there was enlargement, relief, for 
Saul; Zmpf. 3 ms. ib) M1 Jb 327! that there may 
be relief for me. Pu. Pt. pl. OM Je22™ 
spacious (of rooms; || M2 13). 

im n.m. 1. space, interval Gn 32” (E; 


PDies + PB). 2. respite, relief, Est 4™. 


Tamm n.f. respite, relief ;—abs. 9 Ex 8" 
(J); sf. “0B La 3° (Ew Lohr Bu °™™ ono 
my outcry, then del. My as gloss); rd. nny 
also for MT AN y 66" (v. sub mM). 

mm v. mn. 


TO vb. be high, exalted, rise (OHeb., 
Ph., OAram., Palm., all in n.pr.; Sab. in oO 
epith. dei et regis Fell7"¢"% 0 * algo in n.pr. 
Mordtm ib. xxx (1876), 36 SabDenkm No, 14, Eis Ar. \ 
be high, dial. of Oman (Jayakar****555) and 
Zanzibar (Pra 2Me Ge): 218) th en yee 
Aram. D), pos (very often in der. spec. and 
deriv.)) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 0) Dt 84s 
3 fs. MD 1 S2t+; MOND Ze 14” v.81; 3 pl. 
121 Pr 30% y131', 1) Jb 22” (Baer Gi; Ges 
1); Tmpf DMS Ts 30+, juss, DY Nu oq’, 
DIN Ho13° Ez 108 [07 Ex16” v.07]; 3 mpl. 
PI Is 49", etc.; Lmv. ms. ms part; Inf. 
estr, DY Dt 17° Ez 10%, DID y 12° [Bae conj. 
D3], sf. onin Ez ro" (Ges? " 9); P7700) Talos 
pl. D'D) 2°4, estr. 27 10*, etc.;—1. a. be 
high, lit. rock (in fig.) 61° (12 comp.); be (set 
on) high, %2) Jb 22” (of stars), esp. pt. = 
adj., in gen. Is 2% (+783), of mts. v* Dt 127, 
hill Ez 6 20% 34°, throne Is 6', trees=tall 2% 
Ez17™, ef. (in fig.) Isro® (71990 D1); human 
stature Dt 1° (j12 comp.), 27°! 9?; DD] 78 
heights (of heaven; || 728%); 8%7 of inhab. of 
heavens Jb21”. b. esp.of %, 8B2) 07 Is54™, ef. 
W138 + pyayn-ba-by 997, O83 1134. 2. be 
raised, uplifted: a. of highway Is 49" (made 
high, put in order); voice, Dt 27 (pt.=adj.) 
uplifted. bb. fig.: of hand, symbol of might, Dt 
3277, 4 Dy pers. Mi 5°; of Isr.in Exodus 197 732 
Ex 14° Nu 33° (both P); of ’’s hand Is 26" 
89% (|I WA); fig. of presumption Nu 15*° (P); 
M21 YY of might Jb 38"; of eyes, fig. of arro- 
gance Pr 6” 30% w131' (|| ‘aD M3), so 18°, but 
||2S 22% of pers.; of heart, fig. of reckless 
elation, Ho 13° Dt 8" Ez 317 (47333, || 23 
M2'p2) Dn 11”, + $2 pers. Dtr7”; of horn, fig. 


an 


of triumph 1 § 2! (song), p 89” (v8 see Hiph.), 
112°, so head 27° (+ Y pers.), 140° (join yo 
to v, but read 42°). Che, cf. Hup-Now). c. 
of pers., be exalted (in fig.), king Nu 24’ (JE; 
+] comp.; || SW); of God (’, i.e. shew his 
exaltation) Is30"8 28 227 = 18", p21! 460), 
oF pYDw(n)-oy Bia Oo fm IVa lene) os 
people 89"; rebellious 667 (Qr; Kt Hiph.: 
shew exaltation); worthlessness (personif.) 1 2°; 
Mircity rrr. 3. be lifted, rise, of ark, 
prsn-byp Gn7" (J), so of cherubim Ez 10", cf. 
vi; 75933 yt (23 Syp),— Pr 247 v. 1. M87 
p-910b. Polél Pf.3 fs. sf.39N229 Ez 314; rs. 
‘ma Is 1? 234; Impf. 3 ms. DO Ho 11’, sf. 
‘IIT vy 275, POON 37°45 1s. sf. WIQVAN) Ex 
15° (Ges'*'), ete. (BON v. Hithpo'l.) ; Jmv. 
mpl. 12117 y 99°; Inf. cstr. ping Ezr 9°; Pe. 
DIN 1S 27, sf. ‘MIND pot, f NNN y 118° 
(9 om., Hup-Now Bae; cf. Ké'**);—1. a. 
raise, rear, children Is 17 23* (both || D713), b. 
cause tree to grow, subj. DNA Ez 31° (|| ba). 
c. rear, erect, temple Ezr 9°. 2. lift up: a. 
in fig., ace. pers., subj. y 27° (+33); +} 
comp. 28 22%8=y18", +/D from 9"; acc.om. 
Ho 11’ (si vera |., cf; We Now). b. raise waves 
of sea, subj. wind, y107”. c. ewalt, acc. pers., 
subj. Jb 17* (read perh. D270), so Bu, cf. Di), 
v 37% (+728 mv?) ; acc. om. 18 2’ y 11878 (in 
victory); subj. wisdom, ace, pers. Pr 4°, cf. WP 73 
msrp 74%. 3. exalt, extol, acc.”, + 30°, 
| PBN Ts 254 x18, | NAAT 99%, | 277 
104, || 722 145}, || WINS Ex 1g; acc.” DY 
%344(\| 03). Polal Zmpf. 3 fpl. mon 
v 75" be lifted up, of horns (cf. Qal 2b); Pf. 
3 ms. DDT) 66" and he was extolled (so Ki al.; 
but v. D199 infr.); Pt. D9 Neo® extolled, of ¥’s 
name (cf. Po‘lel 3), 4/2 7D13-P3-Y.  -Hiph. 
Pf.3 ms.0° 1K 117+; 2 ms, NiO 2K 19” 
y 89%, Ni) Nu 31; 2 mpl. consec. onion 
18”, ete.; Impf. 3 ms. O°" Gn 41+, juss. OW 
Nur7? 182", DIN Ex 7+, sf. 09 Gn 31°, 
etc.; Jmv. ms, 11 Exr4” Is 58), NO 743, 
etc.; Inf. cstr. DI Isto” +, sf. 2 Gn39q%, 
etc.; Pt. OND Ex 35%+, etc.;—1. a. (1) raise, 
lift, c. acc. hand Ex 17" (E), Nu 20” (P), 
Sen (in oath) Gn 14” ef. (DYMO) Dnt’, 
+3 pers. against 1K 11°"; feet, DOVA v7 45, 
le. run Ceo dir.); hand or foot Gn 41“ (E), 
i.e. make any movement (hyperb.); head p110/ 
(As. ull résu DIPVP™®*), cf. 12")? 140° (so rd., 
v. Qal 2 b); face,’ ON Ezr 9°; hand of another, 


927 


a 


subj.”, fig. of giving strength to, » 89%, so 
head 3*; c. acc. of rod Is 10” Ex 14'*(P), BW 
M9122 4 (HK); rod subj.,c.acc.reiIs1o®, (2) 
raise poor JAN, c. 12 loc. 1S 2° p1137. b. if 
up voice Gn 398 (J; both + 84?), Is 40°? (ace. 
om.), 58! Ezr 3%; +0y Na Ez21”, ninyyna 
2Chs"; +5 pers, Is13?, 299 Jb 38%, + by pers. 
against 2K 19"=Is 37; Dipa Dats Chis’, 
c. (take into one’s hand and) lift, take up, stone 
Jos 4° (JE; iDwPY), leg (of sacrif. meal) 18 
g*, mantle 2 K 2", axe 67 (acc.om.), yoke Ho 11‘ 
(OND->y), censers Nu 17?(P; +]°3'), ashes 
Ly 6%, d. set up, erect, stone as N2¥ Gn 31” 
(E); standard, ON of people 49”, "962, e. 
set on high, throne, Oy "23130 Sy Isr4"; nest 
(subj. 2) Jb 30%. f£. lift wp, exalt, c. ace. 
pers., subj. 1K 147 16? p 89” (all. }®), 75° 
(opp. EY); subj. Hp Eta eCial so. eC. aCe. 
PR, in both good and bad sense (cf. Qal 2 b) 
Tia oleae (Din), W898 (Kt; Qr Qal), 92”! 
148% 75°; but 1 Ch 25° sound the horn; 
inf.= exaltation ~ 75’; 667 v. Qal 2c. 2. 
lift up and take away, remove, c. acc. TIOYT 
Ez 21*" (|| YD); acc. rei+ {12 loc. Is 57%, Lv 2° 
4° 6°; =do away with, p> nwa Ez 45° (yD 
of people), 112A Dn8" (Kt; Qr Hoph.);=set 
apart, DI!) Nu 31% (ji!) pers.). 3. lift off 
and present, contribute, offer: a. to’, c. acc. 
cogn. MONA, Ez 45" 48°" Nurs?" (P), Ex35%4 
(P) aa my Ez 45) 48° Nurs” 184 318. nov 
18 ( +} rei), vo? (all P); “SMa “nN Hzr 8”, 
b. c. ace. rei, +2 Lv 22". ©. contribute, acc. 
rei, 5 pers: (for ssaerit.),. 2 Ci 3o"" 957" (ace. 
om.), Vv’. Hoph. Pf 3 ms. O° Ex 29”, D1 
Dn 8" Qr (Kt Hiph.); Jmpf. 3 ms. 01 Lv 4"; 
—be taken off from (}) Ly 4” (P), ef. Ex 297 
(P; || 4255); be abolished Dn 8" Qr (cf. Hiph. 
2); Bev (after G) ins. Pt. DOV after POAT y™, 
Hithpo'l. [mpf. 3 ms. bycbanby Pa pian) 
Dn 11° and he shall exalt and magnify himself 
above, etc.; 1 8.(M assim.) DIN Ts 33 (Ges) *° 
Ko") T will raise myself (+ D°3P8, SY38). 

itan OD n.[m.] height, haughtiness 
(prop. inf.) s—abs./9, 1. height, loftiness, DYOW 
Pv? IN) 9? Pr 25°; estr. DY OY fig. of 
haughtiness Is 10™ (|| a 21), Pr 21‘(|| 2973) ; 
so 12) DI Je 48” (|| MNa, fINA, 724); then alone: 
2. haughtiness, DWIN BN) Is 21” (both || 4723). 

TOW adv. on high, of direction (cf, DIN 
2) X23 BH Hb 3" (subj. BINA). 


man 


i M217 n.pr.loc. Vj!) 2 K 23%; (éx) Kpovya, 
A Pupa, GL AoBerva; poss. = [TIN | Jug” 
(q. 1. perh. also v", see GFM), yet cf. Kit Benz. 


tia adv. haughtily, 9 3200 NP Mi 23, 
To n.pr.m. 1. a. an ancestor of David, 


Ru 4’**’, brother of Jerachmeel 1 Ch2*". b. son 
of J.1Ch 2”°/,—Appay, Pap, etc. 2. name of 
Elihu’s family, Jb 32°(Pap[a], Apa), dub., cf. Bu. 


Ee mor n.f. height, high-place ;—abs. 
as term. techn. (cf. 123),— shrine (for illicit 


worship): Ez 16”; || 432 v7*)°; so perh. 15 22°, 
but rd. prob. 122, G Baya (A Pappa), HPS. 

11, WO) n.pr.loc.usu. c. art."1} the Height, 
Rama, 207 (exe. Je 31° Ner1*): 1. in Benj., 
on, border ‘of Ephr.) Hos? 4 Kan? 7 en 
16'°*, Ju 4° 19° 1s 10” Je 31" 40' Josas™ (2b), 
Ezr 2*=Ne7*™, prob. also Ner1*; @ usu. Papa; 
mod, er-Rdm, 5 miles N. of Jerus., Buh] Se”, 
2. in hill-country of Ephr. (=1 1), home of 
pamuelin io 1 eu My 38 ees G iro an otlece 
n loc., ANDI), yi922b.20.23 20! 251 283, = DN 7! 
(v. BI); G Appadaiy, Paya; perhaps (if distinct 
from 1)= Beit-Rima, 13 miles ENE. of Lydda 
(GASm&*s" 24 Buhl 8°): or Ram-allah, 3m. 
SW. of Bethel ae "#1 al.) [cf. also ’Apima- 
Oaia Mt 27°" + |. 3. in Asher Jos 19”(P), 
Papa; perh. Rdmiye, c.12 miles E. of Ladder of 
lyresob . 02) Buhl 7! 9 5 4 iniNaphtali, 
Jos 19*'(P), Apayd, A GL Papa; mod. RAmeh, 
c. 8 miles WSW. of Safed Buhl 9¢°2" 72, 5. 
mid1(2) pe KS? == 2 Chi22® (Peupod, Papo ; GL 
Payuad Tal.), v. nin 12 TC: Dr Hast. DB. RAMAH 


Tn adj.gent. (of what Rama’), c. art. 
“00 1 Ch 277; 6 ek Pand; A 6 ‘Papadaios. 
ma(s)r n.pr.loc. cstr., in combin.: 
m2 no a oe ened. ‘mp p- 534. 2. ts 
nEyN Jos 137° (P), in Gilead, on N. border of 
Gad; ApaBwd [A Papo), GL Pape | Kata Ty 
Mao(on)pa; =11. NBS) 3; on (dub.) identif, 
Cha Apom Ser est. Buhle. 268 3. ay NOs) 
Jos19°(P), Bayed [A GL Taped] xara AiBa 
(= NINIV3 v8, q.v. p. 128); prob. =)" nin 
I S 30%, Papa vérov; site dub., v. Dr™* DB. awa 


nya(s)9 yy PY: 1. loc. Heights, 
Ram6éth ;—a. in Gilead, sybaa nol Jos 21% 
(Gi; van d. H. Baer v*; P), 33 nin (of Gad) 
Dt 4° 1Ch 6%, 23 NONI Jos 20°(P), Paywd [Jos 
20° Apnpob | ev (r9) Tadaad ; usu. A non (Peppa 
[ Epeuad, Papo, Papa(d) | Tan., etc.) 1K 4% +4 19. 


928 


ons 


K Ch (v. syd 1d); =11. 7197 5, q.v.; site dub. ; 
Onom. (Lag? its ma. NV. OE Philadelphia [ Jer 
Tb.) says E!], hence Di?) Buhl?” conj. 
el-Jal'aud, c.17 Eng. m. NW. of Phil., and 3 m., 
S. of Yabbok; S Merrill: of Jordan, 284 ff. ; Hast. DB. Ramoru G. 
conj. (on gen. grounds) Jerash, c. 28 m. N. of 
Phil.; GASm“** some place just S.of Yarmuk, 
ef. GACooke in Dr?*444 xf qv. esp. against 
es-Salt (Seetzen al.). +b. eee 18 30%, 
vy. n2(8)13. te. nis, Levit. city in Issachar 
1 Ch6* (AaBop, GL Payo6), prob. = =n Jos1g” 
(P; Peypas, A Papad), and N21) 2, Jos 212%, q.v. 
p. 438 (v. also Di?*"), 2. m. ni) Ezr 
10” Qr (Kt nim) v. M0)! 5, p. 438. 


DYN) n.pr.loc. 7} 18 11, v.11. 19) 2. 


Tiny] n.f. height, lofty stature ;—sf. 
WON Ez 32°. 

rt oan n.{m.] extolling, praise;—= song 
of praise (to ’*) 66", so read with van d. H., 
cf. Thes Hup-Now Che Bae Buhl™; > Ki Baer 
Gi vb. Po‘lal, DM; pl. cstr. ON MND 149° 

T [moana] n.f. uplifting, arising ;—sf. 
hw Is 33° at thine arising. 


try “AND as n.pr.m. (J have made 
lofty help ; cf. nd; and reff. ); —son of Heman 
rOh2, wy Dy. 

no vy. nin(sy. Le. 


T pin n.m.*°"° height (poet.);—abs. 1 
Mi 6°+; estr. DID 2K 19"+; pl. OND Is 
33°43 estr. RIND Jug; sf. PRIN Jb 257,— 
1. height, elevation (concr.), elevated place : 
my wi Ibs’, p71 WN Prs?; inav DN 
Obi (ef. Now), nyaa ninn j in \|Je 40.0%: D3 2 top 
of mts. 2 K 19%=Is 3738, isp iy 2: may 4°) 
Je 51° (of Bab.); specif. of Zion, “» Je17”, “0 
fey Alaa xv 4p) qa Kz 17 20° wr £7 “2 
34"; indef., Hb 2° (in fig.), nob mdayi pid Jb 
51; DD] DIN He 10° (of high office, rank; 
opp- bavi). pin av? Ts 26°, i.e. in (supposed) 
security, ef. YY DN 33% (|| DvSD nisyy); 
905 on high (Germ, in die H dhe) ¥ a 5°, so “2 
Jb 39", adv.=7n a high place Is 22" 2.'D 
alone=height of heaven: DMD saby | Mi 6°; 28 
22% = 18", Ty 2478! 30% gy 58! Lar y 78 
68" 71” 93* 1447, pl. Jb 25°; || DY, WIR “P 
y 102%, DID Jb 16! y 148; || WIP AWE Te 
25%, || 20 Tb 31° (pl.), opp. j WS "7PM Is 24"; 


ai.) lial 


as pred. of 9 92° cf. 10°; as adv. (i.e. in heaven) 
Is 33°3 "2 towards ieisenls BOIS LOp na aa ae 
19”; “iD in fig. + 73° they speak Or if) from 
the sky, from heaven (i.e. so arrogantly). 3. 
"? adv. fig.,=proudly wy 56° (so Gei Hup-Now 
al., cf. Che, but dub.), Bae 7m high station ; Du 
reads D1) (ON to v'; as dittogr.?). 4. fig. 
of nobles (coll.) /ISI"DY pin Is 24%. 


Mann n.f. contribution, offering, for 


ered uses (not certain before Dt.; chiefly EzP 
and late) (pr op. something lzfted a separated) ; 
—abs.’n Ez 45%+; estr. NON Ex 304+; sf. 
MONA 25°, D2N- Nu 187, ann. Ex2o- 3 pls 
minnnA Na 12 Pr 294, nb. 281 Nu 18) ssf. 
D ona Vv, ete. ; —1. earliest use: conta of 
Noe ge Ez 20” Nur ee 20:21, 2. contrib. foe 
prince, in Ezekiel’s scheme: Ez 45%1° S. 
tract of land to be set apart for temple, and 
for use of priests and Levites,in Ezek.’s scheme: 
Ez at ge eat. called wpa An 45ers ioe 
ate: Dw wip YIN Ny, 4. contrib. 
to %, set apart for priests, Ez 44°° Lv 22° Nu 5° 
Do oe, ost =; Specil:; a. of cakes and 
cereals Ly 7" Ne 10° (also for Levites), 12“ 
(id.), 13°; cf. NON “TWA 2 § 17, i.e. (si vera 1.) 
fields yielding sacred imposts, but very dub.; 
GL épy Gavdrov, cf. We ; JP Pet? = 0899), 54 py on 
nyo (29) Y, ‘Nas gloss ; HPS nin ni; >Sta 
ni Wi; vy.also Dr. b. of Lite sacrif., 
the thigh, m0 piv Ex 297 Ly 7410" Nu 6 
c. priests’ share of Levites’ tithe, Nu 182°7-28-78.29, 
d. of booty Nu31”%""". —e.. tithe for Levites 

Tor, 5. materials for tabern., sacred gar- 
ments, elgs.lix 2 5773 255-521-2424 36°, 5 for temple 
Ezr 8”, 6. half-shekel for maintaining 
service of sanctuary Ex 30%"*™, 7. late, 
contribution, in gen., MONA WS Pr 294 a man 
of contributions, i.e. demanding them,=man 
of exactions.—F Is 40” of idol-image(sivera 1.), 
so still Di-Kit; rd. perh. 1292 G (épotepa vy") 
Du; other conj.in Che*”, v. also IIT. [{3D].— 
Vbs. ¢.’n are: O17 Ez45'+ 14t., 829 Dtr25+ 
9 t., 102 Bz 44+ 9 t., MP? Ex 25724 4 t., IP 
Lv es Nu ne =—=Vaid. Dr Dt 12,6; Hast. DB iii. ae 


Tan n.f.denom. what belongs to 


a pene pntion attendant or secondary con- 
tribution, subdivision (on form, Vy ICO ta 
strictly adj. (used as subst.), Ges'*) ;— 

eso non) Hz 48”, of strip of land for ae 
in Ezckiel’s scheme (but rd. prob, 12), 


929 


oyna 60°;—1. shout in triumph : 





MYVIAN 
ri] vb. overcome (cf. Ar, wh () ¢ 


che or w pers., overcome, e.g. of wine); —_ 
assumed in Heb, by Thes (after ©) and most 
mod. to explain Hithpo.. Pt, Pao 19ND 743)3 
y 78" like a hero overcome by wine (cf. || va); 
AV RV De Che al. shout (29), Cid soko 
Hup-Now, with altern. conj. 1}9N, and this 
sense more suitable (cf. Luzzatto™ Pentateuce i ast, 
#63 (Uy 217) Perles’),—-Pr29. Vs jay fils 

T [ya] vb. Hiph.,, 1. raise a shout. 2. 
give a blast with clarionor horn (N Hid., Hiph.; 
Thes cp. Ar. \e° utter a grumbling er y) s—PP. 
3 mpl. ww Ju 15 Ezr 34, WI 18 14”, éte.; 
Impf. 3 ms. 9" Is 428 41, yyy Jos 6”, etc.; 
Imv. fs. 8 Ze 9°; mpl. YI Jos 6+; Inf. 
estr. YN 2 Gh Woe etal Dy Ezr 3°;— 
1. shout a war-cry, or alarm of batile, Jos 61" 
10.10.16.20 Ju We I S cr Ts 42% 2 Ch Baie: 15. par 
WYN Jos 6°; neipd Ju rs"; ninbdia I e ad 
2. sound a Cand for war or mar poh c, MNSSN 
Nuzo"? (Py = |e vpn Ho s*Vet: Jo 22+, by 
against 2Ch13”; so also prob. Jb 30° (against 
athief). 3. shout in triumph over enemies: 
c by Je50" y 41"; abs. Zp 34 (|| p77). 4. 
shout in applause: abs. 1S 10% Ze 9°, ef. (of 
angels) Jb38’. 5. shout withreligiousimpulse: 
Ay 7 18 4° Hzr 31"; so in public worship 
with music and sacrifice, c. >, to God w 47? 66° 
812 95! g8* 100}, 1905 98°; in joy, } IS nena 
Ts 447 (|| DOW 2), 6. cry out in distress, 
Is 158 (but Du Bu YY tremble); varyrqn mad 
Mi 4° (of Zion under fig. of woman, but perh, 
read YO oyinn nn? why y art thou broken all to 
pieces? as Prri »). Po'lal. Jmpf. 3 ms. impers. 
yyy N? Is 16 @ shout shall not be uttered (of 
joy in harvest; |[}3)'). Hithpo‘l. Zmpf. x s. 
YUAN vy 108"; 3 mpl. WINN? 65"; Imw. fp. 
c. by 
Vy 60" (subj. Phil.; iron.) |[108" (subj.%). 2. 
shout for joy, p6n' (meadows, valleys; || 7v’). 





ti. \ n.verb. shouting, roar, but dub.;— 
nyla oyn rip Ex 32" (E) sound of the people as 
they shouted (read Inf. cstr. NY72 for IVT, ef. 
5); iV yoy Ta Jb 36° the roar thereof 
telleth of him (<\2¥7 his thunder, so Bu); mad 
Vy) Mi 4° why criest thou out with a crying? 
i.e. so loudly (but v. /6),—a11. ur. YD vy. myn. 

Taya n.f. shout or blast of war, alarm, 
or joy ;— ‘pn Ly 23¢-+5 estr, NYU Je 4! >— 

3 0 


7 


1. alarm of war, war-cry, Jos 6°” Je 20'° Ez 
o1™% Am 1t2? Zp.) Jb 397; monn a) dewe. 
49°} 129 'N battle-cry of king Nu 23” (poem in 
JE). 2. blast for march: ’n ppn Nuro0***(P; 
with NV¥3N; hence)/AT NAYIN Nu31°(P) 2Ch 
13”; on day of atonement N 1DW Ly25°(H); rst 
of mo.’N }i1D} 23%(P; WIAD Ina yaa wha), 
‘norNuzg'(P); gen. YOY, 150°. 3. shout 
of joy with religious impulse, 18 4°°° 25 6"= 
1,.Ch 15%) 2 Chrys Far. 3 28 .ne a bip 
Ezr 3%; in public worship gen. Jb 33”; esp. 
+ musical service ¥ 33° 47°; “NNa} 279, Nyt 
89%. 4. shout of joy, in gen. Jb 8” (||PINY). 


Ayn (o of foll.;=N5). 
Taann n.f. healing ;—Ez 47”. 


yaw vb. run (NH d. (rare); Eth, Cf: 
Zinj. Pf. 1 8. n¥1; =Aram. 0; gos (W54%); 
cf, As. rdsu, be helpful (i.e. run to help %);— 
Qal Pf. 3 ms. 7) Gn 18’; 2 ms. NAY] Je 12°, 
ete.; Impf. y Hb 27+, 7X Ib 16", 7 Gn 
187+, yn" 25/197; (i's. sf. DYN Jogo ~ Kt 
(but < Qr Hiph., v. infr.), etc. [v.also py]; Jmv. 
Mey) goto 2 Ngo a oO wpe cali, 
estr. YD 1S 20°+; Pt. 128184, pl Dy 
1S 2274, P¥0 2K 11¥ (Ges***);—1. run, c. 
by loc. Gn 18’ 24” (both J), Nur7(P), bs pers. 
Gn 24” (J; +7 loc.), 18 3° Is 55° (fig.), with 
hostility, against, Jb 15” (fig.), so goat against 
ram Dn 8°, >¥ pers., against Jb 16"; 7 loc. also 
Jos 7*, in’2> Hei, yD Is 59’ Pr 1"; acc. loc. 
1S 20° 1728 (4. ANIP9); 2 loc. on (3 II. 2), of 
horses Am 6”, locusts Jo 2°; into Pr 18" (fig.); 
12 loc. 18 4%, so MT 2 K 23” (=he went quickly 
thence, but text perh. corrupt, v. Kit Benz, and 
cf, Hiph. infr.); “INS pers. 2818" 1K 19% 2K 
5h Cin re pers: 25K 4": “9B? pers. 2S 15} 
1 K 1° (both of royal escort, out-runners), 18% 
(+'TY loc.), "BD rei 18 8"; NN pers. accomp. 
Je12°; ¢. acc. of way, M8 y 19°, T7728 18" 
119’ (fig.); as prelim., + inf. MNS run to 
meet Gn 18? 24% 29% 33% (all J), 2 K 4° Je 51", 
+vb, fin, Gn 24% 29” (both J), Nu 11” Jos 8” 
(both JE), Juz" 13 18 10% 17" 28 18% 50°; 
as imy.+imv. 18 20% Zc 2°; abs. 18 20% Is 
40°02 Ch 29" (v.24), Dre? 02 Of feet), sof 
locusts Jo 2*”; specif., rwn as messenger 28 
1 971.72,28.23.24.26.26, fio, of prophet’s activity Je 23”, 
of ’’s word ~ 147; fig. of reading smoothly, 
12 NUP pI Hb 22—p 18% = 2 § 22% read PAS 
(for JIN, 7S), py Ew Ol Che Bae al. 2. 


930 





my 


Pt. as subst.: a. pl. DYI the runners (prop. 
out-runners, as royal escort, cf. vb. 2815) 1K 
1°; then) of royal body-guard 15 22” 1K 147788 
—2 Chr 2 2K 1077 y46-11-19-19 __( Dyin) Ps 
v3 is gloss (Kit Benz; whence [easier] O97 
Ds 2Ch 23” v. 1).—Pr 29° for {7 Pinsk 
Toy favour /™. b. runner = (royal mes- 
senger, post, late), 7] Je 51°"! (|| THD), cf. Jb 
9” (as swift); BSI 2Ch 30°” Est34, riders 
DDI] 77 8, WII ADA v4, Po'lel Jmpf. 
3 mpl. W¥ Na 2° they run swiftly, dart (like 
lightning; of chariots). Hiph. cause to run: 
1. bring, or move, quickly, Impf. 3 mpl. sf. 
YW, 12 loc. Gn 41“ (E), rd. perh. also 3 ms. 
7H 2K 23” (acc. om.; for MT 73" v. Qal); 

pers., acc. rei om. 3370") 2 Ch 35": /my. ms. 
y20 18177 (+ace. loc., 5 pers.); Impf. 3 fs. 
YT PI 68 quickly stretch out hands, DYONP 
(viz. with offerings). 2. c. YD — drive away 
from, 1 8., sf. 3 ms., 3288 Je 49", so read prob. 
also in || 50 (Qr DSS, > Kt oy). 


Ty n.[m.] running, race;—abs. Eco". 


13 [Ax] n.f. 1. running. 2. course 
(of life):—1. running, mode, style, of running, 
estr. MYND 28187, NY v7, —-Q. course (of 
life), sf. ONY) Je 8° (Qr; >Kt pl. ani), 
23'°.—1, N39) Je 22” v. sub pyn. 

WIA poison, Dt 32%, vy. 1; WN, 

pw or wy vb. be in want, poor 
(related to w [cf. Qal 3, Niph. Hiph. 3]? 
so Thes);—Qal Pf, 3 pl. 2387) W] OPER 340 
young lions are in want and hunger ; elsewhere 
Pi.0118 18" 4+16t, US) 28122 soy 
DW) Pr 227, DWN 13%;—(oft. opp. MWY): as 
adj. 15.187 2,9 12>° Pr 28* Ke 4"*s aq supe 
poor man (men), 28125 y 82 Ec 5’, esp. Pr 104 
13°%412t.Pr. Hithpolel Pt. Ywin Pr137 
one impoverishing himself (opp. WYN? ; cf. Pé’l. 
wwin Ecclusrr” 13°).—Je 5” Mal 1% v. wun. 

T WT, WT, WRI n.m. poverty, only Prj— 
wr 28" sf. iW 317; M1 13% sf. yw) 24% 
(| THM), BY 10% (opp. PHY); VN] 308 (opp. 
WY), sf. JUNI 64 (= 24, || 2d.). 

NN) n.pr.f. v. sub mys. 


i a vb. be or grow lean (Ar. G3j grow 
thin and weak) 3—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 1 Zp2” obj. 
false gods, appar. make lean (¥Y attenuavit ; G 


my) 


is eEoheOpevoer), but sense strange, <9) (vy. Ar. 
supr.), yet even this very doubtful. Miph. be 
made lean, Impf. 3 ms. 11) nwa pow len" 

TTA] adj. lean (on formation cf. Lag 
BN as) -__fg, TI, Ez 24” (of NY; opp. m3), of 
land, =barren, Nur3” (JE; opp. 722”). 

hn n.{m.| leanness, wasting 7-2/2 3t 
Ts 24'°"* to me, wasting ! (opp. *23). 

it. wm n.|m.]| leanness, wasting, scant- 
ness ;—abs. “1: 1. leanness Is 10" (fig.; opp. 
W3DWID). 2. wasting, i.e. wasting disease, 
Wy 106” (cf. Bae). 3.7 NES Mi 6” ephah 
of scantness, scant measure.—1. fT) vy. JM. 

my @ ery out, cf. Talm. MYND bewailed). 

Tow n.m.A"°7 ery (X NIM mourning- 
feast ; Ph.nmn a rel. festival (> usu. a month), 
ef. Palm., ClGann Littm, v. GACooke ™* #1 * 
o? aud. ae Negras aeaa ee) —1. mourning 
cry ee Talm. 81D), abs. OD N'A Je 16° 
i.e. house of mourning (||75D, 109). 2. ery 
of revelry, estr. OND AMD Am 67, 

3 v. an. 


T (or] vb. wink, flash (of eyes) (transp. 
[text. err.?] for Ar. 32,, Aram. 1127, Jx3; so 
NH 199 (rare), 1) sgn, intimation) 3— Qal 
Impf. 3 mpl. PRY Per Jb 15 (Codd. 
mn) why do thine eyes flash (in wrath)? but 
possibly read 27} (Pr 6” 30%, etc., cf. Bu), 

TM, 1 earlier 7, so Lag*\*] vb. be 
weighty, judicious, commanding (Ar. oF be 
weighty, grave, firm of judgment; NH N= 
BH, so oN Ecclus 44°);—only Qal Pz. pl. as 
subst., rulers, potentates, | padn ; m2 Jus? 
Hb 1, 4p 2? Pr 8*-91*, || IN spp Is 40%, 

(ihe yn n.m. potentate ;—abs.’7 Pr 14% 
(|| 7120). —1. fill v. sub mmm supr. 

Th n.pr.m. founder of kingdom of 


Damascus, Solomon’s time, 1 K 11™; @& (v"*) 
Eopop [A Woe Pagar | ; identified with j"] 157° 
by Th Klo (reading p71), but ef. Kit Benz. 


tT a7 [? also any so Lag®™*!; cf. also 


a | re be, or grow, wide, large (NH in 
der. spec. (rare) and deriv.; Ar. 55, Eth. 
Cah: Sab. in epith, dei Fell 74 "0.9, and 
n.pr. CIS” etc.; As, in rébite, open ‘placa 


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of city Ze 2°; 


am 


Aram. 177 in deriv.);—-Qal Pf. 3 ms. ‘2 
Li an aby against (i.e, to devour, in fig.; ef. 
Hiph.); consec. 1222 1) 1934 Ts 60° be widened, 
enlarged, relieved, and expanded with joy (cf, 
Hiph. 2); 3 fs..202) NINN Ez 41’ prob. err., 

Co MDD mam, Toy ADI "ann, Krae DN 
mM [} 9). Niph. Pi.as adj. m3 13 Is 30° a 
broad, roomy, pasture. Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. 
Gn 26” Hb 2°, 2977 Is 30%; 2 ms. DIN pf 4’, 
ete.; Jmpf. 3 ms. 21 Dt 12” +, etc.; mv. ms. 
“30 -y 81" (cf. also 25" infr.); fs. 2 Is 
547, 200 Mir; Inf. estr. VOW Am 2; Pé. 
INV Dt 33°;—1. make large, c. ace. baldness 
Miz” (sign of mourning), fun. pile Is 30% aoc 
om.; +P"2¥9); make wide, ace. couch Is 57° 

foe 2. enlarge limit of territory (3323) 
Am 1 Ex 34" (J), Dt 12" 19%, soqla ma) 33, 
cf. 708 nip 07 Is 5.47(fig.); also Ae + pers. , 
10 77 Gn 267 (J), and (fig. of deliverance), 
bam ya y42; 979 DIS IAD Pr 18% a man’s 
gift makes room for him, gives access to patron; 
of Y’s enlarging the heart : °25) v119” (cf.Qal); 

‘9 (INI Aa? NY y 25% rd. prob. (with most) 
Imy. 1 3(° yon (Bae IDI, alarm, ef. Ct 6°); 

c. ace. IVS my step, stride y 18% ZZ 21. 
givest me firm footing and vigorous step, cf. 
WY 2); grange mouth, open it wide, c. by pers. 
against Is 574 ~ 357 (cf. Qal); without DY, as 
a young bird to receive food, fig., p81"; 
mvp) OINY Is54(|| MD MWD; YI 5c), cf. Hb2°. 


TAM a. [m., not £. Jb 36" Albr24W #1 as, 04 
Di Bu] breadth, broad expanse ;—abs. 1 Jb 
36° (opp. VW); pl. cstr. intens. NX 2N1 33% 
the broad expanse of earth. 

IM ,, 2.[m.] breadth, width; —’> abs. 
Ez42?+, estr. 1K 63+; sf. i209 Ex 254, ma 
Gn6" +, }297 Ez 42";—breadth, of land, +718 
= whole extent, expanse, Gn13"(J), so alone 
Ts 8°; 0% Jb 37"; fig. 32 7 largeness of 
understanding (like sand of sea-shore) 1 K 5°; 
breadth, = thickness, of wall 173 Ez 42"; elsewh. 
only in measurements width, breadth (Dt 3", 
PIO EZ 64. t. 2G 28 are ki 2s ti Olvorte: 
| TIS 1 K 72463 t., +70iP 6+ 14 +, +A 
+ Ez 40 2 Ch 3°; || 724P alone +1 K 777 Ez 40°): 
of buildings, ete, 1K 67°85 4 Hz ar) tae 
altar Ex 247!= 38', ark, 020, Gn6®, {8 Ex25” 
= 37}, etc.; of area, the YIP of Og Dt 3", the 
MON of land Ez45'*°° + ,, of court Ex 27218; 
of roll 5?; of curtain Ex 267°+, 

012 





Ama. 


etc.; of wall (1*P),=thickness, Ez 41° (cf. 42” 
supr.); of doorway 40" 417%, etc. 

1, a7 », 2dJ- wide, broad;—abs.1 Jb 30"; 
estr. 277 Pr 214+; fs. 027 Ex 3°+; estr. NaN) 
Gn347+; mpl. estr..291 Is 337;—wrde, broad, 
spacious, of land Ex 3°(J), Ne 9”, OR 2M, 
etc., Gn 3474-6 t., v. 1 Sd; OID Jbrr?° 
(of greatness of God, || {282 1378); T2072 as 
subst. ~ 119" in a wide, roomy, space (fig.); 
1 7B Jb 30 (sim.); of cup Ez 23” (in fig.; 
+POYN); of wall (=thick) Je 51°; specif., in 
Jerusalem (as n.pr.) 07 MINT Ne 3° 12°; fig. 
extensive, of work, undertaking, 7282, Ne 4” 
(+7279); of ’s commandment 119” (i.e. 
unlimited, measureless); 23.2 277 ro1* i.e. exul- 
tant, arrogant (|| D'Y723), so By ePrei 
(|| 7978); WH 207 Pr 28% ie. greedy (cf. 3m 
nb Ecclus 47°, in play on DY3M). 

fu. a) n.pr.f. harlot in Jericho ;—Jos 


218 617-32 (all JE); PaaB (so Heb 3" Jas 2”, but 
Mt 1° Paxaj). 


fisaiimgia,f, 02 oe aimotemn Zc oA lore 


aS acl, ses a) “broad sopen eplace, 
plaza (Lag? Ba %?1#) ;—1 abs. Gn 197+, 
estr. Juro’+, AM v% 2821"; sf. AIM Dt 
13” 55"; pl. abs. MANY Am 5%+, estr. id. 
Zc 8'+ (v. also M4347 n.pr., infr.); sf. 1377 
Is 15°+, etc.;—broad open place in city (usu. 
near gate, Ne 8166 2 Ch 32° Jb 297; || 40 Je 
5'+8t., 121 Pr 26%, DPW Ct 3°), for various 
private and public uses Gn 19’ (J), Ju rg" 
MotisVBoS 21? Bes ez 107 UeNets ms 
59" 55" Jb 29’, essential part of city Dn 
9”; for lamentations Am 5° Is15* Je 48%, 
1290 WY WE? WH YI Est 4° (cf. v4), 
cf. Je 9” 49% 50° La 2"? y 144", assemblies 
2 Ch 291 32° Ezr 10° (‘8 132 4), Ne 8}, pro- 
clamations Est 6°", speeches Pr 17°; social life 
Ze 8430 La ae Pr aa a cf. 2238 poe Ct Be 
“in Na 2° is appar. outside city (cf. As. rébzt 
Nind, etc.). 

7 iis EL) as ol n,pr. Paaf, Pow, etc.: 1. 


(cf. Lag?**") loc.: a. towards Hamath, 317) 
28 10° (GL Babpaad), 397 Nur3”(P);=7 M3 
q.v.p.112(alsoG15 14% Badewp, GL BaOpowft). 
b. 3h in Asher: (1) Jos 19% (P); (2) [perh.= 
(1)], v"(P), Ju 13, Levit. city Jos 21°°(P)= 
1 Ch6”; Egypt. Rahubu, N. of Kishon, WMM 
Asn. HOEIS 2 Oo msec Aral. name apes 
8°". pb. post-exilic Levite, 2177 Ne 10”, 


9382 aan 


c 


TAA n.pr.loc. 1. VY NA near 
Nineveh Gn 1o"(J), rijv PowBws[ 6] rok; D1 
Pa26l of As. rébit Nind, but v. COTS, 2, 
nian, name of well Gn 26” (J), Etpuyepia (cf. 
interpr. v”); Palmer Pf identif. with er- 
Ruhaibeh (in Wady R.) c. 45 m. SW. of Hebron, 
IN; of Mates 3.1930 9, home of a king 
of Edom Gn 36” (P)=1Ch1*, PowBwd ris mapa 
rrotapdv, P. rod morapov (i.e. on Euphrates ? here 
improb.; ‘conj.in Di Holz WkI°"s2@ 

Ta)aam n.pr.m. son of Eliezer and 
grandson of Moses: M307 1 Ch 23” (PaaBia) - 
=)- 26” (Pa(a)Bias, GL Aa), appar. also 
24371 (PaaBia, ABua). 

OYAM jg M-PY-m. Rehoboam (word-play 
on 3m Ecclus a5) ;—king of Judah, son of 
Solomon; PoSoap: 1K 11" 12!*°+16t. 1K 12, 
14,+15°|| 2Ch 9% 10!*5+ a7 ¢. 2 Chio0, 11,22, 
+1377; also 1 Ch 3”, 

Tama n.{m.] broad, roomy, place ;— 
abs. ’, of pasture Ho 4° (in sim.); fig. of free- 
dom from distress and anxiety 2S 22° =y18”, 
W 31° 118° (MT estr. in 1391 spacious place of 
Yah, i.e. extraordinarily spacious, < 7) AN, 
i being subj. of vb.); pl. estr. /IS ANN) Hb 1° 
expanses of the earth. 

rt) (of foll.; mng. unknown; NH= 
BH; Ar. = handmill (cf. Wetzst °° 4*V sv 
as). 4). Aram, SY, frase ; Lag®§ 197 Ba X®2,2+), 

TiAm] n./m.], only du. O%X 7 (hand-)mill 

prob. = two mill-stones);—’9 abs., common 
household utensil, turned by maids, Ex 11° 
(Bx; J), female slaves Is 47' (c. [00, q.v.); 
a job Nurzr8(J); 2331 7 Dt 24° (v. 355); 
- Sin as sound of family life Je 25”. 
VOT Ct 1” Kt, v. [D1] sub yan. 
OMA Nev wala: 


OA (Vof foll.; mng.?; ef. NH bm (pl. 
pm, mi_), Ar. Jo, fs), Aram. NPM, all 
ewe; cf. perh. As. lahru (transp.; vid. on 27). 

ce bm n.f.°™7 ewe ;—abs. 4 Is 537 (in 
sim,, || MY); pl. O27) Gng2" (E; +BY, DN), 
Ct 6° (in sim.); sf. JY) P27 Gn 31°8(E). 

II. Pane n. pr. f. (crve, RS**");—Rachel, 


Paxnd, daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob: 
Gn BQ ee eS 36 1 Gn (JE ar tr, P 6 t.), 


orn 


$C 35" (TE), 18 10% (ch ANY 1, 
Pos; Om sitenvid: Dra UP Beshys. > (in fig.) 
Je 31”; 9 Ru 4" (in sim.). 

1. OF) (Wof foll.; orig. meaning dub.; 
Thes be soft, so Gerber, cp. Ar. as be soft, 
gentle (but é orig. cons.!); D1¥W8> be wide s 
cf. As. rimu, rému, Ar. 45, NH Of), Aram. 
NOM), fraud, all womb; MI" nom _ female 
captives; ybs. (connexion with O17) not wholly 
Pleamnch, NOG TEE’ yD): As. rdmu, 
love, compassionate, Ar. >) have compassion, 
also | >) be inclined toward, affectionate to 
(= e2y ace. to Ar. authorities, vy. Lane); Sab. 
epith. dei jm Compassionate (= Ar. eee? 
Troms = Well AEG CX.22 who ep, epith, BAA 
id.; cf. NH 0% Pi.; Thes cp. Eth. avahd: 
(transp.) have compassion, but v. Prit®’S*” 
and reff.; Aram. 597, p23, Palm. om, all love 
(common); Nab. Palm. on Sriend). 

: Hiateiny om n.m.7°°" womb (f. Je 20”, 

unless 11 a noun, cf. Albr74¥*#! S8);— 
abs. 1 Gn 2084, O02 Ju 5%, Dn) Je2o"%+, 
DM) Gn 49%+; cstr. pm ING 12 tJ is oe st. 
MON Gn 297+, NDT] Je2zo™ (Gesi**; >f. 
abs. Ko**); du. DWN] Ju 5°;—1. womb, 
Gn49”(J) Je 20” Jb 24”; ON i.e. from birth 
Je 20" 22" 58* Jb 3" (210), Is 46°, fig. py 110°; 
on72 Jb31”; WS go forth from womb 
muepicth Jer 20° Jb 38°, cf.10"; BX > Nu 
r2”(E); 1 nnb open the womb, in order to 
childbirth Gn 29 307 (JE); O87 nppmba all 
that first opens womb (of men and animals) 
ogee ead (1 NwiS?(P)\ lz20"; > 4b5 
Nu 3” (P), 7 93 N28 Nu 8%; “9 55 -wp Ex 
137(P); on the other hand, bowing MeL Oie 
miscarrying womb; ‘XY Pr 30° restraint 
(i.e. barrenness) of womb (so 107% Perles 
Anal. 85) - / TY2 WY (of God) Gn 20% (KH); 72D 
\ (aya) 181°, preventing childbirth. a 
womb-man, woman-slave: ONN OO Ju 5° 
a woman, two women. 

Town n.m.’°** abs. pl. intens. com- 
passion (ace. to many denom. from O71), orig. 
brotherhood, brotherly feeling, of those born 
from same womb, v. No 2M6* 886), 151 (ret ¥. 92) We 
GGN 1693, 475 Gerber!, or motherly feeling Ko" 
1) ;—abs. “9 Gn 43%+; cstr."202 Pri2”; sf. 
107 La 3” (Baer Gi; van d. H.Qr, Kt 10m), 
28 24" Qr (>Kt wm), etc.;—1. compassion: 


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am 


usu. of God Is 63°" 77" 79% 119” Zor Dn 9? 
Neo@s cob a 25 24° —=7Chaihs Negus. 


| rr9% Dn g®; pvr Is 5.47; || 10n ¥ 40” 103! 


Ho 27 Je 16°; npn y 25%; FONT TID yer? 
69"; c. by rei 145°; 5/9 yny Dé 138 Je 42"; 
m5 x5 La a ae OF mane nn we) Prone 
9 ney Ze 7%; 382 9B? 1D} Gn 43" (R); 4n3 
"IBD bb 1K 8 Ne 1” Dn 1? wy 106%, cf. 2 Ch 
30's 5/1 py Is47% O8 922 Gn 43° (J) 
C. by Boas 


S; 


tfam] vb. denom. love. Pi. have com- 
passion ;—Qal Jmpf. 18. sf. JOOS y 18? [love 
thee (perhaps gloss; v. not in || 28 227; HiCh 
SS Gerber read JOON). Pi. Pf 3 ms. O77 
103"%+; sf. JOO consec. Dt 13%, ete.; Zmpf. 
3 ms. OFM Iso%+3 sf. WNW Is 55%, etc.; Inf. 
abs. O17) Je31” Hb 3”; estr. O71 Is 49” y103"; 
sf, DTI Is 30%; Pt. DIM y 116°, etc.;—have 
compassion, compassionate ; —1. usu. of God : 
ce. ace, of his people, Ex 33'°°(J) Dt 13" 30° 
2K 13% Is 9% 141 24" 308 4o'8 2410 pei 661 
Je T2! 200 Ola aout Ez 39” Ho poe 28-28 Mi yi? 
AGE * TO Pron) acs by 103"; abs. Je r3'* Hb 
3’ 116° La3”. 2. of man, usu. a conqueror: 
c.acc.1 K 8° Je42”; abs. 6% 217 50%; elsewhere 
of children, c. acc. [913% 49”; c. by Pp 103". 
Pu. Ly 3 fg, mon) Ho 2328 (Gest *™ Ko i, 770) «__ 
Impf. 3 ms.097" Ho14*; DN)! Pr 28"; be shewn 
compassion, compassionated : of orphans Ho 
14‘; children of Israel wife of Yahweh 2*” (cf. 
a-y 1°, p. 520); penitent sinner Pr 28", 


Torn adj. compassionate ;—always of 
God: DT1 ON Dt 4, MM 9 Ex 34° (J)=y86" 
TO3°;) Javers 1) alte on 30 Neg?) lo 21 
Jon 47 ywUtt 1122145 oo Nini 73°. 

T pga] adj. ia.;—pl. f nem ows 
La 4" compassionate women. 

TOM n.pr.m. (giri(-like)!);—in Judah, 
1 Ch 2“; Payee, A Paep, @L Paap. 


man in 18? D.prls Veep 520 


TOWN, OM u.pr.m. (compassion, or 
softness, gentleness ?);— post-exilic name: 1. 
with Zerub.: a. OF Ezr 27, A Ipeouw, GL 
Naovp (=D) || Ne 7‘). b. priest, O17 Ner2° 
Peovja (== OT ye get. 7 = Kar 20 War rome ve 
D1 3a). 2, DIN, with Neh.: a. Levite Ne3”, 
Bacovd, SAGL Paoup. b. Nero”, Pa[e Joup. 


orm 


Porm 2 n.pr.m. (may he be compassion- 
ated ; ae Lag?) ;—1. father of Elkanah, 
grandf, of ea Mah eratee TS 1? (lepepe[e]na, 
A lepoap) ; Levies © Ol oy (Idaep, Haaa ; 
IepoBoap, lepeau; GLilepapand). 2. Benjamites: 
ol Ch 8% Ipaap, etc. (appar. = in}! vY)aiebs 
9%, & id. (=a). 3. priests: a. 1 Ch 9”, 
ife\pan etc. b. Nerz™,I(e)poap. &. father 
of a hero of David 1Ch12° (van d. H. v’), Paap, 
A GL lepoau. 5. Danite 1 Ch 27”, Iwpay 
(GL as 4). 6. father of a captain with 
Jehoiada, 2 Ch 23', Iwpap. 


t Syn n.pr.m. (may El have com- 
passion) lepapend, etc.;—1. name in Judah 1Ch 


29-9-26.27-33.42 (cf adj. gent. foll.). 2. son of 
king Jehoiakim Je36”%. 3. Levite, 1Ch 24”. 


isbyan adj.gent. (earlier than fore- 
going ; as tribal name bef. n. pr.m. [For radical 
view of relations of ‘7, (with many text. 
emendations), v. Che" ®- JF#acm.) »__57)_ ag 
subst. coll. “17 332 1827" the Negeb of the 
Yerahmeelites (in 8. Judah), (vdrov) Tecpeya, A 


aE “IY 30”, rod Iopanh, 
Prop. N. a ee) 


Iopapnrer, GL Acppor ; 
A lepapnder (cf. 1 supr., and Gray 


11. DIT) (of foll.; cf. Ar. 


n. unit. acd). 


- 


>) vulture ; 


72» 


Tom n.[{m. | carrion-vulture ;—abs. ” 

Ly 118 (Sam. mon; so perh. read) = mona 

|| Dt 147 (on accent v. Dr; cf. Ges*™*), 
trom n.{m.]id.; Dt 14”, v. foregoing. 
qm) (appar. V of foll.; meaning dubious). 

THIN npr. [m.1 £.7] child of Caleb 
1 Ch 2%; Oapap, A Capxva, GL Oapaava. 

TAL. AT] vb. grow soft, relax (cf. Ate 
LS) be soft);—Qal Pf. 3 pl.%5M Je 23° (bones 
of one appalled). 

TIL FT) vb. Pi. hover (NH id, cf. 


Griinbaum 2¥¢ 3 08). 67. Sv, Pa, @25 move 
gently, also cherish, and brood, cf. Thes*; con- 
nexion with I." dub.) ;—Pi. Impf. 3 ms. 7! 
Dy Dt 321! (poem) of vulture hovering over 
young ; P¢, DY97 B"by NAN’ 1 Gn 1°(P); 

hovering over "face of waters, or perh. (v. Syr.) 
brooding (and fertilizing), so Jer Ques m Gen.ed-Las. 4 


(reading ‘ marahaefeth’), cf. Di Gunk. 
ym is vb. wash, wash off, away, bathe 
(NH=BH; Ar. U25, (also of garments); Eth. 


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pm 


ChBd:, Aho: sweat; cf. As. rahdsu, overflow, 
flood (on h =e vy. NG 2MG x1 C2886), “));—Qal a 
Pf. 3 ms. “1 Is 4*+, etc.; Impf. 3 ms. YON 
Dt 23”"+etc.; Jmv. ms. #1 28 17° 2 K 5%; 
mpl. 3ST Gn 18*+; Jnf. estr. rm Gn 24h bs 
nym Ex Ole eres: nym 29 Lae 
miso Cts ltrans. wash (with water), 
c. ace. feet (nv537 ; pve oft. expr.), Gn 18* 19? 
a4” 43” (all J), Juio" 15 25. 2a Clee 
yWIT OIA MVE) y 58" (fig. of righteous, at 
’’s vengeance); c.acc, hands (B°7) Dt 21° (+ by 
over, in ceremonial, to express innocence), hence 
fig. {)P22 “BD 7S y 26°73"; hands and feet Ex 
30! (+ 1D of laver), v7! 40%! (4 } zd. all P); 
c. acc. face (138) Gn 43" (J); ¢. ace. pers. Hz 16° 
Ex 29! 40” Ly 8° (all P), ace. 2 (oft. || D3 of 
garments), Lv 14° 15"%+9 t. P(H); c.-ace. of 
parts of sacrificial victim Ex 29" Ly 1°" 87! 9%; 
wash off, away, c. ace. of filth Is 4* (fig.). 2. 
ee wash, Case (oneself): Ex 2°(E), 28 


Lie 121 K eee Kee let 23% (45 
pers. for whom), Ru 3° Lv 14*+ 14 t. P (oft. 
|| pa5); +3 of laver 2Ch 4°; of eyes, bathed 
in milk (2973) Ct 5” (fig.); Th 29° (fig.), v. WOH. 
+ Pu. Pf. 3 ms. YI) Pr 30” be washed ( +} of 
filth, fig. )si2 fs, ns Nd p22 Kz 164 (in fig.). 
+Hithp. Pfr s. aby wpa ‘AYDINA Tb 9” if 
I washed oe im snow (fig.). 


iF [yoA] a [m.] washing, fig.;—only sf. in 
*¥IT] YD 60" Moab is my wash-pot= 108". - 

THEM nf. id., lit.; 777) PY, of sheep, 
Ct 4° 6° (in sim.). 

tT pm) vb. be, or become, far, distant 
(NH= BH; As. esp. adj. rdku, far; cf. Ar. 


Gx) choice wine (i.e. from a distance) Fra”; 

Eth. Cech: be far, Sab. pr CIS ns 8: hear 
PN, PN, and (oft. in der. spec. nih deriv.) 
2.55) ; —Qal Pf. 3 ms.’0 Is59° Lar”, ete; 

Impf. 3 ms. PI Dt 127!+, ete.; Lmy. fs. ‘om 
Is 54", mpl. M1 Ez 11” < Pf. PN) Ra Hi Sm 
Co Toy Krae ; Inf estr. Py 103" Ec 3°, mene 
Ez 8°;— be Far distant: c. | pers., of place 
Dt eo 14”, of pers., neglect, abandon, Pr19/, 
esp. In Wp, of “, y 22%"? (jD pers. om.), 35” 387 
71; of utter absence, or non-existence La 1”, 
ef. Is 49! (abs.), subj. justice Is 59° (opp. *#7), 
ef. v" (|| M8), subj. blessing ~ 109"; subj. NY 
Dyw Tb 21 2238: ¢, by pers. (’*), of Isr. (fig.) 
Je 2°, cf. Ez 44°; =far from (land of) 11% 
(v.supr.; Krae ins. 728); c. by loc. Ez8° (of), 


pm 


}© loc. (E. from W.) # 103”; c, } rei (fig.): 
FINA 119" (opp. ap); VW Ibs¥, pyyy Is 
54", cf. Pr 22°; =wholly abstain from Ex 23° 
(E), so (2 inf.) Ec 3°; abs. of *’s righteousness, 
with ref. to time Is 46% (|| InN; opp. 39p).— 
Pn-PAY Mi 7" boundary shall become distant, 
i.e. territory be enlarged (? crpt., cf. We Now); 
Dan Dan PN Kt Ee 12° be removed? Qr pny 
be joined? & dvarpang, B rumpatur, cf. ©, rd. 
prob, PN3? Pfannk Thes Ew De Siegf Buhl™. 
Pi. Pf. 3 ms. PM Is 6”, of %, send far away, 
acc. pers.; of people, 7 425 20S: fmol aes 
2 ms. APT) 26” thow hast far extended (c. acc.) 
all the ends (boundaries) of the land; Impf. 
3 mpl. DTN PN Kz 43°. Hiph. Pf 3 ms. 
PM Jb 19% ~ 103", 1s. sf. DAPI Ez 11%, 
ete.; Impf. 3 ms. sf. 732 Pr 22”, 2 ms. PYNA 
Jb 22”, etc.; Jmv. ms. PIN Pr 4*+2 t., PAI 
Jb 137 sf. snp ne, rx; Inf. abs. PIO: Ga 
21%+, cstr. PI Je 27", sf. OPI Jo 4°;— 
1. dir. caus. make, or exhibit, distance, be gone 
far, subj. pers.: Gn 44*(J), c. I? loc. Jos8* (JE), 
Jur8”; sq. inf. estr. n32? mn ND PIIIEx 8"(J), 
cf. 155°; Inf. abs. as adv.= at a distance Gn 
211°(E), ¢. {2 loc. Ex 337 (E), Jos 3% (JE; 0 
f2 kD, Qr; > Kt 2 for jp). 2. indir. caus. 
remove, put far away, ¢. acc. pers. + PY) of land 
Je 27, cf. Jo 4°,+ by pers. Jb 19” and (ace. 
*15¥I) Jo2™, +I) pers.88°; + O43 Ez 11"; 
6. acc. na + Syn pers. Jb 1374, c. ace. FI +2. 
Pr5°; c. acc. of sin+ } pers. 44% Jb 11 (}9 pers. 
om.); Pr 22” 30° 103”; +19 loc. Jb 22%. 


t [em] adj.verb,removing,departing ;— 


pl. sf., as subst., JPM y 73” those departing 
from thee (i.e. from ’). 

Tpm, Pim adj. distant, far, et n.m.’**4 
distance (Lag?*™);—abs. pnd Ex 2t+, pind 
Ez 62+; fs. WP Dt 30%+, PINT Jos 9° +; 
mpl. DAT Dt 13°+, ete. fpl. abs. npn) Je 
48%4, etc.;—oft. opp. 272: 1. adj. a. of 
space: distant, land Jos 9** (+781), Dt 29” 
I K 941-46 — 2 Ch Ge 2 K 204=—Ts 39°, = DSN 
Ts 66+ perh. w 65° (Che We read D8 for 2}; 
Weir in Che 043; MT makes "=distant ones, 
people); c. I) pers., of peoples Jos 9” (JE), Ju 
187, persons Ez 22° Ne 4% Pris” (’, fig.), of. 
Je 12° (éd.), cities Dt 20”, so (}? loc.) Ju 18; 
abs. of people Jo 4%, persons Is 33% 57" Je 25” 
Ez 6” Zc 6" Pr 27 Dn 9g’ Est 9”, cities Je 48”, 
trees W 56! (title; v. 72 ad fin., p. 401), of 
distant journey Nug™(P); fig., PIN] pred. 


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Am 


(indef.) Ec 7%, of “’s M¥2 Dt 307; c. f19 pers. 
(i.e. absent from, lacking to), of salvation 
y 119’, wisdom Ee 7”; of pers. c. {2 of act 
or quality Is 46” 227; of price, c. {!) comp.= 
far beyond Pr 31”. b. of time: NPM nnyp 
Ezr2”%. 2. n.m,always sing.: a. of space: 
distance Jos 3*(D); elsewhere c. prep.: (1) 
from a distance, c. verbs implying motion, 
physical or mental: look Gn 24*(E) 378 (J) 
Jb 2” 36”; bring Dt 28% Is 43° 60°, cf. Je 4677; 
come Is 49” 60 Hb 1°; hear Is 49'; smell Jb 
39”; remember Je51°°; understand W139’; 
prob. also worship Ex 24*(J); (2) "2 at a dis- 
tance: (tic) lix2” (it) 20r ais Gilg); 
1§ 26% 2K 27 Is 5* 594 fb 38", cf. 70 TON Je 
23% a God afar off (on estr. cf. Ges5*; <read 
5 onbs Gie, cf. ©); (3) to a distance (}? 
1c) Is22° 23’ Pry”; (4) ata distance p10'; 
TY to a distance Mi 4°; also c. two prepp.: 
(5) 729 from (12 9b), Jb 36° 39”; (6) EW 
(11.19 I. 1a) to a distance Is 57°+Ne12% 
van d. H. (1¥ om. Baer Gi); even (7) mig“ 
(3Y IIL.) 2Ch 26” Ezr3™.  b. of time, “VW long 
ago Is 22", c. noun=ancient, of long standing 
25s 192 long ago 2K 19”=I1s 37”; from afar 
2d = Chay 

tpov n.m. distant place, distance ;— 
abs. 19 Is ro ++, POW? y138%; pl. PAW Ze 10%, 
2 Is 33% Je 8, estr. “POV Is 8°; —distant 
place, far country Is 8° Zc 10°; often c. PIS: 
PH2(77) ’*S land of distance, distant land Is 13° 
46" Je 4° 6” Pr 25”, so c. pl pypnip “x Je 8%, 
land of distances, i.e. of wide extent, Is 33"; 
"2 from far Is 10° 307 Je5 Ez 23” Pr 31"; 
fig. 7 138°; “1D at a distance Je 31", to a dis- 
tance Is148.—’BI MS vy. p. 112. 


tw vb. keep moving, stir (N H str, 
move, eSp. of lips in speech, also, in expl. of 
nvinin, of stewing, boiling; Aram. UT), a3, 
aud, creep, move, flutter, ass reptile) ;—Qal 
Pf. 3 ms, AID 1353 15 9 p45? is astir. 

Towana n.f. stew-pan, sauce-pan (so 
NH; v. esp. Levy "2"? > and ef. NH WinIId 
mseatoa), 7p NOD Ly 27,93 Mya (AYP 7° 

Tam n.[f.] winnowing-shovel, or the 
like ( VY unknown ; Thes fr. AN=ventilabrum, 
ef NG 2MG =! C5). 723 Wetzet in Deter? fanny 
= 55) be soft, loose, friable, etc., cf. Ko"? ; 


NH=BH, Ar. ES is prob. loan-wd. Noé"*) — 
ma 72 TH Is 30%, 


ao) 
T[30"), Da Lag®%*"| vb. be moist 


(NH id.; As. ritiben II, motsten ; Ar. nes 
Eth. 2": Aram. 30), adi, all be vee) — 
Qal Zmpf. 3 ms. 1307) man DIY Ib 24°. 


T a5 adj. moist, juicy, fresh ;—NiI0 
eininged Th 8°, 


T [17] vb. (dub.) wring out (NH=BH 
(si vera 1, v. Levy “#¥?*-4 and reff.));—Qal 
Impf. 3 ms. sf.°207 Jb 16" upon the hands of 


wicked men he wrings me out, but read prob. 
Ms 1) (Di Bu Du al.), q. v. 


tt") (Aram. 00) tremble, rare, der. spec.). 
Tow n./m.]| trembling, panic (Baguease 


K6"1") ;—abs. MPN Je 49% she hath seized 
panic, but <MP IN (Gie), panic hath seized her. 


TWD) vb. quadril. intrans. grow 
fresh (Ges! %- si vera l.,transp. wa [expanded 
from WEY be wide, loose, delicate, cf. esp. As. 
tapas, bejat wim! ?* bras | sc alin 
NYE fatty y membrane, Syr. JxaSzJ PS" thin 
flesh: Ar. (5 3b be convalescent; but ‘9 perh. 
not orig.);—Pf. pass. Wid Ya VED Th 33% 
his flesh hath grown fresher than, etc. ; rd. perh. 
won Altschiiller”4¥ 705.) yinyy Bi Bu cf. Du, 


T [Wo] vb. Pi. dash in pieces (cf. X 
wD cast away, reject; but possibly akin to 
wid 5) ; — Pi. Impf, 2 ms. UO 2 K 8” their 
children thou wilt dash in pieces; 3 fpl. NiNYP 
nyvwIA HY) Is 138, but prob. erpt., Du conj. 
AWA NY, cf. Che. Pu. Pf. 3 fs. “oy oY 

nena D2 ne zOl ae 3 mpl. WI Ts 1318 
Na 3°, wu Ho 14}, all of children. 


pala aa ee 


eT. ty) [No ZMG xxxvii (1888), 530, 534 1 eg S7P] vb. 


strive, contend (cf. Ar, ol) (2) agitate (the 
mind), 3) ~ disquiet; cf. Ala Syr. ey) cry, 
shout, Aph. also quarrel noisily, {S05 shouting, 
clamour (v. Né"*); on Sab. n.pr. N= Ar. Gly 
v. DHM”-"*) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 3) Juri? 18 
25%; 2 ms. 921 La3®, M3 Jb 398, etc.; 5 Imp. 
3 ms. 3"7' Ju 64, juss. 1 Ho 4! 18 aD a} 
(iayid Ju om pee a) Gn 31% 4; 2 ms. 20N Pr 

ge KGa a es x 3 ‘mpl. ja’)! Ex 21, etce.; Imv. 
fi a") Mi 6! Pr 25°, 13 W 35)4, eet aa”) 
Is 2” Ho 24s/Jnfabs.aia Jur) Jb Zo. 
3") Je 50% (Ges884K6! "Ba X®™) ; este. 31 Is 3% 


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4 


Jbo?+Juz1™ Qr (Kt 39), 4) Am7‘ Pr25'; Pt. 
A Is19” + ;—strive: 1.involving bodily strug- 
ele Ex 21'* (se. one with another; E);. public 
hostilities, iD 21:1! Dt 33’ (with) his hands he 
strove for it, ¢. by ‘of Israel, 22 30 Ju aa 
(|| pnp). 2. with words, c. 3 pers. Gn am 
(E), Ex 177* (J) Ju 6”, so (in fig.) Ho 24 ef. v*; 
oft.=quarrel, c. DY pers., Gn 26” Ex 17” Nu 
20° (all J), Ne 13”; subj. God Jb 9® 13” 23°; 
also 407 (DY of God; on inf. abs. v. Ges*™*°), in 
gen. Pr3™; c. NN pers. Ju 8! Ne 5713", subj.% 
Is 49% (cf. 1. A") infr.), 35? (|| pn); NS of 4 
Is 45° (pt. one striving), Nu 20%(P); c. oY rei 
Gn 267; abs. = find fault Ho 4* (|| M34n). 
Esp. 3. conduct a (legal) case, suit, usu. fig., 
 sabj.; Is 3% ([IP), 57°°(lF82), 103° (83 
[AS]), cf. Ua a> sop Am 74; ©. ace. pers. with 
whom (unfriendly sense), Jb 107 Is 27°; c¢. ace. 
cogn. 2") in good sense, =take one’s part, 18 
24'°(Gi; v'° van d. H. Baer; || D5), Miy? Je 
50% (BITS a A, inf. oun == Inf. "abs: We 
supr.), eet np), La 388 Pr 227 43} (459; 
|| DEY), rr9™ (4 5x2), also 74” (God, his own 
cause); +1 pers. against whom 18 25” (of 
vengeance); +N pers. against whom Pr 23", 
<0 (without acc. cogn.) Is 50° Je 2°°; cf. “TN 
on Mi6* (IL. M8 1c; G apés, whente We 
Now =O in the presence of, but on DN a") vy. 4); 
5 =plead, c. 5 pers. for whom Ju 65"! Jb 138, 
c. acc. pers. for whom Is1™, of God 51”, cf. 
Dt 33° (obscure, v. Dr); of human disputes Pr 
25°, YINY VII ve. &. =make complaint, 

® pers. unto and against whom Ju 21” Je 
2% 12' Jb33%. wHiph, Pe. sf D7 So aeeke 
(Qr YD), i.e. (those) displaying contention 
against him (’»), cf. pl.estr. {79 °2122 221 Ho 
4‘, obscure ; RSP? 465 31D thy people have re- 
belled against me, O priest / BeckWii We GASm 
1230 W22B WY) (D7 as voc., and [by some] 
joined to vy): Hermann §* 159.516 / 37D PY, 
cf, Oort (120); Ruben O* Bem. adloe. “a5 Ti09 ‘YI, 
so Now.—1}*1 1S 15° v. N Hiph. 

4, n.m,.">” strife, dispute ;—abs. 1 
Cie. ae 2) Ex23?+; cstr. 3 1477+; sf.°a 
182464, D372 Jb317 (or inf.2), etc.; pl. na 
Dt 173; estr. 2") 28 224424, MA ah 13°;— 
strife, quarrel: +1. in words, Ex17’ (J), Dt 1”, 
about paeaee Gn137 (J; =" v'), in gen. 
Prig%iy% 20° 26%" 20% +. 1D Geo 
NY Pr x7}; fig. MOYY Tb 33% Kt(Qr an, 
i.e. 2 q. v.); rise 31°, cf. Is 58! Pr 18°; 


S54 


“VS Je 15 (+ $100 8), $2. of public hos- 
tilities 2 S 22%= 18, cf. 7 WN Jur2?, WIS 
21 Is 41"; || DON p55”. f.,, esp. dispute, 
pire, case at law: Ex 237*°(K), Dt 21° 
(+922), 25° 2 815° (|| DEY), + 10 t., + (of) 
Hom yre) Mi 677 Je 25°) Ez 44" La 3°; as acc. 
cogn., case, cause Mi7*® Je 50%+4 8 t. (v. V/ 8), 
an NED 21 1825, wD) 27 La 3%; nan 127 
Dt 17° matters of controversy ; “1 19" dispute as 
to guilt; "27 WS Jb 31%=accuser. +4. plea: 
Pr 18%, ‘NY Ni Ib 13° pleadings of my lips. 

Ta n.pr.m. in Benj., 28 23” (PeBa, Epi3a) 
=1 Chi (PeBie, PyBat, PiBar, etc.); ef. °2", 

Tay n.m. epith. of Assyrian king (prop., 
si vera l., vb,= let him contend, or (one who) 
contends) ;—only ” 20 Hos 10% Mees Les Une 
VAM Se EC > prope 2 ‘0D (*- old nom. 
sermin,) = As. sarru. rabbu ; Che S2ets*ov.207.868 
pale abn; Chee ee conj.2a10 35, Arabian 
king; cf., further, Comm.,Schr°°® #41-J A Selbie 
Hastings DB, Stans and reff, 

Ti [ann] n.[/m.] opponent, adversary 
(Ges’**) ;—sf. (of Zion), 72" Is 49% (G 72%, 
so Du); of. pl. sf. ‘2% 4 35° (\| 2M); of per- 
sonal opponent, ‘2! Je 18° (G °2"), so Gie). 

fit. 21) n.pr.m. (he contendeth or taketh 
(our) part, conducteth (our) case ; cf. Sab. 3° 
Hal) ;—1. son of Simeon 1 Ch 4”, Iapeu[p, 8), 
=fP>\i1,v.sub}i2. 2. post-ex. names, Iapew[ A], 
etc.: a. Ezr 8", perhaps=b. ro”. 


t [P2779] n.pr.m. a hero of David (OAram. 


Beit Calo Pas) || Ag. Tribai); —c.1, 21 Ch 
11°, IapBer, GL laperB. 


fi. TI) n.£. strife, contention ;—abs. 
“i, of quarrel between herdsmen Gn13°(J); estr. 


NIYI NIV), of people’s strife with Moses at 
Kadesh Nu ay (2) eeteti, O12. 

fi. MI) n.pr-loc. (place of strife) ;— 
1. at Rephidim, 1 1B Ex 17’ (J), Aowddpyors. 
2. at Kadesh, esp. in 12D ) water of M. 
(G vdap artidoylas) Dt 33° Nu 20" (P) y 818 
106”, also - vdwp Tis Aowopias, GL as above) 
Nu 20% (P); 0 estr. in WIP NIN * (G vdop 
dvridoyias [év] Kadys) Nu onl Dt 32°) (both P), 
and (G Bdwp BaptpwO Kadys) Ez 48%; so nia . 
‘D 47° (G dep Mapped Kadns); Dt 33° v. wrap 
ad fin. ; 12°) alone, only 95° (napamixpacds ; 
NBD BMY, 


937 


p) 


bya , prem. name given to Gideon 
(ace. to Ju 6%, where expl. as let Baal contend 
(cf. Dr?5** K6"* 7): Tmpf. 219 not elsewhere 
[yet ann Pr 3% Kt, and Inf. estr. an Ju 21% 
Kt], hence We*™* sei as= YI, V/ nm, cf. 
byt, byes ‘(p.436b),so GEM" Bu!" Now! ");— 
Ju 6m Wh Q29. 39 9 aS te 9 (y3- Og 4); I S ral; 
=nvan T2m it Ave nwa 2, sub W3); IepoBaar 
(usu.; ;so@LrS12"28r tiers G* lepoBoap). 
—byo)", v. a3. 


tneay 28117 v. foregoing. 


tbya 3179 n.pr.m. (Baal is (our, my, his) 
advocate (‘), cf. Nes 2120 Dy?2844, ; but Gray? 
1 thinks 5y2 ‘1 orig. form=hero of ent y — 
1. son of Jonathan 1 Ch 8%, Oya Seve, Os 
2y2- (err. 1) v° = NY (later change, v 
nya eal v3) 2S 4'9 6.6.10.11.12.12.13 1614 Ig": 31 9 1’, 
NVIBYD 16% (called bia); @ in 2S Meppe- 
Boobe, in t Ch (usu.) MepiBaar 3; GL MepdiBaar 
in 2S (exc. 4! etc., where notin). 2. NWabD 
son of Saul and Rispah, ace. to 28 215, G 
(incl. GL) MepdiBoode, 

Tioga levee Mice te Vave ON 

[yor] v. ir. Yi sub ayn, YA v. yn. 

= (v of following; meaning unknown). 


TU72q] n./f.] dub.; some grain or fruit 
such as was spread out to dry (2 8), and 
also pounded (Pr); 87° as if drying barley- 
groats, GL waddéas, cakes of preserved frutt, 
ef. preparation of ‘apricot-cheese’ Wetzst 


ZPV xv.2 NegMare-18 who cites also Almkvist 
Kl, Beitr. zur Lexicogr. des Yule. Ar. Actes, a) ;—pl. abs. nip 


29817, MiB Pr 24”, 

Tp n.pr.gent. ‘son’ of Gomer (of 
Japhet) ;—Gn 10° (P; > || 1 Ch 1° NS" q.v.); 
Joseph. makes= Paphlagonians ; Bo Lag%*:4>?- 
53 cp. river “PBas (Arrian?"?™*) — Rhebas 
(Plin“**), on Thracian Bosphorus, but v. Di. 


TP] vb. Hiph. make empty, empty 


out (Ar. 3\) («) pour out, forth, intrans. (of 
water, blood, etc.); Aram. P) empty, pour, 
95 in deriv.; As. réku, empty) ; —Pf.ts. Pn 
Lv 26% Mal ‘30; 3 pl. PA Hz 287 301; Impf. 
S inser pe. Hb 1 pr Gn 14" (but v. infr.) ; 

Imv. ms. PI. 35°; Inf. estr. PI Is 32°; Pet. 
pl. Op") Gn 42” Ze 4%;—1. empty vessels 
Gn 42° (E) Je 48"; keep empty, 297 W532 prinp 


pm 


Ts 32° (i.e. keep hungry). 2. pour out or 
down, rain Mal 3° Ec 11°, oil Ze 4”. 3. empty 
out (i.e. draw) sword (cf. As. kakké cttabbaku 
[pass.], DI#¥? >) Ex 15°(poem), Lv 26% (H), 
Ez 57? 12" 287 301; prob. also Hb 1” (139n for 
join Gie We Now); of lance py 35°; cf. (si vera 
1.) pas pay Gn14" (R) led forth, <Sam. PTY 
(Aram. P11 Aph. look) i.e. mustered & cf. Di 
al., 3pp") Ball.—In y 18% @ © Hup-Now Bae 
rd. D27N; so || 28228 MT; but De Dr< OPS 
(v.ppt). Hoph. be emptied out from vessel: Pf. 
3ms. P17 Je 48"; Impf. 2 ms. PAA Ct 1 (al. 
3 fs.; of ointment, in sim.); cf. also Am 6°, 
where Oort *21 for PW). 

T [pn jp) adj. empty, vain ;—m. abs. 
Pl Gn 37%+42 t.; £02) Ez 24" Is 29°; mpl. 
op Juye+; fpl. nip Gn 417;— 1. 
empty, of vessels 2 K 4° Ju 7" Ez 24" +(prob.) 
Jo1g* (NP for BY), 51% (PM for PY); 
of pit Gn 37% (J), lap Ne5”, ears of grain 
Gn 417 (E; nipt v°724); iwb2 MPI Is 29° 
(cites 2°14/ 71). 2. empty, idle, worthless, 
ethically ; psp DIN worthless fellows Ju 9* 
11° 2 Ch 13’, so D'715 alone (as subst.) 2S 6”; 
Dp") 7) Prr2” AV RV of persons; <vain, 
unprofitable things, 28 (v. Toy); ft) 77123 Dt 
32” (D) a thing too empty (of significance) for 
you; +(prob.) y43(P"2 for MT Pp") love an empty 
thing (|| 31D), of abortive course of action. 

Tp n./m.]| emptiness, vanity ;-—chiefly 
in ady. phr. Pp Is 49° Jb 39% in vain (of labour 
without benefit), so ‘ap, Ly 26"(H), Is65”; and 
as adv.acc. P"? Is 30’ f 73”, prob. also 2" (most 
=empty scheme as P™) 2) cf. 4°(rd. prob. P'2); 
Py) "72 Je 51°°= Hb 2° —Je 51% v. P'l 1. 

if Dp") adv. emptily, vainly; —1. in 
empty condition, empty = with empty hands; 
c. vb. of sending Gn 31° (E), Dt 15% 18 6° Jb 
22°; of going forth Ex 3”, returning Ru1”™ 3"; 
= without an offering, 12D INT. ND Ex 23" (E) 
=34~(J), more fully Dt 16" (cf. [738] II. 2, 
nN. Niph.1b). 2. tn vain, without effect : 
c. 2 217 (poem), Is554 Jer4° (but v. P11), 
50°; prob. also “1 “IN¥ 7° those who were my 
adversaries in vain (without success) ; 7 O°%}35 


25° that deal treacherously in vain (in both 
most without cause). 


TLV] vb. flow (like slime);— (Aram. 
NT, JL5 saliva, spittle; of. Ar. Aly slaver, 
slobber);— Qal Pf. 3 ms. i3rns Hwa 7 Ly 
15° his flesh (WW3 3) flows with his issue. 


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am 


Tn n.m. slimy juice, spittle ;—cstr.174 
men Jb 6° in the juice of ’n (al. slime of yolk, 
i.e. white of egg); sf. 11 1S 21™ his spittle. 

wn, Wav. win. | TW v. pein. 

ipkoa bac ert 

ta) vb. mount and ride, ride (N Hig 
BH; As. rakdbu, Ar. CN Aram. 2°37, 255, 
all td.; cf. Zinj. 399 war-chariot, n.pr. div. 
Sya55 (Cook); Sab. 11229 =his rider Mordtm 
Him. Insebr. 25 (of horse ; but his trappings CIS" 
$6, 5): Eth. 2AM: is attain, acquire) ;—Qal Pf. 
3 ms.“7 Est 65; 2 ms. M27 Nu 22%; 3 pl. 3293 
18 30”; Impf. 3 ms. 22% Lv 15%, etc.; Jmv. 
ms. 331 y 45°; Inf. estr. and 28 16? 2 K 4”: 
Pt. act. 135 abs. Nu 22¥+ ,_estr. Am 2°. pf) 
1335 Gn 497+; fs. abs. M329 1 $25; mpl. 
D239 Juiot+, ete.;—1. mount, mount and 
sit, or ride, ¢. bY of camel Gn 24° (5 ) eign 
of ass (12M) 1S 25% 25% 2 8 16? (oy obj. om.), 
19” 1K 13", of mule (138) 2813”; abs. of 
mounting (and riding in) chariot 1K 18% 2 K 9”. 
2. ride, be riding, ¢. Sy of mule (728) 25 18%, 
of ass, INS Nu 22”(J), so Oy obj. om.) 2 K 4”, 
of WON Zc 9°, of horse Ze 1°; c. ID W-PY (v."10) Liv 
15°; c. Jof animal (71272) Ne 2”; 2 of chariotry 
and horses Je 17° = 22%; abs. (perh. in chariot) 
45° ride on! ride (habitually) c. bY of yins 
Nu 22° (J), of DWY Juro* 12", of DID Hor4* 
(fig. of alliance with Egypt), Je 6” 50” Est 6°, 
Hb 33 (fig. of ”; poss. add sf. ref. to O%, cf. Dt 
33°), 2-9 (| DID) Is30"; of 9, II-DY 2 S22! 
= 18", OP IVY Isro9', c. acc. DOW ride 
through Dt 33°, but also c. 2 loc. in, through, 
Wr 68°, 3. pt. 32 etc., as subst., riders 
nih ‘20 Ju pies p3D(77) ™ Amo2%oK oo 
Ez 23” 38" Zc 10°, so (appos. DUB) Ez 23°”; 
sf. of DID Gn 4g” Ex15)” Je 517* Ze124 Jb39% 
Hepa bY of DID 2 K 18%=Is 36°; W237 239 
Est 8"; sf. of chariot Je 5171” Hg 2”, Hiph. 
Pf. 2 ms. HID yp 66", etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 331) 
Gn 41% 2 K 13%, sf. WAIN Dt 32%, etc.; Lmve. 
ms. 2377 2K 13”;—1. cause to (mount and) 
rides C. ace. pers.-+ >Y of WON Ex 4° (J), of 
TB 1K 1384 of DID Est 6°, ef. (DID-PY om.) 
v5 c. acc. pers. +3 of chariot Gn 41% (E), 2 K 
10; 3 of chariot om. 2 K 9” 23°=(e. 337°7¥) 
2Ch 35”; fig. Jb 30” (sc. on the wind); c. acc. 
rel+ ADI" DN 28 6’=1Ch13'; fig., ¢, acc. pers. ' 
+Y loc. (YAS sna-by) Dt 32% so Is 58%, + 


ag) 


aayinnd v 66” over our heads. 
draw ‘(plough, etc.) Ho 10", obj. Ephr. under 
fig. of heifer. 3. fig. (NYPI- >Y) 7 3s 
2 K 13%" cause hand to ride upon (erasp) bow. 


< 
a2) |.) mm. ?*™" [even Na 2°, where read 


DPN (for i- ) We Now ee ZAW xvi (1896), za 
chariotry, chariot, mill-stone; appar. also 
riders (cf. Lag BS 1); abs. Gn 50°+, 320 
288+; estr. 22] Ex14?+; sf.023) Jug’+, 
40D) 2K 59+ ,7227 Na2™; pl. estr..237 Ct 1°; — 
Ho ro” y. infr.;—1. ,,, coll. chariotry, chariots 
[sts. of specific no. 2 K 137 28 84 Ex 14’ etc.; 
often++ D5, (B°)D3D], esp. war-chariots: in 
Egypt Ex 14’ (J), Jos 24°(E)+; early Canaan 
Jos11* Ju 47" 5% (not sg.; || YMIIDNW) +, called 
ona “) (i.e. iron-bound, or studded, cf. GFM 
Pee aud tell.) Josty Jat 4° + bhilist., 
acc. t0 18 13° 281°; Aram 8*10%+; Judah 
and Israel (from David’s time, cf. 8*) 1 K 9%” 
10+, read also J2272 Ho 107° (for J773) G4 
We NowGASn;; Assyria 2 K19"=Is 37%, Na 
Pas (0. be hernt: made mainly of wood); 
Babyl. Je 47° (on title v', see Gf Gie), 507 517) 
Ez 23%+, etc.; for dignity and display 1K 1° 
2K 5° Je17” 22* Is 66”, cf. Gn 50° (J), (cf. also 
1K 9 10%, etc.); fig. of Elijah, YY7>5 Ny i 
2 K 2”, of Elisha 13%; U8 23) 2K 2" chariotry 
of fire (at Ehjah’s translation); ‘ ON 3 v 68'8 
chariots of El, i.e. his heavenly host, cf. vision 
2 K 6", and also 7°; “9 meton. for chariot-horses 
28 8'=1Ch18*. +2. of single chariot 1K 
Boe 2 kg to 2Ch 35” prob also Hx14°s 
pl. FYI! 237 Ctr. —- +3. upper millstone (as 
riding on the lower) Dt 24° Jug® 2811”. 
4. appar.=riders (coll.), troop (of riders): *2Y 
DYDD AD) 2 K 7" two riders of horses, horsemen 
(or two chariots drawn by horses’); in foll. text 
dub.: bp} eS “ion Es) Dy TOS Is 217 riders, 
viz. a parr of horsemen, ass- ~riders, camel-riders ; 
cf, DWE TOY WN 7 vo i.e. men riding, a pair 
of horsemen; DWIB DIS 2 22° with riders 


(consisting of) men, horsemen, but use of DTS - 


very improb.; attractive is with chariotry of 
(drawn by) steeds (’X as gloss) Du Che™* Di- 
Kit but ’b hardly steeds here (cf. “5 horsemen, 
v’); read perhaps simply “32. 

Tran n.f. act of riding ;—/19 Ez 297. 


7357 nm. 1. charioteer, 12321 K 22%= 
3377 2Ch18*. 2. horseman, 22) 2K 9” 
(= DiD() aon yis9), 


939 


2. cause to 





on 
T[a 27] n.[m.] chariot (Ba *®®);— sf. 
IHD] DAY DBD 1043 (of ”). 

135 n.pr.m. (band of riders? cf. Ar. of 
meee used in journeying) ; 31. PnyaB: a. in 
‘ja 17217) (Jehu’s time, vy. OV oN Ona, 
whose descendants [or, the members of ‘how: 
society, RS*™, yet v. NO2MG 7108) ¥1) were con- 
temp. with Jerem., Je35°°4"; 1Ch2® O'po 
(v.°2'P) are said to be descended fr. Zammath, 
3377n’A °A8.—On the asceticism of diff. tribes 
ef, Diod*™ “(Nabataeans), Palmer ?*"* 4 ( Khet- 
bari Jews in Arabia); v. also Bertho] 8 *- 
zu d. Fremden 80. b. (perh. =a, so EMey se > 
in “ja mab N63) 2am Benjamin, 204 
(Pyxa8), ye 6.9 (Pexxa ; A GL Pnya8 in all). 

thas] adj.gent. of 137 1, only pl. 
D'2277 as subst.,in 09 M3 Jo352>8, 0-2 2 
v’, ApxaBew, PaxaBev, etc. 
tapq n.m.'’”° chariot, 


(prop. elie een) —1. chariot (=foll.), sf. 
i379? DDiD 1K 5% 2. abs. 9, prob. saddle 
Ly 15°(P), 3. 13370 seat of litter Ct 3”. 


Trapt n.f. chariot ;—abs. ’p Ju4"+, 


estr. naw +Gn 41%; sf. ABW 46+; pl. 
niaDq0 Ze 6+; cstr. nia 2 K 23u4, Na- 
Ex 154; sf.733% Mi 5” Hb 3°, ete. ;—chariot 
(oft. || (BY)D8D, 18 8! D5): esp. war-chariot, 
Egypt., Ex 14” (J), 15*(song), 2 Ch 14°; from 
Musri in N.Syr. (acc. to WkL., v. DY ad fin., 
crate 2 Benz a Kos —2 Ch 1) Can., 
Jos 11°9 (JE), Ju 4* (|| 427), 5% (|| 2d); Assyr, 
Ts 27 Na 3”; foe from north Je 4%, nations in 
gen. Hg 2”; Isr.and Jud. 1 K 20% 22%=2 Ch 
Eee K 97 Toye Ghiae Ml ee he Ofus 
chariots Is 66" Hb 3°, ef. (in Mann) LoGr eS 
yy for dignity and display Gn 41° (E), 46° (J ), 
io Su hs > 15" 2 K 5725, 7133 Nid Is 2278 
(iron.); used in flight 1 K 12%—2Ch 10'8, Mi 
1°; ww Nia3VW 2 K 23" (idolatrous); “7 
mano (read ‘31 n23%), G Benz) 1 Ch 2878 (on 
this conception of cherie in temple v. Benz); 
> in similes:; “07 }DIS nya 7 Koy bins 
Jo 2°; onthe obscure 2°73 "BY AD Ct6” chariots 
of my peo a prince (2) v. esp. Bu. 

igs n.pr.loc. in Judah;—1 Ch 4”, Pyxaf. 


+P vb. be tender, weak, soft e 


wy 5, Aram. 92) (in der. spec. and deriv.), y 
id.); —Qal Pf. 3 ms. J1 2K 22" 2Ch ae ; 


riding - seat 


a 
3 pl. 331 y 557; Impf. 1 (Ges?) Is 7*4 ;— 
1. be tender, weak, of heart: a. be timid, fearful, 
| 8, Is7* Je51*% Dt 20% b,. be softened, 
penitent, || ¥12 Niph., 2K 22%=2Ch34%. 2. 
be soft, of treacherous words 155” (c. [2 comp.; 
| Ir. pn), Pu. Pf 3 fs. 7237 Is 1° ét has not 
been softened, mollified, with oil (of wound, 
39). Hiph. Pf 3 ms. 2D JU ON) Jb 23% 
(Ges>""), causat. of Qal La. 

TI adj. tender, delicate, soft;—’" abs. 
Gn 187+, estr. Dt 20° 2Ch13’; fs. 13] Dt 
284; mpl. 0°32 Gn 33%; fpl. abs. M'D1 297 
Jb 40%;—1. tender of flesh Gn 187 (J; 1Pa7}3); 
tender, delicate, esp. in body, of children 33” 
(J), cf. (implying weakness of undeveloped 
character) 283°, J) Y2 1 Ch 22° 29', (1M) 71 
Pr 4° (‘of tender age,’ Toy, q.v.); of man (+93) ; 
i.e. delicately nurtured) Dt 28°, so of woman 
v’* (+1729), so, fig. of Bab., Is 47'(+id.); J 
as subst.=¢ender (twig) Ez 17” (in fig.); dedi- 
cate, weak, of eyes Gn2g"(E). 2. 223.(7) 7 
weak of heart, timid, Dt 20° (+87), 2 Ch 137 
(72). 3. soft, of words, abs. NDI Jb 4o%= 
subst., mild, gentle words (|| °32NF); 71 ny 
Pr 15! (opp. 38Y 727), MBL" 25". 

T 7 n./m. | tenderness, delicacy ;—of deli- 
cately-nurtured woman, 2} WYNN. Dt 28%, 

ry n.|m.| weakness (Kot) ;—Ly 
26° I will send 1) into (3) your heart (i.e. make 
you timid, fearful, cf. ¥ 1a, J2 2). 


TI. iil vb. prob. go about, from one to 
another (for trade or gossip) ¢ connected with 
bs; ci. Ar, ASS kick a horse, to make him go 
[!prop. use the foot, cf. j=, ']; NH Poa Aram, 
pain, M35 trader, NH M3927 slander [cf. 3s 
calumniator, fr. 3 .goabout,Qor 2 ®al.]) -—Qal 
Pi, Soi Cte’; vis. cstr. nan Hz 273'si; qnoz4 
v3. mpl. 0°27 1K 10%+4, etc.;—as subst. 
=traficker, trader: usu. pl., Na 3° Ez 144 
(4 wy), PA Re aa (<del. Toy Krae), yt 
Ne 338 13% (473019773 "30); on NDI ik 
ro” (text dub.; cf.’, p. 695); sg. fig. of Tyre, 
D2) pen“ by pwyi 239 Ez 27°, of a people 
y70-28P (pl. Mez#"4 Krae, v. also 1223); sg. of 
pers. only Sain NPIS Ct 3°. 

t[mbpq] at. 1. tramie;—sf 2 Ez 
281618 “2, merchandise, InP? 20". 

to n.pr.loc. (trader!) ;—in 8. of Judah 
D313 18 30”, G & Kappi\@ [A Paya |, rd. prob. 

122 We Dr Bu Kit HPS; vy. u./3 2. 





940 


win 
ton n.[m.] slander, > tale-bearer, in- 
former ;—always “9 abs. pm Jeo? 7oR 
Ly19"(H), qbin Pr1120", all of going about 
in slander, as slanderer (Ges5™*4) ; 9220 Je 6" 
goers of slander (slanderous persons) (ef. 74, 
p.231f.);’V WIS Ez 22°menofslander,informers. 


it [nds v9] n.f. prob. place of trade, 
market-place s— sf. TAPP WA Ez 27" in thy 
market-place (Thes Buhl”* Hi-Sm Krae al.; 
>Nb27 D2 F Co Berthol, ef. Toy). 

7027] vb. bind (As. rakdsu, id.; NH 
found, lay foundation (rare); Ar. poe bind 
with as [rope tying camel’s head to forefoot | 
(Frey); but usu. turn over, reverse (Lane)) ;— 
Qal Jinpf. 3 mpl. 3DD7' (P) Ex 28%, 3031") 397, 
bind jYN by (}2) its rings to (D8) rings of ephod. 

iu [37] n.{m.] dub.; perh. roughness (of 
ground ; Vit. binding, knot); or bound up, im- 
peded, i.e. the impassable; or mountain-chain 
(v. Thes);—pl. D°D277 Ts 404 (||3P¥7; opp. WYP3), 

il Oe) n.[m.]| dub., Thes Hup-Now snare, 
or band (Dr banding together), or (most) league, 
conspiracy (RV plottings); Ol reads deriv. of 
Ss =slander, so (93°37) Che Du; Bae despairs ; 
—pl. str, BNI? y 317 (|| Mw? 2), 

two7 vb. collect, gather property, vb. 
only P(rare) (Mand. won gather, Norberg’; 
As.ruktsu, property (Apt"™""" riding anim.) ; 
Aram. SY), jao5 = BH w2) ;—Qal Pf 3 ms. 
S, acc. PP, Gn 31°36°; elsewhere c.acc.cogn, 
BaD: WIT WN 3184, 3 pl. WIT 465, WII 125, 

tT wo n.m.***” coll. steeds (connex. with 
o/dub.);—abs.’0 Mir” + 829 1K 58;— + DYDD 
1K 5°, harnessed to chariot Mi1™, ridden Est 8” 
(+5°D§D ; defined as O°31973 933), v"*. 
aa Day wo n.m.°"*° property, goods ;— 
abs. ¥427 Nu 164, 27 Gn 14; este. WADI 
2 Ch 357, Y27 Gn14"; sf. WI vP4, OVA 
12°+, etc.;—property, goods, PRChr DnGn1r4: 
1. gen. term for movable possessions of all kinds 
(oft. specif. incl. cattle), Gn 12°15 Nu16” 1 Ch 
ofl os aha t e2iuizr Samo. 2. used 
specif. of cattle, flocks, ete. Gn 13° 318 36’ Nu 
Be° 2 Chere 3. of stores, utensils, etc. 
Gn 46° Ezr 1*°, as camp-baggage Dn 11”, esp. as 
booty Gn I gta re 16.2 2 Ch 20” 2 pela Dn I p78, 


7 
11.07, 07 v.on. OD v. O87. 


pals rT Py) vb. cast, shoot (As. ramt, throw, 
lay; Ar. ..0, throw, shoot; Eth. Zav®: strike, 
aim a blow at; Aram. 827, |s05 cast, throw); — 
Qal Pf 3 ms.7, subj.” Ex 15)! (song), ¢. acc. 
+02; Pe nyp n05 Je 4” coll. (or read 24) 
bow-shooters, bowmen, plestr. AD ‘pura 78° 
(v. IL. pws); ef. 029 Gn 21” (v. IT. nan, nvr). 


TIL [F737] vb. Pi. deal 
treacherously with (N H in deriv.; Y ND Pa.; 
Buhl* cp, Ar. tes >) VI. be Magen backward 
(of wound), become putrid, corrupt) ;— Pf. 3 ms. 
M1 Pr 26%, sf. 221 28197; 2 ms. sf. PD) 
Gn 290° 18 28": 2 fe. sf. I'D) 19”, ete.; Inf. 
estr. sf, ‘nip 1 Ch 12% (yan d. H. v);—be- 
guile, deceive, mislead, acc. pers., Gn 29” (E), 
Jos 97 (JE), 18 28% 2 S19” Pr 26"; deal 
treacherously with, betray, acc. pers., 18 19” 
La 1, +.°29? 1 Ch 12”, 

TI. 770) u.£. deceit, treachery ;—always 
abs. ‘7 Pe oct, treachery: esp. of speech, pred. 
of ne Mi 6” (|| 12%), appos. of iw (or read 
jib 2) 1207 (|| "PY NEY), v°; of man, 7 NYY 
524 that workest treachery, 101? (|| DpY 725); 
also Jb 137 27% (both || mow) ; deception 327 
(|| HY); im phr. 7 NYP treacherous bow (sim.) 
Ho 7° y 78” (failing him who trusts to it). 

cu Mov n.f. deceit, treachery ;—abs. ’1D 
Am 8°+; pl. abs. Nin) y 1074 ;—decett, of 
balances, ‘9 ‘2181 i.e. deceptive balances Am 8° 
(|| PY), Ho 12° Pr 11! (opp. now j28), 20%, 
9 °228 Mi 6" (v. Lines) p- 24); esp. treachery Yh 
craftiness, 2K 9, M2 treacherously, Gn 27° 
(J), and (of a speech) 34'°(P); “> ‘nay 
W17! i.e. treacherous lips, > iw 52°,/D°B 1097 
(| 72 Hw), mito IIT 35%, 70d prea y 244 
(|| 1B); ef. Is 53° (|| PED); also Ho 123 (|| 02), 
Je 57 961 Zp 1° (4000), 10" (+3A, || ey 
NS), 34% 36* (+18), 38° 59° 55° (+74), Jb 
15% 31° (|| SY), Pr 12” 148 26% Dn 8”; opp. 
pavID Pr rat, ORY WW v¥, 4 D'3TD DEY 14H 
(Hi Wild Toy read 137) for nan», but IL. ns 
not elsewhere Pi); “3 DDT VN v5? (|l 34 
319), ef. 55%, NOW’ WN 432; 2 NYY? Dn 1 
1, MOV n.pr. Vv. p. 599- 

Taman i in’N2 Jug” si vera 1. in treachery, 
treacherously Ys but form strange and meaning 


beguile, 


941 


m 


unsuitable; read poss. M2N(2) n.pr.loe. (q.v.), 
ef, v4! and GFM. 


NWO Jeera Kt, v. foll 


Timon n.f. deceitfulness ;—abs. ’ m hiv 
Zp 3'*(|[ Aw, 23), NOW Je 85; estr. 025 nA 
14" Qr (>Kt mann), 035 naw 23° (|| 7PY); 

sf, DDI APY pr19"8 (where GSVal. OMY 
Aram. their thought). 


TIL 779) (vof foll.; connex. with II. 
dub.; cf. As. rami, grow loose; 11. loosen). 

re rm n.f. laxness, slackness ;—alw. 
abs. 9 eo 2 Pr 10* slack (negligent, idle) 
hand oon DSI 4); 7 alone= slackness (abstr. 
for concr.=one who is ie 12; (|| 2d.) 5-99 
(Vali Caan rol (i XY); as adv. nYy 
mB) NBNdD Je 48". 


(x) tay MePE.M. (2 Looseneth, sc. the 
womb? cf. As. sa kirimmasa rummi, whose 
womb is loosened D1"W?):_1.... proph., son 
of Hilkiah, of priestly family in ‘Anathdth: 

my Jer! 29% 36!44 116t. Je, +2 Ch 35% 
3or2siaa (8123 Je 217+ oft.); M- Je 27) 28 
1011-1218 991 Hzr1' Dn 97; ‘lepepias, +2. wT, 

of Libnah, father of Josiah’s wite, ai 240 24.8 
=Je52), Iepepias, +3. Te Gadite, David’s 
time 1Ch12* Tepepeta, GL Iepapaov, The foll. 

all TY-, G "Tepepia(s), Teppia(s), etc.; t&. Manas- 
site I Ch 5. +5. Benjamite12*. +6. Gadite 
Loan +7. a. priestly name: Ne1r2'*. b. 
Ne 10°, perhaps=12*, 


Tm n.pr.m. (prop.” hath loosened!) ;— 
one with foreign wife Ezr 10”, Papid(s). 


Lin) v.on, ia) v. I. oo. 


aE wan n.m,’°™?3 nomegranate (foreign 
word of doubtful origin, cf. Low**° Hom 
Ay Avera Aram. N22), S50), Jisood, Mand. 
NINDII Nom Be Ae ol (asa loan- word, 
Fra’), Eth. COL4:) pPabeeat ras ion 
Hsg? eet, 0) Cr s*. ple ee Tk 
etc.;— pomegranate: 1. tree 18 14”, oft. +fB3, 
MINA, etc., Nu 20° (JE), Dt 8° Hg 2% Jor? 
Ct 48 6478, 2. fruit Nu13”% (JE; +D'22y, 
DM); “7 DY Ct 8%, V7 MDB (in sim.) 4° 67, 
3. ornaments in temple, shaped like pome- 
granates (cf. i324 in mod. Syria = epaulet, 
Almkvist KI. Beitriige zur Lexicogr,, etc. Nes Marg. ss ) I K 8 
(on text of. StaZ#Wi Os. Kit Benz), v2 


wan 
ll 2Ch te q lett 2K ont= Je noe Je Pee 30 


in tabernacle, Ex 2. Q 33.34.34 30. eee. 

fu. J127 n.pr.dei, in Aram. (OAram. 07 
in n.pr. Lzb* Cook’®; As. Rammdnu, god of 
wind, rain and storm (Schr 7? *5 38 Zim B47 ® 22 
Muss-Arnol¢?2@=0%).272 Jagtr he Bape) - Sab. ta 
(CIS 20-40, 29H, Derenb in Kohut-Studies™*) ; 
etym. dub.; /pyn thunder Schr; /ramdmu, 
roar D|E2W® Mand most; =1. 27 Hom* "4: ey oe 
73D 2K Re, jm na ys 18 ; Peppar| 0]; —y. also 
pow p23: fe 20 p: erat 

(yank yan n.pr.m. in Benj.,28 47°"; Peupov. 

frv. WO] n.prloc. 1. in fi Y2D cliff 
of R. Juz0*, i071 /D v7 21%; Peupov ; =mod. 
cliff Rammén, E. from Bethel, Buhl*!, ef. 
GEM 2245, 2. in S. Judah, my DY Llosmase 
fom ero booths P) aren es == 7icit are 
Peppoor| 0], ete.; v. m1. }Y 2, p.748, and fi) py. 
3. in Zena Jos 19" (Pewpova(n)), = 12407 
t Ch 6" (Peppov); + Jos 21% (rd. 7227 for 7324, 
Di Benn Steuern); mod. Rummédne, c. 6 miles 
E. of N. from Nazareth (Buhl*"). 

Typ yan n.pr.loc. station of Israel in 

tea 

wilderness, Nu pee (12)s Peupov, Papper. 


31797 1 Ch 6” see rv. fi27 3. 
min, [naan] v. an. 


T nna4 n.{m.| spear, lance (etym. un- 
y 
known; Aram. NII, Jiscos: mA Trade fs eatitis 
2F” ch) ;— oft. + 3, 73¥, 122, NYP, ee =r 
abs.’1 Ju 5° Nu 257(P), Ez 39°? 1 Ch 12°* (van 
a. Hey"), 2Chi4'25°) pls K 18" Je 46* 
Jo 4” Ne4™* 2Chii” 26"; sf, OFM Ne 4’. 
OVW 2 Ch 22°, err. for DNDINT, v, DIN, 
rma, 1, 1. MMW) v. Il. An. 


T [721] 2 .[£.] exact meaning dub. (cf. Syr. 
Ess herd; foreignwd.; Pahlavi ramak, N Pers. 
so, herd of aye fo etc., Thes**? Vullers 
1.52. in NH mwle born of ere and he-ass) ;— 
D319 122 Est8” usu. sons of the (royal) mares, 
ae a viann. 


b (in foll. epd.; Thes ep. Ar. J.25 adorn 
with gems; OHeb. bmn Lzb*). 
hinder n.pr.m. father of Pekah, king of 


Israel, ay a Kp er eee a olsta et 2 Ohaus 
contempt. (MpB om. ) Is 4? Bo 8°; vids “Popediov, 


94. 











2 war 


Piet m7] vb. be exalted (||form (ace; to 
Mas.) of py) ;—Qal Pf. 3 pl. BIS) HYD wT Ib 
24°4(perhaps pass. form Ges'"™ Bu; Du i27);— 
Pt. y.oNn Pol. Niph. Impf. 1s. DONS Is 
337 (|| NBN ; Hithpol. fr. on Ko" Ges*™*), 
3 Cae 199") Ez 108 (of cherubim), win) y 7 MI") 

; Imv. mpl. TY Jno w4n Nu 17” ) 


IL O73) (/of following; cf. Ar. % @) grow 
rotten, decay). 

Tj MD) n.f.worm (cause and sign ofdecay);— 
abs. “1 Ex 16% (P), Isr4 (|| 7y>in), Jb 7® 17 
21° 24” all indic. corruption, feeding on dead, 
etc.; hyperb. of insignificant man 25° (\|mY>AF). 

T[ornn] vb.denom. be wormy ;—Impf. 
3 ms. (c. ace. result, Ges'"**) pydin p71} Ex 
162 (Gess™; De WEI"), . 

WY “FI v. sub ov. 

+DIDD vb. trample a id., JAram. 


DID; cf. perh. Syr. nS5, Ar. 3, hick (Ba®s® 
Kb"); (we) is bury, and conceal grave);—Qal 
Pf. 3 ms. consec.’) Mi 5’; Impf. 3 ms. DION 
Ez 26" y 7°, “DON Is 41”, sf. 3D 2 K 9% ete.; 
Imo. fs. "D1 Na 3"; Inf. cstr, DD) Is r?; Pr. 
nisin Ez 26n bs horses’ heen), po 41 en 
sim.), cf. W229 Na 3%, acc. AYW Ez 34 (in 
fig.) ; trample down, acc. pers., anim., vel. rei, 
2 K 77, so (by horses’ hoofs) 9%, 30 pa a 
¥ 75 918 (| 7A); subj. Is 63 (ig.; +7977), 
subj. °2) Is 26°; subj. beast 2 K 14° (allegory) 
=2Ch 25), Dn 8 (vision), of horn, v; abs. 
of lion, 201 7) Mi 5’ (sim.); pt. as subst. coll. 
tramplers (i.e. devastators) Is164, ‘Wiph. be 
trampled, Impf. 3 fpl. 22021N pra Is 28° (on 
subj. cf. Di Du Che” Ké! 188), 
toa n.{m.] trampling-place, tramp- 
ling ;—abs. ‘19 Mi 74+. , DION) (K6"4°) Ts 108; 
estr. DID 7 Ez 34”; at trampling ieee 
ny 2 Is 7% (| nbyin), ober ‘> Ez 34” (fig). 
2. trampling, mb mn Is 5° tt shall become a 
trampling, be trampled down, so Mi 7”, Is 2878 
pind 15 anim, ef. 10° Dn 8% 


tw vb. creep, move lightly, move 
about (chiefly P) (Ar. es, , touch gently (Kam 
Frey); NH D7 creeping things (rare)); oe 
Qal Impf. 3 fs. WIN Gn o?+2 t.; Pe wp 
4; fs, NYA Ly rr’ 42 t.;—1. a ground, 


won 


MDINT “1 AWA 59 all with which the ground 
creeps (teems), i.e. all creeping things, Ly 20” 
(H), Gn 9?(P). 2. elsewhere subj. animal : 
a. creep, MINTY Dt 4® Gn 7°(P), PINT OY 
Ly rr (H), Gn x®(P); MDI beAD bEIT 
Ez 38”, PINTY Gn 17" 87 (all P). b. move 
lightly, glide about, of water animals, viny>3 
(dyn) nypIA NT Ly 11 (H), Gn 17'(P), ef. 
y69”. c. in gen. move about, of all land- 
animals, yisny Gn 1 47 8 (all P); specif. 
of wild beasts prowling at night p 104”. 

Ton n.m. "7% 9 eo]l, creeping things, 
moving things ;— abs. 1 K 5%+, cstr. Ho 
2° + ;—1. creeping things (disting. from M202, 
Riee Sy, a NES. 043) Hoe” 7 KRY be Beh 38% 
Gn y 24.20.26 6720 ne 817.19 (all By Hb zi4 (in sim.) 
W148”, 2. of sea animals, gliding things, 
yp 104”. 3. moving things, of all animals 
Gn 9° (P).—Cf. Dr B**- DB CREEPING THINGS 


TD, NN, DUT v. on. 
ios I, 1.1731 ve 427. 


iH [737] vb. rattle (onomatop.?);—Qal 
Impf. 3 fs. 720 Jb 39” the quiver ratileth. 

i j27] vb. give aringing cry (onomatop. q 
ef, Ar, 5) cry aloud, also twang (of bowstring); 
NH Pi. murmur, complain, cf. JAram. (not 
X));—Qal Impf. 3 ms. 1 (Ges'*) Pr 29° 
(but rd. perhaps 71%, Pinsk Toy, v. 7 2); 
3 fs. FF Is 35°; 3 mpl. BY 24% +4, 4 Ly 9%; 
3 fpl. mn Pri” 8*; Jmv. fs.'3 1. Is Bait, 12°; 
mpl. 37 Je 317+; Inf. estr. 2 Jb 387; — give 
aringing cry: 1. in joy, exultation, || bay Je3r! 
(nny 9), Ts 12° 24™ (|| OP NBR), 541 (+788 
3); || YW Zp 3% (+ now, ry), Is 447 Ib 387; 
||MO’ Zc 2! fp 357 Pr 29°(v.supr.); || 53 Is 49° 
(+7373), |[ M42"; opp. PY¥ (cryin distress) 
65" (1) of cause); Lv 9% Is 35° (subj. jivi>),— 
Is 61’ is corrupt; read perh. P1) and spitting, 
Klo Che 2. 2. in distress, La 2”. 3. 
ery aloud, in summons, exhortation (of wisdom) 
Pr 1 (|| Pi? 103), 8°. Pi. Pf 3 pl. consec. 3337) 
Je 31" 51%; Impf. 3 fs. 3209 51", 3 mpl. 23 
8484, O27 524; 3 fpl. BI 71% (van d. H. 
n339n), ete; Jmv. mpl. 3311s 52°+; Inf. abs. 
#22 132", cstr. id. Is 35°;—give a ringing 
cry, in joy, exultation, esp. in praise to %, 
erst? si” ls 26 Bn" (4703, v. n>’), 52° 
(|| Dip NW2), v2 (+B); elsewh. only py: $5” 


943 


jo 


(|| noe, yoy), 67° g0!925(c. 3 rei; all || alone); 
149° (||12¥); 988 (|| YD; +M¥B,78)), 132° 1457, 
3337) }31 132); c. acc. of theme 51° 59” (|| MY); 
3. 331} 3 rei 20° 63° 89"; c.% gs} (|| YI), 
PNON 843, 7 12B5(12) 96! (|| OY) = 1 Ch 16% 
(IL 728), 498% subj. DNDY 7x (|| 1). Pu. 
Impf. 3 ms. impers. [27° N? Is 16" no ringing 
ery shall be given (|| YY).  Hiph. Jmpf. 
cause to ring out for joy, 1 8. JN MID DN ae 
Jb 29"; 2 ms. [2 AW) WPI wy y 65°; Ime. 
mpl. 3270 ring out a cry of joy 32" (|| now, 
bs), Nb 817 (|| yn); c. ace. of theme, 1®Y Dt 
328 (v. Dr; cf. Pi.)—Hithpol. 78% cf. 7. 

TIA] n.(m.]| ringing cry; pl. cstr. pbp 2 
vy 32/. 

tm n.f. id.;— abs., of joy Jb 37 p104? 
(\| WHI’); pl. nia Naw 63°; exultation, sg. 
estr, DYY NIM Tb 20° (|| NY). 

cD. mm) n.f. ringing cry ;—abs.’1 Je7*+; 
sf. N31 yr7'+, OND Jer4?+;—ringing cry: 
1. in sy supplication, to”, 1 K 8°=2Ch 
69, Je 46 r1\y 17! 612 88° (all + nban), 106 
119°? 142’ Jer4™. 2. in proclamation 1K 
Baie 3. in joy, esp. praise to %, --NN¥ Is 
35 5x (+1bY); + 70M 2 Ch 20%, +1bY 
105%, + AHA ro7™, + yoy Pr xx; || Piny 
y 1262; opp. 23, ete. 30° 126°, cf. vi; “9 dip 
Ts 48° 42° (+777), 477 118% (+ APWA); NB 
\ Is 14744" 49" 54' 55"; of ’s joy over Zion 
Zp 3%;—OnI1 NVINA Is 43% in the ships of their 
ringing cry, in which they exulted, but dub.; 
Hi Ew Ni*382 (bring down) into mourning their 
’—; cf. Kit-Di Du Che *™* Marti. 

} 11. 73) n.pr.m. in Judah 1 Ch 4”; Ava, 
A Pawov, GL Pevva, 

Town n.[m.] pl. bird of piercing cries, 
i.e. ostrich, acc. to GB Bo Di and most, 1 423 
Jb 39", but read prob. D'2¥Y Hoffm Bu Du (as 
La 4° Qr), v. [13°]. 

ion n.pr.loc. station in wilderness, Nu 
3372: Acooa, A Perva, GL Apeooa. 

] D4 (/ of following; cf. Ar. ¢ 0) (Fri%*)= 
}D1; YN (rare), cf. Dalm*). 

7 107 n.m,.**: 1. halter; 2. jaw(!);— 
1. abs. 7 y 32° restraining mouth of horse or 
ass (+312); fig. of 9 BY, ONY YAI~PY 9 Ts 30%; 
abu BD 1 Jb 30", i.e. threw off restraint. 


jor 


2. sf. 13D7 bps 41° the double of his jaw, his 
double jaws (of croc.), si vera 1.; connexion of 
mngs. strange, ||swiap 2B, whence GHB Wright 
Du conj. 19D, 

fad. 17 n.pr.loc. in Assyria, near Nineveh 
Gn ro”; Aagep (prob.=rés ént, head of spring ; 
CaS OO tate). 

+1. [DD] vb. moisten (so Aram. DD}, 
wo5; Ar. Us) (Ue!) sprinkle) 3—Qal Inf. esir. 
MO_ITNN DAD HY Ez 46", 

pe [D°D7] n.{m.] drop (of dew);—pl. 
estr. 19% *DYD} Ct 5? (|| 2B). 

Il. DD (of foll.; NH DD? Pi. break, 
crush; so Mand. pp. Norberg™™*®, JAram. 
DDI; cf. Ar. us well stopped up with stones 
Hoffm24” iil (1893), ai) 

TI [D°D7] n.{m. | fragment ;—pl. D°D"D), 
of houses destroyed Am 6" (|| D°Y/3). 

Dawa WL a aa mwas 

1, 11. Y) v. IT. Ayn. 


pay, “ vb. be hungry (N H 7d. Hiph. and 


deriv.; As. rilbatu, hunger; Ar. Nie be roomy, 
voracious, Ls, desire vehemently; Eth. (790: 
be hungry) ;—Qal Pyae m8. 0.189. 441363 pl 
13 y 34"; Impf. 3 ms. 3VT Is 8, 1 pl. 32 
Je 42", etc.;—be hungry Is 8" Gn 41° (E; of 
land, =have famine), Je 42™ (ony, Is 49” 
(|| so), 65° (|| <d.> opp. 52x), ¥ 50” éf I should 
be hungry (of *), Pr 6° 19%. Hiph. allow one 
to hunger, subj.”*: Impf. 3 ms. J2¥") Dt 8° 
(opp. JP282), VEZ IVT Pr ro’, 


av) n.m.°"*! famine, hunger ;—abs.’9 
Gn 12+; sf. D297 Neg”; 1. famine (in land, 
nation or city), Gn 12" 26' 41°" Ex 16° 28 21! 
24%= 2K 4% 672. (ay ww Gn are > nw 
vy, but also 7 DY [WAY] vad 2S 24” (on 
wender vy. Alor? ame oh21/ 5 Onin 
(be) severe Gn 47°°" 1K 187 25° =Jo 52°, by pin 
Gn 47%; c.Ta3 12" 47°; bing 2K 6"; mipyr 
La 5; 77 ND Dt 32™-+ Is5% (v. [1 ]), 7 sven 
Je r43,/7 990 La g, 9 BOY Ez 34%; 7°30 
5*°; as scourge of "(+ 1397, 124, etc.; esp. Je 
Ez), Jes 11714" 21’ Hz 5764-4 4. etc.; fig. 
of lack of %’s word Am 8", 2. hunger, of 
individual Je 32° Dt 28% (4Nh¥, ete.), 2 Ch 
32" (+7d.). 


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my 


Tayy adj. hungry ;—abs. “9 28174; 
fg. NIP y 107° Pr 277; mpl, Day) 1 § 264 ;— 
hungry (sts. + S)¥, )¥), 28.17% 2 K 7? Is 824 
Pr 25% 107°; T2Y7 WEI v® Pr 277; as subst. 
s¢.a hungry man Is 29° 32° 587 Ez 1876 Jb5° 
(Bev7?™: 714% prop. 333} cf Hz 7?) soa ae 
18 2°(opp. N23 DAY), Jb 24(|| DY), 107% 
1467; DN APYINN Jb 18 (fig.) his strength grows 
hungry, i.e. fails (8 Ew Di al.); G De Bu Du 
(reading M8) al. hes trouble grows hungry (i.e. 
ravenous for him), but “1 never elsewhere in 
this sense. 


Tay n.[m.] hunger, lack of food, 
famine ;—cstr. 03° fiY1 Gn 428 (E); abs. 
papyr "DD ~ ae 


stat TY vb. tremble, quake (NH id., 


Hiph. shake (rare), T7¥7 a trembling, shaking ; 
Ar. 3s) thunder (said of sky), vit. tremble, 
quiver; Eth. C02: tremble; JAram. TY trem- 
ble, shake) ;—Qal Impf. 3 fs. YIM) y 104 and 
it (the earth) trembleth at the gaze of %, in 
theoph. Hiph. Pt. VYTVD VY Dn 10! I 
stood trembling; pl. DY PPV Ezr 10°, c. IW. 


Tay7 n.m. trembling ; —’1 x2) fal AN 
y ais Wh WINN Ex 15%, 

Ty nf. id.; subj. of MON Is 33" y 487; 
| ANY 24; || IDB Tb 4% 

B my) poe pasture, tend, graze (As. 


rév, vb. pasture, n. ruler, TelAm. ruhi (as 
Canaanism) Wk1*°*)"; Ar. vey: ithe Of: 
Aram, 8Y7, |X, all = BH);—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 
consec. 1Y7) Mi5°+, 18. sf. consec. DYN Ez 
34",3 pl.sf.consec. DYN Je 23% etc.; Jmpf.3 ms. 
AVY Is27%+, juss. yr Jb 20”, sf. T3YVY yp 8ol, 
DYN y 787 (0 Hiph. van d. H.), ete.; Zmv. 
ms. WY Mi 7+, sf. DY y 28°; fs, YI Ct 18; 
mpl. YW Gn 29’; Inf. esr. nip 37° +, etc; 
Pt. TY 30% +, sf YI y 231+; fs. AVI Gn 299 
Pr 25”, etc.;—1. trans. a. pasture, tend ( pas- 
cere), lit., c. acc. JN¥ Gn 30° 37” (all J), Ex 3! 
(EH), 1817” 25” Is 61°, acc. of asses Gn 36™(P), 
kids Ct 1°; ace. (}N¥) om. Gn 29’ 37"3(3 loc.) v® 
(all J), Ct. 17 (|| 2%), Jb 24? (G Me Siegf Bu 
iy5));—metaph. DY ND 3p 723 Ho 9?, but rd, 
Dy! © We NowGASm; DY ND 49”. bd. 
fig. of %, acc. pers., Gn 48" (E) God, who shep- 
herded me; c. ace. of people, as flock Ho 4” Is 
40" Mi 7* (JOIW2), Ez 34 (pregn., c. bs loc.), 
vite (47°37), voy 28% ¢. fig. of ruler, and 


my 


teacher, acc. of people, as flock, 2S 5?=1Ch 
Be emo ny roe Je 3°) 35%") Hz 
2 Te Tt: of teaching, pay ‘ney 
DD) 3 Prro”; c. 1 of people » 78"; abs. 
Mi5°; c. ace. pers. reflex. pastwred (fed, en- 
riched) themselves Ez 347°". d. esp. pt. MY, 
etc.,as subst.= shepherd, herdsman: (1) lit., Ayo 
INS Gn 4? 46° 47° (all J), 82 MY 377(E), 18 
16" 147%; NIP YI Gn 1377 (J); “a(n) alone, 
se. Am 3%+ 7 t. (all in sim.); 19 shepherdess, 
Gn 29°(J); ‘bos nyo D3 Toqava es (v..P3 2c), as 
symbol; pl. D'y(9) Am 1? Ex 2%-!(J), 18 21° 
(9 V8; Gr Dr Bu Kit Lohr D373 ’8; G Lag 
BN HPS DWT aK, but ef, We) +8 t. +s 314 
(sim.), 38” (rd. DY for *Y Perles® Du Che?” 
ef. Di), cf. (sf.) Gn 13°8(J); DST Dr S17” 
(v. 2 3);—Dyd Ipym'a, v. p.rr2. (2) fig. 
of ruler (as oft. As.; ef. Gk. (Homer) sopeéva 
Aadv), abs. sg. Je 17" Ze 107 11 13/4 8 t. Je 
Ez; sf. of , ‘9 Is 44% (of Cyrus), Ze 137°” 
(rd. soyaen *~ We Now GASm); abs. pl. Is 567 
Je2’ 3% Mis‘ Zc103 11°84 18 t.Je Ez 34, + (of 
Assyrian leaders) Na 3%; WY °Y Ez 34?; *p9 
PNY Is 63" (but rd. HY [of Moses] G XDi Du 
al.). (3) epith. of 9: *Y9. 23}, WY TY 80%, 
“or jas nya Gn 49" (poem in J; rd. estr. AY, cf. 
Comm.); IHS AY Ec 12 De Wild, < president 
of assembly of sages Siegf SS. 2. intrans. 
feed, graze: a. lit. of cows, sheep, etc. : ¢. 3 loc. 
Gn 417*(E), 1Ch 27”; c. acc. of pasture Is 30”; 
c. DY loc. Zp 27 (BNI “29 for MT OY, v. Now); 
baton bas loc. Ex 34° (J); abs Is 5” 12° (|| p27; 
but v. IL. myn infr.) 277°(||¢d.), 65° Jon37Jbi™. 
b. fig. of idolater, Is 44” he feedeth on ashes 
(ace.); cf. Ho 12? Ephr. feedeth on wind (acc.); 
noix om md D> *B Pr 15" (so Vrss Qr; Kt 135 
for 5) the mouth of fools feeds on folly (Toy; 
Buhl +/ II. myn, Gerber*? sub IIT. myn); in 
Ct, c. 3 loc., fig. of lover Ct 2% 6?*; of breasts 
(like gazelles) 4°. ¢. fig., of Isr. as flock Is14°° 
{ily29), rd. (—)"133 in my pasture(s), for MT 
23, Koppe Ew Di Du (otherwise Che™”, cf. 
Marti); Zp 3° (|| 2d.); ¢. psy by Is 49°; c. ace: 
of pasture-land Je 50” Miz Ez34™¥> (+ bas 
loc.), v'8"°; hence crop, strip, i.e. devastate, of 
conqueror, c. acc. of land Mi 5°, cf. NS Je 6’; 
so IPIP PVT 21°; acc. of Isr. under fig. of vine 
(subj. foes, as beasts) 80".  d. subj. wind, 
c.ace. pers. Je 22”, i.e. drive them away ; subj. 
fire, c. acc. rei, ¥2? Jb 20”, but read perh. V7}, 
Niph. (O1 Di Hoffm Siegf Bu ;,-*herwise Du). 
PY AYI 247 is difficult; Bu YI for 9; 


94: 


» 


< cy 
more radical conj.in Du. MNiph. poss. Jb 20”, 
v.2dsupr. Hiph.y78”van d.H.,v.1 ¢ supr. 


oy shepherd, my shepherdess, v./ 1 . 


Toy n.[m.] pasture ;—7 1p2 O WY 1K 53 
twenty cattle (fr.) pasture (v. Ges’™**; Kit 13). 

"YF Is 38" Ze rr”, v. / 1 d (1), (2). 

t MY n.m.”* pasturage, pasture ;— 
abs. Gn 474+; estr. NYN) Is 34; sf. YW 
Jb 39%, OSV Ez 34°;— pasturage, xd Gn 
47* (J), cf. 1 Ch 4?", also Is 32™; iD) poy “1D 
vy, ef. (fig.) Ez 3449; of cattle Jo1™, stag 
La 1°; = pasture, of wild ass Jb 39°; of OVS 
Na 2” (but read 7D cave, for nyaD, We Now, 
32); DPW WH Ee 34°” (fi). 

T [my | n.f. pasturing, shepherding, 
pasturage (alw. fig.) ;—sf. "MYNW Je23! Hz3 4", 
IVY 74° 79%, etc.;—1. pasturing, shep- 
herding, IVY [X¥, of Isr.as flock of %, Je23! 
Ez 34%, cf. 74! 79% 100° + 957 (rd.172 DY) 9 “¥, 
cf, Hup-Now Che). 2. pasturage, Ho 13° 
(Now O99), Is 49° Je 25°%. 3. by meton. 
=flock Je 10”. 


ell. ry | vb. prob. associate with (cf. 


Schulthess?*" but. also, NOAM Hr OMe Ag, 
rua, rutlu, neighbour, fellow (m. et f.; ef. Jiger 
BAS. 482, 499) so Bed. cl, gacl, master, owner, 
Wallin 2™¢ v G85», 9 Jayakar gate): Eth. aoC@: 
marriage; Ar. igs)l, Eth. ACOT: yoke; NH 
MY friendship is fr. BH v9) ;—Qal /mv. ms. 
AIX AY y- 37° cherish faithfulness (Hup-Now 
RV Che Du Dr); > feed securely (Bae; 1.37; 
feed on (his) faithfulness Am RV); Pé. TY) 
ndp3 Pr 13” one associating with fools, so 7 
pont 28%, nisit “7 29° (Thes al. think these fig. 
fr. I. myn, v. 2 b). Hithp. 2 ms. YINA7PN 
AS OYaTN Pr 22% do not make companionship 
with a bad-tempered man; perhaps also 3 fpl. 
nPyInN Ts I 1! (Lag Or. i. 21; Deceased Wife's Sister 399 Brd 
Du Che") cow and bear shall be each other's 
companions; + Inf. estr. NYWN) Pr 18” (Toy, 
for MT yyon7) there are [wr for WN] friends 
(merely) to be companions (v. LU. pyr ad jin), 
Tey) ep em. Pri. 17 friend, companion, 
fellow ;—" abs. 25 13°+, estr. 1 Ch 275 sf. 
WI Ib 319+, WW) Dt5"+, 1) Ex 2%+, also 
yy) 2 Octal (so.6 Gess*), my (Ges***") Gn 
r+ 114 t., V1 Je6", AY] 3”: pl. DY) Je3t+, 
estriol Jb 22s stale 32°) wn (Gener) 425% 
3P 


my 


1$ 30%, ete.;—1. friend, intimate, Gn 38%(J), 
18 30% 28 1331 K 16" (Gom.); JID WE WW 
Dt137, MY PMD Pr 27° (txt. dub., v. Toy); Miz? 
(FPN), Jeo? (IMS), 10° Lar? (+ P2RS), ¥35! 
(|| PS)+.3 t. wy; esp. Jb 2% 6448 t. Jb, Prxy7” 
18% +8 t. Pr 3 2°5 y, 19 infr.) , Ct 8} (|| D9); 
associates Ze 3°; term. techn. 3290 1 1 Ch 247* 
(v. TY), cf. A SO sot lover Ct 5 (|| 759), 
husband Je 3”, paramours Ho 3' Je3'; metaph. 
my? nivab v1 Tb 30% (|| DBMD nN). Qin 
weaker sense , fellow, fellow-citizen, even another 
person, with whom one stands in recipr. rela- 
tions, Ex 2}8 BO ee GL voce) = Distieaae 
Ex 2 zit 2 gf 8-10.25 (all E), Ly tT Of 201° (all ny, 
Dt 47 15°?+ 11 t. Dt, Jos 20° (D), Ju 7" Je 9! 
22) cou Kz 7 Qo1116 222 Hb 2g Jb 1622 Ru a4 
Vv 15° 28° 101° Pr 3%” 6} (I W418. Pr; j2v 
WN Je 62; 1S 15° hath given (the ean to 
thy fellow, =another than thou, so 287 2812"; 
_ so also 71... YN @ (given, certain) man over 
against his fellow (diff. fr.3) Hx 21% 22° 
a3 u (all E), Dito" 22° Juy* ik St2o Jer 
1 Ch6” Ru 3" Ke 4*; similarly IY INON yy 
is 394™, 3. in recipr. phr. 71... WX Gn 
r1° they said one to another (U"8 distrib.), each 
the speech of the other v’, absent one from the 
other 31”, cf.-43* (all J), Ex 117 187 32” (all 
E), Ju 6% 47 10% 28 2 2 a toate 
2 Ch 20% Is 3°(|| MND LN), 13°19 2 (| WINE WN), 
st Jes®pirtJe fz ao Leet 0) t. Ze (118 
read 33Y StaZ4¥ 14s. 26), Mal 318 Jon 17; go of 
things Gn 15" (J).—1. J] v. yy. 


Tayy n.m. friend (cf. ta’ Lag. era 
es) —estr. in term. techn. 1200 NY (Ges? *" 
Kee) 5 Ky (= 001 Ch2y®), cf, WT AY 

2 15% 16"; ins. also 15° (cf.v*”7) G We Dral.; 
in simple sense Pr 27” Kt (Qr Y7; cf. Ké'*). 

Tia] vb. denom. Pi. be a special 
friend; — Pf. 3 ms. 19 AY) WE mY Surg? his 
comrade who had been ‘ best man’ (GFM)to him. 

T[ayy] n.f. companion, attendant ;—of 
maidens, pl. sf. °0'Y1 Jur1” Qr (> Kt omy), 
Ty v8 Vv 45%, 

Timmy] n.f. companion ;—of beloved 
bride, sf. M1 Ct 197° 271018 417 52 64: g0 of at- 
fonda maidens Ju 117 Kt, but v. Romane 

ti. DY n.f. fellow (-woman) ;—sf. in 
recipr. phr. ADAYT NN) NWS Ex 11?(E) each from 
her fellow (|| 7Y7 NN2 WN, cf. 11. Y1B); cf. Je 


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mW 


9”; of birds of prey (N'*4) Is 34. ef. v®; people 
under fig. of sheep Zc 11°; AMY Hst 1°= 
another than she (cf.1 5 15% 1. ¥) 2). 


Tn n.pr.f. Ruth (for My, i.e. friend- 


ship, Syr. lass, Thes Lag? 168; 07. dl Kg 
1,48!) -__Moabitess, ancestress of David, Ru 
i482 » 2.8.21.22 3 ea 10.13. ; Pové. 


Tayn n.pr.m. (prop. name of a god, Duval 
ZA Vi. 126 Mez Harran a cf. Hom A. u. A. ii, 208 — 
Peleg :-Gnr1"?-)?"( PB) wt Chay oneayau. 

toyayy n.pr.m. Payound: 1. Moses’ father- 
in-law Ex 28 (J; GLilobop), Nuro” (JE); else- 
where iN q.v. 2. Edomite Gn 3641087" 
(P), || x Ch r®*7, 3, Gadite Nu 2¥, v, O87. 
p: 396. 4, Benjamite 1 Ch 9°. 

T YY") n.pr.m. (cf. Palm. n.pr. yn friendly (?) 
Cook a) ;—courtier of David (si vera 1.) 1K 1°; 
Pnoet, GL of ératpor avtov, 


son of 


Tyr] n.m. friend, companion (strange 
formation; orig. dub.; Wetzst°™ Drvchiaitad Bias 
2 ep. shy» miryd’, name of beli-wether 
among Syr. nomads Dice. [inseparable | com- 
ie and der, fr. “yn, prop. closely joined ; 
cf. Gerber ‘Die: “Bt, myw Gn 26%+, MPI 
Pri’, JOD Jur’; pl. DYW 14%;—com- 
panion, confidential friend, Gn 26" (J; ef. 1Y9); 
a bridegr oom’s escort 14", ‘ best man’ (GFM 

 r5"°; more gen. friends (|| b’nN) 28 3° Pr 
oe 121s dub., Dod Hi De al. YW; Toy conj. 
poss. AYN) (40%), v. further 1)n. 

TIT. TY (Aram. NVI, Ls, take pleasure 
(in), desire, = Ar. .54)[Heb. 7¥7], whence Aram. 
NDVI desire, NPYI, NVI, Jicss, opinion, 
thought, disposition, and following late and 
Aram. words in Heb., ef. Nis 28 00,155 a 
De Siegf?™ 8 al. from I. ny 2b, cf. Ho 12?, 
and Ar, a watch, regard, respect (Lane) [Ba 
WU 46t Kau *maismen @f derive foll. from 1. ayes 
observe, attend to, specif. tend sheep, also atm 
at, purpose). 

cee [yr] n.[m.] purpose, aim ;—sf. ‘V7 
139° (of man), pl. sf. PYI v" (of El). 

fu. OID n.f. longing, striving ;—cstr., 
mn 77 ban Fg rt glz26 4°63; ON /7 bpy 4°. 

hen n.[m.] id.;—estr., 019 YI Ee 1%, 
m7} 53 42 (cf, foreg.), 12? 2 sbyyrbsa 2%, 

my) Vv. IL. YY. 


by 


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yr 


+(by VY vb. quiver, shake, reel (Aram. Inf. estr. sf. (Ges'”'”*), but not understood 


Dy, S83, quiver, shake, tremble; Ayr. JS the 
hanging part of a sheep’s split ear, also (i rey) 
a kind of veil of which a part ene down 
in front; JS r dangling; Lihy. has n.pr. by 
DHM=0r Dein. A. *);—Hoph. Pf. 3 pl. bw320 
buna Na 2‘ are made to quiver. Vid. also roy}. 


“toys n.[m.] reeling ;—only 17]D Ze 12? 
goblet of reeling (fig. of Jerusalem). 


tinby ] n.[f.] prob. veil (cf. Ar.supr.) ;— 
pl. mipyan Is 3”, in list of finery. 
aby V. p. 599- 


tabyin n.f. reeling (cf. Dy); —/AI DID 
deg 2, A} yf 60° drink reeling as wine. 


taby n.pr.m. companion of Zerub., 


Ezr 2°(Peedeia, @L Aepiov), = ie my) Ne?! 7(Naauua, 
N Aaeuta, GL Aamilas, A Perayiay. 


oy ( ¥ of foll., prob. onomatop.; Gerber” 


prop. move violently as orig. meaning, but Boe 
to thunderous sownd everywhere, exc. Ez 27” 
where text dub., v. infr.; cf. Aram. DY, DY 
n. thunder, DY ah thunder; esp. Aph. Ttltps, 
3 (loud) complaints; ps, hras3 n.thunder, 
23 vb. thunder, lament, cf. NH O%79 Hiph. 
thunder, Hithp. complain 5 - Eth. 289%: n. thun- 
der, As. rimu, id.; Ar. aS > vex, dislike, etc.) 


Toys n.[m.]| thunder ;—ascribed to %: 
| abs. Is 29°, DY AND} y- 818 (Baer Gi; i.e. 
thunder-cloud); sf Toy dip 74 104"; cstr. 
INA) BY] Jb 26% (fig. of ’s display of might ; 
opp. /2Y); fig. of captains, OI 9 39%, i.e. 
thunderous shouting (+ TY). 


u [oy] vb.denom. thunder;—Qal make 


the sound of thunder, thunder: Impf. 3 ms. 
DY? let the sea thunder (in praise, || now, d»3, 
ry, pram, AD NM, 125) +96"=1Ch 16%, y98%. 
—Pf. 3 pl. DB WY Ez27* is dub.: faces 
tremble (Toy are convulsed), or they tremble (cf. 
Hi-Sm Krae; AV RV are troubled) in face, 
lacks etym. support (otherwise Gerber*, but 
vy. ¥ supr.); @ G Co OF 2B Wot. Hiph. 
(Gerber”) thunder, cause thunder ;—-Pf. 3 ms. 
DY y29°; Impf. 3 ms. DYY (on — v. ) 
yr8h4; DY 1S 7; 2ms. OVW Tb 40%; 18 
1° v. infr.; —thunder, of ’* (God) 2?° 7" (both 
c. bY pers. against whom), y 18%=2 58 22", 
29° Jb 37%, cf. 40°.—MOYII 18 1° is appar. 


by G and dub.: AV RV to make her fret, cf. 
Aram. utter (loud) complaints (Weir in Dr8™*'); 
perhaps corrupt HPS. 


NOY] v. 1. WY. 


Tr. MMIYT (Gil ") nf. vibration? 
quivering mane ? of horse’s neck: Jb 39" hast 


thou clothed his neck (with) ’% so most, but 
very uncertain. 


TIL. TMOPT, RY] (Gil) n. pr. m. 


‘son’ of Cush, a Gi Lo! (mat Nn Cleies 
(Baer, v. his note; van d. H. Git yb) ; Peyypa, 
Peyya; N— as trading people Ez27™, Papa, ° 
Payya. Identified by many with city “Pey(a)pya 
(Ptol%%™) “Pyyya (Steph. Byz.), in SE, Arabia, 
on Pers. Gulf (so even DH M 786% 489), 2 Glag 
Skizze pee ey but this ig dam) in inser. (Glas ae 
<Sab. nopn near Mein in SW. Arabia (Hom 
Siidar. Chr, 131 Hal 535, o cf, DHM 1 =) perh. =‘Pap- 
pavira of Strabo ****4, y, Di G77, 


Moy) (: thunder of a) Ne 7’ v. myn 
topry n.pr.loc. Ex1" (J), =DDOY] Gn 


47) Ex 12% Nu 33°° (all P), Ramses, city in 
Egypt; Papeo(c)n; built by King Rameses II 
(hence its name; the king used Israclitish coruée 
ace. to Ex 1"), near Tel el-Maskhuta (Pithom), 
but not certainly identified, v. DAB and reff.; 

PU Gn 47" of district round. 


T [] y V7 vb. only Pa‘lel be or grow luxu- 
riant, fresh, green ;—Pf. 3 fs. 73221 (De™”) 
Jb 15” (of branch, in fig.). 

ou adj. luxuriant, fresh;—m. /9 Dt 
r2°+3 £239) Ct1°; mpl.D°339) y 92” ;—luau- 
riant, of trees: wna Ho 14, my 52'°(both sim.), 
Je 11'°(fig.); sim. also, 1 N82 yp 37* (but rd. 
2290 YIN. G GS and most); esp. in phrase non 
aye os place of idolatrous rites, Dtr2? 1K 14” 
2Kiio =2.Ch 28°, 2K 1y Je 2” 30s lenr: 
Ez 6%; 9 py-dy Jer 7 (si vera 1.); leaf v° (fig.) ; 
leafy couch Ct1"°; fresh, oil 92"; fresh, 
flourishing, pers. (fig., as trees) v® (4+ 0°07). 

Deyn) (4 of foll.; orig. meaning dub.). 

Ty5 n.[m.] badness, evil;—9 abs. Gn 41” 
+4 t.Je; cstr. Ho 9” +4 13 t.;—1. badness, bad 
quality, of cattle Gn 41° (E), figs Je 2474" 29”. 
2. wilfulness, a yr Sx 7°8 (Gerber’ makes 
2 and 4 [inf. of | vb.). 3. ethical, evil, bad- 
ness, only in phr.: pddyn yd evil of doings 

3P2 


v1 


948 


v7 


Dt 28” Is 1° Je 44 21 237? 255 263 44” Hog® | 10. ethically bad, evil, wicked: +a. in gen., 


wy 28* (cf. oddyn 1 18 Pin ye 4. sadness, 
pb “1 Ec 7, 22 9 Ne 2° (cf. [SVT] 2), 

un ¥) 226 
and vb. Pf. 3 ms., is sts. not easy, and opinions 
differ) ;—ms. 1 Gn6?+; YI 31%+; pl. DY) 
13°+; estr. YI Ez 7% (del. Co); fs. TY Gn 
377+37 +t. (this form usu. noun), pl. niv7 288 
+14+.; MY) 417 (18 t. noun);—t1. bad, dis- 
agreeable, malignant: of a woman, *2Y2 NY) 
Ex 21 “(E; perhaps, with changed accent, vb. 


adj. bad, evil (distinction from n., 


S ais. ny) disagreeable, unpleasing in the 
eyes of, pl. Gn 28° (P); of poisonous herb 
2K 4", malignant boils Dt 28° Jb 27, 
diseases Dt 7 28° 2Ch21” Ke 6%, deadly 
sword 7144”, arrows Ez 5", severe judgments 
14°', wonders Dt 6”; DY7 saNdD vy 78%= fierce 
messengers (of God; Ew!™"* Ges! *e) wild beasts 
Gn 3778 (JE) Ly 26°)( EL) Buia 04) ere. 
unclean thing Dt23". +2. bad, unpleasant, 
giving pain, unhappiness, misery: D'y7 DD 
evtl days (of trial and hardship) Gn 47°(P) 
Drs 5 Oe 1s ie Mich a5! 4, tlaseas sachs eeano es 
yan nvyd 43; yin rain evil report Ex 33° (J), 
so NY1 734 Gn 377(JE) Nu 14* (P), yn ow Dt 
224 Ne6, AyD nyiow TN 12’; of things: 
Boa discipline Pr 15", evil occurrence 1 K 

‘, evil(-bringing) net Ec 9”, instruments Is 
ay yin rain 53 Jos 23” (D) all evil (injurious) 
things; Y1 it is bad, harmful Is 3" Je 2™; of 
speech, 127, 2D IN Y Gn 24°°(J) in prov., speak 
bad or good=anything at all, y1 Sy awd 
31429 (E), 210 3 YU) 2813”, of the divine 
spirit as producing an ecstatic state of frenzy 
and violence 1 S$ 16**°3 18! 19° (see DY 9). 
+3. evil, displeasing Dyn Dp 7D V2 7 nyy 
18 29/. +4. bad of its kind, land Nu T3 
(J), place 20° (JE), waters 2 K 2”, figs Je247*55, 
king Gn AT ees (E), x7 DD Dt Tee cf. 1 Bs 
0. 00d, 1.08 lowsvalue aiuy 27i0-NI*' ED); 
ef, Mal 188; F31P9 WON’ P13 Pr2o% +6, 
+] comp., worse than, 28 19°; as superl., *¥7 
ba Ez 7" worst of nations (del. Co). +7. sad, 
unhappy : yrrap sad heart (cf. opp. 230, 3) 
Pr 25”; of face Gn 40’ (E) Ne 2?; WB? pa ivi. 
+8. HY1(7)NIwWND IWN devise evil (hurtful) device 
Ez 38" Est 9*, 
disposition or temper : 


+9. bad, unkind, vicious in 
yr) when the mind 
zs vicious, harmful Pr 26”; [\Y¥ Y1 one evil of 
eye Pr23° 28"; MY1 ON Jug™ bad temper. 





yu ox) aD ON Ec 12" whether good or bad. 
+b. of persons, 7 WN 1S 30”; YT DIN W140’; 
mn yan jon Est 7° this wicked Haman, so VI 
=evl man 10", Jb21" Prii” 12° 249 
Dy] = evil men Gn a (J) Je 6” 15” Ez 30” 
Jb 35” Pr 4412" 14 15°; NVI evel women Je 
2. psy pow 12" evil neighbours; of WIT 
Dt 1, DYA Jer3”; TIYI Nur4”* (P), nnawion 
Je 8°; % P92 V1 wicked in the eyes of ” Gn387 
(JE)=1 Ch 2°; /* V2 YIN ALY Nu 32% (R) 
Dit Gs ag. 3" Ju a4 48 t., 06 sf. ot ce) 
aK 21* Is 657 66 Je7™ 32% Pat eases 
prob. also Je 18" (read Y2 for TY). ec. of 
thoughts, WY) Gin 6° 82! (J), YIN IPA Je 3% 7% 118 
1618"; words, my Pr15”. dd. deeds, actions, 
yan a) nwy Di 13" 17°10” Ne 13"; nyy 
niynn Je 3°; yn 733 y 64° 141° Ke 87°; pat 
S28 2k ry See ero. a7 one be 
mit 2K a 2iCh-4™ Hz 20° 33780 5 ema 
wwwyo Ezr 9™; mddyp Ze 14 Ne o® (ef. 4 4); 
y7 Y¥2 Hb 2°; any Je23%; myn(m) mayin(7) 
Ez 6" 8° (del. Co); DWD2 NYT 1D 55" for 
evil deeds are in their dwelling. 

Ly 
injury, calamity ;—abs. Y1 Nuri’+, Y03 Ex 
5° +, ¥2 Gn 48°+4;—t1. evil, distress, adver- 
sity: VINM fear evil y 23* Zp 3%; YANN Is 
457 (of God), yn xan 317; Y1 D2INND Nu ri} 
(J) murmuring respecting distress (see Di); 
yr.ox) to oN Je 42° whether prosperity or 


Jb 30, 26 


n.m. evil, distress, misery, 


ae yn py Am 6° day of calamity; Y0 "2. 


¥ 49°94"; YO NIN INNP 3 Dd Jb 30%; Wa in 
adversity Ex 5°(E) y10°; Yq bby ibn 13%; 

YI2 AW Gn 444 (J); yr Be Pr, yn bop 
cn Ao (E) wy r21’; v.also Mi Tyr 40 Jb.5* 
31% Pri27 19". +2. evil, injury, wrong: 
Hb 2° Jb 2” Pr 21”; yn Hwy, + OY pers. Gn 31” 
(E); S pers. Je 39”; as obj. of awn Ho 7s 
Pr 64 12% 14", DWN wW 54’, Sin o Pr3i™, wpa 
17}, DY 20”, DN yr 41, 127 109%; PID 77 
73° speak about injury; Y DX 13 3b NAzIN xb 
r K 2288= 2 Ch (187) my), x7 yobs yb for 
harm, injury Is 59° Je 7° 257 56° Pr 1°27 
Ee 89; YY Y2 Prix (but rd. Y Gr SS, v. Toy). 
3. ethical evel, Dt30%2814"Is5% Ams" Miye+ 
10 t.5 py AwWY 2K 21° 2Chi2™ 33° Ne o@ 48h; 
yo ya Mi2?; yr anN 37(Qr),y 52°; now Am 
Fae voz Pr Si. yr DND W 36°; ans DNYD leg: 
}2 YI WA consume evil from Dt z 3°+8 t. Dt; 


mw) 


yay Nd 5° (adj.=evil man Hup De al.); 
yn ap yt Gn 2° 3°” (all J), Dt 1%; YW) 7D 
Is 59" 34" 377 Pr3/+8t.; xin yn 9 Ex 32” 
(J) he is set on evil ; Dyn yay 7 nrdsyr yy 
18 25%, cf. Mi 3*(v. 97 3); 90 “D4 deeds of evil 
Je5%; wa niapnn Praitee yy nis yrirg™; nyy 
yn Ezxr?; 3 niawne Pr 5; Y WX 298; 
v7 WIN 28°; 3 NWS 6* (but rd. ¥) Gr Bi Toy). 
my) so mf evil, misery, distress, in- 
jury ;—abs. 7 Gn 26+; cstr. NYT 6°+; sf. 
MI 35' +3 V1 K 2*+; ny Jerr? (txt. 
dub.); D2NY1 1S 12", ete.; pl. NY) Dt 317+; 
fede 44° Exes?- st, ONY 1S 10% +, 
etc.;—1. evil, misery, distress: TY INB Prr®, 
myn(7) AN. Ez 7°; ¢. bY Is 47" (read 483 for 
N83), Je5?+5 t.5 c. & Je 251%; tA NaN 
Word TK. 2177 498 2817448 t. K Je; 4 5y 
1K 9°=2 Ch 7”, Je rg? +6 t. Je+8 t.; 48 
et by Jerg” 36%; myn pir 77845 t.5 AYIT 1D? 
+Ec 12! (i.e., spring days, fatal to old people, 
Wetzst in De®"); MY evils Dt 317°" ""(JE), 
32" (poem), 7 34” 40% 884; TYI NY Am 5% Je 
27-84 et.s fnyII ANT Nurzr” (JE) Ob™ Est 8°; 
Fai Je 44% y-g0% Pr22°= 27%; tHayn Sips 
Dees sa Gn 44" (J) Pri4g™ 24" Ne 1° 
Ben 107": Danis 1415 Oy) by Bn) 
Ex 327" (J) Je 8°+6t.; ¢ bas 28 24% Je 
2673919 42% 2, evil, injury, wrong: FAY nwy 
9912" Je26% 41"; c. OY Gn 26"(J) Jurs® 
ars; ¢. nS Ju 11”; 51869 1K 24+ 4t; 
c. by Je 44"; obj. of vbs. awn Gn 50”(E) Je 
Bee ts tan 23° Pr 3”2 Un Gn 
50”(E) Jug" 4+ 4t.; +5aGn50%(E)18 24% 
fea bro ypaNa3z5(P) iS 240 25% + 4 t.; 
FDU Gn 44! (J) Je 18° 51% y- 35" 38%; TY: 
for harm Gn 31” Ex 23?(E) Dt 29” Ju2” 28 
18" Je21+8t. Je, Amo* Zcr1™” Pr6® He 5”; 
FNYI2 28 16% in thy mischief; NYIA Ex 32” (J) 
for mischief N21 TY) Ke 27; npin NY) Ee 512. 
3. ethical evil, 18 12% 24” 26% Is 47% Je 2” 
+13 t. Je,+ 18 t.,4foll.: TY) MWY Gn 39° 
Dt 318 (J) + 5 t. + Je 18" (Kt, but Qr yn); 
mY AYO Ec 84; my ans Mi 37(Kt); AYN aw 
Je 18° 23% 44°; 1 NYT Wa Ju 20% (v. 1.913); 
mY 5D Je 7% 44°; DIMVI Ny HD Ho rol; 
m dba Jerr”; 9 55 by 19 3252 43>. Wy 107% 
Jer2*; AY WIS Pr 24%. 


[yy] 4, Vb denom. be evil, bad ;— 
+Qal Pf. 3 ms. ¥1 Nu22%*4+3t., Yrx11%; 3 fs. 


949 


vy 


NY) Dt 15° (Ex 21% v. 1. Y2); Lmpf. 3 ms. YY 
(Ges???) Gnor’-es > fe. YIN Dt 285 aanpl, 
Wt Ne 2°;—1. be displeasing: *}¥2Y1 Nuri” 
22 (J), Jos 24% (KE), Je4o* Pr 24% (c. } consec.) 
impf. ‘2a YI Gn 211-7 (E), 48% (J), 18 8° 18° 
2 EL; jater, by y3") Jon 4' or ) yr") Ne 2° 
(intensified by MP1) NY), TP YI 13%. 
be sad; 325 yn) Dt rg 18 18; WB Wi Nees 
3. be injurious, evil: YIN W106” ct went al 
with Moses, pers. subj. 2S 20°; [SY M31 be 
grudging, c. 1 pers., Dt 15° 28°. &. be evil, 
wicked, ethically : °2}Y2 YIN Gn 38"(J)25 117 
Ts 59%; DON YR 1Chai’, + Niph. suffer 
hurts) Impp es mae VN (Vay eer ys 
Hiph.,, Pf. 3 ms. YI Ex5"+; 2 ms. VIN 
PK 17”, ete.>) Lmpf-3-ms, YI Zps1 yy 1k 
16°; 2ms. VIA 445+, etc. Inf. abs. YT 
1812" 1 Ch21”; estr. YIN Gn 317+ 8 t., yi 
Is 1+ 4t.; Pé YD Iso Prx7*; pl. OY Is 
144+;—1. do an injury, hurt: abs. Gn 44° (J), 
Isrii=65>.Je317br4" 24°. opp. SON is4i. 
Je 10° Zp 1” (all in prov. phr.=do anything 
at all, cf. ¥1 2); S yan Gn 19° AQ” Hise 52222 Nig 
r1" (J) 20° Jos 24% (E)+ 5 t.; c. ace, pers. Nu 
16° (J)+4t; ce 3, 1 Ch 16"=yp 105" (ce. by, 
Je25° 74°; c. WY Gn 317 (E); c, Sy 1 K17™ 
bring evil upon ; swear yp, = to one’s hurt, 
15° Lv 5*(P); Pt.=subst. yp p29 Dn 1174 
(shall be) for mischief. 2. do evil, wickedly : 
abs. Gni19/(J) 1S 12%" +46 t.; opp. Don Je 4” 
19° e. (comp, Ult42 16° 2 Kot lene 
JOM LPes acc, pmpoyy AVMs ct LO 26 Lt 
YI evil doer, Is 9° Pr1y*; pl. Je 20% 23% 
p27 +7 t.5 VY Isrh 14%; m3 31°; “PNY 
227; 1D DOP 267; “9p Tid 64%. 

hls [Dy Ty vb. break (Aram, loan-word 
= Heb. /'¥1 q. v.) ;—Qal PFa3 pl. WV Je are: 
Impf. 3 ms, YY Je 15” Jb 34%, 2 ms. sf, DYN 
y 2° (but v. infr.); Inf. abs. ny Is 24” (del. 7 
as dittogr. and read yo, v. Hithpo‘.); Pt. f. 
MYA (2 for AVY) Pr 25":—1. trans. 22 YU 
Moya Je15” can one break tron, tron out of 
the north ? cf. OAD YY Jb 34%; D2va DYN 
bra vy 2° (but rd. OV, vy. I. myn, GSB Hup- 
Now al.). 2. intrans. break = be broken, of 
branches Je 11” (in fig.; Gf Or al.; >Hi Gie 
are in a sad state, WI. yyn); TY Pr 25” @ 
broken tooth (1=¥Y91; Frankenb Niph. Pt. 
nv, cf. Toy, but Niph. not. elsewhere; Vrss 
mY bad).— 9 Is 8° read YI (G Lo Che al., 


FT 
| WNT), ‘Hithpo'. Pf 3 fs.+ Qal Inf. abs. 
(vy. supr.) JOS[F] j nyyany Y Is 24" the earth is 
broken asunder (|| mT 715, npDinn} bin); 
also Inf. estr. yyrninad Pr 18" will be broken 
in pieces (Ges*™*’), ruined, De al., but < read 
miyinn> Vyrss Toy al., v. ny Hithp. ee how- 


ever, Dr Expos, Times xi (1899+ 1900), 230 ae 


iY] vb. trickle, drip, synon. of bt 


IL. Fay (cf. Ar. LBS) 5 flow (of blood), blzed (of 
the nose)) ; —Qal J: rbot 3 mpl. V1}, of clouds 
Jb:367 (ce. sby pers.; || 2%), c. acc. mat. by Pr 
a ie. EY poy vy 65” (ie. fertilizing 
rain); subj. of moistened ground,1372 NiN3, v™, 
Hiph. Jmv. mpl. 32°Y77 Is 45%trickle, O heavens, 
from above (fig.: || PTS 2), 


T [YV || vb. shatter (Aram. VY1 smite, 
shatter; cf. perh. TelAm. rahdsu, Wk] 74™ 8.51: 
% %)5— Imp. 3 fs. INS PY 9 42") Ex 15°; 3m. 
pl. 3971 Ju 10%, ace. pers. (of men; || ¥¥7). 


Ti wy VY vb. quake, shake, intr. (N H= 
BH, so Aram. a3 (rare), and (once) WY toss, 
rage (of sea); Ar, Ue), usu. (225, (o£) (loan- 
word 4), tremble, quiver, quake; cf. perhaps As. 
resu, ey —Qal Pf. 3 fs. WWW Je 8 497, 
nvy) Ju 5° y 68°; 3 pl. wy Jo 2+, ete. 
ae 3 ms, Wy! vy 72", 3 fpl. MIYYIN Ez 26", 

aa dl. pep Je 4s — quake, shake, of 
oes Ju5'=y 689, 25 22°(|| tan) = 185 (|| 22.), 
77% (+199), also Is 137% (c. fD°OY, tyes 
pregn.; || 127), Je51; c.f caus. Je8" 10” 497; 
of PIN "IDI Is 24%; of nee Jo 2° (2B? 
caus. ; ryt 1); ; heavens and earth 41°; mts. Je 44 
Na 8 (12 pers. caus.), ~ 46* (1 caus.); walls 
Ez 26" (ff caus.); DYN v" (id.); Miva 24% 
¢ ae nso Am 9!; all living things Ez 

(IED caus.) ; ; of waving grain y ee 
see YISo nwyy Je 50° 7s made to quake 
(Pip). Hiph. Pf 2 ms. NAVY y60!; rs. 
MPI Ez 3176; 7 eee Heo’; nee 2 ms. 
ai. '37 ms. wAYyIN(A) Jb 30%. ere. PAYND Ltt 
+2 t.;—1. cause to ae subj.”, c. ace. of 
heavens, earth, nations, etc., Hg 2°71, cf. y60'; 
nations + 2p) Ez ar 5 subja man, <."acc. of 
kingdoms Is14¥°(|| P2712). 2. cause (horse) 
to spring, leap (like locust), man subj., Jb 39”. 


TOYA n.m.%” quaking, shaking ;—’9 


abs. 1K 1944, estr. Na 3? Jb 417;—-1. specif. 
earthquake, Ami! Zer4°> 1 Ki1g""”; fig. of 


950 


ND 


’s’s judgment Is 29° Ez 38"; cf. (in vision) bin 
939 323; prob. also 377 (G Thes Co Krae; 
>rustling, rattling, Hi-Sm Toy); hence hy- 
perbol. of shaking of earth by tramping of 
warriors Is 9*, by war-chariots Je 47°, cf. 10”, 
or wheels Na 3”, by war-horse(’s hoofs) Jb 39” 
(-fTa9), 2. quaking, trembling, of pers. 
Hates 3. shaking, quivering, of dart Jb 
41°! (al. rushing sound). 


T ND) vb. heal (NHi in deriy.; Ph. XD4,. 


Syr. \S3 7 eae on Aram, n.pr. epd. with x57 
y. NOON zac aD n.pr. NON | 


Langer)? DH. M783 2eee™ ee 2 At, 15; (and \3)) 
darn, mend, repair, pacify ; Eth. Ga: rich ; 
together,mend ; cf. Ktichenmeister 2¥'* 7: *** G9) 
ee "); —Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 7) Is 6", sf. BRON 
19”, 1 s. sf. consec. PONDS 59, etc.; Impf, 
3 ms. key 2K 208 +, sf, NED Ho Ok Ts: RE 
Hor4?+, MEW (Ges'???) Je 322. 3 fpl. nya 
(id 237 Nib 58, ete.; Imv. ms, 857 Nur2", nay 


p(L deat?) Go. ARDY 41°, etc.; Inf. abs. NibT 


Is 19”; cstr. SBT Ho 5, etc.; Pt. SDT 2K 
20°+, etc.;—heal: 1. lit., a. of God, c. ace. 
pers. Gn 20” (E), 1077" (sf.), c. 5 pers. Nur2™ 
(JE) 2K 20°%. bz of men, abs. Ec 3° (opp.397); 
pt. as subst. healer, physician, Gn 50°? (J) 2 Ch 
To. 2. fig., heal hurts of nation, involving 
“y’s (restored) favour (and, often, forgiveness): 
a. subj.”, c. sf. pers., Ho6' 117 (yet cf. We Now), 
Ex15* (J), Is 19” 5y? Je39° a0 meme 
c¢, acc. DY 2Chigo”, -cracce. (IS 2 Chae 5 
of nation Ho 7%, and (indef. subj.) Is 6” (lest) 
one heal them (=pass., they be healed); ¢. acc. 
of hurt, N32 PM 30”, DY (of land) 60%, so 
maw Ho 14° Je 3” (incl. ‘the conser ae of 
backsliding); c. 5 of hurt y 103°; acc. nation 
(personif.) +} of hurt Je 30” I will heal thee 
of thy wounds (|| JNEWS); abs. Is 19”* (opp. 33), 
Dt 32" (opp.ynd); pt.as subst.healer, physician 
Je 8”. b. human subj., c. 4 of nation, Ho nae 
ef.La2™, 3. a. fig., heal individ. distresses, 
c. sf. pers. Jer7™, c. acc. WhJ=me y 415, 0.5 
pers., a? maw? 147° (i.e. longing exiles, cf. Is 
61°); abs. Jb5* (opp.ynd); pt. as subst. Jb13*. 
Niph. Pf 3 ms. 827) Lv 13%+, 3 fs. 1B 
(Ges'”97) Je51°; 3 pl. 38212) consec. Ez 47°; 
Impf. 2 ms. SBI Je 51°; 3 mpl. HI Ez 47°", 
1B (Ges"*) 2 K 2” etc.; Inf. cstr. SBI Je 
r58+4+, BI (Id™) Je19";—be heated 1 

hit., of pers. 18 6°; +-ace. of disease Dt eas 
subj. disease Ly 13'** 14°; of (bad) water 


857 


2K 2”, salt waters (prediction), i.e. be made 
fresh, Ez 44°°"'; of (broken) pottery, i.e. be 
made whole, Je 19" (in sim.). 2. fig., be 
healed : a. of national hurts, subj. city Je 51°; 
involving forgiveness and ’"’s blessing, impers. 
c. 5 of people, s20°NED Ts 53° i.e. healinc has 
come to us. b. of personal distress, subj. pers. 
Jexr7™, subj. the distress 15°. Pi. Pfii'1s. 
‘DNB 2 K 27; 2 mpl. OOXB Ez 344; 1 pl. UNI 
Je51°; Impf. 3 ms, SBY Ex 21° Ze 1138, SBM" 
1K 18"; 3 mpl. BWM Je 64, BIN (Ges>”%) 
8"; Inf. abs. SBY Ex 21";—have healed, heal, 
usu. human subj.: 1. lit., SB7) NB] Ex 21” he 
shall have (him) well healed ; ¢. acc. of altar, 
=repair, 1K 18%; ¢. 5 of water (subj.*) 2K 27. 
2. fig. of healing national defects and hurts, 
ace. pers., Ez34" Zc11%; work at healing, 
treat (acc. of hurt) Je 6“ 8" (both np" Py, 
v. ea Niph. 2), 51°. Hithp. Inf. cstr. of 
purpose, NBINTD, lit., 7 order to get healed, + }'2 


of wounds 2 K 8%=9", go || 2 Ch 22° (rd. with 


®& jD for "3, cf. Be Kau Benz). 

71. S85) n.pr.m. in Benj., 1Ch 8’, Pad] a].— 
i. 857 vy. 7|9.—Vid. also “1 Ma p. 112. 

1, 1. DYND v. sub nB4. 


71.357) n.pr.m. in Saul’s line 1 Ch 8”, 
Paa(a), @L Apaya; v. WH7.—air. “4 v. ADA. 

tT R57 n.pr.m. in Benj., Nu 13°, Papov[av |. 

i [ASD] n.f. remedy, medicine ;— pl. 
abs. NXD1 Ez 307 Je 30%, ni- 461 (all fig.). 

Trae n.f. healing ;—’% abs. Pr 3° (fig.). 

typ n.pr.m. Levite, 1 Ch 26’, Padana. 

TTY) n.pr.m. 1, in David’s family x Ch 
37, Papad, A GL Pada. 
Papaa(s). 3. in Issachar, 77, Papapa, A GL 
Papaa. . descendant of Saul 9%, Papa, 
@L Apaya(=151 8"). 5. post-ex. name Ne 3°, 
Padaia(s). 

Tose n.pr.loc. in Benj., Jos18”, A GL 
lep(a)nA ; unknown. 

TRE , 219 n.m.*°"* healing, cure, 
health (usu. fig.);—abs. SBV Jer4%+, NBW 
8%; estr. SBVD Pri5‘;—1. healing, cure, of 
national woes, Je8"14"°"(|| DiPv), 36°(+F228); 
esp. “2 2 P'S Jer4’* there ts no cure for 
us, 2 Np OyeziGh 26, 2. fig. of pers., 
health, profit, Pr 4” (|| 235), 12% 13% 16"; with 


7 7 42 
2. in Simeon, 4”, 





951 


rm 


spiritual implic. Mal 3%; ’2 [PX Pr 6°= 29); 
"1 ab 14° a mind of health (healthy, composed, 
mind), cf. 1) alone=composure Ke 103; jiwip 42) 
15° healing of the tongue, =a soothing tongue 
(Toy). 8. lit., of disease, “1 PNP a Ch 21: 
tPT))] vb. spread (As. rapadu, stretch 
oneself; Ar. ey prop up, support, aid, give, 
ef. Pi. infr.; Sab. ntp" pl. protection, guard, 
CIS™2* 48, of. Sa aN terraces DHM*™*);— 
Qal Jmpf. 3 ms. 127) Jb 41” he (the crocodile) 
spreadeth a threshing-sledge upon the mud 
(leaves marks upon it from his scales), Pi. 
Pf. 1s. of couch (fig.) S489 NB Jb 17%; then 
(spread out any support, hence) Jmv. mpl. sf. 
‘BI Ct2° support me with apples (|| 320). 

T [aT] n.f. perh.support (cf. Ar.supr.), 
i.e. back, or arm, of palanquin; sf. iNT7 Ct 
3°; G avdkdrov, B reclinatorium. 

t OD n.pr.loc. station of Isr.at Exodus 
(in P), Ex17!19?; OVD 17°5Nu33%"; Padideur. 
—TEW v. p. 75. 

A m7 vb. sink, relax (NH id.,so Aram. 
ND (der. spec.), Zinj. nbn Aph., }$5; Ar. ials) 
an easy life is perhaps akin) 3—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 
Ju rg? (yet v. infr.); 3 fs. KNB Ju 8? Je 49%, 
etc.; Impf. 3 ms. NBN Is 5™, AD Ex 4°(v. infr.), 
etc.;—1. sink down, of hay in flame Is 5; sink, 
decline, of day Ju rg? (si vera 1; GL kékdexer, 
GFM 78) [but how expl. the difficult nD4 ?]). 
Usu. 2. sink, drop (of wings, v. Pi.), of hands, 
c. 11) Ne 6° thetr hands will drop from the work 
(in fear); elsewh. abs. fig.=Jlose heart, energy, 
25 4) Ils13"Je 6 noe HZ 7s a1 Zp 37°; oa 
om. Je49™%. 8. sink, relax, abate, of temper 
Jao: (4.090 pers.). 4. relax, withdraw, 
subj.*, > pers. Ex 4** (J), i.e. let one alone (but 
rd. perh. 1"), v. Hiph.). Niph. P:. pl. 0°52 
gles tix 5 (J).) Bic Pos mse be27 3 
Impf. 3 fpl. HE Ez1™”; Pt, NBD (Ges 
sBrr) Je 38'; pl. DSI Ezr 4*;—causat.: let 
wings drop Ez 1” (rd. Qal, O7°525 subj., G Co 
Toy Krae al., who del. inv”); loosen and let drop, 
girdle of mighty, fig. for weaken them Jb 12”); 
c. acc. hands, fig. for enfeeble, dishearten Je 384 
Ezr 4’. Hiph. Jmpf., 3 ms. sf. JBY Dt 47+; 
juss. 2 ms. 0) Jos 10°+, etc.; Jmv. ms, BW 
Jurr™ 2K 4%; I Dt ot+; mpl. 321 46"; 
causat., 1. leé drop, the hand 28 24%=1 Ch 
21”; fig., +/9 pers., =abandon, Jos 108 (J); 





nD 7 
’ perh. also Cr. om. eee ies ee Ex 4% (rdg. 


80 (an \y 138°; =a ”, c. ace. pers., Dt 4 
31° Jos1°(D),1Ch 28”. 2. det go, sf. pers., 
Ct 3* (opp. nx); fig., acc. (om.) IDW, Pr4*(opp. 
prnn), APIS Jb 27° (opp.id.). 3. refrain, c. 
j pers., ae one alone Juri” Dtg", #2 of 
anger 1348; c. 5 pers. rS11° 2K 47} ace. 
pers. Jb 7; abs. let alone, i.e. do nothing, be 
quiet, 18 15°° p 46" (cf. Weir in Dr**% 78), — 
Je3” Jbs* 460! v.83). Hithp. Pf. 2 ms. 
MmsInI Pr 24” hast shewn thyself slack ; Pt. 
NBD 18° one shewing himself slack, pl. DSN 
Jos 18°.—Vid. also 82) heal. 

Trp adj. slack ;—abs. 4, of people, Nu 
13% (J); estr. OT NEI 2 $177, i.e. weak (|| 92"); 
fpl. NiDT OD, fig. of discouragement and fear 
Is 35° Jb 4%, Cf. /Qal 2. 

TEEN Ges) **, or PD} Sta! ef. Kot] 
n.[m. | sinking ;—cstr. O° |) Je 4473 sinking 
of hands, fig. of helpless terror. 

‘Eat: Mm), 1: NDT as n.pr.m., alw. c. art. 
Ha-Rapha (perh. der. fr. n.pr.gent. 11. D'N5), 
q-v.);—TBV 28 218, c. prep. a Yo a 
NDIND 1 Ch oe. ;—only as parent, mn sea 
28 21618 (= DXDT ebony 1 Ch 20%); mnt ab. 

vy? || t Ch 20°8,—1, 127 v. sub NDI. 


ti. OMSD) n.m.’?%° pl. shades, ghosts 
(by most connected with above »/, as sunken, 
powerless, ones, Sta®**; Ph. DNB") ; —Wisd. 
Lit. and late, name of acai in Shel, c. art.’ 
Jb 26°, elsewhere nearly = n.pr.: “9 Is14° (in 
She'd), 264 (|| ON), y 88""(|| zd.), Pr 278 (|| Md), 
9’ (in Cine’ *pldy), DYNET 00? 217°; of righteous 

ae Is 26” earth shall cast forth ‘a (|| PHP). 


TI. D RD n.pr.gent. old race of giants 





(perh. ih a, as extinct and powerless, v. esp. 
WRS in Dr?®?"; or as shadowy, vaguely 
known, Schwally24¥ 27a». Bee. RLSO NS ba 4s yee 
ancient inhab. of Canaan [W. of Jordan ?], Gn 
15° Jos 17 (JE), ef. 1 Ch 204 (y. 11.957 supr.) ; 
hence “1 P2}, plain 8. of Jerus. 28 5%” 23% 
i1Ch 11 14° Is17° Jos15°18"°(P); 9 E.of Jordan 
Dt 2" (|| DPV; tall, cf. v”), v? (|| zd. tall; = 
Zamzummim); in Bashan, Gn 14°, Og the last 
of them Dt 3” (of huge size), Jos12* 13” (D); 
PIS vy? (P) 38 (JE). G Padaew| |; of ylyarres 
Gn 14°+ 4 t.; rdv Tirdvoy 28 5°? 4 (GL) 23%. 


MP4 v. 7] sub A. 


952 


“T29 
tmp n.pr.m. in Ephr., 1 Ch 7”, Pady| a]. 
75 n.pr.m. vy. sub ND. mH v. 55. 
tT DD") ; wp7 vb. stamp, tread, foul by 


stamping, treading (N H D5 tread, Syr. nS; 
ef, Ar. 53) ) ick); —Qal Impf. 2 ms. DBM Ez 
92”, c. acc. Tiversy 2 aupl: nvenn 34'8. WNiph. 
Pi. VE PYS Pras a ‘fountain befouled. 
Hithp. (stamp oneself down, then fig.), Jmv. 
ms. DBI Pr 6° humble thyself, become a sup- 
plant (RV™ Toy bestir thyself, as conject.); Pt. 
D2 OSI DEIN y 68°! stamping, trampling, 
down pieces of silver (?), obscure and prob. crpt., ° 
see conjj. in Bae al. and DIB supr., ad fin. 

ih [we 2] n.[mm.] (water) befouled (by ~ 
trampling);—cstr. 2°27] BEV Ez 34”. 

t [77557] n.[f. |raft (etym.dub.; NHonce 
NID] bench or stool on which feet rest} ;—pl. 
nitDD1 2 Ch 2” (late |] for N27 1K 5”). 

TET vb. Po’. shake, rock (Aram. 7B), 


25 move gently; Ar. 3) quiver, , flash, throb ; 

also NH 9127 flutter, Gs 3; 3) flutter, flap 

wings) ; —Impf.3 mpl. Dee DY Jb 26". 
t[pa 1] vb. Hithp. support oneself, 


lean (Eth. C8: reclinare, accumbere ad men- 
sam ; cf. Ar. G3) be gentle, bind camel's arm to 
prevent going quickly ; 3p, NH p219,J Aram. 
NPE, elbow) ;—Pt. £. NPBIND Ct 8° (c. DY pers.). 


WEI v. Dp.. 
WD (of foll.; NHY2] = BH; Schult- 


hess™ ep. Ar. 4&3) talk or act bees and 
a Syr. JN95 slag, refuse (not in PS Brock al. ))- 


Tw n.[m.] mire ;—Is 57° (+0). 
t[ne4] n.{m.] appar. eta bier stall (NH 


ad. nfs dub.; Thes fr. 954, cf. Ar. SF * enclosure 


for sheep cl goats, but no eran meaning 
of }54 known) ;—pl. D°N) Hb 3” (for cattle). 


velcoicmen ihe 
T [XS] vb. si vera L., || form of yo run, 
Inf. abs. S\¥) Ez1™, but rd. S133 (83) Hi-Sm 


Co Toy, cf. Krae Berthol al.; @ om. verse and 
most mod. think interpol.—Vid. also Ay4. 


t [TS] vb. Pi. watch stealthily, or with 
envious hostility (Ar. 5-2) watch or wait (oft. lie 


ms4 


in wait) for ; A1 Ecclus 14” observe stealthily, 
so once Aram. 737) Levy ¥W*'- *) ;_only Jmpf. 
2 mpl. TSI y 68" (fig. of mts., c. acc.). 

T ms) vb. be pleased with, accept 
favourably (NH id., will, be willing; Ar. (s2) 
(orig. 9) be well pleased with, No™Ghy Go: 
pane Na favour Clo. Pel cf! Homi chrest 
#8 ps7 good, acceptable, CTS * 0. 1:9 GEN Ohta 
coin, good, Id™~*45; Aram. SY1, INS have 
pleasure in, cf. II. NY7 supr.);—Qal Pf. 3 ms. 
" Ee g’; sf. OX1 Je 14”; 1s. NIN Ez 437 
consec. (metapl. Ges'”"™; Aramaism, Krae; 
but Co M3), etc.; Impf. 3 ms. ASV y147"°+, 
gf. JS) Mal 1°; 3 fs. juss. YU Ly 26%; 2 fol. 
MYIN Pr 23° Kt (<Qr AWA, />y9, cf. Toy), 
ete: Imv. 137 p 40" 119'%; ee estr. MIS Pr 
16’ bre, ees e sil 144) 140 28h, an Je 
1417; pass. WX Est ro%, cstr. 337 Dt 33%;—1. 
be pleased with, favourable to: a. of Ged, c. 
acc. pers. Is 42’ y+ 44°147" Jb 33”; c. acc. rei 
) 85? 1 Ch 29” Pri6’ Ecg’; c.3 pers. ~149'; 
eeremes7ar ior cabs. y77°. b. of mem: ¢ 
acc. pers., subj. father Mal 1%, || 3n& Pr 3”; of 
brother Gn 33” (JE), monarch 2 Ch 10°; c. ace. 
rei y 62° 102° Jb 14° Pr 23” (but v. eee 
ce. 2 rei 1Ch 29° ¥ 49"; OY pers. Jb 34° Wy 50"; 
pt. pass. “¥) Saas acceptable to Dt 33” 
(poem), Est 10%. 2. accept: of God, c. ace. 
pers., ee 2 24 so oui se 14122 Ez 
Bo 427» c. ace. oi sacrifice Dt 33" Mal 1° 
W5i® rr” 8: c. 2 of sacrifice Mi 6’; abs. Am 
Bo. be pleased: a. determined, c. inf. y40™. 
b. c. 2 pers. 1Ch 284. 4. make acceptable, 
satisfy (by paying off debt), subj. land, paying 
off its sabbaths (Di Dr al. accept, be satisfied 
with [in payment]) Lv 26*** 2Ch 36”, c. acc. of 
guilt incurred (ji) Ly 26 (< point all these 
as Hiph., so SS Gerber). MNiph. Pf. 3 ms. 
WY Ly 1* Is 40°; Impf. 3 ms. WY Ly 784, 
etc.;—1. pass. of Qal 2, be accepted, of sacri- 
fices, c. 5 Pers ivel 2 2-7 e ce 5 of sacrifice 
2277; abs. 7” 19/. 2. pass. of Qal 4: 
AY N12 Is 40? her punishment is accepted (as 
satisfactory). Pi. Impf. 3 mpl. ¥2) Jb 20”, 
c. ace, DYD4 seek the favour of the poor (but Bu 
SS Gerber from yy5). Hiph. Pf. 3 fs. 0397) 
(Ges!®™) consec. Ly 26% the land shall pay off 
her sabbaths (acc.), cf. Qal4. Hithp. /mpf. 
3 ms. NIN 18 29% with what shall he make 
himself acceptable unto (8) his lord? + 3 mpl. 
win Ho 4” G We Now (for MT y75%) they 
shall not have delight. 


953 


me 


Tyas n.[/m.] goodwill, favour, accep- 
tance, will;— abs. “1 Dt 33%+; estr. fis? 
W145! +3; sf. 2¥7 Is 60", 1387 Dn 8+, etc. ;— 
1. goodwill, favour: a. of God, Dt 33" Is 60” 
v ie Bore te 89° to64 Pr 92 I 2? ro fy ny 
Is 49° P69"; 7 Di Is 58°; “NI HL | 722 
Dt 33”; opp. ee Peri ee> roe, Dirck 
men: in gen. Pr 10” 117 14°; of kings v® 16" 
Tu: 2. acceptance, of persons, offering 
sacrifice, mm 9205 myid Ex 28* rae c. 5 pers. 
for acceptance for him before ; c. sf. ce 
joy Ly 1°; abbrev. D2? j3¥2 22%, nasynd 19° 
Joa 2 5 nyid pipe? ce 56’ Je6™ 19” (of 
words ; of. Ho 14°); jx by Is 607 (read Dy so 
Codd., v. Gi, also Du), piy7 Mal 2”. 3. will, 
dre pleasure : a. of God, ‘7 nwy do his well 
Ezr 10% 40° 10371 143". b. of man, nvy 
jnyn2 do according to his will, exactly as he 
pleased, Dn 8* 11°66 Ne 9% Est 1° 9°, cf. Ne 
go; desire y145'°" 2 Ch15”; =self-will Gn 
49° (poem). 

T nen n,pr.f. et loc. ( pleasure, beauty) —— 
1. f. daughter of Selophehad of Gilead Nu 26% 
24136" Jos17°; Gepca. 2. loc. old Can. cy 
Jos12™, early cap. of N. Isr. (until Omri)1K 14" 
(ANSAN), Peet Goh eM Capea, Usd. Ocpad 5 
Menahem’s base of operations 2 K 151*!° (Gap- 
o(e)Aa Ww, useb Coun 2 Mack le cpm OapaiAc, 
village of Samaritans in Batanea, and Buhl 
Geogr-247 conj. Testl, 20 m. KE. of Lake Gennesaret, 
but this too remote); in sim. of beauty (om. &) 
Ct 6* (|| Ddvian’) ;—site not certain; conj. are: 
Talldza, just N. of Mt. Ebal (Rob?*™"), 
Tayasir, c. tom. further NE., > et-Tire, 8. of 
Gerizim (see, on these, GASm%*? Buhl 
Geogr. 203 iN glen Hast. DB. cos 


TS vb. murder, slay (N H (rare, also 
in deriv.)=BH; cf. Ar. ¢ 3), 33) break, bruise, 
crush) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 1} Nu 35, NY" 
Dt 22%; 2ms.AN¥1(0)1K 21"; Lmpf.3ms.031 
Nu35” Dt 4”; 2ms.(¥-) NSN Ex 20%= Dt BY; 
Inf. abs. 187 Ho 47 Jey; Pt. act. me Diro’ +. 
49 47+ ee irae slay, with premeditation, 
Ex20¥(E)=Dt5",Ho4?Je7°1K 21"*(all abs.); 
c, acc. pers. Dt 22%, unawares Dt 4”; slay as 
avenger Nu 357°(P; || N20 v'*!); esp. pt. as 
subst.= slayer, manslayer, without intent, Dt 
4 19°; also in P: Nu3g%112526-2738 Jos 2934.6 
2.1 19-71-27-32-25 (van d.H., Baer, v** Gi; all P); mur- 
derer, with intent, Nu Re Ieee aay ot « 


nn 9 


also Jb244%. WNiph. Jmpf. 1s. O88 Pr 227° 
TL shall be slain; Pt. fs. as adj, NOS130 nw Ju 
20' the murdered woman. Pi. (intens.) murder, 
assassinate: 3 mpl. WT! Ho 6° (abs.), FD 
94° (ace. pers., || 727); y62*y. infr.; Pt. ns, 
as subst. 2 K 6° murderer, assassin ; oh pens 
Is1* assassins. Pu. fan 2 mpl. N¥W 62%, 
so Baer Gi, van d. H. 39379, but Ben Napht. 
Pi. 98H (Baer'’), so Vrss Hup-Now De Che 
Bae al. ye murder (or batter, shatter). 

Try n.[m. | shattering ;— ‘Ninypa ma 
y42" with a shattering in my bones, fig. of effect 
of sneering words (Codd. 13; Ol Gr Che We 
3P12); appar. slaughter Ez ap but © BoF (so 
| AYIA), Co 7327, Houb (in Rosenm) MS, so 
Berthol Toy Krae. 


Trey n.pr.m. in Asher 1 Ch 7°, Pao(e):a. 

Tp n.pr.m. 1. king of Aram, Ahaz’s 
time: 2 K 15% 16° Is 748.8% 9"; Pa(a)o(c)o», 
Pacew. 2. Mure = New.) eajeel 

Ty a) vb. bore, pierce (N T= Bee wag 
Ro, stab violently) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. consec. 
Ex 21° (E) he shall pierce his ear (acc., 3 instr.). 

T YYW n.[m.] boring-instrument, awl;— 
abs.’ Ex 21° (BE), Di 15”. 

ras FS] vb. fit together, fit out, si 
vera |, (Ecclus 43°°id. Pi. pave (fig.; si vera Li 


As. rasdpu, join together, build; Ar. Wis, join 
together, cf. DHMY"'*, Sab.y¥5, ODS Ta’ Hal 
A eT poe nie Rees. 253, arrange ina line; 
cf. Aram. SDBY", 13,5, NH 7b¥4, all = pave- 
ment) ;—Qal Pt. pass. MANS FIV DIN Ct 3° cts 
interior fitted out (?) with love (Gr al." ebony). 

ih Mas) n. f. pavement; — abs. “" Ez 


ove Oste, ny) Est 1° (van d. H. MBS, 
nB-); — pavement, inEzek. ’s temple, Ez 40 37388 
42°; Sol.’s temple 2 Ch 7°; in a palace Est 1°, 


T mp3 n.f. id. ;—cstr. DIN 9 2K 16". 
Le AS) (vot foll.; prob. glow, cf. Ar. Lis, 


heated stone, 3; cauterize, roast; Syr. J&s5 
bread baked in ashes( coals), cf. Rob?*** 1.2”), 


ti. ME) n.f. glowing stone (or coal) 
Welst-u- Jud, Gesch. (3) *) ;— fom abs. Is 6 pl. nay 
DOS) 1 K 19° (cf. Syr. supr.). 

TANT n.pr.loc. conquered by Assyr. (As. 


4, pan 

fiasappa, COT?*™™ Schroee’ DItsaaranron, 
=‘Pyodda Ptol” ae —2K 19"=Is 37”, Pasa: 
Pade; mod. Rusdfa, between Palmyra and the 
Euphrates D1" Peters “Pp *?, 


yu. THN n.pr.f. concubine of Saul, 2 8 37 
2180, Pega, 
DDS) v. 1. NBS), 


TVS] vb. crush (NH= Boy Are 


bruise, bray, crush; Aram. YY, SS cr Bh 
shatter); -—Qal Pf, 2 ms. sf. 21 18 24s rs. 
‘iN v5; Impf. 3 ms. 73 (Ges*"9) lsi42: (Coa. 
Bab. yiny Niph., so SS here and Ec12°*), 3 fs. 
YW Ee 12°, 1s. POS war8l=—/OS 2 BS 22g, 
infr.); Pt. act. fpl. Ni¥¥9 Am 41; pass. P87 Is 
42°+, estr. 87 Ho 5"; pl. BS Is 58°;— 
crush: 1. lit., a. pt. pass. in PAY1(T) 132(9) 
2K 18" = Is 36°, Is 42° (all metaph. of weak 
pers.). b. impf. intrans. get crushed (rd. 775 4), 
of bowl Ec 12° (in metaph.). 2. fig. crush, 
oppress, acc. pers. 18 12°* Am 4!; pt. pass. Dt 
28°5, as subst. the oppressed Is 58°; DBWID YX) 
Ho 5" (We Now YS), ie. perverting judgment, 
but dub.); intrans. get crushed (rd. 7 2), of ser- 
vant of , under fig. of wick, Is 42* (+193) he 
shall not grow dim or be crushed out. WNiph. 
be crushed, broken: Pf. 3 ms. consec. 713) (Ges 
*7t) Eer2°” (of wheel at cistern); Jmp/f. 2 ms. 
7A Ez 297 (of Pharaoh as reed, cf. Qal 1a); 
Jb 20” rd. perh. 387) (for 87, v. n¥7 Pi), are 
crushed (as) poor men, Bu, cf. Hoffm SS Gerber, 
—Is42?Ec12°*y.Qal. Pi.crush in pieces: 1. 
lit.(in metaph.) Pf. 2 ms. A¥81 p 74 ¢. ace. rei. 
2. fig. = grievously oppress, 3 ms. 731 Jb 20”; 
Impf. 3 ms. Dyn fr em 2Ch16" Poel 
Impf. 3 mpl. xy Juro®, acc. pers. (= Pi. 2; 
lyyn; yso here perh. deuhiee So GFM vg ie 
Bu Now). Hiph. Jmpf. 3 fs. yA (Ko po 
Bathe Sih Gee Thinks Qal) Ju” she crushed 
his skull. Hithpo’. recipr., Zmpf. 3 mpl. 
mapa D3 WAN Gn 25” (J) the children 
crushed (thrust, struck) one another within her. 


Ty] n.[m.] usu. piece, bar (?), in phr. 
D2 IS DEIN y 68", but very obscure and 
dub.; ; Aq. B wheels; & Sve ‘BY; Che 333 
ADD, or “2 YS23, or (JBL™ 125) ’5 wha (i. e. 
mercenaries); Pott We -t3 sa Du JB ‘Nites 

fu. Ma n.f. crushing, oppression ;— 
Je22 (+ Pev). 


Piv. I. ppr; pry. P2; Pv. IL pps. 


3P7 
[2p] vb. rot (NH id.; Aram. 3p in 


deriv.) s—Qal Impf. 3 ms. 327) Is 40” (of tree); 
fig. 327) D yy OY Pr ro! (Krochm al, AP” be 
cursed, Es a2p, cf. Toy). 


Ta) n.[m.] rottenness, decay (always 
fig.); "5 abs.; appar. of ravages of worm, in 
APA Ma, in fig. Ho 5? (|| MY), of. Ib 13° (||zd.); 
Bintere of nee of bones, caries (in fig.), 
“DS¥2 ’— Hb 3% Pr 12", cstr. OXY 3P7 14. 

Than n.{m.] id.;—1 7? Jb 41 wood of 
rottenness, =rotten wood (in fig.). 


rTP vb. skip about (NH Pi. Hiph.= 


BH; so Aram. 7?) Pa., -63 Pa.; As. rakddu, 
skip, dance ; Ar. 35, Ix. run with leaps and 
bounds, o'55, leaping up briskl y) ;—Qal skip 
about, Pf. 3 cot 17 114! (of mts., D582) ; 
Impf. 2 mpl. 7PM v° (id.; both of sina? quak- 
ing at law-giving); Inf.cstr. TiP7 NY Ec 3a time 
to mourn (75D), and a time to skip about (gaily). 
Pi. dance, leap: Impf. 3 mpl. 1?7V Is 13” (of 
Dyy); MPN Ib 21” (of children ; merrily), 
Jo2° (of locusts) Pt. 2M) 1Chi5” Gt David; 
= 13731 , HEN, in || 256% 16). fs. T7209 Na 3? (of 
jolting Potiote) ine 2 20 ~ ins. “PN L will 
dance, after” v3), @ ThWe DrBuHPS (7222). 
Hiph. Jmpf. 3 ms. sf. OVP y 29° he (*) made 
them skip like calves (trees, by lightning). 
Mpdv. 1 per. PP dv. IL pps. 


T [TP] vb. mix, or compound oil, oint- 
ment a denom.; in this case ¥/ meaning 
unknown; NH has NOP ointment; Ph. npr 
either spice-miner (Bloch) or spice-dealer (Lizb); 
perh. akin to As. rikku, spice, Meissn’"?"!, cf. 
rikké, Di ce) 3>—Qal Impf. 3 ms. NP" Ex 30%; 
Pt. 027 v*, §5 342 Ec 10!; pl. estr. iP 1 Ch 
9 ;—mix, compound, Ex 30° (P; 33, ie 
eu hing like the holy oil); pt. as subst. 025 

npn 1 Ch 9* compounders of the ointment ; 
as a Peon name, mixer, perfumer, Ex 
3075 34% Ecro’*. Pu. Pt. mpl. O20 2 Ch 
164 mixed as ointinent. Hiph. Inf. abs. APA 
np wn Ez 247 (|| ON), as Imv., spice the spic- 
ing (2), i.e. spice (the meat) i but very dub., 
Krae prop. P1273 Pl) empty out the broth. 


Try n.{m.] spice ;—17 {*. Ct 8? wine, 
(that oe spice (i.e. spiced ie 


qe n.[m.] spice-mixture, perfume;— 


of holy oil, HPA ney mee “1 Ex 30”3 of 
incense, npin nyyr sy v3 


955 


BP 
Tne] n.m. ointment-maker, per- 
fumer ;—only in phr. D'72P177 Ja Ne 3°, i.e. one 
of the perfumers, i.e. of that guild. 

TLanpl n.f. (female) ointment-maker, 
perfumer ;—pl. ninP2 1 § 8% (4 ninay, nips). 

t [mpnr] n.|m.] perfumery ;—pl. sf. 109 
Is 57° thy perfumertes, unguents. 

T [np] n.{m.| spice, perfume (of 
cheeks); pl. DPV) Ct 5™ (v. also Da 3). 

Tanpq n.f. 1. ointment-pot, in which 
ointment is compounded, Jb 41” (fig.). 2. 
spice-seasoning (4); as acc. cogn. v. / Hiph. 

Tnmpw n.f. 1. ointment-mixture. 2. 
ointment-pot (?);—1. abs. 27 ‘MP9 1 Cho”; 
“O NPV Ex 30%, =. “HD 2 Ch 164 tn an 
ointment-pot(?), or as an ointment-mixture. 

{0 P] vb. variegate (N H id.; so Ar. 
w3y Eth. 2an;, cf. ¥ O29, NMP variegated cloth 
or skin, Syr. |Nsdosl’” icant), —Qal Pi. act. 
DP, as subst. variegator, worker (weaver) i in 
peu c,. mater. Ex 38”, 7) AWN) WAN NaN 
35°; esp. 7 wy variegator’ s work 26% oe 
28 == 3693)? 30°° (all Ps vallres mater exe: 
28"), Pu. Pf 1s. M32) ~ 139” L was skil- 
fully wrought (woven, || 73D v"’). 

TDP A n.f. variegated stuff (woven or 
embroidered) ;— abs. 9 Ju 5%+; sf. NP Ez 
168. D268 da, ony In 5% saphimMep? 
v 45";—(piece of) variegated stuff, Ju5””, 
for garments Ez 161%°"* 271° 45"; explicitly, 
7) "712 Ez16* 26%; 9 appar. = variegated work 
ant. fig. of auras plumage 17°; of varie- 
gated stone 1 Ch 29%. 

Tops n.pr. 1. m. a. aking of Midian Nu 
aut (Poxou), Jos 137! (PoBox, A Poxou, & Opoxop), 
b. a ‘son’ of Hebron 1 Ch 24, Pexou, Poxop, 


Poxnp. ©. name in Gilead 1 Ch 76, GL Pakap, 
2. loc. in Benj., Jos to Naxav, A@L Pexep[v]. 


c [y Pp] vb. beat, stamp, beat out, spread 
out (N H td.; Hiph., Aram. YP Aph., both 
spread out, and deriy.; Syr. 69 press down 
(Lk 6° G), spread out, also consolidate; Ar. 
& patch, put on a patch, repair, cf. Chr.-Pal. 
hr oiso patch, \K 109020 swaddling-bands, 
Schwally**"; Ph. yp platter, or bowl, of 
gold CIS**");—Qal Impf. 1 8. sf. DYPIS 28 


WPA 
22°J will stamp them down (prob. gloss to DBS 
preceding, ef. Bae); Imv. 2213 YP) Ex 6” 
beat (stamp) with thy foot, in token of con- 
temptuous pleasure, cf. Da (|| J222 7237); so 
Inf. cstr. sf, 2212 WH 25° (||P IND); Pe. act. 
as subst. estr. (Ges'®*) PINT YP (i.e. ”) he that 
(beateth out) spreadeth out the earth Is 42°, YO) 
‘81 44°, “NT BBA y 136% 
wyPI AMD Is 40" a goldsmith with gold over- 
layeth it (lit. beateth it owt); 3 mpl. “N¥ 3PM 
AN} NB Ex 30° they beat out the plates of gold ; 
sf, NBY DPI Nu 17‘ they beat them out as 
plating. Pu. Pt. YPM *D2 Jero® silver beaten 
out. Hiph. Jmpf. 2 ms. pypnvip wy ypPran Jb 
378 canst thou make with(=like) him a spread- 
ing for clouds (spread out clouds; cf. Y*?})? 


Typ n.m.°"** extended surface, (solid) 
expanse (as if beaten out; cf. Jb 37'*);—abs. 
“5 Ez 1” +, estr. 7 Gn 14%+;—G orepeoua, B 
Jirmamentum, cf. Syr. sub V supr.;—1. (flat) 
expanse (as if of ice, cf. M27 PPS), as base, 
support ( Wk] Ate. Forsch, aD) Ez J 72.28.25 (gloss ? 
cf. CoToy), v (supporting ’’s throne). Hence 
(Co™?”) 2. the vault of heaven, or ‘firmament,’ 
regarded by Hebrews as solid, and supporting 
‘waters’ above it, Gn 157778 (called DMDY ; all 
P), y 19? (|| Dw), 9 ADF Dn 123; also 7 
DYOWT Gin 14537, “WI 9 YBTPY vy?" (all P). 


TLyapr] n.{m.] expansion ;— pl. cstr. 
DD ‘YP? ON’ WY Nu rz expansions of plates, 
i.e. they shall be beaten into broad plates. 


I. Ppp) (7 of foll; Ar. 4) be thin, also 
fig. be weak, slender, scanty, etc.; Eth. 2b; be 
thin, 2BP; thin; Syr. 03 Pa. Aph. make thin, 
waro5 thin). 

Pp t1. adj. thin ;—fpl. M)P1, of kine, Gn 
417927(|| y84 NDT). 2.,,, adv. with restrictive 
force, only, altogether, surely (syn. ]%);—a. 
only, Gn 14" 41° FID DN DIT P21 only as 
regards the throne, ete., 47% D°750 NOW Pl 
M22 ND, so® Ex 8° AYNYA WNYB Pl, 107 7DY 
mY NYT PD YO only this death, Dt 2® (cf. 20% 
Jos 8’), 31 Ju 6® (cf. JS 76. Gn 18” Ex10”), 
r1™ (circ. cl.) ATV NT Pl (there being) only 
she, an only one, 18 1° Am 37 ‘nyt DONN Pr 
only you have I known, etc., Jb 122251719 mi s1N) 
"12> 28 Pl Lonly, yor + oft. Once strength- 
ening J8, +Nu 12? 9 134 NADAS Pan, And 


956 


Pi. /mpf. 3 ms. sf. | N 
} me pass through on my feet (cf. Dt 2); esp. 


per 

separated (as sts. in English) from the word 
actually emphasized, Pr 13" A¥2 JA} PW Pl 
by pride there only cometh [jD3 1 z] contention. 
b. prefixed to sentences, to add a limitation on 
sthg. previously expressed (or implied), Gn 19° 
only to these men do nothing, 24° 22N¥ Pd 
man avin-nd, Ex 8* I will let you go. .., only 
go not far, v” Nuzo” only—it is nothing—let 


in Deut. writers, as Dt 10% 12 20" 1 K 37° (ef. 
2K rat 144154), 8% 118 154% 2 K 3? (cf. 14° 
17°), etc., Is 41; emphasizing a command, Dt 4° 
123 Jos 1786" 12° 22°\(all|D) acacia 
sizing single words, esp. adjj.,only=nought but, — 
altogether, Gn 6° Y2 P2122 Naw 7 is only 
evil, i.e. exclusively evil, nought but evil, Gn 
26% JID Pl TOY WY nothing but good, Dt 28% 
PWY PIN, Is 28! HY Pl it shall be nought 
but terror to, etc., 1K 14% (cf. JS 2b); sq. 
an ady. Dt 28" ADYS> P1 MN above only; sq. 
avb., Jur4 thou dost but hate me. +d. after 
a neg., save, except (syn. ON °D 2 a), 1 K 8° 
(=2 Ch 5”) DONT MIND ‘yw pr aKa py, 15° 
22°(=2Chr18”),2K 17. +e. with an affirma- 
tive,asseverative force, only, altogether=surely, 
Gn zo! min Dips DPN NN PN PI, Dt 4° (so 
EV; but Ges populus mere sapiens, so Di), 
Li2t (2 Chase Ay sae sos pea OND ALY Pa 
ay*ay NO. +f. DN Pl (Pl prefixed for emph.) of 
only, provided only, Dt 15°’) YOWN Yaw DX PI, 
cKO ee 6"°) na ‘33 Ww OX. Pl 
‘9 nobb, 2 K 218 (=2 Gaes. 

TPT n.m. a thin cake, (RV) wafer (cf. 
Ar. als) a thin round cake of bread), always 
of unleavened bread: Ex 29%= Ly 8" Ih&8 9, 
TTS nyo PP? Nu6”, nixp DP? Hix 29° Ly 2! iad 
Nu 6” (all P), 1 Ch 23%.—G Aadyavor. 

Trp n.f. the temple (of the head): Ju4” 
SnpIB TN YEN, v* 5% InpI AEM MyM, Ct 
=o TPL He Nae, 


II. [PP vb. spit (NH, Aram. PP), 05, 
all=BH);— Qal Impf. 3 ms. P* Ly 15%, c. 3 
of pers. spit upon.—Cf, PT). 

TPA n.[m.]| spittle ;—abs.’" Is 50° Jb30” 
(both of contemptuous spitting); sf. 22 7” 
while I swallow (923) my spittle, i.e. for the 
briefest time. ; 

Thipa n.pr.loc. in Dan, “13 Jos 19”, prob. 
doublet of fiPpV4 


in-) 


om..@ Benn Steuern, cf. Di. 


np 
Tnpr n.pr.loc. in Naphtali, Jos 19”; G 
(Opaba) SdaxeO, A Pexxad, GL Paxxad; a Jewish 


trad. identified with Tiberias, Talm 7% ™si!*2> 


Nbr Geogr. 208 f. Buhl Geogr. 226 GASm &°- 447 
uw v. win. 


nw (7 of foll.; cf. NH Hiph. permit, 
Hoph. Ecclus 3”; JAram. NW have power, Aph. 
permit ; OAram. Ww cause, occasion, Lzb *”, 
Nab. allowed, Id"; Syr. Jas is usu. blame ; 
As. rast, possess, rast, creditor; Ar. ( 5a) be 
jirm, wv. make firm ; Eth. ZAR: set, put in, place 


over, prepare, etc.; Sab. wn servant of deity 
eM ordtm 24 2° 080. 32); 


T rw n.[m. ]permission;—estr.9 Ezr 3’. 
MW? v. NWN sub NN. 


it [Oo wy] vb. inscribe, note (N H id. ; so 
Aram. ov, as; Ar. is loan-word No 
ZMG xxix (1875), 327 Fra 137. 250 ;>—Qal Pt. pass. Cc. art, 
as subst. NOX ANID DWI Dn ro” that which 
is inscribed in the writing of truth. 


yw (v OF folls;2 opps pray 3ect. AT, ES 
be loose (of limbs) Kam Frey ; whence perh. be 
(disjointed), ill regulated, abnormal, wicked ; 
NH ye criminal, MYWI crime, vb. Hiph. 
(denom.) declare guilty; Aram. YY) be wicked, 
say Aph. do wickedly, and deriv.; Eth. 20: 
usu. forget, less oft. err, be wicked, E0.0:2wicked 
(loan-word fr. Syr.siad Schwally 24% ass), 1), 

yon ogg 24J- wicked, criminal ; — abs. 7 
Gn 18+; pl. OYO Is 137+; estr. YO p75° 
+3 t.; fs. YW Ez 3% (del. Co), v9 (¥Y1 Co) ;— 
+1. usu. as subst., one guilty of crime, deserving 
punishment ; sts. also wicked; opp. P'S; YW 
fm a2 29 (2H), Dt 25* Pri7 18° 25° Ibo"; 
coll Gnis- (J) Mi6” Pr 28*, oyya 18 
ga Jen” brig” 20° 29°, DYWTDIWAN 2:9 4" 
(murderers), map YW Nu 35% (P) guilty of 
death, byiin Er 25; 5 Cl.20/4a iy ie ee! 
Molen Priy®; 4) S25. Dt 25! K 8 
pod avin 2 Ch 6%; py¥ 92 WN Prog Q, 
guilt y of hostility to God or his people, wicked 
enemies: YY sg. 17" +6 t. wp, Is 267°; coll. 
poo 107+ 6 t.py, Isrr* Hb 3"; pywn + 3° 
y ote t. dp, Is 48” 57° Je 259 Ez 213 
Mal 37! (+(poss.) other cases; often hard to 
decide); specif. of Pharaoh Ex 9% (J), Babylon 
Ts 13" 14°, Chaldeans Hb1**; || 7) *$20 2Ch 


957 


yun 

1074 3. guilty of sin, against either God or 
man, wicked: Dywan owt Nu 16” (J, rebel- 
lious Korahites), Mal 3% (not serving ”), opp. 
PIS; sg. indiv. Hz 3% 21° 33%8y-11°32Pro’+: 
coll; Iseg% Jie 415 360° "spl oe ls po ee 
230=30~, 7p1.y20 Priot Hes. || pom 
18 2° (poem), +12" 50% 97 14525 || FIN WW 
119° 6 Ch Vor at DIN Eble bp 20°7e mire 
VN Pr 21”: 4 qxbn 135 DNA Vit yp 34%: 
+O NY 1! Tb 10% 21% 228; + DOW TIF Je 
12) 151469 Pr 4” 12%; yun Ve uge dina 
AYWIN Ez 33°" (but v. Co, supr.); FPIN(7) YI 
75° 101° r19'? Ez 7” (G Co yyy). YE 1s 

rare before exile; chiefly Ez yy WisdLit. 
Tye n.m.'**:* wickedness ;—abs.’1 Mi 
64 , YW Ee 3"; estr. (perh.) yw 7; sf. WT 
Dt 9% +, ete.;—1. wickedness, as violence and 
crime against civil law Ec 3%; 7 FTN Ts 58* 
fist of wickedness ; 1 MIBYIN v®; 4 on Prak: 
a nod Ez ails /- IND Mi Gi >, ninys vi ef. 
Prio?; wa» 141! Pri23; 4 myy 16"; 
/T RY YW 1S 24" (proverb). 2. wicked- 


| ness of enemies: of Egypt Ez 31" (dub. Co; 


gloss Toy); “97 DAY y 125° (GSS ww). 8. 
wickedness, in ethical relations: || nun Dt 9% 
(D?); || py Jer4™; || ny Ho to"; opp. PI¥ 
Ec aa gs. ian} WIS Jb 348; lian) bays v 84"; aw 
ww Ez 3 33” (v. WYW 8). 


ib [yw] vb. denom. be wicked, act 
wickedly; —Qal Pf. 1s. ‘AYY] 28 227+, 
yyw) 1K 8% 4; Impf. 2 ms. WH Ee 7%; 1s, 
YS Jb 9% 107; —1. be wicked, act wickedly, 
1K 8"=2 Ch 6°) Dn o™ Hey; 4 TON 28 
22" (in departing) from myGod=p18". 2. 
be guilty, Jb9” 10", Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. YY 
2Ch20*; 3 mpl. YY Dt 251 Dn 12”; 1 pl. 
WY 9°, etc.: Impf. 3 ms. YW Pr 127+; 
yy Jb 34”; 3 mpl. jw) Ex 22° ete. Inf, 
estr. YW 1 K 8” 2 Ch 223; Pe. Vw Pr 17"; 
pl. estr. YW Dnr1”;—1. condemn as guilty, 
in civil relations, c. acc. Ex 22°(E) Dt 25} 
po47 Jb 34" Pri7”. 2. condemn as guilty, 
in ethical and religious relations, c. acc. 1 K 
SID Os LO 15n32° 400 390) Er hen len On 
Ba abs. J b347. 3. act wickedly (late), 
in ethics and religion: Jb 34" (denied of ”), 
Ne g® Dn 12” 2 Ch 22°; || non y 106° Dn 9°; 
miyyd ywinn 2 Ch 20®; N32 yer Dn11®,— 
yw 1S147 read YY G Capp We Dr Bu HPS. 


TTIW 


Try n.f. wickedness ;—abs.’9 Isg” +; 
estr. NYY Dt ot+; sf. NYY Dt 25?4;—1. 
wickedness in civil relations, Dt 25° Pr 13° Is 
97; ww bp inywra Pr rx. 2. wickedness 
of enemies, “7 ba Mal 1* (Edom); “17 nxt Zc 
5° (personif,); NYY? Ez5° (del. Co); DIN Ny 
Dt9**. 3. wickedness, ethical and religious, 
™ mwy Mal Bey inywrg YW Ez 187 33%; 
pen(a) may 18 33" 


Tnywrn n.f. wickedness ;—abs.’20 2Ch 
24’ Athaliah the (embodied) wickedness. 
DINU v. 7 (2 p. 469. 


wv ( VW of foll.; Sam. Twa zrritavit, 
incendit; NH 51 flame, Ecclus 43”° qwn 
lightning-flame (tsi vera 1.); JAram. NBU7 
jlame; }w7 as n.pr.div. in OAram. and Ph. 
Lzb 154. 370 Pietschm Phon. 150 ff. EMey”™¢ xxxi (1877), 719 
No ib. xlil (1888), 473 Spiegelberg ZA xiii (1898), 121 Lzb ib. 328 


WMM2s & Eur. 3118 GA Cooke mser 58 SY: 

+1. FW n.m."*° flame, fire-bolt ;—abs. 
’ Dt 32%+; pl. DAY y 78%, estr. BY 764, 
BY Ct8®; sf. MAW v8;—1. flame: US 
Ct 8° cts flames (sc. of NINN, ANIP) are flames 
of fire; 18 Jb 5’= sparks ; "= pointed flame 


of lightning y 78* (|| 772); NYP 7 764 sharp, 


flames of the bow, fig. for arrows. 2. fire-bolt 
of , bringing pestilence and death, Dt 32” (ef. 
Dr; ||) 302), Hb 3°([1 729). 

+31, aw n.pr.m. in Ephr., 1Ch7”; Sapad, 
A Paced, GL Paong. 

TTwwy vb. Po‘el beat down, shatter 
(Syr. wi bruise, grind) ;—Impf. 3 ms. WY 
Je5 one shall beat down thy fortified cities. 
Pu. Pf. 1 pl. WWW Mal 14 we are beaten down. 

nv net, v. W. 


TT] vb. boil (NH id.; Ecclus 43° 
Hiph. make hot; Aram. 10, wigs boil) ;— Pi. 
Imv. ms. 1) causat. Ez 24° cause to boil, bring 
to boiling, c. acc. rel. Pu. Pf. 3 pl. WN) Jb 
307% my bowels have been made to boil without 
quiet (fig. of violent emotion). Hiph. Jmpf. 


958 


AM 


3 ms, AP YD NAY Ib 41 he (the crocod.) 
maketh the depth boil like the pot. 

T[AN] n.[m.] oiling; — pl. sf. 79M 
Ez 24°, as ace. cogn. cause its boilings to boil, 
make it boil vigorously; but rd. 7°90) Hi-Sm 
Co Da (poss.) and all mod. (cf. v**; || nypyy). 

t(D] vb. bind, attach (cf. Ar, ien3} 
thread bound to finger as reminder) ;— Qal 
Imv. ms, 8279 7I3797 DN Mi 1, 

tom n.m.?*™° q kind of broom-shrub, 
broom-plant, retem (N Hid.,; Ar. 455 (on form 
Lag ®8™); & NON, all = BH);—abs. 8 9 
1K 19°, nnw “9 vi Kt (JH8 Qr); pl. DM ww 
pon? Jb 30% (on text v. Bu Che™); YOR ‘na 
~ I 204, Rob®® i, 84, 208, 205, 500 Low No. 313 Post Hastings, 
DB, ‘ Juniper’ Che Ency. Bib. ‘ Juniper’ 

Tram n.pr.loc. station in wilderness, 
Nu 33%; Padapa, GL Papaéa. 

it [PI] vb. bind (Ar. 535 close up and 
repair, sew up; Talm. 820) fenced en- 
closure); —Pu. Pf. 3 pl. 0°12 3PAD Na 3” her 
great ones were bound with fetters. WNiph. 
Impf. 3 ms. POY Ee r2® Qr (pha Kt), from 
context = be snapped, broken ; read prob. PN3? 
(Pfannkuche Thes and mod.). 

t [APN] n.[f.] chain (?);—pl. estr. Nip) 
DD Is 40", 

Trim n.[m.] chain (on form Lag™ oe 
abs. NYY Ez 7, i.e. for captives, but very 
dub.; Co pips} my, Krae Pinan wy (3 As. 
butdku, obstruction); hence perh. also pl. estr. 
any nip 1 K 6” Qr(Kt npn), chains of gold 
before the 27 in temple. 


Mpa, NPN v. foregoing. 


Die) (7 of foll.; NH 01, Aram, nm, 
15, all tremble, cf. pn). 


Tam n.[{m.| trembling (on form Lag 
BN WS Ba $7); Ho 131 (si vera 1.) when Ephr. 
spoke trembling (AV Che al.); Ew al. spoke 


terror ; Hi Ke RV spoke, there was trembling s 
text dub. (v. Now). 


in) 959 


° 


yaw 


U 


w Sin, 21st letter (with wv, q.v.). 


TINY (of foll.; vb. unknown; ef. NH 
TINY, “IND; JAram. NUND, all leaven). 


TAN n.m.**”” leaven ;—abs. ‘wy Ex 137 
(J), Dé 16*(D), Ex 12%? Ly 2" (all P). 
MNwW v. xv. IW v. WY. 


yaw (/ of foll.; znterweave; NH Jad, 
der. spec., naay hatr-net, etc.; Ar. hd insert, 
interweave; Syr. yAso rush in, adhere, embrace, 


be mixed with, lAdco velum reticulatum, cf. As. 
Sabiki, headdress, D1 ®*® ) 


Tyaw n.{m.]| network of boughs ;—cstr. 
mown /Y 2 S 18%. 

i maw n.f. lattice-work, network ;—abs. 
Vi Ka. pl. nizay vi+, nyaay vs—1. 
prob. window-lattice2K 1. 2. net-ornament 
on pillars, 1 K 7" (om. © Kit Benz), v’*” (crpt., 
Greet. benz), vo 2. Ch 4? 2K 28%" | Je 
5273, 3. network, toils, for catching animals 
(fig.) Jb 18° (+7), MB, OMY). 

DNs v. Maa, 

T DAW n.pr.loc. Nu 32%, M2” v* Jos 13" 
Ts16** Je 48”; in Moab (Reuben), near Heshbon 
(cf. also Jerome™™*); S«Bapa. 


[yaw] y aw ‘3 vb. be sated, satisfied, 
surfeited (NH (der. spec.) =BH ; so As. Seb, 
Ar. 2%, Aram. Y2D, ~Am, Palm. yaw; the 
Eth. vb. of same meaning is ’711:) ;—Qal.,, Pf. 
3 ms. Y2¥ 1 Ch 231, ‘WY consec. Dt 31™; 3 pl. 
Way Is 9", consec. Dt 14” 26”, etc.; Impf. 
3 ms. YY Prr2™+, 3 mpl. PY? y 104%, 
etc.; Imv.“Y2¥ Pr 20"; Inf. abs. vin¥ Jo 2% 
2Ch 31; estr. Yavd Ex 16° La 5%, nylvp Hg 
1°;—-1. be sated (with food), esp. human subj.: 
a. abs., after bow, Ho 4” Is 9” Dt 8”, Ex 168 
(EP) ret, cf. Is:44i* (|| DDN); exposing men 
to arrogance Dt 6" 8” 31”, cf. Ho 13*° (Isr. 
under fig. of cattle), Je50" (id.; ¢. 3 loc.; |] AY7 
graze); =have (or get) enough to eat ~ 37” 
59'°, enough to drink Am 4°, fig. of sword Je 
46”, of wine Hb 2°. b. c. ace. of food Je 44” 
La 5° Ex 16”(P),+ 6 t., cf. Ez 39” (of beasts, 
in fig.), of earth, sated with water (rain) Pr3o0”, 


so of trees (acc. om.) y 104", fig. of requital 
Pr 18”, .c. {2 of food Jb 19” (fig.); fig. of 
earth having its fill (of rain) ~ 104", and (fig. 
of requital) Pr 18°; good sense 12" (del. 340, 
so Toy), bad sense 1°'14™3 c. J of source Is 
66" (fig.). 2. more gen., be sated, have desire 
satisfied: a. abs. Ez 16%” (i.e. with harlotry), 
Je50'° (with plunder), Is53" (with a given re- 
sult); of eyes Pr27™, of She’ol and Abaddon v”, 
ef. 30°; =have abundance Pr 30° (exposure to 
arrogance). . c. acc., be satisfied with, have 
one’s fill of : Je 31™, cf. p17” 63°, Pr 5” Ec 5%, 
ef. (eye subj.) 4°, acc. of sons ~ 17" (si vera L., 
but text dub., vy. Ol Du, cf. Bae We), days of 
life, i.e. reach the full limit (+ /P) 1 Ch 23! 
2Ch 24", oc. c. 2 of goodness + 65°, c. }'9 id. 
Ec 6%. dc. 5 inf, nixyp py yanrnd Ee 18 
(| dn). 3. have in excess, be surfeited with: 
a. lit., with honey (acc.) Pr25"% b. fig.=be 
weary of, c. acc. of offerings Is 1? (subj. ’), 
tossings Jb 7*, poverty Pr 28", shame Hb 2", 
contempt y 123°%, c. ace. pers. Pr28”. cc. id., 
c. 3 of troubles y 88%, of reproach La 3”. 
+Niph. Pt. 9202 sated Jb 313. + Pi. satisfy, 
Impf. 3 mpl. ae Ez 7” they shall not satisfy 
their appetite (V2 ; || NP’) ; Imv.ms.sf.,subj., 
FADN YAY Y go" (2 acc.). +Hiph. Pf. 3 ms. 
wav 1079, “7 consec. Is58"; 2 fs. nyayn Ez 
24% etc.; Impf.3 ms.sf..V2e2 Tho", 2ms. yaa 
Is 58", 18. PAVE Je 57, sf. Tar y 81" yan 
de Hs yas Baer Gi, etc.; Inf. estr. yravynd Jb 
387%; Pt. Wavy 103°145";—1. a. satisfy (esp. 
with material blessings), subj.”, c. acc. pers. Je 
5/(exposing men to arrogance), Is 58" (acc. Y53; 
of refreshment in drought, 3 loc., fig. of help and 
blessing), 107° (acc. YB); || RDN), cof) 103° (3 
instr.,on acc.v."1¥) ; c.acc. of ground Jb 38" (i.e. 
with rain); human subj.,c. acc. Y¥B21s58" b. 
c. acc. of food + pers., ”* subj., 81" (|| bss), 
106 132% 144"; c. acc. pers. + OD. FAN ot? 
c. “ subj., acc. rei 45 pers., i¥7 ‘n-2D2 wD 
145". d.  subj., c. acc. of beasts + J (of 
Pharaoh, in prophetic fig.) Ez 32%. 2. enrich, 
subj. Tyre, c. acc. gent. Ez 278 (|| Wyn). 3. 
sate, glut (with the undesired), subj. ’%, c. acc. 
pers. +3 rei La 3”, acc. pers.+rei Jb 9%. 


Tyaw n.[m.] satiety, abundance ;—abs. 
ry Ex 16°+, estr. Jal y 16", wp Pris?s si. 
Way Dt 23”, AYIY Ru 2*;—1, satiety, as to 





myaw 


food Ru 2%; BP (BND) 228 Ex 16*(P), Lv 25” 
26° (both H), ef. 2 78"; Y JWEID... 228 
Dt 23” eat grapes according to thine appetite, 


(namely) tha fill, of. 2) WD S28 Pr 13% 2. 


satisfying abundance, Nine Y y 16". 


Tryab, [aya] n.f. satiety ;—abs. ’y 
Ts 56" +, estr. NYIY Ez 16", sf. WHyay vs;— 
1. as to food, esp. wy DON eat to satiety, one’s 
fil is23° Ez 30"; ww? also Is 55? (fig.); “ty of 
dogs 56" (fig.); ON2°’’ leading to arrogance, 
as sin of Sodom Ez 16% (+ NS, etc.) ameamae 
to carnal desire Ez 16” (fig.). 

Tyaw n.m., °"*>” plenty, satiety ;—only 
abs. ’¥;—1. plenty, of bread-stuffs Gn 41° 
eer 2. satiety, Ee 5". 

Tyay adj. sated, satisfied, surfeited ;— 
abs. “w Gn 25° Pr 19”; estr. Y2¥ Dt 337+; fs. 
nya Pr2y7; mpl. Oya 1S 2°;—1. a. sated 
with food, c. B22 18 25; Va wD) Pr 247 (opp. 
NY 2); abounding in ’’s favour (}¥)] Ya) 
Dt 33” (|| NOD) ; abs. satisfied Pr1o”. b. in 
phr. DD) Ya satisfied with days, in a good old 
age, Gn 35” (P), Jb 42” (both + jpt), 1 Ch 29% 
(+7310 AIY3), also abs. YAY Gn 258(P; + 2d. 
+{Pt). 2. bad sense, surfeited with trouble, 
ete. 3 YY Th 14}, HOP ’Y 10%, 

le [72] vb. inspect, examine (van 
d. H.12¥ [so G ovvrpiBor], but Mas.’y v. Norzi; 
hence connex, with Ar, 2% probe a wound, try, 
examine,improb,, and this (ace. to Fra”) denom. 
from Aram. loan-word ; improb. also is connex. 
with Aram. 13D think (cf. foll.), Kau 4™™™ 
An) °__Qal Pt. 72%, c. 2 obj., Ne 2 T ex- 
amined into the wall, inspected it closely. 

Tel [naw] vb. Pi. wait, hope (Aramaism; 
cf. Aram. 12D think, Pa. hope; sAco believe, 
hope, Pa. think, Aph. hope);—Pf. 1 8. *N73Y 
yr19', 3 pl. M3Y Est 9'; Jmpf. 3 mpl. 73" 
Ts 38%, MAM yp 145%, paw yr104”; 2 fpl. 
nawvA Ru 1™;—1. wait for, b pers., Ru r™. 
2. hope for, 4 rei ~ 119", by rei Is 38%, DN 
pers. ~ 1047 145”; 5 inf. Est 9! hope to rule. 

T [naw] n.m. hope;—sf. ‘I2¥ W119", 
mby aw 1465. 


[8 Ww] vb. grow, grow great (only in 
Job; Aramaism; cf. Aram. %D, N3D, Qe, all 


960. 





wow 


increase, grow great; OAram. BAram, Palm. 
X()awadj.much);—Qal Impf. 3ms.metapl. Si” 
Jb 8" (of plant; metapl. form Ges'”°; >van 


-d.H. m0), Hiph. 1. make great, pt. S300 


pviad Jb 12” he maketh the nations reat (v.9 
3 b). 2. magnify, laud, 2 ms. \7YA NIWA 
Jb 36% that thou magnify his work.—Vid. mw. 

Tyna adj. great ;—of God, abs. N3Y 8 
Jb 36%; cstr. MI“WIY 374, 

+(2aw] vb. be (inaccessibly) high (cf. x 
a: Pa. [from Heb.] exalt); —Qal Pf. 1. 3 fs. 
nay Dts ofrcity we. N'D, be (too) high for 
capture. 2. 3 mpl. Y Jb 5" of pers., be 
high in prosperity. Miph. Pf. 3 ms. 13%) Is 
2G 3343) Pr 18"; 3 fs. MY? 139°; Pe. 
Awl Isr2*+; fs. 723] Is 26°+;—1. be high, 
walls Ts 30% Pr 18"; city Is 26°; God’s know- 
ledge 139° (unattainable). 2. be (safely) 
set on high, Pr 18”. 3. be exalted, of God 
Is 2" 33°; his name 124 ~ 148". Pi. Lmpf. 
3 ms. TW Is 9! 107%; sf. 722" 207, ete. ;— 
trans.c.ace.: 1. set (securely) on high, 20769” 
91"; c. 9, of foe 507, ailliction 107". 2: 
exalt, in effective hostility, c. 23, Is9’. Pu. 
Impf. 3 ms. 33%" Pr 29° be set (securely) on 
high. Hiph. Impf. 3 ms. 73! Jb 36” God 
acts exaltedly 1N23. 

Tana n.pr.m. (cwalied);—1. son of re- 
builder of Jericho (Hiel) 1K 16* Qr (Kt 2¥; 
Zeyou8; GL om. v.). 2. of Judah 1 Ch 27) 
(Sepovx, GL Seyou). 

Ta: anwn n.[m. Albr 74710, ©) secure 
height, retreat s—/b voM+; cstr. wD Is 
25; sf. "VD y18*+, etc.;—1. a. = strong- 
hold, PHN 9 W229 Is 25". b. fig. of security 
Is33%. ~ Q. fig. of God as refuge y9", 18°= 
28 225, ~ 40°72 48 BQuerls 6237 94” 1443 

pact: 209 perh. n.pr.loc. in Moab ;—8A 
Je 48! (v. Schwally74¥ "4 G18 Albr**), Apad ; 
Gf thinks appell. of Kir Moab (v.11. YP); most 
sub 1.’) 1. 


if [174 wy vb. grow, increase (late ; || form 
of si) ;—Qal Impf.3 ms. 730 y-92" righteous 
shall grow great like cedar (|| 15%), cf. Jb 87 
(opp. WS; v" see IW). Hiph. Pf 3 pl. 
Dna W 73” they have increased riches. 
aw v. aay.  Awaw y. IL. wo. 


TW 
TTIW] vb. Pi. harrow (an¥ id. Ecclus 


38™re-5 of As, Sadddu, draw, drag); —Impf. 
3 ms, se Jb 39” (of beast); human subj., 
c. acc, of ground Is 28™ (-EAABY, || wn); 
Sais Ho 10" (|| YIM ; fig. of aren 
for n.[m.] pl. in n.pr.loc. #7 poy 
vale of Siddim Gu 14° (identif. with Dead Sea), 
N78 (=vale of furrows ? or (Di after Onk Sam) 
of fields (= own); G 7 xordas [ papayé | 7) ddv«n ; 
Renan Hist. Isr. i. 116; Eng. Tr, i. 98 We Isr. u. Jiid. Gesch, (3) 101 


prop. OW ’y demon-valley). 
mw ( ¥ of foll., meaning unknown; foll. 


plausibly connected with As. sad%, mountain, 
used by people whose land was mountainous (cf. 
Ju5* Dt 32%+), by JPPeters??U xt. and 
(simultan.) Ba ES (1893), 65 Lof W k]Altor Forsch, ii (1894), ies 
Jager 4S" cp, As, sedtum, pasture-land ; 
TelAm. (Canaan. gloss) gaté Wkl7!4™ ™°; 
Ph. 3w=BH, NH = BH, so Ecclus 40”), 


boty n.m.**” field, land (: are orig. form 


of NY (q. v. infr.), only poet.) ;—abs. “wv Je 4”, 
y Ho 10! +;—1. cultivated field 12”, also 
ro! (si vera 1., but v. Now), yielding food Dt 
Bose lae 4): y IY Je 4” keepers, watchmen, 
of a field. 2. home of wild beasts: /¥” nion2 
13° Jo a yy inn Ig 56° Toa ay hy yer Bolt. 
3. plain, opp. mt. ,Je18"(but dub.,Co Du |W), 
4. land, opp.sea, 196" (cf.71¥ 8; || ban 98"). 
TTD. amy id (ordinary contr. form 
Ges'***);—abs. ‘y Gn 2°43 estr. NY 147+; 
sf. IY Je 327%, FY Dtr1™+, yy 2A ly 2", 
etc.; pl. MI’ 1S 227+, cstr. nw’ Ne 12”; 
also IY 28 17 Is 32” Ru 1'+8 t. (some might 
be sg.==7¥ ef. Ba7™¢xH as) 351 SS Buhl; note, 
e.g. IY Ru 1 oo eee bute, Kor mS 
sf, mony New1 etc.; also yyw 1K 2%, yy 
Mi 2 - 1. open field, country: a. pasture- land 
Gn 297 30° Ex g3 (all J), Dtr1 1 S1r1°4 10t. 
J, JE. b. unfrequented Gn 24", exposed 
to violence 4°(J), 2814° Dt 211 22”, to wild 
beasts Ex 22°°(E), Ez 33%. c. specif. home of 
beasts: 2817°Jer4°; esp. phr.’#7 N° Gn 2°” 
3!4 (all J) of beasts in gem and, of wild beasts, 
ix Bani i)s Ho" 413° Duae Lv26" (EN), 
Th 5% (|| PINT MN), + 16 t.; ‘BD noma 1S 17 
of, Jo 1; “tn MON Ct 27 3%, of. “BA WY DT 
282%: hunting-ground Gn 25” 27° (all JE), 
of. YON 267 (JE; || WY VT WN). d. yielding 
plants and trees: Gn 25% (JE), 30"%(J), Exro® 


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my 


(JE), 2K 4? Ez21? 39”; esp. phr. 80 YY Gn 

2° 3° (both J), +6 t. 4/829 Ze 101; ‘bn oy 
Gn 2°, /Y tba o K 4° “& nya vy, “Ba yy Is40” 
103%, Wn NOY Ez167; “yn yy ee SY) Ex 9” 
(JE), Dt 20” Ly 264 (H) Is §5"+8 t.; 2817 
v. TA, pI. e. stony, “OD WN Ib Be. 
f. open ari outside of walled city Ju 9** 
43.44 19’° Ro LG a2 oO? 1-1. 24.38 Cne7 a4 Mi 4”; as 
battle-ground ae 87*(J))) 2 To® ==)1 Ch ro; 
2811" 18°, outside of military camp 18 4714”; 
opp. city (in formula) 1 K 14 16* 21% Je 14 
Ez 7"; YS 77Y Ly 25; as site of small town, 
country-town 1S 27° (opp. royal city), ef. 1 Ch 
24°; of high places, ’W2 Niv2) Je 137; quite 
gen., 18 307 Je 4o’*; including road Ju 20 
TCT os Je 6”; disting. from road Nu 22” (JE), 
28 20”; outside houses and courtyards Ex 8° 
(P),1S 25%; ‘Wa nearly= outdoors Ex 14 (P), 
Juz3°; of surface of country or ground, ‘#2 
Ex 16” (JH; =13 780 Endy Vi) ,Ch 5 was 
so WT yp-by (bx) 2 aK gJe O7 Ez 29 5(| M2199), 
32* 39°; same phr. opp. house, comfort, etc., 25 
111 Ez 16°, opp. city Lv 147", opp. tent Nu 19% 
(all P), opp. tent of meeting Lv17°(H). g. 
= expanse of country, opp. mt., in phr. YD 
Jus! w2 aide 17 (of Jerus.) is dub. ; of, 
‘ga yh Mir®(Jer8#v."1W), 2. definite por- 
tion of ground, field, land: a. cultivated ground 
Gn 347 (E), 47% (J; 71#0 yn), Ex 22****(E), 
Ly 27%*7 (P), Mi 3” (in sim.) Ru 2?+47 t., 
ninnan Ty 2S 17, yr’ Ez 173, io TTY vs 
good soil. wb. as private property, Mi5”* Is5** 
Gn 47% (J), 23°18 (P)+ 50 t., +2 Ch 26% (as 
burial-place); also ’#(7) npn, v. P21; and 
Day ‘Y,v. may. c. city-land, adjacent to city 
(town) and subject to its control: Gn 41°8(E), 
livi25. (Bb), J0s2a ACh a7 ChiGg me Neri 
12°: specif. of Zoan Ww7s. ua. G. bermtory 
of nation, tribe: Gn 32* Nu21” (both JE), Ju 5 
Ru 1? Gn r4i-13 4/0 ren mY Ju 20°. 
e. territory of king, 28 9/ 13%. 3. land, 
opp. sea, 1 Ch 16 (opp. 090; = IY y- 96”), 
perhaps also mainland Ez "2658 (Co Krae Toy 
al.; not Sm). 


DW vy. TITY v. a0. 
To nm. ® and (less oft.) £.7° one 


of a f flock, a sheep (or goat) (As. Su’u, Av. 33, 

pl. Lh, sl ae ets (also wld ow), cf. Egypt. sau, 

sheep Bondi ® wreteala. spat) 3 abs. NY Gn 

30"4, ostr. TY Is 437+; sf. YY Dt 22), my 

1814"; not in pl.;—1. a sheep, or goat, nom. 

unit. of JN¥: as property Gn 32” (J; + )N¥ 
3 





ane 


coll., D2W3, DYY), Ex 215797 (4 9iy, NY coll.), 
225 (4+ iY, WN), v8 (id.), v° (éd., all E); Dt 22" 

(+ 5v), 1S 17% (nr Kt van d.H. erron., v. Baer 
Dr), roaming pasture Is 7° , straying v TiOus 
(sim.), slaughtered Is 537 (in sim.); + 1, Wn 
Ju 6* 1822” Jos 6" (J), +id. +503 I O55 
as sacrifice Gn 227°(J), Ex 13” Lv 5” 12° Nu 
151 (Oya iN Owasasa’Y; all P), Dt18°(+ iv), 
Ts 43” 66° (+4 71w), INBO"} Ez 45"; cf. Ex 34” 
(+ iv), v7 (J), Lv 27% (P; +5iv); fit for 
sacrifice Lv 22™(H); unfit v*(H), Dt17’ (both 
+ iv); as food 1S 14**(+ iy), ) Dw 
DY Dtr4*(+i1d.); for passover Ex1 pide. ‘ 5(P); 
fig. of Isr. Ez 34% (|| DD'S, ONY ee eee 
2. coll. flock : TIND NY Je so” (=NiTIk jNY y’). 

i [amy] n.[m. | witness (Aram. loan-word 

=Heb. YP; 4/ 11D, yo.00);—sf. MY Jb 16” 
(j| TY). SONY Gn 317 v. BAram. Lex. 


aw (“of Tolle; uci-vAr: cs new moon 
ee ee is make conspicuous, Von Eth. 
VVC: id.; VND, Syr. Jona moon; OAram. 
“nw moon-god Tn), 


Thy nw] n.{m.] moon, or crescent ;— 
only pl. pssnia of ey ) ornaments of 
camels Ju8"', kings vy, women Is 3%, & pnvickor, 
% (Is 3%) lumvlae, ; on crescent as ornament v. 
Dozy ii. 760 Lane Egypt. il. 314 Perles Anal, a cf. Fri 58 

SW v. Nw p.670a. IIL. Aw v.1, IL. 20, 

TW Gn 24% vy, I. Dw, 


f [Dw] vb. swerve, fall away (akin to 
nOY q.v.; NH DD Hiph. is shake, move away ; 
As. satu, be Meissn®; Eth. mi: bring back, 
restore; in X apostatize is XDD); 3—Qal P2. pl. 
estr, 12 ‘DUN Wy 40° those falling away to false- 
hood (Guunk seb 49 DY), 


T Low, DD] n.[m.] swerver, revolter (2), 
deeds that swerve (fr. the right?) ;—pl. NON) 
IpPyy DY Ho 5? and revolters have gone ‘deep 
in slaughter (or ANNY in corruption), but dub.; 
We Bae Now GASm, ef. Gu™4, yn DBA nny 
and the pit of Shitfim they have made deep ; 
DOD NYY 101° to do deeds that swerve I hate. 


Tabs le Ww] vb. hedge or fence up, about 


(=IL. 7, q.v.);—Qal Pf. 2 ms. V2 AI Ib 
1"° hast fenced him about (protectingly); Pt. Bi) 
Hoa" I will hedge wp (obstruct) thy way (ace.). 


[nsw] n.f. hedge ( DD) ; — estr. 
PIN N3¥2 Pris” (in sim.)—indw y. IIL. you. 


962 


oy 
II. yw (2 || IL. Jaw: ef. NH 31D; Aram. 
NID, [Sad (ms.), NNDD, {Roos al beahany 


Tip] n.{m.]| branch or brushwood ;— 
sf. 3 ms. ndiy Jug® (Ges'"*; but v. GFM Bu). 


T [Dw] nf. id.j;—estr. DYY NIWIug®+ 
perhaps ‘abs. Ni’ v**(so G Doorn for MT rae 


Tad, IAW n.pr.loc. in Judah: 1. i 
Shephelah, ndiv Jos r5% 18 17" (fr. G sae 
HPS (after We, cf. Dr) conj. ma¥), ini 2Chi1’ 
28", perhaps also nay 1 K 4” (Buhl Benz 88 
[‘perh.’]; Th Kit sub 2); mod. E¥-Suweke, SSE. 


fr. Beth Shemesh, in Wady-es-Sant Rob?™*** 


Buhl °°: !4 5 Soyo, Foryad, etc. 2. in hill- 


country, Jos15* CS: naw, Qr in), prob. also - 


jaiv 1 Ch 4% (‘son’ of 131); mod. Suweke, 4 h. 
oe of M37 Rob BF i 16. 21 Buhl &°2": 164. 3 Soxo(r). 


Toons adj. gent. m. pl. a family of 
scribes t Ch 2°; Swyaheu, GL Sovyaberp. 


Low, ow 


vb. put, place, set (cf. 


No 2G xan css8).52; NA map Pi, designate, fix, 


niw Ecclus 45°° 49°; Ph. ny, As. Sdmu, fix, 
determine, Sab. DY set, set wp, SabDenkm***"® 
Clee: lS L& (cs) is insert, sheathe, also com- 
pute; Eth. ViaD; put, place; Y OW, Syr. po, 
OAram. ny); — Qal Pf 3 ms. ny Gn et44 
(2 Chi® rd. OY G B Gi Be Kau Benz), sf. iow 
Ez a oe may ine mY IS 1O°sen anny 
Ez 19° 247; 2ms, DY Je 32% 4; atpl Oy Gn 
4o¥+; 1 pl. wey Is 28", etc.; ine 3 ms. 
Di” Ex aa py Gn 307+, nin Jb 23°; juss. 
ne" 1S 228+; bi Gn 2§+; sf. °10b 28 154, 

TOM 1K 10°; 2 fs, mM Is 6175 DYN) 18 
2974, nbs) Ezr 8% Ju 12° Qr (Kt mien) ; 
2 mpl. 3’A Gn 320+ pown Ex 227+, etc.; 
Imv. ms. ny Gn 24°+, etc.; Inf. abs. piv Dt 
r+, estr. DY 457+, OY Jb 20'+28 147 
Qr (Kt nw), wow Is 10° Kt (Qr §nw), etc.; 
Pi. DY Am 78+, fs. nin Is 51” (so rd. for MT 
nin); pl. DY Mal 27+; pass. DY Nu 247 
(cf. Di), Ob*; f. acc. to most TOW 2 § 13” (van 
d. H. now Kt), but v. infr.; TOY 56° Bae 
Buhl, but most Imv. ms.;—pud, set (oft. || [02 
2, q.v.), ¢. ace. pers. vel rei (expr. or impl.): 
1. a. put, set, in a place, + DY Gn 2°(J), +ace. 
loc.28"(E) + 5 t.+, ¢,2 acc.+ loc., 2 K 10% heads 
(in) heaps at (ace. loc.), ef. Lv 24° (>); +340" 
(E), fig. of ", put his name, ‘Wa 2 K 21” = 
2 Ch 33’, cf. c. DY 1K 9? Dé 12°+6t.; esp. 3 


pw 


of receptacle Gn 31“(E), Ex 2°(E), Ju6” + oft.; 
sackcloth on (2) loins Gn 37% (J), 1 K 20%, 
crown on head Zc 6" Est 1”, shoes on feet 
Ez 24”; hook, etc., in nose 1 K 19%=Is 37” 
Jb 40, incense 7882 Dt 33”, ie. cause thee 
() to smell it; feet in stocks (fig.) Jb13” 33”); 
knife into throat Pr 23? (fig. of self-restraint, 
Flin De); words into mouth Ex 4% (J), Nu 22 
(E)+8 t., + Dt 31° teach to say or sing; into 
heart Jb 22”, ins, also 18 29” G Th We Dr Kit 
Bu HPS ; trust in God 787; (guilt of) blood 
into house Dt 22°, cf. Jug™ (°¥ pers.; so, c. {M2 
Dt 21° Je 26” Jon 1"); something into hand 
Ex 4”' (E), of wonders, i.e. enable hand to do 
them; elsewhere = take, of hammer Ju 4”, 
booty 1 K 20°, so (fig.) take one’s life (W22) into 
one’s palm (i.e. risk it) Jur2* 18 19° 28” Jb 
13; put eyes J322 2 K 9” (v. 738, cf. Is 54"); 
wD? (= person), DYN y 66° (subj.%); seé men at 
(the use of) implements 2 § 12*'(prob., cf. Dr 
HPS ;>(0)0U sawed them with, as || 1 Ch 20°, 
Th We); 1 K 2°(||jn3) is dub.;, GL Klo Kit rd. 
DP; charge something agaznst (3 pers.; pro- 
perly put in, i.e. attribute, impute, to) 1S 22” 
Jb 43; so, c. 5 pers. Dt 22%, cf. (5 om.) v7; put 
37P2 Am 7? Is 634, JiN2 Ez26". b. put some- 
thing upon (>y) Nu 215? (E) + oft.; jewels, 
clothes, on person Gn 24"(J), 41°7(E), Ly 8° 
(P), Ru 3%, turban Zc 3°° Ex 29° (P), Lv8°(P), 
cf. (prep. om.) Jb 24" 36% (fig.), girdle Je 131, 
sackcloth 1K 217; PITY DIN /Y Jb 204 (of 
man’s creation); of siege and siege engines, by 
=against, Mi4“ Ez 4? 23"; put, lay, upon (29), 
2K 4"%+; hand Gn 48*(J) + 3t., + upon mouth, 
in silence Jur8 Jb 21°, and awe Mi 735, so .5 
Jb 29°, 1? 40°", upon (-¥) head 28 13” (in 
despair, cf. Je 2%); acc. of disease Ex 157° (J), 
so (1 pers.) v* Dt 7"; fig., spirit (>) Nai! 
(JE), name 67 (P), duty Jb 37"°(?), reproach 
rS11%, NBD NNOA AY 109° (S Bae 12H, 50, 
or IPE, Hup Che); a5 by “y Ct 89 (sim.), so, 
fig., remember, treasure up, Is 42” 477 (|| 133), 
+6 t., c. be 25:L 2 1G (hid. aCe dt more Ins 
of. ‘2182 ‘y Ex 174(E), impress upon, c. put, 
lay, set, c. 5, 2K 11" lay (violent) hands on= 
2 Ch 23"; put end to Jb 18? 28°; set ninnp aan 
render glory to Jos 7° (JE; || {D2), Is 42”; make 
covenant with 2S 23°; set food for Gn 43° (J), 
2812”, prep. om. Gn 43" (J), so, ¢. "BD 1S 9” 
26° 2167; "BD ‘Y elsewhere Ju18"1, of prece- 
‘dence Gn 48”? (E); set laws (as authoritative) 
"BD Ex 19/ 21! (both E), Dt 4; God (as moral 


963 


mw 


ruler) DID? ¥-g4° 86%; 32? also Gn 31°°(B), 
N23 Ez 1447; ‘YD Gn 307 (J). di. put, co. f'2 
Jos 24’ (EH) +5 t. (Ex 8” y. MMB p, 804), +Gn 
30° (J), 32% (E), put space between» c. NOA 
Ex 17" (E), + 3 t. (Ob? del. yond We GASm 
Now al.)+972 nOH 3) ’Y in oath Gn 242° 44” 
(all J); put, c. DN lochs G1 on SHber by 
pers. Jb 5° commit unto ; c. by rei Ly 6°(P), 
T32 rei Dt 317°(P); JOY Y 1 S 9” lay up some- 
thing with thee, reserve it ; put, c. 1) Miz” put 
together = collect (||}ON , Y2?); without modifier 
1K 18%; Kz 30” apply bandage (|| }92). 
2. set, direct: a. sword against (2) Ju7”; fig. 
extend compassion, ? pers. Is 47°. b. direct 
ap (mind) toward, pay attention to, c. 518 9” 
Dia alii 4004422 Ds Exoy (2s 
2918" Jb2* 34% (Bu Du del: 5 and rd. 20 
inn); ¢. by Hg 1°" Jb 1°; compl. om. Ez 445% 
Hg 2™:*18 Is 41”; Ju 19 read perh. n2a29 for 
nad (or NYY for 3), v. esp. GFM #8; a5 om., 
Is 41° (+081, 9), 2), c. 3 pers. Jb 23° (so 
Bu, who eps. 4” 24” 34”, but all cases dub.); 
ab mY, oc. by—intend Dn 18 (obj. cl.). ce. set 
face (D°B) toward (ace. loc.) Gn 317 (E), + sind 
Je42% 744" cf.2 K12 Dn11”; ¢. oS, toward 
or against (implying opposition) Ez6?+ 5 t. Ez, 
ce. °Y Ez 297 35%, ¢. 11 of direction 217; c. 3 
(fig. of oppos., subj. ”): mya p32 28 oY 230 
Je 44", ef. 217° Ez 157 (|| jn), Lv 20°(P); o. 5 
rei (human subj.) Dn 118 Qr (< Kt 2); c. by 
pers. +n: of purpose 1K 2"; seé eyes (D'2'Y) 
upon, ¢. -¥ pers.= behold Gn 44” (J), = look 
after, take care of, Je 39” 40%, naive 24°, but 
nyip Am 9*, 3. a. set, ordain, c. acc. rel 
Nu24*(>acc.pers.Di).  b. set, establish a law, 
statute, +5 pers. Ex 15” Jos 24” (both E), cf. 
Pr 8”; +4 loc. Is 42* y 78° (|| O29), also 81° 
Je 33°-+ 2 8 20! (MOY for 2 G Ew We Kit 
Bu HPS, cf. Dr); establish something as (5) law 
Gn 475(J), 18 30°(+5 pers.); establish bazaars 
(as a right), 2 loc., 1K 20%; appoint a set time 
Ex 9° (J), Jb 347 (rdg. 399 for tiy GHBWr 
Bu), ins. (perh.) 18 13° so Dr Klo HPS (> ins. 
sox ThWe Bu Kit, after G XY); a place, + 5 pers. 
Ex 218 28 7=1 Chr7®, 5 rei 1K 8% (+0), 
c. set, found a nation, Is 44" (si vera l.), establish 
it 789" (799). d. set, appoint (as ruler, official) 
+ by pers. vel gent., Ex 14 5418" (all E), Dt 
p7'15-1515 Jy x M (eae of office), 28 17°(-N0A 
322 


Dw 


instead of ) +6 t.+Gn 47° (J; second acc.= 
ruler, expressed), 28 23° (8), OY in || 1 Chr1”; 
also 2 acc. +5 and 2 loc. W105", 3 loc. 28157 
2 Ch 33%, US73 at the head of, Dt 1™, 2 ace. 
alone Ct 1°; c. acc. pers. +5 pers. Gn 27* (E), 
Ho 2218 8°(+inf.); +5 of title Gn 45% Ex 2" 
(+ by ; allE)+4t.+Ju8*( ws pers.),+Ez 44° 
(perh. rd. DYN) Hi Sm Co and most); +5 of 
purpose Hb 1"; +3 of position, 5 pers. 1 S 8"; 
c. ace. of office alone 1S g¥(45 pers.), so Co 
Ez 217° (DY for O93, v.12 sub 473), 1K 20% 
(+nnn), cf. 2 Ch 23", + ao by, of task Nu 4” 
(P); Jb 7 set me as (5) mark for (5) him. e. 
set, constitute, make, c. 3 pers. vel rei, Gn 13° 
(J) I will make thy seed as the dust, 32" (J) 
48” (E), Dt 10% Ho 11°+ 16 t. + (bad sense) 
Ho 2° Na3° 1K 19% £. set, determine, jix, 
bounds Je 5” (2 acc.) Jb 38° 104°; pass. 
determined, settled, + mB oy 2503 bUuveelt 
nw); appoint, send, frogs nyrap Ex 8° (J), ¢. 
acc. pers.+ YY against 2K 18". 4. a. s¢t, 
station, at a post, etc., acc. pers. Jos 8° (JE), 
+. loc. 2K 10% Je9’+5 t., + adv. ace. Gn 33? 
(J), +12 loc. Jos8”, ae (against) and “M8 loc. 
v? (both JE), + against Jug” (+ by loc.), + DN 
against 20%; doubtful are 1 8 15?(c.5 pers.), 
ckeo (wyr-by), where no obj. expr. (in MT); 
either an obj. has fallen out, or vb. (in techn. 
military sense), here intrans. or inwardly trans. 
DIZ" forward ! take direction toward ; ef. 
also [on Sm] We Dr Léhr), or else “Y is corrupt 
(cf. HPS®). b. put in position, sacred bread, 
sword, staves, bars, c. acc. 1S 21' Ez 21” Nu 
4euta 4 t. P, Ib 38%; 4 by Ex 32” (E), 40” 
CE) 5 Syn Je 43”, Syn Est 3’; + (various 
modifiers) 8 t.; set7n place, dan Jb 34™ (Deal.), 
but context favours V2¥ Bu; Du ana {32 /Y, 
c. set up altars 1 K 2” Je11™, stone as memorial 
Gn 18¥(J), 28% (E), 15 7 (cf. 0 Gn 31%+), 
image, etc. Ju18* (|| D7), Dt 27% 1 K 12% (3 
loc., || 193), 2 K 217 (3 loc.)=2 Ch 33%, cf. p 744 
Iss78and, + Iloc., Je7” 32*; rods before (29?) 
cattle Gn 30% (|| 48% v**), cf. v”, guide-posts Je 
317, bed 2 K 47°(+ 4 pers.). da. =plant, wheat 
Is 28, tree 417° (1 loc.; || {92), slip Ez 17° (Oy 
by). e. set, fix (countenance) 2 K 8", so usu., 
but acc. om., and sense dub.; read perh, DY) 
(7 on, cf.e.g. 1 K 9°), so Klo Kmp Kit Benz. 
5. a. make a thing, or pers.(acc.), for, transform 
into (Oy Jos6* (J) make camp D119, Mi 1° make 
Samaria yd, Gn 21% 8 (KE), Ex 147! (JE), Mi 47 


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bya 


(both good sense), Is 28% 42° + 12 t. Is. (25? 
rd. VY for V2 Vrss. Comm.), Je 274-8 t. Je, 
+14 t. + Ju 1 they made the Can..into the 
corvée; VIDYB WP ne” 85" maketh his steps 
into a way (so RV Hup Che Dr, but meaning 
obscure ; De Bae attend to the way of (a? om.) ; 
Schr Hup-Now rd.’7 1¥"}); ¢. 2 acc. Jos 8 (J), 
1S 11" Mir’ 1K 5% (pregn. c. TY loc.), + 29 t. 
b. make, constitute, 2 acc., 15 818% (+ 4 pers.) 
21 (D232, b of ace.; or <rd. DaP2N), Is 37 60" 
+6t.,+1S 11" form people in bands, ef. Jb1¥ 
(one ace., form bands), + (ace. pers.om.) Ex 4"? 
(J), cf. (beast, in fig.) Ez 19°; 2 acc. and ace. ” 
+? in same ver., Is 54”J will make rubies thy 
pinnacles, and (transform) thy gates into car- 
buncles,; in phr. of naming, byte Wy DY 2K 
17", cl. Jus” Neos ¢. 5 nine p79 ay) Dn’, 
TENvIIDZ PNtITD ’\ vy’; make, fashion, c. ace. rei 
5 pers. Ex 41° (J; “ subj.); grave Nar (but 
on text and mng. Vv. Now Bi SB Wiener Ak, 1894, Abh. We 
ce. ace. 777 Is 43” (2 loc.), ef. Hza1* (+ 5 inf.); 
50” is dub., usu. order (one’s) way, De Dr 
prepare way (which), etc., Gr Che nA for DY; 
make name +5 pers. 28.7% =1 Chr?) gota 
make for, 5 pers. (or give to), c. acc. of posterity 
Gn 45’ (E); 18 2rd. prob. pow ® We Kit Bu 
HPS, ef. Dr; Ezr 10“ is obscure, Gu-Batten 
del. 2°21 and rd. NPV bef, DWI, of. 3 Esdr 9° 
Be-Ry Ryle. ¢. work, bring to pass, c. ace. rel, 
of “*’s signs, etc., +3 loc. Ex 107(J), Je 32” Is 
66" 46°78" 105%. d. appoint, give, ace. rei 
Nu 6% (P), Is 613 (|| 02; both c.5 pers.); a 
pledge Jb17° (|| 229 go surety for me, but rd. 
perh. *227Y as obj., v. p. 786 b); pay Div! Ness 
gwing understanding (making sense clear). 
+Hiph. Pf 1s. consec. WNHYN Ez 148, ace. 
pers. +5, I will make him for a sign (<¥ for y 
van d. H., / now; Co Berthol Toy 117A (Qal), 
Krae SYNTOM); Tm. fs. YT 217, prob. del 
as dittogr. Co Krae after © © YT NG 7MG 078 G88), 
* (> Bo Toy al. YIP); Pt OW Tb 4°=Qal 
(29) Dw (v"), but phr. dub., and text perh. 
crpt.,v. Me Né**. +Hoph. Jmpf. 3 ms. DW" 
Gn24* Qr (Kt nw Ges'”™*) there was set before 
him (9259) to eat, ‘cf. OL MBAe 0. 8 KGS ae 
read also DY") 50” he was laid in (3) a mummy- 
case (for MT DY"), Di@45 allows this. 


tba] n.pr.m, Simeonite (ZI estab- 
lisheth) ;—’W" 1 Ch 4* (van d. H. Gi; Baer 
bye) ; GL Iopana. 4 


monn 96 


FmasM n.f. (deposit, then, estr. 12 /n) 
pledge, security, Lv 5” (P; || MP8). 


IL DW, OW (perh. of foll.; of. Ar. 


als be Lee ae ll-luck). 
Tray (van d. H. now Kt) perhaps n.f. 
token of unluckiness, scowl ;— 28 13”, so 


Ew tt 24 #372 (a bbrevy. fr.bxny; oremend.M0Y) 
Berks oy Se DAK Te of, Dr tes. 


i [Vw] vb. saw (|| form of WW3; denom. 
fr. Nw 2) ;—Qal Imopf. 3 ms. WW") 1 Ch 20° (but 
v. DY 1 a).—Ho 9” v. 110; Ju 9” Ho 8 v. 
e512" Vv. Nw. 

Tramw Is 28% prob. dittogr. for foll. Ty 
(Koppe We Che al.; © G om.); >¥ Ges Di al. 
in rows (adv. acc.; but NH TW, Ar. ) pw, Lag 
ye 2 4.cis Vogelst trae) who favours v 
in Is. More plausible would be some grain, 
as 7’ Zinj. Inser., Lzb** Sachau?*™™ 3), 


tT way, ww vb. exult, rejoice (No UG 


ee ern (“ peru. ) tr) interj., as LEU an 
enticing call, so Gerber”) ;—Qal Pf. 3 ms. ¥w 
Dt 288+, 1s, nvY yrr19", etc.; Impf. 3 ms. 
ww Dt 28°+4, 3 mpl. owe" Is 351 (Gess#™ 
K6*°!°, but b erron. Kenn O1'“**, prob. dittogr., 
so Lo Hi Gr Che™* Marti), etc.; Imv. fs. wy 
La 4”, mpl. WY Is 65° 66"; Inf. abs. wiv 61"; 
estr. wiyd Dt 30°;—exult, display joy, c. by 
over, Dt 28% 30% Je 324! Is62° Zp 31(-+-N0Dwa ; 
| ba), vy r19!; c. 3 Is 61” (UN BY), 65" 
135° (all || 2); 40% 684 (+ 7HWA; || 729), 70° 
(all || "2%); 119"* Jb 397 (horse), 19° (sun, as 
athlete); c.°D and cl. a1”; abs..Is 35° 65" 
(both || bs3), 64‘(but del.) YY G Gr Du Che™™ 
Marti), 68"; La 4 (|| MOY), Tb 3%(|| 23728 MDW), 
Is 66" (acc. cogn.; || 2°32, MOY).—Ez 21 is erpt., 
Co rds..w~d (for wy), Krae sed, other conj. 
in comm.; on cl. vid. esp. Da Toy 2 #*, 

Tw n.m.'*°43 exultation, rejoicing ;— 
abs.’ 4° +, WY Est 8; ostr. HWY (Stas) 
y 51! r19';—ewultation, joy (esp. in ”’s 
favour), Jor? Isra* p51 105" 119; “YoY 
(i.e. with which guests were anointed; fig.) ¥45° 
Is61° (opp. bax): wy DY Je33° (|| nban ; on text 
v. Gie Albr24W¥ *¥! 480) 95) elsewh. || TADY: Je 7 
151° 16° 25 33" Is 22" (only here condemned 
as reckless, wanton), 35°? 51°" Ze 8% y 51” Est 
87; || Mw Je 31% (opp. 238). 








3 pniv 

Twin n.m.*™° id.;—abs. Is 32"+, 
estr. WIYD Jb 8"+; sf. ‘ILD Je 49%, Abid 
Ho 2";—eaultation, in gen., La 5” (opp. D3), 
Is 24" 66" (acc. cogn.); of bridegroom 62°; 
DAR 1D 24%, 33 0 v8; 1D MD 33%: of Jerus. 
(as causing joy) 60% ~ 48° La 2”, cf. Je 49” 
(Bib MP; || APIA), Ts 65" (|| APH); $271 
(of godless man) Jb 8"; D'NIB 9 Ts 324, ie. 
desert.—'? Is 8°, si vera 1., is estr. before prep., 
but (281) DIDI, Hi Gie Che Du Kit Marti al. 

THD v. mY, 


TUTTI] vb. swim (N HD swimming ; 
T NAD, Syr. harco swim, bathe, also NID, SIND, 
NINY swimmer; Aph. wash) s—Qal Pt.+ Inf. 
estr. nin») nen wip) WD Ise5". Hiph. 
Impf. 1 8. WYS 67 I make my bed swim (with 
my tears; another view sub MY Qal 1). 

Tan n.[m.5*5!*] swimming (on format. 
(and tone) Ges'**° Kot} #7). 1 Ez 449, 


7 [tO] vb. squeeze out (so NH 5h, 
Aram. ; Mand. pnb spread out No™*8) ;— 
Qal mpfr 8.008) Gn 4o" (E; ot DYN), 

T [Apr] adj.(?), doubtful (van d. H. ny; 
J unknown) s—cstr. /Y ayy Ez 417° usually 
panelled, wainscotted, with wood; or n. a wains- 
cot of wood, but Co “2M, Toy “5D (estr. “M). 

2 pw vb. laugh (|| pny, q.v.; NH pny, 
PND; Eth. wah:);—Qal Pf. 3 ms.’ consec. 
Pr 29°; 3 pl. PAY Lax’ Jb 301; Impf. 3 ms. 
pny? Jb 397+, etc.; Inf. cstr. Pin’ Ju 16% Ee 
3';—-1. a. laugh at, usu. in contempt, derision, 
€: by pers. Jb 301 52°; by reiilss 179 :c: b pers. 
God subj. » 37% 59° (|| ay?) ; c. 5 rei vel pers.= 
have no fear of, Hb 1° Jb 5” Pr 31”, also, fig., 
of noble animals Jb 39778? 417; abs., Pr 29° 
(opp. 12), of % W 2* (|| 9), of wisdom Pr 176 
(3 temp.; || ¢d.). Bb. ¢. ON pers., appar. of 
friendly laugh Jb 29”; in gen. Kc 3* (opp. 123). 
2. sport, play, Jur6”. Pi. Pf 1s. ‘APN 
18 67; Impf. 3 ms.PHYN Ju 16”, etc.; Inf 
estr. pnd ¥ 104%: Pe powd) Pr26” 1 Chin”, 
f, npAwD Pr 81; pl, PNW 2 S 6°+, nipnen 
1s 187;—1. make sport, Ju16” (5 pers.) 25.2% 
(3B? pers.; in tournament), Pr 8*° (°25?), wens 
loc.). 2. gest, Pri26™: 
music, singing and dancing 18 187, c. 9 “3B; 


3. play: incl. instr. 


priv 
215 6°(2 instr); Oh 13" ens a Chas. 
(+7202); of merry-making Je15” (|| DY), ae 
31'; of children’s sport Zc 8°; of beasts Jb40” 
y 104%; of man, play with (2) crocod. Jb 40™. 
Hiph. (declar.) Pé. pl. DPW 2 Ch 30” they 
uttered mockery pay (II p3yP0). 

Tpny, pnw n.[m.]| laughter, derision, 
sport (prop. inf, estr.) ;—abs. pny Je48%+5 t.; 
estr. Ee 7°; abs. PIN’ Je 207+ 7 t.;—1. laughter 
(Joyous) Jb 8” (|| MBPA), y 1267 (|| 122), Be 2° 
(|| FIY), 107 (|| MY); as hollow Pr 14 (opp. 
382), Ec 7° (opp. DY2), ef. 2°D2I w vs, 2. 
(object of) derision, “ys mt, Je 20% 487" (rd. 
“ys for MT ‘#7 GG BGie Du; Co del. wv), 
v® La 34; elsewh. Jb12**, 3. sport Pr 10”. 

pou n.pr.m. v. sub pny. 

Tpnwa n.{m.] object of derision, Hb 12°, 

[oir], Dw v. [nr]. 


T [TOW] vb. turn aside (Aram. NOD, 
bic ad. ; Noy stray; Eth. wang; 111. be seduced, 
etc.; cf. Dr JPhil. xt ase.2) —-Qal Beye 2 fs. mow 
Nu5?”; Impf. 3 fs. NOW v?, juss. 3 ms. 
by? Pr 47>, Imv. ms. now 4°;—turn aside, of 
unfaithful wife Nu 5” (abs.), + WS NOA, ie. 
while married, v® (-- INDY adv. ace.), v” (all 
P); of youth, fr. (oy) way of evil woman Pr 4”, 
toward (D8) her ways 7”. 


ii (Oo Ow] vb. bear a grudge, cherish 
animosity, against (NH now Niph.,  Gn27"! 
Dd’; perh.akin to jowgq.v.);—Qal Impf. 3 ms, 
now" Gn 2741, 3 mpl. sf. DW" yp 55%, etc.;— 
cherish animosity against, acc. pers. Gn27" (J), 
49° (poem in J), 50" (EB), +5182 ¥55*; of 4’s 
persistent assaults on Job, Jb 16° 307. 

if mow n.f. animosity;—Ho 9’ + v°(del. 
We, cf. Now). 

row (of following). 

Tow n.m.’!° 1. adversary. 2. Satan 
(NH DY, 19D; Aram. N7DY, NID, Syr. Life 
(Hebr.); NH vb. {OD, Aram. /0D; Ar. orbs is 
be remote, esp. fr. the truth, and fr. the mercy of 
God; Slk.% Satan, Eth. hem) ;—1. adver- 


sary, in gen., personal or national; (2) ’ > mn 
Nu 22” (JE)/11S 20! (cf Nesi**?)) 2 5 19% 


ob Nx Nu a2 (JE); 1K g% 11%; 9 /Y Dp, | 


966 


mw 
subj. God 1 K 11, cf. prog? (|| yw), Z. 
superhuman adversary, ’W1: a. of Job, one of 


pon 32 Je zO-F-78.9.12.12 g12-2.3.4.6.7 b. of h. p- 


of Isr. bef. , Ze 3'??; G 6 diaBodos. C. as n.pr. 
“w Satan 1 Ch 211 (interpr. 2 § 241), G didBoros 
(G caravy t1 K 11%; Saravaés Mt 4’? Mk r* Lk 
104 33 t. NT). 

Tow] vb.denom. (Gerber® be or act as 
adversary ;—Qal Impf. 3 mpl. sf.) 220 387 
109‘; Inf.cstr. sf. iw Ze 31; Pt. pl. estr. 20Y 
vv ra sf. DY 109”, viv v2? 

ails mow n.f. accusation ;—Ezr 4°. 

bo 5 “7° 21 

Wal, MTIOW n.pr.putei (hostility) Gn267(J). 

[Nowy], JOD v. nbs. 


taw vb. be hoary (NH nay old age; 
As. 8ébu, aged man; Ar. GUE (6) become hoary, 
Eth. *4M: (in deriy.); Aram. 2°D be old; ols 
grow old, \Naxee grey hair);—Qal Pf. rs. 
NIV NIP 1S 127; Pt. WY Ibr5( + WW aged). 

T [aw] n.[m. |(hoary) age ;—sfJI1K 144. 

Taw n.f. hoary head, old age ;—abs. 
’y Ho 49+; estr. NY Gn 447; sf. NDY 428 
44”, etce.;—L. grey hair, hoary head Ho 7*(fig.), 
Gn 42°8 447 (all J), 1K 2°9 Pr 163! 207; yy WN 
Dt 32" (opp. P3); | Pt Ly 19" (H), || MEY 146% 
+id. y 7178 (in these transition to foll.); fig. of 
sea Jb41%, 2. old age, N30 ’Y Gn15" (JE), 
25°(P), Ju 8” 1 Ch 29”; ‘w also y 92” (trees, 
in fig. of righteous), Ru4”, + 2819" (@ Ew Th 
Bu Kit, ef. We Dr HPS, JOPYNS, for JN). 

WwW v. I. [yr]. 


TW (of foll.: NH 7D lime, 2D white- 
washer; Aram. 81D, Ji.co lime, Ar. Sec (not 
loan-word, cf. Frii*)). 

TW un. [m.] lime, whitewash ;— always 
“w ;—lime, produced by burning bones Am 21, 
in sim. Is 33”; as whitewash Dt 277". 

T[ Ww, TIW| vb.denom. whitewash ;— 
Qal Pf. 2 ms. PHB ON AW) Dt 24, 

WY, TTD v. AY. 

IL mw (Vv of foll.; NH OY speak, nny, 
MND conversation (oft.); Aram. DWV speak s 
Ng 2MG zzril (1889), 538 "on Ar, U4 ((e)) bemeagery 


diligent, whence (Buhl) eager occupation with 
sthg. as orig. mng. in Heb., but conjectural). 


rn 

T may n.m.’™)* complaint, musing ;—abs. 
y 1K 18" Pr23®; sf. TY 11+, 1Y Jb237, 
WW 2K 9" W102';—1, plaint, complaint: Jb 
AeOuel Ou ODI) 1D), 21-1237 Pr 237 ee: 
(|| MTN); MPA “DIP 64%; 1B /Y BDL 102! 
142°, Foll. are dub.: 2. musing, 1 K 18” (E) 
of a god, II 92 WY, (so RV; SS ‘nachdenken’; 
Buhl ‘beschdftigt sein’; AV talk); p 104* of 
man (Buhl SS. Bae ‘Rede, oder Gesang’).—Vid. 
also [DY] infr. 3. anxiety, trouble: WY AND 
18 1° (defined in MT by DY2, cf. HPS ; so Buhl 
SS, but perh.=1). 4. talk; WWW 2K 9” 
(so RV SS, but meaning obscure in context). 

Tam n.f. id.;— abs. (yw y 119% Jb 15°; 
sf. NY y119%;— 1. complaint : OND wy 
Jb15*(so Bual., cf, DY 1 De al. meditation, cf. 
[323 ]). 2. (obj. of) musing, study: Tn 
yy 119%; NITY vy, 

Try vb.denom. muse, complain, poet. 
talk (of) ;—Qal Impf. 3 ms. MY y 119"; 3 fs. 
sf. JUN Pr6”; 1s. mys W194, etc.; Imv. 
ms. WW Jbr12°, mpl. IY Ju5%4+; Inf. estr. 
mY y119"8;— 1. complain: 55" 77* (both 
| 7D), Toy" (VERB), + 4-6" (rd. prob. NPY 
for NWN). —-. muses PRPDY 777; c. 3, 
meditate upon, study, God’s movy vs ({| 739); 
DPB 119%; DPN ys; NiNDD? yl; MTN 
We se Cs ACC. ndes “7 145°. 3. a. talk 
(about), sng (of) : abs.Ju5*°(ode); c.2rei, p105? 
=1Ch16° (OY, V1; so SS Gerber, but poss. 
=2, so Dr), + 69" (3 pers. against, || ni, 
of mocking words). b. c. sf. pers. talk (with) 
Pr 6” (del. Toy); c. > speak to Jb 12° (Di ‘sprich 
sinnend’; HiBurd. 7; Kau 1'O (so Bu as 
altern.), Bo al: sub II. ny). Pél‘el meditate, 
consider : Impf. 3 ms. NNW Is 53° (abs.); 1s. 
ON 143° (3 rei; || 739).—Gn 24® v. I. Daw, 

[my] n.[m.] thought ;—sf. “71 DIN? HD 
iny Am 4; read prob. INY (against Ba*®” *) 
unless otherwise corrupt. 

Ir. Tw (Vof foll.; cf. perh. As. s3dhu, grow, 
grow up (of trees), Sihtu, appar. a shoot, sprout ; 
NH = BH; Pun. nw; Syr. Kus artemisia 
Judaica, cf. Wetzst Pesberteht ¥- 4! Low? go Ar. 
Eeem ano. (ct, Lage a8). 

Try n./m.]| bush, shrub, plant ;—’¥ abs. 
coll. Jb 30%, estr. 7IW3 Y Gn 25 (J); pl. ONY 
Jb 307, ONY IOS Gn 21" (E). 


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ae 
: : A 
1,1. DW, MIW etc. v. I, IL. ny. 
JW, Dw v. IV. yoy. Tw v. II. yaw. 


TI DW (of foll.; NH 2D look out, Aram. 
82D look out, hope, H812D watchman, SMIDD (for 
Heb. MBY) outlook-point; lass Pa. hope for ;. 
Ar, (KE (5, 1s) is complain (i.e. disclose grief ?), 
been lamp-niche, Eth. avfvnt: window). 

Ty n./m. | perh. a celestial appearance, 
phenomenon(Rabb.Thes mind, De(afterTalm.) 
cock (cf. NH “2Y cock, MNDY hen, foreign words 
ace. Dalm), Di‘ Wolkengebilde’) ;—abs, “y perh. 
of clouds (ef. || NIN) Jb 38°° (RV™ meteor). 

Tipsy] n.f. very dub., only pl. estr. ni*3¥ 
N70 Ts 27°: perh, gen. term, B quod visu pul- 
chrum est, Ges©™™ ‘késtliche Anblicke,’ cf. De ; 
others refer to zmagery (cf. MDW; as attract- 
ing the gaze) Che°™™ RV Du; watchtowers 
(v. Aram.) Ew Di RV™; standards (as con- 
spicuous) Thes; ships (id.) (Bennett [private 
letter], and now Gunk*b?"85° Che #"* Marti, 
ef. || NYIN; SS Bul>** * prop. NY =’D ships). 

1 mwa n.f. show-piece, figure, ima- 
gination + —abs. ‘p Ly 26}, sf. innavn Ez 8”, 
nav Pr 18"; pl. estr. NP2V Pr 257-737, sf. 
on'avd Nu 33°;—1. show-piece, specif. carved 
Jigure, of idolatrous symbols, Nu 33” (P; || ‘py 
ons), “ jas Ly 26! (|| N2¥ etc.), 2 10 
Ez 8" (>del. Co); elsewhere 422 “D Pr 25" 
silver carvings. 2. imagination, concett, 
Prices 33) MN p73. 

Taw (so Baer Gi; var. 83; van d. H. 
may ; Kit 2 dub.) n.pr.m. in Benj. 1 Ch 8”; 
SaBia, SeBia, GL Sexiays © VW Sechia. 

Tay n.|m.]| knife (NH 2D; prob. loan- 
word (Lewy*™"""*) fr, Aram. 82°3D, Lac zd., 
whence also Ar. cp se No™ Fri; 4/dub.); 
—abs.’w Pr 23°. 

TaD n.pr.loc. (si vera 1.) near Ramah 
(=outlook, Kot *);—181 on: WMM2=: 2 pe 
cp. Z-ku in Eg. inser.; but G Sep(e)c; read “BY 
Th We Dr Kit Bu HPS. 


Eee: 2w] vb. cover, lay over, so as to 
screen (cf. \| I. 720) ;—Qal Pf. 1s. ‘BD ‘Nay 
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ipke [Jow] vb. weave (cf. \| / II. 20); 
Po'lel Jmpf. 2 ms. sf.°222¥N Jb 10" with bones 
and sinews thow weavest me together. 

TL Aw] n.{m.] booth, pavilion (wv perh. 
erron., cf. 7D, NBD sub IT. 2D) ; -— sf, BY La 2° 
his [’’s] pavilion (|| S79), 


I you (W of foll.; of. I. py, IL. pp). 
T [MDW] nf. hedge ;—sf. inW Is 5° (if 
D1ight); perhaps rd. 72 vy, sub I. tw. 


IV. you (Wof foll.; cf. Ar. LS pierce, 
transf a (Liane **°), Ka weapons; akin also to 
wy, Eth. 7’: thorn, spine; As. sikkatu, peg, 
Syr. Jasco nail do not belong here, ef. DIP ES), 

T Ey] n.[m.] thorn ;— pl. 0°3¥ Nu 33 
(P; || 0223). 


T [ma] n.f. barb, spear;—pl.Mia¥ Jb 40". 


pl. bow vb. be prudent (Gerber denom. 
a) boy, but vb. early; NH bap, Hithp. shew 
oneself attentive (to), look; Aram. bop (rare) 
understand, Ithpa. look (at), consider, Aph. 
instruct; ?2¥ only Aph. (for Heb. >*DYmI), under- 
stand, make wise; ‘~dco Pa. teach, Ethpa. 
understand, etc.; Sam. 2A Ithpa. look (for 
Heb. 0°27); As. siklu, clever, siklitu, cleverness, 
Meissn*™”"*); _Qal Pf.3 ms.’¥ 1818” be pru- 
dent, circumspect (SS HPS); Kit Buhl Gerber 
al. prosper. Hiph. Pf 3 ms. Dab Je ors Oh 
23". 1s, ‘mdsen W119”; 3 mpl. beayn Jb347 +; 
Tmpp 3" 181 8°45 2ms.juss. avn Dng”, etc.; 
Imv. mpl. sen w2; Inf. abs. Soin Jeg? +; 
bssin (Ges'®*) Jeg” Jbiz4”s estr. Syn Gn 
3°+, ete.; Pt. “DV 18184, f. navn Prito ty 
pl. p>ysbp Dn 11”+, etc.; meanings hard to 
classify: scholars differ greatly; —1. look at: 
Davnd /VI WM Gn 3° (J) was desirable to look 
upon (so & Ges De; AV, RV to make one wise ; 
Ew Di Buhl 8S Dral.sub3). 2. give attention 
to, consider, ponder: Is41* 44% Dt32” ~64" 
foGedb 34% 6. ) Pre it: .¢ by v4 Ne 8%; 
c. bY Pr 16%; c.2yr1o1?Dng®. 38. have in- 
sight,comprehension: Jeg™ (\|" YP), 194° (||), 
119”, Dn 1* 9° (PE); 5(°)sen assubst.=znsight, 
i eae, as ’y’s gift to ruler and teacher, 
|| WYI Te 3" lf nyt Jb 34”; || YI Dn 1”; TDW 
fon Pr x8 3/0 Iasi, 4. cause i con- 
sider, te insight, teach:  subj., acc. rei, t Ch 








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“2b 

28", acc. pers. 132° Ne 9”; Gabriel subj., 
2acc. or ban a5 subj., acc. rei Pr16™; c. Ph 
Pravt; “> ap Say mbdisbn9 2 Ch 30” (but 
Be Ke ae etc. who shewed good skill, sc. in 
music, v7!>); p> 3107) Dn 113 | 1.298 the 
teachers (so Ew Hi Bev; Thes Ke Behrm al. 
the wise). 5. act circumspectly, prudently: 

abs. Am 5 y2" 3673 Dav as subst. y 14? 
= 53%, Prro® 14 15% 17? Jb 22%; N2avD NBN 
Pr 19".—Je 50° has bravin 7333 acc. to Mas. 


(van d. H. Baer Gi), ef. GB, ie. a child-slaying 


warrior; but ‘w Hiph. elsewhere only Ho 9”, 
of miscarriage; © © Ew and most mod. (Gt 


Gie Rothst) read 2D, either skilful or — 


JSortunate. 6. prosper, have sticcess (cf. Dr 


1838): abs. 18 18% Is.52* Je ro 20" 235 Jos, +s 


18(D); ¢. 3, vi(D) 1 § 184 (rd, “922. for 793? 
Vras Th HPS all), of 2K 18%) oases Paige, 
7. cause to prosper: Dt 29° 1 2 (D). 


bot, bob n.m. prudence, insight ;— wy 
abs. W111 +, estr. Prig"+; ¥ abs.1S 25°+3 
23 Jb 17%; sf. bay Pr 12° Dn 8”;—1, pru- 
dénee, om sense: n2iY woman of good sense 

Ho25 2. insight, understanding «. || 122 
1 Ch22" 2 Ch 2", cf.Jb17*; aio w Pra* 133 
irr 2 Ch 30”; Y WN Ezr 83; “wa py 1 Ch 
207; nee ‘y DYN pd Pr 16”; restrains from 
anger Ig'', wins praise ‘128, fool ‘cee pny 
2 3°; ‘y piv Ne 8°(||[29) set forth (the) wnder- 
standing (i.e. the meaning). 3. bad sense, 
cunning, craft, Dn 8”. 


thswn n.m,contemplative poem(Hiph. 


2. De al.); ;—in titles of ~y32, 42, 44, 45, 52, 


53) 54; 55, 74; 78, 88, 89, 142; also 47°10 73}: 
>Ges al. didactic poem (/4); Ew RiPe al. 
skilful, artistic song (8); 2 alone fits all 


cases, 
igi: bow vb. Pi. lay crosswise (so, 
and not V1.’v, © SB XI" and mod., ef. Ar. 
aay bind legs of beast, plait locks of hair); 
Pf 3 ms. MIAN bse Gn 48" (0) Thes 
Dr, however , prudentes fecit, fr. VI. % 

maby Ec 17 y, m920, 


mow vb. hire (NH id.; Sab. awn hire 


Deeb ont (2), recompense (?) DHM "ms. Eth, 
PRC: hired; Ar. ee reward, thank, mod. 

Pal, AS hired, of land ploughed by hire, 
Bergheim ?*°™ 7%; Palm. N13w perh. reward- 
ing Diab %”); Qal Pf. 3 ms. w Dt 23° 2K 4’,