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 (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 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™ (+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 8 307+ (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 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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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 (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 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¥ 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 (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°— =")? (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.

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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 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 Je 51°" Jb 14”; of resurrection Is 26 Dn12”. 3. from stupor (of drunkenness) Jo Pr 23”. 4. of inanimate thing Hb 2”; cf. (20 yPo 83 TON Ez 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 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 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 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 (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 (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 (|| 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 9%. 3. trifling, i.e. of little account, of pers., Gn 16*° (J; both c. 22); 1S (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 (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 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 (>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 y 79°; TIPO “Pd bpp Ez 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 (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 (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), 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.

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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. 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