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THE 



BIBLE STUDENT'S GUIDE 

TO THE 

MORE CORRECT UNDERSTANDING 

OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT, 

BY REFERENCE TO THE ORIGINAL HEBREW. 



BT AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGBMENT OF EVERY EN0L18H WORD IN THE AUTHORIZED VERSION, THE CORRESPONDING 
HEBREW MAY AT ONCE BE ASCERTAINED, WITH ITS PECULIAR SIGNIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION. 



BY THE 

KEY. W. WILSON, D.D., 



CANOV OV WINOHESTBS. 



SECOND EDITION, CAREFULLY REVISED. 



MACMILLAN AND CO. 

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THE RESULT 07 MANY TEABS' LABOUR FOR THE ELUCIDATION OF THE SAORED SCRIPTURES^ 



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WITH AFFECTIONATE ESTEEM FOR THE CHRISTIAN GRACES WHICH 
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AND FOR THE DEVOTION OF HIS HIGH TALENTS, DURING A LENGTHENED PERIOD, 
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The work now presented to the PubKc has been the result of ahnost incredible labour bestowed on 
it during many years. It T?as commenced for the purpose of illustrating the precise meaning 
of Hebrew words ; to be a kind of manual of consultation when longer time could not be spared 
for further investigation. The force of an English word could not be depended on for giving 
a correct and precise meaning to it in any explanation of Scripture. It was felt^ also^ that many 
Hebrew words are rendered by the same English word, which being in a certain degree synonymous, 
yet require a distinction of meaning according to their use in the original. And sometimes a 
fair and suitable meaning may be assigned to an expression viewed only in the English translation, 
as Cruden has done in his Concordance, which is not borne out by the original, or may even be 
found contrary to it : so that deductions drawn from that meaning must be altogether unwarranted 
or absolutely erroneous. Taylor's illustrations of the meaning of the original are frequently very 
striking, and the explication of certain phrases very happy. The Author had collected these under 
the corresponding English words, when it occurred to him that the undertaking might be made 
useful to others, and improved by consulting other works, especially philological, such as the late 
editions of Gesenius's Lexicon, and modem critical commentaries on the Sacred Books. 

His next object was to give the construction of the original, and so to arrange the work that 
the reader might be able at once to find it. For this purpose ^'The Englishman's Hebrew 
Concordance'' was referred to, and found indispensable for carrying out this object. The Author 
begs to acknowledge the great use of this invaluable work. He is bound also to express his 
obligation to Mr. Bagster, of Paternoster-row, for many suggestions in the arrangement of the 
references*. Few can be aware of the immense labour required to carry out this part of the plan, 
and to insure anything like accuracy. The Author will not attempt to detail the means used to 
obtain this accuracy, the labour of which has been very greatly enhanced by the disappointment 
he has from time to time experienced in the use of such works as he hoped to find auxiliary to 

• The Author h greatly indebted to the Rev. Henry B. Whitaker Churton, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Chichester, for the revision of the sheets as they proceeded from the press. 

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vi PREFACE. 

his undertaking. Soffice it to say^ that he believes the present work is the nearest approach to 
a complete Concordance of every word in the original that has yet been made: and as a 
Concordance, it may be found of great use to the Bible student, while at the same time it 
serves the important object of fiirnishing the means of comparing synonymous words, and of 
eliciting their precise and distinctive meaning. 

The knowledge of the Hebrew language is not absolutely necessary to the profitable use of this 
work; and it is believed that many devout and accurate students of the Bible, entirely unacquainted 
with it, will derive great advantage from frequent reference to these pages. The Author earnestly 
recommends it to the adoption of all ministers of God^s Word, and that they would make it the 
depository of such critical remarks as may occur to them in the course of their reading. For this 
purpose an interleaved copy would further serve this purpose, and induce the habit of accurate 
attention to the Sacred Scriptures, by the care taken to note down every verbal criticism of 
importance. 

It is related of Coleridge, that he devoted a certain portion of time periodically to the verbal 
examination of the Bible, in which he directed his attention especially to the proper and primary 
meaning of the original ; and that he received great profit and interest from the employment. 

The use of this work will shew in a very convincing manner the disadvantage in our Version 
of a more uniform rendering not having been adopted by the translators. Difierent renderings of 
the same word have in many cases been resorted to, as it would seem, rather for the sake of variety 
than for the purpose of conveying any precise meaning in distinction. The Author has no intention 
of invalidating a Version so long consecrated by the reverend study of many generations since it 
was first given to the Church with a providential blessing, nor would he propose to substitute 
any other Version for one so long used; but an edition in which a more uniform translation of 
certain words, and a more literal version of certain expressions and phrases, might be appended 
to the text, would be a boon to most readers. 

The present undertaking has been pursued under the growing conviction of the plenary inspira- 
tion of the language of the Sacred Scriptures. What Professor Gaussen has said in his invaluable 
work on this subject, in respect to the result of his labour in answering objections, the Author can 
fully adopt as the result of his own attention, ^^ in compelling us by a more attentive examination 
to test the diamonds of Holy Scripture, they have sent forth unexpected lustre, which has led us 



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PREFACE. vii 

to fresh discoveries of more brilliant reflections of its divinity*/^ The use of this ''Help'' is earnestly 
recommended to those who^ with the light of so important a truth as the verbal inspiration of the 
Sacred Oracles, desire to compare our Version with the text, and to correct from time to time their 
apprehension of the truths which have emanated from the Divine Mind, by reference to their model 
and type presented in the revealed Word. There may be some who speak with contempt of the 
letter of the Old Testament ; but those who have examined it most closely will not fail to discover 
rays of light, which will, in '' the glory of the day of Jesus,'' burst forth with a reftilgence which 
will disclose to us yet hidden treasures in the Scriptures. It is hoped and believed that there is an 
increasing attention to the only standard of Christian faith and practice; but the Author feels 
constrained to say that much, very much, is yet needed for the elucidation of the primitive language 
of man. If this humble effort to prepare the way for more knowledge of the Sacred Tongue may 
be instrumental to revive so important a pursuit, he will render unfeigned thanks to God that health 
and strength have been vouchsafed for the completion of an object in which he has experienced an 
unusual interest and delight. And he has no greater desire, next to the frdfilling of the ministry 
of the Wordj than to be spared for any ftirther service he may be enabled to render to the Scriptures 
in unfolding their literal meaning, or aiding the search of others. 

At a time when the authority and character of the Sacred Record is sadly assailed on various 
grounds ; when devout attention is denounced as Bibliolatry, and other standards of opinion referred 
to, it is a paramotmt duty in all that cleave to the Word of God, to " search the Scriptures" more 
intelligently. And it is believed that a more reverent attention to the Old Testament would be 
the means of reviving a more spiritual apprehension of many great and overwhelming truths, in 
the present day too much lost sight of. 

May He, without whose blessing even the written Word avails nothing to saving knowledge, 
bestow His favour on this undert^ng, and direct its use and advantage to His own glory, and the 
edification of His Church I 

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'^ A SHOUT statement of the nature and construction of Hebrew for the guidance of such as need 
it/' was promised in the Prospectus of this work. It is proposed to ftdfil this intention only so far 
as the use of this imdertaking may seem to require, for the direction of those who are not acquainted 
with the peculiarities of that language. It is necessary to premise that pronouns and particles are 
not included in the following work, and need not to be noticed* on the present occasion. Nor is it 
intended to produce the paradigms of the several forms of the verbs. The reader who desires to 
pursue the grammatical knowledge of the sacred language of the Old Testament, is referred to the 
valuable publication of Gesenius's Hebrew Grammar, by Bagster and Sons, Paternoster-row, London; 
. from which the following notices are chiefly taken, with the kind consent of those publishers. It 
cannot be doubted that this volume is the very best introduction to the study of this important 
language that has yet appeared; and Bible students are greatly indebted to the literary labours 
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A SKETCH 



OF THE 



CONSTRUCTION OF HEBREW. 



*i/^ The reader is requested to refer to the body of the work for the original of those tenses referred to in the course of this statement ; 
which being given only for the information of the English reader, does not include the Hebrew that may be in most cases found 
in Gesenius's Grammar. 



Thb Hebrew alphabet consists of twenty-two letters. The lan- 
guage itself is read from right to left. 

Form* 
Ikyorkhy t ch z ▼^ ^ ? ^ ^ 
t, or th sh, or 8 r q ts p, orph o s n m 



ts P) or ph n 



Final. 

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1 

m k, or kh 



As it is not designed in this grammatical sketch to enter on the 
nature of the vowel-points, the letters of the English alphabet may 
represent in a general way to the English reader the power of the 
several characters. 

There are certain Hebrew words which are denominated Roots, 
consisting usually of three letters, — called Boots because from the 
primary meaning of such words are deduced many others, as well 
nouns, adjectives, adverbs, ice,, as the several forms of Hebrew 
verbs. The third person singular of the preterite is commcmly the 
root here referred to, which is varied by the vowel-points to form 
nouns, kc, eg. D*1K he was red, til^ red, D*1K man. 

The verb is, in Hebrew, the most elaborated part of speech, and 
in the understanding of any sentence, requires our chief attention. 
The ground-form or root of the third person preterite admits of 
various modifications to give a definite change in signification ; so 
that its primary meanmg shall become intensive, frequentative, 
causative, passive, reflexive, reciprocal. This b the general account 
of what are usually called conjugations in Hebrew, now to be 
explained. 



They may be illustrated thus : — 



Kal . 


. !>0i5 to kill. 


. Niphal 


. ijOp? to be killed. 


Piel . 


^JtDjp to murder. 


Pual . 


Pbp t9 be murdered. 


HiphU 


. i)^Dpn to cause to kUl. 


Hophal 


. br^pry to be caused to kill. 



Hithpael . i>^i^nn to kill oneself. 

By reference to the Index at the end of this volume, it will be 
seen that there are few verbs which admit of their being used in 
every one of these forms: and veiy fi:«quently it is difficult to 
ascertain the signification of the ground-form, Kal not occurring 
in the sacred writings. 

KaTi being the simplest form of the verb, we are to look to it 
for the primary signification, usually in an active sense, but not 
always so rendered. The simple primary idea in eveiy verb is 
matter of curious investigation with the learned in philology ; but, 
as may be seen by the Index, that primary meaning has gone 
through many modifications. Sometimes the first meaning is better 
traced in the other conjugations ; to which argument Gesenius has 
had recourse not seldom in his Lexicon. 

The tenses in Hebrew are not to be estimated according to their 
use in modem languages, in which we find time distinctly involved. 
In Hebrew they Are intended to refer more particularly to action, 
and may be either definite or indefinite in their use. Thus it will 
be found that the preterite is sometimes rendered by a future tense 
in English, or even by a present, the time being relative to some 
specification already made in the text> upon which ike idea of time 
to be maintained in the mind of the reader depends. 

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THE USE OF THE PRETERITE. 
The Preterite stands, — 

1. In itself and properly, for absolutely and fuUy past time, e.g. 
Gen. iv. lo, WluU hast thou done t Being preceded by a word or par- 
ticle which in itself fixes the time, it may be considered as an im- 
jperfect tense. Gen. i. i, /n the beginning God created the heaven and 
the earth: in the beginning , notes the time, and created, simply 
states a past action ; Josh. x. 33, Then Horam Jcing of Gezer came 
up to help Lachish : the particle then gives the note of time, and 
to the verb came, an imperfect or even present tense, implying that 
Horam came at the very time that Joshua was attacking Lachish. 

2. For the pluperfect, I Sam. ix. 15, Now the Lord had told 
Samuel in his ear a day before Saul came; Gen. iL 2, His toorh 
which he had done. 

S. For our present, where this denotes (a) a condition or attri- 
bute already long continued and still existing, as Job ix. 2, / know; 
Gen. iv. 9, / know not ; Job xxxiv. 5, / am righteous : or (b) a per- 
manent or habitual action (often in statements of general expe- 
rience), e.g. Job vii. 13, when I say; Ps. i. i, waUceth — standeth — 
siUeth. 

4. Even for the future, in protestations and assurances, in which 
the mind of the speaker views the action as already accomplished, 
being as good as done. In English the present is sometimes used, 
in this case, for the future. So in stipulations or promises in the 
way of a compact. Gen. xxiii 1 1, The field give I thee, ver. 13, / will 
give thee money for the field ; particularly in promises made by God, 
Gen. XV. 18, Unto thy seed have I given, x.e.1 will give, this land. 

5. For those relative tenses, in which the past is the principal 
idea, viz. (a) for the imperfect subjunctive (which is however ex- 
pressed by the future also), e.g. Isa. i. 9, We should have been as 
Sodom, &c. ; Job iii. 13. (b) For the pluperfect subjunctive, Isa. i. 9, 
Except the Lord of hosts had left ; Num. xiv. 2, Would God we had 
died, lit. if we had but died (with the future it would have been, 
if we might but die) ; Job x. 19, a« though I had not been. (0) For 
the future perfect, e.g. Isa. iv. 4, When the Lord shall Jiave washed 
away; Gen. xiv. 14, Iff be bereaved (for if I shall be), then I am 
bereaved. 

In all the foregoing cases we have viewed the preterite in its 
independent use, when not connected with preceding verbs. But 
its use is no less diversified when it is joined to preceding verbs by 
the conjunction ) (vau conversive of the preterite). It then takes the 
tense and mood of the verb going before. Hence it stands, — 

(a) Most frequently for the future, when that tense goes before 
it, e.g. Gen. xxiv. 40, The Lord will send his angel with thee, and 
prosper thy way; Judg. vi 16, / will be with thee, and thou shall 
smite, &c. 

(b) For the present subjunctive, when the preceding future form 
has this sense, e.g. Gen. iii. 22, Lest he put forth his hand, and take, 
and eat; xxxiL 12, J will surely do thee good, and make, &c,; Gen. 
xix. 19, Lest some evil take me, and I die; Prov. xxx. 10, Lest he 
curse thu, and thou be found guilty. 

(0) For the imperative, when a verb in that form goes before, 
Gren. xxvii. 43, 44, Flee thou, ko., and tarry with him, &o. 

(d) For the pcLst or the present time, according as the preceding 
pret. or fut, may require. 



THE USE OF THE FUTURE. 
The Hebrew future forms, in general, the exact contrary of the 
preterite, and expresses, accordingly, what is unfinished, what \b 
coming to pass and future, but also what is continued and in pro- 
gress at any point of time, even of the past. Hence the future 
stands, — 

1. For strictly future time ; Gen. ix. if, Neitlur shall there cmy 
more be a flood; also in narrative for the future with relation to 
some past point of time, as 2 Kings iii. 27, His eldest son that should 
have reigned. 

2. For present time ; i Kings iii. 7, / know not; Isa. i.13, / cannot 
away with; Gen. xxxvil. 15, What seekest thou I It is employed espe- 
cially in the expression of permanent states, which exist now and 
always will exist ; hence also in the expression of general truths, 
e.g. Gen. xliii. 32, The Egyptians might not eat bread with the 
Hebrews; Job iv. 1 7, Shal$ mortal man be more just than God ^ ii. 4 ; 
Prov. XV. 20, A wise son maketh a glad father; and very often so in 
Job and Proverbs. 

S. For a series of relations which in Latin are expressed by the 
subjunctive, especially by the present subjunctive. In this way is 
expressed what is future, or what is expected to occur, according 
to a subjective view, or according to some objective condition. It 
stands, — 

(a) For the subjunctive after particles, signifying that, that not, 
e.g. Gen. xi. 7, thcU they may not understand; xxxviii. 16, What wilt 
thou give, that thou mayest come in unto me t Deut. iv. i, that ye 
may live; Gen. in. 22, lest he put forth his hand. 

(b) For the optative, Job iii. 3, let the day perish. 

(o) For the imperative, the place of which it always supplies in 
negative commands (prohibitions); dehortatory, Gen. xlvi. 3, fear 
not; Job iii. 4, 6, 7, prohibitory ; Exod. xx. 15, Thou shall not steal. 
It is also used for the imperative when the third person is required, 
and for the imperatives of the passive voice, so fiir as these are not 
in use, e.g. Gen. i. 3, Let there be light; Exod. xxxv. 2, shall be put 
to death, i. e, let him be put to death. 

(d) For the so-called potential, where we use may, can, might, 
could, &c.. e.g. Gen. ii. 16, thou mayest freely eat; Prov. xx.9, Who 
can sayf Gen. xliii. 7, Could we certainly know J 

4. Even for tune past : it is thus used chiefly in these cases, — 

(a) After the particles, then, not yet, before; Josh. x. 12, Then 
spake Joshua; Gen. ii. 5, brfore it was; xxxvii. 18, brfore he came 
near; Jer. i. 5 (compare the use of prtt. and fut. in the same sen- 
t^ce) ; I Sam. ilL 7 (see mai^). 

(b) Often also of customary or continued action, and in extended 
representation, like the imperfect of the Latin and French lan- 
guages. Repeated or customary action, as it involves the concep- 
tion of something yet to be, is properly expressed by the future ; 
Job i. 5, Thus did Job continually; xxii 6, 7, 8 ; xxix. 12, 13 : Judg. 
xiv. 10 : I Sam. i. 7 : i Kings v. 25 : Ps. xlii 4. 

(0) Of single acts that are done and passed, where the preterite 
might be expected. Such ]b the case, at least in poetry, on the 
same principle as we employ the present tense, in lively repre- 
sentations of the past ; Job iii 3, wherein I was bom; ver. 11, Why 
died I not from the womb f iv. la, 15, 16 ; x. 10, 11. 

5. For the imperfect subjunctive, especially in conditional sen- 



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tenoes, Ps. xxiii. 4, Though I walk . . . . / will fear no evil; Job v. 8, 
/ icotUd seek unto God (were I in thy place) ; ix. 21, Wovld I not 
know my soul (if I spoke otherwise); x. iS, that I had given up 
the ghost, and no eye had seen me; iiL 16 ; vi. 14. 



USE OF THE FUTURE WITH VAU CONVERSIVE. 

1. The future with vau conversive (the conjunction 1, and, prefixed 
to verbs), stands only in connexion with something preceding. 
Most commonly a narrative begins with a preterite, and proceeds 
in the future with vau conversive, which is the most usual way of 
relating past events, e.g. Gen. iv. i, And Adam knew Eve his wife, 
and she conceived and hare Cain; vi. 9, 10, &c. ; x. 9, 10, 15, 19; 
xi. 12-15, ^7» ^8; 3civ. 5, &c. ; xv. i, 2; xvi. j, 2; xxi. i, &c. ; 
xxiv. 1,2; XXV. 19, 20, &c. ; xxxvi. 2-4 ; xxxvii. 2. The preceding 
preterite is at times only implied in the sense, e.g. Gen. xi. 10 ; x. i. 

2. If there be, however, any connexion with an earlier event, 
the fut, with vau eonv. may even begin a narrative, or a section 
of one. In this case we find a very frequent use of ^n^ ; And it 
came to pass^ and there vms. Sec, Gen. xi. i ; xiv. i ; xvii. i ; xxii. i ; 
xxvi. I ; xxvii. i : xii. i. Now the Lord had said. 

The use of the future is found also especially (a) after an ante- 
cedent clause, e.g. after becausb ; i Sam. xv. 23, Because thou hast 
rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee; Gen. xxxiii. 
10, (b) after an absolute noun, e^g. i Kings xiL 17; ix. 21; Dan. 
viii. 22. 

The vau conv. may be rendered that in sentences like the fol- 
lowing : — Ps. cxliv. 3, What is man that thou tahest knowledge of 
him I 

3. As to the relations of time indicated by this future denoting 
seqtience or progress, we may remark that it, in accordance always 
with the preceding tense, may refer, — 

(a) To the present time, namely, in continued descriptions of it, 
when preceded by a preterite (in the sense of a present). Gen. xxxii. 
5 ; Isa. ii. 7, 8 : Job vii. 9 ; xiv. 2 : or a future (as a present). Job 
xiv. 10 : I Sam. iL 29 : or a participle, Nah. L 4 : 2 Sam. xix. x : 
Amos ix. 6. 

(b) Less frequently to futurity, when preceded by a preterite 
(as a future), Isa. v. 15, 16 ; xxii. 7, 8 : Joel ii. 23 : Micah ii. 13 : 
or by a proper future, Isa. ix. 10 : Joel ii. 18, 19 : or by an impera- 
tive, Ps. 1. 6 (also when joined to a clause without a verb, e.g. Gen. 
zlix. 15 ; or to an absolute noun, e.g. Isa. ix. 12 ; or when it turns 
to Mie future, e.g, Isa. ii 9 ; ix. 13). 



OF THE IMPERATIVE. 

1. The imperative expresses not only conmiand in the strict 
sense, but also exhortation (Hos. x. 12) ; entreaty (2 Kings v. 22 : 
Isa. V. 3) ; wish (Gen. xxiii. 13) ; permission (2 Sam. xviii. 23 : Isa. 
xiv. 1 1). It is employed especially in strong assurances, and hence 
in prophetic declarations, as Isa. vi. 10. These may be either 
(a) promises, Ps. cxxviii. 5 : Isa. xxxvii. 30 ; Ixv. 18 : Ps. xxii. 26 : 
Qen. xz. 7 : or (b) threatenings, Isa. xxiii. i, 2, 4 ; x. 30 ; xiii. 6. 

2. We may, from the above, expUun the peculiar use of the two 
imperatives joined by and, (a) Where they are employed in a 



good sense, the first containing an admonition or exhortation, and 
the second a promise made on the condition implied in the first 
(like divide et impera), e.g. Gen. xlii. 18, This do and live; Prov. 
XX. 13, Open thine eyes and thou shalt he satisfied; Ps. xxxvii. 27 : 
Prov. vii. 2 ; ix. 6: Job xxii. 21: Isa. xxxvLi6; xiv. 22 : Hos. 
X. 12 : Amos v. 4, 6. (b) Where a threat^ is expressed, and the 
first imp. tauntingly permits an act, while the second denounces 
the consequences, Isa. viii. 9 ; xxix. 9. In the second member, 
the fut, also may be used, Isa. vi. 9 ; viii. 10 : i Sam. xvii. 44. 



USE OF THE INFINITIVE ABSOLUTE. 

The infinitive absolute is employed when there is occasion to 
express the action of the verb by itself, neither connected with 
something following nor dependent on a preceding noun or particle. 
The most important cases of its use are, — 

1. When it is governed by a transitive verb, and consequently 
stands as an accusative, Isa. xlii. 24, they would not walk, &c. 
Sometimes rendered as a noun, Isa. xxii. 13, slaying, killing, kc, 
prop, to slay, &c. 

2. When it is in the accusative, aud used adverbially, hence, — 

3. When it is used for emphasis, in connexion with Sk finite verb, 
(a) It then stands most conunonly before the finite verb, to which 
it gives, in general, strength or intensity, i Sam. xx. 6, He ear- 
nestly asked ; Gen. xliii. 3 : Amos ix. 8. Its effect is often merely 
to give a certain prominence to the thought contained in the finite 
verb, which in other languages is done chiefly by the expression of 
the voice or by particles, as in assurances, questions (such espe- 
cially as express excitement in view of something strange and 
improbikble), contrasts, Gen. xliil 7 ; xxxvii. 8 ; xxxi. 30 : Judg. 
XV. 13 : 2 Sam. xxiv. 24 : i Sam. ix. 6 : Hab. ii. 3. 

(b) When the inf. stands after the finite verb, this connexion 
generally indicates continued or lasting action ; Isa. vi. 9 : Jer. 
xxiii. 1 7 : Gen. xix. 9. Two infinitives absolute may be thus used ; 
I Sam. vi. 12, went along, lowing as they went; i Kings xx. 37. 
Instead of the second inf, is sometimes used a finite verb (Josh, 
vi. 1 3), or a participle (2 Sam. xvi. 5). 

4. When it stands in place of the finite verb. We must here 
distinguish the following cases, viz. — 

(a) When it is preceded by a finite verb. This is frequent, 
especially among the later writers, in the expression of several 
successive acts or states, where only the first of the verbs employed 
takes the required form in reupect to tense and person, the others 
being simply put in the infinitive with the same tense and person 
implied; Dan. ix. 5, by departing, or (we have) departed; Jer. 
xiv. 5, calved in the field and forsook it. With the/«r., Jer. xxxii. 
44, Men shall buy (fut.) fields, and subscribe evidences, and seal them, 
and take witnesses (three infinitives) ; Num. xv. 35. 

(b) It may stand at the beginning of the sentence, without a 
preceding finite verb. The infinitive (being the pure abstract idea 
of the verb) may serve as a short and emphatic expression for any 
tense and person which the connexion requires, e.g. it stands (a) for 
the pret. in lively narration and description, Isa. xxi. 5 ; Hos. iv. 2 ; 
also (3) for the fut. in its proper sense, 2 Kings iv. 43 ; (7) most 
firequently for the emphatic imp., Deut. v. 12 ; Exod. xx. 8. For 
the cohortative, Isa. xxii. 1 3, Let us eat and drink : i Kings xxii. 30, 
lit. to disguise myself and go (will I do). 

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INFINITIVE CONSTRUCT. 

The inf, const as a verbal substantive is subject to the same 
relations of case with the noun. 

The infinitive may be construed with the case of its verb, and 
hence in transitive verbs it takes the accusative of the object. 

The same construction takes place with a verbal noun analogous 
to the infinitive, as Isa. xi. 9, the knowledge of Jehovah (prop, the 
hnowing Jehovah). 

USE OF THE PARTICIPLE. 

The only existing form of the participle is used to express all 
the tenses. 

NIPHAL. 

Significations of Niphal. — It has similarity to the Greek middle 
voicCt and hence (a) it is primarily reflexive of Kal, e.g. IDB^Jt to 
look to one's self to beware; "^l^p?, to hide oneself; often in* verba 
wl^ch express passion or feeling, as Qnj)f to trouble one^s $df to 
grieve; njW, to bemoan one's self (b) Next it firequently ex- 
presses reciprocal action, as ISBK^J , to contend with one another at 
law; Y^l'^y to counsel; Niph., to consult together, (c) It has also, 
like Hithpael, the signification of the active with the addition of 
self for one's self e.g. /fcjtK'p, <o ask for 07ie*8 self (i Sam. xx. 6, 28). 
(d) It is often also passive of Kal, e.g. llT^ to bear; Niph., to be 
bom ; likewise of Piel and Hiphil, when Kal is intransitive or not 
in use, e.g. *1I13, to be in honour ; Niph., to he honoured; *in3, in 
Piel, to conceal; Hiph., to make disappear^ to destroy ; Niph., pas- 
sive of both : and in this case its meaning may again coincide with 
Kal {rhn Kal, and Niph., to be sick). 

PIEL AND PUAL. 

Significations of Piel. — (a) It denotes intensity and repetition^ 
e.g. pnV, to laugh; Piel, to sport, to jest (to laugh repeatedly); 
/KC^, to ask; Piel, to beg: hence it denotes that the action is per- 
formed upon manyt as "l^p, to bury (one), Gen. xxiii. 4; Piel, to 
bury (many), i Kings xi. 15. This signification of Piel is found 
with various shades of difference, nHB, to open; Piel, to loose: 
"IBD , to count ; Piel, to relate. With the eager pursuit of an object 
is connected the influence which the subject of it exerts upon others. 
Hence (b) it has a causative signification (like Hiphil), e.g. lip?, to 
learn; Piel, to teach. It often takes the modifications expressed 
by to permit, to declare, or to regard, to help, as n*n, to let live; 
PlJlf , to declare innocent ; ^\, to assist in child-bearing, 

(c) Defnomvnatiees are frequently found in this conjugation, which 
in general mean to make a thing {sc, that which the noun expresses), 
or to be in any way occupied with it, as firom ]\>, nest; \}}>, to make 
a nest: from "ISiy, dust; '^Bytt to throw dust, to dust. It also 
expresses the taking away or injuring that thing or part of which 
the noun is the name (as in English, to behead, to skin, to bone), e.g. 
IjnC^ (from Khy, a root), to root out, extirpate; 3^T (from 33T, 
tail), properly, to injure the tail, hence to rout the rearguard of an 
army ; }^ , to remove tJie (uJies. So also in verbs whose origin 
cannot be traced to a noun, e.g. bj^p, to stone, and also, to remove 
the stones, sc. from a field. 

The significations of the passive will present themselves spon- 
taneously, e.g. 3^11, to steal; Piel, to steal; Pual, to be stolen* 



HIPHIL AND HOPHAL. 

Significations of Hiphil. — It is properly causative of Kal, and in 
this sense is more frequently employed than Piel, e.g. KV^, to go 
forth ; Hiph., to bring out of, to lead forth; Vhp, to be holy; Hlph., 
to sanctify. When Kal is transitive, Hiph. takes two accusatives. 
Frequently Piel and Hiph. are both in use in the same signification, 
as 12H, to perish; Piel and Hiph., to destroy; but generally only 
one of them is found ; or they have some difference of signification, 
as in 12'3, to he heavy; Piel, to honour; Hiph., to make heavy. 
Intransitive verbs merely become transitive, e.g. ntS^, to bow (in- 
trans.) ; Hiph., to bow (trans.). The signification of Hophal, as of 
Niphal, may sometimes coincide with that of Kal, e.g. tS^, potuitj 
fut, Hoph., potensfiet, i.e. potsrit. 



HITHPAEL. 

Significations of Mithpael. — (a) Most frequently it is reflexive, 
but chiefly of Piel, as t5^j5nri, to sanctify on^s self; D^^nn> 
to avenge one*s self; "TJKJIH, to gird one^s self. Then further it 
means, to mxxke^ one's sdf thai which is expressed by the first con- 
jugation : hence, to conduct one*s sdf as such, to shew one^s self, to 
imagine one's sdf, to affect to be such ; properly, to make on£s sdf 
so and so, to oe^ so and so, e.g. T^BHil, to make one's self great, to 
act proudly ; DSn^n , to shew om£s self cunning, crafty, also Ecdes. 
vii. 16, to think one's sdf wise; IB^Pnn, to make, i.e. to feign one's 
self rich. Its signification sometimes coincides with that of Kal, 
and both forms are in use with the same meaning, e.g. ?3X Kal, 
to mourn, is found only in poetry; Hithp. in the same sense, is 
more common in prose, and even takes an accusative, (b) It ex- 
presses reciprocal action, as HX^nn, to look upon one another. Gen. 
xlii. I. More frequently (0) it expresses what one does indirectly 
to or for himsdf. It has then an active signification, and governs an 
accusative. Only seldom (d) it is passive. Judges xx. 1 5, 1 7 ; xxi. 9. 



UNUSUAL CONJUGATIONS. 

Of the unusual conjugations some are connected, in form, with 
Piel, as — 

1. Pod. — Its signification, like that of Piel, is often causative of 
Elal. Sometimes both are in use in the same signification, aa 
ppn, and Y^.f to oppress; sometimes each has its peculiar modi- 
fication of meaning, as 330, to turn about, to change; 33*10, to go 
about, to surround. , 

2. Pild, PuUd, ffiihpalel; used especially of permanent states 
or conditions, e.g. of colours; as I3K^, to be at rest; gJH, to be 
green, pass.; TTDH, to be withered.' Of these verbs there is no 
example in Kal. 

3. Pealal; as ?ap^J>, with repetition of the last two stem-letters, 
used especially of slight motions repeated in quick succession, e.g» 
"nnnnp, to go dbout with quids motioTi, hence (of the heart), to 
palpitate; Ps. xxxviii. 10, from *inp, to go about; pass, ID^Jpn^ 
to ferment with violence, to m>ckke a rumbling sound, Lam. i.* to. 
Nouns of this form are diminutives. Nearly related to this is — 

4. PUpd. — ^This also is used of motion rapidly repeated, which aD. 
languages are prone to express by repetition of the same sound, as 
flVDV' *o ^**^P' ^^* *^ tinkle; ll")!, to gurgU; ^^^)), to flutter 
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With Hiphil are connected, — 

5. Tiphel; as ^pT!. with T\ prefixed, as Wm, to teach one to 
walk, to lead {denom. from bjl. a foot) ; rTjnJ]), /«f. '*TJ!!]?^^j» to emu- 
late, J er, xii. 5 ; xxii. 15 (from iTjn, to he ardent, eager), 

6. Shaphd; ^DpT, frequent in Syriao, as IH^?^, toflamef from 
an^). In Heb. itis foond only in the noun T\27V^, flame. 

OF GRAMMATICAL STRUCTUBE. 

The formation of the parts of speech from the roots, and their 
inflexion, are effected in two ways: (1) by changes in the stem 
itself, particularly in its vowels ; (2) by the addition of the formative 
syllables. 

OF THE PERSONAL OR SEPARATE PRONOUN. 

1. The personal pronoun (as well as the pronouns generally) is 
among the oldest and simplest elements of the language. 

2. The pronouns in their separate and chief forms, or as ex- 
pressing the nominative, are the following : — 



Singidar, 




Plural 


1. comm. "»3« '•DbK / 


1. comm. 


«m« we 


-{"• "i^K 


M~ 


mr 


f m. H^n lie 
^- \ t K-n she 


( m. 
S- { f. 





SUFFIX PRONOUN. 

1. The full and separate forms of the pronoun expreea only the 
nominative ; the accusative and genitive, on the contrary, are ex- 
pressed by shortened forms of fragments which are joined to the end 
of verbs, nouns, and particles {suffix pronouns, usually suffixes), e. g. 
^n him, and S his (from N^H he); thus ^n"']|lb9i? ^ have killed him, 
"SD^D his horse, 

2. Concerning the eases which these sufi^es denote, let it be 
remarked, — 

(a) When joined to verbs, they denote the accusative, ^JT^JPlTtDp 
J ha/ve killed him. 

(b) When joined to substantives, they denote the genitive, and 
then serve as possessive pronouns, as ^3K my father, 

(0) When joined to particles, they denote either the genitive or 
the accusative, according as the particle has the meaning of a noun 
or verb, e,g. ^JJfi< (prop, my vicinity) with me; on the contrary, 
^Olin behold me, ' ' 

(d) The dative and ablative of the pronoun are expressed by 
combining the prepositions that are signs of these cases, (p , sign of 
the dative, 3 in, JO from) ; with the suflixee, aa\? to him; 13 in 
him; UjID from you, 

OF THE NOUN. 

A regular ii^exion of the noun by cases does not exist in Hebrew, 
although perhaps some ancient traces of case-endings remain. The 



relation of case in a noun is either learned simply from its position 
in the clause, or indicated by prepositions. In the form of the 
noun there is no change. 

OF FORMS WHICH MARK THE GENDER OF 
NOUNS. 

1. The Hebrew, like all the Shemitish languages, has but two 
genders, the masculine and feminine. Inanimate objects, properly 
of the neuter gender, and abstract ideas, for which other languages 
have a neuter form, are regarded in Hebrew as either masculine or 
feminine, particularly the latter. 

2. The masculine, as being the most conmion and important 
form of the noun, has no peculiar mark of distinction. The ending 
for the feminine was originally J1— , as in the 3 sing. pret. of verbs. 
But when the noun stands without a genitive following (i.e, when 
it is not in the construct state), the JV- usually appears in the 
weakened £prm il— , or is shortened to H— unaccented. 

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DERIVATION OF NOUNS. 

Nouns are either primitive, as M, father, DK, mother, or deriva^ 
tive. The latter are derived either from the verb, as p^*^V just, 
plV, 7]\TV^ righteousness, from p*1V, to he just; DT high, T\12r\ high 
place, USiD height, from D^^, to he high, or from another noun 
{denominatives), as 7JI"1, foot; rtP31p, pkme at the feet. The 
verbals are by &r the most numerous class. 

PRIMITIVE NOUNS. 

1. The number of primitives is veiy small, the nouns which are 
in most languages primitive being here usually derived from verbal 
ideas, e.g. most of the tiames of natural objects, as *1^)^^, he-goat 
{prop. Shaggy, from "Igb); HTpn, stork {prop, pious); T]'l)f^, 
barley {prop, bearded, also from Igb); DHT, gold (from an|, DH^, 
to be yellow). Decidedly primitive are the cardinal numbers, and 
there are many names of the members of the body, in men and 
beasts, for which no stem- verb can be found, as pp, horn, TB^, 
female breast, 

2. The form of the primitives is that of the simplest verbals, as 
ptDp, 7t3p, and it makes no difference, in the grammatical treat- 
ment, to which class the nouns belong. 

OF VERBAL NOUNS IN GENERAL. 

1. In Hebrew, as in Greek and Latin, the verbal nouns are con- 
nected in form and signification with certain forms of the verb, 
namely, the participles and infinitives, which even without any 
change are often employed as nouns, e.g. Hjn {to know), knowledge; 
2^k {hating), enemy. 

2. As to signification, it follows from the nature of the case, that 
nouns which have the form of infinitives regularly denote the action 
or state, with other closely related ideas (such as th^ place of the 
action), and are, therefore, mostly aibstract ; that participial nouns, 
on the contrary, denote, for the most part, the subject of the action, 
or of the state, and hence are concrete. It often happens, however, 
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OF THE PLURAL. 

1. The plural tennination for the mascidine gender is D^-^-t e.g, 
D^D, hone, ph D^'D^D. liorees, Noima in il— lose thin termioAtion 
when they take the plural ending, e,g, nth, seer, pi, D'^th. 

2. The plural termination for the feminine gender is Tf\. This 
takes the place of the feminine termination JV-* JV-, H— , when 
the noun in the singular ends with one of these ; otherwise it is 
merely appended to the form of the singular. 

8. Words which are of two genders have often, in the plural, 
both the masculine and feminine terminations, e.g, \^p^^, soul, pi. 
D^K?BJ.andniK^BJ. 

• T : t; 

4. A considerable number of masculines form their plural in 
f\S, while many feminines have a plural in Q^—* In both cases, 
however, the gender of the singular is usually retained in the 
plural. 

5. It is chiefly only in adjectives and participles that we find the 
plural endings regularly and constantly distinguished according 
to the gender, e.g, C'DSD boni; JllllD bonce: UyDp mate., 
Mvpl^ fem. So also in substantives of the same stem, when the 
difference depends on sex, D^JB eone; M^a daughUre ; W^dTO 
Icings; T\\S?0 querns. 

OF THE DUAL. 

1. As a modification of the plural we have the dual, which, 
however, is used only in substantives (not in adjectives, verbs, 
and pronouns). It is indicated in both genders by the ending 
D^— , appended to the singular, as D^^S both hands; DjrtS iteo 
days. 

2. The use of the dual is in Hebrew confined chiefly to such 
objects as are by nature or art in pairs, as Dp**, both hands. 



THE GENITIVE AND THE CONSTRUCT STATE. 

The Hebrew has no more the living use of case-endings, but in- 
dicates the relations of case, either by no outward means, as that 
of the nominative and generally also of the accusative, or by pre- 
positions ; but the genitive relation is indicated by a close connexion 
between two nouns. The noun, which serves as genitive to limit 
the other, remains unchanged, and is only uttered in more close 
connexion with the preceding nomen regens. Thus in Hebrew, the 
noun which stands before a genitive suffers the change (when there 
is any) by which this relation is indicated, and in grammatical 
language it is said to be in the construct state, while a noun which 
is not thus followed by a genitive is said to be in the absolute 
state. 

SYNTAX OF THE NOUN. 

BBLATION OF THE 8UBSTAKTIVE TO THE ADJBCTIVB,— OF THE 
AB8TBA0T TO THE C30NCRETB. 

In the Hebrew language there is a want of adjectives in propor- 
tion to substantives, and some classes of adjectives (e.g. those of 
material) are almost wholly wanting. This deficiency is supplied 
by substantives, and especially in the following ways : — 

1. The substantive employed to express some quality in another 



is placed after it in the genitive. So constantly in deaignating the 
material, e.g. ^D3 v3, vessels of silver, silver vessels. 

2. In Hebrew many of our adjectives denoting a property, attri- 
bute, or habit, are expressed by circumlocution, viz., by an abstract 
noun or name of a thing, which designates the attribute, preceded 
by some general name of a person as the sal:ject of the attribute. 
The subject is expressed by several words. 

OF THE PLURAL, AND OP COLLECTIVE NOUNS. 

1. Besides the proper plural endings, the language employs some 
other means for the expression of plurality, viz. (a) certain words 
whose appropriate signification is collective, designating an indefinite 
number of a class of objects, and having their corresponding nomina 
unitatis, or nouns which designate an individual of the class, as 
"lIC^, an ox {an individual of the ox hind); *1p^, oxen, e.g. HlSton 
')[>'2, Jive oxen, Exod. xxi. 37 ; ffe^V, small cattle, viz. sheep or goats ; 
t\\^, an individual of the same, a sheep or a goat (comp. in Eng. 
twenty people), (b) The feminine ending, (o) Nouns which have 
the proper signification of the singular, but which are often used as 
collectives, e.g. D'lK, man, the human race, €ren. i 26; C^K, coUect. 
for men; 'xyi, words; 2!^^, the enemy, for enemies. These words 
take the article when all the individuals of the class are included. 

2. When a substantive is followed by a genitive, and this com- 
pound idea is to be expressed in the plural, it is done (a) most 
naturally by the plural form in the governing noun, as ?jn *5^, 
strong heroes; so also in compounds, as '»3^D^"I3, Benjaminite, pi. 
'•rp'; '•ja, i Sam. xxll. 7. (b) In both, as D7;n nia, i Chron. 
viL 5; and hence D^TK 03, Ps. xxix. i, sons of Gods for sons of 
God. (c) Even only in the noun governed, as 365 n'*a, family; 
T\\M TVii, families. On this renuurk, which has hitherto been 
overlooked by gra mm aria n s, compare Judg. vii. a$, {the head of 
Oreb and Zeeb, for the heads), 2 Kings xvii. ap : Dan. xi 15. Here 
the two words by which the compound idea is expressed are treated 
as a nomen composUum. 

3. To the modes of expressing plurality belongs also the repe- 
tition of a noun, with or without a conjunction. By this is indicated 
the wJiole, aU, every, as Dl** Di^, day by day, every day ; B^K B^N, 
every man; hence distrihuUvdy, as \^y> l*!^ Tiy, each flock by 
itself. Gen. xxxii. 16 ; also, a great multitude, even with the plural 
fonp. Gen. xiv. 10, 1011 tVH^^ '^^"'J^|» asphalt-pits in ahitndance, 
nothing but asphalt-pits, 2 Kings iii. 16 : Joel iii. 14 ; finally, 
diversity, more than one kind, as p'3 signifies all and every kind, 
e.g. ]M) I5K, two hinds of weights, Deut. xxv. 13 ; D^ 2^, a 
double heart, Ps. xii. 2 : i Chron. xiL 33. 

CONNEXION OF THE SUBSTANTIVE WITH THE 
ADJECTIVE. 

1. The adjective which serves to qualify the substantive stands 
after it, and agrees with it in gender and numher, as 7\l^ B^fi<> 

TT T • 

2. An adjective, when its meaning is more fully determined by 
a substantive, is followed by it in the genitive case, as lKhTID\ 
beautiful in form. Gen. xxxix. 6 ; D^BD ^i?3, pure in hands, Ps. 
xxiv. 4; B'W '•Date, sorrowful in spirit, Isa! xix. 10. But verbal 

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nwn rvr\ vho^ f^ of the tpirU of vH»d<m (where HTI is 
accusative). 



OF APPOSITION. 



By this is meant the placing together of two substantives, so 
that one of them (commonly the second) serves to limit or qualify 
the other, as njO^K HB^K, a woman (who is) a widowy i Kings 
vii. 14 ; t6^2 mj^, a damsel (who is) a virgin, Deut. xxii 28 ; 
nOK O'nh^y words (which are) truth, Prov. ami. ai. 



OF THE GENITIVE. 

1. Apart from the obsolete ending of the genitive, the Hebrew 
regularly expresses the genitive relation by the constnict tta/te. 
When several successive genitives depend on each other, the repe- 
tition of the etmtlruct state is often avoided by adopting a peri- 
phrastic construction; yet this is not always done, e,g, \3^ *^ti\ 
^JTliaK \^n, the days of the yea/rs of the life of my /a«^«,*Gen.* 
xlvii.9; nn|>7:3 n\2l3 ne^^-lBpO '^^^, the reside of the nvm- 
her of Uie bows of the mighty ones of the' children of Kedar, Isa. 
xxi. 17. 

2. The noun in the genitive expresses not only the subject, but 
at times also the object, e.g, Ezek. xii. 19, D^'SK^H DDH, the wrong 
which the inhahita/nts did; on the contrary, 0(>ad. 10, ^^HK DDH, 
the wrong against thy brother; Prov. xx. 2, !J^ HO'^K, the fear of 
a king; D^D HpJlJ, the cry concerning Sodom, Gen.xviii. ao. Other 
applications of the genitive are, YJ) T^!?.» ^'^V ^ ^^ ^^ ^^* "*• 
m; tilO '^T'il), judges like those in Sod4m,JBA. I D\n1)K '•niT, 
sacrifices 'pleasing to Ood, Ps. li. 19. 

8. Not unfrequently the genitive construction also stands in the 
place of apposition, as JT^B IH? , river of JEv^hrates. 



USB OF THE AOCUSATIVB. 

The accusative is employed (a) to express the object of the tran- 
sitive verbs, and also (b) in certain adverbial designations, where 
it is no longer governed immediately by the verb. We shall here 
treat only of the latter. 



Accordingly, the accusative is employed,— 

1. In designations of place, (a) In answer to the question 
Whither f After verbs of motion, as mfe^n K2f3, let us go out into 
the field, i Sam. xx. 11 ; 2 Chron. xx. 36; Ps* cxxxiv. 2, (b) In 
answer to the question Where f After verbs of rest, as ^'•ZIK n^3, 
in the house of thy father, Gren. xxxviii. 1 1 ; 7^\l^T\ nriB, in the door 
of the tent, xviii. i. It is then employed also with reference to 
space and measure, in answer to the question, Row far t Gen. vii. ao, 
the water rose fifteen cubits, 

2. In designations of tinie, (a) In answer to the question When t 
as Di^n, the day, i.e. on the day, tJien, or, on this day, to-day; 
y\}l, at evening; n?lpi^, by night; D^ny, at noon, Ps. xcL 6. 
(b) In answer to the question Row longt D^D^ Hg^, six days 
(long), Exod. xx. 9. 

8. In other adverbial designations, Gen. xli. 40, ?'||2K KC)3n pi, 
only in respect to the throne will I be greater ; 2 Sam. xxL 20, four- 
and-twenty IBDD in ntmiber. With a following genitive, n^fl^ 
T'DK^, for fear of thorns, Isa. vii. 25 ; Job i. 5, he brought burrU- 
offerings D^3 IBpD according to the nuniber of them aU. Here 
bebng also cases like ()p;3 H^^, the double in money, Gen. xlii. 
15 ; D^V^ Hfi^^, an ephah of barley, Buth ii. 17. 

MODES OF EXPEESSING THE COMPARATIVE 
AND SUPEELATTVE. 

1. When the comparative is to be expressed, the particle \0 Op) 
is prefixed to the word with which the comparison is made, e.g. 
I Sam. ix. a, D^n~73p rC3|» taller than any of the people; Judg. 
xiv. 18, C^S^p p^D, sweeter than honey; so also after a verb 
denoting an' attribute, as D^n~73p HB^^i and he was taller than 
any of the people, i Sam. x. 23. 

2. The several modes of expressing the superlaHve are in prin- 
ciple the same : thus in all of them the positive form, by means of 
the article, or a suffix, or a following genitive, is made to designate 
an individual as preeminentiy the possessor of the quality expressed 
(comp. leplus grand), e.g. i Sam. xvii T4, AndBawid was }t3pn the 
small (one), t.e. the smaUest, and the three great {ones), ue, greater, 
&c. ; Gen. xlii. 13 ; Jonah iii.5, D^^p 1^ PP^IP> fi'om the greatest 
among them {lit, their great one) even wUo the teatt among them {lit. 
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certain words in the text of our version than could be obtained without reference to the original, and then of difl- 
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hold faaty to take holdy <fec., the reader will find the reference only under one of these words; and a little consider- 
ation will sometimes be necessary as to what word should be consulted. It is believed, however, that every verb 
and noun in Hebrew will be found referred to. Very considerable labour has been applied to the making the 
references correct and the whole complete ; but it must be understood that many phrases will not be found 
which are the rendering of particles, adverbs, and prepositions. It was found impracticable to include the ren- 
derings of the verb-substantive n^n, to he, except in some few cases. A Concordance of all such phrases might 
yet be considered a desideratum by those who appreciate the present work. 

In the Indexes to the references where the same English word occurs more than once, the order has been 
pointed out, «.//. know, 2 Sam. iii. 25, 25, 25, 2 a b b, knoweat is pret,, and to know occurs twice as inf.; but in 
Gen. iii. 5, 2 e, doth know, and knowing, are both part, Foel, It is of importance to mark the part of speech in 
the original, since verbs and nouns in Hebrew are not always rendered by verbs and nouns in English. An 
occasional reference to the Index of the varied renderings of the same original Hebrew, and a comparison of 
the explanation of that word in the body of this work, may firequently be of use. 

Thankful will the Author be if those who use the present work may find it instrumental to an increase in 
the knowledge of the Divine Will, as made known to us in the writings of "Holy men of God, who spake aa 
they were moved by the Holy Ghost;" "not in the words which man's wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy 
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A, Air. 



^HK a^f' one. • -irr Cb. cuy, one. 



Exod. xvi. 83, zzziiL 6, 

xxzyL2l. 
Ley. TiiLSe. 
Num. viL 48, xiiL 2. 
Josh. iiL 12, IS, 16^ iv. 2, 

4. 6, viL 21, 21, xxiL 14. 
Judg. iy. 16,axy. 4. 
1 SuD. L 6, vL 7. yii 9, 

12. ix. 16, xyi 20, xxiv. 

Uxxvi.20. 



2 Sam. iLl8./5 25,yL19, 
19, 19, iviiL 11. 

1 Kings viL 82, xiii 11, 
xix. 4, 6, xz. 13, xxii. 9. 

2 Kings yL 2, xii. 9, zxy. 
19. 

2 Chron. xxiv. 8. 
Ezra iy. 8. a 

yL2. a 

Job xliL 11. 11. 



J6r.H.eO.]ii.25. 

Szek. viii. 7, 8, xxxSi 2, 
xL 42, 42, 48, zliiL 13, 
xlviii. 1, 2, 8, 4^ 5, 6, 7, 
2S.y24.25.26^27. 

Dan. iL 31. a 

vi- 17. a 

viii. 3. 

JonahiiL4. 

Zech. y. 7. 



«Ml.untooDe. /i W. as one of the roes. 



ABASB. 



y «.€ 



n3^ to labour, to suffer ; to be afflicted, to humble oneself. 

"KALfut. Is. xxxi. 4, t.e. does not submit himself. 
^Qt5f to be low ; to depress, cast down. Hifhil inf, Ezek. xxi. «6. 

imp. Job zl. 1 1, b^xo Ch. Aphel, to bring down, inf, Dan. 

iv. 37- 

ABATE. 
jnS to take firom or away. Niphal pret. Lev. xxyii. i8. 
ion to diminish ; to fail, to be lessened. Kal^. Gen. viii. 3. 

D^ to flee. Kal pret. Deut. xxxiv. 7, marg. fled. See Gen. 

xxvii. I. 
7?i? to be light ; to be lessened. Kal pret. Gen. viiL 8, 1 1. 
nD*J to cast down ; to let fall ; with |d to cease from, of anger. 
Kal pret, Judg. viii 3. 

ABHOB. 

1 B^ to stink, as a dead body, Exod. vii. 18, 21, viii 14 ; as 

the manna that has bred worms, Exod. xvL 70 ; as oint- 
ment corrupted by flies, Eccles. x. i ; as fish when dead. 
Is. L 2, Ps. xxxviii. 5 ; my wounds, ». e. my sins stink 
and are corrupt, as a wound that has become very offen- 
sive, like an envenomed ulcer discharging a fetid odour • 
and which the suffering sinner himself can no longer bear. 
Hence the force of this word when translated 'abhor.' 
Niphal ^pret. Hifhil ^pret. ''inf, 

2 ?n3 to loathe and abhor ; with 2, '^^^- pret. 



8 7^1 to loathe, to reject with aversion, or cast away : that kind 
of aversion is implied, which is often ascribed to the soul 
or mind, as when the wicked abhor the statutes and judg- 
ments of God ; and God abhors the disobedient and unbe- 
lieving. It is used in other cases of that aversion which 
is chiefly to be referred to feeling or instinct : see Loathe, 
KAL^pret. ^fut. 

Af\V!y\ m. The primary meaning seems to be that of thrusting 
back. The noun is used twice of those who are thrust 
out of the kingdom of heaven and everlasting life as 
objects of abhorrence or detestation. 

6 DHT to loathe, to nauseate, as that which is fetid and filthy. 
Only in Piel pret, 

6 Qyr to be indignant. Kal ^ftU, ^part, PatLl. 

7 DXD to refuse, to reject as useless or troublesome, or with aver- 

sion ; to despise, opp. nna to choose, comp. Is. xli. 9, Job 
xxxiv. 33: aeeLetpise; sometimes rendered iiroJojci/wffeiy. 

KALfut. 

8 Y9i *^ ^'^^^ ^i*^ Bcom and contumely : this word is stronger 

than the preceding, as implying provocation on the part 
of the object, and is used of God's abhorrence of perverse 
sinners in each instance of this rendering, except i Sam. 
ii 1 7. It sometimes means wantonly to provoke to anger ; 
Ixx. wapo^^ytiy, irapopyi(u¥. So it is used of God's being 
provoked to anger by the contemptuous rejection of his 
counsel, his abhorring with anger. Kal ^fut, Piel ^pret. 

9 110 to reject with abhorrence and detestation. Piel pret. 

This word seems to have something in common with ">■<« 
to execrate, and is always used in connection with n;i 
to cast off. 

10 Y^pio be weary of, to be greatly disgusted at, to loathe, with 

a; to be grieved and distressed as by something painful 
and oppressive: so Is. vii. 16 and i Kings xi. 25 may be 
understood, moleste ferre; Ixx. ifiapve^nrifffv, to be dis- 
tressed on account of '300 Is. vii. 16 may be rendered, 
" the land by whose two kings thou art distressed." Kal 
^fut. ^part. 

11 Y\>^ to be abominable, filthy, impure, chiefly through idolatry, 

or the eating of things unclean; to detest, abhor, nauseate. 
^iSLpra. 

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12 3K)n to desire eamesUy, eagerly, as a hungry man desires food ; 
in PnsL it is once used in a contrary sense; that which 
we strongly desire, and do not obtain, we may loathe ; or 
it may be for the following root by the change of one 
letter. PiXL part. 

18 3yi1 to be averse to, as to that which is offensive to all the 
senses ; to detest, hate with indignation, as the Israelites, 
things accursed; as David, &l8e doctrine, Ps. cxix. 163; 
as the wicked, an upright speaker, Amos v. 10 ; and judg- 
ment, Mic. iii. 9; as God abhors the man of blood and 
deceit, Ps. v. 6; comp. Job xv. 16; Ps. cvi. 40. Piel 
•|)rrt. ^inf. ^fvA. ^part. 



Ezod. V. 21. 
Lev. ZZ.28. 

iivL 11, 15. 
xxvL SO. 48. 44. 
Deut vii. 26. a 
xxiii. 7, 7. 
xxxii. 19. p 

1 Sam. ii. 17.y 
xzvii. 12.3 

2 8am. xvi2L 
1 Kings XL 26. 
Job ix. 31. t 

xix.19. 



1 b 

10 a 

8b 

8 a 

18 b c 

18 c 

8 a 

8b 

Icb 

1 a 

10 a 

18 a 

18 a 



Job XXX. 10. 
xxxiiL20. 
xlu.6. 

P8.V.6. 

X.8. 
xxii. 24. 
xxxvi. 4. 
Ixxviii. 60. 
lxxxix.88. 
cvi 40. 
cvii. 18. 
oxix.168. 



13 a 

6 

7 

IS c 

8b 

11 

7 

7 

7 

18 c 

18 c 

18 



Prov.xxiL14. 

xxiv. 24. 
Is. vii. le. 

xlix-7. 

Ixvi24. 
Jer. xiv. 21. 
Lam. ii 7. 
Ezek. xvi. 26. 
Amos V. 10. 

via. 
Mic iiL 9. 
Zech.xi8. 



6b 

6 a 

10 b 

18 d 

4 

8 a 

9 

18 c 

IS 

12 

13d 

2 



a lU. and abhorring thou shalt abhor it. p or, despised. y Ixz. ^tf^row. 

5 lit. in making himself to stink he hath made hixnself stink. t or, make 
me to be abtuured. 

ABI. 
3K fli. fikther: Judg. vi. ii« h; '^- S^' ^^- &ther ot 

ABIB. 

^^2H m. the name of a month, so called because com was then 
forming the ear, a few weeks before harvest; falling 
somewhere about March or April; afterwards called 
Nisan, the first month of the Hebrew year: Exod. 
xiii. 4; xxiii. 15; xxxiv. 18, 18: Deut. xvi. i, 1: Ezek. 
iiL 15, Tel-abib, i.e. a corn-hill. 

ABIDB. 

1 M^3 to come in, to enter. KALfut. 

2 *1^d to sojourn as a stranger, a guest; in Ps. xv. i, some 

understand it of a temporary abode in the church 
below, as distinguished from a fixed dwelling, of the 
next clause, in the church for ever. Kal fvi. 

3 p^l to cleave; with D9 to abide fast, to remain with. Kal 

4 /^n to stay, rest, or abide, implying action which has attained 

its object, which does not however cease, but now dwells 
on the purpose to which it is directed : let the following 
passages be consulted as to the import of this meaning, 
where evil is said to fall and stay to fulfil its conmiission 
on some object of vengeance: Jer. xxiii 19; xxx. 23: 
Lam. iv. 6 : 2 Sam. iii. 29. Kal pret. 

6 n^n to abide, rest, after travelling or marching, or as opposed 

to removing ; to abide in tents. Kal ^imp, ^ftU. 

6 3C^ to sity to remain in a place, mostly with ^ See Sit. 

Kal *pret, ^imf. (*thy abode,' lit. thy sitting, is to 
be understood with the phrases that follow of all the 
actions of a man's life : comp. Ps. cxxxix. 2.) *^im^, ^fut. 
•paH. Poel. HiPHiL 'fut. 

7 /\2i to contain; to sustain or endure heavy judgments, im* 



plying suffering: see Contain, Preimoe, PiLP. ^porC 
HiPHIL ^fut. 

8 m^ to be joined, to adhere to, to accompany. Kal fid* 

9 r? ^ lodge, to stay all night ; to continue in a settled state. 

Kal ^fut. HiTHPALP. ^fut. 

10 rifiD to adjoin oneself: Hithpael inf.; with 1, i Sam. zxvi. 

19, marg. cleaving ; have driven me from abiding, from 
associating myself and being associated with the inhe- 
ritance of the Lord, i. e. from abiding in it : comp. Deat. 
xxxii. 9. 

11 ^py to stand ; opp. to pass away, Ecdes. i. 4 ; to abide, to be 

situate, with b^^, in a place; to abide behind. Kal 
•/«<. ^paH. Poel. 

12 rnipP m* hope, expectation: i Chron. xxix. 15; no abiding, no 

expectation of a fixed or continued state. 

13 0)p to rise ; to stand up, to keep one's ground. KALfiU, 

14 2V^ to return. EIal inf. Paronomasia. 

15 p(^ to dwell, to remain, to continue where one is; to rest 

after motion ; to rest or remain in a state of inactivity ; 
applied to the presence of God among his people, and 
hence, Shechinah: see Tabernacle. Kal ^pret, ^fuL 
^paH. Poel. 

16 iTH to be. KALfut. 



Gen. xix. 2. 

xxii. 5. 

xxiv. 56. 

xxix. 14. 

xxix. 19. 

xliv.38. 

xlix.24. 
Exod. xvi. 29. 

xxiv. 16. 

xl.86. 
Lev. viii. 86. 

xix. 18. 
Num. ix. 17, 18. 

ix.20,22. 

ix. 21. 

xi.86. 

XX. 1. 

xxii 5. 

xxii 8. 

xxiv. 2. 

XXV. 1. 

xxxi.l9. 

xxxi. 28, 28.« . 

XXXV. 25. 
Deut. i 46. 46. 

iii. 19, 29. 

ix. 9. 
Josh, ii 22. 

V. 8. 

viii 9. 

xviii. 5, 6. 
Judg. V. 16. 

V. 17. 17. 



9a 
6 c 
6d 
6d 
6 c 
6d 
6d 
6 c 

16 b 

16 a 
6d 
9a 

16 b 
6b 
16 
16 
6d 
6 e 
6d 

16 

6d 

6 a 

1 

6 a 

6d a 
6d 
6d 
6d 
6d 
6d 

11 a 

6 a 

16 a b 



Judg. xi 17. 


6d 


2 Chron. xxxii 10. 


6e 


x^ 9, 12. 


6 e 


Emiviiil6./i 


6b 


xix. 4. 


6d 


viii 82. 


6d 


XX. 47. 


6d 


Job xxiv. 18. 


6a 


xxi2. 


6d 


xxxviii40. 


6d 


Euth ii. 8. 


8 


xxxix.9. 


9 a 


I8am.i22. 


6a 


xxxix.28. 


9b 


i28. 


6d 


Ps. XV. 1. 


2 


V.7. 


6d 


xlix. 12. 


9 a 


vii 2. 


6b 


Iv. 19. 


6 e 


xiii 16. 


6 e 


Ixi4. 


a 


xix. 2. 


6a 


Ixi7. 


6d 


xxii 6. 


6d 


xcil. 


9b 


xxii. 6. 


6 e 


cxix. 90. 


11 a 


xxii 28. 


6 


cxxv. 1. 


6d 


xxiii 1^18. 25. 


6d 


Prov. vii 11, 


15 b 


XXV. 18. 


6 a 


XV. 81. 


9 a 


XXViS. 


6 e 


xix. 28. 


9 a 


xxvil9. 


10 


Eccle8.i4. 


lib 


xxx. 10. 


11a 


viii 15. 


8 


xxx. 21. 


6 f 


Is. ixxvii. 28. 


6b 


2Sam.il. 


6d 


Jer. X. 10. 


7 b 


xill. 


6 e 


xxi9. 


6 e 


xil2. 


6d 


xxx viii 28. 


6d 


XV. 8. 


6b 


xiii 10. Y 


U6 d 


XV. 19. 


6 c 


xlix. 18, 88. 


6d 


xvi 8. 


6 e 


i40. 


6d 


xvi 18. 


6d 


H08.iii8,4. 


6d 


1 Kings viii 18. 


6b 


xi.6. 


4 


xvii. 19. 


6 e 


Joel ii 11, 


7b 


2 Kings xix. 27. 


6b 


Mic. V. 4. 


6 a 


1 Chron. xxix. 16. 


12 


Nah. i 6. 


IS 


2 Chron. xxv. 19. 


6 c 


Mai. iii. 2. 


7 a 



V. 17. 17. 15 a b 2 Chron. xxv. 19. 6 c i Mai. iii. 2. 7 a 

a W. shall go into the fire. /i or. pitched. y W. returning ye will abide. 

ABJEOTS. 
n^!) adj. one that smites, a smiter with the tongue, calum- 
niator: Ps. XXXV. 15. Ixx. Vulg. Syr. fiageUa. Symm. 
TXfJKreu. Hieron. percutientea. Targ. impii qui percu- 
titmt me verbis mis. Comp. Jer. xviii. 18 ; Job v. 21. 
Our version takes it in a passive sense, smitten, i. e, 
lowest of men, despised, contemptible: comp. Vile, in 
Job xxx. 8. 

ABLE, ABILITY. 
1 ^ m. sufficiency ; the full ability of a person ; with a geni- 
tive of the person or thing to or for which there is a 
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8 hf^n 

8 T 
4 hb> 



nb 

T T 



• "l?y 



10 



ef» 



m. strength, power ; strength of body or mind. 

com,, hand. 

to be able ; constr. with aoc. more freq. with a gerund ; 
to be able to do anything, with a simple inf.; also with 
a finite verb ; to be able to effect, to aocomplish, to 
prevail Kal •|>re*. ^inf, ^f%U, ^jj Ch. Fal, to be 
able, ^fret, *part. 

Ch. to be able. Fal jxirf. aeUve. 

m. strength of body and yigonr. 

to find. KAL^jore*. ^fut. 

to move oneself to ; to reach, to attain to. HiFHiL ^prd, 

to shut np; to hold back, to detain; with ni ex- 
pressed or understood, to retain strength ; with S to 
have strength for anything, to be able. Kal ^jpret. 

to be : a Chron. xxv. 9 ; 2t<. it is to JehoTah to give. 



Ablb, followed by an infinitiye in English, has ftieqaently no cor- 
responding Hebrew, and will be found under the latter word; 
as, able to endure. See Endure, &c 



Gen. XT. 6. 
Ezod.x.5. 

ZTiiilS. 

ZYiiL21,26. 

xviiL 28. 

zLSS. 
Lev. V. 7. « 

v.lL/i 

xiL8.y 

xiv.28.a 

xiv. 81. 8 

xxv. 26.t 8t 

xxv. 28.^ 

xxv. 49.1} 

xxvii8.9 
Num. XL 14. 

xiiLSd, 81. 

xiv. 18. 

xxii. 11, 1 87. 
Deut. i 9. 

ix.28. 



4 

4 c 

4 c 

2 

4a 

4 a 

8. 1 

8,8b 

8»7b 1 

8.8b 

8,8b 

8a,7a, 1 

8,7a. 1 

8,8 a 

8,8b 

4 

4 

4b 

4 

4 

4b 



Deut.xiv.24. 


40 


Ps-xxLll. 


4c 


xvi 17. « 


8 


xxxvil2. 


4a 


Judg.viiL8. 


4a 


XL12. 


4a 


1 Sam. vi. 20. 


40 


Bocle8.viiLl7. 


4o 


xvli9,88. 


40 


Is. xxxvL 8. 14. 


40 


lKing8iiL9. 


40 


xlvii. 11, 12. 


4o 


ix. 21. 


4a 


Jer.xill. 


4o 


2Kingsxviii.28»29. 4,o 


xlix.lO. 


40 


lGhron.ix.l8.A 


2 


Lam. i. 14. 


40 


xxvLS. 


2 


Bzek. vii 19. 


4o 


xxli. 14. iL 


9b, 6 


xxxiiL12. 


40 


2 Chron. IL 8. v 


9 b. 6 


xlvi.5.oll. 


8 


viL7. 


4a 


Dan.L4. 


6 


XX. 87. 


9a 


ii.26. 


6 


xxxlLlS. 


4b. a 


iiLl7. 


4e 


xxxiL 14. 15. 


40 


iv.18,18. 


4e.5 


Ezra 11. e9. 


6 


iv.87. 


4 e 


x.l8.( 


8 


vi.20. 


4d 


Neh.iv.10. 


4o 


Amos vii. 10. 


40 


V.8. 


1 


Zeph.Ll8. 


4 


P8.xviiL88. 


40 







a lit. his hand cannot reach to the sufficiency of; see also Bring, fi lU. 

his hand reach not y lit. her hand find not sufficiency of. i lit, his 

hand can reach. c M. his hand hath attamed and found suffidencv. 

( Uf . If his hand hath not found a sufficiency. 1} lit. his hand hath attaineo. 
/i<. as the hand of him, &c. can attain. i W. I shall prevail in fighting 

against him. k lit, according to the gift of his hand. K Ht. mi^htv 

men of valour. /x Ut, retain, or. obtain strength. v lU. hath retamed, 

or obtained strength. t Ut. not power. o lit, the gift of his hand. 

ABOIiISH. 

^pn to pass, to pass away. Kal fut. Is. ii 18 : Ui, the 
idols shall utterly pass away. 

rUnn to be broken, so as to be quite disabled ; applied to the 
righteousness or saving power and goodness of Gh>d, 
which shall never be broken, disabled, or rendered in 
any respect incapable of making his fidthfiil servants 
happy. NiPHAL/irf. Is. IL 6. 

SintD to blot or wipe out. Nifhal pra, Ezek. vL 6. 

ABOMIITABLB, ABOMINATION. 

1 }^1i to stink, to be loathsome and odious, to be had in abomina- 

tion. SeeAhhor. "Sipbal pret, 

2 Dyr to be indignant ; to account abominable, the object of the 

wannest resentment. EIal part. Patll. 
8 TUB m. impurity, nnoleanness, abomination ; spoken of food* 
4 Y?^ ^ detest; to be abominable, nnolean, chiefly used of 

idolatry, and of things that one may not touchy eat, or 



worship ; Piel, to make abominable^, to have in abomi- 
nation. Pdel ^fiU, *> ^{7^ m. abomination, an abomi- 
nable thing ; " ^^p^ m. of garments, of meats o£Eered 
to idols, especially of idols, abominable filthy idols. 
ff DJfJ^ See Abhor. Nifhal ^pret. ^paH. Hifhil, to do abomi- 
nably, chiefly in things connected with idolatiy. «pre*. 
^fut. «n^;^^n/. an abomination; abominable deed or 
practice. 



Gen.xliii88. 


6e 


2Chron.xv.8. 


4o 


xlvi84. 


6e 


xxviii 8. 


6e 


Exod.viii. 28^28. 


6e 


xxxiii. 2. 


6e 


Lev. vii 18. 


8 


xxxiv.88. 


6e 


vii 21. 


4b 


xxxvi8,14. 


6e 


XL 10, 12; 20,28, 41. 


Ezra ix. 1.11, 14. 


6e 


4&. 


4b 


Job XV. 18. 


6b 


XL 11, 11. 


4ba 


Ps-xiv.l. 


6 c 


XL18.18. 


4ab 


liiil. 


6c 


XL 48. 


4a 


IxxxviiiS. 


6e 


xviiL22,28,27,2&. 


Prov.iii82. 


6e 


80. 


6e 


vil8. 


5e 


xix.7. 


8 


viii7. 


6e 


XX. 13. 


6e 


xil,20. 


6e 


XX. 26. 


4a 


xii.22. 


60 


Deut. vii 25, 28. 


6e 


xiiilO. 


6e 


xii.81. 


6 e 


XV. 8, 9. 28. 


6e 


xiiil4. 


6e 


xvi. 8, 12. 


60 


xiv. 8. 


6e 


xvii. 16. 


60 


xvii. 1, 4. 


6e 


XX. 10. 28. 


60 


xviii9,14ia. 


6e 


xxi 27. 


60 


XX. 18. 


6 e 


xxiv. 9. 


6e 


xxii 6. 


6e 


xxvi26. 


6e 


XTiiilS. 


6e 


xxviii 9. 


60 


XXIV. 4. 


5e 


xxix- 27.27. 


60 


xxv. 18. 


6e 


Is.il8. 


6e 


xxviiis. 


6e 


xiv. 19. 


6b 


xxix.17. 


4c 


xli.24. 


60 


xxxii. 18. 


6e 


xliv.l9. 


6e 


lSam.xiiL4. 


1 


lxv.4. 


8 


lKing8xi6,7.7. 


4c 


Ixvi8. 


4c 


xiv. 24. 


6 e 


Ixvil7. 


4b 


xxi26. 


6d 


Jer. ii 7. 


6 e 


2King8Xvi8. 


6e 


iv.l. 


4 


xxi. 2. 11. 


6e 


vil8. 


6e 


xxiii IS. 18.18. 4c 0,6 e 


vii. 10. 


6e 


xxiiia4. , 


4c 


vii 80. 


4o 


1 Chron. xxi 8. 


6a 







Jer.viiiia. 

xiii.27. 

xvi 18. 

xxxii 84. 

xxxii 86. 

xliv. 4k 22. 
Ezek. iv. 14. 

V. 9, 11. 

vi 9, 11. 

vii 8. 4^ 8. 9, 20. 



6e 
40 
6e 
40 
5e 
60 
8 
6e 
6e 
6e 



viii8.e.9,18,16,17. 6e 

viii 10. 4 b 

ix.4. 6e 

xi 18, 21. 6 e 

xii 18. 6 e 

xiv. 8. 6 e 

xvi 2. 22. 88, 48,^ 

47, 60, 61, 51,>6e 

58. J 

xvi 62. 5 o 

xviiil2,18.24. 6e 

XX.4. 6 e 

XX. 7. 8, 80. 4 

xxii2.ll. 6 e 

xxiiiSS. 6 e 

xxxiii. 28, 29. 6 e 

xxxvi81. 6 e 

xliiiS. 6 e 

xliv. 8, 7. 13. 6 e 

Dan. ix. 27. 4 o 

xi. 31. 4 

xii. 11. 4 

Hos. ix. 10. 4 o 

Mic vi 10. 2 

Nah. iii 8. • 4 o 

Zeoh. ix. 7. 4 o 

MaLiill. 6 e 



ABOUND, ABUNDANOB, ABUNDANT. 

1 {ton a multitude ; plenty or abundance of anything, especially 

of riches. 

2 rt n». The primary meaning of the root tM, nowhere nsed, 

is doubtful. Ges. refers it to the idea of quick motion. 
Lee renders the noun, euefotia, from which he deduces 
the idea of abundance, riches. FUerst gives to the root 
the meaning of prolific existence, fecundity ; and also 
that of radiating motion, whence the noun comes to 
mean beasts that roam about, devastate the vineyards, 
Ps. Ixxx. 13, and wander in the open field, Ps. 1. 11. 
Critics are divided as to the meaning in Is. Ixvi 11, 
whether it is brightness or abundance. The whole 
context implies an abundance of consolations, which 
may be supposed to flow in upon Israel in rapid motion. 
(5ee. renders it 'foil breasts.' 

8 *n^ to oome down. Kal part, PoeL 

4 *in^ m. residue, abimdance. • mn* /. Is. xv. 7, t. «. what is 
left after the necessaries of life have been supplied; 
what, according to the next clause, they lay up. 

6 ^33 to be heavy ; to be abundant ; to abound with. NiPHAL 
part. Prov. viii 24, of fountains abounding with water, 
or, according tO Geier, in reference to their exoellenee, 
as living, flowing, and pure. 

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« "^33 to be great, much. Hxphil, to multiply ; part, 

7 *^BDD m* number ; in abundance : lit, without number. 

8 npvy /. strength. Is. xlvii. 9 : or, in the midst of the vigour ot 

9 n^nj /. riches, abundnnce. 

10 yy adj. many, much, numerous. • ai m. multitude. 

11 nST to multiply, to bring in abundance. Hiphil ^pret, ^inf, 

12 ysfe^ m. plenty, abundance of food. 

13 tVO}^ f. quietness, peace ; abundance of idleness. 

14 yOGJ^' m. abundance. • n^D«J /• i^- multitude. 

ABUimAirTLT is ftiequently the translation of the inflnitife of Tsrhs. 
See Breed, Bring forth, &0. 



Ezod. nxiv. C 
Num. XX. 11. 
Deut, xxviii 417. 
xxxiiil9. 

1 8am. L 16. 

2 Sam. xii. 30. « 
1 Kings i. 19, 26. 

X, 10, 27. 
xviii. 41. p 

1 Chran. xii. 40. 
xxii. S. 3, 6, 8, H 

16. 
xxiL4.y 
xxix.2, 21. 

2 Chron. L 16. 
ii.9. 
iv.18. 

ix. 1, 9, 87. 
xi2S. 



10 

10 

10 a 

14 

10 a 

lib 

10 a 

10 a 

1 

10 a 

10 a 
7 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 



2 Chron. xiv. 16. 

XV. 9. 

xvii. 6. 

xviii. 1, 8. 

XX. 26. 

xxiv. 11. 

xxix.S6. 

xxxL6,6. 

xxxii 6, 29. 
Neh.ix.26. 
Esth. i. 7. 
Job xxii. 11. 

xxxvi28. 

xxxri.Sl. 

xxxviii.84 
Ps.xxxviLll. 

liL7. 

lxxiL7. 



11 



10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 
a, 10 a 
10 a 
10 a 

10 
14 a 

10 
6 
14 a 
10 a 
10 a 
10 a 



Prov. viiL 24 

xxviii. 20. 

xxix. 22. 
Eccles. V. 10. 

V.12. 
I8,vu.22. 

XV. 8.3 

XV. 7. 

xlvii. 9. « 

1V.7.C 

Ivi. 12. n 

IX.&.0 

IxvL 11. i 
Jer. xxxiii. 6. 

li.18. 
£siek.xvi49.K 

xxvLlO. 
Zech.xiv.14. 



5 

10 

10 

1 

12 

10 a 

8 

4a 

8 

lie 

4 

1 

8 

9 

10 

13 

14 a 

10 a 



a lit. very great abundance. P Ut.ar,tk sound of noise of rain. y lit, 
without num ber. 6 lit. flowing in weeping ; murg. descending into weeping ; 
or, coming down with weeping. « lit. with strength. C Ut. multiply 

to pardon. ly lit. a very great residue. 9 Ut. or, the noise of the sea 

shall be turned to thee. i lU. or brightness. k M. in the security of 

ease. 

ABOUT. 

33D to turn oneself; to go about in a place; to surround, 

encompass ; to be about on eveiy side ; to make about, 

to cast about. Kal • prtt, ^fut, Hiphil ^fut, * a'a^ m. 

round about. 

About enters into the rendering of many verbs; as, bring about, Ac. 



Nmn.ii.8. 


d 


Neh.v.17. 


d 


xvi.24. 


d 


vi.16. 


d 


Deut. xvii. 14 


d 


Job xxix. 6. 


d 


2 Sam. xxiv. 6. 


d 


Ps. Ixxxix. 7. 


d 


1 Kings V.8. 


a 


Cant iii. 7. 


d 


vii.2S. 


d 


Jer. xvii 28. 


d 


xviii. 82. 


d 


xxxii. 44 


d 


8 Chron. xiv. 7. 





xxxiii. 18. 


d 


Ezra i. 6. 


d 


zlL14 


b 



Jer.xlviu.17.89. 


d 


xlii-6. 


d 


Ezek.i4 


d 


V.2. 


d 


xii 14 


d 


xxxii. 28. 


d 


xxxvi7. 


d 


xliii. 17. 17. 


d 


Dan.ix.ie. 


d 



ABOVE. 

C3^"1D m. height ; something remote or fiu* off : 4 Sam. xxii. 17 : 
Pb. z. 5 ; xviii. 16; cxliv. 7 : Lam. i. 13. 

ABBOAD. 

pn m. any space that lieth without, in contradistinction to 
that which lieth within, or which lies beyond any sup- 
posed bounds or precincts : Gen. zv. 5 ; ziz. 17 : Ezod. 
xii. 46 ; zzi. 19 : Lev. ziv. 8 ; xviii. 9 : Deut. xxiii. 10, 
12, 13 ; xxiv. II, ji : Judges xii. 9, 9 : i Sam. ix. 26 : 
4 Kings iv. 3 : 2 Chron. xxix. 16 : Ps. xii. 6 : Prov. y. 16 : 
Jer. vi. II : Lam. i. 20: Ezek. xxxiv. 21. 

pB to break forth. KALfut. 1 Chr. xiii. 2. "Let UB send 
abroad ;** marg. let us break forth and send. 
See also the verb with which it is connected, as Coit, fto. 



ABSENT. 
*\nD to hide. Nifhal fut. Gen. xzxi. 49 ; lU, hidden froiDy 
i, e. shall not see one another. 

ABUSE. 

77^ to do, perform. Hithpael with 1 to perform a mighty 
deed on, or to abuse any one, to treat any one ill, to do 
violence, to use with indignity, insolence, and scorn. 
HiTHPASL prd. I Sam. xxxi 4 ; marg, mock, i Chron. 
X. 4 ; marg. id. ftU. Judg. xlx. 2$, 

AOOEFT, AOOEFTABIiE, AOOEFTANOE. 

1 ins to choose, select^ prefer. Niphal pari. 

2 ]&^ to be or become fat ; to make fat, to regard as &t ; or, 

from 'txii m. ashes, to turn to ashes. 'Pol fut, 

3 YP^ ^' <le^g^t : acceptable words ; lit. words of delight. 

4 3D^ to be well; to be pleasing, agreeable, right, acceptable. 

KALfut. 
6 T)[p to take, accept, ftc. Kal pret, 

6 7&^ to &11 ; to let fall a supplication, to present it in a humble 

manner ; as we say, to lay. it at one's feet. KALfut, 

7 KC^ to lift up ; with D^3| to accept the person of any one, to 

be gracious to him ; either in a good sense fitvourably, 
or in a bad sense partially. The expression arises from 
an Eastern custom of prostrating themselves in making 
a request, which being granted, the prince orders the 
suppliant to rise, •'. e. to lift up his face. Kal ^pret, 
Hnf, ^fvJt, * n^tip m. a nusing, exaltation, dignity ; pre- 
cedence, pre-eminence, of the birthright. Gen. iv. 7 ; 
comp. xlix. 3. 

8 D^^B m. pi, fiftoe. 

n^*1 to smell, to smell with pleasure, to smell a sweet savour. 
Hiphil /u<. 

10 mn to be well pleased with, to take delight in a person or 

thing; particularly to accept graciously one with a 
present, or with offerings and prayers, spoken of the 
Deity. To bear with a patient, acquiescing, submissive 
mind ; in opposition to reluctance, impatience, distrust, 
or despair ; Lev. zxvi. 41, 43. EIal ^prtt, *>»mp. ^fvX, 
^pari. Pod. •paH, PatiL Niphal ^prti, »/trf. >» \\^'\ m. 
delight^ acceptance, approbation ; good will, &vour, 
grace. 

11 "^DC^ Ch. to be beautiful, acceptable, with b;^. P*al/i(<. 



Gen.iv.7. 


7d 


1 Sam. xxvL 19. 


9 


Is. xlix. 8.^ 


10 h 


xix.21. 


7a,8 


2 Sam. xxiv. 28. 


10 c 


Ivi. 7. Y 


10 h 


xxxii. 20. 


7c8 


£sth.x.S. 


10 e 


lviii6.a 


10 h 


Bxod. xxii. 11. 


6 


Job xiii. 8, 10. 


7 c 


lx.7. 


10 h 


xxvUi.38. 


10 h 


xxxii 21. 


7c 


lxi.2. 


10 h 


Lev.L4 


10 f 


xxxiv. 19. 


7a 


Jer. vi. 20. 


10 h 


viLlS. 


10 g 


xiii 8, 9. 


7C.8 


xiv. 10. 


10 a 


X.19. 


4 


P8.xix.14 


10 h 


xiv. 12. 


10 d 


xix.7. 


10 g 
10 h 


XX. 8. 


2 


xxxvii20. 


6 


xxii. 20, 21. 


lxix.18.^ 


10 h 


xiii 2. 


6 


xxii. 23, 26. 27. 


10 R 

10 h 


Ixxxii. 2. 


7o 


Szek.xx.40.4L 


10 


xxiii. 11. a 


cxix.108. 


10 b 


xliii. 27. 


10 a 


xxvi.41,48. 


10 c 


Prov. X. 82. 


10 h 


Dan. iv. 27. 


11 


Deut. xxxiii. 11. 


10 


xviii 6. 


7b 


Hos.viiil3. 


10 a 


xxxiii. 24 


10 e 


xxi.8. 


1 


Amos V. 22. 


10 


1 Sam. xviii 6. 


4 


Eccles. ix. 7. 


10 a 


Mal.i8. 


7c 


XXV. 86. 


7c 


xii 10. 


3 


i 10, 18. 


10 c 


a in, for your acceptanc 
favour. 8 M. a day 01 


e. ^ W.atimeofaoo 
raooeptonoe. 


eptance. y 


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ACCOKPIiISH. 

1 n73 to be completed, finiahed. Pibl, to acoompUflh. K4L 

^pret, «> inf, Piel eprrf. «> inf, 

2 K2? *^ ^® ^^ become full ; to fill, to make full. Job xv. 32 : "it 

shall be accomplished," ». e, vanity, or, the recompense; 
or, impera. there shall be a filling up, before his time, 
f . e. when his days are not accomplished. Kal ^pret. 

3 n^^ to make, do, act ; to execute or accomplish anything. Kal 

•pret, ^fut, 

4 tOB to separate; to consecrate, to pay a vow. Piel m^. 

6 D^ to rise ; to raise up, to fulfil Hifhil ^inf. ^fut. 

• nyj to be well pleased, to take delight in. KAhfut. Jobxiv.6: 
till he shall accomplish as an hireling his day; till he 
be delighted as a labourer in having finished his day. 

7 CDOJI to be finished, complete ; to be consumed. Kal pret. 

8 T\^T\ to be. Niphal, to be accomplished, prtt. 



Ley. xxH. 21. 


4 


Iia.lv.ll. 


3a 


Ezek. y. 13, 18. 


lad 


1 Kings V. 9. 


3b 


Jer. xzv. 12. 


2b 


Tl.12. 


1 c 


2Chron.xxxvi.2J. 


lb 


XXV. 34. 


2a 


vii. 8. 


1 c 


EsUi. H. 12. 


Sc 


xxix. 10. 


2b 


ziU. 15. 




Job xiv. 6. 


e 


xUv.25.fi 


^ Sab 


xx.Q,21. 




XV. 32, a 


2d 


Lam.Iv.ll. 


Ic 


Dan. Ix. 2. 




Pb. Ixlv. 6. 


7 


it 22. 


7 


xL3«. 




Proir.xiii.9. 


8 


Eiek.iT.6. 


lo 


xiL7. 




faa.xl.2. 


2a 











a lit, or, eat off, sa if from ^Jn p ut, aooompliihing ye will MoompUih. 

ACOOBD. 

nS m. mouth : Josh. ix. 2, " with one accord." 
To grow of it! own accord: see Grow. 

AOOOUITT. 

1 2^tl to thin]c ; to account, esteem ; to make account ot Ni- 

phal •/«*• ^pa^' PiKLe/i*<. «* i^attJn »• reason. 

2 CSytp Ch. m. conmiandment, decree ; intelligence, reason. 
8 1BD to count, number. Pual •/«*. ^ nSDO m. number. 

4 T\y}) to answer ; to give account. Kal fiU, 

5 ^pB f. muster, enumeration. 

Eccles. Tfl. 27. 



Deut. II. 11,20. 
1 Kings X. 21. 

1 Chron. xxvii. 24, 

2 Chron. iz.20. 



la 
lb 
3b 
lb 



2 Chron. xxvi. 11. 
Job xxxiU. 13. 
Pb. xxii. 30. 
cxUt.3. 



5 

4 

3a 

Ic 



Isa. U.22. 
Dan. Ti.a. 



ACOUBSED. 

1 C3^n see Destroy, Hiphil, to make devoted or aooarsed. •fut, 

^ onn "»• devoted to destruction. 

2 TPp to be light ; Piel, to vilify, to curse, to blaspheme. Pual 

^fuL Isa. Ixv. 30, i. t, shaU be evil spoken o^ as dying 

young, because of sin. *> '*^^^V f- * cursing. 

Deut.zxi.23. 2 b I Jodi. vU.l, 1,11.12, 1 1 Chron. U. 7. lb 

Jo«h.vi.l7. 
vi. 18, 18, 18. 



2b 

lb 

Ibab 



12,13,18,15. 
zxii.20. 



lb 
lb 



Ifla.Uv.20. 



2a 



ACCnSB, ACCUSATION. 

^DK Ch. to oat. P'al prei, Dan. iii. 8 ; vi. 34. 

JBv to tongue, «. e. to use the tongue fireely; to slander a 
person. Hiphil^. Prov. xxx. 10. 

yyp Ch. m. a piece torn or gnawed off : found only in con- 
nection with V^M above ; meaning to ilander, inform 



against ; as in Lat., mordere, detUe ectrpere, deiUe rodere, 
Dan. iii. 8 ; vi. 24. lit, to eat the pieces of. 
T\^^\£^ f. accusation, of an adversary : Ezra iv. 6. 

ACCUSTOMED. 
*V!l3P adj, used to anything, practised, expert : Jer. xiii. 33. 

ACHMETHA. 
KTipnK Ch. Ecbatana, the metropolis of ancient Media, and the 
summer residence of the kings of Persia ; situated in the 
same place where afterwards was, and still is, Hamedan, 
the Parthian metropolis. Jarchi and Aben Ezra suppose 
it to be a chest or coffer in which writings are kept. 
Ezra vi. 2. 



ACKirOWIiEDOE. 

Q^ to be guilty ; to acknowledge an offence. Kal ftU, 
jn^ to know. Kal ^pret, ^ imp, <>fut. Hipbil ^fut, 
1D3 see Know; in Hiphil, to know, own as an acquaintance 
or firiend, to treat as an acquaintance ; to distinguish 
by marks. Hiphil ^iire^. ^fiu. 



0«n. zzxTiiI.28. 
Deut. xxl. 17. 

xxxUi. 9. 
Pi. xxxU. 5. 

U.3. 



3b 
3b 
3a 
2d 
2c 



PrOT. m. 6. 
I«a. xxxUi. 13. 

Ixi. 9. 

Uiii. 10. 
Jer. m. 13. 



2b 
8b 
3b 
Sb 
2b 



Jer. xly.20. 

xxiv.5. 
Dan. xi. 39. 

Hoe. V. 15. 



8a 

3b 

3b 

3a 

1 



ACQUAINT, ACQUAINTANCE. 

1 jnj toknow. Kal ^ part. »> |)art. Paiil. TuAL'^pari. 

2 *^30 m. acquaintance, firiend. 

8 dinj to urge ; to lead, guide, conduct ; implying something of 
force. ElAL|>art.Poel : Eccles. ii. 3, '' yet acquainting mine 
heart,*' urging on my heart at the same time in wisdom , 
so as not to endanger my integrity. 

4 pD to be useful, profitable, or to dwell with ; to attend upon a 
person in a large sense; to become familiar with, to be 



reconciled. Hiphil *prei. ^ imp. 



2 Kings xU. 5, 7. 
Jobxix.l3. 

xxiL21. 

zlii.ll. 



2 
la 
4b 
la 



Pi.xxxl.ll. 
hr.18, 

IxxxviiL 8, 18. 
cxxxix. 3. 



le 
le 
Ic 



Ecdee.U.S. 
lM.IiiL3. 



3 
lb 



ACQUIT. 

np3 to be clean ; to clear, hold guiltless, innocent. Piel inf., 
Kah. i. 3, lit, acquitting will not acquit, fut. Job x. 14 ; 
Nah. i. 3. 

ACBE. 
n^JfD fih, a furrow : i Sam. xiv. 14, marg. or, half a furrow of an 

acre, or of a yoke of land. 
^V m. a yoke of oxen ; as much as a yoke of oxen would plough 
in a day, Isa. v. 10. 



ACT, ACTION. 

1 13*n m. word, matter, affiur, &o. 

2 iTJ^^J? /• labour, service. 

8 HT^pg /. action, deed, work, fiwinus ; usually in a bad 
4 nb^Ii^ fi. » deed, action, concern, businefi. 



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6 . ^yh m. an aotion, deed (of God) ; an action in a moral senae. 
See alio Mighty ^ BigKUoui, TarrMe, fto. 



Deat. xL 8, 7. 




2 Kings xiv. 15, 18. 28. 


1 


2Chron.zTLll. 




ISanLiiS. 




XV. 6, 11. 16. 21. 26. 




XX. 84. 




S8am.iTiii.20. 




81,86. 




XXV. 20. 




1 Kings x.e. 




xvLl9. 




XXVL28. 




XL 41. 41. 




XX. 20. 




xxvii7. 




xiv. 19, ». 




XXL17.26. 




xxviiL20L 




XV. 7, 28, 81. 




ixiii. 19. 




xxxii. 82. 




XVL 5, 14, 20. 27. 




xim.28. 




xxxilLlS. 




XTii. 89, 46. 




xxiv.6. 




XXXV. 26. 




8King8i.l8. 




1 Chron- xi 28. 




XXXVL8. 




▼iiL28. 




xxix.29. 




Esth. X. 2. 




Z.84. 




2 Chron. ix. 6, 29. 




P8.ciiL7. 




xiL19. 




xiil6. 




Isa.xxviii81,8L 




ziii.8^11. 




xiii22. 




lix.6. 





ACTIVITY, 
^n m, strength, oourage ; integ^ty : Gen. xlviL 6. 



T T 



ADAM. 

m, man ; so named, as most commonly supposed, from 
being of a ruddy colour ; others more suitably derive 
the word from ni^i)! earth, as made of the earth. 
Some have referred this appellation to ni^*^ to be like, 
formed in the likeness of God. It is especially the 
denominative of the first man, who was the figure of 
the second Adam, the image of the invisible God. 
Col. i. 15. 

ADAMANT. 
*l^DtS^ m, sharp point ; see Diamond. Esek. iii. 9 ; Zech. vii is. 

ADAB. 

^1K m. the month of blossoms ; the sixth month of the civil 
year, and the twelfth month of the ecclesiastical year ; 
fix)m the new moon of March to that of April; or, 
according to the Babbins, fr*om the new moon of 
Februaiy to that of March : Esth. iii. 7, 13 ; viiL la ; 
iz. 1, 15, 17; zix. II. nTi; Ch. id., Esra vL 15. 

ADD. 

1 ^p^ to add, with aeeut, of the thing added, and h^ of that 
to which it is added ; to add to, to increase ; the phrase 
of adding to do, signifies not only to do the same thing 
again, but to do it with a greater intention of spirit ; 
thus, to add to sin is to sin more grievously, to be more 
vile and sinful in sinning : Judg. vii. 12 ;z. 6. i Sam. 
iii. 31 : "The Lord added to appear," i.e, he appeared 
more fully and clearly, in a more glorious discovery 
of himselC Kal *pret. ^pari, Poel. Niphal ^pret. 
HiPHiL ^pret. •inf. ffut. « r]p> Ch. id, HoPHALprrt. 

8 jn^ to give. Kal • imp. *»/«<. 

3 nSD to add, to add one thing to another with ^m. Kal ^inf. 

^imp, 

1 t Deutxix.9. 
1 f xxix.19. 
1 f 1 Sam. xiL 19. 
2 Sam. xxiv. 8. 

1 Kings xiL 11, 14. 

2 Kings XX. 6. 



Gen. XXX. 24. 
Lev. V. 16. 

vis. 

xxvii. 18, 15k 19, 
27. 

xxviL81. 
Num. V. 7. 

XXXV. 6. 
Deut. iv. 8. 

V.22. 

XiL 88. 



1 a 
1 f 
1 f 
2b 
1 f 
1 a 
1 f 



1 ChroiL xxii. 14. 

2 Chron. x. 14. 
xxviii 18. 

Job xxxiv. 87. 
Ps.lxix.27. 



la 
8a 
la 
1 f 
1 f 
Id 
If 
1 f 
le 
1 f 
8a 



Prov.iiL8. 

X. 22. 

xvi.28. 

XXX. 6. 
I8a.xxix.l. 

XXX. 1. 

xxxviii6. 
Jer. xxxvi. 88. 

xlv.8. 
Dan.iv.86. 



ADDBB. 

2Vth}/ m, asp, adder ; derived perhi^ ftcm. Xb^9 to bend back, 
and Ijr^ to lie in wait, i. e. an animal coiling itself and 
lying in wait. When intending to bite, it is said to 
swell its skin, till it suddenly rises up, and strikes 
backward, as if it fell over. Cyoloped. of Bib. Litera- 
ture : Adder. Ps. cxL 3. 
(Dd m. an asp, a serpent whose poison is incurable, as it 
quickly penetrates to the vitals. A great number of 
authors, historians as well as poets, agree that serpents 
may be charmed with certain musical sounds, and so 
made tame and harmless ; but some were so fierce that 
no art could have any eflfect upon them. Bochart asserts 
that they lay one ear on the ground and stop the other 
with the tail, or repel the incantation by violent hissing. 
Ps. Iviii. 4 ; xd. 13. 

^3^I^V flk the basilisk, the most poisonous of all serpents, said 
to breathe poison. Prov. xxiii. 3a. 

(b^DC^ HI. a serpent of the viper kind, of a sandy colour, which 
lurks in sand, and the tracks of wheels in the road ; 
and which infects with its deadly bite, not only the 
unwary traveller, but also horses and others ; aooording* 
to Jerome, the homed serpent, or cerastes. Gen. zliz. 1 7. 

ADDITIOir. 

rriv /. p{. see Join; prob. wreaths, festoons, or •ome additional 
ornaments : 1 Kings vii. 29, 30, 36. 

ADJUBB. 
HtK to swear. "HiPHiLftU. i Sam. xiv. 44. 
ySC^ to swear. Hiphil/u<. Josh, vi 26. pari, i Kings zxiL 16 : 
9 Chron. xviiL 15. 

ADMONISH. 
^nt to shine; hence, to instruct, to admonish: see Warn, 

NrPHJLL inf. Eccles. iv. 13. imp. Eccles. xii. is. 
*T^ to say again and again ; to testify, to admonish. TTtp ittt. 

ieq. 1 to testify against, pret. Jer. xlii 19. 

ADONL 

^3^K the Lord ; used in the composition of names : Judg. L 5, 
6,7. 

ADOBN. 

rny to pass; to cause to pass over upon; to dress in n 
splendid manner. KALfut. Isa. IxL 10 : Jer. xxxL 4. 

ADtTLTEBT, ADULTEBEB. 

1 HB^ /. woman, wife. 

8 ^(O to commit, adultery ; this word is confined to adultery in 
the exclusive sense of the term, or to fornication by 
a married person : Lev. xx. 10 : Ezek. xvi. 31 : Hos. iv. 
14 : Prov. vi. 32 ; applied to spiritual adultery or idol- 
atry ; 8€q. ace. to commit adultery with a woman. 
Kal •»!»/. »>/«<. <>part. Poel Pibl «>prrf. •fvt. ^part. 
f D'piDlfS m. pL adulteries, i" D'DH? m. pi. ul» 



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Jer.iiL8. 


2d 


Ezek.TTi1i.S7. 87. 


2d 


iiL9. 


2b 


xxiiL43. 


2h 


V.7. 


2b 


xxiiL46.45. 


20 


VU.9. 


2a 


H08.iL 2. 


1? 


ix.2. 


2 f 


iii.l. 


iiii.27. 


2h 


iv.2. 


2a 


zxiiL 10. 


2 f 


iT. 18, 14. 


2e 


zxiii. 14. 


2a 


viL4. 


2 f 


TTiT.2S. 


2e 


Mal.iiLS. 


a f 


£zek.xyLS2. 


2 f 







Exod.xz.14 2b 
Lev. XX. 10, 10,10^ 

10. 2 b b c c 

I)eut.v.lS. 2b 

Job xxiy. 18. 2 o 

P8.L18. 2f 

Prov.vi28. 1 

▼i82. 2o 

XXX. 20. 2 f 

lBa.lTiL8. 2f 



ADVANCE. 
711^ to be great ; to make great. PiSL pret, Esth. x. a. 
Kb3 to lift up. PiEL prtt, Esth. y. ii. fut, Esth. iiL i. 
niS^y to make. Eal pret, i Sam. ziL 6. 

ADVANTAGE. 

)3D to benefit; to be profitable; nq. h. Kal fut. Job 
zxzY. 3. 

ADVBNTUBB. 
nD3 to try ; to attempt, to assay. Pibl pref. Dent, zxviii. 56. 
^?^ to cast ; »eq. i^|p to cast away, to expose to great 
danger. 'BssBiLfvZ, Jndg. ix. 17. 



ADVBB8ABT. 

tS^M m. man. 

7^3 m. owner, master ; implying dominion. 
'^Xi to press, straiten ; to persecute. Kal prd. 
^yi to bind ; to be hostile to, to persecute. Kal *pairt, Poel. 

^*>9 and n^ m. an adversary, enemy, persecutor. 

•n'j^/. a female adversary. 

6 D^. to strive, contend. Hiphil ^paH. ^1'*'\m, strife. 

e f^V to be hostile, to oppose, persecute. Kal ^fut, ^pari. 
Poel. c jp^ m. an adversaiy, opponent^ in war, before 
a court, and generally one who obstructs another's 
way ; with the article ]p^n the adversary by way of 
eminence, Satan, an evil angel, who excites men to 
evil (i Ghron. xxi. 1 ; comp, 1 Sam. zziv. i), and accuses 
and calumniates them before God (Zech. iii. i, 1, &c. ; 
eomp. Bey. xii. 10). It- implies hatred, great hostility, 
and endeayours to injure ; persevering persecution. 

7 t3&^^ m. judgment. 

4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 



a lU, the man of my strife. 

ADVBBSITY. 
V7V m. a halting, falling. Ps. xzxy. 15. 
rny /. distress, trouble. • *>5 •». adversary, enemy, 
jn adj. eviL 



Exod.xxiiL22,22. 


8.4 a 


Jobxxxi.86.a 


1,6b 


l8a.lix.18. 
IxiiLlS. 


Num. xxii. 22. 


6 


Ps. xixviiL 20. 


6a 


I)eutxxxii27.48. 


4b 


bdx.19. 


4a 


briv.2. 


Josh. V. 18. 


4b 


Ixxi. 13. 


6b 


Jer. XXX. 16. 


lSam.L6. 


4 c 


Ixiiv. 10. 


4b 


xlvilO. 


U.10. 


6 a 


Ixxxi. 14. 


4b 


L7. 




6 c 


lxxxix.42. 


.4 b 


Lorn. 15,7,10, 17. 


2 Sam. xix. 22. 


6 c 


cix.4. 


6a 


ii4yl7. 


1 Kings V. 4. 


6 


cix. 20, 29. 


6b 


iv.12. 


xi. 14. 23, 2B. 


6 


Iaa.i24. 


4b 


Amos iii U. 


Bzraiv.l. 


4b 


ix.ll. 


4b 


Micv.9. 


Neh-iv.ll. 


4b 


xi.18. 


4a 


Nah.i.2. 


£8th.vii.6. 


1.4b 


1.8. 


2,7 





1 Sam. X. 19. 

2 Sam. iv. 9. 

2 Chron. xv. 6. 
Fs.x.6. 



P8.xxxi.7. 
xciv. 18. 
Prov. xviL 17. 



Prov. xxiv. 10. 
Eccle8.viil4. 
Isa.xxx.20. 



2 

8 

2a 



ADVEBTISIL 

|t,k m. the ear. Buth iy. 4. 
TOl to open, uncoyer. Kal/iU, Buthiy.4. 
yjT to counseL Kal fut. Num. xxiy. 14. 

ADVICE, ADVISE, ADVISEMENT. 

1 iy\ m. matter, business, advice, &o. 

2 n v3nri /. pi. a leading, guidance, direction ; the art of leading, 

&c. ; hence, a wise plan or counsel ; " good advice.*' 

3 D^ m. taste ; judgment, discernment, &c. ; judidous, discreet 

^counsel, 
jn^ to know. BIal imp, 
Y^ to deliberate, to give counsel, to take advice. NiPHAL 

^ftU, ^ part. " well-advised." <^ n ^ y /. counseL 
PV f . q. }f$^ to take advice. Kal imp. 
riKI to see, look. Kal imp. " advise thysell" 



Judg. xix. 80. 
XX. 7. 

1 Sam. XXV. 88. 

2 Sam. xix. 48. 
xxiv. 18. 



prn to be 
ofL 

Gen. xxii 4 

xxxriilS. 
Exod. ii. 4. 

XX. 18. 21. 

xxiv.l. 

xxxiiL7. 
Num. ix. 10. 
1 Sam. xxvilS. 
2Kiiiff8iL7. 
Bzxam.18. 



iKingsxiLO. 


6b 


2 Chron. z. 14 


6e 


1 Chron. xiL 19. 


60 


XXV. 17. 


6a 


XXL12. 


7 


Prov.xiii.10. 


6b 


2 Ghron. x. 9. 


6b 


ZX.18. 


a 



AFAB OFF. 



far off, far away. Hiphil •inf. ^pSn'y adj. fiu- 
e py^'y^ m. what is £ur off, a place fiur o£ 



Neh.xiL48. 
Job ii. 12. 

xxxvi8. 26. 

xxxix.26,29. 

P8.X.1. 

xxxviiLll. 
lxv.6. 
oxxxviiL6. 
cxxxix.2. 
Prov. TTxi. 14 



b 


Isa.xxiii.7. 


b 


b 


lix.14 


b 


b 


lxvi.l9. 


b 


b 


Jer.XTiii.28. 


b 


b 


TTT. 10. 


b 


b 


XXXLlO. 





b 


x1vl27. 


b 





U.60. 


b 


b 


Mio.iv.8. 


b 










AFFAIBS. 

^T\ m. word, matter, business, &c i Chron. zzyL 33 : Ps. cziL 5. 
m**!]^ Ch. /. work, business, administration of affidzt. Dan. ii. 
49; iii. la. 

AFFEOT. 

T^y to do, perform ; in Poel seq. b to do evil, to vex. Poel 
pret. Lam. iii. 51, lit. mine eye causes pain to my 
soul. 

nvn to take delight in, to set affection on. Kal inf. 1 Chron. 
xxix. 3. 

AFFINITY. 
)rin to make marriages, to join in affinity. Hithfasl inf. 
Ezra ix. 14. fvZ. i Kings iii. i : 2 Chron. xyiii. i. 

AFFLICT. 

1 I IK m. see Iniquity, Vanity. 

2 \3L m. son. 

3 ^ adj. crushed ; hence oppressed. 

4 n!l^ to be afflicted with grief and anguish, which galls and 

tears the heart, and causes the most painful sorrow. 
NiPHAL •port. Hiphil »>pret. ^paH. 
6 ^33 to be heavy ; to afflict grievously. HiPHiL prtt.. Is. 



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iz. ly or to make honoured, m the word may be 
translated, and aa the connection seems to require. 

6 )T6 to press or squeeze veiy hard; to oppress a people by 

laying them under heavy contributions, or such con- 
straints and restraints as make life miserable. £al 
^Tpr€t, ^ ^rrS m. oppression ; calamities, distresses. 

7 DD ttdj, see Mdt; of one who pines away, and is consumed 

by calamity. 

8 nj^D /. heavy burden : see Pre$», 

^yi wm, the eye, put for state or condition. 

10 n^y to labour ; to suffer, to be afflicted, depressed, oppressed. 

Piel, to oppress, to afflict, to humble. Sept. raw^ivSm, 
Kan6m, KAL*jprrf. ^fut, NiPHAL ejpwf. ^paH, PnL 
•prrt. 'w/. s/ttf. ^paH, Pual »prrt. l imf. ^fut, ^part. 
HiPHlL »/trf. HiTHPAEL ^pret, <*inf. p/u*. <in^aj 
/. affliction. r>39 (tdj, poor, helpless, humble, lowly. 
* ^p9 m. affliction ; of^ression, suffering, miseiy. 

11 'li'yi to bind up ; to be hostile to, persecute. Kal ^pret, 

^part, PoeL HiFHiL «<»/. <i n;^ m. an adversaiy; 
affliction, distress. • Tn^ /. distress, trouble. 

12 p^J> to be light; to make light, despise, to bring into con- 

tempt ; to afflict lightly. Hifhil pret, 

13 yjf^ to break, to break in pieces ; to do ill, to afflict. HTFinTi 

•prrt. ^inf, ^fut. « »n atfj. See Evil. 

14 *1!3S^ m. breach ; destruction. Jer. ttt. 15 ; comp. v. 12. 

2, 10 8 
18,6 

6b 
IDs 
10 r 
10 r 

4c 
10 1 
10 d 
10 r 
10 e 
10 f 
10 d 
10 h 
lied 
10 ff 

He 
lie 
14 
18b 
18 d 
10 8 
4a 
4b 
10 8 

10 e 
lid 
lib 

14 

6a 

18 d 

11 e 
18 a 
11 e 

lOeff 

10 r 

10 h 
18d 

11 d 
lie 

a lit, afflicting thou affliotest ^ «^ add to afflict. y or, answer. 

S Ue. its victims. t M, affliction was to him. 

AFFOBD. 

p^fi to draw, to bring out for use and service, as from a store- 
house. HjFHiLjHirl. Ps. cxliv. 13. 



Gen. XV. 18. 


10 e 


Job V. 6. 


1 


Prov. xTxi. 6. 


xvi.ll. 


10 8 


VL14. 


7 


I8a.ix.l.l. 


xxix.8a. 


10 8 


X.16. 


10 8 


XXX. 20. 


xxTi.4a. 


10 8 


XXX. 11. 


10 g 


xlviii.10. 


xxxiSO. 


10 g 


XXX. 16. 87. 


10 8 


xlix.18. 


X1L62. 


10 8 


xxxiv.28. 


10 r 


Ii21. 


£xod.ill. 


10 f 


xxxvi.8,15,aL 


10 8 


1L28. 


LIS. 


10 g 


xxxvii.28. 


10 g 


liiL4. 


iiL7.17. 


10 8 


P8.xviiL27. 


10 r 


Iiii7. 


iv.81. 


10 8 


xxiL84.84. 


lOqr 
10 r 


hv.ll. 


xxii2a. 


10 g 


XXV. 16. 


lviiL8. 


xxii28.a 


10 fg 


XXV. 18. 


10 8 


lviii.6. 


LeY.xvi29. 


10 g 


xxxiv. 19. 


18 d 


lviii.10. 


XVL81. 


10 1 


xliv.a. 


18 


1x.14l 


xxiii 27.88. 


10 e 


xliv.84. 


10 8 


lxiiL9.9.« 


xxiiL80. 


10 k 


Iv.l9.y 
Ixvill. 


10 b 


lxiv.18. 


Num. XL 11. 


18 a 


8 


Jer. iv. 15. 


xxiv. 84. 84. 


10 e 


lxxxiL8. 


10 r 


XV. 11. 


xxix.7. 


10 e 


IxiTviii 7. 


10 e 


xvil9. 


XXX. 18. 


10 f 


lxxxviiL9. 


10 8 


XXX. 16. 


Deut.xvi8. 


10 8 


lxxxviii.16. 


10 r 


XXXL28. 


xxvi6. 


10 g 


lxxxix.28. 


10 g 


xlviu.16. 


xxvi7. 


10 8 


XC.16. 


10 e 


Lam.i8,7.9. 


Judp.xvLB,6^19. 
Ruth 1 21. 


10 f 


xciv. 6. 


10 g 


L4. 


18 a 


dL title. 


10 r 


i.6,18. 


1 Sam. L 11. 


10 8 


cvi44. 


lid 


iiil.l9. 


2 8am.viLl0./i 


10 f 


cviL10.4L 


10 a 


iii.38. 


xvi.12. 


9 


evil. 17. 


10 p 
18 d 


H08. V. 16. 


12 '3 


10 8 


cviLS9. 


Amos V. 18. 


xxii.28. 


10 r 


civilO. 


10 a 


vi. 6. 


1 Kings iL 86, 86. 


10 n 


cxix.60,9M58. 


10 8 


vi.l4L 


viii.86. 


10 m 


cxix. 67. 


10 b 


Obad.l8. 


xL89. 


"ef 


cxix. 71. 


10 i 


Jonah ii 8. 


xxii87.27. 


cxix.75. ' 


10 e 


Miciv.6. 


8King8xiv.86. 


10 8 


cxix. 107. 


10 c 


Nah.i.9. 


xviiao. 


Wg 


cxxix. 1, 8. 


11a 


il2.18. 


2 Chron. vL 86. 


10 m 


cxxxiLl. 


10 j 


Hab.iiL7. 


xviii86^86. 


6b 


cxl.12. 


10 r 


Zenh. iii. 18. 


XX. 9. 


11 e 


oxiiii. 18. 


lib 


m.19. 


xxxiiLl8. 


11 


Prov. XV. 16. 


10 r 


Zech.Ll6. 


B2raviii.ai. 


10 


xxii.22. 


10 r 


viiLlO. 


Neh.i8, 


18 d 


xxvi88.8 


8 


X.11. 


xi.9. 


10 8 









AFBAID, AFFBiaST. 

1 TRK to take hold, to take, to seize ; metaph, ascribed to terror, 

fear; but also vice yerta one is said, as in TCngliab^ to 
take fright, t. 9. to be afi&ighted. Kal. pret, 

2 TiVSi to tremble, to shake ; to be in trepidation, to be amaiftdj 

confounded, struck with terror, consternation ; to make 
afraid. NiFHAL*|>r^ ViSL^fvt, 
8 n]^3 to fear, with great consternation of mind, as at the sight 
of an angel, or for the wrath of a king ; to make afraid. 

NiPHAL •J)!^. VlKL^pTH, ^fut, 

4 *1^ to sojourn as a stranger ; to fear as a stranger, or as one 

who turns aside; to fear, to be sore afraid; with )p 
and >3BO implying mostly reverence. Kal *Mvip. ^fui. 

5 ditn to melt, to become liquid; to fear, implying solicitude 

as to some approaching event; with tice, and |p. 
Kal •jjrrt. ^paH. Pool. 

6 /n*^ Ch. to creep along timidly, to fear, to be afraid; the 

same as Vtri ; to make afraid. Pabl/u^. 

7 /n| to creep, or skulk like a snake, to approach with hesi- 

tating step. Kal pret, 

8 "^^n to gird. This root and 3?n seem to have similar primary 

meanings, viz. to straiten or shut in, so to be brought 
into great and pressing difficulties, and constrained 
through fear to do Uiis or that. Kal fut. 2 Sanu 
xxiL 46. See the corresponding passage under in^. 
• ^n to fear and tremble. Kal and Hiphil fiU, Ps. IxxvlL 
16. The waters are represented as fearing the majesty 
of God, and trembling, so as to rise contrary to their 
nature, and stand as a wall on either side. 

10 !nn to tremble, to be in trepidation; to be constrained to 

do a thing through fear and dread. Kal /«<. See 

11 Tin to tremble. The word indudee not only anziefy and 

solicitude, coupled with fear of some evil, but also such 
a violent commotion of the mind as agitates the body 
also ; as in the fear of the brethren of Joseph, Qen, 
zlii. 48, Izx. 4Tapdx9fivap ; of the Israelites when God 
descended on the mounts Exod. xix. 16, Ixz. iwrc^ ; 
fear of an enemy approaching, i Sam. xiii 7, Izz. ^4m| ; 
spoken of Boaz, Buth iii. 8 ; Abimelech, i Sam. xxL i ; 
Satil, zxviiL 5 ; Elihu terrified by the thunder, Job 
xzxvii I ; Adonijah, i Elings i. 49 ; to make afraid. 
KAL*jprrf. ^fia. Hiphil •pre*. *§»/. •part, 'lyna^f, 
18 nnn to be broken ; tq be broken with fear, to be terrified, in 
consternation ; often joined with mv and translated to 
be dismayed ; sometimes with x6m, and then it implies 
perturbation of mind, or expectation disappointed, Isa. 
XX. 5. Kal ^pret, Niphal ^pret, ^fui. HrPHn. */irf, 

13 "^i^ see Fear, This root seems to imply fear in anticipation. 

Kal ^pret. ^parl, 

14 fcO^ see Fear; to be timorous, apprehensive, sore afraid ; with 

b to fear for. Josh. ix. 14, Prov. xxxi. ai ; with ]p to be 
afraid of. Lev. xix. 14, 32 ; so with \3Bp, i Kings i. 50, 
9 Kings XXV. 16, Jer. xlL 18 ; and ^^dVd, Eocles. viiL 
I a, 13. KAL»j[)rrt. Hiif. ofut. TOL^pret, •imf, 'pari, 
9 » V adj, *» n^ V /. fear. 



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Iff rn^ to tremble ; to be astoniahed, ftmaaed. Kal /W. ; see 
also TiTi'y, 

T T 

16 }ny see Ftar; to terrify, to make afraid ; to fear, to be 

afraid ; with *^BO of the person feared ; also with an 
accusative. The primary signification seems to have 
been to quake. Kal ^f\a, Hiphil ^fut. 

17 THB see To fear; to be afraid; isith }D and »3BO of the person 

feared ; also with bH of the thing for which one fears, 
Isa. xix. 17. KAL»j?rrf. */"*• 

18 T^ to be moved, or thrown into commotion ; to be moved 

with any violent emotion, as fear ; to tremble, to quake. 

KAL/trf. 

19 nrn to be afr^d ; the proper root seems to be nv ; see above. 

ILAhpret. 

20 ^6^ to tremble, to quake ; to be moved, to shake. 6es., to 

cause to leap. Hiphil /ul. 
81 *1J^ to shudder, shiver, fit>m fear, alarm, to be horribly afraid ; 
»eq. h'i of the cause ; construed also with an ace. like 
Gr. ^ptffffu rtvd, to fear, reverence, Deut. xxxiL 17. 
"KjLL^prei. ^imp. ^fut, * ir^ n*. shuddering, horror. 



Gen.iiLlO. 


Uc 


lKing8i4a 


xviiL15.a 


14 a 


2King8Ll6. 


XX. 8. 


14 c 


X.4. 


xiviiilT. 


14 c 


xix. 6. 


xxxi.81. 


14 a 


XXV. 28. 


xxxii. 7. 


14 c 


1 Chron. X. 4. 


xlii.88. 


lib 


xiii.ia. 


xliLSS. 


14 c 


xxi.80. 


iliu.18. 


14 c 


2 Chron. XX. Iff . 


Bxod.iii.fl. 


14 a 


xxxii.7. 


xiv. 10. 


14 c 


xxxii.18. 


XV. 14 


18 


Neh.ii.2. 


xixiv. 80. 


14 c 


iv.l4L 


Lev. xxvi. fl. 


11 e 


vi.9. 


^iim. xiL 8. 


14 a 


vilS. 


X3di.8. 


4b 


Esth. vii fl. 


J)eiit.il7. 


4b 


JobiiL2ff. 


129, 


14 


V. 21. 22. 


ii4L 


14 


vi.21. 


V.6. 


14 a 


ix.28. 


viLlS. 


14 c 


xi.l9. 


viLl9. 


14 g 


xiiLll.«L 


vii.21. 


16 S 


XV. 24l 


ix.l9. 


18 a 


xviiill. 


XTui.22. 


4b 


xviii.20. 


XX. 1. 


14 c 


xix. 29. 


xxviu.10. 


14 a 


xxifl. 


xxviii. 60. 


18 a 


xxiii. 16. 


xxxi.e. 


16 a 


xxxii.6. 


Josh. 19. 


16 a 


xxxiii.7. 


ix.24. 


14 c 


xxxix.20. 


xi.6. 


14 c 


xxxix.22. 


Judp.vii.S. 
Buth iii. 8. 


11 f 


xli.26. 


lib 


P8.iil6. 


1 Sam. iv. 7. 


14 c 


xviii.4. 


viL7. 


14 


xvtii.45.y 


xviLll,a4. 


14 


xivii.1. 


xviiL 12. 


14 c 


ilix.16. 


XviiiUL 


4b 


lvi.8.11. 


xviiL29.0 


14 b 


lxv.8. 


xxi.l. 


lib 


IxxviLlfl. 


XXL12. 


14 c 


lxxxiii.16. 


xxiii.8. 


14 g 


xoi.6. 


xxviii 5.18,20. 


14 c 


cxiL7,8. 


xxxL4l 


14 a 


cxix. 120. 


2 Sam. i 14. 


14 a 


Prov. iii 24. 


vi.9. 


14 c 


iiL25. 


xiv. 15. 


14 d 


XXXL2L 


xviia. 


lie 


Eccles. xii ff. 


xxii.6. 


8c 


Isa.viiil2. 


xxii.48. 


8 


X.24. 



lib 

14 c 

14 c 

14 c 

14 a 

14 a 

14 

8a 

14 c 

14 c 

14 e 

14 

14 

14 f 

14 c 

8a 

18a 

14 

14 

18 a 

lie 

8c 

8c 

8b 

l,21d 

4a 

2a 

17 b 

7 

80 

20 

120 

4b 

14 

80 

10 

17 b 

14 

14 c 

14 c 



2b 

14 c 

14 c 

14 a 

17 b 

14 c 

14 

14 

16 b 

14 



Jsa.x.29. 

xii. 2. 

xliL8. 

xvii2. 

xix. IflL 

xix. 17. 

XX. 6. 

xxi.4. 

xxxi. 4. 

xxxi. 9. 

xxxiiL14 

xxxviLd. 

xL9. 

xlL6. 

xliv.8. 

Ii7. 

li. 12. 

lvii.ll. 
Jer. L 8. 

ii.12. 

X.6. 

xxvi. 2L 

XXX. 10. 

xxxvi. 16,24. 

xxxviiL 19. 

xxxix.17. 

X1L18. 

xlii 11, 11, IL 

xliilfl. 

xlvi.27. 

li.S2. 
Esek. iL 0, fl, 6. 

xxvii. 36. 

XXX. 9. 

xxxiLlO. 

xxxiv. 28. 

xxxix.20L 
Dan. iv. 6. 

viiL17. 
Joel ii. 22. 
Amos iii 61 
Jonah i 6. 

ilea 
Mic iv. 4. 

vii 17. 
Nah. ii. IL 
Hab.iil7. 

iii 2. 
Zeph.iiil8. 
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11a 
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a vuiff. timore pertorrita, eomp. 1 Pet iii. 6. /3 lit, added to flnur. 

•y <.0.ft»roedthroaishlleartooomeout a <a.withagreatfearafraia. 



AFOBB, AFOBETIMB. 
1 C30a m. pi face ; with ) prefix aforetime ; afore. 



2 CD^5 m. what is before. • J^o^H /• beginning, origin ; eonttr,, 

used as a preposition. *> n^T^ Ch. /. former time. 

3 fi^tX^^ (idj. first in time and order ; with 1 aforetime. 



Neh.xiiifiw 


1 l8a.xviiiffw 


1 Ezek.xxxiii8S. 


1 


Job xvii. a 


1 Jer.zxx.20; 


2 DaQ.vtl0.a 


f b 


Ps. cxxix. 6. 


2a 







a M. from bsftve this. 

AFTEB. 
1 fnrt^ adj, hinder, following, last ; after, later, following. 
* 1^^H m. the hinder part 
K^ to go out ILsLimf, 

njl com. time; with b at the return of; with p after, at 

the end. 
}^ m. an end, either of space or time. * n^^ m. id, with D. 



GeiLxviS. 4 

xxxiii. 2. 1 

Num. xiii 2S. 4 

Josh, iii 2. 4 a 

1 Sam. XXV. 48. a 6 

2 Sam. XV. 7. 4 
XV. 16, 17, 18. e 6 

1 Kings xvii 7. 4 

a liC at his or ber fbot 
y or keepeth it backwards. 



1 Kings xvii ISb 

1 Chron. xx. 1, 

2 Chron. xviii 2. 
xxil9./i 

Neh. xiii. 6. 
Esth. ii. 12. 
Job xviii 20. 



Prov. xxix. 11. y 


1» 


Eocles. i 11. 




iv.16. 




lsa.ix.L 




Jer. xiii. fl. 




xlii 7. 




IHuLxilS. 





^ M. at the period of the giQing out of the end. 



AFTEBNOON. 
aS^ m. day : Jndg. xix. 8. 

Kal ff^. Judg. six. & 



ntdJ to decline. 

T T 



AOAIir. 

IJTj to go. KALtf^f. 

^p^ to add, with another verb in the %nf, rendered again. 
Kal • pret. Hiphil ^pret. <>fut. 

^V^ to return. Followed by another verb in ike inf., or 
with ^ copulative, it is often translated again, and 
implies either a repetition of an action, the doing it 
a second time; or it denotes an action contrary to 
one already referred to, as in Jer. xviii. 4 : Zech. 
viii. 15 : Mai. iii. 18. Hie copulative ^ is sometimes 
omitted, as i Sam. iii. 5. Kal ^pret, ^ianf, ^imp, 
^f%U, Hiphil •/«<. 

^36^ adj, ord. second, 
m^'*^)^ Ch. adv. a second time. 
(See also the verb with which Aga(n is connected, as Bring, Ac) 



Gen. iv. 2. 


2c 


viiilQ,21«2L 


2c 


viii 12. a 


2a 


xviii 29. 


2c 


XXV. 1. 


2c 


xxvi 18. ^ 


8d 


XXI. 81. y 


8d 


XIXviii6.^ 


2c 


xxxviii. 26. 


2a 


Exod. X. 29. 


2c 


xiv. 18. 


2c 


Lev. xiii. 6, 7. 


4 


Num. xi 4. /i 


8d 


xxii 16. 26. 


2o 


xxxii. 15. 


2a 


Beut. xviii 16^ 


2o 


xxiv.4.« 


8b 


XTX.9.« 


8d 


Josh. V. 2. 


8c 


Judg. iii 12. 


20 


iv.l. 


2o 


ix.87./3 


2c 


X.O. 


20 



Judg. xi 14. 


2o 


2 Kings i 11. fi 


8d 


xiu.1. 


2c 


il3.^ 


8d 


xix. 7. 


8d 


xiii. 26. ^ 


8d 


XX. 22. 28, 28. 


2c 


Xix.9.^ 


8d 


1 Sam. iii 6. y 


8c 


xix. 30. 


2a 


iii 6,6. 


2c8 


xxi.8.^ 


Sd 


iii. 8, 21, 


2c 


xxiv. 7. 


2b 


ix.8. 


2c 


1 Chron. xiv. 18. 


2c 


xvii 80. « 


8e 


2 Chron. xix. 4. fi 


8d 


xix. 8, 21. 


2c 


xxxiii. 8. fi 


8d 


XX. 17. 


2c 


Ezra ix. 14. 8 


8d 


xxiii 4. 


2c 


Neh. ix- 28. a 


8d 


xxvii 4 


2a 


Esth. viii 8. 


20 


xxvii. 4^3 


2c 


Job X. 16. y 


8d 


2 Sam. ii 22. 


2c 


P8.1xxi20,20.y 


Sd 


iii 34. 


2c 


Ixxxv. 6. y 


8d 


V.22. 


2c 


Prov. xix. 19. 


2c 


xvi.l9. 


4 


Eocles. i 7. 


1 


xviii 22. 


20 


Isa. vii. la 


20 


xiiv. 1. 


2c 


viii 6. 


2c 


1 Kings xiii 88.^ 


8d 


xilL 


2c 


xix. 6./3 


Sd 


xxiv. 20. 


2o 


xix. 20. 


8c 


xxxviiSl. 


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Jer.zviiL4fi 
xxxyi28.s 


8a 


Dan. X- 18. 


80 


Ha«r.ii80. 

Zech. iv. 12. 


80 


Amos vii. 8, 18. 


20 


Eeek.iv.6. 


4 


viii. 2. 


80 


viii. 16. y 


iL7. 


6 


Jonah iL 4. 


80 


MaLiLlS. 


I)Bn.ix.2S./i 


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4 

4 

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a W. added. fi JETe&.with ^ y £r«6. without i 8 JETefr.with^/: 

« Ut, returned word. i lU, return, take thee. 

AGAINST. 
Unp to meet. Eal inf. used as a preposition. Gen. xv. to : 

Ezod. yii. 15, "against he come/* lit. to meet him; 

xiv. 27. Numb. xx. 18, ao; xxi. 13, 33; xxiL 34: 

Dent. i. 44 ; ii. 32 ; iii i ; xxix. 7 : Josh. viii. 5, 14, 

at ; xi. 30 : Judg. viL 24 ; xit. 5, marg. in meeting him ; 

ZY. 14 ; zx. 2$, 31 : I Sam. iv. J, 2 ; ix. 14 ; xviL 2, 

11, 55 ; xiiii. 28 ; xxv. 10 : « Sam. x. 9, 10, 17 ; xviii. 

6 : I Kings xx. 37 : 2 Kings ix. 31 ; xxiii. 29 : i Chron. 

xix. 10, II, 17 : 2 Chron. xzxv. 30: Ps. xxxv. 3. 
fD) m. obsolete root, used as a prep, and adverb. *' Over 

against," Exod. xxvL 35 ; xl. 34 : Josh, xviii 17 : Judg. 

xix. 10 ; XX. 43 : . I Kings xx. 39 : Ezek. xlviL 30. 

" Against," i Kings xxii. 35 : 2 Chron. xviii 34. 
ntS^ /. pr. union, used as prep. " Over against^" Exod. xzv. 

37, &c. "Against," i Chron. xxv. 8, &c. 
(See alio the verb with which it is connected, as Came agatntt, &a) 

AGATB. 
^b*13 m. name of a precious stone, most probably of a red colour, 
and sparkling ; see Sparks, Isa. liv. I3 : Ezek. zxvii. 
16, marff. chrjsoprase. 
Ue^ fii. name of a precious stone ; Ixz. &x^^'* Vulg. achates. 
Ezod. xxviiL 19 ; xxxiz. 13. 



1 e«3be 
8 nn 



4 R5 
8 ihn 



7 crt^ 
9 n^3 



AGE. 

m. man ; " in the flower of their age ;" Heb. men. 

m, son; "from the age of fifty years;" Heb. frpm the 
son of^ &c. 

to dwell; properly, in a tent. *)^Y !?». an age, or gene- 
ration of men ; a dwelling. In Isa. xxxviii. 13, Vitringa 
thinks that it means the body as the abode of animal 
life, that in which the soul sojourns for a time, like one 
living in a tent rather than in a fixed abode. Cocceius 
(Anecdota) explains it by olmrr^pioy hdbitciculvm, Hve 
Mtalnifia rod td&pos roinov, ma/niio hvjui ucuU, oomp. 
2 Cor. v. I. 

to be old. Kal ^$T€t. »> jy adj, agecL jg% m. age. 

adj. living, life. 

m, short, transitory ; the world, the age of man as tran- 
dtoiy and of short duration, Job xi. 17. Thy transient 
age, or thine age though transient, shall be brighter 
than the noonday. 

m, day ; days used for age. Heb. gone into daya. 

m, a very old person. 

m. that old age, which purely in a natural way, without 
the violence of distemper, is at length weakened and 
spent into a ripeness for the grave, as com for its 
maturity is fit to be brought into the bam ; Job v. 36, 
"in a full age;'* Job xxx. 3, " in whom old age was 
perished," i.e. ba to its maturity and wisdom, or as to 
its existence, since they die of a premature old age. 



10 y^^- <A. gray hairs ; old age. 

11 njB^ /. year. 

Gen. xviii IL 

xiiv. L 

xlviL28. 

xlviiilO. 
Num. viii. 26. 
Josh. zziiL 1, 2. 

1 Sam.ii83. 

2 Sam. xix. 88. 



7 


1 Kings xiv.4a 


10 


Job xxix. 8. 




7 


1 Chron. xxiii 8» 84. 


2 


XXI. 2. 




7.11,6 


Job V. 28. 


9 


xxziiO. 


4b 


4c 


viii 8. 


8 


Ps. xxxiz. 6. 




2 


xi.l7. 


8 


Isa. xxxviii 11. 




7 


xii.20. 


4b 


Jer. vi 11. 


4b 


1 


XV. 10. 


8 


Zeoh.viii4. 




4a 











« W. for his hoariness. 



AGO. 

aS*^ m. day ; i Sam. ix. 30, three days ago, Ut. to-day three 
days, xxx. T3. 
riD'Tp Ch./. what is before : Ezra v. 11. 



AGBBEMBNT. 



mn 



T, a vision. Isa. xxviii 15. T\\xn f. a vision. Isa. 
zxviii. 18. In these passages agreement, or compact, or 
tmce, is certainly implied, and the word might take this 
meaning from the idea of a vision of God being a vision 
of peace; or from enemies seeing each other during a 
trace. 
^P^ to appoint ; to come together by appointment. NiFHAli 
pret. Amos iii 3. 
D^^^ m. p2. things that are right. Ban. xi. 16. fMirg. rights, 
nb^ to make. Kal pref. Isa. xxviii 15. JaI, made agreement. 

AID. 

prn to be strong. Phl jpref. Judg. ix. 34. 

AIJELETH-SHAHAB. 
n^M /. hind : Ps. xxii. i, an emblem of the suffering Meanali. 
nntf m. morning. See the meaning of this title fully 
discussed in Sontag and Iriioven de Titulis Psalmonim; 
also Hengstenbeig on the Psalms. 

AIIi. 

?)^~nD "whataiIeth,aiIed,theet"Heb.whattothee. Gen.xzLi7: 
Judg. xviii. 33 : 2 Sam. xiv. 5 : 2 Kingsvi. 38 : Ps. cxiv. 5 : 
Isa. xxii. I . ^ What aileth the people V Heb. what to the 
people t I Sam. xi 5. 

AIB. 

nn com. wind, air; spirit; breath: Job xli 16. 
D^^ m. dual; heaven or heavens; the air in which birds fly. 
Gen. i 36, ht. 

AIiAMOTH. 

flto^ /. pi. a kind of tune or harmony in music ; perhaps the 
female voice or treble : i Chron. xv. 30 : Ps. xlvi. title. 
Others, the virgins, i. €.fig. the people of God, Cant. i. 5. 

AIiABM. 

yK^ to make a loud noise; to blow an alann: see S(mnd^ 
HiPHiL •prrt. ^inf. ^imp. *ftU. • n^^'Mf /. a 017 of 
jubilee; a shout for battle. 



Numb. X. 6, 6» 8. 
X.7. 
X.O. 



el2Chron.xiiil2. 
d Jer.iv.l9. 
a| xlix.8. 



b I Joel iii. 
e Zeph.iie. 



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AJiQtVUL TBBB8. 
dldU^ n*. pi. » costly wood, which Solomon obtained from Ophir, 
and employed for the ornaments of the temple and 
palace, and for making musical instruments : a Chron. 
iL 8; iz. lo, ii. See Ahmg-trte. 

1 *^ m. tee Strcmgtr, 

a ^}, m. see Stranger. • n^j ac(/. strange. 



Bxod.zviiiS. 
Beat. xIt. 2L 



11 Job six. 16. 
8a|Ps.lxix.8. 



2a|l8a.lzL5. 
2a I Lam. ▼. 8. 



Sa 



AIiIBITATB. 
y^ to be rent or torn away; to be separated from through 

disgust and aversion ; aeq. |p and b^iQ, JS-ALfut. 
Pp3 id, ; to move oneself away; to be alienated. "Ejll pret. 
naj; to pass over. Kal •/«*• ^'^3' HiphilV^* 



Biek.zxiiLl7. 
xdiLl8,18. 
xziii.2%28. 



llEzelczlviiLlA. 
1,2 zlyiill4. 

21 



8a 

8b 



AIiIKB. (See also IiIEB.) 
'inK €U^j, one ; alike, Ut. as one. 
^tyi fii. see Together: alike, one as well as another. 



I)eatziL28. 
XT.28. 



2 1 1 Sam. zxz. 24 
2 I Job XXL 26. 



21 Fa.xxxilil8. 
2|Ecde8.xL6. 



AIiIVB. (SeelilVB.) 



Alili* 
7b part, all : Cten, iiL 17, &o. 
7^?3 <idj. complete ; the whole: Exod. zxyiii. 31 ; zzxix. 99. 
IfiDD m. number : Eccles. ii 3 ; y. 18 ; vi. 12, 

2^ m, multitude : Job iv. 14, lU. the multitude ot 

AI.I1 THAT 18 THBBBIir. 

top m. fulness; "all therein;** Heb., the fulness thereof. Isa. 
xxziy. I ; xlii 10 : Jer. viii. 16 ; xlyii a : E2ek. xii 19 ; 
xtx, la : Aif&os -vL 8 : Mio. L a. 

Alili TO BB. 

CSDin to be finished* Kal pret. 1 Sam. zvl 11, ''are here alir 
inf, I Kings xiy. 10, "to be all gone.*' 

AI.LIBD. 

^\^\> adj. near, nigh; of space, of kindred, of time; leg. S, 
Neh. xiiL 4. 



AIiIiOir-BAOHXTTH. 



^W «.anoak. 1 G«°-/«v. 8, lU, The oak of 

" , > relatives came to weep at 1 

Wa /. weepmg. J ^j^^ ^^^^ ^j^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^ 






weeping; where 
stated times, for 
waa favourable. 



AIiIiOWAirOB. 
^^Tsf^i f' "^ yictuaU, 2 Kings XXV. 30, 30. 
ALIiXTBB. 
nrifi to open ; to be open. Piel, to persuade, to allure by tender 
perauasion, to entioe. Ful part, HO0. Ii 14. 



AIiHIGHTT. 

^*^\^ Learned men greatly differ in the explanation of this word. 
See Hottingeri Dissertatt. Theol. Philoi Faso. p. a 75, 
Ikenii Dissertatt. p. 9, sqq. Deyling, Observ. Sacr. p. i, 
43, sqq. The meaning most generally adopted is that of 
our translation; yet many ancient and modem oritioa 
have derived it from «i sufficiency and xd the prefix, 
who is, denoting his infinite sufficiency for himself and 
all other beings; so Glassii Onomatologia, of the Mes- 
siah ; others from "i^ a breast, implying the All-bounti- 
ful Being. ThQ Ixx. oertainly translate it by Uay6s oc- 
casionally. Gen. xvii 1, &o. ; Isa. xiii 6. Paronomasia 

AIiHOITD. 

•7jH5^ VL aUnond-tree; almond; so called from its bringing forth 
blossoms early in January, as if it were in haste, or took 
the first opportunity to blossom, before any other tree ; 
to which there is an allusion in Jer. i. la ; see Hatten, 
A rod of almond seems to be an emblem of vigilance. 
The idea of not being anticipated may be implied, and 
so the blossom of the almond is a fit emblem of the 
hastening and sudden appearing of God's judgments, 
and of the un perceived, advances of old age : Gen. xliii 
1 1 : Numb. xvii. 8 : Eccles. xii 5 : Jer. in. ijjij to 
have the form of almond flowers. Fual pairt, Exod. xxy. 
33, 33> 34; xxxvii. 19, 19, ao. 

AIiMOST. 

tiyo m. few, little : Exod. xvii 4, lit. yet a little and they will 
stone me: Ps. Ixxiii a;-xciv. 17, VMurg, or, quickly, 
cxix. 87 : Ppov. v. 14. 

AIiHtra-TBEB. 
D''|D7K m. pL see Algtm, i Kings x. 11, la, la. 

AIiOES. 

D^/HK m. and JlvriK /. pi, Lign-aloes, or AgoUachum. An In- 
dian aromatic tree. Gels. Hierobot. Pt. I. p. i, 135. It 
is like an olive-tree; sometimes larger: Raii Hist. Plant 
Tom. II. p. 1808. In all places it implies perfume, and 
figuratively (Numb. xxiv. 6) it applies to the fiune of the 
Israelites diffused far and wide. Numb. xxlv. 6 : Ps. 
xlv. 8 : Prov. vii. 17: Cant. iv. 14. 

AIiOITB. (SeeliBT.) ' 

1 'iriK adj, one : Isa. Ii. a. I called him alone, «. «. as one; before 

he had children; comp. MaL ii 15. 

2 Tia to be, live, or act alone, separate from others. Kal ^paH, 

Poel. ^ina m. alone. To sit or dwell alone imports, 
I. a solitary, desolate, sad, afflicted condition, Jer. xv. 
17: Lam. iii. 28. II. sometimes a state of safety and 
security, separate from and unmolested by others, Deut. 
zxxiii. a8 : Jer. xlix. 31. III. it is used to signify the 
separate condition of the Israelites, as God had singled 
them out, and distinguished them from other nations. 
Numb, xxiii. 9. ^3 m. separation. ^^^S alone, Numb, 
xl. 14, &o. ■ ■ 

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2b 


Jo8h.n1i.90.* 


1| Jer.xv.l7. 


2b 


Kumb. xxiiL 9. 


Sb 


Ps. cii. 7. 


2 a xlix.81. 


2b 


J)ealxxxiLl& 


2b 


iMLXiT.SL 




2b 


xxxiiLaa. 


2b 


1L2. 


1 H08.Tiii.9. 


2ft 



« Ml. ftDd be, osie mftn, perUheth not 

1 Tp^ torn, way; "along that way," "along by.* 
a ?|7n to go. Kal inf. went along, lU. going. 
8 \s70 «i. fulneas : i Sam. zzriiL ao. 

4 riD^p /. height^ itatnre. 



Judg.ix.25.87. 
18am. Ti 12. 



l|lSam.xiviiL20. 
2|2Sain.uL10. 

AIiOIJD. 



9,4|Jer.xlLe. 



7(11 adj. great. 

I^IH ffi. the throat ; "with the throat," t. e. with open mouth, 

the Yoice coming from the throat and breast. 
T^n Ch. la. might; aloud, mourg. with might. 
}ro to give. Kal/u(. 
T^p' i». voice. 

Dn to be lifted up. HiPHlLtf^. 
\[\ «i. shouting; outcry, noise. 



Oen.xlT.2. 

1 Kings xniL27,28. 

£zraiii.l2.a 



4,5 
1.6 
5,6 



ImlMILI. 

Dan. iiL4. 

It. 14. 



2|Dmlt.T. 
8 Mio.iT.0. 

81 



« M. in the shouting for joj unto lifting up the Toice. See Shaui, 

jiIiBEAD7. 
132) odv. of time, long ago, formerly. Eccles. i lo ; iL la ; iii. 15 ; 
If. a ; t. 10. 

All TAB. 

1 /tJ^S *»• Ezek. xliii. 15, mary. lion of God, 16 ; so called, per- 

haps, because it devoured the sacrifices. — Bochart. 

2 bvpj}] m. Ezek. xliii. 15, prop, the mount of God, put for the 

altar of burnt offering. 

3 n2l*ip Clu m. an altar, from n)''? to sacrifice. 

4 D??? ^' '^^^^ * ^^^^^ ^' ^® ^^^^ ^^ burnt offering, and of the 

altar of incense : Gen. viii. 10, &c. 
6 "l^^r /• brick, altar of brick ; ma/rg. bricks. 
6 n^ltdpD /. pi. altars for inoense. 

njip No. 4, occurs yery frequentlj, and is not included. 

1 



2Chron.zzz.H14 
Szra Til. 17. 



46|Isa.lzT.8. 
8|£zek.zIiiLl5,15. 



5|Eaek.zliiLie. 



AI.-TASOHITH. 
nrjB^ to be corrupt. Hiphil, to destroy : fut. Ps. Ivii. and Iviii. 
and lix. and Izxv. title, tnarg. or, destroy not. See Irhovii 
Conjectanea in Psalm. Htulos, p. 1 18, who regards it as 
a title to prayers similar to Deut. ix. 16-29. 

AI.TEB. 

1 ^pn to pass; to change, to alter. "HiFElLfui, 

2 1?^ to pass away. KALfut. 

3 TTiy^ Ch. to pass over or away, to pass by. P'al fut. 

4 t)W to do a second time, to change, to alter. PiEL ^fut. 

H^«) Ch. to change. Aphel ^inf. ^fiU. 
Lev.zxviLlO. l|Ezrari.l2. 4 b | Pa. Izxxlz. 84. 4a 



Ezra Till. 



4o|£8th.Ll9. 



2 I Dan. vi 8, 12. 



AIiTOGBTHXB. 

'iriM <idj. one. Jer. x. 8, marg. in one, or, at < 

73n com. vanity. Job xxvii. 19, lU. in vanity. 

*]fV together, alike. Ps. xix. 9 ; liiL 5 ; bdi 9 : marg. alike^ 

Isa. X. 8 : Jer. v. 5. 

n>3 f. see End. Gen. xviiL 21 : Exod. xi. i : 1 Chron. xiL is. 

Altoosthxb is ft^uentlj the translation of inflnitivea usad intoDp 
sirely. Bee the verb to which it is attached. 

AIiWAY. 

1 D^^ «i. day; alway, Heb. all days. 

2 nV3 m. for ever. 



3 afiV fa. perpetuaL 



n^ com. time, season ; alway, Heb. 
*l^Jn m. constant, continuance. 



Gen. vi. 8. 
Exod. XXV. 80. 

xxvii. 20. 

xxviiLSS. 
"Sum. ix.18. 
Deut V. 29. 

vi.24 

xLl. 

zi.12. 

xiv.28. 



Deut zxvili. 88. 
2 Sam. ix. 10. 

1 Kings xi. 88. 

2 Kings viii 10. 

1 Chron. xvL 18. 

2 Chron. xviiL 7. 
Job viL 18. 

xxvii. 10. 
FB.iz.18. 
z.6. 



in all time. 


1 PS.XTi8. 8 




ciii. 9. 2 




cxix.112. 8 




Prov.v.19. 5 




viiLSO. 4 




zzviii.14. 8 




EooIe8.iz.8. 4 




l8a.IviL18. 2 




Jer.zz.17. 8 




Ssek.zzznii.8. 5 



AHAZB. 

1 ?na to be terrified; to flee in great trepidation. Niphal 

^pret. Exod. xv. 15. ^fiU. Judg. xx. 41. 

2 nnn- to be broken; to be dismayed. KALpreL Job xxxiL 15. 

3 Dtp^ to be laid waste, made desolate ; to be amazed, astonished. 

Hiphil pret. Ezek. xxxii. 10. 

4 iH^J^ to wonder. Kal/iU. Isa. xiiL 8. 

AMBA88ADOB. 

1 p? see Interpret. Hiphil part, interpreter : (an ambassador, 

who negotiates friendship between two parties; aee 
fl Kings XX. u.) 

2 T]K7D m. angel, messenger. 

3 y*)f m. a messenger, or ambassador. n2|^ to go as ambassador. 

HiTHPABL •/««. 

Josh. ix. 4. 

2 Chron. xxziL 81. 

XXXV. 21. 
Prov. xiii 17. 

AHBBB. 

TDirn m. Sept. IjXtKrpow, "Vulg. eltctrvm; meaning prob. thereby 
a bright metal compounded of gold and silver, much 
esteemed in ancient times ; supposed to be compounded 
of V^n3 and ^Q, a syllable which seems to imply smooth* 
ness and polish as combined, in such words as dVd and 
y^p. There is apparently an allusion to it in Rev. i. 15, 
Xa\Ko\i$ayop. The rendering of amber iB, on the authcmty 
of Jerome, expressive of the colour, but not sufficiently 
setting forth the brilliancy implied. See Plin. XTxiii. 
4, 23, &C. : Ges. Lexicon: Ezek. i. 4, 97; viii. a. 

AMBXTSH. 

D'lK to lie in wait, concealed in some secret plaoO) watching aa 
opportunity to make a sudden unexpeoted attack, in 



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order to rob or kilL Kal *pari. Poel. Piel *>part. 
^ 11MD m. ambushment : " to lie in ambuBh." 



Jo0h.viiL 2^7,12^H19> I Joeh.viii. 9. 

21« ai2Chroin.xiu.lS,lS. 



ol SChron. ZX.22. 
Jer. IL 12. 



AMEir. 
i?^ to be true. |pM amen, let it be granted, let it be done, 
and unalterably confirmed ; Num. v. 22, Ac. Used of 
the Messiah, "God of truth," Isa. Ixy. 16. comp. Bev. 
iii. 14. 

AMEND, 
ptn to be strong; to make strong, repair. PnsL inf. 
3D^ to be well, in any respect. Hifhil »in/. *>tmp. ^fvi. 

2 Chron. xxziy. 10. l|Jer.vu.6.a 2ac I Jer.xzxY.16. 2b 

Jer.vlLS. 2b | xxvi.13. 2b | 

a lie in mending, amend. 

AMENDS. 
0?p to be completed. Piel, to complete ; to restore, make 
good : yVrt. Lev. v. 16. 

AMEBOE. 
C^y to amerce, or impose a fine on any one; construed with 
two accusatires. "KALpret, Deut. xxii. 19. 

AMETHYST. 
ntD^riK /. name of a precious stone, which the Lxx.andYulg. have 
translated iLfi4dv(rros, amethystus. In its form it is a 
verbal from the Hiphil of obn to dream; hence the 
story of the Rabbins that this gem has the property of 
causing dreams : Exod. xxviii. 19; zxxix. is. 

AMIABLE, 
in^, (ujf. ecnst, beloved : Ps. lxj:xiv. i. 

AMISS. 
tViP to be crooked, to bei perverted; to do perversely. HiFHiL 

pret. 2 Chron. vL 37. 
T\7^ Ch. /. error : Dan. iii. 29, a»n3. ^bx6 Ch. /., Dan. iii. 29. 

AMML 
Dp com. people : Hos. L 9, and ii. i, lit. my people. 

AMMINADIB. 
Qy coni. people ) 
anj a4i, willing 1 ^^^' ^- "' ^^' "^y ""^^^ P^P^^- 

AMONG. 
nS Job xxxix. lit, in the sufficiency of. 
T|iD3 used as a prep., in the midst of ; in, within ; among: Gen. 
iii. 8, &c. 
13 back; middle: Job xxx. 5, from the midst (of men) they 
are driven. 
Dip in the interior, midst of anything. 2yji among, as a 
preposition, Gen. xziv. 3, &o. 



ANOESTOB. 

I^K^l^ adj. first, in time, order, or dignity: Lev. xxvi. 45. 

ANCIENT. 

1 \pt adj. old, in wisdom, as well as age; elders, &c. Filerst 

defines this word as implying hoary with age. 

2 tjn^ m. a very aged person. 

3 CsViy perpetual : also of time past, da3rs of old, former times. 

4 p^rip adj. old; advanced in age. p»n» Ch. id. 

6 tDli[> m, east, what is before; spoken also of time, fonner. 
• ^a^Dig ac^. id. ^ o*D^>p m. pi. antiquity. 





lMLuL2,6,14. 




l8a.lL0. 




6b 


ix.l6. 




Jer. y. 16. 




6a 


xix.ll. 




xviii.16. 






ixiii7. 




xix-1,1. 






xxiv.28. 




Ezek.vu.26. 






xxrvii.28. 




viii.11,12. 






xliv.7. 




ix.6. 






xlv.21. 




xxviL9. 






xlvilO. 




xxxvLa. 






xlviLG. 




Dan. vlL 0.13, 22. 


4a 



ANCLE. 

DDK m. end or remote part : Ezek. xlvii. 3. Mdt, waters of the 
ancles. 

ANGEL. 

T3K ac^- mighty: Ps. Ixxviii. 35, marg. the bread of the 
mighty. Pfeiffer, in Dub. Vex., supposes manna might 
be called the bread of the mighty, from its peculiar 
nutritive power, as well as from its delicious flavour. 
Cocceius thinks that D^';)^|M may be the name of God, 
the Mighty One of Israel, who gave them this food. 
CD^rpX m. pi. a name of God, given also to angels. Ps. viii. 5. 

TJK^D m. a messenger of Grod, an angel, prophet; a name of 
office, not of nature, given generally to the ministering 
servants of God, to prophets, and holy men acting 
under the divine direction, or in the service of reli* 
gion. Gen. xvi. 7, &c. : The " angel of Jehovah " is 
evidently appropriated to an uncreated being, and the 
designation of the Messiah; called the angel of Jeho- 
vah, Exod. iii. 2 : Judg. vi.11: angel of God, Gen. 
xxxi. 1 1 : Exod. xiv. 19 : angel of his presence, Isa. Ixiii. 
9 : angel, or messenger of the covenant, MaL iii i. 
"nHbo Ch. m. id. Dan. iii. 28; vL 22. 

\tiO\d m. repetition : Ps. IxviiL 1 7, lit. thousands of repetitions, 
i. e. thousands upon thousands. 

ANGEB. 

1 H3t? to blow hard in the nostrils, to be angry : it is used only 

of God's displeasure against sin, and implies his aversion 
to it, and readiness to punish it. f\^ differs from n^p|7 
a stronger affection ; from 0^2 and from nijn; seeProv. 
xxvii. 3, 4.—C0CC. Kal ^pret. ^fiU. Hithpael <>pret, 
^fvJt. * F)^ m. nostrils, anger: Gen. xxvii. 45, &o. 

2 D33 Ch. to be angry, indignant. Fal prtA. 

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against his people in pnnislung them. Kal * port. Poel. 
NiPHAL ^'paH, D3^l m* foam; wrath, anger. 

4 HDH /. indignation, wrath, fuiy, with heat: this word differs 
from. F|^ in being the expression of anger more fierce, 
lasting, and cmel. 

6 mn to be warm, to fume; to be greatly angry with resentment. 
Indignation ; sometimes it implies any sorrowful pertur- 
bation of mind, as in Jonah's case, iv. i, &o. £al * jpret. 

6 *nn to be burnt to a red-hot coal; applied to the heat of the 

mind. Niphal pret. 
*7 D}^ to be under any turbulent, uneasy commotion of mind. 

• KAL»tn/. ^fut, « 052 m. vexation. 
8 ID adj, bitter. 
K^ com. soul, life. 

10 TTS'yf /• that which exceeds (applied to anger, wrath.) 

11 pg com, eye. 

12 If^ to smoke : metaphor of the anger of God. Kal jprtt. 
18 D^ JQ m. pi, face ; sometimes of im angry countenance. 

14 ^V^ ^ breathe short; to foam^ to be wroth. Kal ^fuL Hi- 

PHIL ^fut, 

15 yip adj. short. 

16 Wi wind, breath, spirit. 

ProToke to anger. SeeiVovofte. 
AM anger. No. IQ, not indnded. 



Gen. xviiL 8(^82. 5b 


Neh.T.6. 


5b 




10 


xlv.S. 5 b, 11 


E8th.i.l2. 


4 


TTii.24. 


le 


LeT.x.16. 14a 


PB.ii.12. 


lb 


XXV. 28. 


8b 


Deut.i87. Ic 


VU.11. 


8a 


zxix.22. 


le 


iv. a. 1 c 


xxL0. 


18 


Eccle«.T.6, 


14a 


ix.8. Id 


xxxviiLS. 


8c 


viL9.9. 


7ac 


ix. 20. 1 c 


Ixxvi7.a 


le 


Cant.L6. 


6 


Judff.viii.8. 16 


lTTiT.5. 


lb 


I8a.xii.l,l. 


lae 


i^iL 25. 8, 9 


lxxx.4. 


12 


Jer.iiLl2. 


18 


2Sam.xix.48. 5a 


lxxxv.4. 


7c 


lAin. iv. 16. 


18 


lKing8TiiL46. la 




lb,EBek.xvi4a. 


7b 


xi.9. Id 


cvi82. 


14b Dan.iLl2. 


2 


2KingsxTiil8. Id 


Ph)v.xiv.l7.^ 


15.1e Jonah iv.l. 


5b 


2Chron.vi.86. la 


xxLl».y 


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a W. in the time of thy 
of anger. 


anger. ^ m. short of nostrilfl. yUL 
ANGIiXI. 


woman 


nan /. hook ; Isa. 


xix.8: Hab. 


L15. 







ANOtriSH. 
Wl to trayail, to tremble for pain (see Pom); to be in great 
pain, pangs, anguish, &c. Kal pnt, 
Hj^V /. straitness, distress, trouble. * p^S9 m. straitness, dis- 
tress. ^ n^^SD /. distress. 
IV m. an adversary ; affliction, distress, trouble. • nn^ 
/. distress. 
IV^ m, shortness. Gr., feeble-mindedness ; comp, i Thess. v. 14. 
The word seems to imply extreme dejection, with impa- 
tience. 
yiV} m, according to the Targums, perplexity, terror; pr. con- 
fusion of mind ; marg. coat of mail, or, embroidered 
coat. See Emhroider. 

Jobxv.24L 2b 

Pb. cxix. 148. 2 a 

Prov. i. 27. 2 

Isa.viii.28. 2 

ZIX.6. S 



AiroiKT. 

7>^ to pour over ; intrans. to overflow with. See also MimgU, 
The being anointed with "fresh oil," in Ps. xciL 10, 
seems also to imply a penetrating power. Kal prtL 
@ m. son ; anointed ones, lU. sons of oiL 

Jgf'J to make fat. 'PiSLprd.ji.e. poured largely the oiL 
ngto to spread over, to anoint. It is applied chiefly to the 
anointing of kings, priests, prophets;, and sacred things. 
KAL»pr«<. ^kif. ^imp. ^fut. •part.'PoeL ^part.TB,iiL 
Niphal tpret. ^inf, 'tr^^p adj. m. anointed, Messiah: 
title (frequent in the Targums) of the expected Deliverer 
and Saviour. * nn«)o /. anointing. * nrfep /. anoint- 
ing. <»n^Qp m. anointed: Ezek. xxviii. 14, anointed 
- cherub. Ges., cherub of expansion. Vulg., cherub 
exteniui, %.e. with expanded wings, in allusion to the 
cherubim over the mercy-seat ; comp. Exod. xxv. aa 

ipD to anoint the body after washing. Kal •pret. ^imf. «/«<. 
Htphh. */irf. 

*IW m. oil; especially new, of the same year's growth, so 
named from its bright and clear colour ; prob. such as 
was always used in the Golden Candlestick. 

\0^ com, &t, &tness ; oil : Isa. x. 37. It is difficult to get at 
any certainty in the interpretation of these words, in 
which expositors widely differ. The Heb. is literally, 
from the face of the oiL Chald., before the Messiah, 
the Anointed. Yitringa understands it of the Holy- 
Spirit. 



Gen. xlii. 2L 
Exod.vi.9. 
Beat. ii. 26. 
2Sam.i.9. 
JobviLll. 



8a 

4 
1 
5 
8 



Jer. iv. 8L 
vi24. 
xlix.24. 
L48. 



Gen.xxxLl8. 




Num.xviii8. 




2 Kings ix. 9, 6* 12. 4a 


Exod. xxv. 6. 




XXXV. 26. 




xil2. 


4d 


xxviii 41. 




Deut xxviii 40. 




xxiii 80. 


4d 


xxix.2. 




Judg.ix.8. 




lChron.xi8. 


4d 


xxix.7.7. 


4ka 


ix.15. 




xiv.8. 


n 


xxix.21. 




Ruth iii 8. 




xvi.22. 


xxix. 29. 




lSam.iilO,86. 




xiix. 22. 




xxix.S6. 




ix.16. 




2Chron.vi4a. 








x.1. 




xxii7.^ 




XXT.26. 




xii8»6. 




xxiii 11. 




XXX. 80. 




xv.L 




xxviii 16. 




xxxi. 11. 




XV. 17. 




P8.U.2. 




XXXV. 8, 15*28. 




xvi8. 




xviii50. 




XXXVU.29. 




xvi6.a 




XX. 6. 




xxxix.88. 




xvil2. 




xxiii 5. 




xl. 9, 9. 


4ka 


xvil8. 




xxviii 8. 




xL 10, 11, 18. 




xxiv. 6, 6, 10. 




xlv.7. 




xl. 15. 15. 15. 


4aa! 


xxvi9.11.16,28. 




lxxxiv.9. 




Lev.ii4. 




2 Sam. i 14 16* 2L 




lxxxix.20. 




iv. 8. 5, 16. 




ii4. 




Ixxxix. 88, 5L 




vi20. 




ii7. 




xcii 10. 




vi22. 




iii 89. 




cv.16. 




viLl2. 




V.8. 




cxxxii 10, 17. 




viL85,86. 




V.17. 




Iaa.x.27. 




viL86. 




xii7. 




xxiS. 




viii.2,80. 




xii20. 




xlv.L 




viii 10, 10. 


4kd 


xiv.2. 




IxiL 




viiLll. 




xix.10. 




Lam. iv. 20. 




viii 12*12. 


4kd 


xix.21. 




£zek.xvi9. 




X.7. 




XTli.5L 




xxviii 14. 


4m 


xvi82. . 




xxiii 1. 




Dan.ix.24L 




xxil0,12. 




lKing8i84. 




x.8.y 


6b a 


Num.iii8. 




i89,45. 




Amos VI. 6. 




iv.16. 




v.l. 




Mic. vi 15. 




vil5. 




xix.15. 




Hab. iii 18. 




viil.L 




xix.l6*16. 




Zech.iv.14 




viil0,8i88. 












a W. before the Lord is 


his anointed. 


fiULi 


indntedhim. 


yitt. 



anointing I did not anoint myselt 

AirOTHEB. 

1 QIH m. man. Eocles. viiL 9, lU, over man. 

2 HK m. brother ; one-^another, preceded by xb^if* 



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15 r?. 



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adj, 0X16 : repeated, one — another. 

/. sister ; after n^H one — another. 

adj, another, other, kc, frequent. ^^I^r^ Ch. adj, 
b|;n»Ch.«i;. 

m. man ; repeated, one — another. 

m. man: Job xiii. 9. '* mocketh another,** lit, as the mock- 
ing at a man. 

m. generation. 

to be strange. Kal |)ai*<. See Strange. 

moon. 

m. vessels. 

com. wing. 

to telL HiPHiL part. See Meuenger, 

m. neighbour. 

m, neighbour ; a friend, companion, acquaintance. 
• nW-) /. id, 

adj, ord. second. 

"^rrK another. No. 6, not included. 



Gen. XL 8» 7. 

XV. 10. 

xxvi.81. 

xxxi.40. 

xxxTli. 19. 

xlii. 21, 28. 

xliiLSS. 
Sxod. x. 28. 

xvi. 15. 

xviii. Ifl. 

xxi. 18, 86. 

XXV. 20. 

xxvi.8,8.5,17. 

xxvi. 19, 21. 25. 

xxxvL 10, 10. 1^ 13, 
22,24,26. 

zxxvii. 8, 19. 

XXXVU.9. 
Lev. vii. 10. 

xix.ll. 

XXV. 14. 46. 

XXV. 17. 

XXVL87. 
Kom. vlii.8. 

xiv. 4. 
Deut. xxi Iff. 

XXV. IL 
Judg. vL 29. 

ix.S7.a 

X.18. 

xvi 7. 

a at, one head. 



Judff. xvi 11. 
BntE ill. 14. 

1 Sam. ii 26. 
x.8,8. 
x.ll.^ 
xiii 18, 18. 
XI. 41, 41. 

IKin^ vi27.y 

iviu. 6. 
2Eingsiii28. 

vii. 8, 9. 

vii 6. 
lChron.xxvi.l2.« 

2 Chron. xx. 23. 
Neh. iii. 19. 21. 24^ 

27,80. 

iv. 19. 
£sth.i7.t 

il9. 

ix. 19, 22. 
Job xix. 27. 

xlil6. 

xli 17. 
P8.cxlv.4.f 
Prov. xxviil. 
Eccles. iv. 10. 

viii9. 
Isa.iii5. 

xiii 8. 

Ixvi28. 



8 

8 

2 

2 
14 

2 
14 

2 
16 

2 

8 

2 
15 

8 
15 

8 

fi lit. a man to his 



8 
16 

6 

8 
16 

8 
15 
12 

8 
15 
16 

2 

2 
16 

16 
2 

11 
16a 

15 
9 
8 
2 
8 
9 

16 
1 
6 

15 

10 



Jer. xiii 14 

xviii 14. If 

XXV. 26. 

xlvil6. 

li.81. 
Ezek. i 9. 

ill. 

iii 18. 

iv. 17. 

x.9,9. 

xvii.7. 

xix. 5. 

xxiill. 

xxiv.28. 

xxxiii. 80. 

xxxvii 16. 17. 

xi26,4e. 

xli. 11. 

xlviil4. 
Dan. ii 89. 89. 

Y.17. 

vii 6. 6^ 8. 

vii24L 

viiil8. 
Hos. iv. 4 
Joel U. 8. 
Amoe iv. 7. 
Zech.Yiii2L 

xi9. 
HaLiiil6. 



2 
9 
2 
15 
18 
4 
6 
4 
2 
8 
8 
8 
6 
2 
8 
8 
8 
8 
2 

5 a 

6 b 
6 a 
6b 

8 
6 
2 
8 
8 
16 a 
15 



iboor. y lit. wing to 

vessds diflterent from v< 
19 Ut." that come from another 



8 lU. opposite their brethren. c lU, 

i lit. ffeneratkni to generation shall. Ac 
place?* 

AITSWBB. 

1 *ip»t tosay. KAL^pret, ^fut. •'^pe *»• word. 

2 13*1 to say, to speak. PiBL •/«*• ^ '^^l *»• word. 

3 jn^ to know. HtphtTi imp. 

4 npp m. words, speech. 

6 tMV The various significations derived from this root make it 
very difficult to catch the primary idea conveyed by it. 
Most lexicographers suppose the general idea to be, 
that act which has respect to others. Koerber. in the 
Lexicon attached to Noldius, Ba3rs it is derived from an 
Arabic word, meaning to express the likeness of any- 
thing, to assimilate, or to signify. The general idea 
involved in the word may therefore be the act or opera- 
tion which corresponds to, assimilates with, or expresses 



and sig^nifies the act of another ; or to cause that act in 
another. Thus, to fnswer in speaking, singing, &c, 
by hearing a request, to be suitable, to comply or sub- 
mit willingly or unwillingly, to labour, to be afflicted. 
Hence these several significations : (i) to act suitably, 
to relieve, &c., as the sense of the place requireth ; 
Gen. XXXV. 3, Ps. Ixv. 5, Eccles. v. 10, Isa. xli. 17 : (a) to 
act suitably to exhortations, &o, ; Isa. Ixv. 12, Jer. xxxv. 
17: (3) to speak suitably to the occasion, &c.; Deut. 
xxi. 7, xxvi. 5, xxvii. 15, Job iii. a. Cant, ii 10: 
(4) to speak alternately, Isa. xiii. ai ; to sing respon- 
sively: (5) to speak suitably to a question, &c., to 
answer : (6) to answer in litigious or judicial cases, to 
plead, &c. ; to give an account, to vindicate ; to con- 
fute ; to answer as a witness ; to testify against. Kal 
•pret, ^inf. ^imp. ^fut. *part. Pool. Niphal 'pre*. 
tfvi. ^part, rti"^ to afflict, humble. Hiphil ^part, 
Eccles. V. ao, God answereth, or, humbleth him in the 
joy of his heart ; others, if Grod hears him through the 
joy of his heart, t.e. imparts to him through the joy of 
his heart n;3; Ch. Fal ^prtt. ^part. ™ njyp m. 
answer, always, good, or proper : Prov. xv. 23. 

6 D3nE) Ch. m. a word, an order, a letter, a matter. 

7 2VS^ to return. Hiphil, to bring again. Hiphil ^inf. ^imp, 

^fut, ^part. •n^^tJn/. return, 
g ^^ Ch. to return, to return answer, with an accusative of the 

pei-Bon. APHiL»prrf. *>tn/. ^fiU. 
9 T\iS!l}f /. conjunction, conmiunion; prep, over ag^ainst; equally 

with, even as ; answerable to, Exod. xxxviii. 18. 



Gen. xviii 27. 

xxiii 5, 10. 14 

xxiv. 50. 

xxvii 87. 89. 

XXX. 88. 

xxxil4,81.86^48. 

xxxiv. 18. 

xxxv. 8. 

xil8. 

xli 16. 16. 

xlii. 22. 

xliii28. 

xlv.8. 
Exod. iv. 1. 

XV. 2L 

xix. 8. 19. 

xxiv. 8. 

xxxviii 18. 
Nam.xi28. 

xxiil8. 

xxiii 12, 26. 

xxxii81. 
Deut. i 14^ 4L 

XX. IL 

xxi 7. 

XXV. 9. 

xxvii. 16. 
Josh, i 16. 

iil4 

iv. 7. 

vii 20. 

ix.24 

XV. 19. 

xviil6. 

xxii2L 

xxiv. 16. 
Judg. V. 29. 29. 

vSl4 

viiiS. 8. 

viiil8.25. 

xil8. 

XV. 6, 10. 

xviii 14 

xix. 28. 

XX.4 
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iv. 17. 

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xxi. 7. 1 a 

xxiv. 20. lb 

xxxvii 8. lb 

xxxviii. 18. 9 
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Amos vii. 14. 6 d 

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« M. return word to. /i <i<. returned a word. y M. return a word. 

AITT. 
ntejl /. a small insect, very sagacious, provident, and indus- 
trious, which is said to cut or nibble the sprouts of 
grains of com before stowing them up : Prov. vi. 6 ; 
zxz. 25. 

AITTIQXTITT. 
ntD*lj^ /. fonner state : Isa. xxiiL 7. 

ANVIIi. 

Dyfi com, an anvil, from D$B to strike : Isa. xll. 7. 

AITT. 

1 'inK odj. one, any one, some one. 

% HD^KD /. whatever, something, anything. 

8 fi^K if»* man, any one, eveiy one. 

4 13^ w. word, matter, "anything." 

i) DH m. found only in the ^., Ezek. vii. 11, ''any of theirs," 

XMLTg, or, their tumultuous persons, from ':\W to make 
a tumultuous noise : Ges. riches, wealth ; [there shall 
remain] nothing of them, neither of their multitude, 
nor of their wealth. The Paronomasia of the words, 



DHQ, Djtnp^ onpnp^ seems to have given oooaskn 
for the new or unusual form of this word. See Arp. 
e ^^ to add; translated throughout "any more." Seeifoit. 

7 ^^\ com, soul ; person ; ' any person, ' being, individual 

8 tMV m, ever ; ' any more,' lit, for ever. 

Nos. 1« 8» 4 and 6, occurring so frequently, are not included. 



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XXX. 31. 

xxxix.9, 28. 
Lev.iiL 

xxiv. 17. 
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2 ChroiL ix. 20. 


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AFABT. 

iTn3 /. separation; Lev. xv. 19, "put apart:" lit. in her 
separation ; xviiL 19, lit, in the separation of; Ezek. 
xziL 10, " set apart for pollution," lit, unclean by sepa- 
ration. 

AFIL 

t{\p m. the marmoset, or Ethiopian monkey: Shaw's Supp. 
p. 95 : I Kings x. as : a Ghron. ix. 21. 

AFIEOE. 

*inx acy. one: i Kings vii. 15, lit, eighteen cubits was tlie 
height of one pillar. 
t|3 a spoon : Num. vii. 86, apiece, lit, (each) spoon. 
'l^tSP m. pillar : i Kings vH. 15, lit, as above. 

AFOTHEOABT. 

T\\T) to spice, season ; to compound drugs. Kal part. Pool : 
Exod. XXX. 15, marg, or, perfumer, 55 ; xxxvii. 29 : 
Eocles. X. I. ngl m. apothecary, perfumers Neh. iii. 8. 
rin^'^p /. ointment; "prepared by the apothecaiieB* 
art," « Ghron. xvL 14. 

AFFABEIi. (See also CHANGE.) 

1 ^dl21 HI. see (hmnefU, 

vv 

2 D^p^lB m.i>?. "rich apparel," Ezek. xxvii. 94. Ges., vari^Tited 

stuflb, damask cloths, in which threads of various 

colours are woven together in figures. 
8 \^jb to put on clothes, or armour; to be clothed. KaIi 

•fut, PUAL ^part. ° Xbm^ m, a gannent, clothing. 

' v^^l^O m, a garment. 
4 rpp^ /. a gannent, fbr men and women ; see Clothe$, 



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8 Sam. i 24 


8c 


Ezra iiL 10. 


8b 


Ezek. xxvii 24 


2 


xii.20. 


4 


E8th.vi.8,9.1411. 


80 


ZepH.i.8. 


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xiiLlS. 


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viiLl5. 


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APPEAB, AFFABENTLT. 

n^B to open, uncover, reveal, discover, disclose. Kal ^pret, 

NiPBAL^pret. ^inf. 
{^B to pasture, to crop the grass, aooording to Bnxtorf ; to 

to have a shining beautiful appearance, according to 

Ck)oceius. Bochart Hieron. part i. lib. xL c. Ii. p. 

&16, supposes the proper meaning to be, to ascend ; 

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the Syriac. Gesenias and Fiirst, from the Arabic, 
derire the meaning of lying down, qwx di9cumlnmt vn 
mofUe GUead. Kal pret, 

8 ^t^nO m. a peeling, decortication. See B(irt. 

4 K)^ to come out. Kal inf. 

fi {^y com, eye ; appearance, form ; " outward appearance.** 

6 n^& to turn toward ; of the approach of day. Kal inf, 

7 T\X)B to open. Pibl jpret. 

8 HKI to see, look ; Niph., to be seen, to show oneself, appear. 

NiPHAL ^prtt. ^i^f, ofut. ^pcurt. 'nHip m. a 
looking, seeing ; appearance, form ; vision as granted 
to the prophets, and preeminently to Moses, the vision 
of God. 
» Hi?B^ to lie out over, to project ; to look forth. Niphal pret. 



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xii.7.7. 


8od 


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xlviii.8.^ 


8a 


Exod.iu.8. 


80 


iii.16. 


8a 


iv. 1. 6. 


8a 


vi8. 


80 


xiv. 27. 


6 


xvi.lO. 


8a 


xxiii.15,17. 


80 


xxxiv. 20, 2S. 


80 


xxxiv.2lu 


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Nam. xvi 19, 42. 

XI. 6. 
Deut. xvi 16, IC 

xxii.ll. 

xxxi. 15. 
Judy, vi 12. 

xiii. 8. 

xiiL 10. 

xiii. 21. a 
l8am.L22. 

iL27.« 

iiL21.f 

xvl7. 
2 Sam. xxii. 18. 

1 Kings ilL 6. 
ix.2. 
xi.9. 

2 Chron. i 7. 
iii.l. 
viil2. 

Neh. iv. 21. » 
Ps. xiii. 2. 

Ixxxiv. 7. 

xc.16. 

ciilft. 
Prov.xxvii. 26.* 
Cant. iL 12. 

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Jer. vi.l.i 

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xxxi 8. 
Ezek. i. 6, IS, 18, 
16, 16, 26, 26, 
27. 27, 27. 28» 
28. 

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X.8. 

X. 9. 10, 22. 

xix.ll. 

xxi.24 

xl. 8, 8. 

xli. 21, 21. 

xiii 11. 

xliiiS. 
Dan. i 16. 

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« lit. by ft making bare of the white. fi lit. was seen. y Ut. and in 

the day of appearing. S Ut. added not to appear. « W. appearing 

did I appear. f lit. added to appear. ij lit. the coming forth of the 

stars. « Ges. is gone away. t, i,e, impendeth, approecheth. 



AFFEASX!. 

IM to cover; see AUmemerU, Pibl fui. Gen. xxxii 20, Ut. 

appease his face, or propitiate his countenance. 
Tff^ to settle, to subside, spoken of water, anger. Kal inf. 

Eeth. ii. i. 
tD|^^ to rest, to have repose. Hiph., to still, appease, €.g. 

strife. BiBBiLfut, Prov. xv. 18. 

APPEBTAIW. 
^^CJ to become any one, to be due as that which is fit and 
proper. Impen. seq. ), it is becoming, suitable for any 
one. Kal pret., Jer. x. 7. Sept. ed. Compl. <rol yiip 
rphru. 

APPETITE. 

^n adj. living, life : Job xxxviii. 39. 

K'B!! com. animal life, soul, Prov. xxiii. 2 ; Eccles. vi 7. 

pgK^ to be desirous, eager; to long. Kal part. Pool, Isa. 
xxix. 8. 



APPIiE. 

{It^fijS blackness, obscurity; the pupil of the eye. Schultens 
supposes it has reference to the little image of a man 
that is seen in the black of the eye : Schultens on Prov. 
Gesenius says the derivation from the figure seen in 
the eye is common to many other languages. Deut. 
xxxii. 10 ; Ps. xvii. 8 : Prov. vii. 3. 
ni2l /. the black or pupil of the eye : Zech. iL 8. Ges. and 
Ftlrst, the gate of the eye, from 3)) to be hollow, 
hence, m. a hole, gate, or door, 
n? /. daughter : Ps. xvii. 8, lit. as the apple the daughter of 
the eye ; Lam. ii. 18, lit. the daughter of thine eye. 

APFIiE-TBEE. 

rnfiT) m. an apple-tree ; apples, some of which are known to be 
very pleasant to sight, smell, and taste. But Celsius 
(Hierobot. Part I. p. 255) contends that the apples 
celebrated in Scripture were Mala Cydonia, or quinces ; 
which, from various ancient authors, he shews were 
golden in colour, delicious in taste, of a fhtgrant and 
refreshing smell, far beyond our quinces, and particu- 
larly that they are the apples of gold in Prov. xxv. 11. 
See also Ra/s Hist, of Plants, tom. II. ch. iii. p. 
1453' Others think the citron is intended, a large and 
beautiful tree» always green, perfuming the air, and 
extending a deep and refreshing shade, and loaded with 
gold-coloured apples. Prov. xxv. 1 1 : Cant. ii. 3, 5 ; vii. 
8; viii. 5: Joel i. 12. 



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APPLY. 

to come. HiPHiL, to cause to come; imp., Prov. xxiiL 
12. fiU., Ps. xc. 12. 

m. heart : Eccles. vii. 25 ; lit. I and my heart compassed, 
to turn aside. HiPHiL/trf., Pirov. ii. 2. 
to give. Kal pret., Eccles.. viii. 16 ; inf., Eccles. viii. 9. 
to turn about, to compass about. Kal pret., Eccles. 

vii. a5' 
to set or put ; with ^ to lay to heart. Kal fyU., Prov. 

xxii. 17. 

APPOINT. 

to speak, command, design. Kal ^pret. ^fut. «*iO|^ m. 

word, command. ^*>OMp Ch. m. appointment, 
to choose ; to select, to prefer. KALftU. 
m. child, son: Ps. Ixxix. 11. 
to tell, to bid, to command. PncL pret. 
to determine, fix, appoint. PuAL part. 
to gird. Kal part. Patil. 
to prescribe, decree. Kal •inf. *> ph m. » portion. 

« npjn f. that which is established or defined. 
m. appointed to utter destruction. See Devote. 
to know ;• to make to know, to appoint. Poal pret. 
to be right ; to shew to be right, to decide, to adjudge to 

any one. Hiphil pret. 

to lay a foundation ; to ordain, decree. Pixl pret. • 



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12 ^P^ to define, appoint; to come together at an appointed 
place. KAh^pret, Niphal t>ytt<. Hipbil^ to appoint 
a time in a forensic sense. «/u^. ^ i;^^D m, appointed 
time ; assembly ; a place in which an assembly is held ; 
an appointed sign. •l^^D m. assembly, a troop of 
Boldiers. 'ni9^D /. appointed place of meeting. 

18 KD3 Cocceius and Schultens understand Prov. viL 20 of the 

V V 

new moon, a time appointed for extraordinary solemni- 
. ties of religion. The most probable derivation is from 

Dpp to number, to reckon ; and so it refers to specially 

appointed feasts, as of the Passoyer, of the Feast of 

Tabernacles, •hds m. id. 
14 njD to assign, allot. Pibl ^preL ^fut, Pual <^pati. 
16 3VJ tophwje. NiPHAL par*. 

16 ^^i to pierce; to mark or note an account; to declare or 

specify. Kat. imp, 

17 jnj to give. KAL^pret, ^imp, "/irt. ^part.T&iil. 

18 }DD to designate, to mark off. Niphal part, Isa. xxviii. 15. 

Ges., and (he plants) barley in the appointed place. 
According to the Sept. Aqu. Theod. Vulg. Isa. xxviii. 25 
is understood of millet, though without confirmation 
from the kindred dialects. 

19 ^Dp to stand. Hiphil, to set before, to appoint. *pret. ^imf, 

20 nfe^ to make. Kal pref. 

21 nfi m. mouth. 

V 

22 ^j^ to look after; to give the oversight^ to place a person 

over anything, with ^$ and MM; to give commission, 
to command, with S'i of the person ; Hiphil, to appoint, 
with \'^ Kinvs anything, and with b to appoint to have 
the charge. Kal •pre*, ^imp, «/ttf. Niphal ^f%a, 
Hiphil *pnt, ^imp, «/tt<. **i^do m. command, ap- 
pointed place. 

23 K3V f». host, war&re, hard service : Job vil i, xiv. 14, my 

appointed service, or warfiure ; Dan. x. t, " the time 
appointed was long," or the warfare was long, probably 
that series of wars described in the next chapter. 

24 niy to command, with an accusative of the person, and ^;^ of 

the thing, to appoint over; to appoint, ordain. Piel 
•pre*, ^imf, 

25 fiS^P w^SaoiCtify, HiFHiLfut, 

26 D^ Oh. to rise up. Aphel, to set up, ftU, 

27 rnp to meet. Hiphil, to cause to meet, to make opportune ; 

to make a suitable selection. Hiphil pret, 

28 D^fe^ to set, place, put, in any manner ; to ordain, establish ; 

to appoint ; with ^^ of the thing, to place or appoint 
over anything. Kal »pre*. *>ti^. «w»p. ^fiu, 

29 n^?^ to lay, put, set, place ; to constitute, appoint, with ^? 

over a thing. Kal • pre*, ^/u*. 
80 fV^ to send ; to send on a conmussion, a chaise. EIal/u*. 

Num. ix. 2, 8, 7, 18. 12d 

XXXV. 6. 17 

XXXV. 11. 27 

Josh, viii 14 12 d 

XX. 2. 17 b 

XX. 7. 25 

xx.9.a 12 f 



Geniv.26. 


29a 


xviiLl4. 


12d 


xxiv. 14, 44. 


10 


XXX. 28. 


16 


xli.84. 


22ff 
28d 


Exod.ix.QL 


Yzi.18. 


28a 



Exod. xxiiL 18. 


12 d 


XXX. 16. 


17 a 


Lev. xxvi 16. 


22e 


Num. L 80. 


22 f 


iiLlO. 


220 


iv. 19. 


28a 


iv.27,27. 


21,22a 



Judg.xvm.11.16,17. 6 


2 Chron. xxiiL 18. 


28d 


Pixjv. viL 20* 


18 


XX. 88. 


12 d 


xxxi.2. 


19 


viii 29. 


7a 


1 Sam. viii U. 


28a 


xxxiii.8. 


19 a 


xxxi.8. 


8 


viii 12. 


28b 


Ezraiii.8. 


19 c 


Isa. L 14 


12d 


xm.ll. 


12 d 


vi9. 


Id 


xiv.8L 


12 e 


xix.20. 


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xxvil. 


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12d 


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xxviii 25.y 


18 


xxi.2. 


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Neh.v.l4^ 


24a 


xliv.7. 


28b 


XXV. 80. 


24a 


vi7. 


19 a 


Ixi8. 


28b 


xxlx.4. 


22e 


viii. 


22d 


Jer. V. 24 


70 


2Sam.vi2L 


24b 


vii.8. 


19 b 


viii 7. 


12d 


vii.l0. 


28a 


ix.17. 


17 


XV. 8. 


22a 


xiii.82. 


21 


X.84 


5 


xxxiii 26. 


28a 


XV. 16. 


2 


xiL8L 


19 


xlvil7. 


12d 


xviLl4. 


24a 


xiL44. 


22d 


xlvii7. 


12a 


XX. 6. 


12a 


xiii80. 


190 


xlix. 19. 19. 


22 0.120 


xxiv. 15. 


12 d 


xiiL81. 


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11 


li27. 


22b 


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ii.8. 


11 


Ezek.iv.6.8 


17 a 


V.9. 


80 


iil6. 


xxil9. 


280 


xi.18. 


la 


iv.6. 


19 a 


xxi20. 


28d 


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xxi22.22. 


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XX. 42. 


8 


viLL 


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xxxvi6. 


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2KiiigiiviLl7. 


22e 


viL8. 


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xliii. 2L 


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viii 6. 


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xiv. 6. 


20 


xiv. 6. 


17 


X.S4. 


28a 


xiv. 18. 


29b 


Dan.i6. 


14b 


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xviiil4 


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V.21. 


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lChron.vi48. 


17 d 


xxiii.l4 


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viii 19. 


12 d 


ix.29. 


14 


XXX. 23. 


12 d 


x.1. 


28 


XV. 16. 


19 b 


P8.1xxviu.6. 


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xi 27. 29, 86. 


12d 


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19 


Ixxix. 11. 


8 


Hos. i 11. 


28a 


xvi4. 


17 


IXXTI. 8. 


18a 


Mio.vi9. 


12 a 


2Chion.viiil4 


19 c 


cii.20. 


8 


Hah. lis. 


12d 


XX. 21. 


19 


civ. 19. 


20 






a lit. of appointment. 


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AFFJEIOAOH. 



TTii» pfrr. 



t^^J to come near, or close. Kal *it\f, Niphal ^pret. 

2'}p to draw near; to be at hand. Kal ^prei. ^fut, TiXL 
^fut, ^3^5 culj. drawing near, 'n^^p /. approach. 
> adj. near. 



'1^15 ( 



Lev. xviii 6. 14 19. 


2b 


Deut. XTxi. 14 


2a 


XX. 16. 


2b 


Josh, viii 6. 


2b 


xxil7.18. 


2b 


2 Sam. xi 20. 


lb 


Num. iv. 19. 


la 


2King8xvil2. 
Job xI 19. 


2b 


Deut.xx.2. 


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XX. 8. 


2d 


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I8a.lviii2. 
Jer. XXX. 21, 2L 
Ezek. xlii 18. 

xUil4 

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APPBOVB. 

riKI to see, look on. EIal pret. Lam. iiL 36. 
n^ to be well pleased with, or to take delight in. KALfui. 
Ps. xlix. 13. 

APBOIT. 

ni'l^n /. that which girds about : Gen iii. 7. 

APT. 
iWV to make, do, act; to wage (war). Kal pairt PoeL 
a Kings xxiv. 16^ lit. doers oil 

ABABAH. 
^yyf, /• a plain : Josh. xv. 6 ; xviii. 18, i8. 

ABABIA. 

3*1^ m. evening: i Kings x. 15, peihaps, lit, of the mingled 
people ; see Mix, 

ABOH. 

Dytjt m. a porch, a gallery ; an arch which is bound to or con- 
nected with the main building : Ezek. xL 21, ai, 22^ 
«4, 35, 26, 39, ap, 31, 33, 33, 34, 36. n^Dbtf /. id, pi. 
Ezek. xL 16, 30. 



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ABOHEB. 

1 trf^K m. man. 

2 7^3 i». owner, master. 

8 ?n^ to tread ; to bend the bow by setting the foot or knee 
npon it. Kal part. Poel. 

4 yvn to shoot with an arrow. Piel *Tpart. *» yn m. arrow. 

5 rrs'^ to throw darts, shoot arrows or stones out of an engine 

in a regular manner, aiming directly at a mark. Kal 
^pari. Poel. Hiphil ^pari. 
e ^l m. in all the ancient versions of Job xvi 13 is rendered 
arrows ; by others, archers. 

7 n^l to multiply ; also to shoot. EIaL paH. PoeL Gen. xxi. 

ao,lH. a shooter with a bow. — Taylor. Another ren- 
dering, however, is g^ven by Gres. : he grew up an 
archer; see n^D». FUrst, odolttceM tagiUarius, uti 
hene Vvlg. factuaquc eat juvenit sagiUarixu aive jaculans 
Mogittarius, Ixx. ro^^rns, 

8 riB^ com. bow. *nig;? m. a bowman. 



lChron.viiL40.^ 8.8 Isa.xxL17. 8 

X.S. 6 b. 8 xxii.8. 8 

X. 8. B a Jer. L 29. 6 

2 Chron. xxxv. 23. 6 a IL 8. 8 

Job xYi 13. 6 

a HI, masters of arrows. fi Hi. benders of the bow. 



Gen. zxL 20. 7, 8 a 

zliz.28.a 2,4b 

Judg. V. 11. 4 a 

ISam.xxxLS. 6b, 1.8 

Tni.8. 6b 



ABOTXTBITS. 

B^ m. and B^'^J /. the constellation which we call the Great 
Bear, Ursa Major, the Wain, from the Greeks and 
Romans ; its sons are the three stars in the tail of the 
bear : Job ix. 9 ; xzzviiL 33. 

ABGITB. 

n?^ to shew, to prove in order to convince or refute by reasons, 
arguments, or actions. Hiphil ir\f. Job vi. 25. npj^ n/. 
a proving, arguments : Job xxiii. 4. 

ABIEIi. 

^nK and ^1K m. lion of God ; altar of God. So the altar 

M .-J .. . -. 

of burnt offering is called, Ezek. xliii. 15, 17; and 
Jerusalem, because the altar was there. FUrst derives 
it from H'l^ to be strong, &c., ifrffCor thcu, and sup- 
poses it to be the name of Jerusalem, as the abode 
of mighty men. Isa. xxix. i, I, 7, a, 7. Ges. supposes 
'"ifct means hearth; but 'lion of God' is probably the 
true meaning, and that it is put for Jerusalem, as Nine- 
veh is described under this figure, Nah. ii. 1 1, 1 2. 

ABIGHT. 

3b^ to be well, to use well ; to ' use aright.* HiPHlL fut. 
Pitov. XV. 2. 
D^C^D ^"^ P^' iiprightness : Prov. xxiii. 31. 

1^ to set things right, or in good order. HiPHiL pret. Ps. 
IxxviiL 8. |3 adj, aright : Jer. viii 6. 

ABISE. 

1 rnr to arise, to spring forth ; applied chiefly to the light, to 



the sun, to the glory or {avonr of God. Eal ^prd, 
^inf. ''fut. ^pwrt. Poel. 

2 Kb^^ to lift up, to lift up oneselt Kal inf, 

3 *l^y to awake, to rouse oneself. Kal imp, 

4 TOV to ascend, to go up. Kal ^pret. *> inf, ^fvt. ^part. PoeL 

5 npy to stand. Kal fut, ; or, continued. 

8 D^p see Jlise: to apply to action; hence, arise, a word of 
excitation to action. Figuratively, to arise, to begin 
to exist, to come to pass, connoting power and preva- 
lency, Hos. x. 14 ; to stand firm and upright, Prov. 
xxxi. 28 ; her children arise up, stand, i, e, flourish in 
wisdom, virtue, wealth, or reputation ; and so call her, 
i. e. g^ve others occasion to call her blessed : to stand 
or rise up in succession. Gen. xli. 30. Kal *pret, ^inf, 
^imp. ^fut. Hiphil •pret. DV Ch. P'al 'imp, 'fuL 

7 Y^\> to awake from sleep, death. Hiphil imp. 

8 D^B' to rise up early. Hiphil /i*<. 



Gen. xiiL 17. 

xii. 16, 16. 4 

xix. 33. 

xix. 35. 86. 

xxi. 18. 

xxiv. 10, 61. 

xxvii. 19, 48. 

ixvii. 31. 

xxviii. 2. 

xxxi 13. 

xxxv. 1. 

xxxv. 8. 

xxxviL7. 

xxxTiu.19. 

xU.30. 

xliiLS. 

xliii. 18. 
Excel L 8. 
Beat. ix. 12. 

X.11. 

xiiLl. 

xvii. 8. 

xxxiv. 10. 
Josh. i. 2. 

viiLl. 

viii. 8. 

viii. 19. 

xviii. 8. 

xxiv. 9. 
Judg. iL 10. 

iiL20. 

iv. 9. 

V. 7. 7. 

V.12. 

VL28. 

vii. 9, 15. 

viii. 21. 

X. 13. 

xiiL 11. 

xvi. 3. 

xviii. 9. 

xix. 8. 

xix. 6, 8. 

XX. 8, 18. 

XX. 40. 
Ruth i. a 
1 Sam. iii 8, 8. 

V.3. 4. 

ix.8. 

ix.26,26. 

xiii. 16. 

xvi. 12. 

xviL 36, 62. 

xvii. 48. 

xviiL 27. 

xx.25,84^4fi. 

XX. 41. 

xxi. 10. 

xxiiL4. 

xxiii. 18, 16. 24w 

xxiv. 4, 8. 

xxv.l.41,4fi. 

xxvL 2, 6. 

xxviLS. 

xxviii. 28. 

xxxi 12. 



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2 Sam. ii U H 16. 
iii. 21. 
vi.2. 
xi2. 
xi20. 
xii 17. 20. 
xiii. 16. 
xiii. 29, 81. 
xiv. 23, 81. 
XV. 9. 
XV. 14. 

xvii 1, 22, 28. 
xvii 21. 
xix. 7. 
xix. 8. 
xxii89. 
xxiii. 10. 

1 Kings i 6a 
ii.40. 

iii. 12. 20. 
viii. 64. 
xi. 18. 40. 
xiv. 2, 12. 
xiv. 4, 17. 
xvii 9. 
xvii. 10. 
xviii 44. 
xix. 8, 8. 21. 
xix. 6, 7. 
xxi 7. 16. 18. 

2 Kings i 8. 
il6. 
iv.30. 
vii. 7, 12L 
viii. 1. 
viii. 2. 
ix.2. 
ix.6. 
X.12. 
xil. 

xii. 20. 
xix. 36. 
xxiii. 26. 
XXV. 26. 

1 Chron. x. 12. 
XX. 4. 

xxii 16, 19. 

2 Chron. vi 41. 
xxii. 10. 
xxix. 12. 
XXX. 14, 27. 
xxxvil6. 

Ezra ix.6. 

X.4. 

X.6. 
Neh.iiia,aO. 
Esth. iv. 14. 

vii 7. 

viii 4. 
Job i 20. 

vii. 4. 

xix. 18. 

XXV. 3. 

xxix. 8. 
P8.iii7. 

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P8.vii6. 

ix.l9. 

x.12. 

xii 6. 

xvii 18. 

xliv.28. 

xUv.26. 

Ixviii. 1. 

Ixxiv. 22. 

Ixxvi. 9. 

Ixx viii 6. 

Ixxxii. 8. 

IxxxviiilO. 

Ixxxix. 9. 

ciil8. 

civ. 22. 

cii.28. 

cxii4. 

cxxxii8. 
Prov. vi. 9. 

xxxi. 28. 
Eccles. i 5, 6. 
Cant, ii IS. 
Isa. ii 19, 2L 

xxi. 6. 

xxiii. 12. 

xxvi 19. 

xxxi 2. 

xxxvii. 86. 

xlix. 7. 

Iii 2. 

lx.l. 

lx.2. 
Jer. i. 17. 

ii27. 

ii28. 

vi4,5. 

viii. 4. 

xiii. 4, 6. 

xviii 2. 

xxxi 6. 

xli 2. 

xlvil6. 

xUx.28.81. 
Lam. ii. 19. 
Esek. iii 22. 

iii 28. 
Dan. ii. 80. 

vi.l9. 

vii. 6. 

vii 17, 24. 
Hos. X. 14. 
Amos vii 2, 6. 
Obad. 1. • 
Jonah i 2, 6. 

iii 2. 

iii. 8. 6. 

iv.8. 
Mic. ii. 10. 

iv.13. 

vii. 

vii 8. 
Nah. iii 17. 
Hab. ii 19. 
MaLiv.2. 



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ABK. 

}{lM and I^K e. an ark, chest, box, coffer, co£Sn; in which 
anything is laid up and preserved : this is the word 
applied to the ark of the covenant, in which were hud 
up the tables of the law, over which was the divine 
manifestation ; called the ark of the testimony, because 
it contuned the written law, Exod. xxxi. i8; xxxiv. 
39 ; the ark of the strength of God, because it was the 
symbol of the power of God, going forth against the 
enemies of Israel ; and the ark of holiness, dedicated to 
a holy God, and containing his holy law, Exod. xxv. 
10, &o. 

n!U^ /. strictly a box, chest ; hence a vessel, boat, ship, e. g, 
that of Noah, that wherein Moses was exposed when 
an in&nt : Ixx. Ktfiwros, Vulg. area. Gen. vi. 14, 14, 
IS, 16, 16, 18, 19; vu. I, 7, 9, 13, 15, 17, 18, as; viii. 
i» 4» <5, 9, 9, 10, 1$, 16, 19; ix. 10, 18 : Exod. iL 3, 5. 

ABM. 

jn**) Ch. /. an ann : Dan. ii. $2, 

thiT com. an arm ; the shoulder of any animal. Figuratively, 
power, strength ; any kind of help or support, as riches, 
friends, &o.. Job xxii. 8, 9. The power and operation 
of Grod ; Isa. li. 9 ; lii. 10 ; where some think the doctrine 
of the Gospel is referred to, others Christ himself, who 
is the arm of the Lord to vindicate his truth and glory 
in the salvation of men. Isa. xliv. la, the strength of 
his ^rms ; Ut. the arm of his strength ; Geo. xlix. 34, 
&Q. ^^niK/. Jer. xxxL aa ; xxxii. 21. 

]Vh m. the grasp of both the aims; Isa. xHx. aa. See 

Bo9om, Lap. 
ffrp /. the shoulder; Job xxxi aa, or, let my shoulder &U 
from its h]t4e. 

^BH-HOLB8. 
T^VK joining ; the joining of the hand or of the ann, the wrist ; 
Jer. xxxviil la : Ezek. xiii. 18. 
T com. hand; ^urpi-holes; lit. holes of my hands: Jer. 
xxxviii. I a : Ezek. xiii. 18. 

ABMEB. 

1 )^n to draw out, to draw off: it is used of armed men, as 
it has been supposed, because they are drawn out or 
draughted for war ; but as the word means to strip, 
80 it may come to have been used of men prepared 
for war, corresponding with the Latin word expeditl; 
translated in Josh. iv. 13, c0(«^of , elsewhere by Ixx. 
hfwwXtffiiivoi, dirXlrris, xo\t/u<rrfis, /idxifMS. Kal 
•par*. Paul. Niphal »> imp. «/t«<. 

a d^tSton adj. pi. by fives ; armed, in battle array : others, divided 
into companies of fifty : see Patrick's Com. on Exod. 
xiiL 18. He siuth that the Hebrew word chomcueh 
signifies those parts that are under the five small ribs 
about which men were wont to be girt, when they 
went to fight or travel; and so it signifies to be 
anned, accoutred. Ftlrst regards the word as a 
verb denom. in part, pat$, plur., and so Gres. 



8 t^27 to put on clothes or annour. Kal *part. PatQ. 

HiPHIL ^fut. 
4 ]yO m. a shield ; " armed man," lit. a man of shield, i. e. not 

to be resisted. 
6 pp2 to join or close together ; hence applied to those who 

meet in battle. Ancient versions, however, render 

this word of the use of the bow: see Ges. Thes. 

Heb. in v. The noun, therefore, may rather be 

understood of tela than arma. Kal ^part, PoeL 

*» P«5j and p^3 m. armour, annoury. 

6 p¥^ to draw out. "HiFBJhfut. 

Gen. xiv. 14. 6 

Num. zxxL8.a lb 

xxxi. 5. la 

xxxii 17. 20. 1 

xxxii. 21. 27, 20, 80, 

82. la 

Deut. iii. 18. la 

Josh, i 14. 8 



ABMT. 
1 *TVTB m. see Troop; a band of warriors, or robbers, 
a T^n m. strength, &o., valour in war; forces, an army. 

• ^:n Ch. m. id. »> Vn m. id. 

8 pn see Armed. Kal part. PatiL 

4 n^np com. the encamping of an army, either in a field or in 

the si^e of a town ; hence, a host or any company of 

men. 



Josh. iv. 12. 




8 Chron. xvii 17. 


6a 


15-7.?, 18. 


la 


xxviiL14. 


la 


Judg. vii. 11. 




Jobxxxix.8L 


5b 


lSam.xvu.S. 


8a 


P8.1xxyiiL9. 


6a 


xvii.88.S8. 


8b 


Prov. vL 11. 


4 


lChron.xiLa. 


0a 


xxiv.84. 


4 


xiL28»a4. 


la 


I8a.xv.4. 


la 


«W. arm men. 









6 nSSnO /. a post or garrison. 



6 nj^gp m. 4U1 army set in battle array. • T)S*y^io /. pi, id. 

7 K3V m. an army, a host, a body of men marshalled, set in 

array, properly disposed, where every one is appointed 
to his proper station and duty, and obliged to attend 
upon it. 



Gen.xxvLS8. 


7 


1 Kings XX. 19. 26. 26. 




Iaa.xixiv.2L 




Bx0d.vi.2e. 


7 


2 Kings XXV. 6. 6, 10, 




xxxvi2. 


2b 


vii 4. 


7 


28.26. 




xliii. 17. 




xii.17.61. 


7 


1 Chron. xL 26. 




Jer. xxxii 2. 




xiv. 9. 


2 


XX. 1. 




xxxiv. 1. 7. 21. 




Num. L8. 


7 


xxvii84. 




XXXV. 11, 11. 




. IL 8. 9. 10, 18,18. 




2 Chron. xiiL 8. 




xxxvii6.7,10,ll,ll. a 


24.26. 


7 


xiv. 8. 




xxxviii 8. 




X. 14. 18. 22, 28. 


7 


xvi.4. 




xxxix. 1, 6. 




xxxiiil. 


7 


XX. 21. 




xlyi2.22. 




Deut. xL 4. 


2 


xxiy.24 




Iii. 4, 8. 8. 14 




XX. 9. 


7 


xxv. 7. 




Ezek. xvii. 17. 




Judg.iv.7. 
vm.8. 


7 


xxv. 9. 




xxvii. 10. 11. 




7 


xxv. 10. 18. 




xxix.18,18,19. 




ix.29. 


7 


XXVL18. 17 


xxxii 81. 




18ain.iv.2.1tl«.18. 6 


Neh.ii.9. 


2 


xxivii.lO. 




xvu.1. 


4 


iv.2. 




xxxviii 4, 16. 




xvii 8. 10. 21. 21, 22, 


Job xxv. 8. 




Dan. iii 20. 


Sa 


• 28.26.86.46,48. 




xxix.26. 




iv.85. 


2a 


xviL28.'3 


6a 


P8.xliv.9. 




xi 7. 18. 26. 26* 28. 




xxiii. 8. 




lx.10. 




Joel ii 11. 26. 




xxviiil. 




IxviiLia. 




Zeoh.ix.8. 




xxix.1. 




Cant vi 18. 










ABHOITB, ABHOIT] 


BY. 




1 l^M m. see Treaewre. 








a nl3f /. P^. 


defei 


isive armour, encon 


ipai 


9sing and surround 


ing 



the body. The passage in i Kings xxii. 38 may be 
rendered, ' and the harlots washed,' i. e. In the same 
pool ; which is mentioned to the disgrace of Ahab : 
so the Babbins and many commentators understand 
the passage. — Keil. 
8 nn^an /. a girdle. 



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4 n^pH /. spoil stripped firom an enemy, booty ; aee Armed, 

5 ^p3 m. a general name for all kinds of tools, armour, 

weapons, &c. 

6 ^p fn. an upper garment. See BaitMnt, 

7 pC^J /. see ArTntd, 

8 n^^Bpri /. ^l, an armoury, a place where weapons were hung 

up, as on the turrets and walls of eastern cities: 
Cant. iv. 4, comp, Ezek. xxvii 10, 11. Probably com- 
pounded of bn (from nSn to hang up,) and n^»B edges, 
»c. of swords, comp. Prov.v. 4. Gesenius derives it from 
n^Pi to destroy ; 1. 1. destructive weapons. 



Judg.ix.64. 


5 


2 Sam. xviii. 15. 




lOhPon.x.4,4,6.9,10. 


6 


1 Sam. ziv. 1. 0. 7, 12, 




xxilL 37. 




zi.S9. 


5 


18.18.14.17. 




1 Kings X. 25. 




Neh. HI. 19. 


7 


xvi.21. 




XX 11.38. 




Cant. Iv. 4. 


8 


xvii. 88, 89. 




2 Kings Hi. 21. 




Isa. xxli. 8. 


7 


zviL54. 




X2. 




Txxix. 2. 


6 


xxxi. 4. 4, 5. 6, 9, 10. 




XX. 18. 




Jer. L 25. 


1 


2 Sam. ii 21. 













ABBAT. 

1 IpM to bind ; to draw men up in battle array, to bind them 

together in order, in rank and file. "Kal/iU. 

2 ^J? to put on clothes and armour. Ka.l ^ftU. Pual ^ part. 

HiFHiLopre^. ^fia. 

8 ntDy to cover, to wrap oneself up with a cloak or upper gar- 
ment. Kal *pret. Jer. xliii. 11, of Nebuchadnezzar, 
who shall get possession of Egypt as easily as a person 
puts on a garment ; or the import may be, the Egyp- 
tians may procure assistance and supplies and wealth, 
but he shall clothe himself with all their preparation. 

4 yf^V to Bet things in a regular disposition, as they suit or 
match one another, or to place them in equal corre- 
sponding ranks ; as soldiers are drawn up in battle array, 
with HM and n»n)3^ against any one : intrans., to put 
oneself in battle array, with HH^f ^, )} ^Vf against any 
one. KAL»prrt. ^inf. ^imp. ^fut. •jxirt. PatiL 

6 n^B^ to set, put, place. Kal *'pret. *> inf. > 

Gen. xli. 42. 2d 

Judg. XX. 20, 80, 88. 4d 

xx.22,a22. 4ba 

1 Sam. iv. 2. 4 d 
xviL 2. . 4 d 
xvii. 8. 4 b 
XVU.21. 4d 

2 Sam. X. 8. 9, 10. 17. 4d 
1 Chron. xix. 9, 10, 11, 

17.17. 4d 

a lU. added to set in amy. ^ Hi. setting, shall set themselves. 

AEEOaANOY. 

\S\M m. elevation, exaltation ; excellence ; swelling pride ; as 
of waves, and of selfysxaltation, arrogance, pride, and 
haughtiness : Prov. viii. 13 : Isa. xiii. 11 : Jer. xlviii. 39. 

pnV ad^. that which is grown old, hard, and durable ; it seems 
to denote an obstinate, unrelenting disposition, showing 
itself in insolence, pride, and violence : i Sam. ii. 3. 

ABBOW. 

1 }^ m. a son ; arrows, lU. sons of the bow or the quiver. 

2 J^n m. an arrow, or dart. Arrows were usually made of light 

wood, with a head of brass or iron, which was com- 
monly barbed : sometimes they were armed with two, 



2 Chwrn. V. 12. 


2b 


Jobxl.l0. 


2a 


xlll.8. 


1 


Isa. xxlL 7.^ 


Sab 


xiiL8. 


4a 


Jer.vL28. 


4e 


xiv. 10. 


4d 


iliii. 12. 


8 


xxvilL 16. 


2d 


1.9. 


4a 


Esth. vL 9. 


2c 


1.14. 


40 


vi. 11. 


2d 


1.42. 


4e 


Jobvi.4. 


4d 


JoeliL5. 


4e 



or three, or four hooks. The heads of arrows were also 
occasionally dipped in poison (to which distinct allusion 
is made in Job vi. 4) of the deadliest kind : the fatal 
effect, it is sud, usually takes place at sunset, to which 
there may be reference in 2 Chron. xviii. 34. Figura- 
tively, arrows are put for calamities, pains, or sorrows 
inflicted by God, Deut. xxxii. 23, Job vi. 4 ; the tor- 
tures of famine, Ezek. v. 16. Thunders, lightning, hail, 
are God's arrows, Ps. Ixxvii. 17, cxliv. 6. The Gr^spel 
is an arrow in the hand of Christ to subdue his enemies, 
Ps. xlv. 5, comp. Rev. vi. 2. Arrows were used in 
drawing lots to assign to persons their particular shares 
or stations, to decide purposes of war, Ezek. xxi. ai. 
Arrows were shot into an enemy*s ooimtry as a signal 
of war, 2 Kings xiii. 1 7. Children of a family are called 
arrows of their parents, from the protection they afford, 
Ps. cxxvii. 4. In some places, says Paxton, the birth 
of a son is announced by an arrow being hung up before 
the house. Whatever greatly injures is compared to an 
arrow ; as a &lse witness, Prov. xxv. 18 ; a fa^Re tongue, 
Ps. cxx. 4, Jer. ix. 8 ; bitter words, Ps. Ixiv. 3. » 'Sn 
m. id, ^ f ^n m, id, 

3 nc^p com. bow. 

4 ^Ch m, spark ; a flame, strong heat ; lightning : Ps. Ixxvi. 3, 

the lightnings of the bow, t. «. arrows : some the sparks 
of the bow, because arrows fly firom the bow like sparks. 

Num. xxiv. 8. 2 

Deut. xxxii. 28, 42. 2 

1 Bam. XX. 20, 21, 21, 

22. 36. 38. 2 

XX. 80. 37, 87. 2a 

XX. 38. '3 2 a 

2 8am. xxlL 16. 2 
2 Kings Ix. 24. 2 a 

xiii. 16, 16, 17, 17. 18. 2 

xix. 82. 2 

1 Chron. xli. 2. 2 

2 Chron. xxvL 16. 2 
Job vL 4. 2 

xli. 28. 1,8 

P8.viL18. 2 

ABT. 
T\}Oyp m, work, labour ; business, occupation : Exod. xxz. 25, 
35 : 2 Chron. xvi 14. 

ABTIFIOEB. 
Cnn !». graver; workman in brass, &c., i Chron. xxix. 5; 
2 Chron. xxxiv. 11. ttJ^h m. cutting, graving; graver: 
Gen. iv. 22. tJ^Ji m. artificial work ; used of magic 
arts, Isa. iii. 3. Gesenius understands this passage of 
magic arts ; but Sept., Vulg., &c., of a skilful artist. 

ABTILLBBY. 
Y? 9^' ^ general name for tools, armour, &c. : i Sam. xx. 40. 

ASOBND. 

1 pD3 occurs only in one passage, but is allowed to mean, to 

climb. Kal fut. 

2 T\hy to go or come up, to mount. Kal ^prtt. ^ftU. <> part, 

Poel. HiPHiL * fvJt. • paH. ' n);;© m, ascent. 
« rrji? /. ascent. ^ n;)jj /. way up to tiie temple. 



P8.xi.2. 


2 


xvill.14. 


2 


xxxvm.2. 


2 


xlv. 5. 


2 


lvU.4. 


i 


lviii.7. 


2 


liiv. 8, 7. 


2 


Ixxvi. 8. 


4 


lxxviLl7. 


2b 


xci.6. 


2 


cxx. 4. 


2 


cxxviL4. 


2 


cxUv.6. 


2 


Prov. xxv. 18, 


2 



Prov. xxvi 18. 




Ifla.v.28. 




viL24. 




xxxviL88. 




Jer.ix.8. 




1. 9. 14. 




lill. 




Lam.iiLl2. 




iiLl8. 




Ezek. V. IflL 




XXL21. 




xxxix. 8, 9. 




Hab. in. 11. 




Zech.ix.14. 





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GeiLxxviiilS. 
Bzod.zix.18. 
Kmn. xiiL22. 

zzxIt. 4u 
Josh. vL 5. 

viii.20, 2L 

X.7. 

XV.8. 



2 
2b 
2b 
2 f 
2a 
2a 
2b 
2a 



Jadg.xiiL20. 
ZZ.40. 

1 Sam. xxviiilS. 

2 Sam. XT. 80. 

1 Kings z. 5. 

2 Chron. ix. 4. 

P8.XXiT. S. 

IzriiLlS. 



2b 
2a 
2c 
2 f 

II 

2b 
2a 



Pa.czxxv. 7. 

czzzix.8. 
Prov. XXX. 4. 
Isa. xiv.lS,14. 
Jer. X. 18. 

li.l«. 
Ezek. zzzriiL 9. 



2e 
1 
2a 
2b 
2d 
2d 
2a 



word, calumniaurt. Pa. ir. «. Niphal ^prti, 
«/irf. d part, HiPHiL • porf. 



bt»/. 



ASOBIBE. 

3n"» to supply or give. See Qixt, Kal imp, Deut. xxxii. 3. 
jni to give. "K'at, pret, i Sam. xviii 8, 8. imp, Pe. Ixviii. 34. 
ffU, Job xxxvi. 3. 

ASHDOTH. 

rtl^ m, springB ; Ashdoth-Pisgah, marg, gpringe of Piflgah, or 
the hill : Deut. iii. 17 : Josh. zii. 3; xiii. 20, 

ASH. 
pi< m. a timber-tree, but of what species is uncertain ; Ge- 
senius, a pine, so called because when agitated it emits a 
tremulous sound. Sept.Tlrus. yulg.|>iniM. I8a.zliv. 14. 

ASHAMED. 

1 C^3 to be ashamed, to feel shame; denoting, more than the 
following, that shame which is internal; and therefore 
sometimes that which may or ought to prevent an action : 
Ezra viii. 22 : Job xix. 3 : — but most commonly that 
which follows upon disappointment of opinion, hope, or 
expectation. Its primary idea seems to lie in paleness 
caused by fear; it is therefore used of confusion and 
consciousness of disgrace and ignominy, or in respect of 
anything which causes a degree of disgrace, as of a son 
causing shame : Prov. x. 5, &c., comp. Isa. xxix. 33. Ap- 
plied to enemies and wicked men who are put to flight 
after vain attempts, and to persons oppressed with 
sudden calamity. Joined with D^3 of outward shame or 
ignominy, it adds great force to Jer. viii. 12, i. t. they 
were not brought to repentance by inward shame or 
outward disgrace. The phrase «5^a i? applies to that 
importunity which exceeds the bounds of reason and 
modesty, Judg. iii. 25, 2 Kings ii. 1 7, or which cannot 
for shame be refused. Kal ^prtt, ^ inf. « imp. ^fui. 
•pari. PoEL. HiPHiL'/w«. 9paH, Hithpolbl »»/»<• 
* n^a/. 

a *^Bn to hang down the head, and hide the fsuce, to blush with 
shame and confusion : it is frequently joined with the 
previous word to express the greatest confusion and 
shame internally and externally. Kal •jprrt. ^fut. 
HiPHiL '>pret, 

8 \lfy to be made dry ; to become pale ; to be ashamed from dis- 
appointment of hope. HiFHiL^pret. ^imp. 

4 D/3 probably to wound ; always referred to threats, reproaches, 
injury ; to reproach, to shame, to harm ; to be in a state 
of dishonour, disgrace, ignominy. This word expresses 
a higher degree of shame than i^^3> with which it is 
often joined to express a twofold shame, internal and 
external : Isa. xlv. 16. It is used of shame from public 
divine punishment, Ezek. xvi. 52, Jer. xiv. 3 ; Ihjm pub- 
lic and notorious ignominy, Num. xii. 14, a Sam. xix. 3, 
z. 5. It answers frequently very nearly to the Latin 



Gen.iL25. 
Num. xiL 14. 
Judg. iii. 26. 
2 Sam. X. 6. 

xix. 8. 
2 Kings ii 17. 

viii. 11. 

1 Chron. xix. 6. 

2 Chron. XXX. IS. 
Ezra viii. 22. 

ix.6. 
JobvL20. 

xi.8. 

xix. 8. 
Ps. vL 10, 10. 

XXV. 2. 8, 8, 20. 

xxxi 1, 17, 17. 

xxxiv. 5. 

zzxv. 26. 

xxxvii.19. 

xl.14. 

lxix.8. 

lxx.2. 

Ixxiv. 21. 

Ixxxvi. 17. 

cix.28. 

a lit. be ashamed s 
being ashamed they 



lb 
4c 
lb 
4d 
4d 
lb 
lb 
4d 
4a 
la 
la 
2b 
4e 
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Id 
Id 
Id 
2b 
Id 
Id 
Id 
Id 
Id 
4d 
Id 
Id 

a shame. ^ {•^.astheshameofathiet yULin. 

were not ashamed. 



Ps.cxix.6,4Q,78,80. Id 


Jer. viii. 9. 


8a 


cxix.ll«. 


1 f 


viiil2,12.y 


8a»lbd 


cxxviiS. 


Id 


XU.18. 


1 a 


Prov.xii4 


JS 


xiv. 8, 4. 


la 


Isa.i29. 


XV. 9. 


1 a 


XX. 6. 


la 


xviLl8. 


Id 


xxiiL4. 


1 


XX. 11. 


1 a 


zxiv. 28. 


la 


xxii.22. 


Id 


XXTi.ll. 


Id 


xxxi. 19. 


1 a 


xxix. 22. 


Id 


xlviiLl8.1S. 


1 a 


XXX. 6. 


8a 


1.12. 


2a 


Tixiii. 9. 


2c 


Eeek.xvL27. 


4d 


xli.ll. 


Id 


xvi 61. 


4a 


xliLl7.a 


Id i 


xxxii. 30. 


1 e 


xUv.9,ll,U. 


Id 


zxxvLd2. 


1 c 


xlv. 16. 


la 


iliii. 10. 


4 


xlv. 17. 24. 


Id 


Xliii.ll. 


4a 


xlix. 28. 


Id 


H08.iv.19. 


Id 


L7. 


Id 


X.6. 


Id 


liv.4. 


Id 


Joel i. 11. 


Sb 


lxv.18. 


Id 


iL26,27. 


Id 


lxvi.6. 


Id 


Miciii.7. 


la 


Jer.ii.26,/i26. 


li,8a 


Zeph.iiLll. 


Id 


iL36,86. 


ld,a 


Zech.ix.6. 


8a 


iiL8. 


4b 


ziiL4. 


Id 


vL16.15.y 


8a»lbd 







ASHES. 

1 IfiK m, the ashes to which any substance burned in the fire is 

reduced; by paranomasia *1DH^ '^CV^ dust and ashes: 
Job XXX. 19; xlii. 6. "»p» nnn 'iwb, Isa. Ixi. 3. 
* *>9H m. according to our version, ashes ; but according 
to Jewish interpreters and modem critics, a covering 
of the head, or bandage with which the- prophet covered 
his wound and disg^ed himself. 

2 )fi^ m. fatness ; ashes of the Bat and other parts of the sacrifice 

burned on the altar; also the ashes of corpses burned: 
Jer. xxxi. 40. Hence the verb ]y^1 to take away ashes. 
TiEL^pret. ^if^, 

3 "IfiV m. any dust, ashes, or powder; the dust of the earth. 

4 TV*B m, ashes that may be blown away. 



Gen. xviii. 27. 
Exod.ix.8,10. 

xxviL8. 
Lev. i. 16. 

iv.12.12. 

vi.10,11. 
Num.iv.18. 

xix. 9. 10. 

xix. 17. 
2 Sam. xiii. 19. 
1 Kings ziiL 8» 6. 



1 
4 

2b 
2 
2 
2 

2a 
1 
8 
1 
2 



1 Kings XX. 88, 4L 

2 Kings xxiii.4. 
E8th.1v.l.8. 
Job ii. 8. 

xiii. 12. 

XXX. 19. 

xlii.0. 
Ps. oil. 9. 

oxlviL 16. 
Isa.xliv.20. 



la 


Isa.lviiL5. 1 




IxLS. 1 




Jer. vL 26. 1 




xxxi. 40. 2 




Lam. iii. 16. 1 




Eaek.xxviL80. 1 




xxviiilS. 1 




Dan.ix.8. 1 




Jonah iii. 6. 1 




MaLiv.8. 1 



ASK. (See also MIJOH.) 

1 nyS Ch. to request, desire earnestly. P'al pret, 

2 ^p3 to seek ; to desire and search after. PiEL *tt^. ^ftd, 

3 Cn'n to seek or search after anything ; to inquire : to ask 

advice, help, or direction. Kalm^. sej. D9D. 

4 ?KC^ to ask, demand, require, seek, with an accusative of the 

thing ; the person of whom anything is asked is pre- 
ceded by |p^ HHO^ or put in an accusative (like curtuf 
riifd Ti); hence with two accusatives, Ps. cxxxvii. 3, 
Deut. xiv. 26 : to ask, beg, request, with an accusative 
of the thing, and |p^ D?9> Z^^P> of the person; to 
inquire of, to interrogate, with an accusative of the per- 
son, and with b: the thing for which one inquires is 



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preceded by ^, by Vy, or put in an aocuaatiye: par- 
ticularly to inquire of or consult, as an oracle, to ask 
oounsel, and then construed with 3; with \ for a per- 
son ; to inquire after the health of any one, particularly 
as a salutation, with '' ; to ask as a loan, to ask alms. 
Niph., to ask for oneself (like the Greek, a/roC/iim, mihi 
peto, different from alr4v). Kal ^prtt, *> inf. « imp, 
^fut. • part. Foel NiPHAL 'i>rrt. 'inf. TiXL^fta. 
^»« Ch. Fal ipret. 



Gen.xxiT.*7. 


4d 


iSam.viiLlO. 


4e 


P8.XXL4. 


4a 


xxvL7. 


4d 


xiLl7,19. 


4b 


IxxviiLlS. 


4b 


xxxii.l7. 


4a 


xiv. 37. 


4d 


cv.40. 


4a 


xxxii. 29, 29. 


4d 


xix.22. 


4d 


I«a.viL 11,11. 


4ob 


xxxvU. 15. 


4d 


XX. 6. 28. 


4g f 


viil2. 


4d 


xxxviiL21. 


4d 


XXV. 8. 


4 


XXX. 2. 


4a 


xl.7. 


4d 


xiviii. 10. 


4d 


xU.28. 


4d 


xliiLT. 


4ab 


2 Sam. xiv. 18. 


4e 


xiv. 11. 


40 


xliii27. 


4d 


XX. 18. 


4bh 


lviiL2. 


4d 


xliv. 19. 


4a 


1 Kings iL 18. 
ii.25. 


4e 


Ixv.l. 


4a 


Exod.xiiL14 


4d 


4c 


Jer.vLie. 


40 


xvilL7. 


4d 


iL22.22. 


4e c 


XV. 5. 


4b 


Num. xxvii. SL 


4a 


iiL5. 


40 


xviiLlS. 


4c 


Deut. It. 82. 


40 


iii 10, 11. 11, 


11. 11. 


xxulSS. 


. 4d 


▼120. 


4d 


11.18. 


4a 


XXX. 6. 


4 


xiii.14. 


4a 


X.18. 


4a 


xxxvi.l7. 


4a 


xxxii 7. 


4 


xiv. 6. 


8 


xxxviLl7. 


4d 


Josh. iv. 6, 21. 


4d 


2KingsiL9. 


4c 


xxxviu.14. 


4 e 


ix.14. 


4a 


4b 


xxxviiL27. 


4d 


XV. 18. 


4b 


^e. 


4d 


xlviiilO. 


40 


xix.60. 


4a 


lChPon.x.18. 


4b 


L6. 


4d 


Judr.iL 


4d 


2 Chron. i. 7. 


40 


Lam. iv. 4. 


4a 


4b 


L 11, 11, 11. 


4aad 


Dan.iL10. 


4 i 


V.25. 


4a 


ix.12. 


4a 


vi.7,12. 


1 


vi.2». 


2b 


XX. 4. 


2 a 


vii.l6. 


1 


xiite. 


4a 


Ezra V. 9. 10. 


4 i 


Ho8.iv.12. 


4d 


xiii.18. 


4d 


Neh.L2. 


4d 


Mic.vii.S. 


4e 


XTiiiS. 


4c 


JobxiL7. 


4 c 


^I'i: 


4c 


xx.18.2S. 


4d 


xxi.29. 


4a 


40 


1 Sam. 1.17,20,27. 


4a 


P8.ii8. 


4o 







A8F. 
pia see Adder. Deut. xxxii. 33 : Job xx. 14, 16 : Isa. zL 8. 

A88. 

1 \ST\H /. an ass, so called from its slow gait ; or more probably 

from its strength and patience. 

2 "lltDH «i. an ass, so called from its reddish colour, being that of 

the wild ass, and often of the domestic ass. Bryant 
remarks (Obsenrationsi p. 61), that a great part of the 
wealth of the inhabitants of the East often consisted of 
she-assee, the males being few, and not held in equal 
estimation. 

5 l^P m. a young ass, an ass colt; the wild ass colt: it is applied 

also to the animal when grown, so as to be used for 
riding and bearing burdens. * D^'^.^S^^ f^ 
4 ^Slif m. the wild ass; the mere Aramean name for H^^. 
• ■»?» Ch. m. id. 

6 tOfi com. the wild ass, now chiefly found in Tartary, under the 

name of Kulan, 



Gen.xii.16.16w 2.1 

xxxiLlS. 1 

xiv. 28. 2S. 2» 1 

xlix.ll. 1 

Num. xxii. 21. 22, 2S. 

28, 2S. 25. 27. 27. 

28. 29, SO. SO. 32, 

SS. 1 

Jndg.v.lO. 1 

X.4. 8 

xiL14. S 











Gen. xlix. 6. 


11 f 


No. 2 not included. 




Exod. xii 6. 


11 f 








xvi.8. 


11 f 


lSam.ix.8,8.5.20. 




Ps.civ.ll. 




xxxviii.8,8. 


9ba 


X. 2. 2,14,16. 




Isa. XXX. 6. '3 


8a 


Lev. iv. 18. 


11 f 


2 Kings iv. 22, 24 




XXX. 6. 




viii.4. 


4d 


1 Chron. xxviL 80. 




XXX. 24. 




xxiii. 86. 


8b 


Job L 8,14. 




xxxiLl4. 




Num. i. 18. 


lid 


vi6. 




Jer. u. 24 




viii.9. 


4d 


xi.12. 




xiv. 6. 




X.2. 


4d 


xxiv.B. 




Dan. V. 21. 


4a 


x.S,8. 


4da 




6^4 


H08. viiL 9. 




xiv. 6. 


11 f 


JobxliLli. 




Zech.ix.9,9. 


2.1 


xvi.2. 
ZX.6. 


4d 
U f 



ASSAULT. 
^^V to press upon, to urge, to assail. Kal part. PoeL Esth. 
viii. 1 1, lit. assailants, t. e. persecutors. 

ASSAY. 

/KJ to will ; to undertake, to venture, to begin. "EiBBiLfut. 
I Sam. xrii. 39. 

PIDJ in Piel, to try, prove ; to make trial, to attempt. PlEL 
prtt. Deut. iv. 34 : Job iv. 2. 

ASSEMBIiB. 

1 HDtJ to gather; to gather together. KAL^prd. ^inf. ^imp. 
^fut. NiPHAL'pref. Ump. tfut, »» n^BDt^ /. pi. 
assemblies, especially of learned and wise men dis- 
cussing divine things. — Geseniua. 

9 l\d to gather themselves together ; of those who assemble to 
supplicate idols for the fertility of their fields. Hith- 

POLKL/tU. 

8 PPJ see Cry; to gather, i. e. to call men together by procla- 

mation, for help in time of danger, or in order to resist 
or fall upon an enemy. Niphal *fut. HiPHiL ^ imf. 
« imp. 

4 *7PJ to appoint ; Niph., to assemble together by appointment 

or agreement. Niphal •^pret. ^part. « IJ^D m. 
congregation, assembly; place of assembly; solemn 
assembly. «» ^7? /. an appointed meeting. 
6 3^D m. a sitting down, an assembly of persons. 

6 11D m. consessus, divan, circle of persons sitting together ; % 

secret assembly. 

7 fi^y to assemble. Kal imp. Lxx. ffwoBpolCiffBt, perhaps to 

hasten together. 

5 ^^ to restrain ; to close ; to be gathered together. • *^y^^ /• 

a solemn assembly, or day of restraint, when people, 
restrained from the conmion business of life, assembled 
together for the duties of religion. Some think there is 
reference to the concluding assembly of great festivals. 
See Solemn. *> n^ss; /. id. 

9 K3V to attend on duty, in a regular, ordered manner, as sol- 

diers on service ; to assemble by troops. Sjll *pret. 
^part. PoeL 

Y^p to gather together persons or things. Kal * inf. ^ imp, 
Niphal « pret. «* imp. 

7np to assemble together in a great body, either upon a civil 
or religious account. Niphal »prrf. ^fut. ^ part. 
HiPHiL ^pret. *fut. ' bnj m. an assembly, congrega- 
tion, particularly of the Israelitish people. fTiSripfid, 

12 tOi?9 ^"^ '^ Convocation. 

13 ^T] Ch. to run together in a tumult. Aphxl pret. 



10 



11 



Num. XX. 8. 


4d 


xxix. 85. 


8b 


Deut. V. 22. 


11 f 


ix.lO. 


11 f 


X.4. 


11 f 


xvi.8. 


8b 


xvui.l6. 


11 f 


Jo8h.xviii.l. 


lib 


Judg. X. 17. 


iM 


^.2. 


xxi.8. 


11 f 


lSam.ii.22. 


8b 


xiv. 20. 


8a 


xvii.47. 


U f 



2 Sam. XX. 4. 
XX. 6. 

1 Kings viii. 1. 
viii. 2. 

viii. 5. 
xii. 21. 

2 Kings X. 20. 

1 Chron. xv. 4. 
xxviii.l. 

2 Chron. v. 2. 
V. 8. 

V.6. 
vii.9. 
XX. 26. 



80 

8b 

lie 

lib 

4b 

11 e 

8a 

Id 

lie 

He 

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4b 

8b 

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2Clhron.xzx.18. 


19 


I8a.xtl2. 


xxz. 2S. 


11 f 


xlui. 9. 


Bsmix.4. 


Ig 


xlv.20. 


x.l. 


10 


xlviu.14. 


Neh.v.7. 


M 


Jer. iv. B. 


vm.l8. 


ri.ll. 


ix.l. 


1 e 


viii.l4 


E8th.ix.l8. 


11a 


ix.2. 


Pi. xxii. le. 


4d 


xii.9. 


xlviii. 4. 


4 a 


IV. 17. 


Uxxvi.l4. 


4d 


xxi.4. 


lxxxix-7. 


6 


XXVL17. 


cviL82. 


6 


1.0. 


cxil. 


6 


Lam. LIS. 


Prov.v.14. 


4d 


iLa 


Eocle8.xiLll. 


Ih 


Esek.xi.17. 


l8a.Ll3. 


12 


xiii.9. 


lv.6. 


12 





la 

10 d 

10 d 
1 f 

6 
1 f 
8b 
1 

6 
la 

11 f 
11 f 

40 

40 

la 

6 



ASSENT. 
n& m. mouth : 2 Chron. xviii. i7, lit. with one month. 

ASSIGN. 
}ri3 to gire. KAJjprtt. Josh. xx. 8. fiU, a Sam. xi. i6. 

ASSOCIATE. 

yjn the primary meaning of this verb is supposed to be, to 
tumultuate, to rage ; and the rendering which best suits 
the connection in which it is used, is tumultuously to 
confederate. Kal imp. Isa. viii. 9. 



Ezek.xx1ii.24. 


11 f 




4a 


xxzviii. 7. 


lie 


Deut. xxviii. 28. 


6b 


xxxix. 17. 


10 d 


XX viii 37. 


4 1 


xliT. 24^ 


4c 


1 Kings ix. 8, 


40 


Dan. vi. 6, 11, 15. 


13 


2 Chron. vii 2L 


4c 


ii.lO. 


la 


xiix.8. 


4 I 


Hos. vii. 14. 


2 


Ezra ix. 3, 4. 


4e 


Joel i. 14. 


8a 


Jobxvii.8. 


40 


ii.l5. 


8 a 


xviii 20. 


4d 


ii.ie. 


10 b 


xxi.6. 


4g 


iU. 11. 


7 


xxvill. 


ea 


Amos UL 9. 


1 f 


Ps. Ix. 3. 


2 


V.21. 


8b 


I8a.liil4w 


4a 


MiciilB. 


Ibd 


Jer.iil2. 


4b 


iv.fi. 


Id 






Zeph.iiL8. 


10 a 






m.18. 


40 







ASSUAGE. 
T\^T\ to hold back, to restrain. Kal fvi. Job xvi. 5. 
fut. Job xvi. 6. 

7\y^ to settle down, subside. ELal/W. Gen. viii i. 



NiFHAL 



ASSI7BE, ASSUBANCE. 

IPK to be firm, secure ; true, faithful. HiFHiL fvt. Dent, 
xxviii. 66. noH /. truth, faithfuhiess : Jer. xiv. 13, lU. 
of truth ; Jer. xxxii. 41. 
nD3 m. confidence, security. Isa. xxxiL 17. 
D^P to rise, to be sure. See Swrt. T^at. prti, 
* Assuredly* is sometimes used as the tnmwlationofthe hit intensitire. 

ASTONISHED, ASTOITIED. 
DiTl found only in Niphal, part. Jer. xiv. 9, as one taken 
by surprise, perplexed, and astonished by a sudden 
calamity, 
n^jnri /. trembling, horror ; or giddiness, intoxication. 
C^aK' Ch. to perplex, disturb, trouble. Ithpael paH. 
DDtS^ the primary idea in this word is thought to be that 
of silence, to be dumb ; and so to be astonished, 
amazed, affirighted ; see also Duolaie, Kal *pret. 
^imp. ^fut. Niphal «»prc<. Polbl •j)ar<. Hiphil 
*part. HoPHAL Simp. Hithpolel ^fut. Dp«) Ch. 
Ithpolel »/u<. * ]^D)j«J m. astonishment, ^rt^xbf.id. 
astonishment, object of astonishment ; often joined 
with n5"itJ hissing, derision. ™ npipp /. id. 

rnn Ch. to be astonished, terrified, to tremble from fear. 

P*AL pret, 
ntDD to wonder, to be struck with fear and amazement, to 
be in consternation. Kal •/**<• ^'l^^P'? m, tear, 

tMTOr. 



Jer.iv.ft. 

viii 21, 
xiv. 9. 
xviii 16b 
xix.8. 

XXV. 9. 11, 18. 
xxix. 18. 
xlii 18. 
xliv. 12» 22. 
xlix. 17. 
L13. 
li 37, 41. 
BMk.iiil5. 



A8TBOI1OGEB. 

1 ^^H m. enchanter, magician. » f]"^^ Ch. id, 

8 inn to cut out, to divide : to divide the heavens for astro- 

- T 

logical observations. Kal part, Poel. 
3 D^tS^ m. pi, the heavens ; astrologers, lit. viewers of the heavens. 





Bsek.iv.16. 


4k 




iv.l7. 


4 d 




V.16. 


4m 




xiil9. 


4 k 




xxiiiSS. 


4 1 




xxvil6. 


4 a 




xxvii3S. 


4 a 




xxviii 19. 


4 a 




Dan.iii24. 


6 




iv.19. 


4 i 




V.9. 


3 




viii 27. 


4 h 




Zech.zii4 


eb 



Isa. xlvii 18. 
Dan. i 20. 



%3lDan.ii2. 

1 1 ii 10, 27. 



1 1 Dan. iv. 7. 
la| v.7,11,15. 



la 
la 



AStTNDEB. 
(See the verb with which it is oonnected.) 

ASUPPIM. 

D^BpK m, pi. stores, with or without n^}, storehouse ; an ^Mut- 
ment of the outer temple towards the south : I Chron. 
xxvi. 15, marg. gatherings, 17. 

AT Alili, AT OE-OE. 

'in^ m. see Together. Hos. zi. 7 : Ps. Ixxiv. 6 : Isa. xlii. 14. 
' At all' also frequently occurs as the translation of the infl intenaltive. 

ATONEMENT. 
1D3 to cover, to cover sin, or to secure the sinner from gnili 
and punishment; to atone for an ofienoe, §eq. ace., 
^¥> "^P}} And |tp ; for an offender, ieq. *>i of pert. '^7} and 
9. This word conveys the idea both of paoifioation of 
wrath, and of the covering of transgression, but does 
not seem to express of itself the idea of full and adequate 
satisfaction for sin. PlEL ^pret. ^inf, *imp, ^fui, 
Pdal •prti, 'CiB? m. pi. redemptions. 



Exod. xxix. 83. 


e 


Lev.xii.7,8. 


a 


Num. vi 11. 




xxix. 86, 86. 


fb 


xiv. 18, 19. 20, 81. 68. a 


viii 12. 19. 




xxix. 37. 


d 


xiv. 21, 29. 


b 


viii 21. 




XXX. 10. 10, 10. 


afd 


XV. 16, 80. 


a 


XV. 26. 




XXX. 16. 


b 


xvi 6. 11, 16. 18. 24k 


XV. 28, 28. 


ab 


XXX. 16, 16. 


fb 


32. 


a 


xvi 46. 




xxxii. 30. 


d 


xvi 10. 27. 34. 


b 


xvi. 47. 




Lev. I. 4. 


b 


xvi. 17, 17. 


ba 


XXV. 13. 




iv. 20, 28, 31. 85. 


a 


xvi. 30. 


d 


xxviii. 22^ 80. 




V. 6, 10, 18. 18. 


a 


xvi 33, 33, 88. 


add 


xxix. 5. 




v.16. 


d 


xvii. 11. 11. 


bd 


xxix. 11. 




vi7. 


a 


xix.22. 


a 


XX xi 60. 




vii 7. 


d 


xiiiL27. 


f 


2 Sam. xxi 8. 




viii 84. 


b 


xxiii 28, 28. 


fb 


1 Chron. vi 40. 




ix.7.7. 


c 


XXV. 9. 


f 


2 Chron. xxix. 24. 




X.17. 


b 


Num. V. 8, 8. 


fd 


Neh.x.83. 





ATTAIN. 

Kin to come, with 19 or ^H to reach, to be equal to any one. 

KALpref. 3 Sam. xxiii. 19, 23 : i Chron. xi. 31, 25. 
7b^ see Able; to prevail, to attain, to accomplish, $eq, V^ 

and ace. KALftU. Ps. oxxxix. 6 : Hos. viiL 5. 



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ita to reacb, to extend to. HlFinii prei. Gren. xlvil 9 ; inf. 

Esek. xItL 7. 
n^p to get, gain, aoquiie. Kal fvi, Prov. i. 3. 

ATTBITD, ATTENT. ATTENTIVE, ATTBITDAITOE. 

1 pil to understand, to consider. HuHPOLBL/ttt. 

2 HDJifD m. attendance. 

a 2C^ to give attention, to be attentive. Hiphil, joined with 
^3^^, to incline one's ear attentively. Hiphil •pref. 
*> imp, ^ 3^1^ <idj, attent, attentive. <* 3l^p adj, id* ^ 

4 }!p\fi to hear. KaIi inf. attentively; lit. in hearing. 
To appoint to attend; see Appoimt. 



lKing8x.6. 
2 Chron. vi 46i 

viLl5. 

lx.4w 
Keh. L 6. 11. 
JobzzziLl2. 



2 


JobxKvii2; 


4 


Fa.cxxx.2. 


80 


Ps. xviL 1. 


8b 


ozliLe. 


8c 


lv.2. 


8b 


Prov. iv. 1.20. 


2 


IxLl. 


8b 


v.l. 


80I 


Ixvi. 19. 


8a 


vii24. 


1 


IxMvie. 


8b 





80 

8b 
8b 

1^ 



ATTIBE. 
t)^V to wrap round. Kal fui. Lev. zvi 4. 
D^?^ m. pi. a girdle worn by women, Jer. ii. 32* 
tV*^ »> something put on, dress, Prov. vii 10. 
See also 2>K- 

AITDIENCE. 

}tk m. the ear; * in the audience;* lit. in the ears: (Jen. 
xxiii. 10, 13, i6 : Exod. xxiv. 7 : i Sam. xxv. 24 : I Chron. 
zxviil. 8 : Neh. xiii. i. 

AUaMEITT. 
riBD to- add, to add to, seq. ^? . Kal m^. Num. xzzii. 14* 

AUNT. 
THH /. other's sister ; also, an uncle's wife : Lev. zviii. 14* 

ATTTHOBITT. 

n!n to multiply, increase, to be in authority. Kal inf, Prov. 

zxix. 2, 
f\ph M, might, power, authority : Esth. ix. 29. 

AVAIIi. 
TVWSf to be even, to be equal, to be sufficient as an equivalent. 
KALpaH. Poel., Esth. v. 13. 



m 



AVEN. 
m. nothingness, vanity, specially of idols) and of eveiy- 
thing pertaining to idolatry. Hence, in Hos. x. 5, 8, 
the city ^tf*n*a house of Grod, as being given to idol- 
atry, is scornfully called ]^,«*n*3 house of vanity, i.e. of 
idols; Ezek. xxx. 17, marg. or, Heliopolis ; Hos. iv. 15, 
or, house of iniquity, v. 8 ; x. 5, 8 : Amos i. 5. The 
site of Beth-el is now called Bet-een, very probably a 
contraction of Beth-aven. 



AVENGE. 
b^B see Redeem; m^. D^ to redeem blood,, to avenge blood- 
shed. KALjpoH. PoeL 



2 yi^ to save. HiPHiL inf., Ut. from saving thyself 
8 &pj to revenge, to ta^e vengeance ; with ace* of person or 
thing avenged ; the person of or from whom vengeance 
ia taken is put with )p, riHDj ^, and aec. Niph., to 
avenge oneself, to be avenged, seq, } of person on whom 
vengeance is taken ; seq. IP in the same sense ; uom^ 
times $eq, dupl. ]0 of person from whoiji and of the 
thing for which vengeance is taken. The word seems 
always to imply great rage and fury, as of one seeking 
i^evenge. Kal *pret: »» imp* ^fut. ^part, Poel. Niphal 
fpret. Hnf. tfut. Piel ^pret. Hophal ^fut. Hith- 
PAKL */«<. ^part. "D^J «k vengeance, "rrpj^: /. id. 
These two nouns often joined with the verb for em- 
phasis, as below. 
4 tO^ to give. Kal *inf. ^fut. ^part. PoeK 

6 ^i?E3 to visit, to punish. Kal pret. 

d inQ to set firee, to make loose, to deliver ^m oppression, &c. ; 
to avenge. Kal • mf. »> n^r^B m. Judg. v. 2, lit. for 
avenging the avenges of. 

7 DfiS^ to judge ; seq. "f^Q to set free, to deliver from the hand 

of. Kal pret. 

Geniv.24u 8 i 

Lev. xiz. 18. 8 

xxvi. 25. 8 d 

Num. xxxL 2. a 8 b n 

xxxi.8./i 4a»3n 

XXXV. 12. 1 

Deut. xix. 6, 11 1 

xxxii.43. 8 c 

Josh. X. 18. 8 c 

XX. 8, 6, 9. 1 

a lit. avenge the vengeance of. 
be avenced the veoffeanoe. 



Judg.v.2L 


e ab 


«Kingsix.7. 


8h 


XV. 7. 


8 e 


Esth. viii. 13. 


8 f 


l£mf^?.24. 


»n 


Ps. viii 2. 
xviiL 47. 


8 1 
4c,Sn 


iTiii.25. 


8 f 


xliv. le. 


8 1 


xxiv. 12. 


8 a 


Iaa.i.24 


If 


xxv. 26, 81, 88. 2 


Jer.v.e.2fc 


2 Sam. iv. 8.8 


4^b, 8n 


ii.9. 


8k 


xviii.l9.4».= 


7 


xlvi.lO. 


8 f 


xxiLiS.. 


4c 8 n 


Hos.i4. 


5 



fi lit. give the vengeance of. y Ut. may 
I lit'jhalQi given avengements tOw 



AVE B BE. 
21Xf to turn ; eeq. p to turn from, as averse to it. Kal pari. 
Paul, Mic. ii. 8. 

AVOID. 

aaO to turn about, to turn aside. Niphal /«/. i Sam. xvSL 11. 
IHB to set free; to refuse, rejeot. Kal imp. Prov, iv. 15. 

Avoua;H. 

^pK to say, &c. ; Hiphil, to make to say, to declare solemnly, 

tn nmmiaA r inr*±. Dfiut. xxvi. 1*7. l8. 



to promise : pret. Deut. xxvi. 17, 18. 



AWAKE. 

Y^ to awake, to awake or rouse up to action. Kal fut. 

"l^y to awake out of sleep or inactivity ; to excite to action or 
attention ; to keep the heart awake or ready for action. 
Kal ^imp. Polel ^fut. Hiphil «/«!. Hithpolel 
* imp. 

^^y m. this word is supposed to mean anger, wrath, and in 
Ps. Ixxiii. 10 f may be rendered 'with wrath;' but ac- 
cording to Geeenius, T»^ stands for v»na, Hiphil inf., 
from n^r. Hengptenbeyg however rejects this, and 
renders it ' in the pity ;' as also Cocceius, ' in the city,* 
t. e. 'in the church their image wilt ,thou despise.* 



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4 y^p to awake out of sleep ; applied to the awakening out of 



the sleep of death. HiPHiL •prct. ^inf. ^'imp. 


^fiU. 


•part. 










Gen.iz.S4. 




Fb.zxzt.23. 


40 


Oant iT. 16. 


2a 


zxviiiia. 




xliv.2S. 


2a 


viu.4. 


2b 


xli4,7,21. 




lvii.8,8.8. 


2aa 


l8a.ixTi.18. 


40 


"StliJIo'*^^ 


2a 


lix.4. 
liz.6. 


2a 

40 


xxix. 8. 8. 
li. 9, 9, 9. 


4a 
2a 




4e 


IxiiiL 20. 20, 


4b, 8 


IL 17, 17. 


2d 


1 Kinn iii. 16. 
xviE27. 




lixvm.65. 


1 


liLl,l. 


2a 




cviu.2,2. 


2a,2c 


Jer. xxxi. 26. 


4a 


2Kin«iT.81. 
JobvuLB. 


4a 


cxxzix.18. 


4a 


Dan.xiL2. 


4d 


2o 


Prov. vi. 22. 


4a 


Joel L 6. 


4c 


xiy.ia. 


4d 


xxiiLSS. 


4d 


Hab.ii7. 


1 


PikiiLS. 


4a 


Oant. ii 7. 


2b 


U.19. 


4o 


viie. 


2a 


iii 6. 


2b 


Zech.ziiL7. 


2a 


zviilS. 


4b 











AWABB. 
jn^ to know. KALpret. Cant. vi. la : Jer. 1. 24, 

AWAY. 

Tp/1 com. a way : i Sam. zxiv. 19, lit. in a good way, 

te^ to be able, to endure. Kal ftU, Isa. L 13, " I cannot 

away with." 
■51^ to walk, to go, to depart. Kal Unp. Ezod. xix. 14. 
12V to pass over. HiFHiL imp. 2 Chron. xxxv. 23, *' Have me 

away." 

% 
AWE. 

n^ see Afraid, Fear. Kal/uL Pb. xzxiii. 8, " stand in awe." 
IHB to fear. KALpra. Ps. cxix. 161, "standeth in awe." 
Tp to be disturbed, to be moTed (with anger). Kal imp. Ps. 
iv. 4, " Stand in awe ;" Lxi. bpylCtoBf, Eph. iv. 26. 

AWIu 
jnnD m. awl to bore with : Exod. xxi. 6 : Deut. xv. 17. 

AXE. AX-HEAD. 
tH? iron, ax-head : 2 Kings vi. 5, lit, iron, 
rnt^D /. an axe : 2 Sam. xii. 31. 

jna m. an axe: Deut. xix. 5 ; xx. 19 : iKingsvi. 7: Isa. x. 15. 
Tr\yO f. a Baw or axe : i Chron. xx. 3. 
Dnn /. sword, knife, mattock, &c. : Ezek. xxvi.9. 
T^S^ m. an axe, a maul, or great hammer : Ps. Ixxiv. 6. 
^VJl^ m. an axe or hatchet : Jer. x. 3. 

DV^I? m. an axe : Judg. ix. 48 : i Sam. xiiL 20, ai : Ps. Ixxiv. 5 : 
Jer. xlvi. 22. 

AXI.ETBEE. 
T com, hand; things resembling hands : i Kings vii. 32, 33. 

BAAIiI. 

7^3 i». master, owner, lord : Hos. ii. 16, lit. my lord. 

BABBIiE. 

7^21 m. master : Eccles. x. 11, lit. master of the tongue. 
\W^ com. tongue : Eccles. x. 1 1. 

rpfc' w. meditation ; complaint ; melancholy reflections : Prov. 
xziii. 29. It is doubtful whether in this passage the 



word should be taken of that meditation which after 
intoxication roTiews past folly; or of that idle and 
pitiful babbling to which the drunkard is liable. Coe- 
ceius takes the former meaning, Yatablus the latter. 
See Geier. 

BABE. 
"ip m. a young man ; an in&nt, a child : Exod. iL 6. 

^V m. a sucking child : Ps. viii. 2 ; xvii 14. D»)^^jJCi in. pL 
Isa. iii. 4, lit. children. 

BACA. 

t03 m. mulbjerry-tree : Ps. Ixxxiv. 6, fMLvg. mulbeny-trees. 

BACK, BACKSIDE, BACKWABD. 

1 "IHK frequently used as a preposition, behind, after ; in Ezod. 
iii. I, used of the interior of the desert ; Vvlg. ad Mite- 
riora deserti, i.e. a great way into the desert; the 
further part from Egypt or Palestine. » i^TTH m. back, 
back parts, backward ; as applied to the divine vision, in 
Exod. xxxiii. 23, it is understood of God's manifest and 
visible works ; or it may imply the imperfect vision of 
Crod, which alone can be vouchsafed to us. *> ri*3lhij adv. 
backward. 

8 3| m. any part which rises above the rest ; a bunch on the 
back ; the back of animals. *3| m. Ch. id. 

8 1| m. the body, back ; ' to cast behind the back' is to forget or 
disregard, to forgive Bin. » IJ m. id. . 

4 nKpH adv. implies distance both of time and space. 

6 (j'lV m. neck ; m^xrg. the hinder part of the neck. 

6 DIIK^ m. see Shoulder, 

Gen. ix. 28, 28. 

xix. 9. 

xlix. 17. 
Exod. iiL 1. 

xxiii. 27. 

xxTi. 12. 

xxxiiL2S. 
Josh. Til. 8. 

vii. 12. 

1 Sam. iT. 18. 
X.9. 

2 Sam. i. 22. 

1 Kin^a xiT. 9. 
xviiL 87. 

2 Kings ii. 24. 
XX. 10. 11. 

2 Chron. xxix. 6. 
Neh. ix. 26. 
JobxxiiL8. 

BACKBITE. 
nnp m. a hiding, something hidden, or to be secretly com- 
municated ; secret caJimmy : Prov. xxv. 23, see marg. 
{comp. Judg. iii. 19 : Deut. xiii. 6 : Ps. cL 5). 
^yi to run about as a talebearer, to calumniate. Kal preL 
Ps. XV. 3. 

BACKBONE. 
nyy m. the chine, spine, backbone : Lev. iii. 9. 

BACKSLIDE. 

1 ^^D to go off from, to draw back. Kal part, Patil, of (me 
who departs from God in heart. 





FB.ix.8. 


la 


l8a.LS. 






xxi. 12. 


6 


1.8. 






XXXT. 4. 


la 


lix.14. 






xLl4. 


la 


Jer.ii.27. 






xUt. 10. 18. 


la 


TiL24. 






lTi9. 


la 


XT. 6. 






Ixx. 2. 


la 


XTiiL17. 






cxiT. 8, 6. 


la 


xxxii. 88. 






cxxix. 8. 


2 


xxxTiii2a. 






oxxix. 6. 


la 


XlTi.fii. 






Ptot. X. IS. 


8a 


xlTiiL89. 






xix. 29. 


8a 


Lorn. i. 8. 18. 






xxTi8. 


8a 


ii.a. 






l8a.L4. 


la 


EsekTiiiie. 






xxTiil 18. 


la 


X.12. 






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8 I Jer. zlix. 4 
8 Ho8. iv. 10. 

8 XL 7. 
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2 


xxxi.24ka». 2 


xiiv.18. 


2 


zlLld. 2a 


2Sam.xiii.22. 


2 


LefT.xxvii. 10. 1(^.12. 


xiv.17. 


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2 *\'^b to act like a refractoiy nnferacfcable lieifer, that tnrneth 

backwards or sideways, and cannot be made to go 
forward and draw regularly in the plough or wagon. 
KALjMJrt, PoeL 

3 ni^fi^/. a turning away ; apostasy. * I^S'd iidj. rebellious, back- 

sliding, ^an^v) adj. id. 

ProT.xiv.14. 1 Jer.v.6. 

Jer. ii 19. 8 viiL 9. 

m. 6, 8, 11, 12. 8 xiv. 7. 

ilL 14. 8 a zxzi. 22. 

iii.22,22. 8a,8 I 

BAD. 

1 B^K3 Ch. ac^j, bad, having respect to disposition. 

2 }n adj. bad, evil, worthless. ^V^ m. badness, bad quality. 

1 Kings iii 9. 2 

Esra IV. 12. 1 

Jer. xxiv . 2. 2 a 

LO. KK 12> ziT. 17. 2 

14,88. 

BADGBB. 

I^nri HI. the various and very different interpretations of this 
word render the true meaning very uncertain ; but this 
at least is generally admitted, that the badger is not 
the animal intended by the Hebrew. A writer in the 
Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature gives it as his opinion, 
that the term designates some animal of the antelope 
family, whose skin is of a slaty or purple-gray colour, 
used for boots : Ezek. xvi. lo. Ancient interpreters and 
Boohart suppose the term to imply only the colour of 
the outer covering of the aric, &c. Gesenius^s Thesaurus 
does not agree to this. Exod. xzv. 5 ; zzvi. 14 ; zxxv. 7, 
93 ; zzxvi. 19 ; zzxiz. 34: Num. iv. 6, 8, 10, 11, 1 a, 14, 
35 : Ezek. xvi. 10. 

BAG. 

D^^nn m. pi. casket, pocket, purse ; Gesenius loctdi. 2 Kings v. 3. 
D^3 m. a bag for money or weights. See Cup. Deut. xxv. 13 : 

. Prov. xvi. 1 1 : Isa. xlvi 6 : Mic vi. 1 1 . 
^p^ m. a general name for vessels, &o. : i Sam. xviL 40, 49. 
I^V to bind, to bind up in bags. KALfut. 2 Kings xii. 10. 
iSyi m. a bundle, purse. Job xiv. 1 7 : Prov. vii. 20 : Hag, L 6. 

BAKE. 

1 nSK to bake in the oven, or on the hearth. Kal *pret, ^ imp. 

ofut. ^part.Toel. Niphal '/u^' 'HDijo m. a baking. 
f D'rDFi m. pi. baken (pieces). 

2 7^7i to be cooked ; Piel, to cook, to bake. Pibl » pret. ^fut. 

8 y^ to bake cakes #f bread on a gridiron, and sometimes upon 

coals. Kal fut. Ezek. iv. la, dung dried was the fuel 

to be put under the gridiron. 
4 T\y) to bake. Gesenius and others, to mingle, to dip (as bread 

in oil). Ftirst, beiie pa/ra/re jusctdo oonfrictwik intrUumque 

pamtm. Hophal pcurt. 
^)P ^'^ "^ Cool; "baken on the coals. ** 



Gen.xix.8. 

xl.l,2.6,lQ,17.a 

xL20,22. 

xli.lO. 
Bxod. xii 89. 

xvi. 28. 28. 
Iiev.ii.4L 

vi.17. 



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vii. 9. 

xxiii. 17. 

xxiv. 6. 

xivi26. 
Num. xi.8. 
1 Sam. viii 18. 

xxYiii24. 

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2Sam.xiii8. 


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1 Kings xix.e. 
Isa. xRv. 16, 19. 


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xlvi. 20. 


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E«ek.xlv.lO. 


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Pan. V. 27. 


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Ho8.xiL7. 


1 




xlvi. 6. 




AmosviiLS. 


1 




Jer.xxxii.lO. 




MicvLlL 


1 




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BAIiAHOB. 

1 D^Mtto dml, balances, a balance. * y.iy^r^ Ch. id. 

2 kv£)p m. a poising, balancing (of the clouds). 

8 nj^ HI. a reed ; rod or beam of a balance, including also the 
Keufdof of the balance, derived from na^ to set upright. 

Iiev.xix.86. 
Job vi. 2. 

xxxi. 6. 

xxxvii.16. 
Ps. Ldi. 9. 
Prov.xi.1. 

BAI.D. 

1 nSB odj. one whose forehead is bald ; opp. DD^ ImJ^ behind. 

* rin^i /. bald forehead. 

2 rnp to make smooth, to shave, make baldness. Kal * imp. 

^fut. NiPHAL ^fut. HiPHiL ^pret. <made bald bald- 
ness.' Hophal « poH. ' xr\p_ m, one that has baldness 
on the hinder part of his head, s ^^^Z /* baldness. 
^ rinn^/. baldness, bald spot. 

2 f 



Lev.xiiL40. 


2f 


xiiL41. 


1 


xiii. 4^ 42^ 42^ 




42. 


2h,la 


xiiL48,48. 


'ir. 


xxi.8. 


Deut. xiv. 1. 


2B 



2 Kings iL 23, 28. 

XV. 2. 

xxiil2. 

Jer. xvi. 6L 

xlviL6. 



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Jer. xlviiL 87. 


8s. 


EMk.viL18. 


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xxviL81. 


8dg 


xxix.18. 


2e 


Amos ViiL 10. 


2g 


Micil6,ia. 


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BAIiIo 
"1VH m. anything round, a ball : Isa. xxii. 18. 

BAIiM. 

^^ m. the gum of the balsam-bush, a production o£ Gilead of 
great medicinal virtue : Gen. xxxvii. 25 ; xliii. 1 1 : Jer. viii 
22; xlvL 11; IL 8: Ezek. xxvii 17, marg. or, rosin. 

BAMAH, BAMOTH. 
ntD3 /. high place : Josh, xiii 17: Ezek. xx. 39. 

BAND. 

1 "IpK to bind, to put in bands. Kal ^fut. ^ '^^VH m, a band, 

bond. '^^DV{ Ch.m.id. ^ *tp^o m. bonds, fetters. 

2 /3n to bind, as with a cord. Kal paH. PoeL 

8 n)3)nn /. pi. bands tightly drawn ; pains, pangs, torments. 

4 ntO'lD /. pole, stafl^ bar, for bearing ; yoke, bars bound to the 
collar. 

6 ntoB^D /. pi. the drawing-bands of Orion, figuratively repre- 
sented as binding up the earth and vegetation by the 
rigours of winter. Others think there is an allusion 
to the belt of Orion; but the former is the more 
general interpretation, as making a striking contrast 
between the two constellations, and effects produced 
' by them : Job xxxviii. 3i,i.e. Canst thou bind up the 
spring, or loosen the rigour of winter ! 

6 nig com. wreathen cords, &c. 

7 HDb^ /. a lip) a border, a band. 

Exod. xzdx. 28. 
Lev. xxvi. 18. 
Judg. XV. 14. 
2 Kmgs xxiii. 88. 
Job xxxviii 81. 
xxxix. 6. 
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lxxiii.4. 

ovii.l4 
Ecoles.vii. 26. 
Isa. xxviii22. 

Iii. 2. 

Iviii6. 

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£sek.iii25. 




iv.8. 




xxxiv.27. 




Dan. iv. 16, 28. 


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Hoe.xi4. 




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BAND, (i* •• OOMPANT.) 

1 ^K m. tbe idng of an anny ; aod in th« plural th* several oorpf 

of which an anny consUts. 
8 *in3 m. see Troop. 
8 /!Sn m. see Compofliyy, 
4 ^n m. strength, valour in war, forces, an anny; 'band of 

men, of soldiers.' 

6 Pfn to divide, to go forth by bands, ». e. in divisions. Kal 

part, Poel. 
e njnp com. a host or company of men encamping. 

7 ^h m. head ; captain, company, multitude, host, particularly 

of Warriors. 



Gen.xxTii.7,10. 


6 


lChron.viL4. 


2 


Ps. ciix. 61. 8 


18am. X. 26. 


4 


xiL18.21. 




Prov. txx. V* 6 


2 Sam. iv. 2. 


2 


xii.23. 




Ezek. xiL 14. 1 


1 Kings xL 24 


2 


20hron.zTii.l. 




xvii.21. 1 


8King8TL23. 


1 


xxvi.ll. 




zxzviii.6»6»9.28. 1 


adlL 20, 21. 


Bzniyiii.23. 




xzjdz.4. 1 


%jaf.%t,t,l. 


2 


Job L 17. 







DANISH. 
rn^ to cast out. KiPHAL part., a Sam. ziv. 13, 14. 
D'^n^D m. ph ''causes of banishment,** Lam. ii 14. 
^IfhB? f P) o' ^^?^ C^) Ch. /. a rooting out, or, metopi. a 
banishment : Ezra vii. 26, comp, x. 8. 

fiAN^ 

1 ma /. banks of a river, so called as cut away and torn by the 

stream. • nnj ('a) ^ implying a great overflow. 

2 n^TO /. a bank east up, a military mound or bank thrown up in 

besieging a city. 
8 nSfc^ /. lip^ border, bank. 



Gen.zli.l7. 




Josh.xiii.Sll6. 




Deut. iv. 48. 




8 Sam. XX. 16. 




Jo8h.iiLl6. 




2 Kings iL 18. 




iv.l8. 




xix.S2. 




ziL8. 




lChron.xii.l6. 


1.1a 



l8a.viii.7. 

xxxTiL88. 
E«)k.xlni.7,li. 
])an.ziL6,6. 



BANNBB. 
7X1 to set up banners, which are oonspiouous and may be seen 
afar off; some think the idea of exultation and triumph is 
implied. Kal fut., Ps. xx. 5. Niphal part., Cant. vi. 
4, 10, i. e. fhmished with banners. ^3i m. see Standard, 
Cant. ii. 4. 
D!! m. see Standard : Ps. Ix. 4, Isa. xiiL 1, or ensign, of the 
Messiah. 

BAKQUBT. 
1 !?!*»• wine : "banqueting-house," lit. house of wine. 
8 rn3 to prepare, to make ready, to provide. Kal fut^ Job xli. 6. 
Perhaps splendid and costly entertainments are intended, 
for which a man's own stores do not suflice, so that he 
must purchase more. 
8 nntD m, a banquet; particularly an entertainment made for 
friends who oome to comfort such as have lost a near 
relation. See Mourning, and Cup of Oonsolatum* 
4 nn^ to drink, to banquet. Kal » in/. ^ nn«)o m, a Ibast, 
drinking. « nn^o Ch. m. id. 

Ssth.v. 4k6,6^8il8» |Bsth.vii.l. 4 a I CSnt. ii. 4. 1 

vu. 2, 7, 8. ~ 



14. 
vil4. 



4b 
4blJobxlL6. 



4 b Dan. V. 10. 
8 1 AniosTi.7. 



BAB. 

tnt( to lay hold o^ to hold fast; to doie or shut a gate. Kal 
imp., Neh. viL 3. 

D^3 m. pi. staves, bars ; bars of the pit are gates of the unseen 
world : Job xviL 16. 

n^3 m. a cross-bar to strengthen a tent, or secure the gates of 
A oity. The tabernacle Moses built had such bars nm- 
ning all round to keep it steady and firm. Metaphori- 
cally, the strength or defences of a city or nation : Exod. 
xxvi. 26, &c. 
tSto m. staff, or pole for bearing; it seems also to mean a frame 
for the same purpose : Kum. iv. 10, i a. 

^bp m. a staff, a pole (of iron) : Job xL 18. 

BABBBD. 

nsb^ /. a sharp instrument, a dart ; pr. a thorn, a goad^ "Wbed 
irons :" Job xli. 7. 

BABBBB. 
2fi m. one that shaves or scrapes off the beard : Esek. v. i. 

BABB. 
DDn to do violence ; to tear away with violence ; to treat with 
violence. Niphal pret,, Jer. xiii. 22, where the idea of 
making bare is taken from the context ; and the render- 
ing might have been, 'shall be violently made bare.' 
^bn to lay bare by removing that which covers. See DtMCover, 
Uneovor. To make bare the arm is to exert and show 
power. Upper garments having anciently no sleeves, 
the arms were wrapped up and covered under them; 
and therefore when ihe right arm was used, it must be 
disengaged and made bare. Applied to a nation stripped 
of all its treasures and defences. Kal pret. Isa. lit 10 : 
Jer. xlix. 10 : Joel i 7. inf. Joel L 7. lU. ' in making bare 
he hath made it bare.* imp. Isa. xlviL 9. 
t|rP adj. unshod : 2 Sam. xt. 30 : Isa. xx. 2, 3, 4. 
n^"JP /. naked: Eaek. xvi. 7, la, 39 ; xxiii. ap. 
"1^^ to be naked; to make bare. KaL imp. Isa. ixxii. 11. 
)na to set free, to uncover. Kal part. Pattl. Lev. xiii4 45. 
nrnp /. bald head behind: Let. xiii. 55, lU. 'bald in the head 
thereof!* 

BABK. 
n33 to bark. Kal it^., Isa. Ivi. 10. Whatever be the proper 
meaning of this word occurring only here, is it not used 
on this occasion because of its similarity to Ml^ to pro- 
phesy! It is common in the*Arabic and ^Babbinical 
Hebrew, says Henderson. 

BABK (of a Tree). 

nfiy|7 /. a fragment, a broken thing, especially of fbliUge, boughs: 

Joel i. 7. 

BABIiBT. 

fn)^ /. barley; so called from its long hairy beard in the eart 
£xo<t. ix. 3t, &c. 

BABN, BABnriiOOB. 
D^tDDK fl». pi. plaoes where com or any fruits are stored up ; or 
storehouses, sometimes underground : Prov. iii. 10. 



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l8a.liT.l. 




8» 8 1 Ps. cvii. 84 




JoeliiiO. 




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?nX3D /. a barn into wWcli corn, &c. is gathered : Hag. ii. 19. 
n^"i300 /. pi. places or buildings where there are grana- 
ries, or cells for keeping grain : Joel 1. 1 7. 
p3 m. threshing-floor : 2 Kings vi. 27 : Job xxxix. la, *bam,* 
rather * to thy threshing-floor.* 

BABBBIi. 

^ /. a great earthen ressal, or jar, to hold water or meal ; 
not a barrel of wood. Sea Pitc/ur. 1 Kings zviL 13, 14, 
16; xyiii 33. 

, BABBBN. 

1 nnbp /. nit land. 

2 H)^ m. a shutting up. 

3 "^PV Adj. rooted out; unfruitful, sterile. 

4 n^ /. drought. 

6 iO\S^ to lose children, to become childless ; of land, to be barren. 
PliL *par<. »» ?^3W bereaved of children. 

XXV. 21. 

xxix.Sl. 
Bxod. xxiii. 28. 
D0ut.vii.i4. 
Judg. xiiL 2, 8. 

BA81D. 

n^l^P and n^btp /. a place, a base ; a stand for the lavers in the 
court of Solomon's temple, i Kings vii. 27, &c. ; 38, ^. 
upon one base of ten bases. 
{3 m. a stand, base, pedestal : i Kings vii. 39, 31. 

BASB («'.«. VII.B). 
TVp to be light, mean, vile ; despised, ignoble, low. NlPHAL 

part. Isa. iii. 5. 
DC^ fii. iikme ; ' base,' of no name : Job xxx. 8. 
7&C^ €uij. low, mean, contemptible : 2 Sam. vi. 21 : Ezek. xvH. 
14 ; xxix. 14, 15 : MaL ii. 9. bev) Ch. id, Dan. iv. 17. 

BASKST. 

*m m. a basket for oariTing fruit ; also a pot or kettle ; a 
caldron : 2 SLings x, 7 : Jer. xxiv. 2, 2. n^'i m. id. Jer. 
xxiv. I. 
fiCCS a basket, from being woven : Deut xxvi 2, 4 ; xxviii. 

'' S. 17- 
3v3 m. a cage ; a basket, probably from its similarity in form : 
Amos viii. i, 2. 
7p m. a wicker basket, bread-basket: Gen. xL 16, &c 
nMpbv f. pi. id. Jer. vi. 9. 

BASON. 

1 }!IK m. a cup, bowl, or bason. 

5 "lte3 m, a large cup or bowl, probably with a cover or lid, used 

in the temple service, I suppose, to hold wine for the 
priests and sacrificers, when they did eat and drink 
before the Lord. (Deut. xiv. 26 ; xv. 19, 20.) — Taylor. 
8 P^TD m. large basons or bowls, which received the blood of the 
sacrifices, and out vCf which it was sprinkled upon the 
altar, &c. ; any bason or bowl like of as large as thode. 



4 ^D m. dish, bofwl. 



Exod. xiL 22, 12. 

xxiv. 6. 
xxvii. 8. 
xxxviiL 8. 
Num. iv. 14. 
viL 18.19,26,81,87. 



48, 49. 66, 61. 07. 78, 

79, 84. 85. 
2 Sam. xvii. 28. 

1 Kiiif» ViL 40, 46. 60. 

2 Kings xii. 13. 

1 CIiron.xxviiL17,17.a 



1 Chron.ixviiil7./i 2 

2 Chron. iv. 8, 11, 22. 8 
Ezra i. 10, 10. 2 

viii 27. 2 

Neh. viL 70. 8 

Jer. Iii. 19. 4 



a lit. for bason and bason, 
bason and bason. 



p Ht. and for the basons of silver for 



BA8TABD. 

"ITDD m. pr. mixed ; one bom of a mixed or unlawful marriage, 
or of fornication ; a stranger, foreigner ; perhaps one 
bom of marriage with a stranger, and therefore oon« 
sidered spurious : Dent, xxiii. 2 : Zech. iz. 6. 



n^PK 



BAT. 

I. the bat. — Bochart. Greatly abounding in the East, 
and inhabiting forsaken houses or caves, which become 
in consequence very oflensive and useless : it is still a 
proverbial saying, 'given to the bats.' — RaherU. Lev. 
xi. 19 : Deut. xiv. 18 : Isa. ii. 20. See Paxton's Illus- 
trations of Scripture Natural History, p. 402. 



BATH. 
J*1^ com. a measure of fluids, containing near eight gallons, 
wine measure; its contents are the same with the 
ephah, viz. seven gallons, two quarts, and half a pint. 
— Taylor. See also Gesenius, I Kings vii. 26, 38, &c. n} 
Ch. id. £zra viL 22, 33. 

BATHX. 

rm to be thoroughly wet, moistened ; to be satiated, or drunk. 

PnsL prtt. Isa. xxxiv. 5 ; ctmp. Jer. xlvi 10, and Deut. 

xxxii. 43. 
yvr\ to wash, cleanse ; to bathe. Kal pret. "Let. xv. 5, 6, 7, 

8, 10, II, 13, 18, 21, 22, 37 ; xvi 26, 28; xviL 15 : Num. 

xix. 7, 8, 19. /«#. Lev. xvii. 16. 

BATR-BABBIM. 

nil /• daughter. D*in o^f . many ; Cant. vii. 4, lit daughter 
of many ; or, of mighty ones. 

BATTSB. 
T\tV^ to corrupt, destroy, mar. HlPHiL pari* 2 Sam. xx. 15, 
marg. marred to throw down. 



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BAT TLB. 

m. tumult, especially warlike tumult, war. Job xv. 34. 

com. a camp, i Sam. xxviii. f , lit. into the camp. 

/. war : Gen. xiv. 8, &c. : 1 Chron. xxvL 27, lit. out of 
the battles and spoils. 

m. arms, weapons, and armour. See Armed, Ps. cxl. 7. 

Ilk Gesenius and others take this word to mean the higher 
prepared shoe of the soldier, fitted for passing over 
rough and miry places; or the greaves which covered 
the feet and legs : Isa. ix. 5. Ftlrst, eveiy weapon is 
sharp, i e. pierces with warlike tumidt. Sec War. 

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\Xyi m. an hoei, an army: Num. zxxi. 14, lU. host of war; 

xxxi. 27, a8 : Josh. xxii. 32 : i Chron. xii. 33, 36. 
^p m. a coming near in a hostile manner : 1 Sam. xyii 1 1 : 

Job xzxviii 23 : Pb. Iv. 18 ; IzxviiL 9 : Zech. xiv. 3. 

BATTLB-AX. 
Y^'O n». a hammer, or battle-ax : Jer. li 20, strictly p<»K. 
HiPHiL, from yC3 to dash in pieces. 

BATTIiBMBNTS. 
rrifiS^P? /. pi. see Branch: battlements extending or spreading 
themselyes. Jer. v. 10. 
T\pyO m. a battlement or balustrade round the flat roof of an 
oriental house : Deut. xxii. 8. 

BAT. 

D'WK see Strong; or, pr, sharp, active; hence of colours that 
which is lively or bright : the context seems to require 
that the word be understood of colour. Zech. vi. 3, 
marg, strong ; 7, lU, id. 

BAT (OF THE SBA.) 
fi\ff7 com. the tongue ; tongue of the sea : Josh. xy. 2, marg. 
tongue, 5 ; xviii 19, marg. tongue. 

BAT-TBXE. 

rntK m. that which springs up without being transplanted : 
Ps. xxxvii. 35, marg. or, a green tree that groweth in 
Lis own soil, i.e. native and luxuriant. 

BDEIiIiIUM. 
np^3 m. a white transparent oUy gum which flows from a tree 
about the bigness of an olive. Cels. Hierobot. : Gen. ii. 
13 : Num. xi. 7. Gesenius, a pearl, white, like grains of 
See Bush on Gen. ii. la. 



TO BB. 

1 run the less conmion form of the verb substantive. Kal 

^imp. ^fut. ^part. Poel. nifi Ch. "FAL^pret. •fiU. 

2 n^n to come to pass, to happen ; to be ; to begin to be, i. e. 

to become, especially with V to be made or done ; to 
be, t.e. the substantive verb, occurring so frequently 
as to preclude the being introduced in this work. 
8 ntS^ est twU. Schultens upon Prov. xix. 18, saith that "the 
Hebrew word V)^ is not a verb, but a noun substantive, 
signifying solidity :'* and Koerber before him, in bis 
small Lexicon of the Hebrew particles, printed at the 
end of Noldius's Concordance in the Jena edition, 
affirms that it is a noun derived from the same root 
as ^M a man, and signifies force, power, firmness, and 
existence ; and as an adjective, firm, strong, existing ; 
and adds the following examples : Gren. xviii. 24, "Per- 
adventure there be fifty;'* Heb., perhaps there is the 
existence of fifty righteous persons: xxiv. 42, "If now 
thou do prosper ;" Heb., if firmness, or firm purpose, 
is to thee prospering my way: ver. 49, "If you will 
deal kindly;" Heb., if firmness is to your dealing 



kindly: Gen. xxxi. 29, "It is in the power;** Heb., 
force is to the power of my hand : Buth iit ii, "Thers 
is a kinsman ;" Heb., there is the power of a kinsman. 
I believe this criticism is right. We render it in one 
place ' substance,' Prov. viiL 3i : and in 2 Chron. xxv. 9, 
" The Lord is able ;" Heb., power is to the Lord. Bat 
in the form of a noun it cannot well be translated in 
many places. It stands under a strong emphasis, and 
may be translated^ in reality, certainly, truly, sincerely, 
wholly, entirely. It may import the reality, entireness, 
solidity, completeness, of existence, and is to be under- 
stood and translated according to the nature of the 
subject to which it is applied ; and it may be applied to 
any subject. — Taylor*i Ooncordanee. 

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pin m. the mast of a ship ; a long pole erected upon a hiU 
as a signal: Isa. xxx. 17, marg, 'or, a tree bereft of 
branches, or, boughs ; or, a mast.' Oesenius and others, 
a signal-pole. 

BEAM. 
». a weaver's beam, to which the waip is fastened ; in 
Judg. xvi. 14, it is veiy difficult to obtain the correct 
meaning of this word, unless it be considered as used of 
the whole weaving apparatus, being of a very simple 
construction, and secured, for the sake of firmness, by a 
pin fastened in the ground. Samson took away the 
whole with the web in which his hair had been woven. 
Judg. xvi. 14. 
m. a pit ; the vaulting of a building, or beams out and 
hewn for the roof of a house, &c. : i Kings vi. 9. 
D^fi3 m. a cross-beam, for joining together : Hab. iL ii. 
rtTTn? /. pi. hewed beams : i Kings vi. 36 ; vii. 2, 12. 
"ibD m. a yoke ; trop. a weavei^s beam : i Sam. xvii. 7 : 1 Sam. 
xxi. 19 : I Chron. xi 23 ; xx. 5. 



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xxiL29. 




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XL 18. 




xliv.8. 


vi.18. 




xiv. 7. 




Jer.v.l. 


xviii. 14 




xvL4 




xiv. 22. 


xix. 19, 19. 




xxv. 8. 




TTiii 28. 


Euth iii. 12. 




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1 Sam. ix. 11.11. 




xxxiii.28. 




ml e, 16. 17. 


xiv. 89. 




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xvii. 46. 




P8,vii.8. 




Lam. i 12. 


XX. 8. 




xiv. 2. 




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iiu.a. 




Daii.ii.20,28.40. 


xxiiL2S. 


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ii 41, 41. 42. 


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Ixxiii. 11. 




iii 18. 


xiv. 82. 




cxxxv. 17. 




iv.4 


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Prov. XL 24. 




iv. 26, 27. 


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xii. 18. 




V. 17. 29. 


iii. 12. 




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xiv. 12. 




vi.8. 


ix. 16. 




xvi. 25. 




vii 19. 


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xviii 24. 




vii 28. 


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3V m. a thick beam ; Buppoeed to be a term of architecture 
for the threshold or step ; Gesenius, ooUectiTely, the 
ascent into a portico : i Kings vii. 6. 

^PV /. a rib. See Board, i Kings vii. 3. 

mp to meet. Piel, to frame or lay beams together for a house 
or gate ; LaL contignare, lU. to make the beams meet 
together. PiiL pret. Neh. ui. 3, 6. inf. Neh. ii. 8. 
part. Ps. civ. 3. n'^^p f. a beam, or roof where timbers 
meet and cross each other : 2 Kings vi. 2, 5 : a Chron. 
iii. 7: Cant. i. 17. 

BEAN. 
7^ m. bean : 2 Sam. xrii 28 : Ezek. iv. 9. 

BEAB. (See ^WITNESS, &c.) 

1 tS^fr( a man ; " bear tidings, ** lU. be a man of tidmgs. 

2 jnt to sow ; to produce seed. Kal part. Poel. 

3 'i\h^ to go. HiPHiL, to lead, convey : part. 

4 K^ to go out. HiFHiL, to bear out : inf. 

5 ^ see Contain. Hiphil inf. 

/IDi to bear, to have a burden laid upon one, and to bear it as 
a slave doth, who is conBned to it by a shoulder-yoke. 
See Yoke, Staff. Lam. iii. 28, " It is good for a man to 
bear the yoke in his youth. He sitteth alone, and 
keepeth silence, because he hath borne it upon him." 
Heb., because it is yoked, or in that manner laid upon 
him ; the providence of God confineth it to him. See 
Offer, Take up. Kal ^pret. Piel ^f%U, «Vb3 adj. 
laden. 

7 Kb^3 to lift or raise up ; Lxx. vKpv, f^alpw, 4waipo9f ^6o» / to lift 

up so as to bear upon oneself, to contract guilt : Lev. 
xxii. 9 ; Num. zviii. 32 : to bear away, to take away 
sin, as the priest by bearing it. Lev. x. 17 ; and God in 
pardoning it, when he takes it away, Gen. iv. 13. In 
the N. T. we have aXpw r^v ofAOfniay for expio, John i. 
29. The Lxx. use i^cdpw afjidfrnifMo, Exod. zxviii. 38 ; 
iul>aip4M r^y a. Lev. x. 17, Num. xiv. 18 ; iiylrifAi, Isa. i. 
14 ; iupirifUf Gen. iv. 13. To take up, to take hold of. 
Josh. vi. 4, 6 ; to take up, to carry as a load ; to suffer, 
to endure with patience ; to' suffer oneself to bear. 
Kal •pret. ^inf. ^imp. ^fut. •part. Poel. Niphal 
^pret. ^fut. Hiphil ^pret. Lev. xxii. 16, 'suffer to 
bear.' 

8 73D to bear or carry a burden as a porter ; to 'bear iniquity' is 

to suffer on account of it, comp. Lam. v. 7 ; Isa. liii. 4, 
II, 'he shall bear their iniquities,' as a heavy burden on 
his shoulders, with great pain and suffering, and so 
atone for them. Kal *pret. ^inf, *fut. <*V|p m. bearer 
of burdens. 
9 ?IPD to lean upon ; to be supported. Niphal fut. 

10 Dpy to lift up, to carry as a load. Kal part. Pattl. 

11 nay to answer, to bear (witness). Kal ^ftU. ^part. PoeL 

12 nto to do ; to make ; to bear (fruit). Kal ^prd. ^fut. 

13 rnd to be fruitful, to bear (fruit). Kal part. Poel. 

14 riDV to spring up ; to make to grow. Hiphil /ut. 



pri to rectify ; to fix, establish. Pm. pret. 



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Gen. i. 28. 

iv. 13.a 

vii. 17. 

xiii. 6. 

xxxvi. 7. 

zxxviL2S. 

xlix.16. 
Exod. xviiL 28. 

zix.4. 

XI. 16. 

XXV. 14^ 27. 

XXV. 28. 

XX vii. 7^ 

xxviii.12,29.80,88. 

xxviii. 43. 

XXX. 4. 

xxxviL 6, H 16, 27. 

xxxviiL7. 
Lev. V. 1, 17. 

vii. 18. 

X.17. 

xi. 25. 28, 40. 

XV. 10. 

xvi. 22. 

xviL 16. 

xix.8. 

XX. 17, 19, 20. 

xxii. 9. 

xxii. 16. 

xxiv. 16. 
Num. i. 50. 

iv. 15. 

iv.25. 

V.81. 

viL 9. 

ix.13. 

X. 17, 2L 

xi. 12. 

xi. 14. 

XL 17. 17. 7 

xiii. 23. 

xiv. 83. 

xiv. 34. 

xviii. 1. 1. 28, 82. 

xviii. 22. 

XXX. 16. 
Beut. i. 9. 

i.12. 

i. 81. 81. 7 

V. 20. 1 

X.8. 

xxix.18. 



Deut. xxix. 23. 


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7b 


XTxi. 9, 26. 


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Isa. i. 14. 


7b 


xxxiL 11. 


7d 


iiii.6. 


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Josh. iii. 3, 8, 18, H 




Ill vii. SL 


12a 


15, 15, 17. 


7e 


ilvi.3. 


10 


iv. 9, 10, 16. 18. 


7e 


ilvL4,7. 


7d 


vi.4,6. 


7d 


liilL 


7e 


vi8,13. 


7e 


liii. 4 12. 


7a 


viii. 83. 


7e 


liiLll. 


80 


Judg. iii. 18. 


7e 


bdii.9. 


6b 


ix.54. 


7e 


Iivil2. 


7g 


xvi. 29. 


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Jer. 1. 5.« 


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1 Sam. xiv. 1,6, 7, 12, I 


X.19. 


12.13,18,14,17. 


7e 


iviL21. 


7d 


xvi. 21. 


7e 


IVU.27. 


7b 


-xviL 7, 41. 


7e 


iixil9. 


7a 


xxxL 4. 4, 6, a. 


7e 


iUv.22. 


7b 


2 Sam. vi. 13. 


7e 


Lam. iiL 27. 


7d 


IV. 24. 


7e 


iii. 28. 


6a 


xviii. 16. 


7e 


V.7. 


8a 


iviii. 20. 


1 


Ezek.iv.4 


7d 


iiiii.37. 


7e 


iv. 5. 6. 


7a 


1 Kings ii. 26. 


7a 


IiL 6, 12. 


7d 


V. 16. 


7e 


Iii. 7. 


7a 


1.2. 


7e 


liv. 10. 


7a 


iiv.28. 


7d 


ivi. 52, 62. 


7o 


2 Kings V. 23. 


7d 


IVL64. 


7d 


iviii. 14. 


7d 


ivi.68. 


7a 


iii.30. 


12a 


ivii.8. 


7b 


1 Chron. v. 18. 


7e 


ivii. 23. 


12 a 


I. 4, 4, 6. 


7e 


iviii. 19. 


7a 


ii.39. 


7e 


ivUL 20, 20. 


7d 


IU.24. 


7e 


xxiii. 36. 


7o 


IV. 16. 


7d 


xiiii. 40. 


7d 


IV. 26. 27. 


7e 


luii. 24, 25, 80. 


7d 


2 Chron. iL 2. 18. 


8d 


miv. 29. 


7d 


ix.l. 


7e 


111V1.6. 


7a 


liv. 8, 8. 


7e 


iiivi7,16. 


7d 


iiiiv. 13. 


8d 


mil. 26. 


7a 


Neh. iv. 10. 


8d 


iliv. 10. 1% 18. 


7a 


iv. 17. 


7e 


ilvL20. 


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Job miv. SL 


7a 


H08. ii. 16. 


12b 


Ps. Iv. 12. 


7d 


Joel ii. 22. 


7a 


liii.7. 


7a 


Amos V. 26. 


7a 


I11V.3. 


15 


VU.10. 


6 


Iiiiii. 60.y 


7b 


Mic. vi 16. 


7d 


ieLl2. 


7d 


vii 9. 


7d 


ciivi.6. 


7e 


Zeph.ill. 


60 


Prov. ii. 18. 


7d 


Hag.iil2. 
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Y M. my bearing. 3 Ut. bearing they must be borne. 



BBAB (A CHII.D). 
rnn to conceive in the womb, to be with child, to bring forth. 

Kal fut. 
^n to travail in childbirth, to bring forth ; see Form, 

Polel/m*. 
*?7^ to beget as a fiither, to bear or bring forth as a mother ; 

applied also to spiritual birth : Ps. xxii. 31; Ixxxvii. 4, 

5, 6 : from God the Father, Isa. Ixvi. 9 : by the church 

the mother, Isa. liv. i; Ixvi. 7, 8. Kal ^pret. ^inf. 

^fut. ^part. Poel. •part. Patil. Niphal ^pret. « inf. 

^fut. ^part. PuALk pret. HoPHAL»»»%f. ai^V adj. 

bom. "tV^* m. constr.hom. on^JiD /.birth, * bom at.* 



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ivii. 17, 17. 


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iii2. 


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liv. 14. 


8n 


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8ia 


ivi 1. 


8a 


iii5. 


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ivi. 2, 16. 


8b 


iii 7, 9. 


8a 


ivi 11. 


Sd 


xxii 20, 23. 


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xvi 16, 16. 


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xxii 24. 


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Gen. niv. 15. 
ixiv. 24, 47. 
xxiv. 36. 
XIV. 2. 
XIV. 12. 
XIV. 26. 
nii. 32, 33. 
nil. 34. 34. 
ixix. 35. 3543 
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xxjtvi6,e. 


8a k 


xxxvi.12,14. 


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xxiviii. 8, 4 


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xxiviiL 6, 6. 


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zlL 50. 60. 


8k a 


Xliv. 27. 


8 a 


xlvi. 16. 


8 a 


zlvL 18. 26. 


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xlvi 20, 20. 


8b a 


xlvi 22, 27. 


8 k 


xlviii.6. 


8 i 


Exnd.i.22. 


Sm 


ii.2,22. 


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vL 20, 23, 26. 


8 


xx£4. 


8 a 


Xev.xlia. 


8 a 


ziL6. 


8 


xii7. 


8 d 


xviii.9.9. 


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xxiLll. 


8 n 


Num. xxvi 69. 69. 


8a 


xxvieo. 


8 h 


Deut xxi 16. 


8 a 


xxY. e. 


8 


xiviii.67. 


8 


Josh. V. 6. 


8iu 


Jiidg.viii.81. 


8 a 


xi.2. 


8 


xiii.2,8,8. 


8 a 


jriii. 6, 7. 


8 d 


xiii. 8. 


8 k 


xiii. 24. 


8 


xviiL29. 


8 k 


Buth i. 12. 


8 a 


iv. 12, 16. 


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lJSkun.i20. 

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iv. 20. 
2 Sam. iii. 2i. 

iii.20. 

iii. 6. 

V.18. 

V.14. 

xL27. 

xii.14. 

3dL16. 

xiL24 

xiv. 27. 

xxi.8. 

zxi. 20, 22. 

1 Kings i. 6k 
iii. 21. 
zi.20. 
xiii. 2. 

2 Kings iv. 17. 

1 Chron. L 19. 
182. 
iL8,9. 

ii. 4, 17, 46, 48. 
iL 19, 21, 24^ 29, 8 

40. 
^Ll.i6. 
IV. 6. 
iv. 9. 18. 
Iv. 17. 

vii. 14, li 18y 
viLl6,28. 
viL21. 
ZX.8. 
xxii. 9. 
xxvLe. 

2 Chron. j\, 19, 20. 
Ezra z. 8. 

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V.7. 

XL 12. 

xiv. 1. 

XV. 7. 

XV. 14. 

xxiv. 2L 

xiv. 4. 

xxxviiL2L 
Ps. xxiL 31. 

IxxviiLO. 

IxxxviL 4, 6,Y 0. 
Prov. xvii, 17, 

xvii. 25. 

xxiii. 25. 
£ccleB. iii. 2J 

iv.14. 
Cant. vi.9. 

yiiL6. 
I8a.viil4 

viii.8. 

Sx.6. 

1L2. 

liv.l. 

ixvi. 8. 
Jer. ii 14 

XV. 9. 

XV. 10. 

xviS,8. 

XX. 14, 14 

XX. 16. 

xxii. 26, 26. 

zxix.6. 

1.12. 
Ezek. xvi 4 6. 

xvi20. 

xxiiL4 

xxiii 37. 
flos. i. 3, 6, 8. 

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lit. fWnn beariiur. 
a au. to bear. 



y lit, a man and a man 



BSAB (an animal). 
33*1 the originiJ idea of this verb seems to be, to do anything 
slowly and deliberately ; hence the name of a bear from 
its slow and insidious movements. 3i and a^'^ m. a bear: 
1B^eta/pk.y a cruel and Tindictive man, a Sam. xvii. 8, 
Prov. zxviii. 15 ; the Medo-Persiaa kingdom, Dan. vii. 
iy 4c. li C!h. m. Dan. viL 5. 

BBABD. 

}pT com. the beafd, on which Orientals set a high value ; to 
shave or pluck the beard is the highest indignity, Jicv. 
xiii. 29, 30 ; xiv. 9 ; xix. 27 ; xxi. 5 : i Sam. xvii. 35 ; 
xxi. 13 : 1 Sam. x. 4, 5 ; xx. 9 : i Chron. xix. 5 : Ezra 
ix. 3 : Ps. cxxxiii. 2, 2 : Isa. vii. 20 ; xv. a : Jer. xli. 5 ; 
xlviii. 37 : Ezek. v. I. 
Dfib^ m. the beard ; perhaps the whole ohin^ or that otn whidi 
the beard grows ; hence sometimes rendered the upper 
lip : 2 Sam. xix. ^4. 

BEAST. 

1 rtDHB /. when opposed to man, as in Ps. xxxvi. 6, it signifies any 

brute creature : when opposed to creeping things, as Lev. 
zi. 3-7, 39, 30, it signifies fonrfooted land animals from 
the size of the hare and upwards ; for the mouse, weasel, 
ferret, are reckoned among the creeping things, Lev. xi 
39, 30 : when opposed to wild beasts of the earth, as 
Gen. i. 35, it signifies cattle or tame animals. — Bochart, 
Gen. vi. 7, &c. 

2 *Vy3 m. see Brutish, 

8 ^0 acli}. any living thing, hvti Ch./. «i 



4 n^t) VL slaoghter. 

6 nbD /. see Carcau / ""beiitt thst diotib «f itself.'' 

6 fi^S)!) com. animal life. 

7 K^p m. fat beasts, fed beaete.' 



Gen. L 24 26, 80. 

ii.19,20. 

iii 1,14 

viLl4 2L 

viill9. 

ix- 2, 6, 10, 10. 

xxxviL 20, 23^ 

xiv. 17. 
Exod. xxii. 6. 

xxiiLll,29. 
Lev. V. 2. 

vii. 24 

xi.2.2. 

xi. 27, 47. 47. 

xvii 13. 

xxiv. 18.a 

xxiv. 18. 18. 

XXV. 7. 

xxvi6,22. 
Num. XX. 8. 11. 

XXXV. 8. 
Beut.vii.22. 



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1 Sam. xvii 46. 




Ezek. V. 17. 8 


2 SaiiL xxi 10. 




xiv. 15, 16. 8 


2 Kings xiv. 9. 




xiv. 21. 21. 1, 1 


e Chron. xxv. 18. 




xxix.6. 3 


Job V. 22. 23. 




XXXL6.18. 8 


xxxviL 8. 




xxxiL4 8 


xxxix.16. 




xxxiii.27. 8 


xL20. 




xxxiv. 5, 8, 26, 28. 3 


Ps. 1. 10. 




xxxviiL20. 8 


lxxix.2. 




xxxix. 4 17. 3 


civ. 11, 20, 26. 




Ban. ii 38. 8 a 


cxlviiilO. 




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Prov.ix.2. 




23,25.82. 3a 


Isa. ill. 




V. 21. 3 a 


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vii 3, 6, 6. 7, inU 


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12, 17. 19. 23. 8 a 


xliii. 20i 




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xivi. 1. 




Ho8eaiil2.18. 8 


Ivi. 9, 9. 




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BEAT. 

fn. fomeihing put forth, produce ; ''com beaten out of full 
ears," or green ears ; roasted com, bruiiEied, ib a &vourite 
dish in the East. 

to pound in a mortar. Kal jaret. 

to break into small pieces. TiELfut. 

to force forward, to push against ; to thrust^ to beat, to 
knock. HiTHPAEL paH. 

to beat small and thin. Kal •/««. BiPBjL^prtf, 

to smite or ytrike as wiUi a hammer ; in$rtm$, to break up^ 
to be beaten. Kal ^pret, ^vnf, 

to pull or tear down, overthrow or demolish. Kal fiU. 

to beat olives from the tree ; to beat or lash oom out of 
the ear with a stick, by which means the best and ripest 
grains and olives are taken ; or it may imply the beating 
out a smaller quantity, in distinction from threshing tiie 
' whole, as in Isa. xxvii. 13, the taking a portion only; 
i.e, when he diidl restore the children of Israel, the Lord 
win beat, shake, or sever the righteous from the wicked, 
and gather them, ftc. Kal *fia, Niphal */«!. 

to be broken, so as to be quite disahled. Kiphal fwt, 

to beat, to crush ; applied to bruising in a mortar : Exod. 
xxvii. 10; as of olives, and the oil left to run freely 
and leisurely, and therefore more pure and free from 
dregs than that which was pressed ; to beating iron on 
an anvil ; to crushing or beating down foes, or a nation. 
Kal ^pret. ^imp. Pibl «pre«. Hophal «>«#. •nw 
/. beaten, of oil from the olive. 

to touch, to touch with a heavy hostile hand ; to be beaten 
in battle. Niphal /it*. 

to strike, smite. Niphal fvft. 

to beat, to smite, to scourge ; to strike home, to 0tr&e 
deep, «o as to wound or kill ; applied to the sfo-oke of 
the sun on the head of Joni^, iy. S. BJDPHSi •'prO. 



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*tV- 'Z^- HoPHAL«/irf. •paH. 'n$p/. a beating; 
used of wheat thresbed. 

14 )^ to break, to dash in pieces. PuAL porf . 

15 yjy^ to break down so as totally to demoliflh. ElAL ^prtt, ^fut, 

16 yjn to stamp, to beat out. PiSL fut. 

17 n^j>D /. that which is hard and solid ; beaten, beaten work, 

beaten out of one piece. It appears, from comparing 
I Kings vi 73 with yer. 18, that the cherubim of the 
Temple were made of olive wood covered with solid 
gold. 

18 tSn^ to kill, to slay: its use, in i Kings z. 16, 17, and a Chron. 

iJt- *5» I5» >6, in respect to gold, is yariously interpreted. 
Our translators seem to have taken the word for TMQXf 
' to expand, to spread out^ the letters being transposed. 
Others suppose that mixed gold is meant. KALjparf. 
PoeL 

19 pnt5^ to beat in pieces, to pound fine. Kal ^pret. ^fvL 



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V.16. 

zxT. 18, 81, S61. 

xxriLSO. 

xxix.40. 

XXX. 36. 

xxxTU.7,17, 8S. 

TT xiy , 8. 
Lev. 11. 14^ 16. 

xxiv.2. 
Num. viiL 4^ 4. 

xiS. 

xxviiLS. 
l>eat. xxiv. 80. 

XXV. 2,2. 

XXV. 8. 



18 d > Josh. viii. IS. 
IS e I Judg. viii 17. 

17 ix.46. 
10 e xix. 22. 
10 e Buthii.l7. 

19 a 1 Sam. xiv. 16. 
17 2 Sam. ii 17. 

16 xxii. 48. 

1 1 Kings X. 16. 17. 
10 e 2King8iiL26. 

17 I xiii. 26. 

2 I xxiii. 12. 

10 e 2 Chron. ii 10. 
8 a I ix. 15. 16. 16. 
IS b a I xxxiv. 7. 
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xxviil2. 


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9 


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10 b 


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BEAUTY. 

III. glory, honour, majesty, splendour, beauty. • f'^^ij /. id, 
ornament; "beauty of holiness, '*fnar^. glorious sanctuary. 

m. any good quality or endowment, for which a person is 
admired, &c. ; splendour, beauty. 

to desire strongly. Kal pari. PaUL 

adj, good. 

to be fair, beautiful, oomely in person, by nature or art; 
beautiful in action, in wisdom, in season, and in suitable- 
ness: it implies beauty internal as well as external. 
Kal *pret, ^fwt, « nc; adj. feir, beautiful. «» 'p; m. and 
* ^P^, m. splendour, brightness ; beauty, gracefulness. 

see Become, Pilsl pref . 

to be pleasant, delightful; with )t) to pass in beauty. 
Kal ^prH. ^ D^b m. pleasantness, grace, fiivour : the 
beauty of the Lord denotes whatever in the Xioid is 
sweet, pleasant, and salutary to the sinner, and there- 
fore his virtues of goodness and grace together with all 
their signs and effects. — Venaua in Uengstenberg. 

to adorn, beautify, the sanctuary, the church of Crod, the 
poor by g^reat benefits {comp. the Latin phrase omare 
hen^ciis)^ see also Qlorify. Piel •in/, ^fut. «'>^?Bm. 
ornament of the head ; a paronomasia with ashes : Isa. 
Ixi. 3 (see Appendix, Paronomasia). * ^^^pn /. in 
Isa. xxviii 5, Jer. xlviii.i 7 ; elsewhere JTJWpn /. absol. and 
constr. : ornament, splendour, beauty ; glory and beauty 
together imply great splendour. 



^3V m. honour, majesty; see Glory, Isa. Ixi. 3. 

10 I^V m. a rock, strength of the rich and powerfal, all that 

belongs to such in outward form or condition ; by some 

rendered 'form* in Ps. xlix. 14. "I'S (I'na) ui. 

11 HK'ip m. appearance. 

12 1t^ m. fonn, visage ; beautiful, lU, fiur of fotm or visage. 

G6n.xxix.l7.a 6c.l8 PB.L2. 6e l8a.lx.18. 8 a 

Exod- xxviii. 2. 40. 8 d xc 17. 7 b Ixi 8. ' 8 « 

I)eut.xxill.a 6 0,12 xcvi. 6. 8d Ixiv.lL 8d 

1 Sam. xvi 12. 6 c xcvi 9. la Jer. xiii 20. 8 d 
XXV. 8, 60 CX.8. 1 xlviiil7. 8d 

2 Sam. i 19. 9 cxlix.4. 8 b Lam.i6. 1 
xi 2. 4 Prov. vi26. 6eii.L 8d 
xiv. 25. 6 XX. 20. 1 ii 16. 6 e 

1 Chron. xvi 29. la xxxi 80. 6 e Eaek. vii 20. 9 

2 Chron. iii. 6. 8 d Eocles. iu. 11. 60 xvi 12. frd 
XX. 2L la, Cant vi 4 60 xvi 13. -6b 

Ezra vii. 27. 8 a i vii 1. 6 a xvi 14, 15, 25. 6 e 

Esth.ilL 6 • Isa. iii 24 5e xxiii 42. 8d 

ii. 7. 4 11 iv. 2. 9 xxvii 8. 4 IL 6 e 

Jobxl.lO. 1 xiii 19. 8d xxviii 7. 6d 

Ps. xxvii 4 7 b xxviii 1,46, 8d xxviii 12,17. 6e 

xxix. 2. la xuiii. 17. 6 e xxxi 8. 6 e 

xxxix. 11. 8 xliv. 18. 8 d xxxii 19. 7 a 

xiv. 11. 6 e Iii 1. 8 d Hob. xiv. 6. 8 

xlviii a. 5 Iii. 7. 6 , Zeeh. ix. 17. 6 e 

xlix. 14 10 liii2. 11 i xi7,10. 7 b 



BBCATJ8E. 

TfnS\^ f. pi. causes; with ^^ because of: Gen. xxi. 11, 15: 
Num. xii. x ; xiii. 24 : Judg. vi. 7. 
Tp'H tfofn. way, Ps. cvii. 1 7, lit, from the way, i, e, habit, custom, 
of their iniquity. 

BSCOMB. 

n^n to be; firequently rendered 'become* in construction with 
^, to, (hence in the Grreek Testament yltfwBai us, Matt, 
xxi. 43, and elsewhere) not included. 

IJ&iT to turn. Niphal/u<. Job xxx. 21, Heb. turned to be 
cruel. 

JIM The primary meaning may be, to sit, to dwell at ease, 
with pleasure and tranquillity ; hence, to become one, td 
sit well upon one, as we say of a garment, &c. : comp. 
Plin. Panegyr. 10, quam bene humerit tuis aederet impe^ 
riwn. 'PiLELpret. Ps.xciii5. n^H^ adj, becoming, 
seemly : Prov. xvii. 7. 

3]1V to be surety, to become (surety). Kal part, PoeL Proy« 
xvii. 18. 

nb^ todo. Niphal/ii«. Esth. iL II. 

BED. 

1 V^ ^ spread clothes or anything to lie down and rest upon, 

to make a bed. Hiphil fut, V^s;. m, couch, cham- 
ber. V'VO m, a couch, a bed. 

2 ntdD /. a bed which consists of clothes stretched out or spread, 

and upon which the human body is stretched out> in 
sleep or sickness, at table or for rest. 

3 33^ m, a lying down, a bed: Gen. xlix. 4, &c. ' 33V}o Ch. 

m. id. 

4 T\y\'^y^ f. a ridge or raised bed, upon which vines &a are 

planted. 

5 trig m. a bed, a couch, prop, covered with a hanging curtain ; 

abedstead. I 



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Gen.zhni.8L 

ziriiiS. 

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ir. 10^ 21,88. 8 

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No 8. not included. 

1 Chron. v. 1. 
SChroiLXxiLll. 

zxiv.26. 
Esth. i e. 

vii8. 
Jobvii.18. 

xvli. 18. 
P8.vLe, 

xU.8,8. 

Ixiiie. 

cxxxiL8.a 

cxxxiz.8. 
Prov. vlL 18. 



la|Proy.zxTil4. 
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iiL 7. 

▼.18. 

TL8. 
Isa. xxviii. 80. 
Ezek. zziii. 4L 
Dan. iL 28, 29. 

iT.6.10,18. 

vii. 1. 
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BEB. 
fnlSn /. a bee, a gregarions insect living under a kind of govern- 
ment of its own ; from *^)i to order, lead, and govern. — 
BoeharL They not only make honey in hives, bat 
naturally and originally in hollow trees and other con- 
venient lodgments in the rocks : Deut i 44 : Judg. ziv* 
8 : Ps. czviit la : Isa. vii. 18. 

BBBB-IiAHAI-BOZ. 

"l^a m. a weU. 'P adj. living, 'h'i m. seeing : Gen. xvi 14, 
lit. the well of the living one that seeth me. Chald. 
' the well of the angel of life who appeared there.* 

BEETIiB. 
Tiin m. a spedes of the locust, according to Gesenius, so called 
from its leaping. It does not appear that beetles were 
ever an article of food, which the locust was : Lev. xL 

99. 

BBJUVMB. 
")p3 com. homed cattle, at fell age when fit for the plough : 
Lev. zzii. 19, ai 1 Nmm, xzxL a8, 50, 33, 38, 44. 

BEFALL. 
1 nj^ to cause to come, to meet : to happen unfortunately. See 

t KIB to oome^ 9eq. it to befiilL Kal pret. 

8 mtO to find. KAL^jMTf. ^fid, •pari. Pool. 

4 Kip to meet, befall; spoken of an event, &o. Kal ^pret, ^fut. 

6 rnjj to meet, befidL Kal • preL ^fiU, ''part. PoeL « n^jjp m. 



Gen.zliL4. 

zliL29. 

zliL88. 

zliv.29. 
^xlix.1. 
lev. z. 19. 



an event. 

4b 
6 
4 a 
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Kmn. zz. 14. 
Beut. zxzi 17. 

ZZZL21. 

zxzi. 2d. 
JTosh. ii 28. 
Judg. vi 18. 



Sail Bam. zz. 88. 6 d 

8 a 8 Sam. xiz. 7. 8 

8 b ! Esth. vi 18. 6 a 

4alPli.zcLlO. 1 

So £ocle8.iii.ig^l8^U. 6d 

8 a I Dan. z. 14. 6 b 



BEG. 

C^2l to seek. Pisl part. Ps. xxxviL 25. 
^^ to ask. Kal pret, Prov. zx. 4. fut. Prov. zz. 4^3. Piel 
prtt, Ps. dz. 10. 

BEGGAB. 
t^^SM tuff* * poor aeedy perwm : i Sam. ii. 8. 

BEGET. 
X TT^ to beget as a fikther, or to bear and bring forth as a mother. 



KAL^pret. ^part,Toeh Nipeal «fia. Hiphil ^pree. 
•inf. 'twp. 8fia. ^part. > ITib^O /. nativity, kindred; 
ouDspring. 
KV^ to go forth. Kal pa/rt. Pool, Judg. viiL 30. Heb., going 
out of his thigh. 



Gen. iv. 18, 18, 18. la 
V. 8, 6. 9, IS, 16, IB, 
21,26,28,82. Ig 



V.4^4. 

v.7,7. 

V. 10, 10. 

v.18,18. 

V. le, 16. 

V. 19, 19. 

V.22,2a. 

v.28,28. 

V.80. 

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80.82,81 
zL 11, 11. 
zLl8,18. 
ZLl6,16. 
zL 17, 17. 
zi 19, 19. 
zl21,21. 
zL23,28. 
ZL25.25. 
ZL27,27. 
zyiL20. 
zzii 28. 
ZZV.8. 
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Lev.zviiLll. 1 1 

zzv. 46. Id 

Num. zi. 18. la 

zzvi 29, 68. Id 

Deut. iv. 26. 1 g 

zziii. 8. 1 c 

zzviii 41. 1 g 

TTiii. 18. 1 a 

Judg. viii. 80. 2 

zi.L Ig 

Rath iv. 18, 19, 19, 80, 
20.21,21.22,22. Id 
Ig 



1 Ohron. viiL 1, 7, 8» 

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84,86.86.86,87. Id 
vili9. Ig 

iz. 88, 89, 89, 89, 

40,42.4^48,48. Id 
ziv.8. Ig 

2 Chron. zi 8L 1 g 
ziii.21. Ig 
zziv. 8. 1 8 

Neh. ziL 10, 10, 10^ 



8 Kings zz. 18. 
1 Chron. i.l0.11«U^ 
18. 18. 20. la 

L84. Ig 

ii 10. 10. 11. 11, 12, 
12, 18, 18. 20. 20, 
22. 86, 86, 87, 87. 
88, 88, 89, 89, 40, 
40, 41. 41. 4i 4i ^ 
46. Id 

iv. 2. 2.8,11.12114 
14. Id 

Vi 4^ 4^ 6, 6, 6, 6,7, 
7,8,8,9,9,10.12, 
12,18,18,14,14. Id 

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11.11. 
Job zzzviii. 28. 
P8.ii7. 
Prov. zviiSL 

zziii. 22. 

zziii 24. 
Eccle8.v.l4. 

vis. 
Isa.zzziz.7. 

zlv.lO. 

zliz.21. 
Jer. xvi. 8. 

zzix.6. 
Esek.zviiil8^14. 

zlvii22. 
Dan. zi 6. t 

Hos. V. 7. 
Zech.zfiL8»8. 



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BEGIN. 

7^n to penetrate ; figuratively, to make an opening or entranoe 
into an affidr; to begin, Num. zvi. 46, 47, "the plague 
is begun," hath penetrated into, made an entrance among 
the people ; to enter upon an action, teq. infinitive with 
or without b ; rarely followed by a finite verb. Naut., 
to have a beginning, to be begun. Hiphil ^preL *> inf. 
•imp. ^fut. •part. Hophal 'prtt. « nVlin /. begin- 
ning : Prov. iz. 10, ''the beginning of wisdom," the fir4t 
act of wisdom. 
7K^ to will, to undertake. See Content. Hiphil pret, Deai 
i. 5, Moses began, settled his resolution to declare, or, 
undertook the arduous duty of, dec. 

"VD^ m. foundation ; figuratively, the foundation is put for the 
beginning of an undertaking. 

eWl m. head. • n^nn /. beginning. >> J^«>»*? acff. first. 
• n'^XiH'yf. beginning; a former state; first in time or 
dignity: Ps. czi. 10, "the beginning of wiadonv** the 
ohief part of wisdom, that which perfects the whole 
habit 

int^ Oh. to loose, to begin. Foil prti. 
Beginning. See World. 



Gen.il. 

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vii. 

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Z.8. 

Z.10. 

ziO. 

ziii8. 

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zli64. 

zUv.12. 

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Ezod.zii2. 
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zvi 9,11 


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zzil7. 
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Josh.iii7. 


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zvli26. 


Judg. vii 19. 


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ziii6,8B. 


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P8.cxi.10. 

oxix.ieO. 
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Tiii22. 

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xviil4. 

XX. 21. 
Eocles. iiLU. 

viLS. 

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Jer. xviiia. 

ZXV.20. 

xxvil. 

xzYiil. 

zzviii.1. 

xlix.34. 
Lam.iil9. 
Ezek. ix. 9> 0* 

xxxvill. 

xl.l. 
Dan. iz. 21, 2S. 
Ho8.i2. 
Amos vii. 1. 
JonahiiL4. 
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BEGUIIill. 

7p3 to act deoeitAiUy ; Piel, to practise deceit against any one, 
with ^. PiiEL j>ref. Num. zxy. i8. 

K^3 the meaning of Kal may have been, to err, forget ; hence, 
Hiphil, to lead astray, to deceive, impose upon, lead 
into a pernicious error. See Deceht, HtphtTi pret, 
Oen. iiL 13. 

np*l to throw; Piel, to deceive, to cause to ftJl, to trip up. 
"BiBLyrtt. Gen. zziz. 35 : Josh. ix. ii, 

BSHAVXI» BBHAVIOUB. 

1|7n to walk. HiTHPAXL, to walk to and fro, applied to oon- 
dnel : prs^. Fn. zxxv. 14. 

DpD HI. taste; judgment, reason; to conceal reason, t. «. to 
feign madness : i Sam. zxi 13 : Ps. zxxiv. title. 

mC^ to be even; Piel, to make plain and even, joined with 
r6t\ to quiet one's spirit, to compose the mind, by 
humility, patience, &o., Ps. cxxxi. 2, in contrast with 
the pretensions of the proud, yer. i. PncLjpret. 

BBHIIAD. 
1^ to turn away ; to take ofl^ remove. Hifhil fut, 3 Sam. 

iv. 7. 
^n^ to break the neck ; to take off the head. Kal Tpart, Palil. 

Deut. zxi. 6. 
C^"1 m. head : s Sam. iy. 7. 

BEHEMOTH. 
DDilS see Beoit; in the pi, or with an Egyptian termination, 
n^ona the great beast, huge quadruped, the hippo- 
potamus: Job xl. 15, marg, 'or, the elephant^ as some 
think.* 

BEHOLD. 

1 nrn to see; mostly mentally or prophetically. Kal *ff^. 

^imp, ^fut. nm Oi. P*AL*paH. acUvs. 

2 t33D to look earnestly. "HiPHiL ^ pret, ^imp. ^fid, 
8 rUS to turn, to look. KAL/ut, 

4 n&V to look about, to watch, to observe narrowly. Kal ^fu;t. 

^pwt. Pool. 
6 T\Vn to see, look; the act of the senses. ELiL •pref. ^inf. 

''imp. ^fut, •pari. Foeh 'mwj/ sight-seeing, n^w*; 

id. a»n5. 
e HK^ t* vi«w, to kwk wHh attention and MRMftneM, to survey 



with accuracy, as from a high situation^ Xal *Im{»* 
^fut. l^oiMLOpret. 
y*^ to sing, to praise. Polil prd. Job zxxvL 34, or from th« 
former root ; either sense will suit the context. Vulg. 
ceeMerunt. So Coverdale, Schultens, Herder, Noyes« 
'Behold,' as the rendertog of particles^ not indnded. 



Gen.xiil4. 


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JobzlL84. 


6d 


Jer. iv. 28. 24 86, 26. 


6a 


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zxxiiL 18. 


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60 


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cxix.158. 


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1 Sam. zzvi. 6. 


6d 


ZV.8. 


4b 


zzzviLS. 


6a 


2 Sam. zziv. 22. 


6 


zzuLSS. 


6d 


zL4 


• 


1 Chron. zxi. 15. 


6 a 


Socles. iL 18. 


6b 


zliv.6. 


6c 


Jobxix.27. 


6a 


v.lL 


6 f 


Dan.viL46^9^11« 




XI. 9. 


6b 


viLa7. 


6 


11.81. 


Id 


zzii.12. 


6 c 


viiLl7. 


6 a 


ix.18. 


60 


zziila. 


1 


zi.7. 


6b 


kicahvli9,Ku 


60 


zxiv. 18. 


8 


Oantiiill. 


6 c 


6d 


ZZZL28. 


6d 


I8a.zzvi.10. 


6d 


Hab.LA. 


80 


zzziv.29. 


6b 


zzziii. 17. 


6d 


L6. 


• 


ZZXV.5. 


6 a 


zzzviiLU. 


8 c 


L18. 


6b 


zxxvi.24. 


7, or 6 


zl.26. 


6 


iii.6. 


6a 


ZxxvL 26. 


2 


zlL28,28, 


6d 


Zech.iiL4 


60 


zzziz. 29. 


a 


zliz.18. 


6 


vL8. 


60 


zLll. 


60 


]ziiL16. 


60 







BEKAH. 
V\>^ m. a half ; a half shekel : Exod. xxzviJL %6» 

BXXiOH. 
)ra3 to gsA oat; to pour forth. BnmL fid, Tm, Um* % 

BBIiIAIi. 

7^72 m. used of wicked, ungodly men ; implies in the Cotmation 
of the word worthlessness, and according to Oesenius, 
pemidousness. Lxx. mostly render it by wa^oftasp 
Xoi/ibs, once katfi^s, Judg. xx. 1 3 : dbstr, Mfirifut, hfofda, 
kwoffrcurta, Aqu, iwoffraffla, iaroffrifnis : Deut. xiii 13, or, 
naughty men : Judg. xix. ai ; xx. 13 : i Sam. L 16 ; ii« 
17 ; X. 17 ; XXV. 17, »5 ; xxx. ai : « Sam. xvi. 7 f zx. i; 
TTiiy 6 : I Kings xxi 10, 13, 13 : 1 Chron. xiiL 7« 

BEIiIE. ^ IiIlL) 

BBIiIBTB. 
]DM to be Hrra, fixed, stable, mre; to be tm*, faithM: in 
Hiphil, teq, } of person, to have confidenoe in, answer- 
ing to the dative in Greek, B<na. iv. 3, James it. 93 1 
$eq. ^ has respect to words or motive for confidenoe^ 
answering to us in Greek, John xiv. i. HiPfliL ^pr^ 
^imp, ^fta. ^pati. JPlj Ch. AnML*pret, 

Gen. XV. 6. a 

zlv.26. a 

Bzod. iv. 1» 6, 9^ SI. e 

iv.9,8. Aft 

W 2 



Bzod. ziv. 8L 


DeatLSa. 


4 


ziz.9. 


iz.88. 


% 


Num. xiv. 11. 
xz.18. 


Jto.^xvg.li. 
a lKingsz.7. 





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2Kingaxyii.l4, 


A 


2 Chron. ix. 0. 


a 


XX. 20, 20, 


b 


TTxii. 16. 


c 


Job ix. 16. 


e 


XV. 22. 





TxiT.24. 


c 


xxxix.12.24. 


c 


P8.xxvii.18. 


a 



Fb. IzxviiL 22k 82. 

cvi. 12. 

cvi.24. 

cxvi. 10. 

cxix. 66. 
Prov. xiv. 16w 

xxvi. 25. 
Isa. vii. 9. a 

xxviiil6. 



Iaa.xliiL10. 

liii. 1. 
Jer. xiL 6. 

xl.14. 
Lam. iv. 12. 
Dan. vi. 23. 
Jonah iii. 6. 
Hab.i.5. 



a marg.'or, Bo ye not believe? it it because ye are not stable.' 

BEIiIi. 

}tojf^ m, * bell; from D9| to strike ; of the bells on Aaron's 
robes : Exod. xxviii. 33, 34, 34 ; xxxix. 25, 25, 26, 26. 

niWp /• pi- bells, from their tinkling : Zech. xiv. 20, marg. 
, 'or, bridles ;* according to the Babbins, the Lxx., and 
the Yulg. Henderson says they were small metallic 
pUtes suspended from the necks or heads of horses or 
camels for the sake of ornament, and making a tinkling 
noise by striking against each other like cymbals. It 
is certain however that bells have always in the East 
been a part of the trappings of horses. See Paxton's 
Manners and Customs^ ii. p. 237. 

BBI.I.OW. 

7nV to neigh as a horse ; metaph. to rejoice, as men. EIal 
fuZ. Jer. 1. IX. 

BEIiIiO^WS. 

nfiD m, bellows, from ngs to blow : Jer. ti. 29. 

BEIiIiT. 

|P3 /. the belly, the womb ; prominent or swelling, the middle 
or inward part of anything ; the inward part of our 
constitution, the mind, the thoughts and affections of 
the mind : Num, v. 21, &o. 

]S^i m. the belly of creeping things, which drags along the 
ground : Gen. iii 14 : Lev. xi. 42. 

fen3 m, the belly or maw of a dragon : Jer. li. 34. 

D''^ f». pi. the bowels : Cant. v. 14 : Jonah i. 17 ; ii. i. ]»»p Ch. 
m, pi. id. Dan ii. 32. 

t\2\> f. the part between the ribs and the loins: Num. xxy. 8. 

BELONG. 

n^D /. part, portion : Esth. ii. 9. 

BELOVED, ^WEIiIi-BEIiOVED. 

1 :3nK to love. Kal part. Paiil. 

2 ^1^ m. any person that is esteemed or loved. See Love, 

3 *1^^ adj. eontt. probably implies a more vehement affection of 

loved; 'dearly 



love. • nnij /. delight, that which 
beloved.* 



4 %nD m. that which is greatly desirable, 
things ; * greatly beloved.* 



» n^n^on /. pi, precious 



Dent, xxi 15. 15, 16. 




Cant. ii. 8. 8,9, 10, 16. 17 


2 


Isa.v.l,Ll. 


xxxiii. 12. 




iv. 16. 


2 


Jer. XL 15. 


Neh. xiii 26. 




v.1.2.4^6.6,6,8.9. 




xii.7. 


P8.1X.6. 




9, 9. 9, 10, 16. 


2 


Dan. ix. 23. 


cviii,6. 




vi. 1, 1, 2, 8. 8. 


2 


X. 11. 19. 


cxxvii.2. 




vii. 9, 10, 11, 18. 


2 


H08.iii.l. 


Cant 1.18, Hie. 




viiL5,14 


2 


ix.16. 



8,2.8 

8 

8a 

4a 

4a 

1 

4 



BEMOAN. 

*7\^ to be shaken, to be agitated ; the shaking or motion of 
the head, or other parts of the body, expressive of sor- 
row, the same word used of condolence ; to condole, to 
bemoan, with a dot. to pity ; also, to comfort, se;. ^ of 
pers. Kal •imp. ^ftU, Htthpolil «par^. 



Job xlii 11. 

Jer. XV. 5. 

xvi5. 



b ' Jer. xxii. 10. 
b I xxxLlS. 

b| 



b I Jer. xlviiLlT. 
c Nah. iiL 7. 



BENCH. 
W^p m. a board, a plank : Ezek. xxvii. 6. See Company. 

BEND. 

1 T\IT\ to tread ; to tread or bend the bow, when it is large and 

strong, by- setting the foot or knee upon it : the word is 
also used with arrows following, either by an ellipsis 
* supplied in our translation, or, as Gesenius observes;, 
the origin of the expression being overlooked: "They 
bend (the bow to shoot) arrows,** Ps. Iviii. 7 ; bdv. 3. 
Gussetius would rather take "^^^ to mean elliptioally to 
shoot as with a bow ; and connect * arrows* with the 
following words ; as in Ps. Iviii. 7, "Their arrows (are) 
bitter words ;*' Zech. ix. 13, "When I have bent Judah 
for me,'* used Judah as a well-directed bow, t.e. to 
scatter my enemies. Kal »pre*. ^'/W. ^paH. PoeL 
« paH. Patil. HiPHiL •ffU. 

2 ]&3 to extend, or tvtist around ; Lxz. TfpnrX^irciv. Gresenins 

and others, from oriental sources, suppose that the ide* 
of thirst or eager desire is implied in the word, with a 
pregnant meaning in Ezek. xvii. 7, i. e. did thirst, and 
so bend her roots towards him, seeking nourishment. 
Kal pra. 

3 nn^ to stoop, to be bowed down, to bend oneself. Kal tn/. 

4 tsPr\ to hang, to hang in inclination or suspense, to be inclined 

to, with ). KALpaH. PatlL 



PS. vii. 12. 


la 


laa. xxi. 16. 


Id 


Lam.ii4L 


la 


xi.2. 


lb 


lx.14. 


8 


iiL 12. 


la 


xxxviL 14. 


la 


Jer.ix.8. 


le 


Ezek. xvii 7. 


2 


Iviii. 7. 


lb 


xlvi.9. 


Ic 


H08. xi. 7. 


4 


Ixiv.S. 


la 


114,29. 


Ic 


Zech. ix. 18. 


la 


Isa. V. 28. 


Id 


Ii8,a8. 


lb 







a dp Hh^ '3) i.e, fbund in the text, but accounted superfluoos bj the 
Masorites. 

BENEFIT. 

7^D| m. Bee Reward, a Chron. xxxii. 25 : Ps. dii. 2. ^^Dsn ■•• 

id. Ps. cxvi. 12. 

M^ to be good ; to do good. Hiphil inf, Jer. xviiL lo* 

BENJAMIN. 
)3 m. son. )'p; m. right hand. Gen. xxxv. 18. 

BENONI. 
m. son. ]^^ m. evil, trouble, sorrow : Gen. xxxv. 18. 

BEBACHA.H. 
naia /. blessing : a Chron. xx. 26, 26. 

BEBEAVE. 
1 Ipn to be diminished, to want, to cause to want. ViMLpart, 



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3 tS^ to lose children, to become childless. Kal ^pnt. PiSL 

^prei. ^inf. ^fut, •pari, ' ^^3^ otij. bereaved of young. 



Gen-xliiae. 


8b 


Lam.i^. 


8b 


xliii.U14. 


8a 


Bzek. V. 17. 


8b 


Eccle8.iv.8. 


1 


xjttTlia. 


80 


Jer. XV. 7. 


8b 


xxxvilS. 


8e 


zviiL21. 


S f 







Eaek. xxxvi. l^.'S 2 

xxxvi. 14u 8 d 

Ho0. ix. 12. 8 b 

xiiLS. 8 f 



BBBBIES. 
*1|^| m. berries of the olive : Isa. zvii. 6. 

BBBTIi. 
K^^Snn m. a precious stone, perhaps from Tartessns ; Lxx. and 
Josephus make it the chrysolite, which is the topas of 
the modems : adopted by Braun, de Vestitu Sacerdot. 
ii. 7. Exod. xxviii. 30 ; xxxix. 13 : Cant. v. 14 : Ezek. 
L 16 ; X. 9; xxviii. 13 : Dan. x. 6. 

BBSESCH. 

1 {^'j^3 to seek. Piel/iU. 

fl rhn to be smooth ; in Piel, taking after it 0^3^ the fa^e, it 
signifies to smoothe the countenance, t. e. to appease 
wrath and procure favour by humble submission, sup- 
plication, or deprecation. Pibl ^pret. »» imp •fui. 
The word means also to be sick, affected with grief; 
and the use of the phrase above may have its origin in 
the idea of affecting the countenance by entreaties, so 
as to produce sympathy there and in the heart ; as we 
say a pitiful man is misericort. 

3 fin to show &vour ; to pray or supplicate fiivour. Hithfael 



Gen. xliL 21. 
Exod. xxxii. IL 
Deut. iiL 28. 
2 Sam. xiLld. 



8 a 1 1 Kings xiiL 6. 
2 I 2 Kinffs L 13. 
8 b xiii. 4. 
1 1 2 Chron. xxxiiL 12. 



2 1 Ezra viiL 28. 
8 b Esth. viiL 8. 
2 c Jer. xxvi 18. 
2 a 1 MaL L 9. 



1 
8b 
2c 
2b 



I BBSEEOH. 

KDK an interjection of entreaty : 1 Kings xx. 3 : Neh. i. 5, 1 1 : 

Ps. cxvi. 4 ; cxviii. 35, 35 : Isa. xxxviii. 3 : Jonah i. 14. 

fiC see Pray, Exod. iii. 18 ; xxxiii 18! Num. xii. xi : Keh. i. 

8 : Amos vii. 5 : Jonah iv. 3 : Job x. 9 ; xlii. 4 : Ps. cxix. 

108 : Dan. i. la ; ix. 16. 

BESET. 
mXD to surround, beset round. PiSL pret, Ps. xxii. 13. 
22D to compass about. Kal pret* Hos. vii. 3. ftU. Judg. xz. 5. 

NiFHAL pret. Judg. xix. 23. 
*1^ to bind up ; to besiege. Kal pret, Ps. cxxxix. 5. 

BESIEGE. 
KIS to come ; to be besieged ; Heb. to come into siege. 

KAL/t<<. 

"1V3 to keep ; to watch closely ; to be besieged or shut up close 
within the walls of a city. Kal part, PaUl. Isa. i. 8, 
" as a besieged city,** closely watched ; or, according to 
some, with diflftculty preserved, so Ezek. vi 13 ; " he that 
remaineth," from the pestilence, <'and is besieged," or 
preserved from the sword, 8co, 

^D to compass about. KiLpref. 



4 "I^V to press, straiten ; to besiege ; with tiec. se. ^9. Ka]« 
^pret, ^inf. ''imp. ^fv/t, •parf. PoeL 'n^srj m. siege; 
fortification, fortress. 

6 ^yi to bind up close, to shut up, to besiege. HiPHiL ^prtL 



Deut IX. 12. 


4a 


2 Kings xvi 6. 


4d 


Isa.xxi2. 




XX. 19. 


4d 


xvii 5. 


4d 


xxxvii2fi. 




xxviii 52. 62. 


6 a 


xviii 9. 




Jer. xxi 4 9. 




1 Sani. xxiii. 8. 


4b 


xix. 24 




xxxii. 2. 




2 Sam. XL 1. 


4d 


xxiv. 10. 


1.4 f 


xxxvii 5. 




XX. 15. 


4d 


XX iv. 11. 




xxxix.1. 




1 Kings ViiL 87. 


6b 


XXV. 2. 


1.4 f 


Iii 6. 


1,4 f 


xvi. 17. 


4d 


1 Chron. xx. 1. 




Ezek. iv. 8.a 




XX. 1. 


4d 


2 Chron. vi 28. 




vil2. 




2Kiiigavi24. 


4d 


Eccles.ix.14. 




Dan.il. 


4d 


VL25. 


4e 


I8a.i8. 












aMMnasiege. 










BESOM. 








KDKOD m. see 


Sweep 


. Isa. xiv. 33. 









BEST. 
1 rn^T /. choice select things, most praised and esteemed ; 'best 

fruits.' 
a 3?n m. fat 

3 3iO acfj- good. 

4 ID^ to be good, to seem good, to seem best. Kal^/iU. ^ ip^p 

m. the good or best part of anything. 
6 3^^ to place, to settle. Nifhal part. Ps. xxxix. 5, " in his 

best state." 
6 TTS to purify. Hophal part, best gold, lit. purified ; eotnp. 

3 Chron. ix.. 1 7, pure. 



Gen. xliii 11. 1 

xlviiO^ll. 4b 

Exod. xxii. 6, 6. 4 b 

Num. xviii 12» 12, 29, 

80.82. 2 

xxxvi 6. 8 



Deut. xxiii 16.a 

1 Sam. viii 14. 
XV. 9, 15. 

2 Sam. xviii. 4^1 

1 Kings X. 18. 

2 Kings X. 8. 



8 
8 
4b 
4a 
6 
8 



E8th.ii9. 
Pi. xxxix. 6.y 
Cant vii 9. 
Ezek. xxxi 16. 
Mia vii 4. 



a mor^. is good for him. ^ /tt. is good in your eyes. y Moyy. settled. 
BESTEAD. (See HABD.) 

BESTIB. 
)nn to be sharp ; applied to activity, &c ; see Move, Decide, 
Kal ftU. 3 Sam. v. 34 : it may here be understood either 
of a command to cut short all delay and deliberation, so 
as at once to attack the enemy ; or, that David should 
rouse himself to courage and exertion. 

BESTOW. 

1 7D3 see Reward. Kal pret. 

2 n^^ to lay up, and leave it to be or lie where it is placed* 

Hiphil/u<. 

3 nn^ to lead, guide, direct; to lead forth in order to place 

troops. Hiphil/m/. 

4 {TO to give. Kal. *pret. ^inf. ^fut. JPJ Ch. P'AL^w^f. •fut. 

5 nb^ to do ; to make, to prepare or appoint to a new purpose, 

as when the holy things of the house of God were made 
the holy things of Baalim ; comp. Hos. ii. 8. Kal pret. 



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Bxod. xziii tt. 
Deut ziv. 80. 
1 Kings z. 28. 
9£iussT.S4 



4b 
4» 

S 

6 



8 Kings xii 16. 
1 Chron. xxiz. 8S. 
8 Chron. ix. 85. 



4b 
4o 

a 



8 Chron. zxir. 7. 
Exn TiL 20. 80. 
Iia.lziiL7.7. 



6 
4de 

1 



BBTH. 
n^3 m, home ; usod frequ^itly in the oompoeition of proper 
names, to signify house or place. 

BETHBB. 
lT\7i m. a section, diyision ; of a countiy dirided by monntains 
and Talleys, rugged and abrupt : Cant. ii. 17, marg. 'or, 
of division ;* Lxz. M 6piri tcoiXM/idrmp, i,e. mountains 
diyided by vaUeys. 

BETHINK. 

37 m, the heart : i Kings viiL 47. a^i in. a Chron. tL 37. 
2\\^ to turn. HiPHiL pret, i Kings viiL 47 : a Chron. vi. 37. 

BETIMES. 
^nC^ to seek early, betimes, ko, PiSL prei. 9eq. dot, of person, 
ProT. xiiL 74, ** chasteneth him betimes,** Ut. aeeketh 
for him chastening betimes. 

BETBA7. 

nD*l to throw ; Piel, to cause to &n, to deoeiTO, beguile. Pibl 
tfi/. I Chron. xii 1 7, ». e. to deceiTo in order to betray. 

BBTBOTBu 

1 ISHK to espouse, solemnly to promise marriage^ FlXL ^prd, 
^fui. PUAL «prrt. ^part. 

fl '^"jn to pluck or strip oflF firuit ; to reproach ; to deflower vir- 
ginity. NiPHAL part. Ley. xix. 3o, foarg, reproached 
by or for man ; or, abused by any. Gesenius, pr. to be 
abandoned, i.e, to be delivered over to a husband, i. e. 
betrothed. Is not the meaning to be understood of a 
bondmaid made a concubine by her master and not 
married to him, or redeemed, and therefore not free ? 
Ezod. xxi. 7-1 1. 

3 *VJ^ to appoint, set ; to agree to marry, to betroth. "KAL^preL 

llxod.xxL8. 8 a I Lev. xix. 80. fl|DeatuiL88. lo 



xxiLlO. 



Sb 
lo 



Deut. XX. 7. 
xxii. 83, 86, 27. 



1 a xxviiL SO. 

1 d I Hos. iL 19, 19, 80l 



lb 
la 



BETTEB. 

1 3lC3 to be good. Kal ^pret. Hiphil, to do good, to confer 

benefits, ^pre*. «^Nv> ac^'. good. (}en. zxix. 19, &c. 

2 ip^ to be good, &c. Kal ^ftd. Hiphil ^fuk 

3 fr\TX\ f. profit, excellency, •irt' m. gain, emolument. 

Na 1 c not indnded. 



lKfaig8!.4r. fb[Eccle8.x.ll./l 

Eocles. vL ILa 8 a Cant. ir. 10. 

vii.S. 10,8 a I 

« ML what gain to a msn? 



8 I Ezek. xxxvL 11. 
1 a NfOi. iiL 8. 



lb 
8b 



/i ftt. no excellency te a babbler. 



BETJLAH. 
7}12 to marry. Kal part. Palil, Isa. buL 4, marg. 'mairied,' i.e. 
enjoying all the privileges of a married state. 



BEWAIIfc 
n33 to weep. Kal pret. Dent.xzi.13. y«<.Ley.x. 6 1 Jodg. xL 

37, 38 : Isa. xvi. 9. 
nfi^ to break or issae forth with strength and vehamaice, as 
the breath or voice in lamenting. Hithpasl Jut. Jer. 
iv. 31- 

BEWABB. 
D]1!^ to be crafty, prudent. Hiphil fu$. Prov. xix. 25, aory. 

' will be cunning.' 
ID^S^ to keep, to watch, to guard. Kal imp. 1 Sam. xviiL is. 
NiPHAL imp. Gen. xxiv. 6 : Exod. xxiiL 21 : Deul vL 
II ; viii. XI ; XT. 9 : Jndg. xiiL 4 : 4 Kings vL 9. fmL 
Judg. xiiL 13. 

BEWBAT. 
n?) to open, reveal, discover. PiSL fut. Isa. xvi 3* 
^^D to show. HiPHiLfui. Prov. xxix. 24. 
feOp to cry out. Kal fut. Prov. xxvii. 16. This c x pr e wi on is 
used of ointment bewraying its odonr, from ita being 
intended to represent the nBrestraaned damonr of a 
•ontentioiis wif e. 

BETOND. 
*U^ to pass over. Hiphil i^f. i Sam. xx. 36. 

BID. 

"IDK to say, to command. KiL^prd. ^inf. *imp. *fmt. 
"11^ to say, speak ; to command, prescribe. Kal * pait. PoeL 

PnsL ^pret. 
mV to diarge, to command. PiEL pret. 
thp to be holy. Hiphil, to sanctify, to sanctify others fior a 
solemnity, festival, or sacrifice, ie. to order them to 
sanctify themselves, or to bid and invite them. Hen- 
derson explains this use of the word, of the selection ol 
troops £or war, and the religious rites engaged in when 
they set out upon a military expedition. Hiphil prtl, 
Vn;> tocaU. Kal part Patil. 
TijfOpp f. hearing, obedience : i Sam. xxii 14, at thy bidding, 
f . e. at the hearing of thy commands : according to 
others, at thy private audience. 



Gen.xxviLl9. 

xliii 17. 
Exod.xvL84. 
Num. xiv. 10. 

XV. 38. 
Josh. vi. 10. 

xi.9. 
Kuthiii.6L 



8b 
la 

8 
Id 
la 
lb 
la 

8 



1 Sam. ix. 13, 88. 

ix.a7. 

iiu. 14. 

xxiv. 10. 
8 Sam. L 18. 

ii.86. 

xiv. 19. 

xvi.ll. 



6 
lo 

6 
la 
Id 
Id 

3 
la 



8Kii«8iv.84. 




x.*5. 




2Chron.x.li. 




Esth. iv. 15. 




Jonahiiia. 




Zeph.L7. 





BIEB. 
ntdp /. (see Bed;) a bier upon which a corpse was carried to be 
interred: 2 Sam. iii. 31. 

BILI.. 
*)fiD flk a writing, bill, book, &c. : Deut. xxiv. i, 3 : Isa. L i : 
Jer. iii. 8. 

BllilfOW. 

7| HI. heap, wave : Ps. xHi. 7. 
*13(S^ m. breakers, waves, billows: Jonah ii. j. 



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Biiri). 

1 int to gird ; to lund aroand ; iritli Mcnsathre of penon. Kal 

fl D^ to bind ; to bind together. PiiL foH, 

8 "^pfe( to bind, or confine men or beasts with bands; to bind, 
yoke, or put horses &c. to a chariot ; to bind, confine, 
or keep in a prison. Figuratiyely, to be bound, tied up 
by, or laid mnder the restraint of a religious obligation : 
to bind or restrain by goTemment, anthority, or com- 
mand, Ps. CT. ia, and so to bind by fiear or constema- 
nation ; to be bound or confined by admiration, affection, 
allurement; see Hold: to be bound with affliction or 
divine judgments: Job zxzviii. 8, 13 : with the inf, to 
bind fast. Kal •pre*. »»•»/. ^imp. *fut. •paH. Poel. 
fpoH. PatiL NiPHAL tfid. Pdal ^prft, »vd^ m. 
prisoner. ^"^^Vi obligation, prohibition; vow <^ absti- 



4 np« 



7 no^ 



8 


np 


• 


no^ 


10 


^3? 


11 


^i?V 


12 


h^T)B 


13 


-W 


14 


T!4 



to gird OB, to put on. Kal fut, 

m. compression, binding up of a wound ; irop. of remedies 
applied to the wounds of a state. See Cflose, 

to bind, to tie up, to gird ; applied to the binding on the 
turban, Exod. xxix. 9 ; to the binding or dressing the 
face of the proud in the dirt of the grave, importing 
the mean, contemptible state to which they shall be 
reduced. Job xL 13 ; to the binding up of a wound or a 
broken limb, in order to its beiug healed or restored, 
Ezek. xxxiv. 4 ; to the repairing, restoring, and setting 
to right things that are wrong or decayed in a fa- 
mily, state, or government, Isa. i. 6. Kal ^pret, ^ inf. 
•imp, *fui, •part. Paiil. PiKL ^pret. 'pari. Pual 
^prtt. 

in sense and sound nearly related to "^P^ to restrain ; to 
chastise, to instruct or admonish. PiXL pret. 

Ch. to bind, to fetter. P'n. •pret. Pakl *•«/. •part. 

to gather up the handfuls after the reaper, and to bind 
them into sheaves. Piel part, 

to wreathe about^ as any ornament is wreathed or bound 
about any part of the body. Kal ftU. 

to bind the legs of sheep for sacrifice ; see Bochart and 
Gussetius : of Isaac bound as a sacrifice. "Kal fut, 

m. a thread, string, cord ; with which the covering of an 
open vessel is bound. 

to bind up close together. Kal •pret. ^fui. 

to bind up fiist; to bring closely together; to tie up a 
roll, to dose it : to which there seems to be an allusion 
in Isa. viii. 16. Kal •pret. ^inf. •imp. ^part. Poel. 
•ptwi. PatiL Pdal 'jpor*. si^ns m. Prov. xxvL 8 ; 
there is a difference of opinion whether this word is a 
noun or the inf. of *)?^ as above. Gresenius, a bundle, a 
bag. See Sling. Geier translates this sentence, vnclusio 
lapUli in acervo lapidumf taking '\>'>S in the same sense 
in which it is used in Job xxvi. 8, where the waters are 
represented as gathered or collected in the clouds. 
This word is used with some reference to the following 
sentence, as is frequently the case in the book of Pro- 
verbs: the giving of honour to a fbol is the forced 



oonjunotioa of two incongruous things;, aa of gems with 
common stones. 
15 *1^p to bind, in the common sense ; to restrain, to hinder firom 
operating ; to league together, to conspire ; to be bound. 



compact, or stroug. 
Patil. Peel •fut. 



Kal •preL ^imp. •fuL ^paH, 



16 DT) to bind on, the breastplate. Kal fid, 

17 Dri*l to bind, to yoke or harness. Kal imp. 

18 pjyy to bind, to chain. Pual pret. 

19 n&b^ /. a lip, an edge, a binding upon the edge of a garment. 

20 *T^b^ found only in Niphal pret. Lam. i. 14, according to the 

Hebrew interpreters^ to be fastened or bound. Targ. 
aggravatum ett. 



Gen.xxiLO. 

xxxTil7. 

xxxviiL28. 

xxxix.20. 

xLS,S. 

xliLl9. 

xlii.24. 

xliv.80. 

xlix.n. 
Exod. xii. 84. 

xxviiLSS. 

xxviiLSa. 



Lev. viiL 7. 
Num. xix.lS. 

XXX. 8. 

XXX. 8, 4^ 4, 6, 6, 
7. 8, 9. 10, U. 

XXX. IS. 
Deut.vi.8. 

xil8. 

xiv.26. 
Josh. iL 18, 2L 

ix.4. 
Judg.xv.10,18. 

XV. 18. 

XV. 18. 

xvi6. 

xvL e, 10, 18. 

xvi7,8.1^11. 

xvill. 



11 

2 

180 

8 f 

8 f 

19 

16 d 
8e 

14 e 
16 
19 
16 

4 
12 
8b 

8a 

8k 

16a 

15 a 
18 a 

16 
14 f 

8b 

8bd 

8d 

8a 

II 

8bd 



1 Sam. XXV. 29. 


18e 


2 6am. in. 84k 


8 f 


2 Kings V. 28. 


18b 


xviL4. 


8d 


XXV. 7. 


8d 


2 Chron. xxxiii. IL 


8d 


xxxvLa. 


8d 


Job V. 18. 


6d 


xxvi. 8. 


18 d 


xxviii. 11. 


6 f 


XXX. 18. 


1 


xxxi.86. 


10 


xxxvi.8. 


8 f 


xxxvilS. 


8a 


xxxviii.8L 


15 e 


xxxix.10. 


16 


xl.lS. 


60 


xli.6. 


16 


Ps. IxviiL 6. 


8 i 


cv.22. 


8b 


cvii. 10. 


8 i 


cxvni.27. 


80 


oxxix.7. 


8 


cxlvii. 8. 


U 


oxlix.8. 


Prov. ill 8. 


16 b 


vi21. 


16 b 


viLS. 


16b 


xxii.lB, 


16 d 


xxvi 8. 


14bg 


XXX. 4. 


14 a 



I8a.i6. 


6h 


viii 16. 


14 


xxiL8,8. 




XXX. 26. 




xlix.18. 


16e 


lxLl,l. 


• b.8f 


Jer.xxx.18. 




xxxix.7. 




xLl. 




1L6S. 


16 


llLll. 




Lam. L 14. 




Ezek.iii.2S. 




V.3. 


18a 


xxiv. 17. 




xxvii. 24. 




XXX. 21, 21. 


8hb 


xxxiv. 4. 




xxxiv. 16. 




I)aiLiii.2Q. 




ill. 21. 




iiL2S.24. 




Hos.iv.l«. 


14 a 


vLl. 




viil6. 




X.10. 




xiiLlf. 


14 e 


MicilS. 




Nah.iiLl8. 


18 



BIBD. 

1 ?y^ m. owner: Prov. i. 17, lit, owner of a wing. 

2 f\Z2 com. wing. 

3 ^1y m. flying fowl, a bird. 

4 tD^y m. it seems to be used as a collective noun, birds of prey : 

in Jer. xii. 9, 9, some think it means ravenous beasts. 
6 "^SB^f com. a sparrow ; any small bird, especially a singing bird ; 
used also for a bird generally : Gen. viL 14, &c • '^^^ 
Ch. m. 

Na 5 not i ncluded. 



Gen. xL 17, 19. 


8 l8a.xvi.2. 


8 Jer.xii.4L 


8 


2 Sam. xxL 10. 


8 xlvi. 11. 


4 xii.9,9. 


4 


Prov. L 17. 


1«2 Jer.iv.26. 


8 Dan.iv.8a. 


6a 


Ecoles.x.26. 


8 V.27. 


8lH06.ix.ll. 


8 



BIBTH. 

1 1^ to bring forth. KAL»tn/* Niphal *^if%f. HoPHAL«fn/. 

with D^* birthday. «>n^i^^n /. generations. 

2 rnOD /. properly things taken out of a mine, from n^a to dig ; 

hence origin, nativity. Lxx. ^/fo aov, Vulg. radi» 
tua. Syr. id. G^eenius. See also Habitation. 

8 ^&?. m. an untimely birth, an abortion, firom ^P| to fall. 

4 ^2\^ to break ; in Hiphil it is applied to the birth of a child, to 



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cause to break forth. Hifhil 
breaking forth of children. 



*fvJt. »>n3«5p f». the 



Gen.zL20. 
Bxod. zxviii. 10. 
2Kinff8xix.8. 
Job ill KL 



1 c 

Id 

4b 

S 



Ps. Iviii 8. 
Eccles. tL 8. 

viLl. 
I8a.xzxvii8. 



8 

8 

lb 

4b 



l8a.lzvi. 9. 
£zek. zTi 8. 
Hos. ix. 11. 



4a 

2 

la 



BIBTHBIGHT. 

n"1^321 /. earlier birth, seniority, primogenitore, the right of 
primogeniture. See Firztbom. The following are 
usually enumerated as the principal privileges which 
constituted the distinction of the firstborn : — i. They 
were peculiarly given and consecrated to God, Exod. 
xxii. 29. 2. They stood next in honour to their parents, 
Gen. zliz. 3. 3. Had a double portion in the paternal 
inheritance, Deut. xxi. 1 7. 4. Succeeded in the govern- 
ment of the &mily or kingdom, a Ghron. zxi. 3. 5. And 
were honoured with the office of priesthood, and the 
administration of the public worship of God. — Buth. 
Gren. XXV. 31, 32, 33, 34 ; xxvii. 36 ; xliii. 33 : i Chron. 
V. I, I, a. 

BIT. 

yt\0 m, a bit, or curb t Ps. zipdi. o. 

V V ^ 

BITE. 
IJBO to bite as a serpent, infusing venom into the blood, which 
preys upon the vitals and destroys a man ; figuratively 
applied to pernicious error, which infects the mind, Mic. 
iii. 5 ; to oppressive measures, which consume the wealth 
and power of a nation, Jer. viii. 1 7 ; to usury. Kal 
^pret, ^fut. ^paH. Pod. *part, Patil. Piel *pret. *fut. 



Gen.xlix.17. 


c 


Prov. xxiiL 82. 


b 


Amos ix« 8. 


a 


Num. xxLe. 


f 


Bodes. X. 8, 11. 


b 


Mic. iii. 6. 


c 


xxiS. 


d 


Jer. viii. 17. 


e 


Hab.iL7. 


c 


xxL9. 


a 


Amos V. 19. 


a 







BITTBB, 

1 y\p to be bitter, in bitterness; figuratively applied to the 
severity of sufferings, of sorrow ; to be 'bitter of soul* is 
. to be exasperated, angry; disgusted, uneasy, discon- 
tented ; exceedingly sorrowful. BIal •jpre^. *»/m<. Pibl 
«/irf. HiPHiL ^pret. *inf, ^^'Q adj. snn^ / bitter- 
ness. »» n5«io /. id. » Dn*io m. pi bitter herbs. ^ 'T")? 
a<^. bitter, poisonous. * n^"\nr) /. sadness, grief. "» IDO 
m. sadness. » Dn*iQ 9 m. pi. bitternesses, otonnpn m. 
pi. id. 

8 mo to be perverse, refractoiy; to rebeL Kal ^part. Poel, 
2 Kings xiv. 26. Gesenius and FUrst, was very perverse, 
t.e. stubborn, incurable. *» no m. rebellion: Job xx iii. 2. 
Ftirst gives to this root the primary idea of murmur, 
and in this passage the meaning of grievousness or 
severity: Gtesenius, outcry. 



Gen. xxvii 84. 


1 f 


iSam.ilO. 




Tjob XXL 25. 


1 f 


Exod. L 14 


1 c 


XV. 82. 




xxiiL2. 


2 b 


xii.8. 


1 i 


2 Sam. ii 26. 




Ps. briv. 8. 




XV. 28. 


1 f 


2 Kinffs xiv. 26. 
Esth. iv. 1. 




Prov. V. 4. 




Kuin.v.l8.19.28.ti 






xiv. 10. 




24,27. 


1 f 


JobilLSO. 




xvii. 25. 


Im 


ix.ll. 


1 1 


viLU. 




xxvii, 7. 




Beat, xxxii 24> 


Ik 


ix.18. 




Eocles. vii 26. 




xxxiL82. 


Ih 


x.1. 




Isa. V. 20, 20. 




KuthLsa. 


Id 


xiiiSew 




xxii4. 


1 e 



Isa. xxiv. 9. 

xxxiii. 7. 
xxxviiil5. 
xxxviiL 17. « 
Jer. iL 19. 
iv.18. 



lb 
1 f 
1 f 
la f 
1 f 
1 f 



Jer. vi 26. /I 

XXXL16./I 

Lam. l4y 

ilLlS. 
Ezek.iiL14. 

xxL6. 



lo 
lo 
la 
1 i 
1 f 
1 1 



Ezek.xxviL80,Sl,8Ll f 
Hos. xii. 14. 1 o 

AmosviiLlO. - 1 f 
Hftb. 16. r f 

Zepb.Ll4 1 f 

Zech. xii IQ, 10. 1 e 



aUt.l had bitterness, bitterness, 
bitter to her. 



/II«.ofbitteme8MB. yUCitii 



BITTEBN. 

*Tbj7 m. usually considered the name of some wild bird, bat 
according to Bochart, the hedgehog ; Gussetius, a badger. 
The connection however in which it is used makes it 
more probable that a bird of the heron kind is intended. 
Isa. xiv. 23 ; xxxiv. 11 : Zeph. ii. 14. 

BIiAOE. 

1 )i^K m. darkness, obscurity. 

2 ?I^n to be dark, black. Kal prd. 

3 "^pS to be heated or scorched like an oven. Niphal ^pref, 

^ Dnntpa m. pi. the burning heat of a day or events 
comp. Mai. iv. i, or obscurations, eclipses of the sun, 
tempests, &c. ; Job iii. 5, marg. * or, let them terrify it, 
as those (who have) a bitter day :' taking 3 as a prefix 
before Dn^^Q bitterness. 

4 THTjib /. a kind of stone used in tesselated pavement. 

5"l^'^Kd m. this word has usually been considered the same as 
mf a pot> the blackness of a pot, M inserted ; but the 
interpretation now adopted is that proposed by Aben- 
Ezra, which retains the proper meaning of n^"»«B beauty, 
shining reddish countenance: to ' gather blackness' may 
be rendered, to withdraw comeliness, which well describes 
the cause of paleness as to be traced to internal emotion 
of mind and anticipations of danger. 

6 y]p to be black, as the skin discoloured by the sun ; used also 

of the day, of the sun and moon: metaph. to be in a 
sordid depressed condition. KAL^pret. *» pari. PoeL 
HiTHPAKL "pret. ^ nnig /. obscurity (of the heavens), 
darkness. 

7 Ity^ to be of a dark, swarthy, dusky colour. Kal *prei. 

b nh^ adj. black. « nnh-jntJ ac^j, f. blackish, used of 

the colour of the skin. 

Lev. xiii 81, 87. 
1 Kings xviii 45. 
EsthTi. 6. 
Job iii. 5. 

vil6. 

XXX. 80. 
Prov. viL 9. 

BLADE. 
3n^ m. a flame; figuratively the blade of a «word: Judg. iii. 
22, 22, 

BLAIN. 
nVay^S /. pi. an inflamed tumour upon the body : Exod. ix. 9, 10. 

BLAME. 

^^^ to sin ; to bear the blame : m;. ^ of the person, peceart 
cUicui, to be a sinner to any one, and lose his favour. 
Kal pret. Gen. xliii 9; xliv. 33. 



7b 


Cant.i5. 


7b 


Jer. xiv. t. 


6a 


e 


i6. 


7o 


Lam. iv. 8. 




4 


v.ll. 


7b 


v.lO. 


8a 


8b 


Iaa.L8. 


6d 


Joel ii 6. 




6b 


Jer. iv. 28. 


6a 


Nah.ii.lO. 




7a 

1 


viii 21. 


6a 


Zech. vi 2, 6. 


71> 



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n^ to be deur; innocent. Niphal prd, J«dg. zr. 3. «p^ 
a<^'. pure ; iimuoent ; dear^ <iuit^ ^r^ from blame : Gen. 
xlir. 10: Josh. ii. 17. 

BIiASFHEMS* 

1 ^3 to bless ; sometimes the word means to blaspheme, to- 
curse; not from its natural force, but because pioua 
persons of old accounted blasphemy so abominable, thai 
they abhorred to express it by ifca proper name ; and 
therefore, by an tuphemitmui or decent manner of speak- 
ing, instead of 'curse God,* said 'bless Gbd.' See also 
Curf, In I Kings xxi. 10, 13, the accusers are said to 
baye accused Naboth of some blasphemous imprecation 
against God, which they would describe by saying he 
blessed God, in a way that was underatood by hia judges. 
SuphemitmuM. is a figure of speech which only appliea to 
language where the subject and other circumstances 
make the meaning of the speaker sufSoiently eiddent. 
TiXLpreL 

± f(Jl to reproach, to revile ; to treat oontumeliously by words 
or deeds ; always used of blaspheming God : joined with 
t\y^ it denotes the highest degree of reproach and blas- 
phemy that can be offared to God : 2 Kings idx. aa. 
PiSL^jprtf. ^parL 

a ^rr to reproach,, rail on,, bla^heme.. PiBL pret. 

4 ftp to treat with scorn and contumely, to irritate, to pro- 
voke to anger. See Abhor, Provoke. Pucl ^pret. ^inf, 
^fvi. HiTHFOLiL ^pari, • n^^jr: /. contumely, reproach. 
' n^2fHl /. pi. provocations, reviling. 

6 3^ to pierce ; to note or mark with dishonour or infiuny, to 
stigmatizo^ t» blaspheme, to cune : the «se of this word 
to mark more •^>eeially the blasphemy to be pimiBhed 
by stoning (Ldt» xxir. 33), u thought by Giissetius to 
imply that the fearful name of Jehovah was oppro- 
briously profaned, and that a greater guilt was incurred 
than that referred to in ver. 15, wbere V^^ is used. 



IiOTLXZlrai. 

xxiv. 16, 16. 
2 B«n. xiL 14. 
1 Kings xxi 10, IS. 
2Kingaziz.S. 



&b 

Sea 

4ba 

1 

46 



ftKinnxiz.6^2SL 
Pb. xlTv. 16. 

Ixxiv. 10. 

lxxiv.18. 

iMLXlXViLS* 



2a 
2b 
40 
4a 
4e 



Isa. zzxiiL 6, 28. 2a 

liL5. 4d 

Ixv. 7. 8 

Ezek. XX. 87. 2 a 

XXXV. 12. 4 f 



BLAST. 
riDCb /. breath, a blast : 3 Sam. xxii. 16 : Job iv. 9 : Ps. xviiL 
«5. 
rpn com. breath, wind ; Ezod. xv. 8 : 1 Kings xix. 7 : Isa. 
XXV. 4 ; xxxvii. 7. 

BLASTZII>» 

1 HD^^ /. •^ field : Isa. xxxvii. 27, (as coni^ blasted : this pUbce 
may be thua rendered, ' and as a field before there is 
standing com in it :' see Ovow up^ Cocceius and Alex- 
ander. Otherwise it may be put for noiv) in the 
parallel passage, a Kings xix. 26. 

» ^e^ to bum, bla^en, blast, blight Kal •port. Paiil. 
b n^i«3 /. bUwting, bHght, e. g, of giain> by the east 
wind. • ]Stjt5 m. i<L 



OeiLxli.6.28,27. 
Deut. xzviiL 22. 
1 Kings viii. 87. 



2a|2Eii^zix.96L 
2 e 8 Ohit>n.Ti 28. 
2 ol-JsiLXZXviL27. 



2b|ijnosiv.8i 
2 c Hag.ai7. 



20 

20 



BLEATING* 
7\p ». vwce : x Sam. xv. 14. 
n^p^K^ /. pi. bleatings ; hissing : Judg. v. 16 ; here it may mean 
the piping of the herdsmen with their flocks. Lxx. 0^ 
pi^/Aor.' 

BLEMISH. 

t 7^^ ». found onlj^ in Lev. xxi. 20, having a white q>ot (Xt^- 
Ktffia) in his eye. Vulg. alhvgintm AaifM im, oeulo. 
Comp, Tobit iL 9 ; iii. 1 7 ; vi. 8, where the Hebrew inter- 
preter has rendered the Gceek Af ^w/ui by this word.— - 
Oesemiut, 

» D^ m. any defect or blenush in the body. • D^MQ m. id, 

8 D^DJn oof/, perfect, "without blemish." 



Exodxiift. 




Lev.zxi.2a. 


1 


Deutxv.21.2L 




xxix. 1. 




xxiLl9. 


a 


xviLl. 




Lev.L8.10. 




xxii. 20. 21. 25. 


2 


2 S&m. xiv. 25. 




iiLl.6. 




xxiiL 12, 18. 


8 


Ezek. xliiL 22. 28. 23^ 




iv. 8, 28, 28, 82. 




xxiv. 19. 20. 


2 


25. 




V. 15k 18. 




Nmn.vi 1^14^14 


8 


xiv. 18. 28. 




vi.6. 




xix. 2. 


2 


xlvL4.4flkfl;il» 




ix.2.8. 




xxviiL 19, 81. 


8 


Dan.L4. 




xiv. 1% l«c 




xxix. 2. 8. 18. 2(^28, 




L4.X 


2a 


xxLl7,18,a.21,28. 




28.82^ 86. 
BLESS. 


8 







1 *)C^ to walk straight on : the word that s%ntfies to gey sig- 

nifies also to be happy or blessed, because our way or 
motion showeth what our end onTest shall be ; outr hs^- 
piness in the end lieth virtually in our way. — Tajfior, 
Piel, to call blessed. Pual^ to be blessed. Phl *pni. 
^fut. PuAL «pree. ^ '7^ m. pi, eoHst. blessedsssses : 
this word is always iqiplied: to man ; T\y\ to bless, to 
€rod and man. Bleasedness is attributed te maa under 
the several names by wUch man is expressed in Hebrew : 
«>^3H Jobv. 17: «J'«Ps. i. i: Di^ Pb. xxxiL x: and 
121 Ps. xciv. 13. 

2 ?|^2L to kneel ; to kneel for prayer j pxaise, &c., hence t» praise, 

to thank, to salute, to wish well to. The most exten- 
sive use and meaning is found in Piel ;. in Hitbpael, it 
is used of the wicked blessing himself in the persuasion 
that he shall have peace and fitvour, Deut. xxix. 19; and 
of the Gentiles blessing themselves, or rejcMcing in and 
receiving all the blessings of the promised redemption. 
Gen. xxii. 18 ; xxvi. 4. A bkssing is a bountiful gift, 
as the word §tKoyla is used in 2 Cor. ix. 5. The blessed 
of (Heb. to) the Lord (Ps. cxv. 15) are blessed with all 
solid and permanent felicity ef every kind ; aathe people 
of Grod are blessed above all other people. Peat. vii. 14; 
Christ is the blessed seed of Abraham, and the fountain 
of all blessing,. Ps. cxviii^ 36. The werd is used in 
various waya of one blessing another in different rela- 
tions ; of the consecration of a sacrifiee, i Sam. ix. 15. 
Opposed to ^^ Prov. xxx. 1 1 ; te yy^ Gen. xii. 3. As 
a salutation, it is used by one arriving or departing; 
to one arriving or departing. Kal * inf. ^part. PaUl. 
Niphal « pret. ToL^prtt. •mf, ^imp, f/ut, ^part, 
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Geii.L28,28. 
iiS. 
V.2. 
w.1. 
ix.2e. 
zii.2,2. 
xiL 8, 8, S. 
xiv. 19. 19. 
xiv.20. 
xiriL 16^ 16^ 20. 
zriiLlS. 
xxiL 17. 17. 
xxii. 18. 
zxiy.1.85. 
xxiv. 27, 81. 
zxiy. 48. 60. 
XXV. 11. 
xxvi.8.12. 
XXTi4.ai 
xxTi.24. 
xxvi29. 
xxTiL 4.7.10^ 19. 28, 

26.81. 2g 

xxyu.l2.85.S^86. 2 r 



xxviL27, 27. 
xxvii. 29. 29. 
XXVU.80. 
XXTiL88.88. 
XXVU.84 
xxvu.88.88. 
XXTiL41,41. 
xxTiiLl.8. 
xxviii. 4. 
xxTiii6,8. 
xxviii. 14 
XXX. 18. 
XXX. 27, 80. 
xxxi. 66. 
xxxii.2e. 
xxxii.29. 
xxxiiL 11. 
XXXV. 9. 
xxxix. 6, 6. 
xlviL 7. 10. 



Ch. Fal opaH, pasaive. Pael ^prd, ^jfort. » njna /. 
blessing ; a gift or present. 

8r 
2r 

U 

2 f 

If 

Id 
Id 

f! 

2k 
8r 
Id 
Id 
lo 
2b 
2d 
2k 

S» 
!S 

J? 
2b 

le 

2 f 

2m.l b 
2b 



2k 
2k 

IS 

2gr 

2ff ho 

Jgb 

Sb 

2d 

20 

•II 

2d 
2b 

If 
II 

2d 
Xb 



2pd 

2bh 

2e 

2rf 
2rd 
2k 
2 r 
2de 
2 

1 a 
2g 

IS 

2g 

2 r 

2gr 
2g 



xlviii 3. 9. 15, 16. 

20. 20. 2 g 

xlix. 26, 26, 26. 

26. 2 g p r r 

xlix.26.26. 2 r 

xlix. 28. 28. 28. 2grd 



Sxod. xii. 82. 

xviii.10. 

XX. 11. 24. 

xxiiL26. 

xxxiL29. 

xxxix. 48. 
Lev. ix. 22, 28. 

XXV. 21. 
Vvaai. vi 28, 8i 27. 

xxiL6.6L 

zxiLl2. 

xxiu. 11. 

xxiiL20,20. 

xxiiL26. 

xxiv. 1. 

xxiv. 9. 9. 

xxiv. 10. 
Deut. i 11. 

iL7. 

viil8.18. 

viL14. 

viiLlO. 

X.8. 

xi. 86, 27, 29. 

xii. 7. 

xiL16. 

xiv.24k29. 

XV. 4. 

XV. 10. 

XV. 6. 14 18. 

xvi.l0^U. 

xvLl7. 

xxi. 6. 

xxiiLS. 

xxiii.20. 

xxiv. 18. 

xxiv. 19. 

xxvi. 16. 

zzvii.J2. 

zxniL2. 



2d 

2b 
2d 
2d 
2r 

!« 
2 r 
2 

'lb 

2de 
2ed 

2 e 
2bh 
2ed 

IS 

2d 
2b 
2d 
2e 
. 2p 
2d 
2p 

2eg 

19 
2g 
8 r 
2e 
2r 

IS 
I? 

8e 
8r 



Deut xxviiL9,9,4 
6,flL6. 

xxviii. 8. 8. 

xxviii. 18. 

xxix.19. 

XXX. 1. 19. 

XXX. 16. 

xxxiii. 1. 1. 

xxxiiiU. 

xxxiii. 18. 

xxxiii. 20. 24. 

xxxiii. 28. 
Josh. viiL 88. 

viiLS4. 

xiv.18. 

XV. 19. 

xviLl4. 

xxii. 6, 7, 88. 

xxiv. 10. 
Judg. L U. 

V.9. 

V.24 24. 

xiii24. 

xviL2. 
Buth ii. 4. 

ii. 19. 20. 

iii.lO. 

iv.14. 
lSam.iL20. 

ix.18. 

XV. 18. 

xxiiL21. 

XXV. 27. 



8b 
8rd 
8e 
8 1 
8 r 
8d 
8rd 
8 f 
2k 
2b 
2« 
2e 
2r 
2g 
2r 
2d 

• ** 
2 r 
2 f 
2 i 

n 
If 

2b 
2b 
2d 

If 

2b 
2 r 



XXV. 82. 88, 88, 89. 2 b 



xxvi. 26. 
2 Sam. ii. 6. 

vi. 11.18. 

vi.12. 

vi.20. 

vii. 29. 29, 29. 

viii.lO. 

xiiL26. 

xviii. 28. 

xix.89. 

xxi. 8. 

xxii. 47. 
lKing8i.47. 

iL46. 

V.7. 

viii.14.66.66. 

viii. 16. 66. 

X.9. 
2 Kings V. 16. 
1 Chron. iv. 10. 

xiii.14. 

xvi. 2. 

xvi.86. 

xvi48. 

xvii. 27. 27, 27. 2edk 



2b 
2b 

19 

2e 

2fri 
2e 



I? 

2b 
2e 
2b 
2b 
2b 

If 

2b 

2 P 

2eg 

2g 

If 

2e 



xxiiLl8. 

xxvi. 6. 

xxix. 10. 10. 

xxix. 20. 20. 
2 Chron. iL 12. 

vi.8. 

vi4. 

ix.8. 

XX. 26. 

XXX. 27. 

xxxi. 8. 

xxxi. 10. 
Ezra vii. 27. 
Neh. vUi. 6. 

ix. 6, 6,^ 6. 

xi.8. 

xiiL2. 
Job L 10. 

L21. 

xxix.ll. 

xxix. 18. 

xxxi. 20. 

xliL12. 

P».Ll. 

iL12. 

iiL8. 

V.12. 

X.8. 

xvi 7. 

xviiL46. 



2e 

2d 

8gb 

Vf 
If 

2b 
8d 

S« 
IS 
2b 
2g 

2 r 
2d 
2k 
lb 
2p 
2d 
2d 
Id 
Id 
2 r 

IS 
If 



Ffe.zzL9,flL 

zxiv.6. 

ZXVL12. 

xxviii 6. 

xxviii 9. 

xxix. 11. 

txxi.21. 

xxxii. 1. 8. 

xxxiii 18. 

xxxiv.l. 

xxxiv. 8. 

xxxvii22. 

xxxvii26.y 

xl.4. 

xli.l. 

xU.2. 

xii 18. 

xlv.2. 

xlix. 18. 

Ixii. 4. 

Ixiii4. 

lxv.4. 

Ixv. 10. 

IxviS. 

Ixvi20. 

liviil.6,7. 

Ixviiil9,86. 

Ixviii 2& 

lxxiil7,17. 

Ixxu. 18. 19. 

lxxxiv.4.6,12. 

Ixxxix. 16. 

lxxxix.62. 

xciv. 12. 

xcvi2. 

0.4. 

ciii 1, 2, 20, 21, 82; 
22. 

civ. 1, 86. 

cvi. 8. 

cvi.48. 

evil. 88. 

cix. 17. 

cix. 28. 

cxii. 1. 

oxii. 2. 

cxiii2. 

cxv. 12, 12; 12, 18, 



Id 
Id 
2b 
Id 
2 f 
2 f 



Id 
2b 

If 
!S 

2 i 
2k 



18. 
cxv. 16. 
oxviii. 26, 26. 
oxix.1, 2. 
cxix. 12. 
cxxiv. 6. 
cxxviii. 1. 
cxxviii. 4. 
cxxviii. 6. 
cxxix. 8.8. 
cxxxiil6. 
cxxxiiiS. 
cxxxiv. 1. 8. 
oxxxiv. 3. 



8bd 
Id 
2b 
2b 
Id 
2 i 

2rS 

2eg 

2 r 

f 



cxxxv.19,19,20,20. 2 r 



oxxxv. 21. 

cxliv. 1. 

cxlv.1.2.10.21. 

cxlvii 18, 
Prov. iii. S3. 

V.18. 

viii. 32. 84. 

x.6.7,Ya2. 

xi.11,26. 

XX. 7. 

XX. 21. 

xxii 9. 

xxiv. 26. 

xxviil4 

xxviii 20. 

XXX. 11. 

xxxi 28. 
Eooles. X. 17. 
Cant. vi. 9. 
lBa.xix.24 

xix.26,6 26. 

XXX. 18. 

xxxii 20. 

xUv.8. 

U.2. 

lvi2. 

Ixi9. 



2b 
2b 

IS 
If 

Id 
2 r 
2r 
Id 
2 i 
2 i 
2r 
2h 
2 r 

ff 

Id 
lb 
2 r 
2db 
Id 
Id 
2 r 

IS 

• 2d 



l8a.lxv.8. 2r 

Ixv. 16, 16. 8nm 

Ixv. 88. 8 b 

lxvi8. 8h 

Jer.iv.8. 8 1 

xvii 7. 8 b 

XX.14 8 b 

xxxi28. 2 g 

a Ut. shall bless themselves. 

e<<<. shall bless him. 



Eiek. iii 12. 
xxxiv. 26,26. 

xliv. 30. 
Dan. iil9. 
ii20. 
iii 28. 
iv.34 
xii 12. 



8 b 
8r 
8 r 
8p 
8q 
8o 

!S 



Joeliil4 




Hag.iil9. 
Zech.viU.18. 






xi6. 




Maiii8. 




iii 10. 




iii 18. 





/I Ml. they shaU bless. 



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BLIND, BLINDNESS. 
D^\3p fti. pi. blindness, or confusion of sight ; Lxx. iopturia, so 
that everything appears wrong, inflicted by the sud- 
den and immediate stroke of God : pr. dazzled blind- 
nesses. Ch. £Bituity of vision. Syr. with illusions. 
injf to make blind ; to draw, as it were, a skin or film over 
the sight ; to be in the condition of one who hath hia 
sight so obscured ; or, to dig out the «yes. PiKL 
'^fut. ^ "^B? a4i- blind ; metaph. used of men who walk 
in the darkness of ignorance or of misery. ' ]^'^l'^ v^ 
*n*3jy/. blindness. 
D^ to hide. BiFEiLfut. 

1 1 Deut xxviii. 29. 
2 b 1 Sam. xii 8. 
8 a 2 Sam. v. 6, 8. 8. 
8 b 2 Kings vi. 18, 18a 
2 b Job xxix. 16. 
2 d I Ps. cxlvi. 8. 
Isa. xxix. la 
XXXV. 5. 

xlii 7, 16. 18. 19, 19, 
19. 2 b 

a lU. with blindnesses. 



Oen.xix.ll.a 
Exod. iv. 11. 

xxiii8. 
Lev. xix. 14 

xxi. la 

xxii 22. 
Deut. XV. 21. 

xvi 19. 

xxvii. la 

xxviii 28. 



2b 
2a 
2b 
2o 



2b 


I8a.xliii8. 


2b 


3 


Iviia. 


2b 


2b 


Iix.l0. 


2b 


1 


Jer.xxxi.8. 


2b 


2b 


Lam. iv. 14 


2b 


2b 


Zeph. i 17. 


2b 


2b 


Zech.xii4 


2o 


2b 


Ma].i8. 


2b 



BLOOD, BLOODTHIBSTT, BLOODOUILTY. 

1 ^^^K m. a man. 

8 D^ blood ; the guilt of murder ; any atrocious crime, especially 
in the plural ; ' bloody,* ffeb. of bloods. 

3 HD*^ to be like, or, to be silent, quiet ; from which may bo 

deduced Ezek. xix.io, marg. 'or, in thy quietness, or, in 
thy likeness.* 

4 rnn m. (see Strength,) Isa. IxiiL 3, " and their blood shall bo 

sprinkled,** &c. ; ver. 6, "and I will bring down their 

strength to the earth.** In both places the same word 

is used : blood seems to be intended, and here meami 

the purest heart's blood, in which the strength or life 

of the body consists. Henderson says it properly signi« 

fies the juice or liquor which is spirted from the grape. 

No. 2 not induded, except where the plural is rendered as a singular. 

Gen. iv. 10, 11.* 
Exod. iv. 26, 26. 

xxii. 2. 8. 
Lev. xii 4 6, 7. 

XX. 9, 11. 12. 18, 16, 
18,27. 
Deut. xix. 10. 

xxii 8. 

1 Sam. XXV. 26, 83. 

2 Sam. iii. 28. 
xvi 7. 8, 8. 
xxi 1. 

1 Kings ii. 6. 6. 31. 88. 

2 Kings ix. 7. 7, 26, 26. 
1 Chron. xxii 8. 

xxviii 8. 

BLOOM, BLOSSOM. 

1 Y?. ^' ^loBSO™", buddings. 

8 rnB to grow, to bud, to flourish in all the stages and forma of 



2 


2 Chron. xxiv. 26. 




£zek.vii23. 8 


2 


P8.V.6. 




lx.9. a 




ix.12. 




xvi. 6. 6.6,9.86; 8 




xxvi 9. 




xviii 13. 8 




Iil4 




xix. 10. 1 8 




lv.23. 




xxii 8. 8 




lix.2. 




xxiv. 6. 9. 8 




cvi 38. 




Hos.i4 8 




oxxxix.19. 




iv. 2. 2. a 




Prov. xxix. 10. 


1.2 


xii 14 i 




Isa. i 16. 




Mic. iii. 10. 8 




iv.4 




vii. 2. 8 




ix.6. 




Nah. iii. 1. 8 




xxvi. 21. 




Hab.ii.8.12;l7. 8 




xxxiii 16. 




Zech.ix.7. 8 




Ixiii8. 







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▼egetation, aooording to the nature of each tree and 
plant. BIal •♦V- **/«'• *^"^? *»• * ^^d, flower, 
blossom, the product of yegetation. 
yXi to put forth flowers, to blossom. TLkl *pret. Hifhil 
^fia, •y'? m. a flower. 



Gen.xLlO. 


1 l8a.v.24 


Num. XTiL S. 


2 b xxviLe. 


XTiL8,8. 


8 b c zxxv. 1. 



So 
Sb 
2b 



I I§a. XXXV. 2. 
Ezek. viL 10. 
Uab. iii 17. 



Sab 
8a 
8b 



BLOT, BLOT OUT. 

1 DID m. any defect or blemish in the body. • D^MD m. id, 
S nms to wipe off, to wash out as ink might be ; see Ifdc ; wmp, 
• Num. Y. 33, to blot out or erase, to blot out or pardon. 
This word seems to imply both the blotting out of sin as 
a debt, and the wiping away or cleansing of the pollu- 
tion of sin. The prophet Isaiah (xliv. 21) uses two words 
to express sin in this view, 3^^B and MBH ; the former 
applies more especially to open sins, and particularly to 
idolatry ; the latter to sins of the heart So the ideas 
of wiping out and blotting out are there f\irther illus- 
trated by sin being compared to a cloudy either a thick 
or lighter cloud. See Vitringa in loc. KaIi •prrf. 
^inf. ^imp. ^fut, •part. Poel. Niphal '/trf. Hiphil 



9fut. 



Exod.xxxiL88. 


SO 




8d 


Num. T. 88. 


8a 


Deatix.14 


8d 


XZT.19. 


8d 


xxix.SO. 


8a 



8 Kinp xir. 87. 
Neh. IV. 6. 
Job xxxi 7. 
Pb.1L 1.9. 

lxix.28. 

cix.18,14. 



8b 
8 f 
la 
8c 
8 f 
8 f 



Prov.ix.7. 


1 


Isa. xliii. 2B. 


8e 


xliv. 28. 


8a 


Jer.xviiiSS. 


2g 



BLOW. 

mtfl /. strife, contention, conflict : Ps. zxziz. lo. 
rQD /. % smiting, stroke, plague : Jer. ziy. 17. 



1 ^V} 

3 yoj 

-T 

6 3tSb 



7 


^?9 

ma 


8 


jn 


9 


ygn 



BLOW (7.) 
to sound a trumpet. Hifhil part, 
the same. Piel part, 
to remove, to go forth ; peculiarly applied to a wind issuing 

forth, sent forth, discharged, or driving forward with 

violence, from God. Hiphil ^itf. 
to breathe, to blow ; to blast, to blow upon ; to blow up, 

to blow away. Kal •prei. ^inf, 'ixirt. PoeL Pual 

^pret, 

to breathe, to blow (of the wind) ; to blast or dissipate by 
blowing ; seq. 1 upon. Kal •pret. Hiphil ^fut, 

to blow with violence. KAL|>rei. 

to blow upon, to breathe out with a degree of vehemence 
or force ; aeq. 3 to kindle up a fire. Hifhil *%mp. ^fut, 

to cry aloud, to blow (with a trumpet), to blow an alarm. 
HiFHTL •jwrt. *» n^^'^n /. blowing of trumpets. 

to blow in a trumpet, with a or without ; in Num. x. 6, 7, 
'\}f\^ 9^n to blow the trumpet once (as a signal for 
calling the people together), is distinguished from 
3^^!? and n^^iri 9)?^ to sound an alarm (as a signal 
for moving). Kal •jwd. ^imf, '>imp, ^fut, •part, 
NiFHAL ^fvA. 



Exod. XV. 10. 


8 


Lev. Txiii. 24. 


8b 


Num. X. 8. 6, 10. 


Oa 


X. 4.7.8. 


Od 


x.6,6. 


Oad 


X.9. 


8a 


xxix.1. 


8b 


xxxLS. 


8b 


Josh- vi 4^80. 


9d 


via. 18. 


9a 


vi. 9, 9. 


Oeb 


vil8,18. 


Oab 


Judg.iiL27. 


9d 


vi84 


9d 


ViL 18. 18. 


9a 


viil9.22. 


9d 


ViL 80, 80. 


9db 



iSanLziiLS. 


Oa 


Isa.xl.7. 


6a 


8 Sam. IL 28. 


Od 


xL84 


8 


xviiLlO. 


9d 


Uv.18. 


4 


XX. 1,22. 


Od 


Jer. iv. S. 





iKingsLSl 


Oa 


vLl. 





L88. 


Od 


1L27. 





8King8ix.lS. 


Od 


EEek.viL14 


Oa 


XL14. 


Oe 


XXL8L 


7b 


1 Chron. xv. 81« 


1 


xxiLSO. 


4b 


xv.24.'3 


8 


xxiLSL 


4a 


Job XX. 28. 


4d 


xxxiiL8»8. 


Oa 


P8.1xxviiLa8. 


8 


Hos.v.8. 





IxxxLS. 


Oc 


Joel iL 1. 15. 





cxlviLlS. 


6b 


AmosiiLO. 


Of 


Cant iv. 18. 


7a 


HaK.LO. 
ZedLix.14 


4a 


l8a.xviiL8. 


Ob 


Od 


xxviLlS. 


f 







a Ut, were trumpeting. 

BLITB. 

rn^n /. wound, bmlse, causing blueness : Prov. zx. 30, or stripes 
(and) wounds. 
JO^ m. white marble ; also fine white linen : Esth. L 6, marg, 
* marble.' 

ft?^ /. a shell-fish ; bluish purple, azure, sky-colour ; according 
to Maimonides, "this colour is like the firmament;*' 
also cloth or thread so coloured ; Lxx. generally ddUciytfor, 
^€uciy0lpos ; so Jerome, Yulg. This colour distinguished 
the drees of princes, &c., imported from remote countries, 
and is supposed to have been procured from the juice of 
a purple shell-fish in the Mediterranean sea, conchyliuih 
of the ancients, helix ianthina. Linn. ; or from indigo. 
This word is almost constantly joined with }^l']^ reddish 
purple : Exod. xxv. 4, &c. • 



BLUNT. 
nnp to be set on edge, as teeth ; lo be bkmted, as iron. 



PuL 



pret, Ecdes. x. la 

BLT78H. 
Dps see Ashamed, Niphal pret. Ezra ix. 6. inf, Jer. viii. ii, 
lit, they knew not to blush. HiPHn« itrf, Jer. vi. 15. 

BOAB. 

*l^|n m. swine, Ps. Ixxx. 13, which devours and destroys an 
immense quantity of grapes, when it finds its way into a 
vineyard. 

BOABD, 

lyO m, a smooth even board, or plank of wood: Exod. xxviL 8; 
xxxviiL 7 : Cant. viii. 9 : Ezek. xxvii. 5. 

y?^ /. a rib ; hence beams or planks in a ceiling, which are «■ 
the ribs of a house : i Kings vi. 15, 16. 

Chp a board or plank : fr^uent in the book of Exodus, as 
used of the boards of the tabernacle, made to be compact 
or fastened together, which is probably the primary 
meaning of the root; and in Num. iii. 36; iv. 31: 
Exod. xxvi. 15, &c. 

rt^^b^ /. row, rank, of soldiers, of stories or chambers : i Kings vi. 
9, marg. * ceilings ;' " and covered the house with beams 
and boards of cedar ;** Heb. and covered the house, the 
vaultings (see Beame)^ and the piazzas or doisters, with 
cedar. 

BOAST. 
1 *ipK to speak, say, &o. ; to speak emphatically, to relate as 

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great ; hence, in Hithpael, to talk big, to boa«t, to speak 
of oneself as great in any respect Hithfael/ii^. 

9 7^1 to be great. Hiphil, to magnify : fut. 

8 /vH to shine ; to make oneself shine, to boast of oneself!. PiSL 
•prrf. HiTHPAKL »»/li<. cpojt. 

4 *)p^ to change ; to be changed or substituted in the place of 
another. Hithpael f\U. Isa. bd. 6, lU. in their glory 
shall ye substitute yourselves : see Alexander in loa 
Hie interpretation sanctioned by ancient versions and 
our own, supposes the form ^^^ip? to be used lor "^PHnn* 

6 *133 to be hea^ ; to honour, to honour oneself. HipHiL ir^, 

*)KB to adorn, to beautify. Hithpaxl, to boast oneself to 
glojy, with Vy. fut, 

U 



1 Kingai xx. 11. 

2 Chron. zxv. 19. 

xixiv. %, ■ 

zUv.6. 



Sb 

5 

^.» 
8b 



PB.xlix.e. 
liLl. 
xciv, 4. 
xcviL7. 



8 a Prov. XX. 14 



8 b Prov. XXV. 14 
8 b xxviLl. 
1 Isa. X. 16. 
8 o * Ixi 6. 
8 b Eiek. zxxv. 18. 



BOOHIH. 

T\yi to weep* Kal paH. Pod, Judg. ii. x, 5, marg, 'weepers.' 

BODT. (See also PIX» DBAD). 

J |t?3 /. belly, the womb. 

8 ^^^ ^ 4c8h ; the human body. 

8 3j| any part of a ^ing which rises above the rest ; metaph, 
eminence in point of argument or evidence. Jobxiii. la, 
13, your repeating of wise sayings is dust, your best 
arguments are but heaps of clay ; your eminences for 
eminenoeif <^ play ; or the word implying that which is 
strong and solid, it is here asserted that the solidity of 
their arguments is that of day. G^enius, bulwarks, 
intrenchpient. 

'4 \3 m. the bapk. • m| /. the body. »> nn j /. a body, a carcase. 

6 n&^ /. a dead body, corpse, so called from its hollowness. * ^l 

m. body ; rendered in our version, " by himself,'' m/org* 
•with his body,' E^^od. xxi. 3, 3, 4. 
J D^, Cb. m. the body, 

7 ?n)^ /• the thigh* 

8 n?3!i /. a carcase, bereft of life and fallen to the ground. 

id t\yi} Ch. m. a sheath : trvp. of the body, the sheath of the 
spirit. 

10 t^fiS com. the soul, life, ^. Sometimes of the mere body. 

11 DV}^ /. a bone ; the body in its strength. Lam. iv. 7 ; the body 

of heaven, the perfection, the highest degree of it, the 
sky in its clearness, Exod. xxiv. 10. 

12 *)KC^ m. see Fle$h : pr. remains. 



Oen. xlviL 18. 4 b 

Exod. xxi. 3, 3, 4 5 a 

xxiv. 10. 11 

Lev. xxi. ll.a 10 

Num. vi. 6.^ 10 

ix. 6, 7, 10. 10 

xix. 13.y 10 

Deut. xxi 2S. 8 

xxviii 4 11. 18. 5S. 1 

XXX. 9. 1 

Judg. viii 80. 7 

lSam.xxxL10.12,12.4b 

1 Chron. x. 12. 12. 

«M.soatooC the dead. 



Neh. ix. 87. 


4b 


Job xiii 12. 12. 




xix. 17. 




XX. 28. 


4a 


Fs. Ixxix. 2. 




ex. 6. 


4b 


cxxxiL 11. 




Prov. V. 11. 


12 


Iaa.x.18. 




xxvil9. 




li.23. 




Jer. xxyL 28. 


8 


xxxiv.20. 


8 



4 b I Jer. xzxvl. 80. 
Lun. iv. 7. 
Ezek. i. 11. 28. 

X.12. 
Dan. iii 27, 28. 

iv.88. 

V.21. 

vii.ll. 

viil6. 

X.6. 
Micah vi 7. 
Hag.iil8. 



8 
11 

4b 
2 
6 
6 
6 

9 

4b 
1 

10 



pUCdeadsouL y W. the dead, the soul oC 



BOII.. 

)^n^ m. a burning sore, an nicer ; the botch of Egypt is thooght 
to be the elephantiasis, which is endemic in Egypt. It 
affects particularly the feet, which immediately swell 
up, lose their flexibility, and become stiff like the feet 
of elephants. It is used of the sores of the leprosy, or 
of the elephantiasis. Job ii. 7. — Exod. ix. 9, 10, 11, 11 : 
Lev. xiii. 18, 19, 10, 23 : 1 Kings xx. 7 : Job iL 7 ; Isa. 
zxxviii. 2 1* 

BOIIi. 
\\yi to swdl as a bulging wall, or a boiling pot. Kal^W. 
7C^a to be cooked, ripened ; to cook. PiEL ^prtL ^imp. ^/hL 

^paH. •n^btJJO/. pi. boiling-places. 
nrp to boil, to be hot ; of the bowels, put for commotion of 

mind, PiEL»t»p. PuAL^preL HiphUi e/irf. * no"} «. 

boiling 'well,' lit. its boilings. 

JobxIi81. 80 Eaek.x]vi80. Se 

l8a.lxiv. 2. 1 xlvi28. 2e 

Szek.xxiv.& Sad xlvi8424 Sdo 



Lev. viii 81. 
1 Kings xix. 21 
8 Kings vi. 2BL 
Job XXX. 27. 



2b 
2a 
90 
8b 



BOLD. 

np3 to trust; to be assured or confident. Kal fiii, Prov. 
xxviii I. npi m. confidence : Gen. xxxiv. 25. 
i)f m, strength ; applied to a bold, darinj^ fierce temper and 
aspect : Eccleai viii i. 

BOLLBD. 

TfySI m. Exod. ix. 31, the flax was boiled, in the calyx or flower. 
— OeunUit: in the pod. — ^^uiA. 

BOLSTEB. 
rtCV'ip /. pi' pillow for the head : i Sam. xix. 13, 16 ; xxvL 7, i r, 
16. nil^itl m. id, I Sam. xxvi 12. 

BOLT. 

byj to make a door &st, or a place secure, with bolts and bara 
KALpret, 2 Sam. xiii 18. imp. 2 Sam. xiii 17. 

BOND. 

1 *)DK m. a binding, prohibition, interdict ; a vow of abstinence. 
••»|?Hm. »» n"3bp /. band, bond. «np^o m. 

8 *)D^D m. correction, chastisement : Job xii. 18, i. e. discipline^ 
authority. 



If um. XXX. 2, 8» 10, 

11, 12. 1 

XXX.44 1,1a 

XXX. 6, 7, 14 la 



Job xii 18. 
Ps. cxvild. 
Jer. V. 6. 
xxvii8. 



2 
lo 
Ic 
Ic 



Jer. XXX. 8. 
Eaek.xx.37. 

Nah.il8. 



1 
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lo 



BONDAGE, BONDMAN, BTa 

1 HDK /. a maidservant, a bondmaid, a bondservant. 

2 fi^?3 to subdue; to bring into bondage. Kal *parL PoeL 

NiPHAL t>paft. 

3 ^2V to serve, with 1 to serve oneself upon. Hiphil, to keep 

in bondage. Kal *fut. ^part. Poel. Hiphil ^part. 
d-i^]^ m. servant, bondman, &o. •n^ll9 /. bondage, 
f niS 2^ /. bondage, service. 

4 nnfiK^ /. a maidservant^ or slave ; " a bondmaid, bondwomen. ** 



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Gen.nllO,10,lS»I8. I 

xlui. 1& 8 d 

xliv. 9. 8S. 8 d 

Bxod.i.l«. S f 

iL28,2B. 8 f 

vi6. 8 

vi6,». 8f 

xiiL 8. 14 8 d 

ZX.2. 8d 

Lev. xiz. 20. 4 

ixT. 89. 8 f 

zxy.42. 8d 

XIV.44H44 ^ 

4k 8d.l.8d,l 



zzvLlS. 
I>eut.v.6. 

vi.12.21. 

viLS. 

viiLli. 

xiii. 6, 10. 

XV. 15. 

xviia. 

zxiv.l8,8SL 

1XYL6. 

zxytiL68»88it 
Josh. ix. 23. 

zziv. 17. 



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8d 
8d 
8d 
8d 
8d 
8d 
8d 
8d 
Sd 
8 f 
8d.4 
8d 
8d 



Jndg; vi 8. 8 d 

lKixiff8ix.21.a 8 b 

ix.^ 8d 

2 Kings iv. 1. 8 d 
2 Chron. xxviii 10, 



10. 
Ezra ix. 8. 

ix.9,9. 
Keh. V. 6, 6. 

v.lS. 

ix.17. 
Esth. vii. 4 4. 
laa. xiv. 8. 
Jer. zxiiv. IS. 



8d.4 
8e 

8de 

2ab 
8 f 
8e 

8d. 4 
8 f 
8d 



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BONE. 



1 tr\\ m. a bone ; anything hard and strong. ^D^a to break or 

gnaw bones. Kal pret, ^ 0*^9 Ch. m. 

2 D^ /. a bone which is the strongest and most durable part of 

the body; see Strenffth: Ezek. xxxvii. ii, our bones, 
OUT national prosperity, are dried. This is the general 
name for bones : Gen. ii. 33, kc, : hence also the verb 
D;^^ to break or gnaw bones. PiBii * preL 

Z n^P ffi. a reed ; the channel bone. Gesenius, the upper bone 
of the arm, ot humeri, 

Ka2notinchided. 



JobzzzL28. 

xll8,18. 
Prov. xvlLflS. 



3 ' Prov. XXV. IB, 
ti; Jer.1.17. 

ll 



1 1 Dan. vi 24. 
2 a I Zeph. iii. 8. 



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BONNXT. 

a bonnet or turban : Ezod. zzviiL 40 ; xxix. 9 ; 



rtjDip /. pi. 

xzxix. a8 : Lot. viii. 13. 
*1KB m. beauty, ornament ; a headdress, turban^ worn by the 
priests, by the bHdegroomy by women; Isa. iii. so: 
EMk.xliv. 18. 

BOOK. 

*13^ m, a word, fto., a book, Heb. words, marff, a histoiy; it 
may be equivalent to our word journal. 

TUDD m. a book, letter, &c. ; narration, historical records ; Gen. 

V.I, Ac. •nep m. Ch. ici. »»nnpp /. id. 

Ko. 2 not indttded. 

lChr(m.zxiz.29.20;29. 1 1 2 Chron. xx. 84^ 84. 1, 2 1 Exra vi 18. ta 

2 Chron. iz. 29. 1 xzxiiL 18. 1 PalviS. 2 b 

ziLlB. 1 1 Enra iv. 16k IS. 2 a I Ban. viL 10. 2 b 

BOOTH. 

nSiD /. tabemaolei, pavilion, booth, fto. : Gen. xfziii. 17: Lev. 
zziii. 4a, 41,43 : Neh. viiL 14, 15, 16, 17^ 17 : Job zzviL 
18 : Jonah iv. 5. 

BOOTY. 

D m, prey, spoil, plundered by an enemy : Jer. zlix. 33. 
rripTD m, prey, especially of cattle and animals : Num. zxxL 33. 
MD^ /. plunder, spoil : Hab. ii. 7 : Zeph. L 13. 

BOBDXB. 

1 79I to set a bound, to be the border. K^L ^fut, ^ h^2i m. a 
boundary ; the limits, coasts, or confines of a place 
or <x»untry ; a place or countiy lying within its limits 
or borders : frequent, especially in Joshua. « n^^ii /. 
border, margin. 



2 rPyf /. drouit, region ; a sinuous portion of land by a river. 

3 T com. the hand ; sides or coasts of a countiy. 

4 nlKVln /. pi. goings forth. 

6 ni)")J /. a side, hinder part, as of a country. 

^ a wing of a fowl ; figuratively applied to the border of a 
garment. 

7 n^lpp /. a border or work drawn about the circumforenoe, 

which enclosed the table of shewlnread and the laven 
in Solomon's temple. 

8 n&3 /. any district elevated and conspicuous. 

9 J^fJ ''*• *"* ^^^f extremity ; * utmost border.* • n^^ m, 

.0 n&e^ /. a lip ; a border, of a vessel, of a garment, of a river, 
of the sea, of a countiy. 
■liJn m. row, order ; row or string of pearls, or of gM and 
silver beads, as an ornament for the head. 
Na 1 b not included. 



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Gen. xxiii 17.« 

xlix. 18. 
Exod.xvi85. 

xix.12. 

XXV. 25. 25, 27. 

xxvilL 26. 

xxxviil2,ltl4. 

xxxix.19. 
Num. XV. 88, 88. 



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6 

9a 

9a 
7 

10 
7 

10 
8 



Josh. iv. 19. 

xi. 2. 

xiii 2. 

xviii20. 

xxiL 10, IL 
Judg. vii. 22. 
2 Sam. viii. 8. 



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8 

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2 
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1 Kings vii 28, 28, 29, 
81,82,86,86. 7 

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BOBEL 



2 Kings xvi 17. 

xix.28. 
1 ChroD. V. 18. 

vit29. 
Ps. Ixxiv. 17. 
Cant i 11. 
I8a.xxxvii24 
Jer. i 26. 
Zech.ix.2. 



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9 
4 
8 

1 o 

11 

9 

9 

la 



3^^ to bore a hole, to perforate. Kal fiU. 2 Kings xii 9 : 

Job xli. 3. 
y^ to pierce throughy to transfix. Kal |M*et. £!zod. zzL 6. 

BOBir. (See BXAB, HOMXBOBIT.) 
pS /. belly, womb : Ps. Iviii 3, "as soon as they be bom,** 
marg, 'from the belly.* 
{a m. son : Gen. zv. 3, lU. the son oi Ecdes. fi. 7, senranta 
bom, Ut. sons of my house. 
mtM m. a native, one bom in a place, not a foreigner, indigena, 
homebom, bom in the countiy, kc. : Ezod. xii 19, 48, 
49: Lev. zix. 34; zziii. 42; zziv. 16 : Num. iz. 14; 
zv. 13, 39, 30 : Josh. viiL33 : Esek. zlvii 13. 

BOBBOW. 

m? to adhere to any one ; h^nce to borrow of Miy one, to be 

bound {nexum ean) as a creditor. Kal •pret. ^fuiL 

•pari. 
D$D to be few or little. "HiPEiLfut. Bee Few, 
t33^ probably, to change, ezchange; to borrow by giving • 

pledge, mMtwim accipere. "Kal/iU. 
tW^ to ask; demand, petition, request. SIal ^pret, ^imp. 

•fuL ^pari. Paiil. 



Bzod.iii22. 


4a 


Dentzv.e. 


8 


xi2. 


40 


xxviii. 12. 


lb 


xii 85. 


4 


2King8iv.8»8. 


4b, 2 


zxiil4. 


40 


vift. 


4d 



Neh.v.4 
P8.xxxvii21. 
Prov.xxii7. 
Jsa.zxiv.2^ 



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lo 
lo 
lo 



BOSOM. 
in m. the bosom, in which we hide or cherish. See Love. 
Job zzzL 33* 



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p^n m. the bosom, of a garment^ of a person ; or inward part 
of anything ; the embracing of the arms to the breast is 
implied : it is put for the inward recesses of the mind, 
Eccles. yii. 9 ; for what is dear and tenderly cared for, 
Dent xiiL 6, 1 Sam. xii. 3, Num. xi. la ; to render re- 
proaeh, iniquity into the bosom, is to strike home and 
fill the heart with shame and sorrow, Ps. Ixzix. la, Isa. 
Ixv. 6 ; to bear in the bosom is to conceal, Ps. Ixxxix. 
50 ; a gift or reward in the bosom, what is given secretly, 
Prov. xvii. 23, xzL 14 : this means the bosom of the 
gannent, the open part of the tunic, or long outer robe 
above the girdle, into which gifts were dropped : so in 
Latin, wwwtn Icucare, et nnum expedire, is said of those 
who look for rewards. — Sen. Epist. 1 19, Sen. Thye8t.430. 
— Gen. xvL 5, &c. p\n m. Ps. Ixxiv. 11, 'a. 
}Vn m. the grasp of both the arms folded and meeting before 
the breast, as in carrying a sheaf of com : Ps. cxxix. 7. 
Gesenius, the arm, forearm, as the symbol of strength. 
nnpV /. a dish, a bowl ; hence used of the cavity of the bosom. 
Some understand the word in Prov. zix. 34, zxvi. 15, 
of the dish into which it was customary to dip the hand 
in eating, which a man is too slothful to raise again to 
his mouth. 

B088B8. 

3} m. anything that rises above; the middle of a shield 
opposed to an enemy : Job xv. i6. 

BOTCH. 
pnc^ III. see Boil, Dent, xxviii. 37, 35. 

BOTH. 

V^rVl together, lU. they together ; together at the same time : 
Ps. iv. 8, I lie down and sleep at once, t . e. under an 
assurance of divine protection. 

D^^fiS^ adj, mm, dual, two : Gen. ii 15, &o. 

BOTTIiB. 

1 3^K n». a bottle or bag to hold liquor, made of skins. 

2 p3i?|t i>^' A jug or earthen vessel with a narrow mouth ; from 

the sound which such a bottle makes when emptied. 

8 n^n m. a bag of goat-skii^ fitted to hold water and other 
liquors. 

4 npn heat; cofutr, n©rr. Hos. vii. 5, marg, 'or, with heat 
through wine.' 

« 733 m. see Carcase. From the similarity of the word, Taylor 
supposes that it means the whole skin of a goat or 
bullock, made to hold wine, to be kept at home, in dis- 
tinction from the lesser vessels fitted to cany abroad, 
and being closed, was hung on hooks or beams, and filled 
with wine would resemble the carcase of an animal. 
Thus also we may judge of the propriety of Job^s com- 
paring the clouds suspended on high to these leathern 
bottles, with means of drawing off the wine as wanted. 
The word is also used of Tossels made. by the potter ; 
seePttd^. 



Gen.xxiU16.W. 




1 Sun. XXV. 18. 




Joeh.ii. 4, 18.' 




2Sam.xvil. 




Judg. iv. 19. 




Jobxxxiild. 




lSam.LMu 




zxxviii87. 




X.8. 




P».lvi8.' 




xvi20. 




cxix.88. 





6 ^^^ m. a bottle, probably of skin, in which milk was shaken 
to make butter : it was used also for wine. 

Jer.ziiiU^U. 

xix.1,10. 

zlviii.12. 
Ho8.viLfi. 
Hab.iLlB. 



BOTTOM. 

n^^HK Ch. /. the earth, or fioor ; the lowest part : Dan. vL 44. 
P*}! m, (see Botom :) the middle or inward part of anything ; 

the hearth of an altar : Ezek. xliii. 13, 14, 17. 
^D^ m. foundation : Exod. xxix. la, &c. 
HT^VD /. a deep hollow place : Exod. xv. 5. n)sp /. the bottom 
of a hollow place : Zech. i. 8. 
3Vp HI. size, to which a thing is cut ; also, prob. end, extremity : 
Jonah ii 6, marg. ' cuttings oS,* t.e. the foundations of 
the mountains. Vulg. exirema monlium, 
^iT)!? ^' ^0 ground, fioor, bottom of the sea : Amoi ix. 3. 
rn^fil /. that which is spread under : Ctaii, ilL 10, probably the 
frame of a couch. 
tShV fti. a root ; the lowest part of anything, bottom of the lea: 
Job xxxvi. 30. 

BOirOH. 

I *1^K fti. the highest l»anch of a tree. 

8 I? ***• <^ BOA ; metaphorically, the branch is a son with respeot 

to the tree : Gen. xlix. 33, 93, or, son of a fruitfol 
(vine), or, a son of fructifying. See Frmtftd. 

8 Cnh fti. wood^ or a bough, fit te be cut fxa the carpenter's use. 

4 D^IP^p fti. fit, the shoot of the palm-tree, on which the fimit 
hangs like bunches of grapes. See Palm, 

6 nfipp /. a branch, as branching out or divided from the tree. 
riByip /. a lender shoot, or bough. 

7 TbS, cam, wreathen ; boughs of a tree intertwined in each 

other; "thick bough." 

8 ^^^ fti. a bough, a branch fhll of leaves. • *p]J Ch. tti. 

9 rt^KB f^ a branch or bough with leaves, lU. the ornament of 

the trees ; like the Lat. coma arborum, • n^HB foliage 
{pr. glory) of a tree. Hence the verb 1)<| to search 
the branches, to glean; to go over the boughs. 
PntL ^fut, 

10 ^& fti. fruit. 

II TV^ fii. harvest ; boughs from which a harvest is gathered. 

12 ^^^b^ m* thick boughs, a thicket. 

13 Tfi\ff fti. a bough, such as is used for hedges. * n^^t9 /. id. 



Gen. xlix. 22, 22. 
Lev. xxiii 40. 40. 
Deut. xxiv. 20l 
Judg.ix.4B. 

ix.40. 
2 Sam. xviiL 8. 
Job xiv. 9. 



2 P».lxxx.lO. 

10, 8 I Ixxx. IL 
9 b ' Oank vii 8. 
18 a l8a.x.88. 



xvii 6b 
xvii 9. 
xxviill. 



8 

11 

4 

9a 

1 

8 

11 



Eiek. xvii 28. 

xxxi 8, 10, 14 

xxxifi. 

xxxi. 6; 8. 

xxxi 12. 
BBn.iv.12. 



8 

7 
8 
• 
9 
8a 



BOUND. 

1 7OI m. see Border, • rrjui/. id, ^aj Hifhil^ to set boimds: 

^prei, «tmp. 

2 ph fti. prescribed bounds or limits as to space or time. 



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S niKJl /. some deriye this word firom ni^ to mark, to set out the 
limits of a country ; and so it is translated, Gen. xlix. 
26, "utmost bound ;" but it may rather be understood 
of the desirable productions of the ancient hills : see 
Desire T^^^ Thus Moses seems to explain this part of 
Joseph's blessing, Deut. zxxiii. 15. See Dr. Patrick. 



Gen. tIIt. 26, 


8 


Beat. TTxIi. 8. 


la 


P8.civ.9. 


1 


Ezod.xiz.12. 


lb 


Job ziv. 6. 


2 


l8a.z.lS. 


la 


ztz.2S. 


ic 


zzrrLlO. 


8 


Jer. V. 22. 


1 


zziiLSl. 


1 


xzxviiLSO. 


1 


Hos. V. 10. 


1 



BOUNTY, BOXTNTIFITIi. 
7D^ to reward, to deal bountifully. Kal ^ pret, Ps. xiii. 6 ; 

cxvi. 7. imp. Ps. cziz. 17. ftU, Ps. cxlii. 7. 
3to (tdj. good : Prov. zzii. 9. 
*Y^ com, the hand : i Kings x. 13, marg. gave her 'according 
to the hand of king Solomon/ as became royal bounty. 
]fi\lf m. rich, opulent ; noble, liberal : Isa. xxxii. 5. 

BOW. 

n^P m. a bow, from which arrows are discharged ; it is put for 
the effects of divine anger against the wicked, Lam. ii. 4, 
iii. 13 ; divine power, Hab. iii. 9 : applied to men, it 
denotes their power, and strength, and attempts to in- 
jure, Ps. xi. 3, xxxvii. 14, 15 : a bow of brass is the 
emblem of great power and strength, Job xx. 34 ; a 
deceitful bow represents a man or assistance which dis- 
appoints, like a weak or broken bow, Ps. Ixxviii. 57, 
Hos. vii. 16 ; it is sometimes put for military armour, or 
for warlike strength, Ps. xliv. 6, Job xxix. so ; it is 
used for the bow in the clouds, €ren. ix. 13, &o. 

• BOWMAir. 

TMy^ to cast or throw. Kal part. Poel, Jer. iv. 39, lit. that 
cast with the bow. There may be something sudden 
and unexpected implied in the word, ai it is used of that 
which deceives. 

BOW(F.) 

1 ^5?S^ ^^' ^' 43» " ^^ *^® knee,*' marg. 'or, Tender father, 

as if compounded of 1^ m. father, and "ij^ tender. Father 
of the King seems to have been a title of the chief coun- 
sellor of the state : comp. Gen. xlv. 8. Our translation 
takes the word for, Hiphil fut. "^^Dji^ I will cause to 
bow the knee ; or, for ^:?arT Hiphil inf. of ifD^ 

2 ^03 to bow, to bend as the top of a bulrush, or the branches of 

a palm-tree ; to bow the body in worship ; $eq. ^ to sub- 
mit oneself to any one ; figuratively, to be bowed down 
with affliction and sorrow. Kal *pret, ^inf. «part, 
PatQ. NiPHALdy^. 

8 SnS to bow the knee, to kneel ; to sink down the body by 
bowing the knee ; to bow in adoration ; to sink or drop 
down as a man that is mortally wounded ; to bow down 
in subjection and submission to a conqueror. Kal ^pret. 
^fvt. ^paH. Poel. 

4 HD^ to stretch out, applied to the stretching or exerting the 
whole body : Judg. xvi. 30, Samson bowed, stretched 
himself with all his might ; to the stretching or extend- 



ing the several parts of the body, as the eye, Ps. zvii. I x, 
"they have set their eyes bowing down," or, to stretch ^ 
or extend them to the earth, to the land, to eveiy part 
of the country, to discover and destroy me ; or rather, 
to turn them away, t. e. our steps in the earth, to make 
us stumble, comp. Ps. Ixxiii. 2 ; figuratively, the ear is 
bowed down to hear instruction, Prov. xxii. 17; the 
shoulder is bowed, extended, to bear (Gen. xlix. 15), as 
porters do when they receive a burden ; to the stretching 
out of a wall when it boweth or declineth out of the 
perpendicular, Ps. Ixii. 3; so, bowing the heavens is 
making them stretch out or decline from their proper 
position, a Sam. xxii. 10 ; to the stretching out or ex- 
tending the heart towards an object in regard, favour, 
mercy, compassion, 2 Sam. xix. 14. Kal ^inf. ^fut, 
« part. PattL BlFEiL^imp. •fut. 

5 nj^ to turn away, to be distorted, to writhe : it is applied to 

distortions of the body by racking pains. Niphal pret. 

6 ni]^ to be crooked, applied to the body. Hithpael preL 

7 ^"Ip to bow or stoop low with the head in order to do honour to 

a person : it is usually followed by ii^novSn EIal ftU, 

8 n^C^ to sink down ; to be bowed down. EIal prd. 

9 nni5^ to bow down ; to sink down ; Hithpael (with a doubling 

of the third radical), to bow down, to prostrate oneself 
as a testimony of respect and reverence, wpovicvptitf ; 
often with the addition of n^nif D.'B^ with the face to 
the earth. The person before whom one prostrates him- 
self is preceded by b, more rarely by 'jpV. This token 
of respect was shown sometimes to equals, sometimes to 
superiors, kings, and princes, and especially to the Deity ; 
hence to worship, to adore. Ejll 'imp. Hithpael 
^pret. ''inf. ^fut. 

10 nnC^ to stoop, bow down, couch ; to be brought low, bowed 

down (with sorrow) ; to sink: Hab. iii 6. Kal ^pret, 
Niphal ^fut, 

Gen.xtiiL8. 
xiz.1. 

zziiL7,12. 

zziv. 26,48. 

xzvii. 29. 29. 

zzxiiu a, 6b 7, 7. 

zxzviLlO. 

Z1L43. 

zliLe. 

zliiL26. 

zlui. 28. 

xlviiai. 

xlviiLl2. 

zliz.8. 

xlix. 16. 
Exod. iv. SL 

xi8. 

xii. 27. 

ZZ.5. 

zxiiL24. 

zzziv. 8. 
Lev. xzvi 1. 
Num. zzLlSL 

zxv. 2. 
Deut. V. 9. 
Josh, xxiii 7. 

xxiu.16. 
Judg. iL 12. 17. 

ii.l9. 

V. 27, 27, 27. 

vii. 6. 

viL6. 

xvi 80. 

a or, he (the enemy) bows down. 



9d 


ButhaiO. 


9d 


P*. zvii 11. 


4a 


9d 


1 Ham. iv. 19. 


8b 


xviiL9. 


4b 


9d 


IX. 41. 


9d 


zxiL29. 


8b 


7 


xxiv.8. 


9d 


XXXL2. 


4d 


9d 


zzv.28,4L 


9d 


xixv. 14. 


10 a 


9d 


zzviii. 14. 


^d 


xxxviii6. 


10 a 





2Sam.ix.8. 


9d 


xliv. 26. 


8 


1 


xiv.22,8S. 


9d 


Ivii6.a 


2a 


9d 


XViiL21. 


9d 


bdLS. 


40 


9d 


xix. 14. 


4e 


bczii9. 


8b 


7 


xxii. 10. 


4b 


Ixxzvil. 


4d 


9d 


xxiv. 20. 


9d 


zcv. 6. 


8b 


9d 


1 Kings i 16. 81. 


7 


cxliv. 6. 


4d 


9d 


i 28, 47. 68. 


9d 


cxlv. 14 


20 


4b 


ii.l9. 


9d 


cxlviS. 


20 


7 


xix. 18. 


8a 


Prov. V. 1. 


4d 


9b 


2King8iil6. 


9d 


xiv. 19. 


10 a 


7 


ivTsr. 


9d 


xxii. 17. 


4d 


9d 


V. 18, 18. 


9bc 


Ecclefl.xii8. 


6 


9d 


zvii 86. 


9d 


I8a.ii9. 


10 b 


7 


ziz.16. 


4d 


iill.17. 


10 a 


90 


1 Chron. xxi 2L 


9d 


Z.4. 


8a 


7 


xxix. 20. 


7 


Z1L8. 


6 


9d 


2 Chron. vii J. 


8b 


zlv.23. 


8b 


9d 


XX. 18. 


7 


zlvil.2. 


8a 


9d 


ZZV.14. 


9d 


xlix. 2S. 


9d 


9b 


zxix.29. 


8a 


li.2S. 


9a 


9d 


zxix.80. 


7 


lviii.6. 


2b 


9 


Neh. viii 6. 


7 


lx.14. 


9b 


8a 


Esth. iii. 2. 2. 


8cb 


lxv.12. 


8b 


8b 


iii. 5. 


So 


MicahviO. 


2d 


8a 


Job xxxi. 10. 


8b 


Hab. iii 6. 


10 a 


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BOWOIiS. 
D^yD the bowels; figuratively, the innermost recesses of the 
mind; the affections, tenderness, pity, compassion: 
Gen. XV. 4, &c. 
mp m. the middle or inward part ; the inner part of the body : 
Ps. cix. 18, marg, or, 'within him.* 
D^prp m. pi. the chief intestines ; tender love or affection, chiefly 
towards relatives ; favour, grace ; mercy, compassion : 
Gen. xliiL 30 : i Kings iiL 26. 

BOWIi. 

1 2^31 m. a cup, goblet, bowl, of a large size. See Pol, 

S n^ll /. anything round ; a bowl of chapiters ; of the candle- 
stick. * ^ii m. a bowl, oil- vessel of a lamp. 

8 P^?P ^^ hirgo bason or bowl which received the blood of the 
sacrifices, and out of which it was sprinkled upon the 
altar, &c. Any bason or bowl of a like or large size. 

4 nl^^D /. pi. sacrificial dishes, bowls for libation. Ainsworth 

shows, from Hebrew doctors, that they were reeds of 
gold laid between the shewbread cakes, to admit the 
air and keep them dear of mustiness. 

5 ^p m. a bason ; also, a threshold, which is sometimes worn 

hollow in the middle, and may have given the name to 
some particular kind of cup. 

6 ^p m. a dish, probably shallow in form. 

Sxod. XXV. 20. 4 

XXV. 81. 88, 88k 84 1 

xxxviL 16. 4 

xxxviL 17. 19, 19, 20. 1 

Num. iv. 7. 4 

viL 18, 19, 26, 81, 87, 

43, 49. 65, «1, 07, 

73, 79, 84k 86. 8 

BOX. 

?|fi m. a vial, flask, bottle : 1 Kings iz. i, 3. 

BOX-TBEB. 
*l)B^K]n m. name of a tree which the ancient venaons render 
variously, cedar, fir, poplar, &c. ; most probably a species 
of cedar of Lebanon, called in the £ast> tkerhvik : Isa. 
xli. 19 ; Ix. 13. 

BOY. 

^7* VL a child, a young man : Joel iii. 3 : Zeoh. viii 5. 
^y2 m. a young person : Gen. xzv. 37. 

BOZBAH. 

rnVH /. a fold, a sheepfold ; or a fortress, stronghold ; one of 
the chief cities of the Edomites : Mio. ii. 12. 

BBAOEIiXT. 

nn see Chain. Probably a hook or pin for securing the gar- 
ment round the neck : Exod. xxxv. 22, 

7*r^B m. a thread, string, cord : used of the cord by which the 
orientalist suspends his seal-ring; see Signet, Gkn. 
xzxviiL 18, 35. 

TDV m. a bracelet, where two ports are joined or fitstened 



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together: G^. zxiv. 1%, 30, 47: Num. zzxL 50*: Eseki 
xvL 1 1 ; xziii. 41. 
f^ /. clasp, bracelet ; for the arm : % Sam. L lo. 
TXy^ /• chains, bracelets: Isa. iii 19. 

BBAMBIiB. 

^DK m. a brier or bramble : Judg. ix. 14, 15, 15. 
n^n m. see Thanu, Thickets: Isa. xxxiv. 13, 

BBANOH. 

1 *)^2pK m. the highest branch of a tree. 

I D^3 m. pL staves, bars ; large strong branches. 

3 )3 m. a son ,- metaphorically, the branch is a ion with re- 

spect to the tree. 

4 na /. daughter. 

6 T)Syl /. pi' branches that hang down. See Draw. 

6 rn^DT /. a branch pruned or cut off; vine-branch. • ^'Ol m. 

Gksenius, song of triumph ; which is clearly the sense 
in Isa. XXV. 5. 

7 np3^^ /. a tender branch, deriving its nutriment from Ae tree. 

8 ^3 /. the branch of a palm-tree, which hangs down or bends 

over, resembling a hand partly closed. * ^^9 /. a 
palm branch, and any similar branch. "Branch and 
rush'* seems to be a proverbial expression for the high- 
est and lowest. It is to be remarked that ^3 means 
both the palm of the hand and a branch of the palmr 
tree, as palma in Latin. 

9 n^^p^ /> pl- that which is spread abroad and extended : it is 

applied to branches of the vine spreading wide and 
extended. 

10 *1V3 *>!• ^ slip, scion, or young sucker of a tree, selected and 

reserved for planting, and whidi when planted re- 
quired to be attended and guarded with care ; metaph, 
a descendant of a fiunily : Isa. xL i, of the Messiah. 
Kazareth or Nazarene is supposed to be derived from 
this root. 

11 ^'^VP ^' ^ ^^"^'^ ^ dividing itself from the tree. 

12 Ttij/l com. wreathen ; bushy boughs of trees interwoven with 

each other. 
18 Sl/y m. a lea^ a branch, firom its sprouting forth. 
U n^y m. a bough, a branch full of leaves. • rpi( Ch. m. icL 

^V$ <M;- * full of branches.' 

16 D^K&}^ m, pi. boughs, foliage. 

18 TY^HB f. pi. branches, as the ornament of a tree ; as in Latin 
comaarboriKn. 

17 HDV m. that which springeih up, a shoot, a branch. The 

Messiah is a Branch of Jehovah, either as to his 
eternal generation, or as the restorer of his^ chosen 
people. 

18 n^P m. a reed, stalk, branch : in this rendering only applied 

to the branches of the candlestick in the tabernacle : 
Exod. XXV. 31, Ac. ; xxx. 33 ; xxxvii. 17, &a 

19 *y>)fp m. harvest, a branch from which a harvest is gatho^d. 

The most flourishing ciroumstanoes, or the height of 
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*nM m, a ilMbrand'; a brand partly oonsomed but snatched 
from the file : Zech. iii. 3. 
*VW in. a buzning lamp or toreh : Jud^. xf. 5. 

BBAKDISH. 

*|^ to fly; to* whirl about. Polxl inf. Ezek. xxxiL la 

BBAS8: 

C^ €h. ». Bam. i1; 31, 35, 39. 45 ; It. 15, 73 ; r. 4, 23 ; 
vii. 19. ni^np com. brass, brasen ; copper seems fire- 
quently intended, when translated braus,. and may there- 
fbre be the proper meaning of the word, as brass is a 
fiMtitiouB preparation : figuratively^ that whieh ia com- 
mon and Tile,, in opposition to that which ia more pure 
and precious, as silrerand gold, whieh repreeent truth 
,and eoEodlency : Isa. Lai. This word occuzb frequently. 
x^^T^i adj. Job vi 11, fnarg. * braaen.' r\'^^m /. id. Lev. 
XKvi. 19: Job xxwii. 3; xl. 18; xli. 2x: Isa. xiv. a;, 
xlviil 4 : Hie. iv. 13. 

bbavbbt; 

j^mCGTI /. onuupM&t, ^lendour, beauty : Isa. iii. r8, perhapa used 
iionioally. 

BBA-WIiIirO. 

0*0^0 m.ji. contentions, Prov. xxi.9; xxv. 34. ''y J^np m. id. V* 

BBAT. 

K^3 to bray in a mortar.. KAL/tcf. Prov. xxviL la. 
pC^J to bray as an ass, to make a foul noise. Kal/u^. Job 
vi. 5 ;. XXX. 7. 

BBBAOK. 

-t P^ ^' 9* eiack, chink, or breaoh in » bidlding that needs to 
baiepaired. 



kt V9^ ^ Break) ; to make a bre*ehi PVAi. ^ jMN; ^IF^L 
*»/«<. «ri??m. a breach. 

3 HK^ri /. a forsaking, withdrawing ; 'Hi>rea«h of psoofff^." 7 

4 Y^B to break forth. KAL*]9r«l. ^pwrt^ PjiiiL ^^^^ m.a 

gap, brea^ ; a breaking out of water ; j^ b^oaking p 
upon, a sudden and destructive attack^ an overthrow. 
<* y^DO «k haven, harbour. 

6 D^''p*1 fn. pi. droppings. 

•■ ")^ef ». a breal^ng; a wound, injuxy, k fs a e h >; min^. destruc- 
tion, of a state, or persons. 



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Lev. xxiv. an, ^Q^ 
Num. xiv. 84. 
Judg. V. 17. 

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BBBAB. ^ealioirBI^IlAVBBBD.y 
fir6 m. fT. bvead ; also any Hind dt victuals, meat, prMRsTon, 
whether bread, fi^cAi, or fruit, Jen xi. S9 ; but bread is 
fkrincipally intended, as the 6a«tem peof^e m^nji f[^&Btf. 
gpeat eateraof bread ; it being commuted, saith Dr; Shaw 
m his TVavele, .that three persons in four live upon- it^ or 
upon suoh oompositioBs as are mad^ of bariey and wheat 
flour: bread is putifor iCQai,.ol which bread is made, 
Isa. xxviiL 28. f igurativQly, provision Ibr tAs muu^ 
good instructions and principles by wliic^ it is nourished, 
refreshed, and made happy : Prov. ix. 5 : Isa. Iv. a. 
Bread of men, Ezek. xxiv. 17, aa, that which is sent to 
near friends, &c. in a time of mourning, called in the 
Targum the bread of moi^ning. Bread of. God, u e. 
sacrifices. Lev. xxL 6y 8, Jf, a i, aa. This, the only word 
translated bread, oociu^ Jre^uently ; X^v. i^x'J^marg, 
* food,' Ac. 

BBBK^BTH. 

Tp^ n. a phice which is trodden : Deut. ii. 5. 

^3: /. palm of the hand, sole of the foot : Deut. ii. 5. 
^DB €h. m, width, breadth : Ezra vi. 3 : Dan. iii. i. 
^rn m, largeness, breadth ; frequent. 31?^ m. a broad" place : 
Job xxxviii. 18. ^y^ m. a laige place.: Hab. i. 6. 

BBBAK. 
V *l?t^ to perish. Kae pari, PoeL 

2 *llK to be or become light, of the break of day; IfiTHALyy. 

3 yp2l to cleave asunder, to rend, divide ; to lay open anything 

enclosed that it may break fbrth^ aa lights waters, &c.'; 
to break in or penetrate, mq. f ; to break through, 
se^. bM. Kajl^JuL lXiKUd^^pr§k^f%k Hiphil 
^ inf. HOPHAL •jprek 
^ JTB or r^ to break or burst for^. Sjls ittf, 
B D^l to break bones : also> to gnaw or pick them ; hence to 
lick : Ezek. xxiii 34, " Thou jahalt drink it (^e ci^i) 
and suck itout,. and break (or„^ck)thefherd8 thereof.*' 

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« D*UI to braise, to wear, to weaken, to unfit for action and for 
use. Kal • j>r«<. Hiphil ^fvi, 

7 pT*l Cb. to bruise. P'al prtt. 

8 K^ to bruise, to cruflh by treading. Kal fvi. 
to bray, bruise, and break into small pieces : tbe word 

inipHes tbe solidity of tbat whicb is so broken, and 
with that its entire conuninution, the being crushed : 
aa applied to the mind it imports debility of tone, the 
breaking down of stubbornness, the spirit bruised and 
broken as with a hammer, made contrite. Piel ^pret, 
^fut, Pdal «/u<. ^paH. 

10 p[^ Ch. to bruise and beat very smalL P*al * pret, Afhsl 

^pret, ""fub, «»por«. 

11 n3^ nearly of the same signification as M^^. Nifhal *|>re<. 

PiKL >» pre*. 

12 njn to be. NiPHAL prtt. 

13 D?n to smite or strike as with a hammer, to beat the ground 

with the hoo^ to smite. Kal ^prtt, ^fvJL. 

14 lSCit\ to vex, to destroy, to discomfit. Kal prtt, Isa. xxviii. 

a8. Ges., or driye the wheels of his (threshing) car. 

15 0*^11 to pull or tear down ; to tear out ; to overthrow, demo- 

lish ; to break through : applied to the rushing and 
pressure of a crowd, who trample down every fence or 
barrier: Exod.xix. 31. ILkh^prei. ^imp. ^fut, ^part, 
PoeL 'paH. Paul. Nifhal fpret. 
10 T^n to penetrate, to wound, to slay (see Slay) ; hence to dis- 
solve, to make void (see Profane). Agreeably to this 
sense, Bp. Pearson on the Creed (after Grotius) says : 
" One ancient custom of cancelling bonds was by strik- 
ing a nail through the writing ;" to which the apostle 
may allude : Col. ii. 14. Piel ^pret. ^fut. Hifhil 

17 Ttfin to be broken, so aa to be quite disabled ; applied to a 

bow that is broken and deprived of its elasticity and 
spring to throw the arrow, i Sam. ii. 4, 2 Sam. xxii. 35 
(see nns); applied to a nation, people, or person, 
that is quite broken, and disabled from doing either 
good or evil, Isa. vii. 8, i Sam. ii. 10 ; or that is 
rendered weak, dispirited, and incapable in any or 
in every respect of resisting an enemy or defending 
themselves, Jer. xlviii. ao. — Taylor. Kal ^pret. *» imp. 
Niphal «/«<. PuBL ^pret. Hiphil •pret. 'nn adj. 
broken. 

18 M^ to go out ; to break out. Kal fut. 

18 j1K3 to be made sad, to be dispirited ; to be dejected and 
broken, or wounded in spirit. Niphal part. 

SO rU13 to beat, to crush, to knock in pieces. Kal • inf. Piel 
^prei. 

21 TVViriD /. a breaking in. 

28 nl^p adj. m. const, broken, %. t. bruised. 

23 t)K3 to commit adultery; to break (wedlock). Kal part. 
Poel. 

94 VS^ the true meaning of this word seems to be, to disallow, 
reject, refuse ; it usually applies to persons : so the 
construction of Hiphil pret. Ps. cxli. 5, may be, Let 



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not my head reject it, according to Schmidt and 

others. 
26 nn^ to come down; to cause to come down, as the bow 

when it is about to be used. Piel pret. 
to till, to cultivate ; applied in a moral sense. Kal m^. 
adj. that which is smitten or wounded, 
m. a removing, a keeping off, a people, a crowd ; whidi 

is admitted by critics to be the force of the word in 

2 Kings xL 6, lit. by keeping off; comp. ver. 8. 

29 Y^ to dash, to break and shatter, so as to scatter abroad 

and disperse all the parts and pieces. Kal *tn/. 
^paH. PailL Piel ^pret. ^fut. 

30 }^ to strike out : the same with ^D^ by a change of the 

last letter. Niphal pret. 

31 Y^^ to tear down, to destroy, e. g. buildings, walls, &o. ; to 

break or strike out. Kal • pret. ^ inf. ^fut. Niphal 
^pret. Piel •pret. ff\U. Hophal i/irf. 
38 pn^ to draw or pull asunder ; to separate what is joined 
together : applied to the breaking of a string, cord, 
or ligature ; figuratively, to the pulling or snapping 
asimder a chain, or purposes or designs formed in 
the mind : Job xvii. 11. Kal ^part. PatLL Niphal 
^pret. ^fxii. PielV"^* 

to change. PiEL/uf. 

to rise, ascend. Kal ^prtX. ^inf. Niphal 'i^f, of 
the breaking up of an army, with ^^p. 

to break the neck ; to throw down an altar by taking 
away the top. Kal • pret. ^fvt. 

to make bare, to destroy, by making bare to the founda- 
tion. PlLPEL*tn/. *»/iii. 

to terrify, to make afraid ; to break terribly, to break 
with power. Kal fut. 

to blow, to breathe. Kal fut. "until the day break,* 
becomes cool in the evening. 

to smite or dash in pieces. PoLELfut. 

to break; Hiphil, to break; figuratively, to violate. 
Hiphil pret. 

to break in pieces with a noise ; to break out into joy. 
Kal* pret. ^imp. ^fut. TiXh^ pret. 

only in Piel, to break, cleave : pret. 

to break out, as a bud or blossom ; used also of sores, or 
the leprosy. Kal *pret. ^ inf. abroad, ^fut. ^pari. 
Poel. 

to tear or break forth, to break down a wall ; to dis- 
perse, or spread abroad ; to break in, in mining ; 
with a to break in, or cause an overthrow among a 
people ; applied to a sudden and destructive bursting 
forth of judgments ; to act with violence ; to break 
away. Kal *pret. ^inf. <>fut. * part. Poel. •part. 
Paul. PDAL'^rt. HiTHPAELSjxir^ >>y^Bf?i. breach 
of a wall; dispersion. 
plB to break off with rending ; construed with ^P p ; Piel, 
to tear off; Hithpael, to break off from oneself. Kal 
•pret. Piel ^imp. Hithpael *>pr€t. ^imp. •/Wf. 
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46 *T\h to break, to violate ; to annul a covenant. See M^3. 

FiLPiL */u^. to break asunder. HiPHiL ^jpret, « inf, 
^imp, •fttt. HoPHAL'/«^» 

47 fe^B to spread or stretch out; to break, divide in pieces. 

KALpart, Poel. 

48 nnfi to open. NiPHAL/itf. 

49 n^ to pass on or through, to advance, to fall on. Kal fut. 

60 *l^p to dig, particularly for water. Pilpel, to destroy, to 

overturn by digging under : part. 

61 Vy^ to shake, to tremble ; to burst, to divide with a noise. 

Kal prH, Job vii. 5. Very different interpretations 
are given of this word, and it is not easy to arrive 
at the primary meaning. Jerome renders it^arutt, 
dries up. Goode thinks it includes the idea of stiff- 
ness, rigidity. 

to run. Kal /lit. a Kings xxiii. 13, marg, 'ran down.* 

to feed, to feed on. Kal fut. Jer. ii. 16, lit. have fed 
on thee (as to) the head, implying great devastation. 

to break or dash in pieces ; to make good for nothing ; 
to be reduced to a weak and wretched condition, to 
be ruined. KAL^pret. ^inf. ^fid. Hithpolkl *jprrt. 
yyi Ch. Fal •part. 'n»*^ /. a breakage. 

to dash in pieces ; to oppress, treat with violence. Kal 
^fut. ^poflrt.'Pdk^ NiFEAL^'pret. ^fut. PnL'prrt. 

HiPHIL '/ttf. 

to harrow, to break clods. "PlKLfvi. 

m.pl. small pieces. 

to break, a bow, a bone, an earthen vessel, a ship in 
a storm ; a nation is broken when its power is weak- 
ened or ruined ; the limbs of an animal are broken 
when disabled ; Lev. xzi. 19, Zech. zi. 16 ; £zek. zzi. 
6, '* with the breaking of thy loins,'* i. e. walking as 
if thy loins were broken or disabled : pride is broken 
when humbled ; broken in heart are the humble and 
truly penitent, Ps. cxlvii. 3 ; the heart is also broken 
when quite di<<pirited and discouraged, Ps. Izix. 20. 
In this sense it is applied, speaking after the manner 
of men, to the great God, Ezek. vi. 9: " I am broken," 
ffeb. bave been broken, quite tired out, ** with their 
whorish heart," and despairing, as it were, of their 
amendment, have sent tbem into captivity. — Taylor. 
In reference to Job xzzviii. 10, Gesenius adds, to 
measure off, to define ; which accords with the mar- 
ginal rendering, but is of doubtful authority. Kal 
•pref. ^inf. •imp. ^fut. •jport. Poel. ^part.T&iSl, 
NiFHALtpret. ^inf. ^fut. ^parL Pikl ^pret. ^vnf. 
^fiU. ^part. P'^29 m. Job xli. 25, breakings, i.e. 
teiTors. «]^n|i^ m. a breaking. '^IWQ m. place of 
breaking forth. 
9fi}ff to break upon, to batter and bruise. See Brmae. Kal 

M 
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xviLl4. 


4Bb 


xix.9. 


58b 


xiviL40. 


45a 


zxxii. 24. 


84b 


zzzii.a6» 


84a 



Gen- xxxviii. 29. 


44a 


Exod.xiz.28. 


440 


Exod. iz. 9, 10. 


43d 


xix.24^24. 


16 0,44 


ii.26. 


58 1 


xxiL2. 


21 


xii46. 


58d 


xxii. 6. 


18 


xiii.13. 


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xxiii. 24. 


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Ezod.zzxiL8. 

xzxiLl9. 

xxxiL24. 

xzxiv. 1. 

zxzhr.lS. 

zxxiv. 20. 
Lev. vL 28. 

zi3S. 

zi36. 

xiii. 12.01 

xiii. 20. 25. 

ziv.43. 

ziv. 45. 

ZV.12. 

zxi 19. 10. 

XXL 20. 

xxiL 22. 

zxii.24. 

zxvi. 13. 

xxvil6,44. 

xxvi. 19. 

zxvi. 26. 
Num. ix. 12. 

zv. 31. 

zxiv. 8. 

zxz. 2. 
Deut. vii 5. 

ix.l7. 

X.2. 

xiL3. 

zxxi. 16, 20. 
Judg. ii 1. 

V.22. 

vii. 19. 

vii 20. 

viiiO. 

ix.63./3 

xvi. 9, 9. 

zvil2. 
1 Sam. ii. 4. 

ii. 10. 

iv. 18. 

zxv. 10. 
8 Sam. ii. 88^y 

V.20. 

zxii35.8 

xxiii. 16. 
1 KiiiKB XV. 19. 

zviii. 30. 

ziz.ll. 

zxii. 48. 58 ff 

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z. 27. 27. 81 c 

zi. 6. 28 

zi. 18, 18. 81 0. 58 1 

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zviii 4. 4. 58 i 20 b 

zxiii. 7. 81 o 

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zxiii. 12. 55 a, or 52 

zxiu. 14. 58 1 

zxv. 4. 3 C 

zxv. 10. 31 a 

zxv. IS. 58 1 

1 Chron. xL 18. 3 a 
ziv. 11. 11. 44 ah 

2 Chron. ziv. 8. 58 n 
zvi. 3. 46 d 
zz. 87. 87. 44 a, 58 i 
zxi 17. 8 a 
zziii. 17.17. 810,58 1 
zxiv. 7. 44 a 
TXY. 12. 8 b 
zxv. 23. 44 c 
zzvi. 6. 44 c 
zzzi. 1. 58 n 
zxzii. 8. 44 e 
zzziii 3. 81 e 
zzziv.4^4 81 f. 58 I 
zzxiv. 7. 81 f 
zzzvilO. 81 f 

Ezra iz. 14.« 46 c 

Neb. i. 8. M f 

iiia 44 e 

iv. 3. 44 a 

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vii 5. 51 

iz. 17. 59 

zii. 14. 15 

ziii 26. 87 

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zvi. 14. 44 

zvii. 11. 82 b 

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cv. 33. 


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44a 


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85 


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8a 


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46d 


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15e 


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580 


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vi.l5. 

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zvii '22. 

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zzv. 15. 

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zzv. 28. 
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iv.12. 

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vii. 8* 

viii 9. 9. 9. 

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ziv. 5. 

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ziv. 29. 

zvi. 8. 

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zzi. 9. 

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zziv. 19. 

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xxiiL 8, M. 6 




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xxiii. 8. 1 




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vu. 8.7.8. 




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▼iii. 1, 8, 19. 




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lx.16. 


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a W. breaking out break.o^t /I W. and she brake. y m. and it 

beofeme light to U^flBL 6 or is bent. I.e. by the strength of mine arm ; 

rather than ftom t^X^. • <«. shottM we torn to break. C Ut. had 

iweti upon him. i.e. was now d6|iarted. M <•<• ^b^y shall not dH^Offe their 

eourne, bat go stfai^ Hqrward. 

BBJBA89. 

1 T1 m. the breasts of a woman. 

t p*7n Ch. m. p{. of the same meaning with the following. 

8 nrri m. the bTt9»t from the throat to the belly ; the moBt ecm- 

Bpiouous part, of aa an^maL 
4 2J> m. the heart. 
6 r??. •• ^^^ >* * variety of renderings to this word. Oesemus 

renders it, sides; Lxx., fyxara; Vulg., viicera; Syr., 

laitra fjut; Aben-Ezra, plaoee where camels kneel down 

^ drink, 
i ^^ ^ breasts of women, or animals, ^n^ m. « inother^s 

breast. 

G€n.zHx..26. 
£xod. zxix. 26, 27. 
Lev. Tii SO, 80. 81, 84 

▼iU.29. 

ix. 20. 21« 

X. 14. 16. 
Num. vi 29. 

xviiL 18. 
Job iii 18. 

xzLH 

BBSASTFIiATB. 

I^n m. part of the high priest's vestments, a span sqnare w4ien 
doubled ; inserted in the epho4, just over the breast ; 
h4ving twelve predoos stones set in gold, engraven witli 
the names of the twelve tribes. This he wore when he 
want to consult the oracle : in this were placed the Urim 
and Thummim : only in £zod. and Lev. viiL 8, 8. 

Ify^ m.. a coat pf ntail| habergeon : Isa. lix. i/. 

BBSATH. 

1 rifi^ aiS' breathing with difficulty or fbrce. 

t n&3 to breathe with force. Kal > imp. ^fut. 

8 fi^^. com. animal Hfe, neariy connected with the breaili. 

4 HD^^ /. t^e breath by which animal life is supported, but need 
only of man ; soul or spirit of roan ; the breath of God 
denotes his grace or wrath. * Mpit^a Ch. /. 

8 n^*l eotn. the wind, air, breath. • nmn /. respite. 

Job zfi. 10. 

x¥.30. 

xTii. L 

xix.l7. 

•xxvii. 8. 

xxxiiL4, 

xxxiv. l4 

xxxvii 10. 

xli.21. 
Ps. xviii 16. 

xxvii. 12.a 

zikiii.6. 



Gen. ii 7. 7. 


9b.4 


vll7. 




vii. 16. 




vii. 22. 


4^6 


Beut. XX. 16. 




Josh. X. 40. 




xi. 11. 14. 




2 8am.xxii.16. 




1 Kings XV. 29. 




xvii. 17. 




Job iv. 9. 




iK.18. 







Ps. Civ. 29. 






cxxxv. 17. 






CXlVL 4. 






cl.6. 






Bccles. iil 19. 






Isa.ii.22. 






xi.4. 






XXX. 28. 






XXX. 38. 






xxxiiL U. 






xliL6. 






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'8|Eaek.zxzvii6v6A10^ 6)Daa.z.l/7. 
Ji a zxxviL 9. 9. 6. 2 a Hab. iL It. 

6 I Baa. V. 28. 4 a I 

» eomp. Prov. vL 19. MUk,.fKid i<ote ix. 1. 



BBZIE0R»9. 
D^p^3D m. dual, a part of the ganHentsof i^ priests, a eof^ring: 
Exod. xxviii 4a ; ttxit. 2S : (Lear, vi 10 ; xvL 4 : Eiek. 

xUv. J 8. 

BBXED (if.) 
'}! f»i son : Deut. xmui. 14. 

BBBfi1> (7.) 
PffpO m. Zeph. ii. g, prob. 4he possenion «f n«ttl48 : comp. Iia. 
xiv. 23. 
tfO to lift nponeself ; to rise up, as in growth ; to breed. Kal 

ftU. Exotl. xvi. M. 
fyff to bring forth abuadaatly. KALpret. Oen. vlii 17. 

*1fib m. ransom, satis&otion : i Sam. itii. 3 : Amos ▼. is. 
^nV m. gift, present : i SaoL viiL 3 : Job xv. 34 : Ps. xxvL 10: 
Isa. xzziii 15. 

fiBIOK. 

/. brick, from the white clay of Which they were made : 
Vitruv. li. 3 : Gen. xi. 3, 3 : Bxod. i. 14 ; v. 7, 8, 16, 1% 
19 : Isa. ix. 10 ; Ixv. 3, " altars of brick,** mory. 'bridv ;* 
hence ]2\, with or without the noun, te make brick. 
Kal inf. JBxod. v. 7> 14. fiU. Gen. xi 3. ]l)^ m. brick- 
kliln : 2 QMf^ xii. 31 : Jer. xliii 9 : Nah. iii 14. 

BBIDB. 
np2) /. a bride, supposed to imply beauty af drsi8 and appear- 
anoe : Isa. xlic 18 ; Ixi. 10; Ixii 5 : Jef. Ii 3J ; vii $4; 
xvi 9 ; XXV. 10 ; xxxiii 1 1 : Joel ii 16. 



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BBIDBOBOOM. 
». son-hi-kw, husband, bridegroom : P6. zfx. 5 : Isa. Ixi 

10 ; Ixii 5 : Jeir. vii 34 ; xvi. 9 ; xxVk i» ; xxxiii 11 : 
Joel ii. 16. < 

B BID LB. 
m. "a bridle, or muzzle for the mouth :** Ps. xxxix. i. 
fli. a Ut or bridle : 1 Kings xix. 88 : Prer^ xxvi 3 : Isa. 

xxxvii. 29. 
01. a rein, bridle, which goes over a horw*s nose : Job xxx. 

1 1 : Ps. xxxii 9 : Isa. xxx. 18. Also the mouth, with 
the double row of teeth within which tiie bridle goes : 
Job xli 13. 

BBIBB. 

m. pi, briers ; but, according to others, a threshing instru- 
ment, armed with sharp points underneath, to be drawn 
x)ver the grain : Judg. viii. 7, 16. 

m. a species of thorn, or thombush : Micah vii 4. 

m. a thorn, brier ; Lxx. o-ic^t^ : Ezek. xxviii 24, 



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D^^ID «iw pi. wGmattaj, rebeUioui : the rendering of briers does 
not seem to be warranted : Ezek. IL 6. 

*T&'lp m, name of a plant which cannot be determined with cer- 
tainty : Lxx. Theod. Aqu. K6¥vCa, Yulg. urtioa. The 
context requires ns to understand the word of some 
mean and useless plant. Isa. Iv. 13. 

y*p^ «». briers or thorns, used for fences to preserve the grain, 
Ac. Isa.T.6; Tii. 33, 34, 15 ; ix. 18; X.17; zxvii 4; 
zxxiL 13. 

BBiaAlTDINX. 
l^^P m. a kind of armour, a coat of mail : Jer. xbri, 4 ; 11. 3. 

BBiaHT. BBiaHTiross. 

1 SiM light. » -ySu^ m. light ; Ut, lights of the light. 

2 *1^n3 tujy, bright, shining. 

8 p^3 glittering, lightning. 

4 yy^ to purge, to make dean^ pure, Hifhil imp. 

5 *)nf m. splendour. Miohaelis understands this* not of the 

brightness of the heavens, but of the bright morning 

star, or the planet Venus, 
§ X^ Ch. «k brightness^ oleamess. 
7 rtn m. an arrow : hence lightning ; ''bright clouds." 
S nj^^ brightness, beauty, of a city. 

9 *1^ adj. costly, precious, exoeUent, majestic 
K) 30^ nwflaioe. 

11 tyyo to polish, to make smooth and bright. TuAiMpart 

12 pllD to dean metal from rust by scouring. KaL part. Paiil. 

13 r\fi f. brightness, shining, particularly of the fire, of the sun, 

of the moon, of a sword or spear, of the Shechinah or 
presence of Jehovah. * n^n53 /. pi. brightnesses. 

14 n^ tn. forged, laboured, wrought. *n^V)| adj. fibbricated, 

wrought ; bright. 

15 772 to be light. Pilpel, to move, shake ; to poUsh. Pilpel 

prti. Ezek. xxi. sx, has been variously translated in 
reference to different modes of divination : Ges., he 
shakes or waves with arrows. 



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BBIM. 

nyp m. end, edge, border : Josh. iii. 15. 
n&b^ /• lip : I Kings vii 33, 24, %6, n6: a Ohron. iv. t, 1, $, 5. 

BBIMSTONB. 
Tl^fiB /. (see Ckph€r) ; sulphur> bitumen, or pitch : figuratively, 
. God*s severe punishment of t)ie wicked : Qen. ^. 24 : 



Deut. xxix. 13 : Job zrdiL 15 : Ps. xi. 6 ; Jsok, : 
xxxiv. 9 : £zdc. xxxviii. 21. 



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BBiira 

1 IPK to bring up. See Nunc Kal ^p<Mi. PoeL ^paH. PaiiL 

enatpw/. a bringing up. ^]Sn^ m. nutriciut, alumnua; 
one brought up : spoken of the hypostatic Wisdom of 
God, the second person of the Trinity, by which name 
some understand the Architect of the worid ; C9mp, Cant, 
vii 1. 

2 ^pM to gather ; used also of bringing into any sort of com- 

munion. KAh^pra. ^fut. NlPHAL^W^f. ^fut. 

3 HDK to come; poetic for H^l. "HiPBiL^pirei. np^; Ch. Aphel 

^pret. "^inf. Hophal ^pret. 

4 K) 3 to go or come in, to enter ; to cause to come in, to bring 

in, into, forth; to pass up. TCat. ^pret. ^ftU. ^parL 
Poel. BiFEih^pret. •i/trf.^imp.'fut. ^pari. Hophal 
*pret. * fut. * part. 

f *^^ to bring forth new or excellent firuit ; to bring forth a first 
child. TiSL^fia. 'HiFBJL^pari. 

8 *)J^ to consume ; to remove entirely out of the way. PiKL prtL 

7 TIB to be. or become groat ; to grow, to grow up, to be brought 

up. KAL^pret. TiXL ^pret. ^fut. ^part. 

8 T^ to pass away ; to cause to pass away, to bring over. 

KALfut. 

9 rnH to break forth ; to labour to bring forth. Kal imp. 

10 riTd to carry away into captivity. HiPHiL ^pnt. njs Ch. 

Aphel ^pret. 

11 KtS^ to spring up as new grass. Hiphil/u<. 

12 ?pn Ch. to go up ; to bring again. P'al/u<. 

13 n^n to be, to be brought to pass. NiFMALpreL 

14 /?n to travail, to bring forth. TuELpret, 

15 7\n (see Porm) ; to bring forth : it is applied to the eternal 

generation of the Sen of God, Prov. viii. 14, 25 ; to the 
production of rain, Prov. xxv. 23 ; also to the formation 
of some curious work. HiPHiL *fiU. Pulal ^preL 
Hophal «fut. 
18 yy to flow as water : applied to oontinuous motion of any 
kind, ef the presents flowing in or solemnly brought to 
the Messiah, Ps. Ixviii. ag. HiPHiL •fitt. Hophal ^fui, 
« h2] Ch. ATKKLpret. 

17 Sn^ to grive, put, place ; used (except once, see Burden) as an 

imperative, give, give here. Kal imp. 

18 i!^ to bring forth children, to beget ; to bring up : Gen. 1. 23, 

''brought up upon Joseph's knees,'* i.e. laid on his knees 
to.be owned and blessed. Kal ^pret. ^inf. '>fu$, 
NiPHAL ^fut. PuAL •pree. Hiphil fpret. 'if\f. ^fwt. 
^part, 

19 t)^ to go ; to make to gO) to lead, to bring. Htphtl ^prtt. 

^fut. 

20 ^OJ to add» to bring more. KAL^jwet "BirBSL^ pairt. 



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to go out, go forth ; to lead forth, to bring out, forth, up. 
Kal ^part, PoeL HiPHiL ^prei, ^inf, ^imp. •fut. 
'part, HoFHAL 'pret. ^parL » HS^O m. the going forth : 
used of the bringing of horses from Egypt for Solomon ; 
comp. 2 Chron. ix. 28. 

to go down, to be brought down ; to bring down. HlFHiL 
•jwrt. »»fmp. «/m«. *part. Kotral • prd. 'fut. 

to dwell ; to make to dwell. HiFHiL pret. Zech. x. 6, "I 
will bring them again to place them." Aben-Ezra and 
Kimchi think that the word is compounded of li^ and 
a^^' ; and so our translators seem to have taken it : the 
expression implies at least secure habitation. 

to finish, to bring to pass. ToLpret, 

to be bowed down; to bow down, to humble, to bring 
down, under. Niphal •/trf. Hiphil ^fut. 

to bow, to be brought down. Kal prtt. 

to take, to take away ; frequently with the import of to 
take and bring, to take and give, &o. Kal ^pret. ^ imp. 

*fut, NiFHAL ^fiU. 

to find. Kal fut, 

to touch, to reach to. HiFHiL ^pret, ^fui, 

to touch, to near ; to bring near, forth, hither. HiPHiL 
*pret. ^imp. ^ftU. ^part, 

to thrust ; to bring upon ; seq. ^7- Hiphil pret. 

to lead, guide, conduct, to bring away. Kal ^fiU, ^part, 
Paiil. PiEL <>pret. ^fuL 

to sprout, to bring forth ; to bring forth words. Kal fiU, 

to lead, to lead out or away. Hiphil /ut. 

to pull up (the tent-pins) ; to depart, to remore. HiPHiL 
*fut. *» y^Q m. a removing. 

to lift up, to take away. Kal ^pret, ^imp, ^ftU, ^pari, 
Poel. HiPHiL •prtt. 



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to go about, to bring about, again. Hiphil ^pret, 
^fut, 

to turn aside out of the way. Hiphil pret. 

to serve, to work, to perform. Kal inf. 

to pass over ; to bring over, through. HiPHiL *pret. 
''fut. 

to ascend, to go up; to bring up. ELal *tn/. 
NiPHAL«in/. Hiphil *j>re«. •inf. 'imp, 8 fut, ^part. 
HoPHAL ^pret, 

Ch. to go in; to bring in. Aphsl ^prtt. ^inf. ^imp, 
Hophal ^pret. 

to bring (a cloud). PlEL inf, 

to do; taking its meaning from the word to which it 
refers : Ps. xxxvii. 5, *' he shall bring to pass," i, e. the 
object of thy way. Kal ^prtt. <» inf. 'fvt. ^part. Poel. 



64 



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47 rne to bear fruit, to bring forth. Kal •pret. ^fut, 

48 np^ to spring or grow up ; to bring forth. Kal * part. PoeL 

Hiphil ^fut, 

49 *ipy to go up ; to cause to advance. Hiphil fut, 

60 }*3p to gather ; to bring together. , Piel part. 

61 3'}p to draw or come near ; to bring near, bring, bring forth. 

NiPBAL^pret. PiSL^pret. HiFBlL*pret, ^i^f. •imp. 
'fut. a:jj7 Ch. Aphel Mpret. 

62 mp to meet. Hiphil pret. 

63 n3^ to be many, to increase, to grow up ; to bring ap ; to 

bring in abundance. PiBL •pret. Hiphil ^pret. 
Uyy to be lifted up ; Polel, to bring up, nourish, educate ; or 

to exalt in spiritual and temporal blessings. Polel j>rcf. 
p*l to run ; to bring hastily. Hiphil fut. 

66 33^ to ride ; to cause to ride, to bring, to bring on horseback. 

Hiphil •pret. ^fut. 

67 *T3K^ to break, to cause to break forth, bring to the birth. 

Hiphil fut. 

68 3^t^ to return ; to bring again, bring back, bring home again. 

Kal •pret. ^inf. ^fui. ^part. PoeL Polel •pret. 'it^. 
Pulal 8paH, Hiphil ^pret, ^inf, ^imp. '/irt. ^parU 
Hophal »/««. ^paH. 

69 niK^ to be even ; to make even, to set, " to bring forth" (fruit), 

to prepare fruit for himself. Piel /tit. 

60 D^fc^ to set, place, put. Kal •prtt. ^fut, 

61 nnt^ to bow down ; to be brought low, brought down. KiPHAL 

•fuL Hiphil ^pret, 

62 Tl*^ to set, to lay, to put. Kal •fut. 

63 HpK^ to send ; to bring on the way ; comp. 3 John 6 : Bom. xr. 

^4 : I Cor. xvi. 11 : Acts xx. 38. Piel •pret. »> w/. 

64 7&^ to be made low; to bring down. Kal •pret. Hiphil 

^pret. ''fut. 

65 DfiC^ to set, put, or place. See Sd, Burden^ Pot, Hook. If the 

view given under Burden be the just one, in Ps, xxii. 15 
the idea is that of being brought to the dust of death in 
a degraded condition, as of one who usually lies among 
the pots . — Schultens. Kal fut. 

66 yy^ this word seems to have nearly the same meaning as $eateo 

in Latin, and signifies to swarm in respect to produo* 
tion, to bring forth abundantly. Kal •pret. ^m^. 



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XX. 8. 
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xxii 8. 
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Rod.xxTa.1. tb JdbxL». 2 Eiek. xl. 6. 6. 7> f»^ 

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ZTi.89. 8 Pt.cxix.M. 2 zfi. 1, 1, 12. 2 b 

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2 Chron. vL 18. 2 b I§a. xxxilL 2L.a 1^ 1 zliii. 16. 17. 2 b 

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a NCbioad of apaoM^ cr, handa^ fi Ui, bo the breadth of thtm. 

BBOIDSBBD. 

riDjin /. Tariegation of colour ; party-oolourod doth or garment, 
brcndered work : £zek. rri. ip, X3> 18 ; xxtl. 16 ; xzvii 
If 16, «4- 
Xy^ Pie], to work with chequer-work on white doth, so that 
the cheques or cells resembled the settings of precious 
stones. — Oe$eniu9. y}«^9 m. tesselated stuff: Ezod. 
xxviiL 4. Gesenius^ made of ohequer-work. 

BBOOK. 

p^K M. see Channd: Ps. xlii. i. 

1^ m. river. See Biver. Isa. xix. 6, 7^ 7, 7, 8. 

bo^ m^ ft smaS brook : 2 Sam. xvii. 20. 

7rU m. a vaUay with a brook ; a brook, stream. Most of the 
stseams in Palestine are torrents, flowing only in winter 
(xc(fi<^^o(), and such an one is meant in Job vi. 15, My 
brethren are deceitftil Hke the torrent,, which dries up 
nnespectedly, and so disappoints the traveller. — Oete- 
mu$. Gen. xxxii. 7$, &c. 

BBOTH. 

pntD m. broth, sevp : Jadg. vL 19^ 20 : Isa. Izv. 4. 
fnfi ike same as above by a change of the lint letter; or 
more probably from p39 to break in pieeet ; Isa. Ixv. 4, 

BBOTHSB. 

riK M. a brother, whether of the same fitther,. «r mother, or 
€i both; a relation generally, whether by affinity or 
blood, as undo, cousin, nephew ; one of the same 
country, tribe, or neighbourhood ; a fellow or &mi- 
liar; any person or thing like another; a term of 
affection generally : Gen. iv. 2, &c. ; very frequent, 
nut Ch. m. Ezravii. 18. ninw/. brotherhood: Zech. 
xi. 14. 
t^^K see Man, Gen. xiiL 8, lit. men brethreo. 

iS'^ «k &ther*s brother: Num. xxzvi. 11 : 3 Kings xxiv. 17. 

D3^ to marry as the nearest relation, or in right of affinity. 
PiEL inf, Deut. xxv. 7. /trf. Deut. xxv. 5. Da; m. the 
brother of a woman's husband, which brother, if her 
husband died childless, was obliged to marry her : Dent, 
xxv. 5, 7. 

pn ». a companion, acquaintance, friend ; one beloved : Dent. 
xxiv. 10. 

BBOW. 
31 m. that part which rises above tbe rest ; the aroh of the 
eye, eyebrow : Lev. xiv. 9. 
nyp OPm. forehead : Isa. sdviiL 4. 



BBOWN. 

D^n adj, a dark brown or black eolour: Cten. xxx. 33, 33, 
35^40. 

BBT7X811. 
t Hyi to bruise, break in smail piecee ; to smSie ; applied to 
the mind, and used of ^e Messiah, it designates the 
most severe inward and outward suffering : Isa. liii. 5. 
PlEL • inf. PiTAL ^paH. 
ft ppn to beat small or thin. Kai.»^. KorfLAL^ftti. 

3 m^Sn /. » stripe, weal, or wound. 

4 'i^lD to preasy. squeeze, crush. Kal part. PiMii 

ft nfe^y to W4>rk,. or labour; to press the breasts. Kal *»»/. 

¥isb^prti. 
y]n Ch. to break in pieces. Fal/kI. 
}V1 to break, to crush ; differs from 'y^'^, seo Isa. xlii. 3. 

Kal part. Palil. 

^2p m>. breaking. 

^(^ to break or smite in pieces; greaU; to inj«ie or wound. 

KAL/tt<. 

GeikiaiMft. 9 

Lev. xxii. 24. 4 

2 Kings xviii. 21. 7 

Ln.L6. 8 

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BBuriT: 

V^p m. report, tidings, fame : Nah. ilL 29. rr^^^DV^ /. message, 
tidings: Jer. x. 22. 

BBUTISH. 

1^21 to consume, either by burning or eating : the latter sense 
seems to be the root of '^''7^ whence has recurred the 
meaning of brutish to the verb, to^ act like a bmte^ 
without regard to reason or propriety. Kal *fut, 
'^paH. PoeL NiPHAL ^prcL ^pwi, •"VJ^». stupid, 
brutish. 



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4 np*) w. a spear, javelin. 



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the material, and of the place; with an acoosatlTe of 
the person, to build a house for any one, to oaose him 
to prosper; it also applies to having oftpring and 
descendants : see Child. To begin to build : i Kings 
tL I, comp. % Chron. iii. i, s. To be adyanoed in honour 
and wealth ; to be enlarged in knowledge ; teachers are 
called builders for the same reason. KAL^pret. ^inf. 
•imp. ^fia. •poH. PoeL 'por«. PatO. NiPHAL f i^rrt. 
kff%f. »/«<. ^part, n^a and naa Ch. P'al ^pret, ^itif, 
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7^ tn. the name of a month, beginning with the new moon 
of November ; so called fix>m its being a rainy month : 
I Kings vL 38. 

BUIiI., BUIiIiOOK. 

T3K (see Mighty), strong, powerful ; that which is the itrongekt; 
metaph. enemies of Christ and his 'church. 
}a m, son. 
*1j^3 com, homed cattle (most commonly) at fuU aget, when fli 
for the plough. — Bockart, 

b^Tlt ^^'^^ * steer, a young bull or bullock, from its round 

plump form. 
")fi m. a bull, bullock, "young bullock," steer oz. 
lS^ m. an animal of the oz kind, without respect to age or sex. 

See Ox, The word itself is strictly generic. 
^\F\ m, a wild bull, or rather a species of gazelle or wild goat; 

Lxx. Vulg. in Deut. Aqu. Symm. Theod. Vulg. in Isa. 

tpvl. The Targums,5<M«y2ve»<m, a kindred idea. Comp. 

Unicom, See Bocharti Hieroxoioon. lib. iii oap. xzviii 
^\F\ Ch. m. an oz, ». q. Heb. n^^J. 

Na 6 not all induded. 



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BxriiBtrsH. 

)to|M m. » rash : Isa. lyiii. 5. 
KDI the Egyptian papyrus. See Riuk, Ezod. iL 3: Isa. rviii. a. 
Pliny takes notice of ttie ''naves papyraceas annentaque 
Kill. " Luoan has, " Conseritur bibula memphitiB cymba 
papyro." 

BUItWABK. 

T^n in. see Ttenek. Isa, xxri i. n)»n/. {d, Ps. xlviiL 13, 
Ut, her bulwaik. 
*T11(D m. a fortress, entrenchmeiity a besieging tower : Ecoles. 

ix. 14. 
rtSfi /. a comer, a battlement in a wall, ^ima : 2 Ohron. zxvi 

15. 
*l1V2D m. a mound, entrenchment, of the besiegers : Deut.xx.90. 

BUBTOH. 
m)K /. * coUeotion, a bundle : Exod. xii. ai. 
nt^'n /. bunch on a camel's back : Isa. xxx. 6. 

BUND^IiB. 
*l1'iy m. that which is bound up fitst and dose, s bundle : Gen. 
xlii 35, 35 : I Sam. xxt. 39 : Cant. i. 13. 

BT7BD.BN. 

1 rn,)M /. a collection, a bunch: Isa. Iviii. 6, "heayy burdens,** 
fnarg, * bundles of the yoke.' 

a HDto /. see Tclke, Isa. Iviii. 6, marg. as above. The translators 
would seem to have rendered r^^^^t{ burdens, and n9\D 
heavy; at least, so Taylor supposes in his Hebrew Con- 
cordance. 

a Sn^ to give, to supply. Kal pret* Ps. Iv. 99, thy burden, lit, 
which he hath given thee, ». «. thy lot ; or thy care, 
anxiety ; Lxx. fi4ptfufa ; comp. i Pet. v. 7. Or ID) «*. lot. 

4 Kto m. a burden or load ; figuratively, a judgment which lies 

heavy on a pec^le. Gesenius however takes the mean- 
ing in a more &vourable sense of oracle uttered, as in 
Zech. xii. i, and MaL i. i, it stands in a good sense. 
Exod. xxiii. 5, &o. •nijteQ/. burden ; or rising up, 
ascent of smoke and flame. ^ nt*tpQ /. burden or oracle, 
'either in the figurative sense as above, or burdens im- 
posed, tribute, &o. 

5 bx to bear or to carry a burden as a porter. Hithpabl to be 

a burden : ^ftU. *> ^30 m, a charge or burden. « bab i». 
id. ^ ^)^^ /.-this word seems to imply heavier burdens. 

• ^|9 m. a bearer (of burdens), a porter, is i Kings t. 29, 
with K^b by apposition ; lit, a bearer of burdens bearing. 

6 O'^^ to lay on a burden, to load. Kal * part. Poel, Zech. xii. 3. 

* nppyg /. a burden : Zech. xii. 3, Kt. of burden. Gese- 
nius quotes Jerome on this passage, to illustrate its 
meaning; who informs us that it was the custom in Pa- 

, lestine, and in the villages kc of Judea, to place round 
heavy stones with which the young men might exerciBO 
themselves, some raising them to the knees, others 
higher, and others to the head or shoulders ; and some, 
' ' ' with uplifted arms and imited hands, to show their 
strength, would raise them above their heads. Which 



may be applied to the passage in question in this way,— 
Jerusalem shall be a burdensome stone to all who con- 
tend with her or attempt to remove her ; they shall be 
/ cut and torn by it, while they accomplish nothing against 

her. Comp. Matt. xxi. 44. 

7 Jlfifi^ to place, to put. D^^BV^D dual, may be intended to mean 
rails or bars plaoed on each side, to keep cattle asunder 
and in order, as in a stable or fold : €ren. xlix. 14, Issa- 
char is a strong ass, couching, lying at his ease (see 
Couch), between two rails, enclosing him on each side, 
i. e. submitting to labours of husbandry, and extraordi- 
nary taxes, that they might be exempted from the avo- 
cations and perils of war. See Patrick in loc. Yarioufi 
other interpretations have been given of this word, as 
that it means panniers, boundaries, t. e. of the country 
of Issachar ; but I adhere to the opinion of Schultens, 
that it refers to the hearth-irons, or stones, on which the 
pot was set for boiling,' and that the figure there used is 
that of shepherds or nomad tribes, who prefer that kind 
of life to the more active and patriotic occupation of 
defending the country against their enemies; and we 
are to suppose the meanest and most inactive stretched 
on the ground where the cooking has been carried on. 
The chaise brought against this tribe is that of dis- 
graceful inactivity in preferring an inglorious occupation. 
No. 4 not included. 

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BUBIAIi. (SeeBXTBT.) 

BUBN. 

1 p^H to eat, to consume or destroy in any way, especially by 

fire or sword. KALfut. 

2 (^ com. fire. 

3 ")p2l to bum, said of fire, and of the fuel of fire ; properly to 

bum in order to waste, consume, and clear away; it 
implies therefbre ragihg and increasing flame. A dis- 
tinction is to be made in the use of this word when 
' applied to fire or to the material ; as the bush burned 
though not consumed, with the appearance of fire, which 
did not consume the wood. EIal ^pret. ^fut, *part, 
Poel. PiBL«»jpr«f. •if^. ffta. TxJALtpart, HiFHiL 
^preU ^fia. 

4 11^*^ m. anything round ; a heap of wood or bones for the fire. 

5 p7n to bum ; to pursue with a hot malicious mind : yet in one 

instance it is used evidently in a good sense, applied to 
the lips when professing ardent fri^idship. Kal * part, 
p^7 Ch. »» Fal jjor*. active, 

6 ")2T to remember; to make to be remembered; to offer a me- 

morial sacrifice. Hiphil pctrt, 

7 pnn to kindle. KAL/irf. 

8 *nn to be burned to a coal : figuratively applied to extreme 

heat of the body in a fever. KAL^pret. NiPHix .^frc«. 



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•/«<• 'fMWi* *^I379 ». loerobiDg^ lieai Im the air 
oftofling great drought, 
to bam with a destructire conflagration, as a forest, citj^ 
or cornfield set on fire : hence to be reduced to a ruined 
desolate condition. KiX^/itt. Nifqal i»pr«<. Hifhil 

to bom as oommom c«lfa»u7' fire, whieih boms slow and 
steady^ but may spread wide, consume much, and con- 
iinue long. Ka* */««. ^jJorf. Poel. Hopbux •/!*<. 
n^ Oh. F41. ^part, active. • ni)?; Ch. /. a burning. 
'•rt|?^ ». id. i^P^n m. id' ^ ^1IJ^D /. id. Geaeoius, 
perhaps, heap of fuel. 

4>nly in Niphal, to be burnt with fire in any part of the 
body. NvHAL ^fut. * ^3 m. the mark of a hot iron 
brand on the forehead or cheek as a token qf servility. 
* n^lj /. a burning. <* n^Sp /. a place burnt on the body. 

to bum, or be bvvt, with the vehement heat of a strong 

penetrating fUifne : applied to God's dreadful judgments 

burning up the wicked. Pdel * preL ^ftU. 
(^. emaciated, dried up, reduced to skin aikd bone, 
to lift up ; to bum as a bonfire or conflagration. IKALfyt. 
to kindle a fire, to set om fire. HjPHiLjpnrf. 
see below *|?^. Phbl par*, 
to ascepd ; a lamp ascends when it is lighted or bnmetb ; 

so also what is burnt on the altar ascends in )iame and 

«Qoke. K^ ^fut. BiPEfL ^imf. « n)'9 /. a bumt- 

oflei:ipg i^id iHicrifioe. « nj:^ CJh. /. id. 
to ky;i(Ue, pet on $re. Hi^m* fut, 
to bum, to scqroh. Niphal *pret. ^ ^%y$ /• a burning, 
to kindle, tp oause to hum ; to kwdle itselt SLal *tf^. 

b nojg /. burning ague, fever. 
Piel, to bum inoensex>r fo^ ; to cause the smoke to ascoid 

as Fi4>our of incense. PiEL •^prtt. ^ ianf. ^fut. ^ part,. 

HiPHiL •flrrt. Hnf. timp. ^fuL ^paart. Hophal ^ftU. 

1 ^p^p m. a burning. 
m. a flame, a bu];ning hea^t ; a burning pestilence ; burning 

heat, burning coals, 
to bum, e.g. oiibies, houses, altars. Kal •pre*, ^inf. •fut. 

^part. Poel. •part. PatiL Niphal 'ftU. Pual fjpr^. 

k n^'^tp /. a burning. ^ n^D^ipp /. pi. burning*. 



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1. 17. 8 a 

niv. 4 8 a 

iivii4 18 

III. 27. 3 c 
zxxiiil4U. 28i9a 

iiiiiil4. 10 g 

nxiv. 9. 80 

il. 16. 3 e 

ilii25. 8b 

iliii24i 11 a 

iliv. 16. 3 e 

iliv. 14 14 28 a 

ilvii 14 28 a 

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Ixiv. 2. 20 a 

fadv. ILy 28 h 

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liv. 6. Mb 

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lxvi.8. 6 

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nxiv. 2. 22. 


2Ss 


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ixxvii 8. U. 


28a 


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xixviiiia. 


28s 


nivui.28. 


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mix. 8. 


28i 


xliii. 12. 


28s 


iliiiU. 


280 


iliv.444iy.M. 


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21b 


Iliv. 14 19. 


21d 


Iliv. 21. 23. 


21s 


Ilviii86. 


21 i 


Tlix.2. 


91 


]i25. 


28h 


li.80. 


9e 


M.82. 


28s 


li.68. 


9s 


lii. 13. 18. 


28cs 


Lam.ii3. 


8b 


£Bek.il3. 


80 


V.2. 


8i 


V.4. 


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IV. 6. 


80 


ivi4L 


28a 


11.47. 


19s 


niii 47. 


28c 


niv. 6. 


4 


niv. 14 


80 


uiv.ll. 


8a 


mix. 9. 4 


148d 


mix. 14 


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iliii21. 


23a 


I>Mi.iii411,1417. 


20.21.2424 


lOd 


vii. 9. 


6b 


vii.U 


10 s 


Ho8.1il4 


21 h 


iv.l4 


210 


vii4 


80 


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210 


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Amos ILL 


28b 


iv.ll. 


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Nah.i6. 


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a Ml. they shall bum. ^ M. it shall not bum thee. yULfot 

buiiningolflrs. i «r» baminK diseases. Bout, ixxii 24 

BUBBTISHBD. 

7?p a4i* anooth, polished : Eaek. i 7. 

BUBST. 
y|!)21 to cleave a81^lder with a wAm, J^TFBiSsfiU. Jo^ xxxiL 
19, " ready Jko burst.** 
nrtSp /. a h^reakUig in pieces : Isa. zxz. 14. 
pnS to draw or pull asunder ; to tear oS. Phl pret. J«r. ii. 

10 ; V. 5. fat. Jer. zzx. 8 : Nah. L 13. 
y^^ to break out violently, as water breaks through a bank or 
any forced passage, and difluseth itself all abroad. Kal 
fut. Prov. iii. 10. 



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BUBY. 

*1^p to bury ; an act of kindness and humanity whick none 
darad to perfonn for one who had been executed : Ps. 
Ixxix. 3. Kal ^Tprei, ^inf. ^imp. ^fut. •part. Pool. 
'part. PattL NiPHAL 'fut, Pebl *tn/. ifut, *part. 
"PuAL ^prei. ■» "^ag m, buryingplaco. » f^^^a? /. burial ; 
gravBy sepul(^ure. 



OeiLzy.16. 
zxiii.4,4. 
zziiL«,e. 
xxiii.8. 
uiii. 9, 20. 
xxiii. 11, 16. 
xxiiLlS. 
xxiii 10. 
XXT. 9. 
xzv. 10 
xxxT.8,19. 

XXXT. 29. 

xJviL29. 

zlvii. SO. 89. 

xJviii?. 

xlix.29. 

zlix.80. 

xliz. 81, 81, 81. 

L5,6. 

L6. 

1.7.U14 

118,19. 
Num.zL84. 

xz. 1. 

xxxiii4. 
Beut.x.8. 

xxi.2S. 

xzxiT.8. 
JoBb. xxiv. 80, 88. 

xxiv.S2. 
Judx.ii9. 

via.82. 

x.2,6. 

xiL7.10,12;l5. 

xvi. 81, 81. 
Euth L 17. 
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xxxLlS. 

Sam.iL4 

ii6,82. 

iii82. 

iv.12, 

xvii28. 

xxil4w 

Kings ii 10.84, 

it 31. 

n: 

xiii29. 

xiiL 81, 81, 81. 

xiv.18. 

xiv.18. 

xiv.SL 

XV. 8. 

xy.24u 

xvl 6k 28. 

xxiL87. 

xxiiSO. 

Kings Till 8i 

ix.10. 

ix.28. 

ix.84. 

ix.85. 

X.86. 

xii2L 

xiii9.20. 

xiii. 18. 

XiiL 21. 

ziv. 1% 99. 

XV. 7. 

XV. 88. 

XVL20. 

XXL 18. 



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2King8Xxi26. 

xxiu.80. 
1 Chron. x. 12. 
8 Cliron. ix. a^ 

xiLie. 

xiT.l. 

xvi 14 

xxil. 

xxi20. 

xxiiO.' 

xxiv. 18. 

xxiv. 26, 25. 

XXV. 28. 

xxvi28,28. 

xxvii9. 

xxviii27. 

xxxii.88. 

xxxiii20. 

XXXV. 2i. 
Job xxvii Ifi. 
Ps. Ixxix. 8. 
Eoeles. vi8« 

viiilO. 
laa. xiv. 20. 
Jer. vii82. 

viii2. 

xiv.18. 

XVL46. 

xix. U, U. 

XX. 6. 

xxii 19, 19. 

XXV. 88. 
Esek. xxxix. 11, 

xxxix.14. 

xxxix. 10, 15. 
Hos.ix.6, 



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BT7SH, BTTBHT. 

I^r^n? ^"^ pastures to which Qooks are led : Isa. ^ii 19. Our 

transUtion gives in the marg, 'oommendable trees,' %a if 

the word were demed from >bri to praise ; but this is 

not admitted by modem critics. 

n]}p m. a thorny bush : Exod. iii 2, t, z, 3, 4 : Deut. xxj^iii 

16 : whence prob. the name of Mount Sinai, 
n^ m. pboty shnib, bush : Job zzx. 4, 7. 
DT^^TT) m. pi. hanging down, flowing ; spoken of the hair : Cant. 

V. II. 

BnSIBTBSS. 

*>3^ m. a thing, -matter, business, &o. : Deut. xzir. 5 : Josh. 

ii 14, 20 : Judg. zviii 7, a8 : i 6am. w. % 2, 8. 
pjy m. see Travail : Eccles. v. 3. 

ro^Tp /. any work, business, or afibir ; an oocupation, employ- 
ment : Gen. xxxix. 1 1, &o. 
nb^D m, work, labour : i Sam. zx. 19. 

busy: 

nb^ to do. Kal part. Poel : i Kings zz. 4a 

BUTLSB. 
npe^ HiPBiLy to gife to drink : part* cupbearer : Qen. zL r^ 2, 



5t 9» 13} ^o, ai, 33 ; zli. 9. n{7i^p m. bntlership : Gen. 
zL ai» "he again gare the chief cupbearer charge over 
the giving of drink.** 

BX7TTSB. 
riKpn /. thick or curdled milk, or cream : in Prov. zxx. 33, it is 
thdught to mean cheese. Gen. zviii. 8 : Deut. zxxii. 14 : 
Judg. V. 25 : a Sam. xviL 29 : Job xx. 17 : Prov. xxx. 
33 : Isa. vii. 15, aa, aa, n^HpCJP /. pi. Ps. Iv. ai, Ut, 
smooth are the milkinesses of his mouth : but, observes 
Gesenius, it would better suit the parallelism to read 
with Kimchi and others, n^M^tJO his mouth is smoother 
than oreaoi or butter, 
npn /. the same : Job zziz. 6, 

BUTTOCKS. 
n^^b^P /. the thighy the hip, the part on which the st^ chiefly 
depends : i Chron. ^iz, 4. 
n^ m. the posteriors, the seat : a Sam. z. 4 : laa^ zz. 4. 

BUY. 

1 rn3 to prepare, to provide ; to provide by purchasing. Kal/iU. 

2 nj^ to take, as a possession ; as ware is taken or bought. 

KAhfvt. 

3 n^P to get, gain, acquire, possess, in any manner. Kal 

»pr#. *i«/. '^imp, ^fiU. •part. Poel. NiPBAL 'prO. 
H^f Ch. P'ai, ifut. ^ nj jp /. bought. 

4 ^^^ m. pom. whenoe "t)^ to buy or sell, com, food. Kal ^inf. 

*»tmp. •fiU, ^part. Poel, 



Gen. xvii 12, U» S8, 
27. 
xxxiiil9. 
xxxix. 1. 
xliB7. 
xlii2. 

xjii.aL«,7,i(l 

xlm.2. 

xHii4 

xliii20,2a. 

xUv.26. 

xlviil4u 

xlviilO. 

xlvii.20. 

xlvii.22,2&, 

xUx.aO. 

L18. 
Exod.xii4i 

xxi2. 
Lev. xxii 11. 



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8d 
8d 
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4b 
4a 
4b 

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4a 

4b 

4d 

8c 

8d 

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8a 

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Lev. XXV. 14. 

XXV. 16, 44^ 40. 

XXV. 28. 80, 50. 

XXV. 51. 

xxvii 22. 

xxvii. 24. 
Deut ii 0,6, 

xxviii. 68. 

xxxii. 6. 
Josh. xxiv. 82k 
Euth iv. *, 8. 

iv. 6, 6. 

iv.9. 
2 8am.xii8. 

xxiv. 21. 

xxiv. 24. 

xxiv. 24. 
1 Kings xvi 24, 
2Kingixiil2. 

xxii 6. 



8b 


1 Chron. xxL 14. 


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101iron.xxxiv.ll. 


lb 


8e 


Esra vii 17. 


»5 


8h 


Neh.v.8. 


8h 


V.16. 


8a 


8a 


X.S1. 


1 


40,1 


Prov. XX. 14 


8e 


8e 


xxiii 28. 


80 


8a 


xxxi.16. 


1 


8a 


Isa. xxiv. 2. 


8e 


8c 


xliii 24 


8a 


Sba 


hr.1,1. 


4b 


8 a 


Jer. xxxii 7, 7. 


80b 


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xxxii 8, 8, 26. 


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xxxii. 9, 44 


Sbd 


xxxii 48w 


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8d 


Btek.viil2. 


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8b 







BYWAYS. 

^i?i?K ^* orooked. nn>t com. a way, road or path : Judg. v. 6. 

BYWOBD. 

TvpO f. word, speech ; the subject of talk and oonvenation : 

Job xxx. 9. 
/^ f». parable, proverb : Ps. zliv. 14. V^D m, proverb : 

Gee., a song of derision : Job xviL 6. 
t\y*^ /. moekeiy, scorn, dwision ; Ut. sharp, pungent speech : 
Dent. xxviiL 37 : i Kings ix. 7 : a Chron. vii. aa 

OAB. 

3^ m. a measure, the eighteenth part of an ephah, oontaining 
something more than three pints : 1 Kings vi 95. 



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CABIN. 
rn3n /. s vatilt, oell, BO called from its Ofuired or arehed form ; 
a dungeon : Jer. xzxvii. i6. 

OAGID. 

3^73 m. s o»ge or basket ; a trap-oage : Jer. ▼. 37. 

OAEID. 

1 rorri /. dry figi worked into one maBS or oake : in which form 
they grew hard^ and would keep lor a long time : Cels. 
Hierobot. part ii. p. 377. 

% %hfy /. a cake, especially fuch as was offered in sacrifioes, simi- 
lar to the unleavened cakes still made by the Jews, 
which are perforated or punctured to prevent fermen- 
tation. 

8 D^^^ m. pi. cakes prepared in a certain way for an idoL 

4 T\\^lh /. pi. cakes shaped like a heart; whence 13 J to make cakes. 

PiiL ^fvt. 

5 n^y and nny /. a cake baked on the hearth ; or upon hot stones, 

and covered with ashes, such as could be hastily pre- 
pared. « a^99 m. id. 
yixi^ tn it^ 7^?V m. a round cake (of barley bread). 

7 p^i^n m. wafer. 

See ITMeoMMcl. 



Gen.zTiiie. 




NuBLzy. SOi 




1 Kings Z1IL IS. 


Ezod.zii.89. 




Judg.vu.ia. 




ziz.8. 


zziz.2,28. 




1 Sam. zzy. 18. 




lChron.ziiM. 


Lev.ii4. 




zzz.ia. 




zziiL2». 


viil2,18,18. 




% Sam. vL 19. 




Jer.viLlS. 


viU.26,2e. 




ziu.8. 


4a.4 


zliv.19. 


zziv. 5, 6. 




ziii.8,8. 


4a.4 


Esek.iv.18. 


Num.vL15,l». 




ziiLlO. 




Hos.viL8. 


xi8- 




1 Kings z¥ii« 12. 


6a 





OALAMITT. 

1 TK m; a heavy calamity, which crusheth and nrineth ; great 

distress, which surrounds and straitens ; or, as serenity 
and light are the symbols of joy, so vapour, fog, douds, 
and darkness, of distress and perplexity. — Taylor. 

2 %W\\ f. tmj troublesome evil, sad event or accident; a ruin- 

ous down&U ; a very great misfortune. See Wicked. 
• n»ri '3. 

8 ]n adj. evil, unfortunate, calamitous. 



BeutzzziiSS. 


1 


Prov.i2a. 




Jer.zviiL17. 1 


2 Sam. xzii. 19. 


1| vilB. 




zhri21. 1 


Job vi. 2. 




zviL5. 




zlTiiLie. 1 
ziiz.8,8ft 1 


TXZ.18. 




ziz.18. 




PB,zviiL18. 




zziT.28. 




Eiek. zzzv. 8. 1 


IviLl. 




zzTiLlO. 




Obad. 18, 18^18^ 1 


0Z1L5. 











OAItAMXrS. 

rtSp m. a reed ; the word is also used to signify ealamfu (uro- 
maticvMf sometimes alone, sometimes with the addition 
of Di^l aromatit or aromaticus, sometimes of l^lBi7 op<i- 
mui. The calamus aramaiicu* is a reed growing in India 
and Arabia, scenting the air with a fragrant smell ; and 
when cut down, dried, and powdered, making an ingre- 
dient in the richest perfumes: Exod. zxx. 93: Cant, 
iv. 14 : Ezek. xxvii. 19. 



OAtiDBON. 

]^D^K m. a pool, a caldron : Job xli. 90. 
^m m. a basket ; a pot or kettle : 1 Chron. jexxv. 1$, 
TD COM. a pot, kettle, caldron; a fleehpot: Jer. liL 18, 19: 
Ezek. xi. 3, 7, 1 1, lii. be for a caldron to you. 

T\nPJ> /. a pot, kettle : i Sam. iL 14 : Micah iii 3. 

0AIi7. 

8 ")p3 com, a beeve, male or female. 

3 7^}j com. a cal( male and female; sometimes a heifer, in its 

round and fleshy state. * n^39 /. id. 

4 *1fi and *1B m. a young bulL 



Gen. zriiL 7. 1* 2 

ZTiiLa. 1,2 

Ezod.zzzii4b8,19, 



20.24^88. 
Lev.iz.2. 

iz.8.8. 
Deut.iz.18.21. 
18am. ¥17, 10. 

ziT.82. 

zzTiiLMb 



8 
8.1.2 

8 

1 

1.2 

8 



lKiBgBzii.28.81. 
2Kinjs8Z.29. 

zviLlS. 
2Chron.zLl& 

ziiiS. 
Neh. iz. 18. 
PB.zziz.e. 

Izviii8a 

cvL 19. 
l8a.zL8. 





In.zxviLia 8 




Jer.zxzi7.18,l«. 8 




Esek.L7. 8 




Ho8.viiL^8. 8 




Z.6. 8a 




ziii2. 8 




ziT.8. 4 




Amo8TL4 8 




MicahTL& 8 




MaLiv.2. S 



OAIiEBB. 

p^2l m. that which repairs a breach, from pi| to make a breach: 
Ezek. xxvii. 9, 27, marg. 'stoppers of chinks.' 

ptn to bind &st, to strengthei^ repair; or stop a chink. 
Htthil part, Ezek. xxvii 9, marg. ' strengtheners, or 
stoppers of chinks;' 97, lit. repairers of thy chinks. 

OAItli. 

1 IDM to say. Kal^/iU, »» par*. Pool. Ntpeal^JuL 
8 feCiS to come. Hiphil/h«. cause to come. 

3 P^ to cry out, to oaU. Seo CVy. KAL^/ni. NxFOAL^fitL 

HiPHiL •fia. 

4 *)^D to turn aside. HiPBiL prtt. call back, remove. 

6 PPV to cry, particularly for help; Hiphil, to call togisther. 
NiPHAL ^fut. HiPHIL ^fut. 

• Vr\p to cry, call out, shout; with ^9, Vy, nry^t to, after any 
one ; to 017 for helfs to call upon, to invoke ; to call 
upon God, with ^H^ ); and with ^V of the pefsoa 
against whom help is asked ; with Di^i to call on the 
name Jehovah ; to proclaim, to publish, to praise, cele- 
brate. The most common meaning of this word answers 
to the Greek word icaXciW, to caU, call for, to summon 
er invite; to call together or convoke; to call to an 
office ; to call to judgment ; to call or give a name to 
another ; to read aloud ; Niphal, to be called, &c. We 
have the following forms of expression : to be called by 
the name o^ to be numbered with, Isa. xliii. 7; to be 
called by the name o^ Jt*. the name of to be called upoo, 
is equivalent to the being accounted the people of Je- 
hovah : to be called is sometimes equivalent to the verb, 
to be, or to be in a settled, authorised manner. "KaIs 
^pret. ^inf. ^imp. ^ftU. • paH. PoeL 'part. Paiil. 
NiPHAL «|)rrt. f^fut. ^part, FvAL^pret. ^pa/rt. «n^ 
Gh. to oaU, ^THP'SL ^ftU. " Hn;^t) m, convocation. 



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7 ^V^ to xetttrn. 'Ej^pbil prtt: oall, oaose to return. 

8 UV& to set. Kal /u^., lU, and he set his name. 

9 ype^' to hear ; Piel and Hiphil, to call together. PlIL ^fiU, 

HiPHiL^fmp. 



8m BUsted, Happp, Seeord, Baumbrantet WUhut, 



Gen. L 6,8. 
18. 

i. 10. 10. 
ii. 19, 19. 
ii.28. 
iU. 9. 20. 
iv. 17. 26. 
iv.26.2e. 
v.2.8,29. 
xLO. 
zii.«,18. 
xiii.4. 
xvill,14. 
ZTil8,lft. 
xvii6. 
XTii.16. 
xvii. 19. 
xix. 6, S7, 88. 
zix.22. 
XX. 8. 9. 
zxi. 8. 17, 88. 
xxi.l2.a 
xxi.81. 

xxiL 11, 14, 16. 
xxiv. 67, 68. 
XXT. 26, 26. 
XXV. 80. 



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eh 

6a 

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xxvi. 9. 20, 21, 22; 

26. 88. 6 d 

xxvi 18, 18. eda 

xxvii. 1, 42. 6 d 

xxviii. 1, 19. 6 d 

xxix. 32, S3. 6 d 

xxix. 34, 86. 6 a 

XXX. 6. 6 a 
XXX. 8, 11, 18, 19, 20, 

21. 24. 6 d 

zxxi4k54. 6d 

zxxi. 47, 47. eda 

xxxi.48. 6 a 

xxxiL 2, 80. 6 d 

xxxiL 28. 10 

xxxiii. 17. 6 a 

xxxiiu 20. e d 

XXXV. 7, 8, 16. 6 d 

zxxv.10,10. ehd 

XXXV. 18, 18. 6 d a 
xxxviiL8,4^6,20,80.6d 

xxxix. 14. 6 d 
zlL 8, 14i 46, 6L 6 d 

xU. 62. 6 a 

xlvi. S3. 6 d 

xlvii. 29. 6 d 

. xlviii. 6. eh 

xlix.l. ed 

1.11. 6 a 

Bxod. L 18. 6 d 

iL7. 6 a 

ii8,10,22. ed 

ii20. 6 

iiL4. ed 

vii. 11. e d 

viii. 8, 26. 6 d 

ix. 27. 6 d 

X.16. eb 

X.24. ed 

xiL21,81. ed 

XV. 23. e a 

xvi. 81. e d 

xvii. 7. 16. ed 

xix. 8, 7, 20. e d 

xxiv. 16. e d 

xxxi. 2. 6 a 

xxziiL7. 6 a 

xxxiv. 16. 6 a 

xxxiv. SL e d 

XXXV. 80. 6 a 

XXXVL2. ed 

Lev.Ll. ed 

ix.1. ea 

X.4. 6d 

•Nuai.z.S. 6n 

xi. 8, 84. e d 

xii.6. ed 

xiiLie. 6d 

jm.%k ea 



Num. xvi 12. 

xxLS. 

xxii. 5, 20, 87. 

xxiv. 10. 

XXV. 2. 

xxxii. 41, 4fi. 
Beat. ii. 11, 20. 

iii.9,9,14. 

iii. 18. 

iv.7. 

v.l. 

XV. 2. 

XXV. 8. 

XXV. 10. 

xxviii. 104i 

xxix. 2. 

XXX. 1. 

xxxi. 7. 

XXXL14. 

xxxiii 10. 
Jotih. iv. 4 

V.9. 

vie. 

vii 26. 
viii. 16. 
ix.22. 
x.24 
xix. 47. 
xxii. 1,84 
xxiii2. 
xxiv. 1, 9. 
Judg. i 17, 26. 

iv.e. 

iv. 10. 

vi24 82. 

viiil. 

viii 81. 

ix.64 

X.4 

xiil. 

xii2. 

xiii24 

xiv. 16. 

XV. 17, 18. 

XV. 19. 

xvi. 18, 19, 28. 

xvi 26, 26. 

zviiil2. 

xviii. 29. 

xxilS. 
Ruth i 20, 20. 

i21. 

iv. 17. 
lSam.i20. 

iii 4 9. 10, le. 

iii 6, 6. 

iii 6, 6, 6. 

iii. 8, 8, 8. 

vi. 2. 

vii 12. 

ix.9. 

ix.26. 

X.17. 

xiil7,lB. 

xiii.4 

xvi 8. 

xvi 6, 8. 

xix. 7. 

xxU.lL 

xxiiiS. 

xxiii.28. 

xxviii. 16. 

xxix. 6. 
2 8am. i 7, 16. 

ii 16*26. 

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shalloali 8 M. be called to thee. c or. cried alter thee ftiUy. iUL 
(one) shaU call him. qM. (one) shall oaU to her. 

OAI.K. 
ilDOT /. silenoe, stiUness : Ps. ovit 99. 
pn^' to be still and quiet after disturbance or vehement tosnngs. 
KALfiU, Jonah in, is. 

OAItVB. 
^n to travail, to be in pain. ToiXLprd. Job xttix. i. fui. 

Ps. xxix. 9. 
'TT to bring forth. Kal pret, Jer. ziv. 5. 
U?B to let escape : to bring forth. FJBLfut. Job zzl 10. 

OAMBIi. 
TOSi com, a large beast of burden singularlj adapted to bear 
labour and &tigue in hot and dry countries: it oan 
travel four or five days together without water ; and 
half a gallon of beans and barley, or a fow balls made 
of the flour^ will nourish it for the whole day. — 
Shaut'i Travels, p. 330. The Arabs employed camels 
anciently in war« in their caravans, and for food. 
They are not unfrequently called "ships of the desert." 
Gen. xiL 16, &o. 
D^p*VltS^K m. pi. camel or dromedary : Esth. viii. 10, 14. 



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OAICF, SNCAICP. 
T\1T\ to abide^ settle ; applied to the encamping of an anny, 
either in the field or beeieging a town. Kal ^pret. 
*» tV. " imp. ^fiU, *part, Poel. ' f^;2|P com, a camp for 
BoldieiB, hence on army or host, for pastoral tribes, and 
of the children of Israel in the wilderness : Exod. xiv. 
19, &C. s ri^qo /. pi. a place where a camp is jntched. 
No. f not included. 



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Josh. iv. 19. 


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Job xix. 12. 


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CAMFHIBB. 
"IDb m. a shrub, ten or fifteen feet high, like privet, whose 
flowers grow in bunches, and have a very sweet and 
grateful smell ; with the powder of the leaves or flowers, 
mixed with water, women smeared their hands, feet. &c., 
to give them a golden colour : Gels. Hierobot. part i. p. 
225: Hiller. Hieroph. part i. cap. 54 : Bail Hist. Plant, 
tom. ii p. 1604 : Cant. i. 14 ; iv. 13. 

CAN. 

1 ^^ to know. Kal pret. rendered can, could. 

2 /b^ this word admits of all the senses in which we say a man 

can or cannot, is or is not able. SLal ^pret. ^fiii. ^3* 

Ch. P'al «pr««. ^fut. •pan. 
8 TtT^ Ch. to be able. Fal pmi. active. 
4 *T1^ to flee away. KAX^preL 
6 *lp^ Bee Discern. "ELifeil part. 



Gen. xiii. 6. 

xiii. 16. 

xix. 19. 22. 

xxiv.M. 

xxix. 8. 

xxxi.35. 

xxxiv. 14. 

XXX vi 7. 

xxxvii4 

xliv. 1. 22. 26. 

xlv.1,3. 

xlvilL 10. 
Exod. iL 8. 

vii. 21, 24. 

viiLia. 

ix.U, 

xiL39. 

XV. 28. 

xix. 23. 

xxxiii20. 
Num. ix. 6. 

xxiLlS. 

xxtv. 18. 
Beut viL 17. 

xxviiL 27. 8S. 

xxxL2. 
Josh. vii. 12. 18. 

XV. 68. 

xvii. 12. 

xxiv. 19. 
Judg. iL 14. 

xi.38. 

xiv. 18. 

xiv. 14. 



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«Ut.kii^ii0ttoundentand. ^ !</. I know not tospeak. 

y lit. they know not to blush. 



OAlTAAiriTll. 

^p]^^!p m. inhabitant of the ooontry west of Jordan : the 
ites were celebrated merohanta : Zech. xiv. IL. 



OABTDIiB. 
*1J m. s lamp, candle, light, which was always kept bunung 
in the apartment night and day, the patting out of which 
was therefore equivalent to desolation or destruction, 
Jer. xzv. 10, Job xxi. 1 7 ; as the contrary is the symbol 
of prosperity, Job xxix. 2, 3, 4 ; xviii. 6, marg. * or, lamp;' 
xxi 1 7, marg. id. ; xxix. 3, marff. id-, Ps. xviii 28, 
marg. id. : Prov. xx. 27, marg. id. ; xxiy. 10, marjf. id. ; 
xxxi. 18 : Jer. xxv. ib : Zeph. i. iz. 
rnijp /. a candlestick, particularly that in the tabernade : Exod. 
xxv. 31, &o. : I Chron. xxviii. 15, "every candleetick," 
lit. candlestick and candlestick ; 15, lit. id. 
nrifi^n^^ Ch. /. a candlestick : Dan. ▼. 5. 

OATS-EL 
n^[> m. Bee CaHamm: Isa. xliii. 34 : Jer. tL aa 

OANEBBWOBK. 

Pp m. the scarahcetta ofhoreus, or hedge-chafer : Philoe. TVans. 
No. a34, p. 74 1. A species of locust, so called from its 
gnawing herbage and trees. — Bochart. Called also atti- 
lahw, being a locust before it has cast its fourth oovering, 
and having short wings, with which it can pass from one 
place to another on the surfisu^e : in this state it devours 
urach herbage, and then assumes its more perfect state, 
and flies away : see Ges. Thes. The English word 
cankerworm is probably used simply to mean any insect 
that feeds laigely on herbage : Joel i 4, 4 ; ii 15 : 
Kah. iii. 15, 15, 16. 

OAPTAIK*. 

1 ^\PH m. head of a family or tribe. 

2 /PB m. owner, master. 

8 "^Ppp m. name of a military afficer among the Assyiiaiia and 
Modes. 

4 ")3 m. nan ; fnetaplu captain or chief leader ; also a battering- 
ram. 

6 ^3 m. pi. according to Gresenius, a deeoription of a body- 
guard under the later kings. See Ckerethittt. D^ved 
from nnp or "tj obtol. and denoting a part of their office 
to act as executioners. 

m. a person raised, eminent^ and conspicuous in fortitude 
and magnanimity, that goes before, direota and guaida 
others. See Rvder, 
m. one lifted up in power, &o., a prinoe, ruler, captain, 
m. see Oovemor. » nne Ch. m. 
m. a ruler ; a leader in war. 
m. the head ; a head, chie( leader. 
(fdj. great; a chief, head, captain; or, chief manhal ; 
^lief of the executioners, or, slaughterer. • a^ Ch, ad^. 
IS tlhl^ Ch. 04/. that hath power. 



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18 fiS^vfi^ fh. a distinguished kind of warriors or combatants ; per- 
haps strictly the riders in the war-chariots, AyajScCrou, 
trapctfidrm. Exod. xiv. 7, "He took all the chariots of 
Egypt," SS'2 by 0*^*^^"), "and warriors in each of 
them," XY. 4. Lxx. in ziy. 7, rpurrdrai ; and in xt. 4, 
iiyafidrat vapafidrau {Tpurrdrris hasthismeaning, accord- 
ing to Origen, because there were three in each chariot, 
of whom the first fought, the second protected him with 
a shield, and the third guided the horses.) In i Kings 
ix. 22, D*«Jbi^ and a3"3**^^ are joined together : comp. 
1 Kings ix. 35. In other passages they appear to 
make a part of the bodyguard of the Israelitish kings : 
I Kings ix. 22 : 2 Kings x. 25 : i Chron. xi. 11; xii. 
18. These may indeed be the same, only having a 
different emplojrment in time of peace, v^^^ in the 
singular is often probably the same as D^V^b^n tb^'y, 
and occurs as a high officer attending on the king : a 
Kings ix. 25, 25 ; xv. 25 ; vii. 2, 1 7, 19. The etymology 
in Hebrew seems to be analogoiis to that of the Greek 
word rpiirrdrris. * D^tCibTiJ pi. adj. num. 

14 ifc^ m. a commander, chief, or prince : Josh. v. 14, Captain of 
the Lord's host, or prince, identified with Jehovah, 
vi. 2.. Gen. xxi. 22, &c. See Guard. 

No. 14 not included. 



Exod. xiv. 7. 


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2 Kings X. 25. 25. 


13 


Jer. xiii. 21. 1 


XV, 4 


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XX. 6. 


6 


xU. 10, 11 


xiv. 4. 


10 


XXV. 8, 10. 11. 12, 15. 


xliii. 6. 11 


Deut xxix. 10. 


10 


18,20. 


11 


IL 23, 28, 57. 8 


Josh. X. 24. 




1 Chron. iv. 42. 


10 


li. 27. 8 


Judg. xi. 6.a IL 




XL 11. 


13 


lii. 12. 14, 16, 16. 19, 


1 Sam. ix. 16. 




xL 16 fi 42. 


10 


24, 26, 30. 11 


x.l. 




xii. 14, 20. 


10 


Ezek. xxL 22. 4 


xiiil4. 




xii 18. 18. 


13.10 


xxiii. 6, 12. 23. 8 


2 Sam. V. 2. 




2 Chron. viiL 9, 9. 


IS.. 14 


Dan. iL 14 11 a 


xxiiL 8. 


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ii. 15. 12 


1 Kings ix. 22. 


18 


xiii. 12. 


10 


iiL2,8»27. 8a 


XX. 24. 


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Neh. ix. 17. 


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2 Kings ix. 25. 


13 


Isa. xxxvL 9. 


8 


Nah. iii 17. S 



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fi or. three captains over the thirty. 



CAPTIVE, CAPTIVITY. 

1 I? Ch. m. son : Dan. ii. 25, marg. ' children of the captivity.* 

2 n73 to uncover ; to strip a land of its inhabitants, to carry, 

lead, &c. into captivity ; also, to go into captivity, but 
seldom of going voluntarily. Kal *pret. ^inf. ^fvi. 
*por<. Poel. PuAL •prd. HiPHiL '|>re<. «»n/. ^fut. 
HOPHAL ^pret, ^part. ' n^ba /. captivity, captives. 
"» n^b| Ch. /. n tMi f. 

3 n^p^O /. a throwing or casting away. See Cast, and Carry. 

4 n|^ see Exile. Kal pari. Poel, "captive exile," or bowed 

down, t. e. with chains. 
t^^Y to take away, to carry away captive. Kat. *pret. ^ inf. 
c imp. ^fvt. •part. Poel. 'part. Paiil. Niphal tpret. 
*n^a«) /.captivity. ^"1X6 m. (also adj.) captivity; 
captive. ' n;a«? /. captivity ; meton. captives. * n*atlJ 
/. captivity. ™ n^*«J /. captivity. 



Ckn, xiv. 14. 

XXXL26. 

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Sxod. xii 29. 
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xxxi. 9. 

xixi. 12. 19. 
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2 f 


xvi. 53. 53. 63, 63. 


5e 


XX. 6. 


6 i 


53. 


6lhhh 1 


65 i 
5 1 a 


xxii. 12. 


2 f 


XXV. 3. 


2n 


xxii 22. 


6 1 


xxix. 14 


6h 


5a 


xxiv. 1. 


11 


XXX. 17, 18. 


5 1 


15. 5 k 


xxiv. 5. 


xxxiii 21. 


2 1 


5d 


xxvii; 20. 


11 


xxxix. 23. 


2a 


6ka 


xxviii 4. 


xxxix. 25. 


6h 


6 i 


xxviii 6. 


2n 


xxxix. 28. 


11 


6 i 


xxix. 1, 1. 


2nf 


xl.L 


6e 


xxix. 4. 16, 20, 31. 


2n 


Dan. ii 26. 


1.2m 


2n 


xxix. 7. 


» f 


v.lS. 


2m 


6 i 


xxix. 14, 14 6 h. 2 f 


vi.13. 


2m 


6 i 


xxix. 22. 


2 1 


xi8,3S. 


6 i 


2n 


XXX. 3. 18. 


6h 


H08. vi IL 


6h 


2m 


XXX. 10. 16. 


6 1 


Joel ui L 


6h 


2n 


xxxi 23. 


6h 


Amos i 5. 


2a 


6 i 


xxxii. 44 


6h 


i6.6. 


'1} 


6 i 


xxxiii7.7,ll.a6w 


6h 


i9. 


2n 


xxxix. 9. 


2 f 


il«. 


2n 


6 i 


xLl. L 


21k 


V. 5. 


2b c 


6k 


xi7. 


2 i 


V.27. 


2 f 


6 i 


xii. 10. l<k 


5d 


vi7,7. 


2cd 


6 i 


xii 14 


6a 


vii 11, 17. 


2b 


2n 


xliii 3. 


11 


ix.4 


5 i 


5h 


xliii 11. IL. 


ix. 14 


6h 


6h 


xliii. 12. 


6 a 


Obad. IL 


6b 


5h 


xlvi 19. 


2n 


20.20. 


2 I 


6ai 


xlvi27. 


6 1 


Mic. i 16. 


2a 


5 i 


xlviii. 7. 11. 


2n 


Noh. ii. 7. 


2e 


5 1 


xh-iii 46^.46. 


5.1 k 


iii. 10. 


6 i 


6 e 


xlviii 47. 


5h 


Hftb. i 9. 


6 i 


5m 


xlix. 3. 


2n 


Zeph. ii 7. 


6 1 


5 1 


xlix. 6. 89. 


6h 


m.20. 


6h 


6 e 


L33. 


&e 


Zech. vi. 10. 


2n 


2a 


lii 15. 28, 29. SO. 


2 f 


xiv. 2. 


2n 


6e 











1 Sam. XXX. 2. 
XXX. 8. 5. 

1 Kings viii 46.a 
viii 47. 47. 
viii 48. 
viii. 50. 

2 Kings V. 2. 
vi. 22. 
XV. 29. 
xvi. 9^ 
xxiv. 14 
xxiv. 15. lS.fi 
XXV. 27. 

1 Chron. v. 22. 

2 Chron. vi 36. 
Vi 37, 37. 
vi.38.38. 
XXV. 12. 

xxviii. 5, 13, 14^ 1 
xxviii. 8. 
xxviii 11. 11. 
xxviii. 17. 
xxix. 9. 
XXX. 9, 

Ezra i 11. 

iiL 

iii 8, 

iv.L 

vil6. 

vi 19. 20. 2L 

viii. 35. 

ix.7. 

X. 7. 16. 
Neh. i 2, 8. 

iv.4 

vii 6. 

viii. 17. 
Esth. ii 6. 
Job xiii. 10. 
Ps. xiv. 7. 

liii. 6. 

Ixviu. 18, 18. 

Ixxviii 61. 

Ixxxv. L 

cvi 46. 

cxxvi. L 

cxxvi4 

cxxxviiS. 
Isa. V. 13. 

xiv. 2,2. 

a lit. their captors captivate them, 
captivity of the just. 



^ lit. into captivity. 



y ltt.the 



CABBUNCLE. 
]M /. stone : Isa. liv. i a ; lii. stones of a sparkling gem. 
rnj!>K m. name of a precious stone, perhaps a carbuncle ; from 
^^g to kindle. The derivation shows it to be of a fiery 
sparkling nature : Isa. liv. 1 2, or, stones of carbuncles, 
npnil /. a precious stone, so called from its glittering brightness : 
see Glittering. According to Braun (de Vestitu Sacer- 
dotum Hebrseorum, p. 518), the emerald : Exod. xxviii. 
17; xxxix. 10. nil")!/, id. £^ek. xxviii. 13. 

CABCA8B. 

1 n*13 /. a body, corpse, or carcase. 

2 n^5^ /• *^^® body of a man or beast bereft of the inward prin- 

ciple of life, and fallen to the ground : Lev. v. 2, &c. 

3 ri/Bp /. something fallen, a dead body, a corpse ; like cadaver 

from cadere; irr&fjM from irdrrw. 

r 

4 "IpS m. that which is exhausted of life. See Faint. 

No 2 not included. 

4 

4 
4 
4 

CABE, CABELES8, CABEFITL. 

1 nD3 to trust. Ka.l *part. Poel, careless. ^np| m. security; 
with b carelessly, without care. 



Gen. XV. 11. 


4 Judg. xiv. 9. 


1 


Isa. Ixvi. 24 


Lev. xxvi 30, 30i 


4 


1 Sam. xvii 46. 


4 


Ezek.vi.6. 


Num. xiv. 29, 32, 83. 


4 


Isa. xiv. 19. 


4 


xliii 7. 9. 


Judg. xiv. 8. 8. 


8.1 


xxxiv. 3. 


4 


Nah. iii 8. 



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8 ^tn to be anxiously Bolicitous or fearful. Kal */at. ^ n^Hi /. 

fear, dread, anxious care. 

9 13^ m. word, matter, afiair, &c. 

4 Kn^ to seek or search after ; to look after ; take care of. Kal 

Tpart. PoeL 
i Tin to tremble; to have care or concern for. Kal ^pret, 

^ •^7^rj /. terror, fear ; care, concern. 

6 n^n Ch. to think necessaiy. FALjxirt. 

7 37 f». the heart. 

8 D^i^ to set. Kal/ii<. 



9 ^^ to hear. Kal inf. carefully. 



Beut li 12. 

XV. 6. 
Judg.zviiL7. 
ISam. X.2. 
2 Sam. xviii S, 8. 



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Ps.cxliL4. 

laa. xxxii. 9, 10, IL 

xlvii. 8. 
Jer. xvii 8. 

xlix. 31. 
Esek. iy. 18. 

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4 
la 
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Esek. xiL 18, 19. 

XXX. 9. 

xxxix.6.a 
Dan. iii. 16. 
ZQ|)h.u.l5. 



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lb 
lb 
6 
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/D*^3 m. a fruitful field ; proper name of a fruitful promontory 
on the Mediterranean sea, on the southern boundary of 
the tribe of Asher : i Kings xix. 33, marg, 'or, and his 
fruitful field :' 2 Chron. xxvi. 10 : Cant. vii. 5, marg, *or, 
crimson :' Isa. xxxvii. 24, marg. * or, (and) his fruitful 
field :* Amos i. a ; ix. 3 : Micah vii. 14. 

OABBTALLY. 
)nT m, seed : Lev. xviii. 20, lit, giving thy lying for seed ; 
xix. ao, lit. with the lying of seed : Num. v. 13, lit. id. 
n33CS^ /. lying : Lev. xix. 20, lit. the lying of seed : Num. v. 13, 
^^^ lit.idL 

OABFENTUB. 
I^n m, an artificer: 2 Sam. v. 11, lit. workers of wood: 
9 Kings xii. 11, lit. id.; xxii. 6: I Chron. xiv. i, lit. 
workers of wood : 2 Chron. xxiv. 12 : Ezra iil 7, nuirg. 
* or, workmen :' Isa. xli. 7, xliv. 1 3, Zif . workman of wood : 
Jer. xxiv. i ; xxix. 2 : Zech. i. 20. 
YJI m. tree, wood : 2 Sam. v. 1 1, lit. workers of wood : 2 Kings 
xii. 1 1, lit. id. : i Chron. xiv. j, lit. id. : Isa. xliv. 13, lit. id. 

OABBIAGE. 

rrroa adj. /. that which is heavy or costly : Judg. xviii 21, lug- 
gage or baggage. 
v3 m. vessels, &c. : i Sam. xviL 22, 22 : Isa. x. 28. 
HK^S n^. carriage for bearing, from HX^Z: Isa. xlvL I. 

CABBY. 
1 fcrt3 to come in ; to bring, to carry. HiPHiL ^pret. »» inf, ^imp. 

*fut. HOPHAL *fut. 
S n^3 to carry into captivity, to carry away. Kal ^fut. Hiphil 

^pret. ^inf. ^fut. Hophal "pret. 'n^i Ch. Aphel 

pret, « nS^j /. captivity. 

8 3^d to steal^ to withdraw, or convey away privately. Kal pret. 
4 Uy to flow down, to rush down or out suddenly with violence. 
Kal pret. 



6 /^D to cast out, to carry aw&y. Pilpxl parL Isa. zzii ty, 
marg. 'who covered thee with an excellent covering f 
rather, who cast thee out with a mighty casting, or the 
casting of a mighty man. 

8 73^ to lead along, to bring, to carry, generally as a present, 
or in a pleasant agreeable manner. Hiphil ^/mL 
Hophal ^fuL ^3; Ch. id. Aphbl •imf. 

1 yfr to go; to lead, to carry. Hiphil •prrf. ^inf. ^imp. */trf. 

8 Ky to go out ; to bring forth, to carry forth. HiFHiL ^preL 

^inf. ^imp. ^fut. 

9 yy* to go down ; to bring down, to cany down. Hiphil » i^f. 

*» imp. 

10 ng7 to take, to take away. Kal •prrt. ^fia. 

11 ^HD to hasten. Kiphal part. " carried headlong;" lit. become 

hurried, or thrown into oonfiision ; illustrated by the 
following verse. 

12 DID see Move. Kal inf, 

13 ^n^ to lead, to guide, to conduct. Kal ^fut. PiXL ^fuL 

14 Pnj to lead as a flock. Piel fut. 

16 nn^ Ch. to come down. Aphbl imp, 

16 riDS to incline, to turn aside. QiPHlL^. . 

17 Kfc^3 to lift up, to take, to take away. Kal *preL *>«•/. ^imp. 

^fut. 'part. PoeL 'part. PaUl. Niphal f pre*, ^/irf. 
Pml «/ut k ny^^ Ch. P'al pret. l h^O m. a lifting up. 

18 33D to compass, to carry about. Niphal *fuL Hiphil ^preL 

^fut. 

19 73D to bear or carry a heavy burden. Kal *pref. ^/iil. 

20 "ISJ^ to pass on, over, &c. Hiphil • pret^ *» inf. ^fut. 

21 TO}f to ascend. Hiphil ^pret. ^fuL 

22 a?B to escape ; to deliver. Hiphil /W. "carry away nfb.* 

23 33") to ride. Hiphil /trf. 

24 MD"! to oast, to throw, to shoot with a bow. Kal part. ToeL 
26 n3t^ to take away captive, to carry away. Kal ^pret. ^fvt, 
26 3^(^ to turn, return ; to carry back. Hiphil *»mp. ^fmL 

Bee Captive, Tale*, Tidinffi, Ac 

Gen. xxxi. 18. 

xxxi. 28. 

xxxvii 26. 

xliL 19. 

xliii. 11. 

xliii. 12. 

xlir. L 

xiv. 27. 

xlvi. 6, 5. 

xlviL SO. 

1.13. 

1.26. 
Exod.xii48. 

xlii.19. 

xiv. 11. 

xxxiii 18. 
Lev. iv. 12, 21. 

vi.ll. 

X.4. 

X.5. 

xiv. 46. 

xvi.27. 
Num. xi. 12. 
Deut. xiv. 24. 

xxviii. 88. 
Josh. iv. 3. 

iv.8. 
Judg. xvi. 8. 
1 Sam. V. 8» 8. 

V.9. 



IS a 


1 Sam. X. St 8k 8. 


17 e 


2 Kings xxiv. iJBw 15. 2d, 


18b 


xviL18. 


Id 




7a 


9a 


XX. 40. 


1 


XXV. 7. 


Id 


1 


XXX. 2. 


18 a 


XXV. 11. 


2b 


9b 


XXX. 18. 


10 a 


XXT.1& 


17d 


26b 


2 Sam. vi 10. 


16 


XXV. 21. 


2a 


17 b 


XV. 25. 


26a 


1 Chron. v. 8. 


2b 


17 b 


XV. 29. 


26b 


V.26. 


2d 


17db 


xix. 18. 


20b 


vi.16. 


2o 


17 a 


1 Kings viiiifr 


25a 


ix.1. 


2e 


17 d 


xvii. 19. 


21 b 


xiii.7.« 


23 


21 a 


xviii. 12." 


17 d 


xiu.18. 


14 


8d 


xxi. 10. 


8a 


XV. 2, 2. 


17 b 


21a 


xxi.18. 


8d 


xxiii.26. 


17 b 


8b 


xxii. 26. 


26a 


2 Chron. IL 18. 


21b 


21b 


xxii. 34. 


8 


VL88. 


25a 


8a 


2 Kings iv. 19. 
vii. 8, 8. 


17 c 


xii. 9. 


10 b 


8a 


17 d 


xiv. 18. 


17 d 


17 c 


ix.2. 


la 


xiv. 16, 


25b 


17 d 


ix.28.a 


23 


xvi 6. 


17 d 


8a 


xvii. 6. 


2d 


xviiL2B. 


28a 


8d 


xvii 11. 28, 38. 


2b 


xviii. 33. 


8a 


17 c 


xvii. 28. 


2a 


XX. 26. 


17 1 


17 b 


xvii. 27. 


7c 


xxi. 17. 


2Sb 


8d 


xviii. 11. 


2d 


xxiv. 11. 


26b 


20a 


XX. 17. 


17 g 


xiviU.6.17. 


26b 


20c 


xxuL4w 


17 a 


xxviii 16. 


U 


21b 


xxiii.30.a 


23 


xxix. 6. 


8c 


18 a 


xxiv. 18. 


8d 


xxix. 18. 


8b 


18 b 


xxiv. 14. 


2b 


xxxiii. IL* 


7d 



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xxxvi. 4b 

xxiTi.6. 

xxivi,7. 

mvi. 20. 
Ezra ii. 1, 1. 

V.12. 

v.lB. 

vii.15. 

yui.86. 

U.4. 

z.6,8. 
Neh. vii 6, $. 
Esth. ii. 6» 6» e. 
Job L 17. 

V.18. 

Z.19. 

XV. 12. 

tzLlS. 

zxviiSl. 
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11 

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lxxviii.9. 

xc. 5. 
Eccles. T. 16* 

X.20. 
I8a.v.20. 

XV. 7. 

xxii. 17. 

xxiii. 7. 

XXX. 6. 

xxxix.6. 

xl.ll. 

xli.16. 

xlvi.8. 

xlvL 4, 4k 7. 

xlix.22. 

liii.4.^ 

IviilS. 

IxiiLO. 
Jer. xviL 28. 

XX. 6. 



10 b 

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4 

7d 

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5 

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17 d 

17 g 

17 d 

17 d 

17 t 

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17 h 

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17 d 

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Jer. xxvii. 22. 

xxviii. 8. 

xxix.4. 

xxxix.7. 

xxxix.14. 

Hi. 9. 

lii.lL 

liil7. 
Ezek. xii. 6. 

xii. 6. 

xii. 12. 

xvli.4. 

xxxvii. 1. 

xxxviii. 18. 
Dan.i. 2. 

11.86. 

xiS. 
Hos. X. 6. 

xlLl. 
Joel ili 5. 
^ah. Hi. 10. 



1 e 
Id 
2b 
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21b 
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8a 
8d 
8b 
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8d 

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a at, and made him to ride. 



^ /it. carried them. 



OABT. 
rh}p^ /. a cart, wagon ; the threshing-wagon : i Sam. vi. 7, 7, 
8, 10, 1 1, 14, 14 : 1 Sam. vi. 3, 3 : i Chron. xiiL 7, 7 : Isa. 
V. i8 ; xxviii. 37, aS : Amos ii. 13. 

OABVB. 
1 HlDtDn /. pi. carved, from aipn to hew : P*t>v. vii. 16. Gesenius 
and Fiirst, variegated with the thread of Egypt. 

9 npn to engrave. Pual part, 

8 ^?nn /. Ubouring Or working in wood or stone. 

4 7pQ m. graven image. * D^^^Pp m. pi, id, 

rnnS m, engraving. 

• y>[> to cut in, to engrave. Kal pret, *n9b^p/. sculpture. 



Exod. xxxi. 6. 

XXXV. S3. 
Jndg. xviii. 18. 
lKiiig8vi.l8.a 



8 
8 

4 
6a 



1 Kings vi. 29. 29.^ 6,6 
vi 82, 82. 6, 6 a 
vi 35, 85. 6, 2 

2 Chron. xxxiii. 7. 4 



2 Chron. xxxiii 22. 4 a 

xxxlv. 8, 4. 4 a 

Ps. Ixxiv. 6. 6 

Prov. vii 16. 1 



« lU, the carving. 



^ Me. the engravings of figures. 



0A8B. 
^y\ m, word, matter, affiiir, &c. : Deut. xix. 4, " case of the 
skyer," t. e. what is to be said of the slayer. 

CASEMSKT. 
33^K m. a lattice window for the admission of cool air : Pjrov. 
vu. 0. 

CASSIA. 
tVlJf f. th6 Arabian cassia : Exod. xxx. 34 : Ezek. xxviL 19. 

rriV^i? /• pl* the Arabian cassiay a bark resembling oinnamoa: 
' * Ps. xlv. 8. 

OAST. 
1 pn21 to lighten, to cast forth (lightning). Kal imp, 
a "ins to bow oneself down, first kneeUng down, and then placing 

the head on the ground. "Kal/iU, 
8 /J?d to reject with abhorrence (sM Abhor); to cast away vilely. 

KiPHAL pret, 
4 Bn| to drive, thrust ; to cast, to expel. Kal ^fiU, Niphal 

^pret, Piel «in/. <*mp. 'fut. '^J^^p m, or according 

to Gesenius inf, after the Aramsean form, 
ft nvn to thrust away, to cast quite out. Hifhil pret. 



6 nm 



7 f^n 



8 K?n 

T T 



t6r 

T T 

9 ruT 



10 mt 

- T 

12 nr\n 

13 /^b 



14 m^ 

-T 

16 m^ 

TT 

16 m> 

17 Ptl 

18 nn'» 

-T 

19 nn^ 



20 Kn^ 



21 ni5^ 



22 xn3 

23 V| 

24 ti^h 
26 DKD 



26 ni» 
2rr d\i) 

28 y?3 



to thrust, push, or knock down, sometimes without tah 

hope of rising again ; to be an outcast. PuAL pret, 
to thrust away, expel, drive out totally. Kal * inf, ^fut, 

implies distance both of space and time ; to be cast far oS, 
NiPHAL part, 

to forsake, cast away, reject, abandon, as God a people, 
or man that which is good ; the word implies the break- 
ing of relative bonds, and the consequent misery or ruiii 
of that which had been the object of care. Kal ^prei, 
^fiU. HiPHiL eprc^. ^fut. ^ 

to scatter. Kal fut, 

(see Profane), to cast as profkne. TiXLfat, 

m. terror, dismay, casting down. 

Hiphil, to cast, cast down, out, forth ; implying no apparent 
recovery or remedy, utterly to cast down : Jer. xxii. a6, 
Ps. xxxvii. 24 ; of the ejection of the Jews out of their 
own land, df the casting a spear with Ibfce, of casting 
into the sea. Hiphil ^pret, ^imp, •Jkt, Hophal 
^pret. *fut, 

to throw or cast, e. g. lots. Kal pret, 

to cast or throw, e. g, 8tones> darts, &o. PiBL * inf, ^fvi» 

to set down, to cast down and leave there. Hiphil pret, 

to pour out ; to cast metal. Kal ^pret. *> inf, ^fut. ^pari. 

Paiil *?Y^7;/. a casting. 'p^^D M. something fhsed. 

snp^^o/. a fusion, casting, 
to g6 down ; to be cast down ; to bring down* Hl^HlD 

»tn/. ^imp. ''fut, 
to cast or throw with order and aim ; to throw darts, to 

shoot arrows or stones out of an engine ; to shoot down, 

to cast down with sudden violence : it is once used of 

casting lots; to lay a foundation, to ^ound or erect. 

Kal ^pret. ^part. Poel. Hiphil ^prit, 
to take possession ; to be diispossessed, driven ottt of one's 

possessions; to dispossess, to expel. Hiphil *pret* 

^fut, 
m. casting down, bowing down : 'depression' is probably 

the primary meaning of this word, but how it is to be 

applied in this case is doubtful ; whether to disease or 

the sensation of hunger, or, according to Fiirst, to the 

bowing down of the body by disease consequent on 

famine ; Mic. vi. 14. Gussetius, comiptio tut. 
to bow down ; to cast down, bring low. HipikiL imp, 
to faint, to stumble; to be cast down. l^IPHAL *fiU, 

Hiphil ^ inf. 
to wrap up, to cover. Kal part, Poel. 
to reject with contempt and ^sdain, as hateful, (greatly 

disagreeable, or not worth r^^ard; to abhor. KaL 

*pr€t. ^fut, 
to thrust down. PlEL prei, 
to move, to shake ; to cause to fall upon With iiijuiy. See 

Move. HiPHiL/ti«. 
to reach, to touch; to make to toudi, to bring near. 

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81 Bto3 



82 nai 

83 Ttl^ 



84 Mbj 

85 ^^^ 

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87 rn? 

88 :i3p 

89 T^D 

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44 njB 



45 niD 

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to remoye, to pat away from one as a thing filthy and 

separate. PiBL part, 
to driye, force, expel ; to cast down with a violent shock. 

SeeOu^ocut. Niphal •pcwt. Hibbil^ fret. ^irtf. * imp. 
(see Porsakt) ; to cast off, to reject, as God his people, and 

as man rejects Gknl. Kal fut. 
to beat ; to strike deep. "EiamLfut. 

to &I1; to ca^^e to fiill, to throw, to cast as a birth, to 
cast away, down, to cast lots. Kal */ttt. Htphil 
^prtt. ^inf. ^imp, •Jut. Hithfabl 'poii. 

to lift np. Kal fut. See Lift, 

to draw oujt or off; to cast out, eject. Kal ^pret. ^fut. 

to give. KAL^pret. ^inf. NiPHAL«pre<. 

to tear or break down (walls, buildings, &c.) Kal ^prtt. 
Pdal ^pret. 

to compass, to cast about. "SjOifut. 

to be oast np into a heap. Kal *imp. ^part. PatiL 

tO'Stone ; to cast (stones). Phl fut. 

to go np ; to make to go np, to cast np on. HiPHiL ^pret. 

^fut. 
to throw dust at. Phl prH* 
to break in pieces ; to scatter, disperse. HiPHiL ^pir€t. 

^imp, 
to tarn ; to cause to turn and go away, to remove, destroy. 

TiELpret. 

to break asunder ; to make void. HlFHiL fut. 

i. q. lip to form, make. Kal fut. 

to melt, fuse. Kal part. PoeL 

to dig for water ; to let water flow forth. HjPHiL ^pret, 
^inf. 

m. wandering, having no homo. 

to poar out, to empty. HiPHiLyu^. 

Ch. to cast, to throw. P'al ^pret. ^imf. ^ part, passive. 
ITHP'XL ^fut. 

to set, put, place. Kal prel. 

to bow down. HirKPOLEL/W. 

to corrupt, or be corrupt. PiEL prd. 

to lie down ; to cause to lie down. HlPHTL inf, 

to be bereaved; to cast the young. PUCL ^pret. ^fut. 

. ^part. 

to send ; to throw, cast, or send a thing away, or at a 
distance from ene. PiiL ^prtt. ^imp. "fut, ^part. 
PuAL'prrf. *part. 

perhaps ' to fling,* in the somewhat obsolete use of this 
English word, best expresses the general meaning of 
tins root ; to cast down, away, out ; to be cast down, in 
a neglected, abandoned condition : it often implies con- 
tempt and disgust, especially followed by ^tJiytf ; in one 
case it ia applied to Clod's pardoning sin, Isa. xxxviiL 1 7 : 
it is frequently used in the Psalms, of Grod's desertion, 
which is deprecated in the fear of divine displeasure ; 
with hp to commit to another, Ps. Iv. aa. Hiphil *pret. 



^i^f. ^imp. ^fut. ^paH. BioTRALfpret. s fut. ^ part 
iddVi^/. casting. 

59 TJfi^ to pour out ; of things dry, to cast up. Kal ^pret, ^inf. 

•imp. *fut. 

60 7pK^ to be brought low. Bjpeil ^ pret. ^part. 

61 y^JI to strike ; to fasten by driving a nail (as of a tent) ; to cast 

into the sea, and fieisten them there so that they cannot 
return. KAhftU. 



Gen.xxLia. 


4d 


2Kinj?sxiiL«L 


58d 


Ps.lxxiii.18. 


8Sb 


xxi.15. 


58d 


xui.23. 


58a 


Ixxiv.l. 


9a 


TTii. 38. 


56a 


xvi3. 


20a 


lxxiv.7. 


67a 


XX1L6I. 


19 a 


xvii. 8. 


20a 


Ixxvii7. 


9b 


xxxvii. 20, 84. 


58d 


xviL20. 


58a 


Ixxvui40. 


670 


xxxviL22. 


58c 


xix. 18. 


36a 


Ixxviii55. 


4e 


mix. 7. 


84 


xix. 82. 


69d 


lxxx.8. 


4e 


Exod.L22. 


58d 


xxi2. 


20a 


Ixxxviiil4. 


9b 


iv.8,8. 


68cd 


xxiii. 6. 


58d 


lxxxix-88. 


9a 


iv.25. 


28 


xxiii. 12. 


58a 


Uxxix.44. 


26 


vlLO. 


68c 


xxiii. 3!7. 


25a 


xciv. 14. 


31 


vii.10,12. 


58d 


xxiv. 20. 


58a 


cii.lO. 


68d 


X.19. 


61 


lChrDn.xxiv.4». 


S3e 


cviu.9. 


58d 


IV. 4. 


19 a 


XXV. 8. 


33e 


cviii.ll. 


9a 


XT. 25. 


68d 


XXVL13. 


38e 


cxilO. 


88e 


xxii. 31. 


58d 


XXVL14. 


33b 


cxUv.6. 


1 


zxiii. 26. 


66c 


xxvilLO. 


9d 


cxlviie. 


60b 


XXV. 12. 


17 a 


2 Chron. iv. 8, 8. 


17 dg 


cxlvii. 17. 


68e 


XXVL87. 


17 a 


iv. 17. 


17 a 


Prov. i 14. 


S3e 


xxxiL 19. 21 


58d 


viL20. 


58d 


vii26. 


S3b 


XTxiy. 24 


20b 


xi.14. 


90 


X.3. 


7b 


xxxvise. 


17 


xiii 9. 


80b 


xvi83. 


13e 


xxxvii. 3. 18. 


17 


XX. 11. 


40 


xix. 16. 


SSe 


xxxviii 5. 


17 


xxiv. 10. 


68d 


xxi22. 


18 


xxxvii'. 27. 


17 b 


XXV. 8. 


2Sb 


xxii 10. 


40 


Lev. i. 16. 


68a 


XXV. 12. 


58d 


xxvi. 18. 


19b 


xiv.40. 


58a 


xxviii 3. 


20a 


Eccle8.iii6»0. 


68b 


XVL8. 


86a 


xxix. 19. 


90 


xi.L 


67b 


xviiL 24. 


57 d 


XXX. 14. 


58d 


Isa.ii20. 


68d 


XX. 28. 


574 


xxxiU. 2. 


20a 


V.24 


86a 


xxvi. 80. 


86a 


xxxiii 15. 


58d 


vil3. 


68 i 


xxvi44. 


25a 


Esm X. 1. 


33 f 


xiv. 19. 


68f 


Num. xix. 6. 


esa 


Neh.i9. 


80a 


xvi2.8 


67 f 


XXXV. 22. 


58a 


vil6. 


83a 


xix. 8. 


58e 


XXXV. 28. 


83e 


ix.26. 


58d 


XXV. 7. 


84 


Deut. vi 19. 


7a 


X.84. 


83b 


xxvi 19. 


SSe 


VU.L 


85a 


xi.l. 


83b 


xxviii 2. 


le 


ix.4w 


7a 


xiii 8. 


58d 


xxviii 25, 26. 


48 a. 62 


ix. 17, 21. 


58d 


Esth.iU.?. 


83b 


XXX. 22. 


10 


xxviii. 40. 


85b 


ix.24. 


83b 


xxxi. 7. 


25b 


xxix.28. 


58d 


Job vi 21. 


12 


xiziv.3. 


68g 
886 


Josh. viiL 29. 


58d 


viii 4. 


67o 


xxxiv. 17. 


X. 11. 


58a 


viii 20. 


25b 


xxxvii 19. 


8«b 


X.27. 


58d 


XV. 4. 


45 


xxxvii 83. 


69d 


xiii. 12. 


20b 


XV. 33. 


68d 


xxxviii 17. 


68a 


xviiLO. 


19 a 


xviii7. 


68d 


xil9. 


47 


xvui. 8, 10. 


58d 


xviiiS. 


57 e 


xli.9. 


86a 


Judg. vi. 28. 


37b 


XX. 15. 


20b 


Ivii 14. 14. 


89a 


vi80.3L 


37a 


XX.23.Y 


57 c 


lvii.20. 


4a 


viu.26. 


58d 


xxilO. 


56b 


Iviii7. 


40 


ix.63. 


58d 


xi^29. 


aea 


lxiilO.10. 


8»a 


XV. 17. 


68d 


xxvii.22. 


58d 


Ixvi5. 


29 


1 Sam. xiv. 48. 


83d 


xxix. 24u 


83e 


Jer.vi6. 


600 


xviii.ll. 


13 c 


XXX. 19. 


19 


vi7.7. 


48ba 


XX. 83. 


18c 


xxxix.3. 


57 c 


vi. 15. 


2Sa 


2 Sam. i. 2L 


3 


xLll. 


48b 


vu.15,15. 


68a 


viii. 2.a 


55 


xli9. 


18 e 


vii29. 


680 


xi.21. 


68a 


F8.ii.8. 


68d 


viii 12. 


28a 


xviO.^ 


40 


v.lO. 


aod 


ix.19. 


58a 


XVL13. 


42 


xvii 18. 


22 


xiv. 16. 


68h 


xviiLlT. 


58d 


xviii.4a. 


50 


XV. 1. 


67b 


XX. 12. 22. 


58d 


xxii 10. 


68 f 


xvil3. 


18 a 


XX- 15. 


59d 


xxii. 18. 


88e 


xviiilS. 


89b 


iKingsviLlS. 


46 


xxxvi.12. 


6 


xxii 7. 


SSb 


viL24.24. 


17 de 


xxxvii 14. 


83 


xxii 19. 


68b 


vii.87. 


17 f 


xxxvii 24. 


13e 


iTii26. 


13a 


viL46. 


17 a 


xiii 5, 6. 11. 


58 


xxii. 28. 28. ' 


LSd,68f 


ix.7. 


57 


Tliii 2. 


9a 


xxvi 23. 


68d 


xiii 24^ 25, 28. 


58h 


xliii5. 


53 


xxviii 18. 


e7d 


xiv. 9. 


58a 


xUv.2. 


57 




2&b 


xiv. 24. 


20 a 


xUv.9. 


9a 


xxxiii 24^ 96. 


25b 


xviu.42. 


2 


xliv.23. 


9b 


xxxvi28. 


68b 


xix. 19. 


58d 


L17. 


58d 


xxxvi30. 


68h 


xxi.26. 


20a 


U.1L 


58d 


xxxviii 6. 


68d 


2 Einn il 16, 2L 
iiifi. 


58d 


lv.3. 


27 


xxxviii 9. 


68a 


58d 


lv.22. 


580 


xli.9. 


68a 


iv.41. 


58d 


Ivi7. 


18 b 


xlil4. 


38 


vi.6. 


58d 


lx.1.10. 


9a 


1.26. 


80a 


vii.15. 


58a 


lx.8. 


58d 


Ii34. 


5 


ix.25.26. 


580 


Ixii4. 


.80 


liOS. 


68a 


X.26. 


58d 


Izzia. 


58d 


liiS. 


68 b. 



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69 



Liun.iil. 


68a 


ii.7. 


9a 


ii. 10. 


41a 


iiiSl. 


9b 


iii.68. 


16b 


E2ek.iv.2. 


60a 


V.4. 


68a 


vi4. 


88b 


viLW. 


68d 


XV. 4 


860 


xvi. 6. 


68g 
69B 


xvU. 17. 


xviiLSl. 


680 


xix.ia. 


68 f 


XX. 7. 


680 


XX. 8. 


68a 


xxi22. 


69b 


xxiiLSS. 


68d 


xxri. 8. 


69 a 


xxviL 80. 


41b 


xxviiLie. 


11 


xxviiLl7. 


68a 


xzxi. 16. 


18 a 



Ezek.zxxiL4 


ISO 


xxxii. 18. 


18 b 


XXXV1.6. 


4 f 


iliii. 24. • 


6Sa 


Dan. iii 6^ 11, 16. 


61d 


iii.20. 


61b 


iiL21. 


610 


iii.24. 


61a 


vi7,12. 


61 d 


vi.16,24. 


61a 


viL9. 


61 


viu.7,12. 


68d 


viu.lO. 


83e 


viii-ll. 


68 f 


xL12. 


83b 


xi.16. 


69 d 


Ho8. viiL 8, 6. 


9a 


ix.l7. 


26b 


xiv. 6. 


82 


Joel i. 7. 


68a 


iii.S. . 


14 


Aino8 L 11. 


64 


iv.8. 


58a 



AmosviiiS. 

viii. 8. 
Obad.ll, 
Jonah i. 6, 16. 

i.7,7. 

il2. 

ii.8. 

U.4. 
MicahiL6. 

ii.9. 

iv.7. 

vi.14. 

viu 19. 
Nah.iiL6. 

ui.lO. 
Zeph. iii. 16. 
Zech. i. 21. 

v.8,8. 

ix.4. 

X.6. 

xLlS.18. 
MaLui.lL 



68a 

4b 

14 

ISO 

SSe 

13 b 

68d 

4b 

680 

40 

8 

21 

68d 

68a 

14 

44 

16 a 

68d 

20b 

9a 

68od 

66b 



vijtu, making them to lie dowiL 
Y lu, send forth. 



fi lit. he stoned with stones. 
t marg, 'or, a neet forsaken.* 



OASTLB. 

1 }tolK m. a high place, a palace. 

2 nl^JTIl /. pi. castle, fortress, citadel See Paloboe. 
8 7T3D «. Bee Tower, 

t; • 

4 rn^P /. a tower, palace, goodly castle. 

6 ^yp Hh, a fortress, stronghold, castle on a mountain; pro- 
bably used frequently of places strong by nature, as 
high mountains or rocks. »ni^so /. id. 



Gen. XXV. 1(J. 
Num. zxjL 10. 
1 Chnm. vi. 64. 



4 1 1 Ghron. xL 6. 
4 xi. 7. 
4 1 xxviL26. 



6 a I 2 Chron. xviL 12. 2 

6 xxvii.4. 2 

S I Prot. xviii. 19. 1 



OATOH, TO CATCH HOLD, TO CATCH SBLF. 

1 THK to seize, lay hold of, take, with a. Kal ^pret. ^fvJt. 

*'part. PatU. Niphal *» part. 

2 Tt3 to take ; to spoil, plunder. SLal pret. 

3 ^T3 to take away by force. Kal pret. 

4 1^3 to draw, to sweep away. Kal fut. 

5 ptn to take and keep strong fast hold. Kal ^fui, HiFHiL 

^pret. «/««. 

6 ^pn to seize upon suddenly and unawares. "Kill ^ pret. ^inf. 

7 tdpn • it is difficult to attain the precise meaning of this word, 

of which so many renderings have been given by the 
learned; comparing and combining which leaves this 
idea, to seize on eagerly for confirmation. HiPHiL fut. 
I Kings zx. 33. Lxx., di^cA^lovro rhy \dyoy 4k rov 
orSfiaros ainov. Vulg., " rapuit verbum ex ore ejus." 

8 ^*^D to tear or rend in pieces prey, as a wild animaL Kal inf. 

9 1?7 to lay fest hold of. Kal fut. 

10 H)iD to find, to come to. Kal pret. 

11 C^^ to lay snares. PiSL to lay snares, with ) for, &c,fut, 

12 ^^V m. a hunting; " hunteth and catcheth,*' lit, hunteth a 

hunting. See ffunt. 

13 fc^BH to lay hold of with the liand. Kal ^fut, Niphal ^ pret. 



Gen.xxii.18. 


Id 


Lev. xviL 18. 


12 


xxxlx.12. 


18a 


Num. xxxi. 82. 


2 


Exod.iv.4. 


60 


JudK. i 6. 
1^14. 


lb 


Aii.6. 


10 






Judg.xv.4 


9 


xS.21. 


6a 


xxi23. 


S 


lSam.z?iLS6. 


6b 



2 Sam. ii. 16. 

xviii. 9. 
1 Kings L 60. 

i. 61. 

ii.28. 

xi.30. 

XX. 83. 



6 
6a 
6c 
la 
60 
13a 
7 



2 Kings iv. 27. 

viL12. 
2 Ghron. xxiL 0» 
Ps. X. 9, 9. 

XXXV. 8. 

cix.lL 



6c 

18a 

9 

6bc 

9 

11 



Proiv.vii.18. 
Eccles. ix. 12. 
Jer. V. 26. 

1.24 
Ezok. xix. 8, 6. 
Hab.L16. 



6b 

1 

9 

18b 

8 

4 



CATEBFILLAB. 

T^pn m. a waster, devourer, vorax; hence the name of a species 
of locust : I Kings viii. 37 : 2 Chron. vi. 28 : Ps. Ixxviii. 
46 : Isa. xzxiii. 4 : Joel i. 4 ; ii. 25. 
p/^ m. a species of locust, "cankerworm,** which gnaws and 
destroys herbage and trees : Ps. cv. 34 : Jer. 11. 14, ay. 

CATTLE. 

1 nDHB /. (see Beast), cattle collectively : €ren. L 34, &o. 

2 "l^ya ♦». see Brute, 

3 ")p3 com. collectively cattle, oxen, herd; \^'^\ "'y "great 

and small cattle." 

4 nSKTD /. work, goods, substance, cattle. 
6 ^^P ^' &tlings, iaX cattle. 

6 }fi^V com. a collective noun denoting small cattle, i. e. sheep 

and goats. 

7 n^pD m. a possession, substance, but used only of cattle, which 

among nomadic tribes is the principal and almost the 
only property. This word denotes both oxen and sheep^ 
but does not include horses or asses. 

8 nb^ com. one of the smaller cattle, a sheep or a goat ; the 

ttomen wiitatia corresponding to )fe(S small cattle. 



Gen. iv. 20. 
xiii 2, 7, 7. 
xxix. 7. 
XXX. 29. 
XXX. 82. 82. 
XXX. 89. 40, 41, 41, 

42.43. 
xxxi 8. 8. 10, 10, 12; 

41. 43, 43. 
xxxi. 9, 18, 18. 
xxxiii.l4b 
xxxiii.17. 
xxxiv. 6, 2S. 
xxxvi6,7. 
xlvi 6. 82, J?4 
xlvu. 6, 16^ 16, 17, 

17. 17. 



No 1 not included. 

Exod. ix. 8. 4. 4b 6, 6k 
7, 19, :!0, 2L 

x.2rt. 

xii. 88. 

xviiS. 

xxxiv. 19. 
Num. XX. 4. 

XX. 19. 

xxxii. 1.1, 4, 4 16. 
Dent. iii. 19, 19. 
Josh, i 14. 

xiv. 4. 

xxiiS. 
Jud^i^. vi. 6. 

xviii. 21. 
1 Sam. xxiii 6. 

XXX. 20. 



1 Kings L 9, 19, 26. 

2 Kings iii 17. 

1 Chron. v. 9, 2L 
vii2L 

2 Chron. xiv. 16. 
xxvilO. 

Job xxxvi 88. 
Ps. Ixxviii 48. 
Eccles. ii. 7m. 

XXX. 23. 

xliii.28. 
Jer. ix. 10. 

xlix. 82. 
Bzek. xxxiv. 17, 17. 

xxxiv. 20. 20. 22, 28. 

xxxviii. IS^ IS. 
Joel i 18. 



6 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
2 
8,6 
8 



a Ut. oxen, and sheep. 



^ "lesser cattle." 



CAUIi. 

f|*in^ /.the diaphragm or midnff, which stretches above the liver 
from the ribs, all across the whole extent of the thorax : 
Exod. xxix. 13, 72: Lev. iii. 4, 10, 15 ; iv. 9; viu 4; 
viii 16, 25 ; ix. 10, 19. 
")i^p m. the caul, or that which encloses the heart, the peri« 
cardium : Hos. xiii. 8. 
D^p^^C^ m, pi, caps of network, cauls : Isa. iii. 18. 

CAUSE. (See FLBAD, &c.) 

1 n'niK /. pL circumstances, reason^ causes. 

2 "13^ m. word, matter, affair, &o, * nna^ /. in a forensic sense. 
8 VI ^* P^^ judgment. 



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4 DSn freelj ; oanselera, without a oaoM. 
inj togire. KAL*prrt. *yirf. Niphal •par*, 
e n3p /. a tarn of eventB. * n|p3 /. tura, course of things 
firom Gk>d. 

7 nby to make. Kal pref . 

8 D'n m. strife, contention ; a cause, matter of contention. 

9 Dp'n without cause, vainly, yoid. 

10 t3&^ m. judgment^ cause, right. 

11 *^Pfi^ m. Tain, false, a lie ; without a cause. 

BxDd.xviii.19rM. 

zxiL9. 

xxiiL2,8,«. 
Lev. xxiv. 19. 20. 
Num. xzviL 6. 
Deut. i. 17. 

zxvin.7,25. 
Josh. V. 4. 

XZ.4. 
18uu.zvii.S9. 

xix. 5. 

xxiv. 15. 

zxv. SI. 

ZXV.89. 
28am.ziiLl«. 

ZV.4. 
1 Kings viiL 46, 491 
69.89. 

zi27. 

xiLl6. 
2Chxt»i.vL86ka9. 

X.16. 

xix. 10. 
Job iL S. 

V.8. 

ix.17. 



8 


JobxiiLM. 


M 


PlW. XXT. 9. 


8 


2 


xxiiL4. 




xxvi2. 


4 


8 


xiiz. 16. 




xxix.7. 


8 


6b 


xxiLia. 




xxxi. 8. 


8 


10 


P8.vii.4. 




l8a.L2S. 


8 


2 


ix.4. 




xli.21. 


8 


6b 


xzv. 8. 




Jer. iii 8. 


I 


2 


XXIV. 7. 7. 19. 




v.28,28. 


8 


2 


XXXV. 28. 




xi.20. 


8 


2 


xliiil. 




Xy.4. 


6a 


4 


lxix.4. 




XX. 12. 


8 


8 


lxxiv.22. 




xxii.16. 


8 


4 


cix.8. 




XXX. 18. 


8 


8 


exix.78. 




Ld4. 


i 


1 


cxix. 154. 




1L86. 


8 


10 


cxix. 161. 




Lam. lit 86, 56. 


8 




cxl.12. 




iii. 62. 


4 


10 


Prov.LU. 




iii. 69. 


19 


2 


iii.30. 




Biek. xiv. 28. 


4 


6 


X.10. 


6b 


xvi.7. 


6a 


10 


xviu.17. 




xxvi.l7. 


6a 


6a 


xxiL23. 




xxxii.28,24^26^82. 6a 


8 


xriiilU 




xxxii.2ft. 


6c 


4 


xxiiL29. 




XXXVL27. 


7 


2a 

4 


xxiv. 28. 




Mioahvii.9. 


8 






• way 4 



OAUSBWAT. 

\ up. See Eighmaig. i Okren. xzyl i6, i8. 



OAVID. 
")1n m. a hole (as of a serpent, &c.) : Job xxx, 6. 
D^^np /. p2. holes, caves : Isa. ii. 19. 
mvp /. a hole, cave, cavern : Gen. xix. 30, &c. 

CEASB. 

1 7D3 to leave, to cease from labour ; to be unfit for use. KiX 

^pret, ^pa Ch. P'al ^T^rti, •inf. ^part, 

2 *ipS to finish ; to come to an end. Kal pret, 

8 nO'T to be qiiiet or still, to rest, cease. Kal fiU. 

4 Dp*! to be silent ; to rest, to be quiet, to keep stilL Kal 
*pret. ^fiU. 

6 T^n to cease, to leave ofi^ to desist to a<!t ; to cease to be, in- 
volving a negation of act or existence, so ae to be 
equivalent to 'not to do this or that :' i Sam. xii. 23, in 
ceasing to pray, i«. in not praying (see Forbear); as 
when the hungry are no more hungiy : i Sam. ii. 5. 
KAL'pret. *»tfl/. «tmp. ^fiU, 

6 Knn to be silent ; to withdraw from. "HlPBlLfia* 

7 ()p^ to add. KALprtt, 

8 n^3 to be finished ; to act, or be capable of acting, no more. 

Kal pret, 

9 ^D to depart, to removes "HlPBXLftU. 

10 n^ to rest KAhfia, 

11 ^)^ tofaU. Hiphil, to leave off, to 04M9. HmmpnT. 



12 *ip^ to stand, stand still, cease. KaL^. 

18 S^B to be cold ; to be languid, faifirm. KALfiU. 

14 "I'lB to break asunder ; Jig. to frustrate, disannul. HiPHni imp. 

15 ntn to be slaok, hang down ; with )p to desist fnm, HiPHiL 

imp. 

16 T\2^ to cease to do anything, with |p and an i^, wholly to 

rest from labour, to cease to be. Kal ^prO. ^ftU. 
NiFHAL «|>re«. HiPHiL<ijM^ •imp. '/m*. iporfc ^t\}y6 
m. oeadi^. 

17 ^\^ to tetum. KaL/ii<. shall cease, Iii, fetum from. 

18 IJpe^ to settle, subside ; to still. HmSL pnL 

19 pn^ to be BtUl, to rest. KALfia. 

20 Dprt to be finished, completed ; to end, leave ofi^ cease, 

"BlBBILifl/. 



Gen.viii22. 


16 b 


xviiLll. 


6a 


Bxod.ix.29,88. 


6d 


ix.34. 


6a 


Num.vlii26. 


17 


xL26.a 


7 


xviL5. 


18 


Deut. XV. 11. 


6d 


xxxii.26. 


16 f 


Josh. V. 12. 


16 b 


xxiL25. 


16 d 


Judk.iil9. 


11 
6a 


xV.7.* 


6d 


XX. 28. 


6d 


lSam.iL6. 


6a 


viiS. 


6 


xiL28. 


6b 


XXV. 9. 


10 


2Chr(m.xti8L 


16f 


B«raiv.2L 


lo 


iv.28. 


lb 


V.5. 


'n 


Neh.iv.ll. 


16 d 


vl8. 


16 b 


Job iii 17. 


6a 


X.20. 


60 


xiv. 7. 


6d 



Jobxxxii.1. 


16 b 


PB.xiil. 


2 


XXXV. 16. 


4a 


XXXVU.8. 


16 


xlvi9. 


16 g 


xUx.8.y 
IxxviLl 


6a 


18 


lxxxv.4 


14 


lxxxix.44. 


16 d 


Prov.xviii.18 


16 f 


xix. 27. 


60 


XX. 8. 


16 h 


TtH.19. 


16 b 


xxiiL4. 


6c 


xxvi20. 


19 


Bodes. xiLl 


la 


l8a.L16. 


60 


it 22. 


60 


X.2S. 


8 


xiiLll. 


16 d 


JXfr.4,4. 


16 a 


xvi.4. 


8 


xvi.l0^ 


Md 


xvii.8. 


16 


xxi2. 


16 d 


xxlv.8.8. 


16 a 


XXX. 11. 


16 e 


XTXitt. 1. 


20 



a UL and added not. 
must let that alone for 



^ <«. so it was ceasing. 



l8a.zxxiiL8. 


16 a 


Jer.viL84. 


16d 


xiv. 17. 


8 


xvi.9. 


"1 


xviL8. 


xxxi 86.. 


16b 


xxxvl2a 


16d 


xlviii86. 


16d 


Lam.iLl8. 


4b 


iiL49. 


8 


v.14,16. 


16 a 


Eiek.vL6. 


l«o 


viL2k 


16d 


xii 28. 


l«d 


xvi41. 


16 d 


zxfiL 97,48. 


16 d 


xxvLlS. 


16d 


XXX. 10. 1% 


l«d 


XXX. 18. 


16 


xxxiiL28L 


Me 




16 d 


Dan.ix.27. 


16 f 


xLlS. 


16 d 


Hos.i.4. 


16 d 


ii.ll. 


16d 


ViL4. 


16 b 


Amosvii6. 


»o 


JonahLlS. 


U 


ng. y-so 


that he 



OBDAB. 
PK m. the cedar-tree, tall, beautiful, wide spreading ; growing 
on the mountains ; symbolically representing Idnga, 
princes, and nobles ; and so called from the firmness of 
its roots : Lev. xiv. 4, &a nj*)^t /. cedarwork : Zeph. 
ii. I4. D^}^M adj. made of cedar : Ezek.xxvii. 24. The 
wood is odoriferous and exceedingly durable, and there- 
fore was much used in the temple and the king's palaoet 
for ornamental work, and especially for the wainsooi And 
oeiling. 

OBIiBBSATS. 
7?n to praise. TiXL fui. Isa* xzxviiL 18. 
^^n to keep (a feast). Kal /ill Lev. xxiiL 41. 
T\ljl^ to rest. KAiryirt. Lev. zxiu. 39, or, oelebraie the re^i ol 

OEI.LAB. 
*1^K 111. tveasures, storehouse : i Chron. xxviL 97, 28. 

OSlfSBB. 
{Vinp /, A oenser filled with burning ooals from the altar s Jjmr. 



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X, I ; xvL xa i Num. Ir. 14 5 xvi. 6, 17, 17, 17, 17, 18, 
37» 38* 39> 46 : I Kings viL 50 : 1 Chron. iv. 33. 
D^tppp /. a oenser, to bam incense : 3 Chron. zxvi 19 : Ezek. 
viiL II. 

OEBEMONIE8. 
t3&^ m. judgment ; law, custom ; prescribed rolas : Num. ix. 3. 

CBBTAIN. 

1 *Tni< adj, one. 

2 C^K a man. 

5 n^DM /. see Por*io». 
4 C^3K m. man. 

« ")^ Ch. f». see ifon. 

6 VfT to know ; certainly, for a oertamty, lit, knowing. Kal inf, 

7 yip_ Ch. adj, fixed ; sure, true. 
9 p3 to establish. NiFHAL jwrt. 
» njKf see IVme. 

10 V^D/d m. see iSucA. *3'Sb and *3t)S|i are joined is one word. 

11 p^p m. truth, certainty, purity. 



Gen. xxxviii 1, 2. 




xliii.7. 




Kum.ix.6L 




xvi.2. 




Deut.zui.M. 




xvii.4. 




Jo9h.xxm.U. 




Judir.ix.68. 




3du.2.a 




xix.1. 




xix.22.^ 




1 Sam. i. 1. 




XX. 3. 9. 




xxiii.28. 


8 



2 Sam. xviii. 10. 

1 Kinm U. 87, 41. 
xi.l7. 

XX. 85. 

2 Kings iT. 1. 
viii. 6. 

2 Chron. xxriil. 12. 
Ezra X. 16. 
Neh. xi. 28. 

xiii. 26. 
Esth. iL 6.Y 

iii.8. 
Frov.zzii.2L 



Jer.zili.12. 

xxvi.16. 

zxvi. 17. 

xl.14. 

xli.5. 

xlu. 18, 22. 
Esek. xlT. 1. 

XX. 1. 
Dan. ii. 8. 45. 

iiL8.12. 

vilLl8. 

Z.6.a 

Zi.18. 



c^ lU, one man* P Hi. men of the sons ot t IU,% man a Jew. 

CEBTIFY. 
nDK to say, to tell. Kal fut, Esth. ii. it. 
}n\ ^' ^ know ; to make known. Apbxl prd. Earn im4. 

i^. Ezra v. 10. paxt, Ezra iy. 16 ; yii. x^. 
^p to tell, to declare. Hiphil in^. 2 Sam. zr. 18. 

0H4.FBIX 
no flc^. bitter, fierce : 3 Bam. zrii. 8. 

CHAFF. 

B^*H m. hay, dried grass : Isa. v. 24 ; zzxiii. 1 1. 
yto m. chafij winnowed from the grain : Job zzi. 18 : Ps. L 4 ; 

zzxv. 5 : Isa. xviL 13 ; xxix. 5 ; xli. 15 : Hos. xiii. 3 : 

Zeph. iL 3. 
1^ Ch. m. chaff or light straw : Dan. ii. 35. 
]2F\ m. straw, as broken up by threshing: Jer. zxiiL 38, lit, 

what to the straw the wheat. 

. CHAIN. 

1 D^i^K m,pl. manacles or handcuflb : i.q. D*|]. 

2 rnyWt /. see Bracelet, 



4 D^^ m. pi. fetters, chaint. 
8 nn m. see Book. 

6 D^*)n m. pi. a string of pearls, or such Uke ornaments. 

7 n1nB^3 f.pl. chains or bands, as if from *^9>j^ to bipd : according 

to others, prosperity, from n^3 to prosper. 

8 n&^ru com, brass, fetters of brass. 

9 nlfi^Dl /. ear-pendants, so oaUed from the pearls in the form of 

a drop. 

10 p^y m, an ornament of the neck, a badge of honour or dis- 

tiaotion. p j| to surround like a necklace ; as pride ia 
on the neck like a chain of ornament, so the collum 
retupinum was significative of pride. EjlL ^pret. 

11 *Y^3*7 VI, eoUar, chain for the neck. 

12 p^FH TO. a chain. • n^>ni /. b n^pni /. pi. 

13 t^P^P TO. a little chain ; reduplication of rniq^, (see Bf>acele(); 

by contraction • Tiy5'yp f, 

Qen. xli 42. 11 

Bxod. xxviii 1\ 14 18 

xxviii. 22. 18 a 

xxxix.l& 13 

Xum. xxxi 60. 2 

Judg. viiL 26. 10 

1 Kings TL 2L 12 a 
vii. 17. 18 

2 Chron. iii. 5. 16^ 16. 18 

CHALE-STONSB. 

y*^ TO. lime ; |3M to. stone : Isa. xxvii. 9. 

CHAIiLENOE. 
HOH tosay. KjLLfiU, Exod. xxil 9. 



P8.1xviii.6. 


1 


Jer.xzTlz.7. 




lxxiiL6. 


10 a 


xl.1.4. 




cxlix.8. 


4 


lii. 11. 




Prov. i. 9. 


10 


Lam. iii. 7. 




Cant L 10. 


6 


Ezek. yii. 28. 


12 


iv.9. 


10 


xvi. 11. 


11 


ba.iii.l9.a 


9 


xix.4.9. 




xl. 19. 


12b 


Dan.v.7.H29t 




XlT.14. 


4 


Nah.iii.10. 




aBteSUuU. 












2 nfin 

3 rV 



n3tt^ 



6 naef? 



OHAMBBB. 

Mb fhft iBmoei and most retired pari of any place ; the 
retired part of a large chamber called a bedchamber, 
separated by tk curtMn ; heao» an inner chamber, marg. 
'a chamber within a chamber.* Dr. Shaw, describing 
the structure of houses in Barbary, says, " Their cham- 
bers are large and spaoioua; one of them frequently 
serving a whole family. At one end of each chamber 
there is a little gallery, raised four or five feet, with a 
balustrade in the front of it: here they place their 
beds." — Taylor. 

f. a bridal canopy or covering, at a marriage ceremony. 

com. a chamber, or chamber floor. — Geaeniui. This name 
is given in Solomon's temple to the three stories of side 
diambers, which were built around the temple on three 
sides, five cubits in height, one above another. 

/. a chamber in the temple ; these were used as storerooms 
for tithes, offerings, vessels, &a, as dining-rooms, and 
probably as lodging-rooms ; also the secretary's office in 
the king's house : Jer. xzxvi. it. 

/. a chamber or cell in the temple. 

/. a chamber or upper room ; independent houses annexed 
to the greater, consisting of one or two rooms and ter- 
race above them. See Moof. Sometimes they were 
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down into the porch or street, by which they might 
pass without giving any disturbance to the family. In 
these separate private back houses strangers were lodged 
and entertained : a Kings iv. lo. The men retired from 
the hurry and noise of their &milies for devotion or 
diversion. — Shato't Travels, p. 280. One of the rooms of 
these separate houses among the Jews, much used for 
devotion and other purposes, was called {nrtp^ow, an 
upper room. Acts L 13. See Dan. vi. 10, and Windowt. 
•n'^y Ch./. id. 

PTY /. a rib ; a side chamber (of the temple) ; also collectively, 
a whole story of side chambers, or even the three stories : 
Ezek. xli. 5, &c. n^ybs n*| E«ek. xli. 9, is the space 
for these side chambers between the two walls of the 
temple. Com'p. Josephi Antiq. Jud. iii. 3, a. 

Kn m. a chamber, thalamut. 

No. 1 not included. 



^Sam.xviii 


8S. 




1 Chron. xxviii. 12. 




Jer.xxxvi.l0.12.a0,21. 4 


1 Kings vi 6, 6. 


8,7 


2 Chron. iii. 9. 




Ezek. xl. 7. 7. 10, 12, 12. 


riTS 






xli. 11. 




18, 16, 21. 29, 88. 


vi.8. 






xxxi. 11. 




36. 8 


vi. 10. 






Ewu viiL 29. 




xl. 17, 17, 38,44.40. 46. 4 


xiv.28. 






X. 6. 




xli. 6. 6,6.7.8,9.9. 


xvii. 23. 






Neh. iii. 80. 




11,26. 7 


2 Kings i. 2. 






X. 87. 38, 39. 




xli. 10. 4 


iv. 10, 11. 






xij. 4A. 




xiii. 1, 4, 6, 7, 7, 8, 9. 


TTiii. 11. 






xiii. 4, 6, 8, 9. 




10. 11. 12. 18. 18. 


xxiu. 12. 






xiii. 7. 




18. 4 


1 Chron. iz. 


28. 




Ps. xix. 6. 




xliv. 19. 4 


ix.33. 






civ. 3. 13. 




xlv. 5. 4 


xxiii. 28. 






Jer. xxii. 18, 14. 




xlvi. 19. 4 


xxviii. 11. 






XXXV. 2, 4, 4, 4. 




Dan. vi. 10. 6 a 



OHAMBBBLAIN. 

D^^D m. an eunuch ; and because eunuchs were employed as 
chamberlains and in other great offices in the courts of 
kings, hence it came to be a general name for such 
officers, though they were not eunuchs : 2 Kings xxiii. 
II : Esth. L 10, 12, 15 i ii. 3, 14, 15, ai ; iv. 4, 5 ; vL a, 
14; viip. 

CHAMELEON. 
nb m. a large kind of lizard : Lev. xi. 3a 

CHAMOIS. 

IDT TO. the eamelopardalis or giraffe : Shaw*s Sup. pp. 78, 88. 
A homed animal, mild like the sheep, spotted like the 
leopard ; its neck seven feet long ; from head to tail 
eighteen feet ; its head when lifted up reaches sixteen 
feet from the ground ; the fore legs are much longer 
than the hind legs, which makes it difficult to eat grass, 
and obliges it to jump in running : Raii Syn. Quadrup. 
p. 90. As it lives chiefly by cropping, and as it were 
pruning the leaves and under branches of trees, probably 
it took its name from this circimistance, and might be 
called the pruner : Deut. xiv. 5. 

CHAMPAIGN. 

T\y)y f. see Plain. Deut. xi. 30. 

CHAMPION. 

K^tjt m. a man; D'33 dxml, the interval between two armies: 
I Sam. xvii. 4, 13, a champion, lit. a middle-man ; or, 
man of the two intermediates. 



*li21| cuij. one mighty in Talonr : i Sttn. xvii. 51. 

CHANCE. 
y^fi TO. an occurrence, incident: Eccles. ix. 11. 
Hip to meet, befall; to happen, to be by chance. Kifhal 

inf. a Sam. i. 6, lit. happening I happened, fvt. Deut. 

xxii. 6. 
tVlp m. chance, accident : Deut. xxiiL 10. ^^^^P to. fortuitous 

chance : i Sam. vi. 9. 



CHANCELLOB. 

p^^ Ch. to. master. OVTi Ch. to. decree, commandment : 
iv. 8, 9, 1 7, lit. master of counsel, or decrees. 



CHANGE. 

1 ?|fin (see Turn) to change, to change one thing for anotl)er ; 

to change or turn into a different substance, form, 
quality, or place ; to change into a ruinous desoUte 
condition. It is used in Kal both transitively mud 
neutrally. Kal • pret. ^fut. Niphal «preL 

2 ^/H to pass ; to pass from one thing, degree, conditiGD, or 

station, to another ; hence — (i) to change or alter, in 
Matt. xxiv. 35 : the force of this word in Ps. di. 36 
is well expressed by 9ap€\t6<rorrai, yet the context 
implies a change, as of old garments for new ; (2) to 
renew. Job xiv. 14, "till my change,** renewal, Uie 
happy change of my condition, " come ;** (3) to take 
in turns or courses by succession. Job x. 1 7, *' changes 
and war are against me,*' i.e. a war in which one 
body of men succeeds another, and makes a frwh 
attack ; meaning the variety of afflictions which had 
befallen him. With inf. change at all. Kal • pret. ^/kL 
PiEL 'fut. HiPHiL *pret. •imp. 'ftU. »riD'^n /. 
change, change for the better, as in Job xiv. 14, in 
the sense of restoration, as also in Job xiv. 7. 

3 HflPn^ /. change of raiment, changeable suits of appai^, so 

called because they are gently drawn off and laid 
aside when not used : Zech. iii. 4, ». & costly and 
beautiful garments, not worn in common. 

4 b^n to search for that which is hid ; to let oneself be sought^ 

to be hid, concealed, disguised ; to disguise oneselt 
HiTHPAEL ^fiU. Job XXX. 18, "by the great force <tf 
my disease is iny garment changed,** or disguised so 
that it cannot be known. This very difficult verse 
has not yet received any better explication. 

5 *lp^ to change, to exchange. Hiphil pret, 

6 IVD to change ; to substitute one thing in the place of 

another ; to change, alter, or turn to the reverse. 
With inf. change at all. NiPHAL ^pret. Hi^HL 
^pret. ''inf. ^f\ii. • n^^on /. exchange. 

7 mo to rebel ; to resist, to oppose : Ezek. v. 6, ** hath 

changed ;*' rather, hath rebelled against. Our ver- 
sion is from n^Q to change. Hiphil /it*. 

8 13D to compass, to turn about. Hiphil ^fvA, Hophal 

^'part. 

9 D^b to put or set with design, care, &c. Kal/u(. 



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10 T\y^ to double; to do » thing oyer again; to do it in a 

different manner; to alter, to change. Ka.l ^prtt, 
^part. Pool. Pi«L «pre«. ^inf. •fut. 'fkiH, w^i^, 
after the Chaldaio fonn. Kal tfut. PlEL ^pret. 
PUAL »/rrf. 

11 KJB? Ch. P'al *pret, ^fut. «port. Pabl ^prrf. •fvt. Ith- 



Gen.xzxi.7. 

zxxi.41. 

zxxv. 2. 

xli. 14. 

zlv.22.28. 
Lev. xiiiie. 

xiii. 55. 

«Evii. 10. 

xxvii. 10. 

zzTii.3S. 

zzviLSS. 

ixvii. 83. 
Num. xxxii. 38. 
Judg. xiT. 12. 13, 

1 Sain. zxL 13. 

2 Sam. zii. 20. 
Buth iv. 7. 

2 Kingi ▼. 5, 2% S 
xxiv. 17. 
xrv.2». 



19. 



2d 
2 f 
2e 
20 

?^ 
1 c 

la 

6d 

6cd 
6d 

6od 
6e 
8b 
2g 

10 e 
2c 
Be 

!» 

8 a 
10 h 



Job X. 17. 


8ff 


xiv.14. 


iS? 


xiv.20. 


xvii.l2. 


9 


ZXX.18. 


4 


Pb.zv.4. 


6d 


xzxiv. title. 


10 d 


It. 19. 


2f6 


di.26.26. 


CVL20. 


6d 


Prov. xxiv. 21. a 


10 b 


£ocleB.viiil. 


10 i 


I8a.iii.22. 


3 


ix.lO. 


2 f 


xxiv. 6. 


2a 


Jer. ii. 11. 11. 


6.6b 


ii.86. 


10 d 


xiii. 23. 


lb 


xlviu. 11. 


6a 


liLSS. 


10 c 



Lam. iv. 1. 


10 R 


EMk.v.6. 


7 


Dan.ii.9. 


11 g 
HI 


ii.21. 


iiLl9. 


11 f 


iu.27. 


11 a 


iii.28. 


lid 


iv.ie. 


11 e 


T.6. 


11a 


V.9. 


11 c 


v.lO. 


11 g 
11 fi 


vi.8.l«. 


vil7. 


lib 


viL25. 


11 h 


vii.28. 


"el 


Ho8.iv.7. 


Micahii.4. 


6d 


Hab.i.ll. 


2a 


Zech.iii.4. 


8 


MaLiiLe. 


10 a 



^. "given to change." 



OHANNBIi, 

p^M a stream, held in by the banks ; a channel or cavity of 
the earth in which it flows : 3 Sam. zzii. x6 : Ps. xviii. 
15 : Isa. viii. 7. • 

Tl/^C^ /• <^ stream (see Flooii): Isa. xxrit 11, 

CHANT. 
t91B to part, to separate ; to open wide the lips as in sbging^ 
to sing, to chant. Kal part. Pod, Amos yi. 5. 

OHAFBIi. 
^PP fn. a sanctuazy, holy place : Amos vii. 13. 

OHAPITEB. 
Tl^Tlb /. a chapiter, or ornament in architecture, encompassing 
the top of A piUar : i Kings vii. 16, 16, 16, 17, 17, 17, 18, 
18, 19, 20, 10, 31, 41, 41, 42 : 2 Kings XXV. 17, 17, 17 : 
2 Chron. iv. 12, 12, 13 : Jer. lii. 22, 22, 22. 
raV /. the capital of a column : 2 Cbron. iii. 1 5. 
CMn «»• head : £xod. xxxvi. 38 ; xxxviiL 17, 19, a8. 

CHAPMAN. 
*l1l1 see Merchant. Kal part. Pool. «)^3m m. man : 2 Chron. 
ix. 14. 

CHAPT. 
nnn to be broken. Kal pret. Jer. xiv. 4. 

CHABQE. 

IDK tosay, &c. Kal fut. 
1^ com. hand. 

T 

jnj to give. Kal "pre*. *»w%^ ^fiU. with aj^l to lay to 



people's charge. 
/3p m. burden ; tax. 
*13:^ to pass. KAL/tff. 
*ny see Testify. BJsmL^pret. ^imp. 



nfe^ to do ; to have charge of. Kal part. PoeL 

1[>B to look on or after a thing, particularly with a ooncem 
for it, protpicere alicui rei; to give the oversight, to 
place a person over anything, to command, with ^f 
of the person. Hiphil, to appoint, with by of the 
thing, and with b; to commit to a person, with ^t, 
12}} ^1]} and with nw (RH) penea (like deponere apud 
aliquem). Kal* pret. ^ftU. Hiphil e|)rrt. *n^^B/. 
care, oversight ; or vinitation in a way of punish- 
ment : so Ezek. ix. i, cause visitations to draw near. 
• T55 m. overseer. 
niV to command to do ; to give a charge. Pixl *pret. ^ inf. 
^imp. ^fiU. 

y?l}> m. the middle or inner part ; " unto,*' lit. in the midst 
of my people. 

/KtS^ to ask, to lay to charge of, to demand in a way of 
inquiry. Kal fut. 

yS^ to swear; Hiphil, to charge with an oath. With ir^, 
straitly charged. Hiphil *pret. *» inf. 

D^l^ to put or set with care, regard. Kal fut. 
U n^tp(^ /. a watching, keeping or presecving, command, care or 
management of a business; marg. 'ward,' 'ordinance.' 
16 l^^PD m. judgment, law, custom, mode or manner. 



10 



11 



12 



13 



Oen.xxvi6. 


14 


Josh. xxii. 8. 


14 


Ezra i 2. 


8a 


xxvL 11. 


9d 


xxii.6. 


9a 


Neh. vii 2. 


9d 


xxviiLl,e. 


9d 


Ruth ii 9. 


9a 


X.82. 


8b 


xl.4. 


8b 


1 Sam. xiv. 27. 


12 b 


xiii 19. 


1 


xllz. 29. 


9d 


xiv. 28. 


12ba 


Esth. ii 10, 20. 


9a 


Exod.L22. 


9d 


28am.iii8. 


8b 


iu.9. 


7 


vi. 18. 


9d 


xi.l9. 


9d 


iv.8. 


9b 


xix. 21. 


6b 


xiv. 8. 


9d 


Job i. 21 


8a 


xix. 28. 


6a 


xviii. 6. 


9b 


iv.l8.^ 


18 


Lev. viiL 85. 


14 


xviii 12. 


9a 


xxxiv. 18. 


8a 


Num. L 63. 


14 


iKingsiil. 


9d 


Pb. XXXV. 11. 


11 


iiL 7. 7. 8. 26, 28, 81. 


ii^^ 


14 


^ xci. 11. 


9d 


82.36.88.88. 


14 


ii48. 


9a 


Cenl.ii7. 


12 a 


iv. 27. 28. 81. 32. 


14 


iv.28. 


16 


iii 6. 


12 a 


V. 19, 21. 


12a 


xi28. 


4 


V. 8, 9. 


12 a 


ViiL 26, 26. 


14 


xiii. 9. 


9a 


viii 4. 


12 a 


ix.19. 23. 


14 


2King8viil7.« 


80 


Isa.x.6. 


9d 


xviiL3.3.4^6,6,8. U 


xviil6. 


9a 


Jer. xxxii. 18. 


9d 


xxvii 19. 


9a 


xvii86. 


9d 


XXXV. 8. 


9a 


xxvii. 28. 


9d 


1 Chron. ix. 27. 


14 


xxxix.lL 


9d 


xxxi. 80. 47. 


14 


xxii 6, 12. 


9d 


xlvii.7. 


9a 


xxxi.49. 


2 


xxii 18. 


9a 


Iii 26. 


8e 


Deut i 16. 


9d 


xxiiiS2.82.82. 


14 


Esek. ix. 1. 


8d 


iii 28. 


90 


2 Chron. viii 14. 


14 


xl.46.46w 


14 


xiL 


14 


xiiilL 


14 


xhv. 8. 8. 


14 


xxiS. 


SclO 


xix. 9. 


9d 


xliv. 11. 


8d 


xxiv. 6. 


6 


xxxi. 16k 17. 


14 


xliv. 14, 16, 16. 


14 


xxvii 11. 


9d 


XXXV. 2. 


14 


xlviii. 11. 


14 


xxxi. 14, 28. 


9d 


xxxvi 28. 


8a 


Zech.iii7. 


14 


Josh, xviii 8. 


9d 










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CHARQBABLIL 
*1!13 to be heavy, to lie or £U1 heavy on any one, to be charge- 
able or troublesome to him. Kal fut, 2 Sam. xiii. 25. 
Hiphil pre^. Neh. v. 15. 

CHABQBB. 
7t3*7JK m. a bason or bowl : Ezra i. 9, 9. 
rnyp /. a dish, charger: Num. viL 13, 19, «5, 31, 37, 43* 49> 55* 
61, 67, 73, 79, 84, 85. 

CHABIOT. 

1 pth m. some warlike machine, perhaps a chariot annod with 
scythes. 

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S ^yp, /• ft wagon or chariot. 

8 t^^fiK nt. sedan, litter, portable couch. Lxx. ^pttop, Vulg. fer- 
eulwn. In Tahnudic this word signifies a nuptial bed. 

4 331 to ride, to ride in a chariot. Kal ^fut. »> ap m. driver 
of a chariot « 33^ com. chariot : Gen. L 9, &c. ** f^l?"?/ 
riding, driving. •a^l'Jm. vehicle, chariot. '3^79 t». 
chariot, f najno /. chariot, especially a war-chariot: 
€ren. zli. 43, &o. Chariots of iron were armed with 
scythes of about two cubits long, fastened to long axle- 
trees on both wheels. Often 33^ refers mostly to the 
horses yoked to the chariots, and to the soldiers riding 
in the chariots, as a Sam. viii. 4 ; x. 18. 

Na 4 c g not included. 

lEingsiT.Se. 4 f 2 Chron. xviu. 88. 4 b l Cant. iiL 9. 8 

xxii.34 4b Pb.x1vL9. 8 Ezek. xxiii 24 1 

2 Kings iz. 16L 4 a I civ. 8. 4 e | xxyIL 20. 4 d 

OHABM. 

1 D^tdK m. pi. soroeren, jugglers ; alluding perhaps to their soft 
and silent motions, or their low and slow manner of 
speaking. 

% *13n to join together, to bind, to fiuoinate. Kal part. Poel. 

• '>^n m. an incantation. 
8 \^n? to speak in a soft gentle manner ; applied to the charming 

of serpents, probably by soft and gentle sounds. PiEL 

part. * V>n^ m. charm. 



I)0iit.xviiill.« 
Ps. Iviii. 6. 6. 



^,2a1I8a.xix.8.^ 
8, 2, 2 a I Jer. viiL IT.y. 



1 
8a 



« Ht. one that charms a charming, 
whom there is no charm. 



/B Lxx. their idols. 



ylU.tcir 



Lev.xxvi.7,8,8«. 
Bent i. 44. 

xxxiL80. 
Josh. vii. S. 

viii 24 

X.10. 

jLB. 


7 a Jo6h.xxi{L10. 
7b Judg.ix.40. 
7 b XI. 48. 
7b l8am.xviL68. 
7 a Neh. xiii. 28. 
7b JobxviiLlS. 
7b 


« 





Jobzz.8. 


4b 


Ps. XXXV. 6.« 


2 


Prov.xix.28. 


1 


Isa. xiii. 14 


6 


xvii.18. 


7o 


Lam. iiL 52.^ 


6ba 



reform by words or actions. With tf|f. chasten sore. 

Kal •/««. ^part. Poel. Niphal •/ut. Pikl *prei, 

•inf. 'imp. Mfut. ^ part. HiPHiL »/trt. ^np^o m. 

correction. 

8 nj^ to afflict. HiTHP. 19^. 

Lev. xivi.28. 
Dent viiL 5, 6. 

xL2. 

xxL 18. 

xxiLlS. 
2 8am.viL14 
1 Kings xlLlLlL 

xiLl414 
8Chron.x.ll,14 





Job V. 17. 


2k 


Prov.xiiL24/B 






xxxiiLld. 
PsTfLl. 


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xix.18. 






2g 


Isa.xxvL16. 






xxxviiLL 


2^ 


liiL6. 






IxxiU. 14 


iS 


Jer. XXX. 14 






xoiv. 10. 


2b 


xxxL 18. 18. 


Sdc 




xciv. 12. 


2g 


Dan. X. 12. 




1 


oxviiL 18.a 


2di 


Hos.viL18. 




Prov.iiLlL 


2k 


x.10. 


2a 



a lit, in chastening hath chastened, 
fiurhim. 



^ 10. betimes seeketh ooneotkn 

OHATTBB. 
^fiV to chirp, M a bird. Pilpbl fut. Luk xxxriiL 14. 



OHASB. 
1 rnS to flee away ; to drive away. HiPHiL fut. Neh. xiii. 98, 

with ^^|Q as one troublesome. 
S nrn to push, thrust, drive, Kal part. Poel. 
8 p71 to bum ; to pursue or persecute with a hot malicious mind. 

Kal inf. 
4 *nO to move oneself, to flee away. Hiphil *fia. Hophal 

^fut. 
8 rno to expel, drive away, banish. Hophal ^poH. 
e l^V to lie in wait, to hunt. With fiU. chase sore. Kal ^pret. 

^inf 
7 ^y^ to run or follow after; to punrae, persecute; to chase, to 

put to flight . Kal •|>ret. >»/«*• PuAL«pr«t. Hiphil 

*yrtt. 

7b 
7b 
7d 

8 

1 
4a 

p lit, chasing chased m& 

OHASTISS, CHASTEN, 
ro^ see Reprove, Rebvke. Hiphil ^pret. Hophal ^pret. 

e niT3^n /. punishment, chastening. 
*1p^ to bind ; to discipline, to correct, to chasten, to restrain 

from doing wrong, to reduce to du^ and obedience, to 



OHSOK. 

ipj see Chattm. n^^o m. correction : Job xx. 3. 

OHBOKBB. 
n^Sb /. a net; lattice, lattice-work : i Kings vii. 1 7. 

OHBISK. 
W m. the cheek, from its fresh colour: Dent. xviii 3 : ilBngB 
xxii. 34 : a Chron. xviiL 33 : Job xvi. 10, lit. my cheeks: 
Ps. iii. 7, ^cheek bone :" Cant. i. 10 ; T. 13 : Isa. L 6 : 
Lam. L 3 ; iii. 30 : Micah v. i. 

OHBlSBy OHlSBBFirii. 
1 Dto to be well, to be good. Hiphil ^fvL ^ l^« Oidj. good. 
l\p; to be good. Hiphil, to make cheerfuL HiPH. •fuL 
a 30 to grow as plants; to give forth words. TiLMLfut. 
8 npb^ to rejoice ; to cheer up. PiEL •jprrt. ^pari. 



Deutxxiv.6. 
Judg.ix.18. 



8a|Prov.xv.l8. 
8 b I Eodes. xL 9. 



lc|Zech.viiLl«. 
la| ix.17. 



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OHBESIL 



n^^ril /. cheese, i. e. curdled milk : Job x. la 
Jpn m. milk : i Sam. xvii. 18. 

T T 

P"}n m. a cutting : i Sam. xvii 18, perhaps cuttings, alioes of 
curdled milk, or soft cheese. 

nfi(^ /• according to the Targum, Syriac, and the Jewish inter- 
preters, cheese of kine : 3 Sam. xvii 39. 

OHBBISTHITBS. 
^11^3 m. a part of the king*s bodyguard, and snppoeed to be 
executioners ; or, by some, hewers of wood, as the Gibeon* 
ites : 2 Sam. viii. 18 ; xv. 18 ; xx. 7, 33 : i Kings i. 38, 
44 : I Chron. xviii. 17: Ezek. xxv. 16 : Zeph. iL 5. 

OHBBISH. 

}3D to profit; to attend upon a person as a nurse, providing 
and ordering things proper for nourishment and refresh- 
ment Kal part. Poel, i Kings i a, 4. 

OHEBUBIM. 

Sf\2i m. The primary meaning of this word is undoubtedly 
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away Vy the Tery nnmerouB discnmons to which it has 
given rifle ; and the present undertaking cannot afford 
an opportunity of even noticing the elaborate opinions 
of learned writers on the nature and import of the 
Cherubim. Ode, in his learned work, De Angelii, has 
given a long chapter to the consideration of the various 
opinions of others, and the demonstration of his own, 
that they were 83rmbolical of angels, and typical of the 
fiuthful. Fairbaim, on the Typology of Scripture, refers 
to Bahr's Symbolik, " whose skilful and elaborate treat- 
ment of this symbol surpasses everything he has seen 
on the subject.*' and devotes many pages to the dis- 
ousiion. He comes to the conclusion, which seems to 
me generally most satisfactory, that they represent re- 
deemed and glorified manhood — the highest perfection 
of creature life. They were intended, in Paradise, to 
direct the hope of our fallen parents to eternal life, in 
the revelation of mercy by the Redeemer. In the most 
holy place of the tabernacle, the same life, identified in 
union with the Mediator, is typified by the mercyseat, 
with which the Cherubim were connected, beaten out 
of the same mass of gold. In the temple they were 
made of wood covered with plates of gold, which might 
typify human nature glorified. In the visions of Ezekiel 
they symbolise glorified saints and angels, who serve 
Ood day and night, and shall stand before Him and 
minister unto Him in a world of glory for ever and ever. 
In Rev. V. 9, the four living creatures, corresponding in 
description with the visions of Esekiel, are clearly iden- 
tified with the redeemed by the blood of Christ. See 
Fairbaim*s Topology, vol. i. p. 296-323 ; v<J. ii. p. 402- 
404 ; Gen. iii. 24, &c. 

OHSST. 
Jlnjj c. an ark, chest, &o. : a Kings xii. 9, 10 ; 2 Chron. xxiv. 8, 
10,11,11. 

D^^l m. pL treasures ; chests in which precious goods are stored : 
£zek. xxvii. 24. 

OHBSTNUT-TBBII. 
fiOHJl m. properly the plane-tree, so called from shedding its 
bark : Gren. xxx. 37 : Ezek. xzxi. 8. 

CHEW. 
Tid to ruminate, to chew the cud; pr, to bring up agun 

through the gullet. Niphal fut. Lev. xi. 7. 
rn3 /. rumination : Deut. xiv. 8, lit. and not rumination. 
Some, as our translators, consider it a verb, ** and chew- 
eth not the cud." 
n^3 to cut off. Niphal yii<. Num. xi. 33, lit, cut offl 

n^ to ascend ; to chew the cud, lU, to make the cud ascend. 
HiPHTfi part. Lev. xi. 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 26 : Deut. xiv. 6, *j, 7. 

CHIDB. 

y^ to contend or strive. Kal/iU. Gen. xxxi. 36 : Exod.XYii. 

a, 2 : Num. xx. 3 : Judg. viii. i : Ps. diL 9. 
yn «i. strife, contention : Exod. xviL 7. 



CHIISF. 

1 Mm, fiither; chief house, ffeb. house of a &ther. 

8 T21K adj, that which is strongest and most excellent. 

8 D^/'VK m. pi. nobles, chiefs ; select persons of distinction and 
eminenoe; or, those on whom the state leans for 
support. FtLrst : fimdamaUa terrce (see Exod. xxiv. 
1 1). Modem critics give the meaning of sides or ex- 
tremities of the earth. 

4 ^3 m. owner, husband, father of a fiunily. The argument 
in Lev. xxi. 4 seems to be that the high priest shall 
not defile himself even for his own wife when dead, 
since he is the husband of the people, or Ikther of that 
fiunily, and must not let this interfere with his sacred 
duties. 

$ *^^3B adj. see Mighty, 

e 7jl to carry a standard. Kal part. Pattl. Ges., lifted up 
as a standard, i. e, conspicuous, distinguished, spoken 
of a noble youth. 

7 jnb m. a priest, or prince ; chief ruler, marg. 'or, prince.' 

8 *T^p m. see Captain, Chief ruler, or prince. 

t nV3 Piel, to be placed over, to have the oversight of; used in 
reference to music, probably, to preside over the sing- 
ing, to lead in the singing. Here belongs the expres- 
sion nn^jo^ in the superscription of fifty-five Psalms, 
(PiEL part.), and in Hab. iii. 19, a precentor, diorister. 
So Rashi, Aben-Ezra, Kimchi, and most of the mo- 
dems. Others make it the Syr. inf. Pa. (comp. in 
Chald. Dan. v. 12), to lead in singing. Targ. ad iwi- 
dcmdvm. The former interpretation is fiivoured by 
the frequent use of the word, to oversee. — Oeteniut, 

10 tr^l m. a prince, a ruler. 

11 nPyO m. ascent. 

12 l^y m, a he-goat ; metaph, a leader of the people, a prince. 
18 ndfi /. a comer, cornerstone ; a principal person, the chief 

support of a community. 

14 t^fii") m. head ; a chief, ruler, captain, &c. (frequent). * t^M^ 

Ch. m. i> Ty^ybH'y f, beginning, first, &c. c ^Sxdn'y acfj. 

15 y^ Ch. adj. great. 

16 *lk^ m. a captain, commander, chief ; prince, courtier. 

Na U CM^, and Na 9. CAicT irtMieion, not hidnded. 



Gen. zl. 2, 2, 9, 16, 20, 
20. 21, 22» 28. 
ilL 9, 10. 
Lev. xxL 4. 
Kmn. iii. 24^ 80, 821 
32,36. 
iv.84,4d. 

XIV. 14, 15. 
Jo8h.xxiLl4 
Judg. zx. 2. 

1 Sam. ii 29. 
xiv. 38. 

XV. 21. 
XXL 7. 

2 Sam. viii 18. 
XX. 28. 

1 Kings v.lAi 



16 
16 

4 

10 

10 

1 
1 

13 

14 b 

18 

14b 

2 

7 

7 

16 



lBi,gviiiL 


lOiBimv.lO. 


14 a 


16 viiiH29.29. 


16 


Xiv. 27. 


16 . Ix. 2. 


140 


lChron.v.2. 


8 Z.6. 


16 


ix.26. 


6 JobzLlO. 


14 b 


xv.A^7.8,9tl(^ 


Pb. Ixxviii 61. 


14 b 


16,22. 


16 ov. 86. 


14b 


XVUL 17. 


140 Cantv.lO. 


6 


ZXLX.6. 


16 Iaa.xiv.9. 


12 


xxiz.28. 


8, xli9. 


8 


2 Chron. v. 8. 


10 ' Jer. xz. 1. 


8 


viU.9.10. 


16 


xlix.85. 


14 b 


xii 10. 


16 


Dan.ii48. 


15 


xvii. 14 


16 


X.18. 


14 c 


xxzji. 88. 


11 


xi4L 


14 b 


ZXXV.9. 


16 


Amosvil, 6L 


14 b 


zzxvil4 


16 


Hab. iii 19. 


9 



CHILD, CHILDHOOD. 

1 nj21 to build ; Niphal, to obtain, to have children, because by 
them a house is built. Nifhal fut. * )} «i. a ton, a 

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child ; sometimeB naed of either sex : Deut. zzr. 5 
eomp. Matt, zidl 44. Exod. iz. ^ fte. ^ \l Ch. m. u2. 
a mn to oonoeive, to be with ohild. Kal ^pret. ^fut. « ^^Q ac(j 
/. with child, woman with child. ^ ^*'l'? <m(;< /• m^ 
•7^ m. oflfepring. • n Jj m. 4d, 
ymt fii. seed ; child. 

~v 

I^D m. see LittU One*, 
ih^ to bring forth children. 

•n^T^:/. childhood. 
vho a4j, ftdl. "with child." 
lyj fl».ayoungman,aohild. •*>3?^fi». boyhood, youth. «>Dn^»3 

m. |>Z. youth. 
Sy a sucking child. • ^5^3?o in. i<i * V»ij[ m. young children, 

VMurg, 'or, the wicked:' see Wit^ktd, « ^>^», and VJJ^ 

«». infEAts, babes. 



Kal •iwrf. Paiil. »» tV; a child. 
^ "Y^^^ 9ti. coiut. one bom, a son. 



No. 1 a not included. 

lokiiL^S. 
iii.12. 
Tii.l«. 
viii.4. 
TiiLlS. 
ix.e. 
Z.19. 

xi.e. 

ziiLie. 

xxvilT. 

XXVL18. 

zzix.8S. 

zlix.15. 

lyii4.S. 

Ixv. 20. 
Jer. L 6, 7. 

▼ill. 

ix.2L 

zxxi.8. 

zxiiSO. 

xl.7. 

XU.16L 

xliii6. 

xliv.7. 
Lam. L6. 

iLll,l»,aOi 

iv.4. 

It. 10. 

V.18. 
Ecek.ix.fl).. 
Dan.i.^10,1^ 
17. 

iL88. 

v.lS. 

▼i.18,24 
Hos. i. 2. 

zLl. 

xiii. 16. 
Joel ii 16. 
Amos i. 13, 18. 
Micahii.9. 
Nah. iii 10. 
a M. and the child was a ohOd. /I UL firom children. 



Gen. XL 80. 


8 


2 Sam. xii 15, 18, 18^ 




xvL2. 


1 


18,18.19.19.21. 




xvi.U. 


20 


21.22.28. 


6b 


xix.86. 


2b 


xiil6. 


8 


xxi. 8, 14^ K^ 16. 


6b 


lKing8iii7. 


8 


XXX. 8. 


1 


iOs. 


6b 


XXX. 96. 


6b 


iii.86.26. la»6a| 


xxxiii. 1. 2, 2, 0, 0, 




iii 27. 


6a 


6,7.18.14. 


6b 


xil7. 


8 


XXXVU.80. 


6b 


xiv.8,17. 


8 


xxiviii. 24^ 28. 


20 


xiv.12. 


6b 


xliL22. 


6b 


xvii 21, 21, 22^ 88. 
2Kiiig8iL2S. 


6b 


xliv. 20. 


6b 


8 


Bxod. i. 17. 18. 


6b 


iiSi. 


6b 


ii.8.6,6,7.^9,8. 




iv.l8.28.84,8^84 6b| 


10. 


6b 


iv. 29. 30. 81, 81. 82; 


xii.87.87. la.6 


86.36. 


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xxi. 4. 


6b 


V.14. 


8 


xxi 22. 


20 


viii.12.U18. la»90.20 1 


Iiev.xxiil8. 




XV. 16. 


80 


Num. xiii 22, 28. 


6d 


1 Chron. xiv. 4. 


6a 


xiT.8. 




XX. 4. 


6d 


xvi27. 




Ezra Vila, 16. 


lb 


xxxilS. 




X.L 


6b 


Deut iii 6. 




Neh.xii48. 


6b 


xxxi.12. 




£8th.iiil8. 


6 


Josh. XV. 14. 


6d 


Job xix. 18. 


9b 


Jud(r.xiii5.7.8»II^24. 8 


xxi 11. 


6b 


XXI. 10. 


6 


xxiv.6. 


8 


Buth ir. 16. 


6b 


xxiT.6. 


8 


lSam.i2,2. 


6b 


xxxiii 86. 


8a 


ill. 


4 


Pb. oxlviii. 18. 


8 


i22,24,a2S.27. 


8 


Prov.xx.ll. 


8 


ii 11. 18k 21. 26. 


8 


xxii 6. 16. 


8 


iii. 1.8. 


8 


xxiiil8. 


8 


iv. 19. 


So 


xxix.16. 


8 


iv.2L 


8 


xxix.2L 


8a 


xii.2. 


8b 


EcoIe8.iv.l8,16. 


6b 


xvi. 11. 


8 


X.16L 


8 


xxii. 19.^ 


9c 


xi.6. 


7 


2Sam.Ti2S. 8a,6b'3 


xilO. 


60 


xi6. 


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6b 



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80 

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OHILDLBSS. 
^^]^ nij. solitary, forsaken, childless : Gen. zv. 3 : Ley. zx. 30, 

a I : Jer. xxii. 30. 
7b^ to lose children. Kal /itf. i Sam. xy. 33. Phl j>rel. 
X Sam. xy. 33. 

OHIMNBT. 
n3*1K /. an outlet ; a latticed window, a chimney : H08. xiii. 3, 
perhaps elosed with lattice-work. 

OHISIiSIT. 
vDS m. name of a month beginning with the new modn of 
December : N«h. 1. i : Zech. yii 1. 



OHOOSB, OHOIOn. 

1 *in21 to choose, select, prefer ; and that which is mostly implied 

in choice, to examine, explore. There is a fulness in 
this word, which includes all these ideas, as must be 
evident in many passages in which it is used : Job xxxiy. 
4, let us choose to us. prefer, and adhere to judgment ; 
let us be sincerely desirous to understand, and with im- 
partiality and accuracy to discuss the subject in debate : 
xxix. 45, 1 chose out their way. showing my approbation 
or disapprobation : Ps. cxix. 30, 1 have chosen, preferred, 
and take pleasure in the way of truth : Isa. Ixvi. 3, they 
have chosen, preferred their own ways before mine : 
I Sam. XX. 30, thou hast chosen, preferred before me, 
esteemed more than me, the son of Jesse : it is opposed 
to DijiO to reject, pass by, despise, Isa. vii. 15, 16 ; xU. 
9 : Job xxxiy. 33. Often c. dal, ^^ to chose for oneself. 
The thing chosen is put in the occtcs. / also more freq. 
with ij once with ^7 as marking desire. Job xxxvi. 31 ; 
also }p implying preference, Ps. Ixxxiy. 1 t. Kal *]>ref. 
^inf. ^imp. ^fvt- *poH, PoeL 'part, Paifil. Niphal 
»prrt. ^part, * "^^ni m. chosen, choice young man. 
*n»n| oc{/. choeen. '"^^nap w. choice. "'^Jfap ». 
choice. 

2 y}7l to separate ; to select ; that which is choice and set apart. 

Kal » part. Patil. b ">a ac^'- chosen, beloved. 
8 m21 to choose, select ; from the idea of cutting out and sepa- 
rating, corresponding in sense with *tD| • 

4 K*13 to hew, or cut ; to form, make, produce ; Piel, to mark 
out. PiKL imp, Esek. xxL 19, 19. pairalL ^*> X3^ in 
the same verse. 

6 /2p to receive, to take anything offnred. PiBL imp. 



Gen.vi.2. 


1 a 


xiii. 11. 


Id 


xxiii6. 


Im 


Exod.xlv.7. 


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XV. 4. 


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xvii. 9. 


1 


xviii.26. 


Id 


Num. xvi 6^ 7. 


1 d 


xvii. 6. 


1 d 


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Id 


vii. 6. 


1 a 


vii. 7. 


Id 


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Id 


xu. 6. 14, 18. 21, 26. 


Id 


xii. 11, 11. 1 


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1 d 


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xvii. 8, 10, 16. 


Id 


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1 d 


xxi. 6. 


1 a 


xxiii.16. 


Id 


xxvi2. 


1 d 


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1 a 


xxxi. 11. 


Id 


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Id 


ix.27. 


Id 


xxiv. 16. 


1 c 


xxiv.22. 


1 a 


Judg.v.8. 


Id 


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1 a 


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1 f 


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1 b 


viiil8. 


1 a 


ix.2. 


1 i 


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1 a 


xii. 13. 


1 a 


xiii. 2. 


1 d 


xvi 8, 9, 10. 


1 a 



1 SauL xvii 8. 
xvii 40. 
XX. 30. 
xxiv. 2. 
xxvi. 2. 

2 Sam. vi 1. 
vi81. 
X. 9, 9. 
xvi. 18. 
xvii.l. 
xxi 6. 
xxiv. 12. 

1 Kings iii 8. 
viii. 16, 16. 
vili.44^46. 
xi. 13. 32^ 8i 86. 
xii. 21. 
xiv. 21. 
xviii23. 
xviii.26. 

2 Kings iii. 19. 
xix. 28. 
xxi. 7. 
xxiii. 27. 

1 Chron. vii 40. 
ix.22. 
XV. 2. 
xvi. 13. 
xvi 41. 
xix. 10. 10. 
xxi 10. 
xxi. 11. 
xxviii.4^4 
xxviii.6. 
xxviii 6^ 10. 
xxix. 1. 

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XXV. 6. 

xxix. 11. 

xxxifi.7. 
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v.18. 

ix.7. 
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ix.14. 

XV. 6. 

xxix. 26. 

xxxiv.4.8S. 

xxxvi. 21. 
Ps. XXV. 12. 

xxxiii IS. 

xlvii4. 

Ixv. 4. 

lxxviU.81. 

Ixxviii. 67. 

Ixxviii 68k 70. 

lxxxix.8. 

lxxxix.19. 

ov.6.43. 

ev.86. 

cvi.6,2S. 

cxix. 30. 178. 

oxxxiiU. 

cxxxv. 4. 
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viii. 10^ 19. 

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xviia 

xxii. 1. 
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xliii, 20. 




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xxii. 7. 


XlTiii.lO. 




xxxiu.24. 


xlix.7. 




xlviii. 15. 


lvi.4. 




xlix. 19. 


lriii.5.e. 




1.44. 


Ixv. 12. 




Ezek.xx.6. 


lXT.15. 







Ezek.xxi.19.19. 


4 


xilii.7. 


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xiiv. 4, 6. 


Im 


xxii. 16. 


Im 


Dan. li. 16. 


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Haff. ii. 23. 
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la 


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OHOLBB. 

^y^ to be in bitterness, to be grieved, vexed. Hithpalf£L, to 
be moved with choler : fiU, Dan. viii. 7 ; zi. ix. 

CHOP. 

\sn}^ to break, divide. KiL pra. Micah iii. 3. 

OHBONICXiSS. 

in^ m. a word; D^» m. day. Chronicles, D'o^n na^. lit. 
words of the days : i Kings xiv. 19, &c. 

CHUBI.. 

V^3 and ^73 m, a tenacious, oovetoos person, from ^^3, or 
rather, a deceitful, fraudulent person, from ^^3 to de- 
ceive, as described in Isa. xxxii. 5, 7. Lowth, niggard : 
Noyes, crafty. In v. 7, obs. paronomasia. 

n^p a4i' hard, rough, harsh : i Sam. zxv. 3. 

CHUBN. 
PP m. to force, press, squeeze, wring ; translated in the same 
verae, churning, wringing, forcing : Prov. xxx. 33. 

n&n to overlay. Poel pret. a Chron. iii. 5. 

}BD to cover or line the inside arched roof of a buOding with 
boards closely jointed. Kal parU PatU. Jer. xxiL 14: 
Hag. i. 4. ]BD m, cieling : i ELings vi. 15. 

^^rn^ m. board, as made thin by hewing, planing, &o. : Ezek. 
zU. 16. 

CINNAMON. 

I^Ddjp m. the bark of a tree resembling the willow, dried, and 
coming in rolls like a cane or tube ; according to 
Herodotus, a word of Phenician origin : Exod. zzz. 33 : 
Prov. vii. 17 : Cant. iv. 14, 

CIBOLB, OIBOUIT. 
y\X\ m. circle, sphere, the arch or vault of the heavens ; the 
circle of the earth, or&if ttrrarum: Job zxiL 14 : Isa. 
zl. 12. 



Tpj to cut off, to circumcise. Kal pref. 



33D 

- T 

nc^pri /• » going round, coming about : Ps. ziz. 6. 



to compass about. Kal preL i Sam. vii. x6. a^^D m. 
circuit : Eccles. i. 6. 



CIBOUMOISB. 

1 7K0 to cut off, to circumcise. With inf., must needs be cir- 
cumcised. Kal •|)re<. * mp. *fv;t. <* port. Pattl. Nifhal 
•pret. finf, itrnp. ^fut. ^part. *n^^D /. pi, oiroum- 
oision. 



Gen. zvli. 10, S4, SB. 1 f 


Gen. xxxiT. 22, 22. 


If! 


Josh. V. 2. 


lb 


xvu. 11. 2 


xxxiv. 24. 


Ih 


V.8. 


10 


xvii. IB, 14. 1 h 


Exod. iv. 26. 


Ik 


v.4.7.7. 


la 


xviLlS. Ifh 


xii.44. 


la 


v.5,6. 


Ida 


xvii. 23. 1 c 


xii.48. 


1 f 


V.8. 


1 f 


ZTlL 26k 27. 1 e 


Lev.xiLS. 


Ih 


Jer.iv.4. 


\l 


xxi.4. 1 c 


Deut. X. 16. 


la 


iz.25. 


xzxiT.10,17. 1 f 


xzz.6. 


la 







CIBCUMSPEOT. 
IpB^ to watch, mark, observe ; take heed. Nifhal fut, Ezod. 
zziiL 13. 

OISTBBN. 
'^^7i m. a pit, a well, &c. ; a cistern hewn in stone : a Kings 

zviii. 31 : Prov. v. 15 : Eocles. zii. 6 ; Isa. zzzvi. 16. 
*^K21 m. the same : Jer. ii. 13, 13. 

CITY. 

1 ^'*y /. this is a word of large signification : in its primary use 

it may have applied to any place of look-out, especially 
such as was fortified ; to any place in whioh shepherds 
defended themselves and their flocks in the wilderness 
from wild beasts, robbers, &c. ; also to towns defended, 
of no large size, as is evident from the enumeration of 
so many in Josh, xv., no less than 1 24 in the tribe of 
Judah ; it is used also of a portion of a city more parti- 
cularly fortified, as the city of David on Mount Zion : a 
Sam. V. 7, 9 ; vi 10, la. This word occurs very fn* 
quently. **^| m. id, ^1*9 m, according to Gesenius, 
heat ; anger, wrath ; anziety, anguish, terror : Hos. zi. 9 ; 
Gres., I will not come in wrath. Jer. zv. 8, Lxx. M^i^a 
h^ oMiv i^ai^rfis rp6fiop koX ovovS^. 

2 rPlp /. a city, so called from the concourse of people. • nn j 

and Hnj? Ch./. ^T)y^f. 

3 *1^ m. a gate ; the great gate of a royal citadel or palace. 

Gate seems sometimes put for the people that pass 
through or assemble there. 

Na 1 not included. 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
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1.2 

2 

2 

la^orb 

2 

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2 

a marg, *or, of the city.' 

CLAD. 

nD3 to oover. Hithpabl port, i Kings zi. 99. 
npy to cover or wn^ oneself with a doke ; figuratively, with 
leaL TLhhfut, Isa. liz. 17. 

CIiAMOBOUS. 

riDn to rage, to roar. Bee Noin. Kal poH. Poel, Piot. 
iz. 13. 



Num. xxi. 28. 2 


Prov.viiL8., 


2b 


Isa. XXV. 8. 


Deut ii. 86, 86. 1.2 


ix.8. • 


2b 


xxvi. 5. 


iii.4^4,4. 1.2^1 
Euth ui. 11. S 


X.16. 


2 


xxiz. l.ft 


xi. 10. 


2 


xxxii. 18. 


1 Kings L 41, 40. 2 


xi.lL 


2b 


xxxiiL20. 


viii. 37. 8 


xviii. 11, 19. 


2 


Jer. XT. 8. 


2 Chron. vi. 28. 8 


xxix.8. 


2 


xlix. 25, 25. 


Brraiv.10.12.13,15, 


Isa. i. 21. 


2 


liam. U. IL 


15,15,16,19.21. 2 a 


i26,26. 


t2 


Hoe,vi.8. 


Jobxxiv.12. 1,1b 


xiv. 21. 


la 


xi.9. 


xxix.7. 2 b 


xxii. 2, 2. 


1.2 


Micah iT. 10. 


xxxix.7. 2 


xxiv. 10. 


2 


V. 11. 14. 


P8.ix.6. la 


zxv.2;2;2. 


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Hab.ii.8,12Ll7. 


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OIiAF. 

^TtO to strike, to smite ; appfied to the striking of the hands 
against each other in token of joy. Eal ^•fvA. Phl 

nS^ to smite, to clap the hands, eitherin exultation, indignation, 

or lamentation. HiFHIL/ut. 
p&D to smite, to clap the hands in token of exultation, insolence, 

contempt, scorn, and derision. Kal * pref. ^f%A» 
pfib «{. Kal/uI. 
ygjn to smite ; to clap the hands as a token of rejoicing ; also 

at the calamities of othersi, with ^^ • Kal * pre^ ^ tmp. 



SKhigsxLlS. 

JobxxviLSS. 

xxxiT.87. 



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OLAW. 
/. the dirided or doven hoof of animals : Dent. zir. 6 : 
Zech. xi. i6. 

CIiAY. 

1 *^h m. day, mud, slime, mortar ; from its red colour. 

2 ^pn Ch. fit. potter's clay, burnt clay. 

8 D^D m. mire, dirt, clay thick and adhesive. See iftre. 
4 u70 m. clay or mortar, from its slipperiness. 
A HD]^ m. density, compactness ; day ground. 

6 D!^ oom. thickness. 

7 t^^C)3]^ m. thick day (Hab. ii. 6), as if composed of 32? and D^V 

(see above) : others suppose it to mean pledges, from 
V)^ (see X«mi) ; others, guilt, criminality, from acts of 
rapine, which will be demanded of him again ; or pro- 
perty wrested from the right owner, to which it must 
return. The signification given by Lee is, " on occwawir 
Uuion of pledges in the hand of an unfeeling usurer." 
See also Gussetius. 



iKhigsvlLM. 
2 Chron. iv. 17. 
Job iv. 19. 

Z.9. 

xiitl2. 

xxvii. 18. 

xxziiLB. 



Job zxxviiL 14. 
Ps.xl.2. 
laa. zziz. 16L 

xlL25. 
xlv.9. 
lziv.8. 



Jer.xviiL^a. 1 

xliii. 9. 4 
Dan. ii. 88» 8^ 85. 41« 

41. 42. 43, 43, 40. 2 

Nah. iii 14. 8 

Hab.iL6. 7 



OIiSAN, OIiSANSB* OIiSAB. 

1 n^K m. light. 

2 1^21 to separate, to separate that which is impure. Kal 

•|)ore. PaUL NiFHAL^mp. HiFHiL«fn/. ^'il a4j, 
clear, pure ; empty. * ^i m. purity. 

8 n^T to be clean or pure. It occurs only in a moral sense, but 
of a twofold cleanness : (i) a perfect, entire, and legal 
purity, such as belongs not to man. Job xv. 14 ; xxv. 
4; Prov. XX. 9; but only to God, Ps. li. 4 : (1) an 
evangelical purity from grosser sins, and in the pursuit 
of holiness, in those who are pure in comparison with 
those who sin of purpose, Ps. Ixxiii. 13 ; cxiz. 9. 
Kal»/«<- PiBL*prrt. «/ii<. HiTHPAKL«> imp. 

4 ^pT to be pure physically and morally : used of oil and 
frankincense: metaph. of fiiith, of prayer, of the ways 
of a man, of sincerity towards God and man, of purity, 
integrity, and sincerity of life, of the rectitude of a 



12 



13 



child. Kal ^pret, Hiphil ^prtt. «^) a^. pure; 
figurativdy, of the soul. 

W^n to sin. Phl, of persons, to expiate, atone for ; of things, 
to deanse, to purify : ^pret, ^inf. 

ppn acfj, salted : Isa. xxx. 34, dean provender, marg. 'lea- 
vened or savoury ;' which seems to have been done 
to render it more acceptable to cattle. 

*int3 to be dear, bright, and shining; to be pure, desn, 
purged ; to be clean from all pollution or defilement, 
as opposed to MOp, and implying that purity which 
religion requires, and is necessary for communion with 
God. As there is impurity in sin, so there is a purity 
arising out of reconciliation with God : Job ziv. 4 : 
Ezek. xxxvi. 25. In Hithpael, to wash with water, 
to be baptized : Gen. xxxv. 2, Jacob commands his 
household to put away idols, and to wash themselves 
in token of being purified from idolatry. Baptism, in 
the N. T., is called iea$apifffi6s, in accordance with 
this Heb. expression. KAL^pret, ^imp. *fiU, Piel, 
to pronounce dean, ^pret. *imf, ^imp, t/trf. ^pari. 
PuAL ^part, Hithpael ^pret. itwp. »por<. ■'^^n^p 
adj, pure, dear, and as opposed to unclean. « *^hi) m. 
purity, p *inb m. deamess, purity of the air. * n^nip 
/. deansing, purification. 
1^ <ufj. predous, splendid : Zech. xiv. 6. Hengstenbeig 
renders the latter part of this verse, ** it will not be 
light, the precious will become mean,** in reference to 
the great changes in the heavens, 8cc. 

IfiS to covor. Piel, to make atonement; Pual, to be 
cleansed, fut. 

pnpri m. scouring, deansing ; the means of oorreotion. 

T\J!0 to be dean or firee from whatever staineth or fouleth : 
Amos iv. 6, cleanness of teeth, i.e. teeth free from the 
relics of food adhering to them after eating. Figura- 
tivdy, to be cleared, freed, or exempted from an 
obligation or from service : Gen. xxiv. 8, to be dean, 
blamdess, innocent ; to be cleared or exempted from 
punishment. NiPHAL>pre<. ^fut. PlBL«pre(. '«»/. 
• imp. ffia. s ^\>l adj. pure, free firom blame. ^ )^*|^ m. 
purity, cleanness. 

p^V to be righteous, to be justified. Kifhal *pret. HiTH- 

PABL, to dear oneself, ^ftU, 
nV adj. white and shining; dear bright air, free from. 
douds and fogs. 

D^p to rise. KALfut. 

DpTI to be finished. KALprd, 

Ctean in often used as the rendering of the infinitive intensitive. 



Gen. vlL 2, 2, 8, 8. 

viii 20, 20. 

xxiv. 8. 

xxiv. 41, 4L 

xxxv. a. 

xliv. 18. 
Exod. xxiv. 10. 

xxix.86. 

xxxiv.7.a 
Lev. iv. 12. 

vLlL 

vii 19. 

Z.10,14 



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xL 88, 87, 47. 
xiL7.8. 
xiiL6,8. 
xiiL 7. 35. 
xiiL 18, 18. 
XiiL 17. 17. 
xiii.28, 28. 
XiiL 84, 84. 
xiiL 87, 87. 
XiiL 89, 44^41. 
xiiL 68. 
XiiL 69. 



7 a 

7n 

7 a 

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7dn 

7dn 

7d 

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7nd 

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xiv. 4, 4 7 m n 

xiv. 7, 7. 7 m d 

xiv. 8. 8. 7 m a 

xiv. 9, 20,68. 7 a 

xiv. 11, 11. 7 h m 
xiv. 14, 17, 18. 19t 

26, 28, 29, 3L 7 m 

xiv. 48. 7 d 

xiv. 40. 6 b 

xiv. 62. 6 a 

xiv. 67. 7 n 

XV. 8. 7 n 



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xxix. 18. 


7d 


xvi. 80. 80. 


7ec 


XXX. 17. 


7n 


xvii.l5. 


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XXX. 18. 


7k 


XX. 25, 26. 


7n 


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7 g 


xxii. 4. 


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Neli.xiii.9. 


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xxii. 7. 


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xiU.22.y 


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xiv. 4. 


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xiv. 18.a 


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xviU. 11. 18. 


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xxxiii9. 


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xxxvii. 21. 


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XXXV. 88. 


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Ps.xviii20,24. 


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7n 


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xiv. 11,20. 


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xix. 12. 


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XV. 22. 


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1 Sam. XX. 26, 26. 


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xvi 2. 

XX. 9. 

XX. SO. 
Eocles. ix. & 
Cant. vL 10. 
l0a.Ll6. 

xviii. 4. 

XXX. 24. 

liill. 

lxvL20. 
Jer. iv. IL 

xiiL27. 

xxxiii. 8. 
Ezek. xxiL 24. 

xxii. 26. 

xxxvi.25.25,26. 

xxxvi. 88. 

xxxvii. 28. 

xxxix. 12. 14. 

xxxix. 16. 

xluL 20. 22, 22. 

xliu.23. 

xliv.28. 

xliv.26. 

xiv. 18. 
Dan. viiL 14. 
Joel iiL 21. 2L 
Amos iv. 6. 

viiL9.« 
Zech. xiv. 6. 



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a Ui, and clearing will not dear. fi Ut.YoA finished to pan over. y Ut, 
should be cleansing. Ac. I lit. clomse my hands in purity. c Ut, day 

of light. 

See the verb to which CUm is attached: Rtddanee, Jhy, Bare, SMne, 

CliEAVE, CLEFT, CLIFT. 

1 yp21 to break, tear, rip up, cleave or split asunder with a noise ; 

to break through or into: applied to the cleaving of 
wood ; to the cleaving of the ground ; to the breaking 
forth of light ; to the cleaving or opening of an en- 
closure, in order to make a passage out of it, particularly 
to open a passage for waters. Kal *prd. ^fut. ^part. 
Poel. NiPHAL ^pret, •ftU. Pibl ffut, Hithpael 
'fui. ^ TV.} *»• clefts of houses into which water intro- 
duces itself, and so destroys them. 

2 D^n m. pi. clefts of the rock, in which doves make their nests, 

, and where people retreat from their enemies. 

3 rnp3 /. a cleft or dift in a rock dug out. 

4 ^^j7p m. the top of a rock. 

6 npB to cleave, cut, furrow. PiBL, to divide, cleave, fut, 

6 HD^B /. hoof; cloven-footed. Heb., cleaving the cleft of the hoof. 

7 VP^ to cleave, split, so that the parts are not totally separated. 

Kal •port. Poel. »»|>art. Paiil. Piel «prrt. ""yp^m. 
cleft. 



Gen. xxii. 8. 


1 f 


Judg. XV. 19. 


lb 


Isa. xlviiL 21. 


lb 


Exod. xxxiiL 22. 


8 j 1 Sam. vi. 14. 


1 f 


ML 6. 


4 


Lev. i. 17. 


7 ' Job xvi. 18. 




Jer. xlix. 16. 


2 


xi.8. 


7ad6 


Ps. Ixxiv. 16. 


la 


Amos vi. 11. 


Ih 


xi.7. 


7ad6 


IxxviiLie. 


1 f 


Obad.8. 


2 


xi.26. 


7ad 


cxU. 7. 


1 


MicahL4. 


1? 


Num. xvi 81. 


le 


Bodes. X. 9. 


1 e 


Uab.iiL9. 


DeuL xiv. 6k 6. 


7 ad. Cant. iL 14. 




Zech.xiv.4. 


Id 


xiv. 7. . 


7b 


Isa.iL2L 









CLEAVE. 
py\ and pyi to stick, as things that are glued together, as 
clods of earth. Job xxxviii. 38 ; to be dosely joined 
together, as the scales and flakes of Leviathan, Job xli. 
17> ^3 » ^ adhere, as the tongue to the roof of the 
mouth, unable to give utterance to words, Ps. xxii. 15, 
liam. iv. 4 : the same phrase is used to express deep 
silence^ Job xxix. 10, Ps. czxzvii. 6, Esek. iii. a6 ; as 



the bones to the skin in the emaciated. Job xix. ao, Ps. 
cii. 5 ; as a girdle to the loins of a man, Jer. xiil 1 1, by 
which figure God expresses the near union into which 
he had brought his people to himself in love and &vour ; 
as a disease cleaves to a man, Deut. xxviii. 60, 2 Kings 
V. 37 : to adhere in affection, duty, fidelity — so men are 
said to cleave to each other as companions, Ruth ii. 8, 
21, 33 ; to cleave to God, to their king, to the kw of 
God, to a friend, to a wife ; men cleave to the sins of 
others by imitating them, 7 Kings iii. 3 ; to follow hard 
after is expressed by the same word, as also to overtake* 
Gen. xxxi. 33, cf. xix. 19 ; that which has been stolen 
is said to cleave to the hands, Deut. xiii. 1 7, Job xxxi. 7 ; 
the belly deaveth to the earth when one lies prostrate 
on the ground : aeq. }, *»H, ), and 'inw- Kal •pre*. 

**•»/• */«*• PUAL V«*^- HlPHIL«/)rrt. ffut, HOPHAL 

8 part. p3^ Ch. P*AL ^part. active. * p J^ adj. adhering. 

ptn to lay hold, to hold fast to anything. Hiphil part, 
teq. *>». 

pV^ to pour out molten and liquid metal, which afterwards be- 
comes hard and sets ; aeq. }. Kal part. Pattl. See p^s. 

TO see /otn. Nipbal pret. 
n^D to cleave or adhere, as a scab to the skin. Nifhal pret. 
teq. ^?. 

P^y to be straitened, press close upon ; to deave to. Kal fut. 
aeq. }• 

*T&y to adhere, stick fut. KALpreL See VlK* 



Gen.iL24. 


la 


2 Sam. XX. 2. 




Ps. xliv.26. 




xxxiv. 8. 


1 c 


xxui. 10. 




cLd. 




Deut. iv. 4. 


1 i 


1 Kings xi. 2. 




cii. 6. 




X.20. 


1 


2KingsiiL8. 




cxix.26. 




xi.22. 


lb 


V.27. 




cxxxviL6. 




xiii. 4, 17. 


1 c 


xviii. 6. 




Isa. xiv. 1. 




xxviii. 2L 


1 f 


Neh.x.29. 




Jer. xiii. 11. 11. 


loe 


xxviii. 60. 


la 


Job xix. 20. 




Lam. iv. 4. 




XXX. 20. 


lb 


xxix. 10. 




iv.8. 




Josh. xxii. 6. 


lb 


xxxi. 7. 




EMk.iii26. 




xxiU.8. 


10 


xxxviii. 88. 




Dan.iL48. 




xxiiLlS. 


la 


Ps. xxii. 16. 


sis 


XL 84 




ButhLl4. 


la 


xlLS. 







CLIFF. 

P*){! m. anything which inspires terror, here applied to valleys : 

Job XXX. 6, lit. horror of valleys, f.«. horrid valleys. 
n/]i[P m. ascent : a Chron. xx. 16. 



OLIMB. 
TwV to ascend. Kal pret. Jer. iv. 29. 
Joel ii. 7, 9 : Amos ix. 2. 

CLIP. 



fui. I Sam. xiv. 13 : 



Pll to lessen, to diminish ; to take from. Kal paH. Palil, 
Jer. xlviii. 37. 

CLOD. 

fiS^ m. a dod of earth : Job vii. 5. 
nS^^D /. a clod, such as is turned over and moved : Joel I 17. 
6y^ m. soft, moist clods of the earth.— vScAutou. Job xxL 33; 
xxxviu. 38. 



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OI.OK1I. 
T^yo m. see JSo&e. Isa. lix. 17. 

OIiOSB. 

1 'I'lB to fenoe up, enclose. Kal ^grtt, 

5 p^'l to cleave, to stick close ; to follow close. Kal ^fvt, 

^ P3? odj, cleaving, adhering. 
8 l^T to dress a wound or sore by pressing out the matter or 

blood, closing and binding it up. Kal jm^. 
4 HDS to cover, to conceal ViXLfiU, 

6 D^D to compass. VovLfuJt, 

6 *1JD to shut up ; to be enclosed, shut up, confined in any 

respect, so that one cannot escape one way or other ; 
see ShvJt, Kal ^fiu, fcn^|DO/. close place, forti- 
fied. 

7 DT)D to stop, to obstruct, to close up. Kal povrt. Patil. 

8 "U)D to hide, to conceal, to keep close. Niphal prtL 

% D)f^ to shut the eyes strongly, so that a person either is not 
able, or will not be prevailed upon, to open them. 

10 "11{^ to restrain, to stop, to hinder, Ac. ; to close up, ^th 

inf. close up fast. Kal •|>rrf. ^inf. ''part, Pattl. 

11 *1V (u^*. strait, narrow, compressed. 

12 rnrun to mix with or among; others, to walk amongst, as an 

owner in his domain: Gussetius, to fortify oneself 
with. Pol pari. Jer. xxii. 15 ; by others derived 
from rv^n to be warm ; to emulate, to rival. Tiphxl 
part. Jer. xiii. 15. 



Gen.ii21. 


8a 


lOhron.xiLl. 


lOo 


Isa.zziz.10. 


9 


ZX.l8.a 


10b a 


Job xxviii 21. 


8 


Jer. xziL 15. 


12 


Num. V. 13. 


8 


xlLl5. 


11 


zliilft. 


Sa 


ZTL88. 


4 


Ps. xviiL 46. 


8b 


Dan.zii9. 


7 


Judg. ilL 22. 


8a 


Prov. xviiL 24 


2b 


Amos ix. 11. 


1 


2Sam.uiL4e. 


8b 


Isa.i8. 


8 


JooahiLS. 


6 



a iU. dosing up had dosed. 

OIiOSST. 
nsn /. the covert of a ehamber or closet : Joel u, 16. See 

Chamber. 

CLOTH, OIiOTHING. 
1 lySi see Garment. Gen. zzzvii. 29, &o. 
a D vd m. garments with foldings. 

3 ^'SOD m. a thick sort of doth. 

4 *ip m. see Itaim^nt, 

5 D^D fit. a garment; Ges., from Ti^^ to veil oneeelfl - 
8 HD^'K^ /. by transposition for the following. 

7 n?d\ff /. a garment for men or women, Deut. xxil 5; partioularly 
the broad robe of the Orientals, G^n. iz. 33, i Sam. 
zxi. 9, which served him also for his bed-covering, Deut 
xxii. 17. 

Nal not included. 



Gen.zzzviL84 




Dent. zzii. 17. 


7 


2King8viiil0. 
Nehrii.2L 




xliv. 18. 




xxix.6. 


8 




xlix.U. 




Josh.vii.6L 


7 


Jobix.8L 




Exod. xii. 84 




lSftm.iv.12. 


4 


lKl.iiL6,7. 




ziz.10,14. 




zzi». 


7 


Siek.zzfiL24 





OLOTHm 

1 nD!D to cover, conceaL Pual *paH, ^ n^^o m. oorering, 

dothing. 

2 b^'^S to gird, to clothe : part. pa9$» 

3 \SfJ? and 1^97 to put on dothes and annour ; to clothe ; to be 

dotlied. Figuratively, when anything lies very thick 
upon the surface of another ; as flesh clothed with wonns. 
Job vii. 5 ; pastures dothed with flocks, Ps. Ixv. 13 ; 
the heavens dothed with blackness, Isa. 1. 3 : to be 
dothed with majesty, honour, excdlency, is to be per- 
fect in them severally. Job xl. f o, Ps. xciiL i, dv. i : 
to be clothed with vengeance, is to be in every respect 
prepared to execute the most dreadful vengeanoe, Isa. 
lix. 17: to dothe, or to be dothed, with salvstioo, 
implies fbll possession of all the blessings of divine good- 
neas, a Chron. vi. 41, camp. GUL iii. 27: to put on, and 
to be dothed with righteousness, is to attend and adhere 
to it strictly, and to be filled with it ; the word is used 
in this twofold sense in Job xxix. 14 : to be dothed 
with shame and dishonour, is to be in the most shameful 
and dishonourable condition. KAL*pre<. ^i^f. ^fut. 
*paH. PoeL •part. PatlL Pual ^paH. BrfHSh'pret. 
^inf. ^fiU. ^part. t2) Ch,T*XL^fut. APH«L"piirf. 
B X6\:ih m. a garment, clothing. • mtiabn /. a gannent. 



Gen. iii. 21. 


8 i 


Pb.zzzv.26L 


80 


Jer. X. 9. 




Bxod. xl. 14. 


n 


zlv.18. 


8n 


EBdLviL87. 




Lev.viiL7. 


lzv.18. 


8a 


ix.2.8,11. 




2 Sam. L 24 


8k 


zcliil,l. 


Sa 


z.2,6,7. 




lOhron.zv.87. 


8 


eiv.l. 


8a 


zvi.10. 




zxi. 18. 


la 


olx. 18, 29. 


8c 


zxiii.6,12. 




2 Chron. vL 41. 


80 


oxxxlL 9. 


80 


zzvLlS. 




xviii. 9. 


8 f 


cxzxiiia^lS. 


li 






xxviii. 15. 


Sg 


Prov. xxUi 2L 


zxxviiL4. 




Bftth. iv. 2.« 


8n 


zxvii.28. 


8n 


xl v. 17. 




iv.4 


8h 


XXXL 21. 


8e 


I^an.v.7,18. 




Job vii 8. 


8a 


XXXL22.2B. 


8n 


V.29. 




viil22. 


8c 


Isa. xxii. 2L 


n 


Z.5. 




Z.11. 


8 i 


xxili.18. 


zii,6,7. 




zziv.7.18. 


8n 


zlix. 18. 


80 






xxii. 14. 


Sc 


L3. 


8 i 


2^'.m.8. 




ZXXL19. 


Sni 


liz.17. 


80 




xxxix. 19. 


8 i' 


IxLlO. 


Sg 


iii.4.^ 




Fs.zzzv.18. 


8n 


Jtr.iv.S8. 


So 


iiL6. 




• III. in dothingot 


/I W.aiidtoolotiM. 








OIiOUI). 









1 prn m. (see Lightning), bright douds. 

2 ^3 /. the hand : doudi seems to have no relation to the otha 

meanings of the word. Schultens renders the place more 
probably thus, "He covers both his hands with light- 
ning." Cooceius too gives nearly the same imim. Till. 
" He oovereth the light in his hands.** Our translatorB 
seem to have given the meaning of clouds to this word, 
from the idea that douds at their first rising are like a 
man's hand (i Kings xviii. 44) ; and then the paasage 
denotes the approach of rain. 

3 K^fe^ m. clouds or vapours lifted up into the dcy. 

4 2^V to be in a dark, cloudy state. Hiphil ^fiU. ^ &| con. 

darkness, a cloud, a thick doud. 

5 {3V m. a cloud; "doudy," lit. of doud: Gen. ix. 13, Ae. 

• }3j; Ch. m. W. «>n^;3l/. co/iert. clouds: Job iii 5, if. 
gathered tempest. Theodot evwvtpUu Ln. yt4f9 t, 
8 ^^8 m. a thick mist, dar]oiefl9; * d«rk doud. 



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pHK^ ». the oloadsy the heavens : in the former sense rain and 
thunder are ascribed to them. 



No. 5 not included. 



Jtld».T.4 


4b 


Job xxxriL 21. 


2 Sam. XX. 18. 


4b 


xxxviii.84. 


xxiii 4. 


4b 


xixviii 37. 


lKinf?sxviiL4it46. 4b^ 


Ps. xviiL 11. 12. 


Job iii 6. 


6b 


xxxvi. 5. 


M.e. 


4b 


Ivii. 10. 


MiLlS. 


6 


lxviii.34. 


xxii.14. 


4b 


Ixxvii. 17. 


xivi. 8, 8. 


4b, 5 


lxxviii.2S. 


ZXX.15. 


4b 


civ. a. 


zxzvi. 28. 


7 


cviii.4. 


xxivi ». 


4b 


cxlviLS. 


xxxvi. 82. 


2 


Prov. iii. 20. 


xxxvii.U.ll. 


4b.5 


viu.28. 


ZXXVU.16. 


4b 





7 

4b 
7 

4b 
7 
7 
7 

4b 
7 

4b 
7 

4b 
7 
7 



Prov. xvi; 15. 

XIV. 14 

Eocles. xi. 8k 4 

xiL8. 
Isa. V. 6. 

xiv.l4t 

xviii.4. 

xix. 1. 

XXV. 5. 

xUv.22,22. 

lx.8. 
Lam. ii. 1. 
Dan. vii. IB. 
Zech.x.1. 



4 b 

8 

4 b 

4b 

4b 

4b 

4b 

4b 

4b 

4b. 5 

4b 

4a 

6a. 

1 



OIiOUT; 
K/t3 to be spotted. Pual, to join a patch to a shoe : Tpari^ 
Josh. ix. 5. 
n^SriD /. ph "cast clouts;*' such as have been torn and rendered 
useless : Jer. xxzviii. 1 1, 1 3. 

CLUSTEB. 

^3C^ and 7bC^ m. strictly the stem or stalk on which berries 
or flowers grow in clusters, racemua, spoken of the vine 
and other similar plants; t. g. of the plant called by 
Arabians alhenna : Cant. i. 14 ; — a cluster of the alhennay 
ef the palm, or date tree; vii. 8, clusters (of dates); — 
of a vine-stem with flowers and unripe grapes, Gren. xl. 
10, lit. the unripe grapes ripened into ripe grapes. So 
the Latin racemm stands for unripe grapes. On account 
of this extended use of the word, in order to restrict its- 
meaning to clusters of the vine, it u followed sometimes 
by |DJn, or D'?^,: Gen. xl. 10: Num.xiii. 23, 24: Deut. 
xxxii. 32 : Cant. i. 14 ; vii. 7, 8 : Isa. lxv.8 : Micah viL i. 

COAXi. 

1 /vfTf /. burning coals ; or as kept in order to preserve fire ; put 

for the last bope or scion of a race or family. 

2 DHfi m. coal, charcoal ; also a burning coaL 

S nin fa. a stone which is heated in order to roast meat or bake 

'v V 

bread upon ; a cake baken on hot stones. * ^f 7'? /. a 
hot stone : Isa. vi. 6. Vulg. calcidtu. The Eabbins ex- 
plain this and the preceding word by, a hot or live coaL 
— Geseniut, 

4 ^Cn m. flame ; lightning ; fever, burning plague* 

5 ^^ns^ m. blackness. 

1 

2 



Lev. xvi 12. 




Prov. vi 28. 


1 


I8a.xlviil4. 


2 Sam. xiv. 7. 




XXV. 22. 


1 


fiv. 16. 


xxii. 9, 13. 




xxvi. 21, 21. 


ftl 


Lam.iv.8. 


1 Kings xix. 6. 
Job xR. 21. 




Cant viii. 6, 0. 
Isa. vi. e. 


4 
8a 


£zek.il8. 
X.2. 


Ps.xviiL8.12,18. 




xliv.12. 


2 


xxiv. 11. 


cxx.4 




xliv. 19. 


1 


Hab.iiL6. 


czLlO. 











COAST. 

1 7^31 TO. see Border: Exod. x. 4, *c. nj^ai/. id. 

2 H/Jvl /. the round or compass of a country. 

a 73n com. a plot, lot, or tract of land measured or laid out. 
4 ^in TO. coast or shore as washed by the sea. 
& T com, hand, side, coast, or border* 





Judgr. xi 26. 




Ezek. XXV. 16k 






xviii2. 




xxxiii. iL 


8a 


5.8a 


Jer. XXV. 82. 




xlviii 1. 1. 






xxxi.8. 




Joel ui. 4. 






L41. 




Zeph.ii6»6,7. 




1.1.8 











ft t^yyi /• side, hinder part ; remote regions, 

7 nSO /. high place ; any district whose situation is remarkably 

elevated and conspicuous. 

8 nvij /. end, extremity. • nsg m, utmost coast. 

1^0. 1 not included. 

Num. xiii 29. 

xxiv. 24. 

xxxiv. 8. 8. 
Josh. ix. L 

xii28. 

xix. 29. 29. ». 

COAT. 

Hito and HJJi^S /. a tunic, worn next the skin. Lev. xvi. 4, by men 
and women, 2 Sara. xiii. 18 : Cant. v. 3 ; chiefly by the 
priests and Levites. Exod. xxviiL 4 ; xxix. 5 : Neh. vii 
10, 72 ; generally with sleeves, to the knees, but sel- 
dom to the ancles, Gben. iii. 11, &c. 
7*^ m. see Robe, i Sam. ii. 19. 
fpH^D Ch. TO. pi. Dan. iiL 21, marg. 'or, mantles,' 27. But all 
the ancient versions apply the word to the wide Persian 
covering of the thighs and legs, with which original 
word the name in various languages still agrees. 
}t^*)C^ TO. coat of mail, probably so called from its glittering: 
I Sam. xvii. 5, 5, 38. 



vp^ 



>^\}m 



T : T 



OOOKATBIGB* 

m. a viper, so called &om its hissing ; perhaps with AquiL 
and Vulg. baailiscus regului, a small serpent of Africa, 
exceedingly venomous, which was also called tibilut: 
Isa. xiv. 29. 

TO. Isa. xi. 8, TOOvy. ' or, adder ;' lix. 5^ marg^ id, Jer. viii. 
17. 

COOKIiB. 

/. Job xxxi. 40, marg. 'or, noisome weeds ;' darnel is sup- 
posed to be meant, which very much resembles wheat; 
eomp. Matt, xiii 30. 

COGITATIOK. 

j^^jn Ch. TO. thought : Dan. vii 28^ 

GOFFEB, GOFFIIT. 

T1*1K TO. a box, chest, cofier, fixed to the side of a wagon: 

I Sam. vi. 8. xi, 15. 
fnH e. an ark, chest,^ bos, coffer, coffin. : Gen.. I. a6» 

GOLD. 

tfyh TO. see WirUer. Prov. xx. 4. 

n|V /. cold : Prov. xxv. 13. 

')J) cLdj, cold, cool : Prov. xxv. 15 : Jer. xviii h* "^^ ^- 
cold : Gen. viii 22. ^r?? /• cold : Job xxiv. 7; xxxvii 
9 : Ps. oxlvii 1 7 : Prov. xxv.. 20 : Nah. iii 1 7 : perhaps 
day or time of coolings 

COLLAR. 

fVlfi^P^ /• pi' perhaps pendants for the ears ; Ut. drops, of precious 
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Judg. Tiii. a6. 
n& «!• mouth ; mouth or collar of a garment : Job xzx. i8. 

COLLECTION. 

IlKb^ /. lifting up; gift, present; tribute; a tax or duty laid 
on aa a burden : 2 Chron. xxiv. 6, g. 

COLLBGB. 
n^fiSto fii. second place : 2 Kings xxii. 14, marg, ' or, in the second 
part/ i.e, of the city: 2 Chron. xxziv. 3 a. Targ. in 
domo doctrinal. The Rabbins derive this word firom 
n^^ i.q, Nj^ Ch. to teach : hence school or college of 
the prophets. 

COLLOP. 

TWB /. fat, &tneB8 : Job xv. a;. 

COLOUB. 

I KxD to patch ; to be patched or spotted with di£brent colours. 
KALi)ort. PaiiL 

t f Jf com. the eye ; the aspect, colour, or surface of an object. 

8 TfflB see Paint. Isa. Ht. i i, stones of paint, probably a more 
costly kind or species of marble, used in ornamenting 
buildings. 

4 D^pfi m. pi, pieces, so of various colours. O^DQ n3h3 was a 
tunic reaching to the palms of the hands and soles of 
the feet; the long. tunic with sleeves worn by young 
men and maidens of the better class ; in the case of 
Joseph, supposed by Bush, notes in loc., to have been 
the badge of the birthright which had been forfisited by 
Reuben and transferred to Joseph ; see x Chron. v. i. 
According to Braunius, De Yestitu Sacerdotum, an 
ornamented coat; a coat of distinction^ of different 
colours. 

6 ySV m. a dyeing, dyed garments. 

6 nDjTI /. work in colours, embroidery* 

2 
2 
1 
6 
2 

COLT. 
' {a m. a son : Gen. xxxii. 15 ; xlix. 11. 

Tp m. a foal or colt; an ass colt: Judg. x. 4; xli. 14: Job 
xi. la : Zech. ix. 9. 

COMB, TO CdMB. 

1 triK to take hold of. Kal prH, 

2 *rtnK i»i. latter time, future. •]^''ni* adj. following, futtire. 

8 nriK and KTIK to come, to come with speed, to approach* 
'EjiL^pret. ^imp. ^fut. ^part. Poel. Hiphil •imp. 
npji and H^H Ch. "P'Ahfpret. *inf. ^imp. *part. 

4 fcrt2l to go or come in, to enter; frequently opposed to H^;; to 
come, opposed to ^^ri; sometimes to go. The sense is 
very extensive. To come into, is to engage in an afB&ir ; 
X Sam. XXV. 26, "from comiog to shed blood," lit. from 



Oen.zzxvii8.28. 




?SMn.zlU.18,19. 




Bzek.viiL2. 


zzzvii. 88. 




1 Chron. zziz. 2. 




x.9. 


Lev. ziii. 86. 




Prov. xxiii. 81. 




zvi.16. 


Num. zi. 7. 7. 




Isa. Uv. 11. 




zvii8. 


Judg. V. 80. 80, 80. 




Bsek. 1.4^7.16, 22, 27. 




Dan.z.e. 



6 


1? 


6 


1| 


7 


n'? 


8 


m 





Tpn 


10 


i?^ 


11 


^Bn 


12 


pyr 


13 


n: 


14 


3n^ 



18 









19 11^ 



coming into bloods, i. e. from engaging in bloody work. 
Ps. Ixxi. x6, I will go, enter upon this work, in the 
strength of the Lord. The going out and ooming in, 
is the doing or carrying on of business, going aboat the 
afl&drs of life. To come, is sometunes to oome home, to 
come as to a dwellingplace or residenoe : i Sam. xL 5 : 
Ps. xlv. 15 : Prov. ii. 10 : Isa. xxiiL i. To go or come 
with persons, is to enter into society, friendship, &mi- 
liarity, or commerce with them. To come into one's 
use and service: Exod. xxiL 15. To come unto a 
teacher for instruction: Ezek. xxxiii. 31. To oome 
unto God, is to come to his worship and service, ftc. 
God Cometh unto us to bless us and to dwell with vol 
So mercy, good, oome unto us, to continue with us. 
To come before, or to be brought before a person, 
denotes acoepta&ce and favour : Job xiiL 16 : Ps. xlv. 
X4. To come into any blessing, is to have a part in it: 
Ps. Ixix. 37. To come in a hostile or distreenng man- 
ner. To come unto, to cbme after, are used in miiTriiig 
comparisons : a Sam. xxiiL 19 : Eccles. ii la. With imf. 
indeed, surely to pass, doubtless, certainly, come. Kal 
•prrt. ^irrf. ^imp. ^fut. •pari. PoeL HiPHiL ^pret, 
tin/. I'N^ip com. entering, entrance. iM^^D ir. uL a 
word irregularly formed, so as to have a resemblance to 
MS^O occurring in the same passages, by paronomasia. 

m. son. 

m, a troop: Gen. xxx. 11, "a troop oometh," lit, in * 
troop, according to I>n3, but np has 19 H^ a troop hss 
oome. 

or TO to sally forth. KAL^fvt UlFEiL^parL 

to tread upon, to walk, to come. Kal prtL 

Ch. togo. ^ALfut, 

to walk, to go, &c. Eal •pret, ^inf, «/W. ^part. Pod. 

to turn. NiPHALpref. 

s6e OaiJuT, NiPHALjprrt. 

to know. Kal pret. 

to supply, or contribute joint endeavours where advice sr 
assistance is wanting. See Give, Hence in the impera- 
tive an inteijection of encouragement or excitation, 
which we translate well enough, go to, oome on ; bat 
in its strict original propriety it imports, supply, give 
your assistance, join heart and hand. Kal imp, 

to bear, to be bom. Niphal /Wt. 

to go, to walk ; to go to, to come, &c. The imperative 
is often used as an adverb of exhorting, excitiog, enooo- 
raging^ inviting, advising ; come, oome on. Kal * imp. 
^fut, 

to add ; to do a thing again ; to come again. Kal ^preL 
^fut. 

to go out, to come out, to depart. Kal ^pret. ^taf. 
of'mp. ^fut. •paH.Toel. 'M*?; ac^j, «H^^o m. ^r^fs/. 
excrement. * D^msm^ m. pi. o&pring. 

to go down, to come down from a higher to a lower place. 
God comes down, when he reveals or manifests himself 
in some tokens of his presence or opexation. Kal 



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^preL ^ifif. ''imp. ^fvt, •pari.Toel With tt^f. indeed 
come. HiPHiL 'pret. «/»*. 

20 t^?^ to put on, to clothe. Kal pret, 

21 *)nO to-morrow ; time to come ; Heb. day of to-morrow ; or, 

T T 

to-morrow. 
28 KDD Ch. to reach. T^ALpreL 
23 KyO to find, to come upon. Kal *prd. ^ffU. Niphal ^pari. 

HiPHIL "^fut, 

84 Vi^ (8«o Touch) to reach to, to extend ta Kal ^pret, ^fut, 

HiPHiL ^pra. ^ inf. •fut. *part. 

85 ^i^ to be close together; to adyance, to approach near to. 

Kal*»»/. »>Mnp. ^ftU, Niphal *i pre<. 'part, Htphtt « 
ffut. 
nrU to come down, as a stroke, a violent hand, threats and 
punishments ; and so to make an impression in a hostile 
manner upon a place or people. Kal ^fut. Hiphil 
^imp. nna ch. P'al ^part. «* nnj a<^". a comin^p down. 
pM Ch. to go forth. P'al ^pret. ^imp. «part* 
{TU to give. KALfut. It appears to be used impersonally, 
there cometh or ariseth, or one causeth. 
89 32D to encompass, to come round about. Kal *prei. Hiphil 

^prei. 
30 p^D Ch. to mount up. P'al •pre*. ^ part, ctctivc P'iL«j)rrt. 

81 ^3y to pass over. Kal * prti. ^ inf. « imp. ^fiU. 'pari. Poel. 

82 twV to ascend, to go up, to come up: a king marching to 

attack another is said to go or come up against him : 
a Chron. xxzvi. 6. Growth of vegetables is expressed by 
ascending or coming up : Jonah iv. 6. Flesh cometh up 
or groweth upon bones: Ezek. xxxvii.8. Wrath ariseth 
or starteth up in the mind : Ps. Ixxviii. 3i. A thought 
cometh up into the mind: Jer. vii. 31. When people 
are talked of in a reproachful way, they are said to 
come upon the lip or tongue : Ezek. xxxvi. 3. Garments 
cover, ascend, or come upon a person : Lev. xix. 19. A 
lot cometh up upon a person or thing: Josh. xix. 10. 
The smell of putrid bodies ascendeth or cometh up, 
when it infecteth the air : Joel ii. 20, 20. A shock of 
com ascendeth, when it is cut down and afterwards 
taken from the earth and stacked ; so metaph. a body 
ascendeth when it is carried and laid in the high tombs 
used by the ancients, either as built high or cut out of 
high rocks. Kal ^pret. *> inf. • imp. ^fut. • part. Poel. 
Hiphil fpret. ^imf. ^imp. »/«<. ^paH. »nbyo /. a 
going up. 

83 7?}^ Ch. to go in, to enten Pal ^pret. ^part. 

84 nbV to do ; to be done, to come to pass. Niphal /u<« 

85 l^ny Oifjy. ready, prepared. 

80 y^B to strike upon or against ; to fall upon, to light upon ; to 

reach unto. Kal *jprrf. Hiphil ^part, 
87 n3B to turn. Kal inf. 
38 JHB to break forth. Kal inf. 

80 HTV to go over or through; to come upon suddenly. Kal 
^pret. ^fut. 

SO tnj> to prevent, to come before. Pul/u^. 



41 nS^pJjl /. circuit, as of the gun ; hence the commg ^u^ oc 

return of seasons, lapse of time. 

42 K"^? to encounter, to meet. Kal ^prct. ^ir^. ^part. PoeL 

Hiphil V«*- * 

43 T}p to come near, to approach. Kal* pret. ^mf. «imp. ^fut. 

Hiphil 'pret. *fui. sa^J adj. anj Ch. P'al »» pr«<. ^inf. 
k 2^15 adj. 

44 nnp to meet, to befall, to happen. Kal •ffU. NiPHAL ^fvL 
46 hy] /. foot. 

46 ^,^!^ m. that which is cast forth at birth ; young, ofl^ring. 



47 2W to return, come again. 
•paH. Poel. 



Kal ^preL »>h^. «fmp. ^fut. 



Gen. vi. 4, 20. 
vi. 18, 18. 
vii. 1. 
vui. 11. 
x.14. 
X. 19. 
xi.5. 
xi. 81. 
xii. 6. 
xii. 11. 
xii. 14. 
xiii. 10. 
xilLlS. 
xiv. 6. 
xiv. 7. 18. 
XV. 4, 14. 
XV. 11. 
XV. 16. 
xvi. 8. 
xvii. 6. 
xviii. 6. 
xviii. 21. 
xix.l. 
xix. 6, 8. 
xix. 9, 9. 
xix. 22. 31. 
xix. 32. 
XI. 8. 18. 
XX. 4. 
xxii. 6. 
xxii. 9. 
xxiii. 2. 
xxiv. 6. 



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4a 
4c 
4d 

18 a 
4b 

19 d 
4d 
4d 

48e 

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4b 

4d 

4a 

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47d 

4a 

18 d 

81 a 

4e 

4d 

4a 

4a, 26 

4b 

16 a 

4d 

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47d 

4d 

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xxiv. 13, 16, 48, 46. 18 e 
xxiv. 16. 82 d 

xxiv. 30, 82, 41. 48. 4d 



xxiv. 31. 
xxiv. 62. 
xxiv. 63. 
XXV. 26. 
XXV. 26. 
XXV. 29. 
xxvi. 27. 
xxvi. 82. 
xxvii. 18, 88. 
xxviL 21. 26. 
xxvii. 27. 
xxvii. 30. 85. 
xxviii. 21. 
xxix. 1. 
xxix. 6. 
xxix. 9. 
XXX. 11. 
XXX. 16, 16. 
XXX. 80. 
XXX. 33, 88. 
XXX. 38. 88. 
xxxi. 24. 
xxxi. 44. 
xxxii. 6, 6. 
xxxii. 8, 11. 
xxxii. 13. 
xxxiii. 1. 
xxxiii. 8. 
xxxiii. 6. 
xxxiii. 7. 7. 
xxxiii. 14. 
xxxiii. 18. 18. 
xxxiv. 6. 
xxxiv. 7, 27. 
xxxiv. 20. 25. 
XXXV. 6^27. 



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18 d 


viii.20. 


xxxvii. 10. 


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xxxviL 18, 20, 87. 


16 a 


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xxxviLU. 


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xxxvii. 28. 


4a 


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xxxviiL 16, 16, 1& 


4d 


xii. 28. 


xxxviu. 28. 29, 80. 


18 a 


xiL25. 


xxxix. 14, 17. 


4a 


xii. 48. 


xxxix.ia 


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xl.6. 


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xiii. 8. 


22,27. 


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xii. 14, 60. 


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xiii. 14. 


xlL 29, 85. 


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xiv. 20, 80. 
xiv. 26. 


xii. 64. 


4b 


xii. 67. 


4a 


xiv. 28. 


xliL 6. 5. 


4de 


XV. 28, 27. 


xliL6v89. 


4d 


xvi. 1,88. 


xlii.7.M0,1^8L 


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xlii. 16. 


4b 


xvi.18. 


xliu. 19. 


850 


xvi. 85, 85. 


xliii. 20. 


19 b a 


xvil6. 


xliiL 21. 


4a 


xvii. 8. 


xliii. 26. 


4b 


xviu.6,7,ia. 


xliii. 26. 


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xviii. 6. 16w 


xliv. 14. 


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xliv.lB. 


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xix.1. 


xliv. 22. 


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xix. a, 7. 


xliv. 24. 


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xix. 9. 


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xix.ll,.8». 


xliv. 34 


88b 


xix. 18. 


xiv. 4, 4. 


86bo 


xix. 15. 


xiv. 9. 


19 


xix. 22. 


xiv. 16, 19. 


4a 


xix. 28. 


xiv. 18. ' 


40 


xix.24,24. 


xiv. 25. 


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XX. 20. 


xlvi.l,6,B8. 


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XX. 24. 


xlvi. 8. 


4 e 


xxi.8. 


xlvL 26, 26. 4 e^ 18 e 


xxii 9. 


xlvL27. 


4e 


xxii. 16. 


xlvi 81. 


4a 


xxiii. 15. • 


xlvii. 1, 1. 


4da 


xxiii 27. 


xlvii. 4, 6. 


4a 


xxiv. 1, 12. 


xlvii. 15. 18. 


4d 


xxiv. 2, t 


xlviii. 2. 


4e 


xxiv. 8. 


xlviii5.7.7. 


4b 


xxiv. 14, 14. 


xlix. S, 10. 


4d 


XXV. 32,88. 


1.5. 


«7d 


xxviii. 85. 


1.10. 


4d 


xxviii. 48, 48. 


Exod. i 1. 1. 


4ea 


xxix. 80. 


1.5. 


18 e 


XXX. 20. 


1.10. 


14 


xxxiii. 


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xxxii 19. 


ii.6. 


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xxxii. 24 


ii. 16, 17. 


4d 


Xixiu. 6. 


ii.18,18. 


4db 


xxxiv. 2. 


ii.28. 


82 d 


xxxiv. 3. 


iii.l. 


4d 


xxxiv. 18. 


iiL8. 


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xxxiv. 29, 29. 


iiL9,18. 


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xxxiv. 30. 


iii. 10. 


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xxxiv. 32. 


iiil8. 


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xxxiv. 34, 34. 


iv.14. 


18 e 


XXXV. 10, 21, S 


V.16. 


4d 


xxxvi. 2. 


V.20. 


18 b 


xxxvi. 4. 


V. 23. 


4a 


xl.32. 


vii. 16. 


42b 


Lev.ix.22. 


vui. 8. 


4a 


ix. 23,24. 


viiL4^«. 


S2d 


X.8. 



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zii.4. 
zilLie. 
xiv.8,84 
xi^. 36. 44 
ziv. 89. 
xiv.43. 
ziv. 48. 
XV. 14. 

xvi. 2. 8, 26» 28. 
xvi.l7. 
xvi. 28. 
xvi 24, 
xix. 19. 
xix.28. 
xxL 21, 21, 28. 
xxiiL lO. 
XXV. 2. 
XXV. 28. 
XXV. 25. 
Kum. L 1. 
161. 

iii. 10. 88. 
iv.6. 
iv.l6. 
iv.47. 
V. 14, 14. 
v. 80. 
Ti.6. 
vi.6. 
viii. im 
ix.l. 
ix.6. 
X.21. 
X.29. 
xi. 17. 
li.20,2(L 
xi.28. 
xi26. 

xiL4 4 ' 

zii 6, 6. 19 
xii. 12. 
xiii 21. 
zui22.28»^ 
xiii. 27. 
xtv.SQ. 
xiv.46. 
XV. 2. 
XV. 18. 
xvi. 6, 5. 
xvi 12, 14 
Zvi27. 86. 
xvi. 40. 
xvi. 48. 
xvii 18. a 
xviii 8,482. 
xviii.7. 
xix. 2. 
xix. 7. 
xix. 14 
XX, 1.22. 
XX. 6. 

XX. 11. 18» 20. 
XX. 28. 
xxil. 
xxi7,2a. 
xxi.18. 
xxi27. 
xzii 6. 
xiii 6. 17. 
xxii. 7. 9, 89. 
xxiill.lL 18 
xxiil4 
xxii 16, 16. 4 
xxii20, 20. 
xxii 86. 
xxii. 87. 
xxii. 88. 
xxiii8. 

xxiii7.7.U^27. 
xxiii. 17. 
xxiv. 14 
xxiv. 17. 
XXV. 6. 
xxvii. 1. 
xxvii21. 
xxxi. 14 
xxxi24 
xxxi 48. 
xxxii. 2. 
xxxiill. 
xxxil. 16. 
xxxiii. 9. 
xxxiii88. 
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82d 


4d 


260 


4d 


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«K 


4a 


4d 


4e 


81a 


81 d 


aid 


4d 


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18b 


48d 


4b 


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19 a 


18da 


44a 


19d 


18cd 


d.l8d 


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4b 


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4d 


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48d 


48k 


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Num. xxxiv. 2. 4 e 

XXXV. 10. 81 e 

XXXV. 26, 26. 18 b d 

xxxy.32. 47 d 

xxxvi 1. 48 d 

Deut. i 19. 24 4 d 

i 20. 4 a 
122,22. 48d.4d 

1 81. 4 b 

1 44. 18 d 
il 14 14 10 a» 81 a 

ii 19. 87. 43 a 

ii 23. 18 e 

ii. 82. 18 d 

iiil. 18d 

iv. 11. 48 d 

iv. 80. 28 a 

iv. 46. 46. 18 b 

V. 23. 48 d 

vi 10. 21 

ix.7. 4b 

ix. 16. 19 d 

X. 1. 82 

X.6. 19d 

xi6. 4 b 

xi 10. 18 a 

xii 6. 9. 4 a 

xiii2. 4a 

xiv. 29. 4 a 

XV. 19. 16 

xvi 8. 8. 18 a b 

xvi 6. 18 b 

xvii 9. 4 a 

xvii 14 4d 

xviii6,6L 4da 

xviii9, 4 e 

xviii22. 4d 

XX.2. 48b 

XX. 10. 48 d 

xxi2. 18 a 

Kxi 6. 26 d 

xxii. 14 48 d 

xxiii 4 18 b 
xxiii. 10. 24 25. 4 d 

xxiii. 11. 11. 87, 4 d 

xxiii 18. 18 h 

xxiv. 9. 18 b 

X^. 1, 9. 26 d 

XIV. 17. 18 b 

xxvi. 1. 4 d 

zivi. 8. 4 a 

zivii. 12. 81 b 
xxviii 2. 16, 4i. 4 a 

xiviii. 6, 19. 4 b 

xxviii 7. 18 d 

xiviii. 24 48. 19 d 

xxviii 62. 19 b 

xiviii 67. 18 e 
ziii.7.7. 4d,18d 

xxii. 16. . 31 a 

xxii. 22, 22. 2 a, 4 d 

m. 1. 4 d 

mi. 2, U. 4 b 

xxii. 17. 28 a 

xnii. 17. 4 a 

xxxii. 85. 86 

xxiii. 4A. 4 d 

xxxiii 2, 2, 4 a^ 3 a 

xniii 16. 4 d 

miii. 2L 3 o 

Josh. ii. 1. 22, 28. 4 d 

ii. 2. 4. 4 a 

ii. 8, 8. 4 e a 

118. 82 a 

ii. 10. 18 b 

ii 18. 4 e 

iiil. 4d 

iU.4 43 b 

iii. 8. 15. 4 b 

iii 9. 26 b 

•iu. IS, 16^ 16. 19 e 

iv. 6, 21. 21 

iv. 16. 82 d 

iv. 17. 82 

iv. 18. 82 b 

iv. 19. 82 a 

iv. 22. 31 a 

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V. 6, 6. 18 e b 

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xiv. 11. 


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xvii. 4 


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xviU. 4 9. 


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iviii. 8. 


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19 a 


xix. 1, 24 


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xix. 10. 


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18 a 


XX. 6. 


4a 


xxi. 1. 


260 


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1x146. 


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xxii. 10, 16. 


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xxii. 24 27. 28. 21 


xxiii. 7. 


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xxiii. 14 16. 


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114 


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184 


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iii. 27. 


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iv.20. 


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iv.22,2^22. 18d.l6^ 


v. 14 


19 a 


v. 19. 28. 


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V.28. 


4b 


vi.8.8. 


82a 


vi.4 


4b 


vi.6, 5. 


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vill. 


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20 


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viii.415. 


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ii. 10, 12. 14 


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ii. 16. 16. 


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ix. 26. 52, 57. 


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ii.86. 


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ii.87,87. 


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xiii 8, 9,11,12,17. 4d 


xiii. 10. 


4a 


xiii. 14 


18d 


xiv. 2. 


82d 


xiv. 6. 


4d 


xiv. 6, 19. 


89b 


xiv. 9. 


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xiv. 14 14 


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XV. 6. 


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XV. 10. 10. 


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XV. 12. 


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XV. 14 14 


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XVI. 17. 82 a 
xvi. 18. 18. 82 a 

xvi 31. 19 d 

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xviii. 17. 4 a 

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xix. 10. 17, 26k 29. 4 d 

xii. 11, 13. 16 a 

xix. 16, 22; 28. 4a 

xii. 30. 82 b 

XI. 4 4 a 

iz. 10. 4 b 

XI. 21. 18 d 

II. 21. 48 d 

II. 26. 84 4 d 

II. 83. 7 b 

II. 41. 24 a 
11.46.48. 
1112.22. 
iii. 6, 6. 
1118,8. 
Hi 14 
iii.21,21. 

Buth i. 2. 



i. 19, 19. 
122. 
ii.8.7. 
ii.4 
ii.6. 
ii.lX. 
ii.l?. 
ii.l4 
iii. 7, 16. 
ill 14 
iv.l. 
iv.8. 
iv. 11. 
1 Sam. 1 11. 
119. 
120. 
iiS. 

ii. 18, 16. 
u. 14 81. 
ii.l9. 

ii. 27. 84 86. 
iii. 10. 

iv.8, 8. 12, 14 
iv.6. 
iv. 6. 7. 
iv. 13. 18. 
iv. 16. 
iv. 19. 
V.6. 
V. 10. 
vi. 7. 
vi. 14 
vi. 21. 
vill. 
vii. 13.^ 
viii. 4. 
ii.6,6. 
ii.6. 
ii. 9. 10. 
ii.12,16. 
ii. 13, 18, 16. 



4d 

82a 

82 a, 4 a 

47d 

18da 

4d 

4b 

4a 

4d 

4e 

47a 

16 b 

4a 

26b 

4d 

4a 

816 

47a 
4e 

82d 
4d 
41 

18 d 
4a 
46 

82 b 
4d 
4d 
4d 
4b 
4a 
4d6 

46 

11 

46 

4b 
82 a 
4e 

19 c 
4d 
4b 
4d 

4% 16 a 

4bd 

16 a 

4a 

4b 



ii.1414 46^18 6 
ii. 26. 19 d 

1. 8, 28. 4 a 

x.6.6^6. 4d,4b,19e 
X.6. 39 a 

X. 7. 9, 18,14 4d 



x.8,8. 

X. 10, 10. 

x. 20. 21. 

111. 

xiS. 

xi.411« 

ii.6. 

Ii.6. 

Ii. 7. 7. 

ii.9, 8. 

ii.lO. 

iil4 

Iii 8, 12. 

iiii.6. 

liii. 8, IL 

iiii.lO. 

iiii.12. 

iiil 17. 

liv. 1. 6. 

iiv.9. 

xiv. 10. 12, 12. 



19 6, 4 b 

4d,89b 

43 f 

82 d 

18 a 

4d 

4a 

89b 

18ed 

4ed 

18 d 

16 a 

4a 

82 d 

4a 

4e 

19d 

18 d 

16 a 

24d 

820 



1 Sam. ziv. 11. 18 e 

xiv. 20, 26. 4d 

xiv. 25. 4 a 

XV. 2, 6. 82 b 

IV. 5, 18. 4 d 

XV. 7. 4 b 

XV. 12. 4 a 

IV. 82. 16 b 

IV. 85. 17 a 
xvi 2, 6. 6. 4 a 
XV1444 4d,42b.4b 
ivi 6, 11. 4 b 
ivilS. 89b 
ivi. 21. 4 d 
ivii 8. 8. 18 d, 19 d 
ivii. 20, 22. 4 d 
xyil 23. 26,25. 82 6 
xvii 28, 28. 19 a 
xvii 84 4 a 
xvii41.y 16b,10d 
xvii. 48, 46, 46. 4 e 
xvii. 44 16 a 
ivii 48. 16 b 
xvii 62. 4 b 
xviii. 6. 6. 4b,18d 
xviii 10. 80 b 
xviii 13. 4d 
xviii. 16. 4 e 
xii. 16, 18, 22. 4 d 
iii.2S. 4 b 
XX. 1. 37, 88. 4 d 
XI.9. 4b 
II. 11. 16 a 
II. 19, 27, 29. 4 a 
XX. 2L 4o 
Hi 1, 15. 4 d 
Hi. 6. 18 b 
iiii. 8. 18 d 
iiii. 6, 11. 4 d 
nil 9. 4 6 
iiiii. 8. 16 b 
uiii 6. 19 a 
xxiii 7. 4 a 
xiiii 10. 4 b 
xxiii 11, 11, 25. 19 d 
xiiil 16. 18 a 
xiiii. 19. 82 d 
uiii 20, 20. 19 b 
xiiiiSS. 47 a 
xiiii 27. 27. 4 a, 16 a 
iiiv. 8. 4 d 
xxiv. 14 18 a 
iiv.8,8.a 4 a. 28 b 
uv. 9. 12, 84 86k 40. 4d 
HV. 19. 4 6 
IIV.20. 20. 19 « 
ixv. 26, 88. 4 b 
zzvl 1, 6. 7, 10. 4 d 
zivi 3, 4 16. 4 a 
Hvi. 20. 18 a 
Hvi. 22. 81 d 
Hvii 9. 4 d 
nviii 4 8» 21. 4 d 
xiviii. 14 4t2 6 
iiii.6,6. 4b 
xxii. 10. 4 a 
XXX. 1. 4 b 
HI. 8. 9, 26. 4 d 
XH. 12. 47 d 
XH. 21, 2L 4 d, 26 
XH. 28. 4 e 
xh147,8,12. 4d 

2 Sam. 1 2, 2. 4 e b 

18. 4d 

19. 1 
ii.429. 4d 
ii23.2S. 18d.4e 
ii.24 4 a 
iii 18. 4 b 
iii 20. 86. 4 d 
iii. 22. 4 6 
iii28.28. 4a 
iil2424 4d6 
iii.26,25. 4ahi 
iii. 26. 18 d 
iv. 4. 4 b 
iv. 6. 7. 4 d 
iv. 6. 4 a 
v. 1,3. 6. 4 8, 20. 4d 

V. 18. 25. 4 b 
V. 17. 82 d 
V. 18. 28. 4 a 
V. 22.« 82 b 
vi.6,9. 4d 
V116. 4 6 



2 Sam. vi 20. 18 d 

viii. 6. 4 d 

ix.6. 4d 

x.2.141417. 4d 

X. 8. 18 d 
1. 11. 10 a 
ii.47.22. 4d 
xi 10. 4 e 
xi. 23. 18 d 
xii 1. 20. 20. 4 d 
iii. 444 4d6e 
Iiii 6.6. 4a d 
Iiii. 6. 6, 24 4 d 
Iiii. 11. 4 c 
lui. 30, 85, 86. 4 a 
iiii. 84 10 d 
liv. 8, 16. 4 a 
liv. 29. 29. 4 b 
liv. 31, 83. 88. 4 d 
liv. 32. 32. 4 a 
XV. 2. 20. 28. 4 b 
IV. 4 6k 18k 87, 37. 4d 
IV. 5. 48 b 
IV. 18, 82. 4 a 
ivi. 6, 6, 6k 

6. 4a»18e6b 

xvi 7, 7. 18 o 

xvi. 11. 18 a 

xvi. 14 4 d 

xvi. 15, 16. 4 a 
xvii 2, 6, 18k 20. 4d 

xvii. 12, 24 4 a 

xvii. 17, 27. 4 b 

xvii 21. 82 d 

xviii 4 18 a 
xviu. 25.; 16 b, 10 b 

xviii 27. 4d 

xviii. 81. 4 e 

xii. 6, 8. 4d 
lii. 11. 20, 26. 80. 4 a 

xii. 15. 15. 4 da 

iii.16. 19 d 

lii. 18. 81 b 
iii.24,24 19a.4a 

xix. 81. 19 a 

' xix. 33. 81 

xii. 39. 81 a 

xix. 41. 4 e 

H.8.15. 4d 

XI. 12. 4 6 
H. 16. 48 o 
H. 17. 48 d 
xxii. 10. 19 d 
xiiii 18. 4d 
Hiv.6,6,7,8kl8, 

IS. 18. 4d 

liiv. 20. 81 6 

Hiv. 21. 4 a 

1 Kings 1 12. 16 a 
114 23,28,82168. 4d 

1 22. 47. 4 a 
i. 35. 35. 88 a. 4 a 

i. 40. 40. 32 d 

142,42. 4oa 

ii. 7. 43 a 

ii. 8. 19 a 

il 18, 18. 4 b d 

ii. 28. 4 a 
ii. 80, 80. 4 d, 18 o 

ii. 41. 47 d 

iu. 7. 4 b 

iii. 16. 16. 4 d 

iv. 27. 48 ff 

iv. 34 4 d 

vi 1. 18 b 

vii. 14 4d 

viii 8. 4 d 

viii. 9, 10. 18 b 

viii. 19. 18 6 
viii. 81.1} 41, 42. 4 a 

ii. 12. 18 d 

ii. 24 82 a 

ii.28. 4d 

1. 1. 2. 2. 22. 4 d 

x.7,10,12kl4 4a 

X. 29. 82 d 

xi 2, 18k 18. 4 d 

xii. 1. 4 a 

xii. 8i 8L 4 d 

xii. 5. 47 o 
xii. 12, 12. 4 d, 47 o 

xU. 20. 47 a 
xiiil.l0,12kl421. 4a 

xii^iL 4 

xiiloTiV^ 10» 



Digitized by 



Gooffle 



LEXICON AND CONCORDANCE. 



85 



1 Kings xiii. 11,2s, 29. 4d 
xiii. 16. 16 a 
xiii. 22, 22. 47 d, 4 d 
xiv.4,13. 4d 
xiv.5.5. 4eb 
xiv. e. e. 4 e 
xiv.17,17. 4de 
iXv. 25. S2 a 
XV. 17. 4 e 
XV. 19. 16 a 
xvii. 10. 4 d 
xvii. 18. 4 a 
xvii. 21. 22. 47 d 
xviii. 12. 4 a 
XViii. 21. 86. 25 c 
xviii. 80. 80. 86 b 
xix.S.^9. 4d 
xix. 7. 47 d 
xix. 16. 4 a 
XX. 6. 47 d 
XX. 13. 25 d 
XX. 17. 18. 18, 19. 18 a 
XX. 22. 22. 25 0, 82 e 
XX. 28. 26 c 
XX. 30. 82, 48. 4 d 
XX. 83, S3. 18 d« 82 i 
zxi. 4^ 5. 18. 4 d 
xxii. 2. 19 d 
xxii. 16. 4 d 
xxH. 21. 18 d 
xxiL27. 4 b 

2 Kings i.^ 10,1(1 12^ 

12. 16. 19 d 

i.6.6. 82a. 19 d 

i7. 32 a 

i 9. 11. 19 c 

i. 13. 4 d 

i. 14. 19 a 

ii. 3. 24. 18 d 

ii.4.16. 4d 

ii. 5. 26 

ii. 18. 47 d 

ii. 23. 18 a 

iii.20. 4e 

iii. 21. 82 a 

iil.24. 4d 

iv. 1, 4 4 a 
iv. 7. 11, 25, 821 86, 

89. 4d 

iv. 10. 4 b 

iv. 22. 47 d 

iv.27.27. 4d,25c 

iv. 38. 47 a 

iv. 42. 4 e 

V.6. 4b 

V. 8, 9. 16, 24. 4 d 

V. 10, 14. 47 d 

V. 11. 18 b d 

y. 13. 26 

V.22. 4 a 

vi. 4^ 14. 4 d 

vi. 9. 26 d 

vi.l8. 19 d 

vi. 20. 4 b 

vi.23.tf* 4 b 

vi. 32, 82. 4 d b 

vi. 83. 19 e 

vii. 4. 16 a 

vii. 5. 4 d 

viL6. 4b 

vii.8,8. 4d,47d 

vii. 9. 9. 28 a, 16 a 

vii. 10, 10. 4 d a 

viL 12. 18 d 

viL 17. 19 b 

viii. 1. 4 a 

viiL 7, 7. 4 d a 

viii. 9, 14. 4 d 

ix. 2. 4 a 

ix. 6, 19, 80^ 84. 4d 

ix.11.11. I8a,4a 

ix. 16. 19 a 

ix. 17. 4 b 

ix.18,18. 4a, 47 a 

ix.20,20. 4m 47 a 

ix. 86. 47 d 

x.2,7. 4b 

X.6. 4o 

X. 8. 17. 4 d 

X. 12. 16 b 

X. 16. 16 a 

X. 21. 21, SL 4 d a d 

z. 25. 18 d 

zi. 8, 8. 4 e b 

zL9;9. 4ed 



2KingsxLl9,19L 4d 

xi.16.1 4h 

xii. 4. 10. 82 d 

xU. 9. 4 b 

xiii. 14. 19 d 

xiii. 20. 4e 

xiv. 8. 16 a 

xiv. 13. 4 d 

XV. 14. 4 d 

XV. 19, 29. 4 a 

xvi5. 82 d 

xvi. 6. 4 a 

xvi. 7. 82 c 

xvi. 11. 4 b 

xvi. 12. 4 d 
xvii. 3. . 82 a 

xvii. 6. 82 d 

xvii. 28. 4 d 
xviil 9, 13, 26. 82 a 
xviii. 17, 17. 

17. 4d,82d.4d 

xviii. 18. 18 d 

xviii. 31. 18 

xviii. 32. 4 b 

xviU. 37. 4 d 

xix. 8. 4 a 

xix. 5, 38» 88. 4 d 

xix. 9. 18 a 

xix. 23. 82 a 

xix. 27. 4 b 
xix. 28, 28. 82 a, 4 a 
xix. 32, 82. 4 d, 40 

XX. 1. 4 d 
XX.HH14. 4dda 

XX. 17. 4 e 

xxil5. 18 a 

xxii. 9. 4 d 

xxiii. 9. 82 d 

xxiii. 17, 18. 4 a 

xxiiL34. 4d 

xxiv. i. 10. 82 a 

xxiv. 7.« 18 b 

xxiv. 11. 4 d 

XXV. 1, 8, 26. 4 a 

XXV. 28, 26. 4 d 

1 Chron. i. 12. 18 a 
ii. 53. 18 a 
ii. 66. 4 e 
iv.41. 4d 
vii. 21. 19 a 
vii. 22. 4 d 
ix.22. 4d 
ix. 25. 4 b 
x.4.7,8. 4d 
xi8,5. 4d 
xiLl. 4 e 
xiLl&82. 4d 
xiLl7,23,88. 4a 
xiLl8. 20 
XU. 19, 81. 4 b 
xiii. 9. 4 d 
xiv. 9. 14. 4 a 
xiv. IL 82 d 
XV. 29. 4 a 
xvi 29. 4 o 
xvi. 83. 4 a 
xvii. 16. 4 d 
xviii 5. 4d 
xix. 2, 7, 7, 16, 17. 4d 
xix.8. 4 a 
xix.9,9. 18d,4a 
XX. 1. 4d 
xxi4^11,21. 4d 
xxiv. 7. 18 d 
xxiv. 19. 4 b 
XXV. 9. 18 d 
xxvi 14. 18 d 
xxvii 1. 4 e 

2 Chron. i 10, 18. 4d 
V.4. 4d 
v.10,11. 18 b 
vi. 9. 18 e 
vi22,82,88. 4a 
ViiL 19 a 
vii8. 19b 
viilL 4 e 
viii 11. 4 a 
ix. 1, 1. 2L 4 d 
ix.6.18. 4a 
x.1. 4 a 
X.8. 4d 
X.6. 47 
X.12.12L 4d,47o 
xil. 4d 
xLl4. 16b 



2 Chron. xi 16. 4 a 

XU. 2. 82 a 

xii 3. 6, 11. 4 a 

xii4. 4d 

xii. 9. 82 d 

xiii. 9. 4 e 
xiii 13. 29 b, 4 b 
xiv. 9, 9. 18 d, 4 d 

XV. 5. 4 e 
xvi. 1. 1. 82 a, 4 e 

xvi. 7. 4 a 

xviii. 14. 4 d 

xviii 20. 18 d 

xviii 23. . 25 

xix. 10. 4 d 

XX. 1, 4, 24. 4 a 

xx.2,2. 4de 

XX. 9. 25, 28. 4 d 

XX. 10. IL 4 b 

XX. 12. 22. 4 e 

XX. 16. 82 e 

xxi.12. 4d 

xxi 17. 82 d 

xxiii. 4 e 

xxU. 7, 7. 4 b 
xxiii 2, 6, 12, 15, 20. 4d 

xxiii 7. 7. 4 e b 

xxiii. 8. 4 e 
xxiv. 11, 17, 24. 4 a 

xxiv. 20. 20 
xxiv. 28. 28. 82a, 4 d 

XXV. 7, 10. 4 a 

XXV. 14. 4 b 

XXV. 17. 16 a 

xxviii 9. 12. 4 e 

xxviii 17. 4 a 

xxviii. 20. 4 d 

xxix.16. 4d 

xxix. 17. 4 a 

xxix. 31. 26 b 

XXX. 1. 5. 4 b 

XXX. 9. 47 b 

ixx. 11. 27. 4 d 

XXX. 25, 25. 4 e 

xxxi 5. 38 

xxxi. 8. 4 d 

xxxii. 1. 2, 26. 4 a 

xxxii. 4. 4 d 
xxxii 21, 2L 4 d, 18 f 

xxxiv. 9. 4 d 

XXXV. 20. 82 a 

XXXV. 22. 4 d 

xxxvie. 82a 

EiraiiL 47d 

ii2. 4a 

ii68. 4b 

iU.L 24b 

iii8,8. 4be 

iv. 2. 25 
iv.12,12. 80c3f 

V. 8. 16. 8 f 

V.5. 9 

vi21. 47 e 

vii8. 4d 

vii. 9. 4 a 

viii. 32. 4 d 

viii 35. 4 e 

ix.1. 25 d 

ix.18. 4 e 

X.6. 16 b 

X. 8, 14. 4 d 

Neh.i2. 4d 

ii7,9,ll. 4d 

ii 10. 4 a 

ii 17. 16 a 

iv. 8. 4 b 

iv.ll. 4d 

iv. 12. 4 a 

V. 17. 4 6 

vi2,7. 16 a 

viS^S. 19ba 

vi 10, 10, 10. 4a ee 

vi 17. 4 6 

vii 5. 82 6 

▼U.O. 47 d 

vii 7. 4 e 

vii78. 24b 

viii 17. 47 e 

ix. 18. 19 a 

ix.82. 28a 

xiii. 1.7. 4d 

xiii6,2L 4a 

xiii22. 4e 

Eith. i. 12. 4 b 
il7«17. 18d.4e 



E8ih.il9. 


4d 


P^lxix.l,a. 


4a 


I».ii8,5. 


16 a 


iil2,15. 


24d 


lxix.27. 


4d 


V.6. 


82a 


ii.13. 


4e 


Ixzi 18. 


4d 


V. 19, 26. 


4d 


iil4. 


4d 


lxiii.6. 


19d 


vii 17. 19. 


4a 


iv.2.4^9. 


4d 


Ixxviii 4, 6. 


2 a 


vii 24, 26. 


4d 


iv.3. 


24 f 


Ixxvui. 2L 8L 


32 a 


vUi7. 


82 a 


iv. 11, 11. 


4db 


Ixxviii SO. 


47d 


X.8. 


4d 


iv.14. 


240 


Ixxix.L 


4a 


X.28. 


4a 


V. 4, 6, 8, 10. 


4d 


Ixxix. IL 


4d 


xiL 


18 a 


V.12. 


4 f 


lxxx.2. 


16 a 


xi.16. 


82b 


vi.4. 


4a 


Ixxxiii4. 


16 a 


xiii. 5. 


46 


vi6.6. 


4d 


Ixixvi 9. 


4d 


xiii 6. 


4d 


vil2. 


47d 


Ixxxviu. 2. 


4d 


xiii 9. 


4a 


vil4. 


240 


Ixxxviii 8. 


18 d 


xiii 22. 


4b 


viii. 


4d 


Ixxxviii 17. 


29a 


xiv. 8. 


82d 


viiil. 


4a 


xci 7. 


25 


xiv. 9. 


4b 


viii. 6. 


28b 


xci. 10. 


43d 


xiv. 29. 


18d 


viii. 17. 


24 f 


xcv. L 


16 a 


xiv.3L 


4a 


ix.25. 


4b 


xcv. 2. 


40 


xvi. 8. 


24a 


ix.26. 


240 


xcv. 6. 


4c 


xvi 12. 


4a 


Jobi6.6.7. 


4d 


xcvi. 8. 


4c 


xix. L 28. 


4a 


il4.19. 


4a 


xcvi.13,18. 


4a 


XX. L 


4b 


il6, 17.18. 


4e 


xoviiio. 


4a 


xxiL9. 


4e 


i2L 


18 a 


0.2. 


40 


xxi 12. 12. 


Sab 


U.1,1,2. 


4d 


ci2. 


4d 


xxiv. 10. 


4b 


ii. 11, 11. IL 


4edb 


oiiL 


4d 


xxiv. 18. 


826 


iii 6. 7, 24^26. 


4d 


ciil8. 


4a 


xxvi. 20. 


16 a 


iiilL 


18 a 


0U.I8. 


2a 


xxvi. 21. 


18 6 


iii 26, 26. 


8o,4d 


ov. 19. 


.4 b 


xxvii 6, IL 


46 


iv.6. 


4d 


cv. 28, 81, 84. 


4d 


xxvii. 18. 


4a 


iv.14. 


42 a 


cix. 17. 18. 


4d 


xxvui. 15. 


4d 


V.6. 


18 d 


cxviii. 26. 


4e 


xxviii. 29. 


18 a 


V.2L 


4d 


cxix. 41. 77, 170. 


4d 


xxix. 24. 


18 


v.26,26. 


4d.82b 


cxix. 169. 


43d 


XXX. 4. 


246 


vi20. 


4a 


oxxi. L 


4d 


XXX. 8. 


2a 


vii 9. 


82d 


cxxiS. 


4b 


XXX. 13. 


4d 


ix.82. 


4d 


cxxvi.6. 


4bd 


XXX. 27. 


4a 


xiii 13. 


81 d 


cxxxii.8. 


4d 


XXX. 29. 


4b 


xiii 16. 


4d 


cxliv. 5. 


19d 


xxxi. 4. 


19 d 


xiv. 2. 


18 a 


Prov. i IL 


16 a 


xxxii 10. 


4d 


xiv. 14. 


4b 


i26. 


4b 


xxxii. 18. 


82 d 


XV. 21. * 


4d 


i27.27,27. 4b,3c4b 


xxxii. 19. 


19 b 


xvi 22. 


8c 


iii. 25. 


4d 


xxxiv. 1, L 48 C 18 i 


xvii 10. 


40 


iii 28. 


47c 


xxxiv. 8. 


82 d 


xviii 20. 


2a 


V.8. 


43d 


xxxiv. 5. 


19 d 


xix. 12. 


4d 


vi.8,U. 


4a 


xxxiv. 7. 


19 a 


XX. 22. 


4d 


vi.l5. 


4d 


xxxiv. 18. 


32 a 


XX. 25, 25. 18 d. 10 


vii 15. 


18 a 


XXXV. 4, 4. 


4d 


xxi 17. 


4d 


vii 18. 


16 a 


XXXV. 10. 


4a 


xxii 21. 


4d 


vii 20. 


4d 


xxxvi.1,10. 


82 a 


xxiii. 3. 


4d 


viii3. 


4h 


xxxvi3. 


18 d 


xxiii 10. 


18 d 


ix.5. 


. 16 a 


xxxvi.16. 


I80 


XXVI. 4. 


18 a 


X.24. 


4d 


xxxvil7. 


4b 


xxvii 9. 


4d 


xi2.2. 


4ad 


xxxvi22. 


4d 


xxviii 5. 


18d 


xi.8.27. 


4d 


xxxvii.8. 


4a 


xxviii 20. 


4d 


xii. 18. 


18 d 


xxxvii6. 


4d 


xxix. 18. 


4d 


xiii 10. 


28 


xxxviiO. 


18 a 


XXX. 14. 


80 


xiiil2. 


4e 


xxxvii24. 


82a 


XXX. 26. 26. 


4d 


xviii. 3. 8. 


4ba 


xxxvii28. 


4b 


xxxiv. 28. 


4f 


xviii. 17.x 


4ad 


xxxvii29.29. 


82a,4a 


xxxvi.32. . 


xxiv. 25. 


4d 


xxxvii 83. 88. 


4d.40 


xxxvii9. 


4d 


xxiv. 34. 


4a 


xxxvii. 34^ 84. 


4ad 


• xxxviil8. . 


28d 


XXV. 4. 


18 d 


xxxviiiL 


4d 


xxxvii22. 


8c 


XXV. 7. 


82 


Xxxix. 3, 8, 8. 


4dda 


xxxviii IL 


4d 


xxvi. 2. , 


4d 


xxxix.6. 


4e 


xxxviii 29. 


18 a 


xxviii 22. 


4d 


xilO. 


4d 


xii 13. 16. 


4d 


xxxi. 25. 


2a 


xliLL 


25,43d 


xliilL 


4d 


Eoole8.i4. ' 


4e 


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tr. 18. 82 d 

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L8. 4d L14. 4d 

a UU oometh near oometh near. fi Ut, they added nol jet to oome. 

Y /«. went going and, fto. 8 M. thy hand shaU find. « MC added 

to oomo up. i lU,ho went going. n of. he enter into an oath before 

thine altar. # M. added not yet to oome. i Mt. the way of the 

entrance of the horsea. « lU, added not to oome. A The n& m^ 

in pret., whioh the Bngliah ▼ersion fbUowi; the M. of l*n3 ii^ hia i n ifcl i hoBr 
■hall oome in. 

OOMEIiT. 

1 y^t^ m. honour, majesty, splendour, beftatj; whaterer oomf 

mandfl reyerence. 
a "T^n m. glow, beauty, vigour ; that whioh commands pnise. 

3 pn m, grace, fulness, beauty. 

4 3D^ to be well in any respect. HiFHiL part. 

8 Hfi^ see Fair; comely, i.«. proper, suitable, becoming. 

6 ntO see Become. Pilsl ^pret. *>niM| cufj* becoming, seemly, 

beautiful. * n^) /. oontractioQ of the previous atj^., or 
from ni) to keep at home. 

7 rnKfiTl /. ornament^ beauty. 

8 "INh m. form, figure of the body. 



18am. ZTi. 18. 


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altt.nottfaegraoeofhisitmctureiar,ofhiiannature. BenProporUeH, 

00M70BT. 

j^a to be bright ; to shine forth ; to make cheerfbl, to en- 
liven ; to revive, to refresh, to strengthen. HilUiij 
^fut. ^nu^bao/. a cheering, exhilaration. 
J? m. the heart ; comfortably ; Heb. to the heart 
nni> m. id. 

T" 

nrwp /. rest, quiet. 
DrU this word seems to denote some strong impulse of the 
mind, and so is understood of sympathy, comfort, re- 
venge, &o., and applied to those acts by which it finds 
ease for itself ; hence to console oneselt NiPBAL •pirt, 
^irtf, •/«*. Piw, ^prtt, •inf. ^imp. ffui. ^pari. 
PuAL »/u<. ^part. HiTHPAKT. »f»rrt. ■«/. ^fiU. 



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•port. J'nrjna/. oonsalation. q D'p^na in. pi. conso- 
lations. 'D^^n3£i m.pl, consolations; pity, mercy. 

' 4 "T^D to support ; applied to refreshing the heart with food. 
Kal imp, 

7 *7B*1 to strew, to spread ; to stay up, to support, ^. with 
pillows ; hence to refresh. Pdsl imp. 



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2 


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xxxii- 81. 


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OOMMAITD. 

* 1 "^DK to speak, to say ; to command. Ka.l ^pret, ^fut, ^pwrt. 
PoeL "^Pit Ch. Fal ^pret, •paH, frrnow/. word, 
speech, s *^P£[P m, an edict, a mandate. 
2 HSl to speak, &c. Piel ^pret, * "^ J5 m, word, precept. 

8 n*n /. an imperial law, &c., enforced by the highest and most 

absolute authority. 

4 pn m. a statute, ordinance. 

6 DJ^ID Ch. m. will, command. ^D^Tp Ch. m. will, command, 
royal edict. 

6 n^ Ch. a word, a thing. 

7 nS mouth ; word, command, precept, order. 

« DH^pfi fn. pi. mandates, precepts, se, of God. • i^&p m, appcnnt- 
ment, mandate. 

9 iHm to set up, to put, to place ; to constitute, appoint ; to 

command, to charge ; abtol, Ps. xzziii. 9 ; 9eq. ace. of 
person; more rarely *Jt} ^^, ); so with the express 
words of command after '^t)MV. Further, that which 
one commands to be done is put in the ace, with ace, 
of person, also with cUU. of person, and the iftf,. with 
h. Where one is conmianded not to do anything, i.e, 
where anything is forbidden, it is put with |p seq, inf,, 
or with 'J? Jib seg. in/., in the /u<. with nti^ that,oftener 
with yav. With an a^, of person, without mention of 
the thing commanded, to give charge to any one, to 
send with commands, to command to go : the person to 
whom one is thus sent is put with bv ^M ; the person 
or thing concerning which charge is given is put with 
bj, b^, and \. Pibl ^pret, ^i^f, ^imp. ^fut, ^part, 
PuAL 'pret, 8fut, h n^sp /. commandment : Gen. xxvL 
5,&c *^| m. precept. 



10 D^b Ch. toset. T* AL^ pret! ^.p<ui, pan, 

Ko. 9 h, Commandment, not included. 



Gen. ii. 16. 




iii.11.17. 




vi.22. 




vii.6.9.18b 




xiL20. 




xviiL19. 




xxi.4. 




xxviLS. 




xxxiL4,l7,19. 




xlii.26. 




xliv. 1. 




xlv. 19. 




xlv. 21. 




xlviL IL 




xlix.8S. 




1.2. 




1.12.18. 




Exod. i. 17. 




iv.28. 




V.8. 




ViL 2. 




ViL 6, 10, 20. 




viii.27. 




xii.28,60. 




xvL16.82,81. 




xvlLL 




xviii.28. 




xix.7. 




TTiii. 16. 




XXV. 22. 




xxviL20. 




xxix.86. 




xxxL6,U. 




xxxlLS. 




xxxiv.4,18. 




xxxiv. 11. 




xxxiv. 28. 




xxxiv. 82. 




xxxiv. 34. 




zxxv. 1. 4. 10, 29. 




xxxvi.1,6. 




XXXVL6. 




xxxviii.21. 




xxxvm.22. 




xxTix. 1. 6. 7, 21. 




xxxix.26,29,81,82, 


42,43. 


9a 


xl. 18. 19, 21. 28, 26, 


27,29,82. 


9a 


Lev.vi.9. 


90 


ViL 86. 


9a 


ViL 38, 88. 


9ab 


viiL4,6,9.18,17, 




21,29,31,34.36. 


9a 


viiL85. 


9 f 


ix. 6, 6. 7. 10, 21. 


9a 


X. 1,16, 18. 


9a 


X.18. 


9 f 


xiiL64. 


9a 


xiv.4.6,8flk40. 


9a 


XVL84. 


9a 


xviL2. 


9a 


xxiv.2. 


90 


xiiv.28. 


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xxvii.34. 


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Num. L 19, 64. 


9a 


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9 f 


iii.89. 


7 


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9a 


iv. 37. 41. 


7 


iv. 49, 49. 


7,9a 


V.2. 


90 


viii.3.20.2a. 


9a 


ix.6. 


9a 


ix.8. 


9d 


ix. 18. 18, 20, 201 28, 


28, 28. 


7 


x.18. 


7 


xiiL8. 


7 


xiv. 41. 


, 7 


XV.23, 28,86. 


•9a 


xvL4r. 


2a 


xviLU. 


9a 


xix.2. 


9a 


XX. 9, 27. 


9a 


xxiv.lS. 


7 


xxvi.4. 


9a 


xivlLll,22. 


9a 


xiviL14. 


7 


.zxviL28. 


&a 



Num.xxviiL2. 


9 


EuthiLl6. 




xxix. 40. 




1 Sam. iL 29. 




XXX. 1, 16. 




xiL14.16. 




xxxL 7, 21, 81« 41, 




xULlS. 




^.'. 




xiiLl4.14 


9da 


xxxii. 26. 




XV. 11. 18. 




xxxiL28. 




XV. 24. 




xxxiiL2,88. 




xvi.16. 




xxxiv. 2. 




xvii. 20. 




xxxiv. 18. 18. 


9da 


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xxxiv. 29. 




XX. 29. 




XXXV. 2. 




xxi.2.2. 
2 Sam. IV. 18. 




xxxvi.2.2. 


9af 








V.26. 




10.18. 




ViL 7,11. 




I 19,41. 




ix.ll. 








xiL9. 








xiiL28.28. 


9da 






xiii.29. 








xviiL6. 








XXL14. 




4). 




xxiv. 19. 






9a 


lKing8iL46. 




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a.2b 


V.6. 




V. 12, 16. 16, 32. 38. 9 a 


V.17. 




vL 1.17, 20, 26. 


9a 


ViiL 68. 




vi.2.6. 


9e 


ix.4. 




VL24. 


9d 


xL 10, 10, 11. 




viLlL 


9e 


xi.88. 




viiLl.ll. 


9e 


xiii.21. 




ix.12,16. 


9a 


XV. 6. 




ix.28. 


7 


xviL4,9. 




X.4. 


2b 


xxiL31. 




X.6. 


9a 


2King8xL6,16. 9d 


X.13. 


9e 


xL9. 


9a 


xi. 8. 18, 22. 27, 28. 9e 


xiv. 6. 


9a 


xii.11.14.28,82. 


9 e 


xvi.16. 


9d 


xii.21. 


9 a 


xvi.16. 


9a 


xlii.6. 


9 a 


xvii. 13. 84. 


9a 


xiii.18. 


9 e 


xviL27. 


9d 


XV. 6, 11, 16. 


9 e 


xvilL6,12. 


9a 


xviL3. 


9a 


xxL8,8. 


9a 


xviii. 18. 


9d 


xxii.12. 


9d 


xviiL20. 


9a 


xxiii.4,2L 


9d 


xix.7. 9. 


9 e 


xxiii. 85. 


7 


.XX. 17. 


9a 


xxiv. 8. 


7 


xxiv. 8. 


9 a 


lChron.vL49. 


9a 


xxiv.18.22. 


9 e 


xii.32. 


7 


xxvi. 13, 14. 


9 a 


xiv. 12. 


lb 


XXVL16. 


9e 


xiv. 16. 


9a 


xxviLl,l. 


9de 


XV. 16. 


9a 


xxviL4.10. 


9e 


xvLl6,40. 


9a 


xxviiL1.18,H16. 


9 e 


xvii. 6» 10. 


9a 


xxviiLS. 


9d 


xxL17,18. 


la 


xxviiL46. 


9 a 


xxi.27. 


lb 


xxix. 1. 


9a 


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9e 


xxiL17. 


9d 


Txxi. 6. 29. 


9a 


xxiv. 19. 


9a 


xxxLlO.25. 


9d 


xxviiL21. 


2b 




9d 


2 Chron. ViL 18. 


9d 


xxxiiL4. 


9a 


vii.l7. 


9a 


xxxiv. 9. 


9 a 


viii.l4 


9h 


Josh. L 7, 9, 18, 16. 


9a 


xiv. 4. 


lb 


LIO. 


9d 


xviii. 80. 


9a 


ill. 


9o 


xxiu.8. 


9a 


L18.18. 


7.9d 


xxiv.8.a 


lb 


iii.3.8. 


9d 


XXV. 4. 


9a 


iv.8.16. 


9 


xxix. 21, 27, 30. lb 


iv.8:i0.10. 
iv.l7. 


9a 


xxix. 24. 


la 


9d 


xxxi.4,11. 


lb 


vLlO. 


9a 


xxxL6. 


2b 


vii.ll. 


9a 


xixi.lS. 


8a 


viiL4. 


9d 


xxxii. 12. 


lb 


viiL 8. 8. 2 b, 9 a 


xxxiiL 8. 


9a 


viiL 27, 29, 81, 88, 


xxxiiL16. 


lb 


86. 


9a 


xxxiv. 20. 


9d 


ix.24. 


9a 


XXXV. 21. 


la 


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9a 


Ezra iv. 8. 


9a 


xLl2,16,16,16.20. 


9a 


iv. 19. 


6a,10b 


xiiL6. 


9a 


iv. 21, 21. 


52V6 


xiv. 2. 6. 


9a 


V.8./5 


10 a, 6 a 


XV. 18. 


7 


V.9./5 


10 a. 5 a 


x^^4. 


9a.7 


vLl4,14. 


6,6a 


XXL2.8. 


9a 


ViL 28. 


6 


xxi.3. 


7 


ViiL 17. 


9d 


xxii.2.2. 


9a 


ix.ll. 


9a 


TTiiL 16. 


9a 


Neh.L7,8. 


9a 


Jud^.iL20. 


9a 


ViiL 1,14. 


9a 


iiL4. 


9a 


ix.14. 


9a 


iv.6. 


9a 


xiiL6. 


9h 


xiii.14. 


9a 


xiiL 9. 19, 22. 


lb 


xxLlO,20. 


9d 


S8th.LlO,17. 


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E8tb.il2.19. 


2b 


P8.C7.8. 


9a 


Jer.xxxvi6.28. 


9d 


il6. 


\l 


ovi.34. 


la 


xxxvi. 8. 


9a 


ii.8. 


cvii26. 


lb 


xxxvii21. 


9d 


U.20. 


Iff 


cxi7. 


8 


xxxviiilO. 


9d 


iu. 2, 12. 


9a 


cxi.9. 


9a 


xxxviii27. 


9a 


iiLl4. 


S 


cxix.4,188. 


9a 


i21. 


9a 


iii.16. 


2b 


cxxxiii.S. 


9a 


li.69. 


9a 


iv.8. 


2b 


cxlvii. 16. 


rr 


Lam. i 10, 17. 


9a 


iv.6.m 


9d 


cxlvui.5. 


9a 


il8. 


7 


iv.lS. 


lb 




7 


ii.l7. 


9a 


iv.l7. 


9a 


Eccles.viii.2. 


7 


m.87. 


9a 


vi.l. 


lb 


I8a.v.e. 


9d 


Ezek.ix.ll. 


9a 


viii.9. 


9a 


xiii.8. 


9a 


x.e. 


9b 


vm.18. 


3 


xxui.ll. 


9a 


xiL7. 


9 f 


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2b 


xxxiv.16. 


9a 


xxiv. 18. 


9 f 


ix.1. 


2b 


xlv. 11. 


9d 


xxxvii 7. 


9 f 


ii.14. 


lb 


xlv.12. 


9a 


xxxviLlO. 


9a 


ix.26. 


la 


xlvm.6. 


9a 


Don. ii 2. 


lb 


Jobix.7. 


1 c 


lv,4. 


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ii. 12, 46. 


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xxivLlO. 


lb 


Jer.i7,17. 


9d 


iiL4.19. 


le 


zxzvi82. 


9d 


vii. 22, 81. 


9a 


iii 18. 20. 


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nivii. 12. 


9d 


TiL28,28. 


9ad 


iiL22. 


6 


xixviii.12. 


9a 


xi.4.4. 


9ad 


iv.26. 


Id 


xxxix.27. 


7 


xi.8. 


9a 


v.2,29. 


Id 


iliL9. 


2a 


xiii. 6. 6. 


9a 


vi. 16. 23. 24. 


Id 


P8.vii6. 


9a 


xiv.14. 


9a 


ix. 23, 26. 


2b 


xxxiiL9. 


9a 


xviL22. 


9a 


Hos. V. 11. 


9i 


xlii.8. 


9d 


xix.5. 


9a 


Amoiii.4. 


4 


xUv.4. 


9c 


xxiii. 82. 


9a 


iLl2. 


9a 


lxvm.2$. 


9a 


xxvi.2,8. 


9a 


vi 11. 


9e 


Ixxi. 8. 


9a 


xxvil4. 


9a 


ix.8,4. 


9d 


lxxviii.5. 


9a 


xxix.23. 


9a 


ix.9. 


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lxxviu.28. 


9d 


xxxiL23,85. 


?* 


Nah.L14. 


9a 


ciii. 18. 


8 


xxxiv. 22. 


9e 


Zech.i6. 


9a 


ciiL20. 


2b 


xxxv.6.10,lM6,18. 9 a 


Mal.iv.4. 


9a 


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COMMBBTD. 

7?i^ to praise. VvsLfut, Gen. xiLi5. VrjALfut, Prov.xii. 8. 
n^^ to soothe ; to praise ; to pronounce happy. Pdel pret. 
Eccles. Yiii 15. 

COMMISSIOir. 

n^ /. an imperial law : Ezra viii. 36. 

COMMIT. 

1 7?^ to roll, to devolve one's self, way^ &o. upon God. Eal imp, 

2 nST to be, to exist, to be one. Kal ^fut, Niphal ^pret. 

8 n^T to commit fornication, &o.: see FomiotUiont &c. KAL/ii<. 

4 Kt^n to sin. Kal pret, 

6 *1DD to deliver; to give occasion to; G^esenins, to separate, to 
separate oneself to fall away treacherously. Kal inf, 
Kum. xxxi. 16. See Deliver, Flirst renders this passage, 
''Tradendo prevaricationem in manus Jehovse, h.e. ut a 
Deo vivo desciscerent" Others, to dare a defection 
from the Lord. 

6 byO see Trespass. 

7 jn3 to give. Kal ^pret. ^fut, Nifhal ^pret. 

8 2l}f to leave ; to commit to another. KAL/ut, 

9 tW^ to labour in anything, Kal ^pret, ^inf, *>fia, ^part, 
, poel. Ni?HAL •prei, 

10 /{^Q to mfike, to do, m an emphatic sense. 'KAi^pret. 

11 *lp8 to visit; to g;ve in chargo^ to commit. HiPHiL^prsf. 

12 D^b^ to set, put, place. Kal/uI. 



Gen.xxxix.8. 


7a 


Lev.xviii26. 


9c 




6 


xxxix.22. 


7b 


xviii. 29. 29. 


9cd 


Deut. xviL 6. 


9a 


liev.iv.86. 




xviiL 80. 80. 


9be 


xix.20.a 


9b 


V.7. 




XX. 18. 23. 


9a 


xxi. 22. /5 


2a 


V.16, 


6c 


Nmn. V. 6. 


90 


Jo8h.vii,l. 


60 


V.17. 


9a 


V.12. 


6(i 


xxlL 16. 20, 81. 


6a 


vi2. 


6a 


XV. 24. 


9e 


Judg. XX. 6. 


9a 



1 Kings xiv. 22. 
xiv. 27. 

1 Chron. x. IS. 

2 Chron. xii 10. 
xxxiv.16. 

Job V. 8. 
Ps. X. 14. 

xxxi. 6. 

xxxvii. 6. 
Ppov. xvi 8. 

xvi. 12. 
Isa.xxii. 21. 
Jer. ii. 18. 

V.80. 

vi.l6. 

viii 12. 

a HL shall not add to commit. 



4 


Jer. zvi 10. 


4 


11 a 


xxix.2S. 


9a 


6a 


xxxvii 21. 


lib 


11a 


xxxix. 14. 


7b 


7c 


xl.7. 


11 a 


12 


xli. 10. 


11a 


8 


xliv.8.9.22. 


9a 


lib 


xliv.7. 
Bzek.iii20. 


9d 


1 


9a 


1 


vi9. 


9a 


9b 


viii 6. 


9d 


7b 


viii. 17. 17. 


9ba 


9a 


XV. 8. 


6a 


2b 


xvi 48. 


9a 


9a 


xvi. 60. 


90 


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xvi 61. 


4 



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24,26,27.28. 


9a 


XX. 27. 


6b 


XX. 48. 


9s 


xxii9.ll. 


9« 


xxiu.7. 


7b 


xxiii 43. 


8 


xxxiii 19, U 18; 




29. 


9a 


xxxiii 16. 


9b 


xxxiii 16. 


4 


xliii.8. 


9a 


xliv. 13. 


9a 


H08.vi9. 


9a 


vii.l. 


10 


Mai ii 11. 


9e 



/I UC if there be in man a sin. 



COMMOir. 

D"TK m, man : Ezek. xxiii. 41, ** of the common sort,** marg. 'of 

the multitude of men.' 
Yyik com. the land, earth: Lev. iv. 27, marg, 'people of <^ 

land.' 
|B m. son : Jer. zxvi 13 ; ma/rg, 'sons of the people.' 
77n (see Pmfam^ and OcUher), to eat as common. Pdel prH, 

Jer. xxxi. 5, marg, 'profane.' ^h adj. pro&ne^ unholy, 

oonunon : i Sam. xxi. 4, 5. 
TWO m. death : Num. xvi. 19, marg. 'as eveiy man dieth.' 
3^ m. multitude: Ezek. xxiii 41. 1^ etdj. manj. Ecdes. 

vi I. 

COMMOTION. 

t^y^ m. a trembling, shaking ; tumult> noise, as of battle: Jer. 
X. 22, 

COMMUITB, OOMMUiriOATIOir. 

*VpH to say, speak. Kal imp. 

"l^'n see Speak. In Exod. xxv. 22 there is an evident allusion 
to the oracle of the mercy seat, called "^^^^j or speaking- 
place. Kal "^rf. Pod. PiEL»>prf«. «tn/. *tmp. •ftU. 
'nj^ m. word. 

*1fiD to number, to tell, to relate, to declare. TlELfitL 
n^b' to speak, talk, converse ; to talk with oneself to meditate. 
Kal ^fut. ^ 0*^^ m, speech, discourse. 



Gen. xviii 88. 

xxiii. 8. 

xxxiv. 6. 

xxxiv. 8, 20. 

xlii 24. 

xliiilO. 
Exod. xxv. 22. 

xxxi. 18. 
Judg.iz.1. 



20 
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2e 
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1 Sam. ix. 26. 


2e 


2Chron.ix.l. 


Se 


xviii 22. 


2d 


Jobiv.2. 


2 f 


xix. 8. 


2e 


PB.iv.4. 




xxv. 89. 


2e 


lxiv.6. 




2 Sam. iii 17. 


2 f 


Ixxvii. 6. 


4a 


1 Kings X. 2. 


2e 


Eodes. i 16. 


2b 


2 Kings ix. 11. 


4b 


Dan. i 19. 


2e 


xxiil4. 


2e 


Zech.il4. 


Sa 



OOMFAOT. 

lan to join or couple together. Pual pret. Pb. cxxii 3, 

OOMFAITT, OOMFAlTIOir. 

rnW to travel. Kal part, Poel. a caravan, or company of 
travellers, especially of merchants. 
713 /. a daughter ; daughter of a city, or re^on, or people, 
'•company of the Assyrians:" Ezek. xxvii. 6. The 
margin, on the authority of Buxtorf probably, gives 
the rendering * well trodden :' ffeh. the daughter of 
goings, of ivory that has been long under the earth, 
and thought to have been improved by this ; at leaai 
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marginal rendering standi thus: 'They have made 
thy hatches of ivory well trodden ;' hatches, or deck, 
being supposed more appropriate in this view of the 
meaning of the passage. 

8 "l^^l w. see Troop. 

4 ro vH /. goings, progress ; ways ; companiea of travellers, 
caravans. 

t }lDn see Multitude, TumuU, 

6 pyr to cry, to gather. NiPHAL pret, 

7 /Sn com, a cord, &c. ; a company of men bound together in 

a society, or walking in a train ; so a company of 
soldiers is called cnrcTpa : Matt, xxvii. 27. 

8 •*12in m. associate, companion, ^"^^i^ adj. companion, ""^^n 

Ch. m, id. ^ nan m. company. • nnan /. company. 
'nnan /. companion. 

8 ^n adj. a living creature, beast, &c. ; eolleet., a band of 

men, troop : Ps. Ixviii. 30, " the company of spear- 
men,'' marg. ' the beasts of the reeds ;' Jer. li. 32 ; 
some wild animals dwelling among reeds ; crocodile, 
lion, boar, &c. • 

10 yjy f»> host. 

11 rWnp /. dance ; a company, showing public exultation or joy, 

with dancing. 

12 T\J?^rtO /. divisions, courses ; con^anies by course. 

13 n^np com. an army, a host ; any company of men.. 

14 rnSFi f. thanksgiving, choir of singers ; rendered company of 

them who give ** thanks.** 

15 rU3 m. fellow labourers, colleagues. D^p Ch. m. id. 

10 ^^r /• Msenably ; only in i Sam. xix. 20, probably t. q. 
Tibn^ so the Lxx. Syr. Arab. Chald. 

17 HD^D /. a company of horses. 

18 rny /. see Congregation. Job xvi. 7, ♦. g. family, or those 

congregated about his tent. 

19 Kiy m. host, army. 

20 *^]nfp m. anything small, a small company. 

21 )^i? m. a gathering, throng. 

22 ?np m. see Congregation. Gen. xxzv. 1 1, Chr. synagogues ; 

Ch. a congregation of tribes. 
S3 \Shi^ m. head ; sum, amount ; a body, band, company, eepe- 
cially of soldiers. * 

24 V^T} m. pr. a noisy crowd ; hence, generally, a crowd, company. 

25 T^^ to associate together. Kal •jpart. Pool. *» y*? m. a 

friend, companion, acquaintance. ^ Hj^^ /. companion. 
^ ^'39 m. a friend, companion. 

26 n^e^ /. abundance, multitude, of men, camels. 

Gen. xxxH 8, 8, 8L 18 

xxzv. IL 22 

xxxTiL26. 1 

L9. 18 

Exod. xxziL 27. 26 b 

Kum. xiv. 7. 18 

xvi 5. 6, 11, 16, 40. 18 

xxii.4. ' 22 

xxTi 9, 10. 18 

xxTiiS,8. 18 

Judg. Tii 16, 20. 23 

11.8^87,43,4^44 28 



Judg. xi, 88. 


26c 


1 Chron. ix. 18t 


IS 


xiv. 11. 20. 


26d 


xxvii. 88. 


26b 


XV. 2, 6. 


26d 


xxviiL 1. 


12 


xviiL28. 


6 


2 Chron. ix. 1, 


10 


1 Sam. X. 6, 10. 


7 


XX. 12. 


6 


xi.ll. 


23 


xxiv. 24. 


20 


xiii 17, 17. 18, 18. 


28 


Ezra iv. 7. 


16 


xix. 20. 


16 


iv. 9. 17. 28. 


16 


XXX. 16, 16, 28. 


8 


v.8.6. 


16 


2KiDg8v.2. 


8 


vi.6,18. 


16 


V.16. 


18 


Neh.xiL81,88.40 


14 


ix.17.17. 


26 


Job VL 19. 


4 



Job xvL 7. 


18 


Prov. xiii. 20. 


26a 


XXX. 29. 


26b 


xxviiL 7. 


26a 


xxxiv. 8. 


8e 


xiviiL24. 


8b 


XXXV. 4. 


26b 


xxix.8. 


26a 


xlLO. 


8a 


Cant. L 7. 


8b 


P8.xlv.14. 


25c 


L9. 


17 


lv.14. 


24 


vi. IS. 


11 


IxviiL IL 


19 


viiiW. 


8b 


Ixviii. 30. 


9 


Isa.L2S. 


8b 


cvi. 17. 18. 


18 


xxi.lS. 


1 


oxix.68. 


8b 


IviLlS. 


21 


cxxii. & 


25b 


Jer. xxii. 8. 


22 



B2ek.xvl.4O. 


29 


xvii. 17. 


28 


xxiiL 46, 47. 


22 


xxvi.7. 


28 


xxvii 6. 


2 


xxvii 27, 84. 


22 


xxxii 8, 22. 28. 


22 


xxxvii la, 16. 


8b 


xxxviu.4,7,ia,16. 


22 


Ban. ii. 17. 


8c 


Hoe.vi9. 


8d 


MaLiil4 


8f 



OOMFABABIiE. 

kPD to weigh. Pual part. Lam. iv. 2. 

OOMFABB. 

HOT to be like.' "PiRLpret. Cant. i. 9. 

bpD to compare ; to use a proverb. HiPHiL fut. Isa. xlvi. 5. 
Tp^ to lay in order; seq. ) to place together with anything 

alongside of it, to compare. Kal fut. Ps. Ixxxix. 6 : 

Isa. xl. 18. 

njB^ to be equal ; to be like, to resemble ; seg. J. Kal fuL 
Prov. iiL 15; viiL 11. 

COMPASS. 

1 1|M to gird ; to be armed. PiSL part. 

2 ^pM to compass about> to attack with violence and terror. 

Kal prcf. 

8 rnj to disperse, to fim ; hence to sift or search ; or from "»} a 
crown or border around the ark ; to gird round, as 
God compasseth all things by his onmiscienoe. PiSL 
pret. 

4 ^n to draw a circle, to measure with a compass. Kal *pret. 

^ 3^n m. chrcuit. " rra^nrp /. a compass. 

5 3b*}|) m. the margin round the altar above the grating, upon 

which the priests could walk in attending upon it. 

6 *in3 to compass about, as a crown compasseth the head. 

HiPHiL * jfict. ^part. 

7 ^^^ to go round, to make a circle; to surround. HiPHiL 

^pret. ^fut. ''part. 

8 3^0 to turn about, to compass about, to besiege ; to go about, 

to fetch a compass; to beset, to compass about in a 
distressing manner ; to attend upon diligently and fre- 
quently, Ps. xxvi. 6. To compass about with songs of 
deliverance, dupl. ace. Ps. xxxii. 7, is to afford complete 
joy, without any mixture of sorrow : in Jer. xxxi. 22, 
"A woman shall compass a man," is a prophecy of the 
birth of the Messiah from a virgin. Kal ^pret. ^inf. 
^imp. ^fut. •part. Poel. Niphal 'pret. Poel 9 fut. 
Hiphil ^imp. ^fut. ^3*29 m. round about. *3po m. 
circle ; Gesenius, couches set in a circle, a divan ; or 
the word, in Ps. cxl. 91, may be taken as Hiphil part, of 
339. 

9 ^py to crown ; to encompass. Kal *fut. ^part. Poel. 

10 pyV to adorn with a neckchain or collar. Kal pret. 

Gen. ii 11, 18. 
xix. 4. 

Exod. xxvii 6. 

xxxviii. 4. 
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7b 


zviiLSLa 


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a or, oompawed agaixift him. 

COMPASSIOir. 

1 Tpn to be mild and gentle ; to treat with tendemeei ; to haye 
oompaasion. See Bpare. Kal •jpr«. ^inf. «/tt*. 

% Drn to bd tender ; to have mercy, compassion npon any one ; 

to pity, from an idea of fondness, cberishing : strictly 

of compassion towards the needy and helpless, as widows, 

in&nts ; also of parents towarcb their, infiint children ; 

especially of God pitying his afflicted people. PiiL 

^prtt, ^inf, ofut. *Dinn adj. merciful, only used of 

Ckxi ; "full of compassion.'* • D*OIJl m, pL very tender 

affection, pity, grace, favour. 

Bzod.lL 6. lo 2Chron.xxrvLl5»17. 1 a 

Deut.xiiLl7. 2 a Ps. Ixxviii. 88. 2d 

S> .. 2a tzzzvi 16. 2d 

exi. 4. 2d 

exit. 4. 2d 

ozlv. 8. 2d 

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OOMFXIi. 

D3K to preuji oonstrain, compeL Kal part. Poel, Esth. i. 8. 

fTlJ to pash> thrust, force. Hiphil/u^. a Chron. xzL ii. 

13^ to serve. KALfut. Ley. xxr. 39, lU. thou shalt not make 
him to serve the service of a bond servant. 

)nfi to break ; to break forth npon, to urge. KiLfut. x Sam. 
zxviii 33. 

OOMFIiAIir. 

|HI to groMi, mittmur, complain. Hithpuel fid. Lam. iii 3^ 
mairg. ' murmur.' part. Num. xL i. 

roa to weep. Kal /kI. Job xxxi. 38. 
nrnV /. outcry, of lamentation. See Cfn/. Ps. cxliV. 14. 

3^ to contend, to strive ; to plead. Kal inf. Judg. xxL 22. 

n^b^ to speak, disoourse ; to meditate, to lament. Kal fut. 
Job vii. II : Ps. Izxvii. 3. D^^ m. the inward or out- 
ward expression of sorrow, on which the mind enlarges : 
I Sam. L 16 : Job vii. 13 ; ix. 27 ; x. i ; xxi 4 ; xxiii. 2 : 
Ps. It. 3 ; ciL title ; cxlii. 2, 

OOUPIiBTIL 
D^DD cu(/* perfect : Lev. xxiiL 15. 

OOMPOUITD, OOMFOSITIOir. 
rObnO /. measure : Exod. xxx. 32, 37, ». «. according to the pro- 
portion of the parts of which it is composed. 
njTl Ho season, to spice, e. g. oil for making ointments ; to per- 
fume. ILALfvJt. Exod. xxx. 33. 



nnjTip /. compounding of ointment : Exod. zxt. 25, lU. an oint- 
ment of compounding. 

OOMPBBHBND. 

jnj to know. Kal^u^. Job xxxviL 5, 

70 to hold or keep together. KALpret, Isa. xL la. 

OOlTCXAZi. 

Khn to keep silence. Hifhil/u^. Job xlL ii. 

ins to hide; to conceal from sight and from hearing. PuL 

pret. Job vi. 10 : Ps. xL 10. fui. Job xxvii. 11: Jer. L a. 
nD3 to cover. Kal part. Pod, Prov. xH. 23. Pisl pret. Gen. 

xxxvii. 26. fiU. Deut. xiii 8. part. Prov. xL 13. 
ISyO to hide, to coyer from the sight. TTTPiTTf. inf, Pn>y. xxy. 2, 

OOBTCBIT. 
f P com. the eye : Proy. xxvi. 5 (inoi^. 'his own eyes^, i«, 10 ; 
xxviiLii. 

n^3b^ /.image, figure; imagination, idea^ thought: Proy.zviiLii. 

OOXrOEIVB. 

1 rnn to conceive in the womb; figuratiyely, to form designa 

and counsels in the mind. Kal ^pret. ^inf. ^fuL 
^part. Porf. PuAL •pret. PoiL Unf. s n^rr adj. preg- 
nant, with child. The import of the sign in Isa. viL t4 
liet in the use of this word, and in its being the pari, 
of 'bear:' behold a virgin pregnant and bearing. This 
is the sign; and the future fulfilment is denoted by 
"shall giye." >» J^nry m. conception. »I^»7Ty m. id. 

2 jnj to sow seed; to be sown, to conceive. KiPEAL ^preL 

HiPHiL ^fiu, 

8 2^ to devise. Kal pret. 

4 Dnj to be in heat ; eoire, Kal ^fiU. PnL ^preL •••/. 

6 ^p^ to add. HiPHiL/irt. 



Gen.iiLie. 
iv. 1, 17. 
xyL4,4. 
zvi. 6. 
XXL 2. 
XXV. 21. 

]Fxix. 8% 88,84.85. 
XXX. 6. 7, 17* 19, 28. 
XXX. 88. 89. 
xxx.41,4L 
xxxi 10. 
xxxTiii. 8. i 18. 
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ooxrcLUBioir. 

P^b m. end: Eocles. xii. 13. 

OOirOOUBSB. 

riDn to make a great noise ; applied to a tumnltaona odneouns 
of people. Kal part. I*oel, Prov. i. 11. 

OOBTOtTBIirB. 

iV^ /. a woman, a wife : Judg. xix. i. 
n^n? Ch./. a concubine : Dan. y. 1, 3, 33. 
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wife ; ipoken oommonlj of a female slaye, who was aUo 
tisually a legal concubiDe : Gen. zxii. 34 ; zxxv. 12 : 
Judg. xix. 2, &c. Fully n*» tf 3^9, Judg. xix. i : 
9 Sam. XY. 16 ; xx. 3. 0pp. to wives of higher rank : 
I Eangs xL 3 : Cant. yi. S, 9. 

COJTDBMir. 

1 K^ to go out. 'KjLLfvi, 

2 t^{^ to amerce. Kal '•fui, ^pari. Paiil. 

8 y?n to bd wicked, guilty ; to pronounce guilty. HiPHiL ^pret. 
^inf. «/«<. ^part. 'yifT adj, wicked. 



4 t3fil^ to judge. Kal part. PoeL 



£xod. xxu. 9. 
Deut. XXV. L 

1 Kings viiL 82. 

2 Chron. xxxvL 8. 
Jobix.20. 

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xxxiv. 17. 

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ISj) to pass, to cause to pass. Hiphil prei. 2 Sam. xiz. 4a 

ia^. 2 Sam. xix. 15. fut. 2 Sam. xix. 40 ^9. 
tX^ to send. Pdel inf, 2 Sam. xiz. 31. 

OONDUIT. 

nbW /• trendi; watercourse, channel for conducting water: 
a Kings ZYiii. 17 ; xz. ao : Isa. vii 3 ; zzzvi. i. 

OOITBT. 
)&C^ m. a quadruped, chewing the cud in the manner of the 
hare, living in flocks, and distinguished for its cunning : 
jLev. zL 5 : Beut. ziv. 7 : Ps. civ. 18 : Prov. zzz. 26, 



COBTFEOTIOir. 

nj>'l III. ointment, perfume : Ezod. zzz. 35. 
maker, perfumer : x Sam. viii. 13. 



^^K^ /. ointment- 



OON7BDXBATB. 

TyS m. owner, master : Gen. ziv. 13. 

tV^li /. a covenant : Gen. ziv. 13, lit, masters of a covenant, i. e. 
« allies or sworn friends : Ps. Izzziii. 5 : Obad. 7. 

tXyS to cut oi^ to make (a covenant). Kal fut, Ps. Izzziii 5, 

lit. they have made a covenant, 
rnj to rest on, 8eq, Vp* Kal pret. Isa. TiL a. 
*1K^*P m. conspiracy : Isa. viii. la, 11. 

OONFEB. 
^yi m, a word : i Kings i. 7, lit, his words were with. 

CONFESS, 
m^ to own, acknowledge, confess ; to praise ; to make con- 
fession by holding out or eztending the hand. Htphtl 
^pret, ^fia. ^paH, HiTHPASL^pree. •t^/; '/itf. ^part, 
^ n^^n /. confession, thanksgiving. 



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xvi. 21. 


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XXX. 22. 


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xxvi40. 


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Num. V. 7. 


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OONFIDXNOB. 

1 n^B to trust, to confide in ; abt, to be oonfident, ». e. to be 

secure, without fear. Kal ^inf, ^fut, ^pairt, Poel. 
<>n^5 m. confidence. • nijoa /. id, '|^^^B5 tii. id. 
snpap fa. id, 

2 7D3 m. hope, confidence, what a man depends on, as the loins 

are the strength and firmness of the body, •nbp^/, 
confidence, hope. 

If 

ii 



Judg. ix. 28. 
2KiDgsxvlii.l9. 
Job iv. 6. 

XTiiLl4. 

xxxi. 24. 
PB.xxviL8. 

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xiv.2e. 

xxi.22. 

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Jer. «. 87. 

x]viiLl8. 
Esek. xxvUi. 28. 

xxix.16. 
MicahviiS. 



OONFIBK. 

1 YP^ ^ ^ strong. ^ PnL imp, 

2 *11| to be strong ; to make firm. "SxPETLprti. 

8 Ptn to be strong in a prevailing degree, by soundness and oo- 
hesion of every part, so as to be firm and compact : opp. 
to npn, Isa. jczzv. 3 : Job zzvii. 6 : Prov. iv. 13 : and 
n^n, Isa. zzziz. I, &c. It is said, Judg. i. 38, "Israel 
was strong,** i.e. after they had increased so as to fill ^he 
land, being at first scattered and dispersed through it. 
A kingdom is confirmed by the union of mind and 
strength, 2 Kings ziv. 5. Kal ^prtt, HTPffni ^ti^. 
*part, 

4 1^3 to establish. PoLBL'pref. ^fui. Hiphil 'pref. 

8 vhi^ to fiU. PiXL pret. x Kings i. 14. 

6 *TDy to stand ; to make to stand. HiFHiL fut. 

7 D^p to stand upright; to establish. PiEL ^prO. ^inf. 'Ex- 

smL^pret. ^fut. •part. 



Num. XXX. 14 
Deut. xxviL 28. 
Euthiv.7. 
2Sam.viL24. 

1 Kmgs i 14. 

2 Kings xiv. 8. 
XV. 19. 



7o 
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fvLl7. 
Bsth.ix.29,a. 

ix.82. 
F8.1xviiL9.« 

ov. 10. 

a Ut, confirm it. 



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xliv.26. 


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7b 


Esek.xiiL8. 


7b 


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Diin.ix.12. 


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lx.27. 


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CONFISCATION. 

Bb]^ Ch. m. fine, mulct : Essra vii. 26, 

CONFOUND, CONFUSION, CONFUSED. 

1 ^li OQ^ Ashamed. ISjJj ^ pret, ^ imp, ''fut. ^ry'dl f.Aame. 

2 ?vB seems to combine all the meanings included in affuno, per* 

fugio, and confusio, and so to miz things together that 
the substance of each remains, and so to confound by 
such mixture; to confound language by its pronun- 
ciation, or rather by the introduction of strange words, 
miraculously caused. Thus we may deduce the pro- 
bability that the original language, the Hebrew, re- 
mained unchanged with some: comp. Latin, halbui, 
laJhutio ; and Or, fidpfiapos for fidXfia?<os. Kal *preL 
^fut, « ^^n m. foul pollution. 

8 "^H (see AaJicmed), to bring to confusion. Kal •prf. ^fut. 

4 Wn to be broken to pieces, to be dismayed. Hippn«, to break 
to pieces, fut, 

8 \^y ueeAthamcd, Ss^BSLpret. 

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6 D^3 BdQ Ashamed, NiPHAL»prrt. ^tmp. ^^irf. HoPHAL<>|)r««. 

• n^^3 /. shame, reproach. 

7 'fop m. contempt, shame, dishonour. 

8 \%\h m, emptinesSy vanity ; wasteness, desolation. 



Cten.xl7. 

zi.0. 
Lev. xTiiL28. 

XX. 12. 

1 Sam. XX. 80, 80. 

2 Kings xix. 28. 
Ezra uc 7. 
JobyL20. 

X.15. 
F^-xxiLS. 

XXXT.4,^ 

1ULXV.26. 

xl.14. 

xliv.lS. 

Ixix. 8. 

lxx.2,2. 

Ixxil. 18. 

]xxi24. 

lxxxiiLl7. 

xoviL7. 

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xxiv. 10. 


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xxii22. 


6a 


xxiv.28. 


8a 


xxxi. 18. 


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XXX. 8. 


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x1vl24. 




xxxiv. 11. 


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CONOEAIi. 

fe(£)p to draw in oneself, to contract ; to oonerete, to coagulate, 
as milk ; poet, of the sea. EIal pref. Exod. xv. 8. 

COjrOBATULATB. 
^a to bless ; to salute, to greet. FiSL inf. i Chron. xviiL lo. 

oo;a^OBEa4Tioir. 

1 DTK m. from D^^ to bind in a bundle, a congregatioA or collec- 

tion of people, ^s. Iviii. i : but the word might perhaps 
be rendered silence, and then the translation may be, 
** Do ye indeed speak silence of justice t" Silence of 
justipe is the suppression of that which is just and right 
in the representations supposed to have been made. In 
respect to David this was undoubtedly the case in the 
court of Saul. 

2 ^n adS. anything living ; collect, a family or body of people 

that live in one community and under one head. 

8 rn]g /. an appointed meeting, assembly; assembly, congregation, 
community of the Israelites ; a domestic or private com- 
pany, family, household. Job xvi. 7, xv. 34 ; any assem- 
bly, multitude, often in a bad sense, troop, band, gang, 
of wicked men : found chiefly in Num. and also in Bxod. 
and Lev. ; Exod. xii. 3, Spo, * "^^^^o m. appointment of 
time ; a coming together, assembly ; also the place of 
assembly, a synagogue, Ps. Ixxiv. 4 : it occurs in the 
expression 'tent or tabernacle of congregation' fre- 
quently, and in Num. xvi. a : Ps. Ixxiv. 4 ; Ixxy. 1 : 
Isa. xiv. 13. 

4 ?np m. a coming together, an assembling, the act ; an assembly, 
congregation, convocation, spec, of the assembly or con* 
gregation of the people of Israel for any cause, mostly 
for religious purposes ; in a wider sense, of any assembly 
or multitude of men, of troops, of nations, of the wicked, 
of the righteous, of angels, of the dead. • n^Tjp f. an 
assembly. ^ TySbripi^ f, pi. assemblies, especially of those 
who praise Grod. « D^^nj^p m, pi, id. 



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Ko. S, CcngngaHcn^ and No. 8 a, when ooourring in the expression "the tent 
or tabernacle of the congregation," not included. 

Lev. iv. H 21. 4 2 0hron.i8,5. 4 PB.xxTil2. 

XVL17,38. 4 vis, 8, 12, 18. 4 xxxv. 18. 

Num.x.7. 4 vii8. 4 xl.9,10. 

XV. 15. 4 XX. 6, 14 4 Iviii. 1. 

xvi 2. 8 a xxiii.8. 4 lxviii.lO. 

xvl8,8. 8.4 xxiv.«6. 4 lxviii.26. 

xvi 88,^. 4 xxviii.14. 4 Ixxiv. 4. 

xix.20. 4 xxix. 23, 28, 81, 88. 4 Ixxiv. 19. 

XX. 4, 10, 12. 4 XXX. 2, 4, 18, 17, 2i Ixxv. 2.a 

Beut. xxiii. 1, 2, S^ 8k 24,25,25. 4 lxxxix.5. 

8,8. 4 xxxilS. 4 cviL82. 

xxxLSO. 4 Ezra iL 64. 4 oxlix.1. 

xxxiiL4. 4 a x. 1,8, 12, 14. 4 Prov.v.14. 

Josh. viii. 85. 4 Neh. v. 18. 4 xxLlO. 

Judg. XXL6. 4 vii66. 4 xxvi. 26. 

1 Kings viiL H H 28i viii2,17. 4 Isa. xiv. 18. 

55,65. 4 xiii.L 4 Lam: i. 10. 

xiL 8. 4 Job XXX. 28. 4 Joel iL 16. ' 

1 Chron. xiiL 2, 4. 4 Ps. xxiL 22, 86. 4 Micah iL 6. 

xxviiLS. 4 xxvL6. 4 

xxix. 1. 10, 20, 20. 4 

a warg, *or, when I shall itake a set time.' See Acts i 7; eomp, Eer. xl17. 



OON8XOBATE. 

0*111 see Destroy f Devote. Hiphil pret. 

vbo to $11 ; to consecrate, 2tf . to fill the hand *t* ; some of the 
sacrifice being put into the hand, to be waved, and then 
borne to the altar. KAL*t97i|>. TiEL^preL ^vrf, *fiU, 
• D^mVd m, pi, consecration. 

•ITJ to separate. Htphtl ^pret, ^ np m. see Crown, 
Cn^ to be holy; to regard or treat as holy, to consecrate. 
PiEL ^pret, ^ inf, Pual ^part, * laJi^ m, holy. 

*7^ com, hand, is used with Mbp in passages marked *. 



Exod. xxviiL 8. 

xxviii.41.» 

XXix.9.a 

xxix. 22, 26, 27. 81, 
84. 

xxix. 29.* 88.» 

xxix. 85.* 

XXX. set. 

xxxii. 29.* ^ 

Lev. viL 87. 

TiiL 22, 28, 28, 8L 



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Num.iiL8.» 


2b 


xxix. SI.* 


8b 


vL7. 


8b 


xxix. 88. 


4d 


vL9. 


8b 


XXXL6. 


4 


VL12. 


8a 


Ezra uL 5. 


4o 


Josh. vL 19. 


4d 


£ftek.xliiL26.* 


8b 


Judg. xvii. 5,* 12.* 
lKSig8xiiL88.* 


2d 
2d 


Micah iv.U. 


1 



a W. fill the hand of Aaron and the hand of his sons. 

CONSENT. 

1 nSM to be willing, to acquiesce, ^e^ WiU, KALfiU, 

2 Tf\t^ to consent acquiesce, submit. Niphal/u^ 
8 C^tC m. a man. 

4 rip m, the heart. 

6 tVn to delight in ; to approve. Kal fut. 

6 D3tS^ m. shoulder. 

V : 

7 yp^ to hear, obey. Kal/iU. 

Gen. xxxiv. 10, 22^ 28. 

DeutxiiLS. 
1 ISam. xL 7. 
lKing8xx.8. 



2King8xti.8. 


2 


Dan.L14 


5 


H08.VL9. 


UiiiiLS. 


4 


Zeph.iiL9. 


Prov.LlO. 


I 





OONSIBXB. 

1 nip« to say. KALfia. 

2 r^ to distinguish ; to consider, to understand, which depends 

on the powerof discerning. With inf., consider diligently. 
Kal *inf, ^imp, Kal and Hiphil ^fia, Bjj^exXm 
*M»p. •part, HiTHPOLBL 'pre*. *imp, ^fu^. 



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8 Dpt to deyise, to purpose : to consider with a fixed deliberate 

purpose. Kal fret. 
4 3S^n to think, count, reflect. Pikl prtt, 
6 yV toknow, to be sensible o£ Kal •pre^. ^imp, ^fvJt, ^part. 
'^ Poel. 

6 3/ fl». ^e heart ; to consider, lU, to set the heart on. 

7 227 m. id. 

T" 

8 t^2^ to look with consideration and attention. HiFHiL*tiiip. 

9 P?^ to g:ive. Kal pret. 

10 Jp8 to cut up, or divide ; to take a distinct view or survej 
(hence Pisgah) ; some, to extol, to raise up. Pikl imp. 

U T\Vr\ to see, with thought and reflection, with attention ; to 
take good notice ; to look upon with a kind, firiendlj, 
compassionate affection ; to respect, to regard. Kal 
*pret. ^imp. ^fuL 

12 2'^^ to return. Hiphil •jjrrt. ^fut. 

13 D^b to put, set» or place ; to consider ; Heb. to set the heart 

on; sometimes without 1^, the heart. Kal *j>re^. 
^imp. «/«<. 

14 n^C^ to set ; with 3b to consider. Kal fui. 

16 ^Sb^ to look at, to look at with the mind, to consider, to attend 
to ; to be or become intelligent, prudent, wise ; it im- 
plies maturity of understanding or judgment, Hiphil 
•prrf. ^part. «b3tp Ch. Ithpasl port. 

16 VP^ to hear, to hearken. Kal pret. 



Bxod.mdiilS. 


lib 


Lev. xiiL 13. 


11 a 


Deut.iv.89.« 


12 a 


Tiii. 5. 


6a 


xiiiL7. 


2b 


xxxiL29. 


2c 


Judg. xvui. 14 


5b 


xix.80./3 


13b 


1 Sam. xii 24. 


lib 


XIV. 17. 


lib 


iKingsiiiSL 


2h 


T.8. 


16 


2 Kings V. 7. 


6b 


JobL8. 


18 a, 6 


iL8. 


13a,6 


xLll. 


2h 


xziiLlS. 


2h 


xxxiv. 27. 


16 a 


xxxvii.14. 


U 


Pkv.l. 


viiiS. 


11 c 


ix.18. 


lib 


xilLS. 


8a 


XXV. 19. 


lib 


xxxi.7. 


11a 



P8.zxxiiL15. 


2e 


xxxvii 10. 


2 f 


xlLl. 


16 b 


xlv. 10. 


lib 


xlviiilS. 


10 


1.22. 


2b 


lxiv.9. 


16a 


lxxviL5. 


4 


cxix.96. 


2h 


cxix. 163, 169. 


lib 


Prov. vi. 6. 


lib 


xxi.12. 


16 b 


xxiii. 1. 


2ac 


xxiv. 12. 


2 c 


xxiy.32. 


14.6 


xxviiL22. 


60 


xxix.7. 


6d 


xxxi. 16. 


8 


Bcclea. iv. 1. 


11 


iv.4,16. 


11a 


v.l. 


6d 


viLl8,14, 


lib 


ix.1. 


9 


l8a.L8. 


2 f 


V.12. 


11a 



l8a.xiv.16. 

xvm.4.Y 

xU.20. 

xli22. 

xliii.18. 

xhv. 19. 

liLl6. 

lvii.l. 
Jer. ii. 10. 

ix.17. 

xxiii. 20. 

XXX. 24. 

xxxiii. 24. 
Lam. i. IL 

U.20. 

v.l. 
Esek. xii 8. 

xvui. 14. 28. 
Ban. vii. B.i 

viii. 6. 

ix. 23. 
Hos.vii.8. 
Hag.L6. 

i.7. 

iL 16, 18. 18. 



8h 
8b 

18 a 

18a.6 

2h 

12b 
2 f 
2e 
2g 

U 

2h 

11a 

8a 

8a 

8a 

11 c 

11 c 

16 

2e 

2d 

1 

18 b. 7 

18 b, 7 

18 b, 7 



a lit. caose to return ta fi lit. put to ^ourselves upon it. y marg, 

'or, regard my set dwelling-place.' d lit. was considering. 

OONSOLATIOir. 

ntorCJri /. pL compassion, consolations ; see Comfort, Cvp. Job 
vn\\\ xxi. a. D'omjn m. pi. Isa. Ixvi, ii ; Jer. 
xvi. 7. 

OONSFIBB. 

1 ^33 to deceive. Hithpael/u<. 

2 *^P^ to bind, to join together ; to conspire ; with the noun, to 

make a conspiracy. Kal ^pret. ^fut. ^part. Poel. 
Huhpael <> pre^. •ftU, ^part. ' "^^1? w. conspiracy. 



Gen. xxxvii. 18. a 

1 Sam. xxiL 8, 18. 

2 Sam. XV. 12. 
XV. 81. 

1 Kings XV. 27. 
xvi. 9. 

xvi. 16. 

2 Kings ix. 14 
X.9. 



1 
2a 
2R 
2o 
2b 
2b 
2a 
2e 
2a 



2King8xiL20. 


2bg 


2 Chron. xxiv. 25. 


2d 


xiv. 19. 


'\l 


xxiv. 26. 


2 f 


XV. 10, 26. 


XXV. 27. 


'\l 


XV. 16. 


2ag 


xxxiiL24i 


XV. SO. 


2bg 


xxxiu.26. 


20 


xvii.4. 


|g 


Neh.iv.8. 


2b 


xxi. 23. 


Jer. xi. 9. 


2R 


xxi. 24. 


2o 


Bzek. xxii. 25. 


2ff 


2 Chron. xxiv. 21. 


2b 




Sa 



a i.e. craftily conspired ; Gr. cvoin)pcvoKro, they malignantly plotted. 

CONSTANT, 
ptn to be strong ; implying diligence and perseverance ; sej. 

\ c. infin. "KAL/ut. 1 Chron. xxviii. 7. 
ny3 m. perpetuity : Prov. xxi a8, constantly, i.e. shall not be 

silenced. Comp, xii. 19. 

OONSTELIiATION. 
?^D3 m. see Orion: Isa. xiii. 10. 

CON8TBAIN. 
ptn to be strong ; to take fast hold. HiPHlL^. 1 Eangs It. 

8 ; marg. * laid hold on him.' 
p^V to be straitened ; to press, to urge. HTPmTi prtt. Job 

xxxii. 18. 

OONSUIiT. 
tDJT Ch. to counsel. Ithpael prtt. 
YSf^ to consult, to advise ; i. e. both to take and give counseL 

Kal •pret. Niphal ^pret. ^fut. Hithpael ^ftU. 
?{PD to reign : the sense is uniform, except in one place where 

it is figuratively applied to a man's own heart or spirit. 

NlPHAL/rt<. 

7H^ to ask, to inquire; to ask counsel. Kal *pret. ^part, 
Poel. 



Deut. xviiL 11. 


4b 


Neh.v.7.« 


8 


Esek. xxi. 21. 


4a 


1 Kings xii. 6. 8. 


2c 


P8.1xii.4. 


2a 


Dan. vi. 7. 


1 


1 Chron. xiii. 1. 


20 


Uxxiii.8. 


2d 


MicahvL6. 


2a 


2 Chron. xx. 21. 


2o 


lxxxiiL5. 


2b 


iiab.iLlO. 


2a 



a marg. * my heart consulted in me,' i. e. my resolution prevailed over my fear { 
I took courage. 

CONSUME, CONSUMPTION, CONSUMMATION. 

1 /3K to eat, to consume, &c. Kal '•pret. ^fut. ^part. PoeL 

Niphal ^ipre^. •/«*• Pikl'/«<. Pual 8j)rrf. ^paH. 
HiPHiL > inf. k nV3H/. meat, fuel, &c. 

2 ^DK to take away, to remove, to gather. Kal ^inf. ^part, 

" ' Paul. 

3 n^B (see Old), to be worn out with age and use, to be wasted. 

Kal •/««. PiEL »> inf. 

4 /T3 to take away by force ; to spoil, to rob, to plunder. EIal 

fut. 
6 Tiyi to be extinguished. Niphal pret. 

6 D^n to harass, to throw into confusion in order to destroy. 

Kal inf. 

7 7Dn to waste and consume, as locusts and cateipillan. Kal 

fut. 

8 tSn^ to possess. PiEL ftU. 

9 n^3 to be quite done, to be finished, to be brought to an 

end. Kal* pret. ^inf. ^fu$, FiXL^prtt, •inf. 



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^imp, 9fui, ^pprt. »njj /. completion; desl^iio- 
tion. ^ )^^^a m. that which tenninateSy destniction. 

10 i^ to melt^ to flow down ; to cause to melt awaj and perish. 

11 HDD to flow down ; to dissolye. "BiBEXLfut, 

18 Pi^ to melt, to pine away. N^FHAL^pref. ^fvi, Hifhil 

13 ^^D to snatch awc^; to make an end of, to cause to cease ; 

to destroy. Kal *pr««. */ii#. HiPffin. ^fui. «>l^D Ch. 
Aphbl/v<. 

14 nfiD to scn^M, to take dean away, to destroy. ELiL *prd» 

^fia. NiPHAL ^fut. 



Iff nb^ to make. 


'SJJupret, 








16 K^ to fiJl away, to pine away, to become old. ^JLLped. 


17 noy to cut off. TiELpreU 








18 nan to be relapsed, slackened, to coU^we ; d grass consumed 




by the flame. Kal fia. 






10 nan?^/. 


coDsumption, wasting away of the body. 




20 *!DC^ <5h. to destaroy. AphbIi 


inf. 






21 DDri to 


complete, to finish; 


to be exhausted, spent 


Kal 




^pret. »»»nf. •/ttt. 


NiPHAL 


^fut. TTtphtt. •pret. 




'inf. 








'Gen.ziz.lS.lT. 
ixxi.40. 


14 
la 


«Kh|.lIM«M*^^ 


I8a.xxviii.88. 


01 
Oa 


xliSO. 


Od 


Tii.lS. 


21a 


10 


Szod.iii3. 


Ih 


xiii. 17, 19. 




Uvil7. 


ISb 


XV. 7. 


lb 


2 Chron. viL L 




Jer.v.8. 


Od 


zxii.6. 


Id 


viH.8. 




vi20. 


81a 


xxzii.lO. 


9g 


xviii 10. 




viil.13. 


aa»13o 


zzxiiia. 


9% 


Ezra ix. 14. 




lx.16. 


Oe 


waiiia. 


19 


Neh.ii8,18. 


16»9 1 


Z.25. 


9e 


ixKiii.0. 


ix.51.a^ 


zii.4 . 


14 a 


Lev.TilO. 


. 1^ 


Esth.ix.24. 




xiv.18. 


Oh 


iz.24. 


l«,9h 


Job 1.16. 




xiv.lff. 


81d 


^^xivi 16.16. 


iv.O. 




xvi4. 


00 


Kum.zil. 


lb 


vLl7. 




XX. 18. 


Oo 


xiL12. 


le 


vii.O. 




xxiv. 10k 


81b 


xiv.35. 


21d 


xiii 28. 




xxvil.8. 


eib 


xvi21.«. 


9g 


XV. 84. 




xxxvl.28. 


81b 


«Ti86. 


14 c 


xix.27. 




xliv. 12, 18. 


fllad 


xvi.86. 


lb 


XX. 86. 




xliv.18,27. 


81a 


xvlLlS. 


81a 


xxii. 20. 




xlix.27. 


la 


xxi.28. 


la 


xxiv. 10. 




xlix.87. 


Oe 


XXV. U. 


Od 


xxxi.18. 




Lam.ii28. 


Od 


xxxiLlS. 


21b 


xxxiii.21. 




111.28. 


81 a 


Deutiiia, 


21b 


P8.vi.7. 




Esek.iv.17. 


12 a 


ii.l6. 


21a 


xviii 87. 




V.12. 


Oo 


iv.24. 


Ic 


xxxi9.10. 




xiii 18. 


i 


T.26. 


lb 


xxxvii.20,20. Oa 


xiii 14. 


Oa 


viLlC. 


la 


xxxix. 10. 


Oa 


xlx.ia. 


la 


viL88. 


Oe 


xxxix. U. 


11 


XX. 18. 


Oe 


ix.S. 


lo 


x1iT.14 


8b 


xxi28.Y. 


1 1 


xxviiLSl. 


Oe 


lix.18,18. 


f 


xxii 16. 


81e 


xxviiLsa. 


19 


Ixxi 18. 


00 


xxii. 81. 


Od 


xxvia.89. 


7 


IxxiiilO.^ 


IBa^Sla 


xxiv. 10. 


81 f 


xxviiL42. 


8 


IxxviiiSS. 


Og 


xxiv.U. 


81c 


nxii.22. 


lb 


Ixxviii68. 


la 


xxxiv.80. 


8b 


Josh. V. 6. 


21b 


XC.7. 


Oa 


xzxv. 18. 


Ik 


vUi.24. 


21b 


oiiS. 


Oa 


xUii8. 


9g 


X.20. 


21b 


civ. 86. 


21d 


xlvii.12. 


8lS 


xxiv. 20. 


Od 


cxix. 87. 


Od 


Dan. 11. 44. 


18d 


Judg. vi 21. 


lb 


cxix. 130. 


17 


vli.26. 


20 


18Am.ii88. 


oe 


Prov. V. 11. 


Ob 


ix.27. 


9 i 


Xii.25. 


14 c 


lM.i28. 


Oc 


xil&8 


Oi 


XV. la 


Oe 


V.24. 


18 


Hos. xi. 6. 


Od 


2Sam.xxiff. 


Od 


vii.20. 


14 b 


Zeph.i8. 


8a»18o 


xxiL88. 


Oe 


X.18. 


SI 


1.8.8. 


18 


JSxlLJW. 


9k 


X.22. 


Zeoh. V. 4 


Od 


1 Kings xviii 88. lb 


X.28. 


01 


xiv.18.18,18. 


IScbb 


xxii. 11. 


Oe 


xvi.4t 
xxviilO. 


81a 
Od 


MaLiii6. 


Oa 



a lU. didst not make them a constuiipti<m. p lit, they are at an end, 

they are consumed. y Ut. to cause to est* or oonBume; camp, 8aain.ii86. 
6 ^and destruction in his hand 



GOSTTAIV. 

1 D^3 m. a house, a container of anything. 

2 TO to hold or coata^i ; the primaxy meaning may b^ye been 

that which is given to i Kings viii. 2y, and a Chron. vi. 
1 8, by the Lxx. ikpKfiy, to be sufficient. PiLPBL *fvL 
BlFBlL^iftf. ""fia. 
8 Kb^3 to bear; to contain, to be sufficient for. EIal inf. 



1 Kings vii8e^ 88. 


80 8Chron.u.9. 


8a Esek.xxlli8S./i 


8b 


▼iiia7. 


8a vil8. 


8a zlv.U. 


8 


xviii 88.a 


1 







a M<. as the house of two measurei. 



p ltt.it is great to contaiiL 



COVTSlIir, OONTEKPT. 
1 M 4o despise with mockeiy, and openly: with inf., utterly 

contemn. QwDupitc Kal ^ inf. ^ftd. oiuai. oon- 

tempt. 
8 njl to despise through pride; see JktpiH. Nifeal *part, 

i>|V|i m. contempt. 

3 t^K*n tn. a thrustiiig away; see Alhcr. 

4 DWS) to refuse, reject as vile and worthless, with disdain and aver- 

sioo ; see Abhor, Ji^feet. Kal ^paH. Pod. It belongs 
not to this work to explain the two yeiy obscure verses 
in Ezek. xxi. i«, 13 ; the reader most consult the bast 
commentators. See Fairbaim. 
a ftp to treat with scorn and contumely ; see Abhor, Kal ^pnt. 
PlBL*>pr««. 

6 n^^ to be light, to be made light ot NsSAL prd. 

7 Vpp to be light ; to be lightly esteemed ; to bring into con- 

tempt. filFHiL inf. 



E8th.il8. 
Job xil. 81. 

xxxi84. 
P8.X.18. 

XV. 4. 

9xil8. 



8b 
1 
lo 
6b 
4b 
Ic 



Fs.cvlill« 

cvii40. 

cxix. 28. 

cxxUi ^ 4. 
Prov. xviii. 8. 
Cant.vlii7. 



6a 

lo 
Ic 
1 
lo 
lab 



l8a.xvi.14 




xxUiO. 




EBek.xxi.lO^U. 




Ban. xil. 8. 




Maii7.18. 


8a 


iiO. 


8a 



OONTEND, OONTBNTION. 
niB to throw things into confusion, to stir up strife or war; to 

contend with, seg. 1. HiTHPABL-*tmp. ^ftU. 
f^ to judge; to plead, to debate; to strive, to wrangle. EIal 
*m/. ^]^'^^ m. strife, discord: a man of contention 
may be taken, either -actively of one ready to contend, 
or passively of one who is liable to contentions with and 
from others ; so Jer. zy. 10, it seems, ought to be under- 
stood. Schmidt conceives both meanings may be in- 
cluded : "Ego habeor et videor vir rixosus, 6t cum quo 
illi vicissim rixentur, nt reprehendam illos, illique vids- 
sim me." ^ D^U79 ^* P^' strifes, contentions, 
mn to bum, to be wroth, tp contend eagerly. HiPHlLyift 
r\tD f strife, oontenti<m ; see Strife. Mi^S9 /. Hi. 
yn to contend, to strive, to quarrel ; to plAMl a cause ; see 
Strive, Kal •in/, ^imp. ^fut. ^ in; m. an adveTsary. 
* 1^*? m. strife, quarrel ; cause, suit. 
tDBC^ see Plead. Niphal, to contend before a judge, pari. 



Deut. li 9. lb 

li24. la 

Neh. xiii 11, 17, 86. 60 

Job ix. 8. 6 a 

z.a. 60 



Job xiii 8. 


60 


xxxilS. 


6e 


x].2.a 


6a 


Prov. xiii 10. 


4 


zviil4. 


6e 



Prov. xviii 6w 
xviii 18, 10. 
xix.18. 
xxilO.^ 
xziilOi 



6e 

80 
80 
80 
ab 



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Prov. xxiiL 29. 

xxvi. 21. 

xxvii. 15. 

xxviu.4. 

zzix.9. 
Ecdes. vi. 10. 



90 
20 
2o 
lb 
6 
8a 



Ifla.xIL12. 

zlix. 26. 26. 

L8. 

lvii.l«. 
Jer. ziL 6. 



4 a I Jar. zv. 10. 
6 d xviiL 19. 
6 o Amos viL 4. 
i o Micah vi. l.y 
8 Hub. L 8. 



8b 

6d 
6a 
6b 
8b 



a lit. contending. /S W.awomanofoontention. . yKCor.ooDtendwifh. 

OOKTTBNT. 

1 iXM to aoquieBoe, to rest content ; see WiU. Kal /«<. 

a 7^ to be willing ; see WUL Hipbil, implying a force applied 
to the will, to undertake, to attempt what is difficult or 
painful ; see Begim, &c. ; to yield to entreaties, to allow, 
not to refuse ; to jield to temptation (see WiU) ; of God, 
who yields to prayers or hia own |Mty (see Please), 
HiPHiL*pre*. ^imp. «/«*• 

8 X) to be good. KALftU. 

4 fy com. eye. 

6 ypC^' to hear. KALfui. 



Gen. xzzriL 27. 
Elod. U. 21. 
I<ey.x.20.a 
Josh.Tii.7. 



6 
20 
8.4 
2a 



Jadff.xviLll. 

xix.6. 
2King8T.8S. 



80 
2b 
8b 



2KinpsTi8. 
Job VL 28, 
Prov.Ti86. 



8b 

8b 

1 



am.itina good ill his eyes. 



OOKTINUB, OOHTINUANOB, OONTINVAIi. 

1 IHK tetany. TiXL part. 

2 \0H to sustafai. NiFHAL, to be of long contiliuaiice : part. 

3 ^33 m. weeping. 

4 lU to sojourn. HiTHPAlL part, 

5 "ni to sweep away. HiTHPASL pari, of a whirlwind sweep- 

ing all before it. 

6 ?lpn to walk, to go. Eal • m/. ^part, PoeL 

7 PIT] to hold £ut, to hold to anything. Hiphil pret. 

fl yy2 to thrust ; to fofiow one another oontinnaUy. Eal part. 

PoeL . 
9 D^** m. a day, continually ; ffeb, all the days, all day, Wery 

day. 
10 ^p^ to add. Hiphil yu^. 

il ae^ to sit, to dwell ; to remain. Kal •pret, ^fiiL 
Is p^ to lodge, remain. "KALftU. 

18 ^^^ to draw out, to protract, prolong. Eal unp. 

14 ]U to haye offiipring ; to be propagated, to flourish. Niphal 

fut. or Hiphil fut. 3^n3 , which Gussetius adopts, and 
renders the sentencO "his name shall beget sons." 
Comp. Isa. liii. lo, ii. 

15 feCfe^ to lift up, to utter aloud, to lift up the voice in. Eal 

•v. 

10 itiD /. a turning away. 

17 bfAV ^' ^or ever ; perpetual. 

18 %y to stand, to stay; remain, remain alive. "Kal •pret, 

^fut, 

19 n^ com. time, season ; oontinuaUy ; lit. in all time. 

20 D^ to rise up ; to stand, to stand fiwt, remain. Eal •fut, 

"BiSBlL^fyt, 
81 n^"} to multiply. Hiphil f>f^ 



22. 2^^ to return. Ealii^^ 
83 \^f to dwelL Eal^W. 

24 K'J'nri Ch. /. Oircuit ; continuity, perpetuity. 

25 *T^D m. continuance, perpetuity, i. e. perpetual time, as moving 

on continually without interruption : Ezek. xxzix. 14, 
"continual employment," marg, 'continuance;* con- 
tinual, continually: Exod. xxviii 29, &0. 
rPn to be, is sometimes rendered to continue. 
No. 26 not included. 



Gen. vL 6. 


9 


viii.S. 


• a, 22 


viii.6. 


6a 


Blod. xxi. 21. 


18 b 


Lev. xii. %, 5. 


lib 


Deut. xxviii. 69, 


69. 2 


Josh, vi lS.a 


6a 


'^l]': 


11 a 


18 b 


lSam.Ll8. 


21 


nil. 14. 


2Da 


xviii.29./8. 


9 


2 Sam. vL 11. 


lib 


XV. 12. 


6b 


xix. 18.fl 
lKingHiL4. 


9 


80b 



1 Kings xxii. 1. 


lib 


Ps. oxxxix. 16. 


9 


2 Chron. xu. 16./I 


9 


C1I.2.* 


9 


Neh. V. 16. 


7 


Prov.vi.14. 


19 


Job L t.fi 


9 


xix. IS. 


8 


xiv.2L 


18 b 


xxvli.16. 


8 


XV. 29. 


80a 


Isa. V. 11. 


1 


xvii.2. 


12 


xiv.S. 


18 


xxvii.1. 


10.15 


Ixiv. 5. 


17 


xxix. 1. 


10,16 


Jer. XXX. 2S. 


4or 6 


Ps. xxxvi 10. 


IS 


XXXSL14. 


18b 


xm.8.y 


9 


xxxiii.l8./5 


9 


xliv.l6.y 


9 


xlvuLfi. 


8 


lii.l.a 


9 


Ezek. xxxix. 14. 


26 


lxxii.l7. 


14 


Dan. vi. 16. 20. 


24 


oii.28. 


28 


xL8. 


18b 


exix.91. 


18a 






/l<<t.aUthedaj8. 


yil/. all the day. 


iUL 



a lit. went on to ga 
everyday. « M<. all day. 

OOBTTBABT. 

?|Dn to turn. Niphal, turned to the contraiy : m^. Esth. ix. x. 

IJDH and ^DJi m, Ezek. xvi. 34, 34. 
^p m, hostile encounter : Lev. xxvi 11, 13, 24, 17, 18, 40, 41. 

OOBTTKITB. 
K31 to bruise, to break ; see Break. Niphal part, Isa. Ivii. 

15. M|^ a4j. cmdied, broken in spirit : Ps. xxxiv. 18 ; 

Isa. Ivii. 15. 
213*1 nearly the same. Niphal jxirf. Ps. 11. 17. 
ns^ ac^, smitten in spirit : Isa. Ixvi. 1. 

OOKra«KOVBKST. 
y^ m. strife, contention: Deut. xviL 8; xix. 17; zxi. 5; 
XXV. 1 : 2 Sam. xv. 2 : 2 Chron. xix. 8 : Isa. xxxiv. 8 : 
Jer. XXV. 31 : Ezek. xliv. 24 : Hos. iv. i ; xii. 1 : Micah 
vi. a, 2. 

COWVEiriBNT. 
ph m, BeePortum. Prov. xxx. 8, marg. 'of my allowance,* i.e. 
give me so much as the law of nature, or the law of my 
necessity or convenience, calls for, to fit me for duty ; 
with this statute bread let me be fed ; let others have 
their full tables, this shall serve my turn. — Caryl in loc. 
IC^ adj. right : Jer. xL 4, 5, lit. *\ghi in thine eyes. 

coirvEBSAir'r. 

T|pn to walk ; to be conversant. Eal part. Pool, Josh. viiL 
35. HiTHPAEL prst. I Sam. xxv. 15. 

OONVEBSATIOir. 
l|*n eofH, Way : Ps. xxxvii. 14 ; 1. 23. 

OOKTVEBT. 

Tfbt\ to tnm. Niphal /tt<. Isa. Ix. 5. 

2W to return. Eal/«<. Ps. U. 13 : part. Poel, Isa. L 27 ; vi. 
10. Hiphil part, restoring, Ps. xix. 7. 



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OOWVET. 

^^^ to pass ; to canBe to pass. Hiphil/u<. Neh. iL 7. 
D^b to pat, set, plaoe. ILAi^fut. i Kings y. 9. 

OOKTVINOE. 
T\y^ to show, to proye in order to conyince. HlFHiL pwt. 
Job zxxii. I a. 

OONVOOATIOir. 

^?!?P ^' ^ calling together, conyocation ; oonyocation, assembly, 
8e, for worship and for the perfonuanoe of sacred rites : 
Exod. xii 16, 16 : Ley. xxiil a, 3, 4, 7, 8, ai, 24, 17, 
35» 3^> 37 I Num. xxviii. 18, 15, a6 ; xxix. 1, 7, la. 

OOOE. 

nag) m. a slaughterer ; a cook : i Sam. iz. 13, 94. n^ni^ /. 
I Sam. yiii. 13. 

OOOIi. 

ntl com, wind : Qen. iiL 8, cool breeze. 

ooFiira. 

n&tD m. the expanded open palm of the hand ; in architecture, 
prob. the corbd, projecting stone on which timber if 
laid : i Kings yii. 9. 

COFFEB. 

DB^i see Bran, Ezra yiil 17, marg, 'yellow, cr, shining brass.' 

COFULATIOZr. 

riM^ /. lying: Ley. xy. 16, 17, 18. 

OOFT. 

pnp see (To Remove) ; to transfer, to transcribe. Hifhil pret, 
Proy. XXV. i. 

}3^& m, a transcript, copy, e,g, of a letter: Ezra yii. ix. 

IJ^-jB Ch. m, Ezra iy. ix, 23; y. 6. IJ^nff m. Esth. 

iii 14; iy. 8; yiii. 13. 
n^Kte m, second, double ; copy : Deut. xyiL i8 ; Josh. yiii. 31. 

COB. 

*lb m. see Mecuure, Ezek. xly. X4. 

OOBAL. 

ntoS'J /. l)Z. high priced or precious thmgs ; according to the 
Babbins, red coral : Job xxyiii 18, mora, *or, Bamoth :' 
Ezek. xxvii. 16. 

OOBD. 

1 ^3H and ^3n c<nn, a cord, a rope. 

2 t3^n m, a thread, a twine, a line, a cord. 

8 in^ m. a cord fastened to the upper part of a tent, and tied 
upon full stretch to a pin driven into the g^und at a 
convenient distance from the tent, to keep it firm and 
steady ; see Pin, • "^n'D m, string, cord. 

4 nb]^ com. wreathen chains or cords, such as captives were 
bound with. 



Exod. xxxy. 18. 


8a 


JobzlLl. 


xzxix.40. 


8 a 


P8.ii..S. 


Kum. iiL 26^ 37. 


8a 


cxvUl £7. 


^iv.86,82. 


8a 


cxxix.4. 


Josh. u. 16. 




cxl.6. 


Ju(ig.xv.l8,14 




Prov. V. 22. 


Esth. L 6. 




Ecdee. iy. 18. 


Job XXX. 11. 




ziie. 


zxxTiS. 







Isa.y.18. 

xxxiii20. 

liv.8. 8 

Jer. X. 20. 8 

^xxxyiiL6,ll.U18. 
Esek. xxvii 84b 
H08.XL4. 
MicahiLS. 



OOBIANDEB. 

*7| m. an aromatic seed, round ; to which maxma is compared : 
Exod. xvi. 31 ; Num. xL 7. 

OOBMOBANT. 

DKjJ /. see Pdiean. Isa. xxxiv. xi ; Zeph. it 14. 

y(?^ m, a sea-fowl, a species of pelican which casts itself from 

high rocks into the water after fish : Lev. xi 17 ; Deut. 

xiv. 17. 

OOBir. 

1 ?y21 m, that which has been mixed. 

a }3 »»• A son : Isa. xxL 10, marg. 'the son of my floor,' {,€. 

threshed grain ; used also as a meat-ofikring. 
8 *l|l and *l|l m. wheat, and every kind of grain. 
4 p}| m. a threshingfloor. 

8 \sn^ m, com beaten out of the ear, or bruised, previous to bebg 
roasted. 

6 \yi m, com of any kind, wheat^ barley, &c : Gen. xxviL 

18, 37, &c. 

7 *1^^ m, old com, the produce of the past year, as rr^^in the 

produce of the present year. Josh. v. ii, X3 ; or, the 
produce of the earth, opposed to manna, the bread of 
heaven. 

8 HDp /. standing com. 

»rtB^*l /. pi. pounded com, or grains, grits, polenta; or boiled 
wheat, which was afterwards pounded, and then laid 
out to dry. 
10 13C^ m. grain, oom. 

See also Bkotit, Sladt, Eart, fta 



Gen. xU. 88, 40. 


8 


xlii. 1.2, 11^28. 


10 


xliL8.26. 


8 


xliii. 2. 


10 


xliv.2. 


10 


xlv.28. 


8 


xlviili. 


10 


Exod.xxii.8. 


8 



No. 6 not included. 
Lev. IL 14 18. 
Beut xtL 9. 

XYLlS. 

xxiii25,25. 
Josh. ▼. 11, 12. 
Judg. XV. 6, 6. 
2Sam.xyiL19. 
Jobxxiy.8.a 



Jobzxxix.4 
FS.lxv.18. 

lxxii.ie. 
Prov. xi. 26. 
Isa.xviift. 

xxLlO.^ 
Amos yiii f. 



10 



a marg. 'mingled com, or, dredge.' 



p maty.* son of my floor.' 



OOBNEB. 

T\\^t f, pi. comers, comers of an altar ; cornerstones ; the 
comer columns of a palace, beautifully sculptured^ 

^3 com. a wing ; remoter parts of the earth or a countxy. 

f\T\2 f. the shoulder ; side or comer of a building. 

nK8 according to Gesenius, to blow away ; or, scatter as with 
the wind : our version considers it as a denominative from 
the following noun, to scatter into comers. HiPHiL 
^fut. ^ HMl /. side, quarter, region ; extreme part, ex- 
tremity, comer. In Amos iii. 1 2, supposed to mean the 
comer where the bed is put aside in the daytime. 



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ma to tarn ; to look towftrda. Kal •fwH. PoeL ^ n|B /. a 

corner, an angle, pr. exterior, a« of a house, of a street ; 

also interior, as of a roof, of a court, of a city : nutaph. 

ptlnoe, chief of a people, on whom as a comevstone the 

burden of a state rests. <> )i m. a corner. 
DP& com, tread of the foot ; foot of man : Getenius, pi, artifidal 

feet, of the comers of the ark. 
}f?^ /. rib. 

nvp m. end, extremity. 
yVP to scrape off ; applied to the comer or bend of a building. 

HoPHAL •port. »> S^Sjjo m. an angle, comer." • n5>Sj70 /. 

pL id. 



Bzod. zzv. IS. 
zzy.26. 
zxviSS. 
zzviM. 
zzTiLS. 

XIX. 4 . 

xzxvi.25. 

zxxn.2&i 

lzXTi.80. 

xzzTiLS. 

xxxvi iU. 

xxKviLV* 

zxxTiiLa. 
hev. xiz. 9, 27, S7. 

Xxi.6. 

<xm.22. 
Kom. xxiT. VI^ 
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4b 
9 
9b 
6b 

8 

7 
4b 
9o 
9b 

6 
4b 

7 
5b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
4b 
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lKin«sviLM^ 

▼11.84. 
2 Kings zL U, 11. 

iiv.15. 
SOIiron. HI*. 28. 

xxvi. 9. 

xxvilL24. 
S^eh-iu. 14^81, SSL 

ii.22. 
Job 1. 19. 

xxxYiiL8. 
Pk.ozTiiL9l 

cxliv.12. 
ProT. yii. 8. 

▼11.12. 

Xzi9. 

Xx^.24 



4b 
8 
6b 
8 
6b 
6a 
6b 
6b 
6b 
4b 
6b 
6b 
8b 
1 
6e 
6b 
8b 
8b 



Isa.zi.12. 

zx^iSLl8. 
Jer. Iz. 28. 

zx^. 28. 

Xzzi.8&40. 

sIvULTL 

Z11Z.8S. 

1L26. 
Bzek.viL8. 

zIl22. 

XlilL28. 

zlv. 19. 

zhri2l,8L 

zlvi22,28. 
Amos Hi 12. 
Zech.lz.16. 

Z.4. 

!!▼. 10. 



2 
611 
4b 
4b 
6b 
4b 
4b 
6b 



6b 
6b 
9b 
9ba 
4b 
1 

8b 

50 



OOBirST. 



^P?V?? iii'Pi' * musieal instrument or rattle which ga^e a tinkling 
■oimd on being shaken ; so 6r. trtlwrpa from ^tm. The 
sistram was used in Egypt In the worship of IsLs ; see 
the description and figures of it in Wilkinson's Mann, 
and Gust, of the Ancient Egyptians, ii. p. 313, &c. ; 1 
Sam. vi. 5. Yulg. tufra. 
^p Ch. /. a wind instrument^ horn, oomet : Dan. iii. 5, 7, 
10,15. 
^tM f»> a tmmpet with a clear shrill sound : I Ghron. zv. 18 : 
a OlnmL sv. 14 : Ps. zcriit 6 : Hos. t. 8. 

OOBF8B. 

n*1l /. lN>dy ; dead body, carcase, of men or animals : Nah. iii. 

3,3' 
*)JB m. a ooipse, exhausted body, of man, of beast : 9 Kings 

xix. 55 : Isa. szxfiL 36. 

COBBBOT, 

1 np^ to show, to prove ; to eorrect^ reprove, convinoa ; to re- 

buke, to punish. HiPHlL •in/, ^fut, •nna^n /. oor- 
reotion. 

2 *^p^ to correct, chastise ; to instract, admonish. Niphal ^'fiU, 

PiBL ^preL *imp. ^fvi, •T^m m. correction, admo- 
nition, inatnustion. 
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xzxnLlS. 


8 


P8.zzziz.ll. 


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xdv. 10. 


Prov. ill. 11. 


ic 


iii. 12. 


lb 


vii.28. 


2e 



Prov. x^. 10. 


26 


[Jer.T.8. 




zzli.l6. 


2e 


▼ii28. 




zziii.18. 


£• 


X.24. 




zziz.17. 


2c 


zzz.lL 




Je^Htl?' 


13 


H.tl^^ 




liSO. 


2e 


Zsub.iii8. 





OOBBTTFT. 

V^ consumption, destraction : wasted away. 

*1P3 see ItebvJx. Applied to God's judgment in Mbuking the 
seed that it shall not produce a harvest. Kal part, Poel. 

73n to deal perversely or corraptly ; to spoil ; to be destroyed. 
With if{f., to deal very corruptly. Kal ■yrd. ^itrf, 
PoAL ^pret. 

tfin Bee DiifiU ; niao ffypooriie. HiPHiL/ia. 

p^ to waste away ; to cause to waste away, is. gradoally to 
ruin others by oppression: according to modem lexi- 
cographers, to mock and deride. Hiphil fut. 

PfSp to waste away, as bodies that are piitrid : Geaenlni, mn 

with cormpt matter. Niphal pret. 
nrnS^ to destroy, to rain, to lay in ruins (see Destroy) ; to destroy 
one's way, i.e. to corrapt or pervert it, and hence to 
act wickedly : fMtaph. to mar, to spoil, to make good 
for nothing; to corrapt wisdom, to pervert it to the 
purposes of craft and deceit ; Ezek. xxviii 1 7. Moral 
oorraption implies the loss of integrity and of virtue. 
With i»%f., utterly corrapt. Niphal • prrf. ^yitf. « parf. 
TiRL^pret. Hiphil «pree. firrf. tfut. ^paH, Hophal 
^paH. ntrt^ Cb. Fa£ ^pari. pum. ^nnt /. a pit; 
the sepulchre, a grave; oonraption. Lxx., dta^Bopd. 
'^ n^nv^g /. destraction. " '^(jf^V *'** ^^^ whioh is 
oorrapt. 



Gen. ri. 11. 

▼112,12. 
]izod.vilL24. 

zixu.7. 
Lev. zxu.26. 
Deut. 17. 18. 

17.25. 

iz.12. 

xxzi.29k 

xzzil. 6. 
Jndir. ii m 
2 Kings zziii. 18. 
2 Chron. zxvu. 1 
Neh.i7. 



7d 

7a e 

7b 

7d 

7n 

7 e 
7d 

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7 e 
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P8.ziv.l. 


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xzxrniLi. 


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7m 


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lilLl. 




4 


lzzlii.8. 


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Pnyv. zzv. 88. 


7 i 


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7 1 


Isa. 1.4. 


7h 


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xzzWii.l7. 


1 


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Jer.vL28. 


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Ezek.zri.4r. 




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nyho 



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J^y 



00 ST. 

adv. freely ; to no purposo ; without ca«M ; without cost : 

2 Sam. xxiv. 24 : i Chron. zxi. 14. 
add* proeiousi costly : 1 Kings v. 1 7 ; vii f^ le^ ii. 

COTE. 
/. pi, for nil'IK, stalls, cribs : 1 Chron. xxxii. 38, li^. and 
flocks for stalls. 

/. fold : I Sam. xxiv. 3. 

COTTAGB. 
/. pi. whH. cottages, aooommodations for shepherds : Oesa- 

nias, pits, cisterns, wells : Zeph. ii. 6. In nSd (Zeph. 

ii. 6) is an allusion to the Cherethites in v. 5. 
/. a lodge ; a temporary shed fbr the watchman of a garden 

or vineyard while the frait is ripening : Isa. xxiv. 20. 
/. booth, hut ! a temporary habitation or shelter : Isa. L 8. 

OOUOB. 
m, a bed, couch : Gen. xlix^ 4. 



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fentf m. A bed, coach, probably with canopy and curtains ; a 
B0&, divan : Pa. vi. 6 : Amos iii. is ; vi. 4. 
33K^ m. a bed to lie down on ; Job vii. 13. 

OOUOH (F.) 
)n3 to bend, to bow down. Kal pret. Num. xxiy. 9. 
Yy\ to lie down, as beasts, quadrupeds. Kal prct. Gen. xlix.9. 

pari. Poel, Gen. xlix. 14: Deut. xxxiii. 13. yi^Jt? m* 

couching-place : Ezek. xxv. 5. 
nntS^ to bow down* Kal fut. Job xxxviii. 40. 

COUIiTBB. 

DK an agricultural instrument of iron, having an edge, and 
requiring to be sometimes sharpened ; according to most 
of the ancient interpreters, a ploughshare or coulter; 
according to Synrniacbus and the Babbins, a mattock ; 
Lxx., <TKtvQs. I Sam. xiii. 20, a i. 

OOirirSEIi. COUNSXIiLOB, OOUNOIIi. 

1 C^K m. man. 

2 ^^K m. man. 

v; 

8 *)3"1 f». word. 

T T 

4 *l^'n m. Ch. coun«ellor of gtatc^ minister, vizier; t.e. one 
skilled in the law. 

6 Pl?''^n Ch. m. pi. counsellors. 

e ni/Snri /. pi. steering ; art of steering or guiding ; wise counsel, 
prudent measures ; cunning devices. 

7 *lp^ to set or lay a foundation. Nifhal, to be set, as in4 

counsel, to take counsel : *prct, ^ inf. 

8 t3p^, Ch. to counseL P*al part. 

9 YS^ ^ deliberate : Ps. xiii. 2, to lay a scheme, to form a 

design ; to give counsel, to ask counsel ; to take 
counsel; with or without H!^?. Kal •prd. ^fut. 
^part. Poel, Isa. ix. 6, of the Messiah. Nifhal 
^pret. ""fut. fpaH. SIl^2^y^o/. pi. »»n|y/. counsel, 
including both deliberation and the purpose of doing 
anything ; implying also wisdom, reflection, and skill : 
Dent, xxxii. 28, &c. 

10 ?{PD Ch. m. advice, counsel. 

11 *T1D m. an assembly ; consultation ; confidential talk, a secret; 

" secret counsel." 

12 Kt3J^ Ch. /. counsel, wisdom, understanding. 
13 
14 



TOi^, /. heap ; throng, band ; i/uuy. * company.' 
b\^\^ to ask, to inquire, to ask for; to interrogate, 
counsel. Kal •^imp. ^ftU. 

No. 9 h not all included. 



Exod. xvilL 19. 

Num.xzxLl6. 

Judg. xviiL 5. 

zx. 18, 28. 

1 Sam. xiv. 37. 

2 Sam. XV. 12. 
ZTi. 23. 28,28. 
xvii. 7. 
xvii.11,15,16,21. 

1 Kings L 12. 

xiL8. 

xii.9. 

xii.l8. 

xii.28. 
S Kings vi. 8. 
1 Chron. xxvi 14 



9b 

8 

14 a 

14 b 

14 b 

9c 

9hah 

9ah 

9a 

9bh 

9ha 

9 f 

9ha 

9e 

9e 

90 



1 Chron. xxvii. 82,38. 9 



2 Chron. x. 6, 6. 

X. 8, 8. 

xxii. 3. 4. 

XXV. 16. a 10. 

XXX. 2, 23. 

xxxii. 8. 
Ezra iv. 6. 

vlL 14, 16. 

vii. 28. 

viiu25. 
Neh. vi. 7. 
Job iii. 14. 

xii. 17. 

xxvi. 8. 

xxxviLlS. 



9e f 
9ha e 
9c 
9ch 
9e 
9e 
9c 

8 
90 
90 
9e 
9c 
9o 
9a 

6 



PB.ii.2. 

v.lO. 

xvi. 7. 

xxxi. 18. 

lv.14. 

Ixiv. 2. 

Ixviii. 27. 

Ixxi. 10. 

lxxxi.12. 

Ixxxiii. 8. 

cxix. 24. 
Prov. 1. 6. 

xi. 14, 14. 

xii. 5. 

xii. 20. 

XV. 22, 22. 



to ask 



7a 

9g 
9a 
7b 
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11 
18 
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'if 

l^9h 

6 

fl^9o 

6 

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Prov.xiiLaO. 

xxiv. 8,6. 
l8a.L26. 

iii. 8. 

viL6. 

ix.6. 

xix. 11, 11. 

xxiii. 8. 

xl. 18. 

XL14. 

xU.28. 



9g 

8,90 

90 

90 

9a 

90 

9ho 

9a 

1.9h 

9d 

9c 



l8a.xlv.21. 


9e 


xlvi. 11./5 


9h 


Jer. vu. 24. 


»,! 


xxiii. 18, 22. 


xxxviiLU. 


9b 


xlix. 20. 


9ha 


xlix. 80. 


9ah 


L46. 


9ha 


Ezek. xi. 2.y 


9oh 


Dan.iLl4. 


12 



Dan. iii. tS. 
iii. 24k 27. 
iv.27. 
iv.86w 


4 
i 
10 

8 


vL7. 
Ho8.iv.12. 


8 
14 b 


xi.6. 
Micahiv.9. 


S5 


vi.16. 
Nah.Lll. 


9K 

90 



a Mt for counsellor to the king. /S M<. the man of my 

y lit. oouuaellors of wicked oounseL 

OOUKTT. 

1 3C^ to think, &c., to account, esteem; to count or number; 

to impute, to reckon to any, seq. } of person and ace 
of thing. Kal •fut. Niphal ^pra. «/«<. Pikl ^prtL 

2 Dp3 to count, to reckon. Kal/u^. 
8 T\^D to number. Kal pret. 

4 IDJ to give (see MaJce) ; to make like ; so rlB^vBai for w^/dCem, 

i^iofoi. ELal fui. 

5 IfiD to relate, to number. KiL •prd. ^fid, •part, Po«L 

Niphal ^fiU. 

6 *Ti?& to number ; to take particular notice or aooonnt o£ Kal 

•pret. ^paH. Paiil. PoAL "'prd. 

Oen. XV. 6. 1 a 

XxxL 16. 1 b 

Exod. xii. 4, 2 

xxxviiL 21. 60 

Lev. xxiii. 15. 6 a 

XXV. 27, 82. Id 

XXV. 81. 1 

Num. xviiL 80. lb 

xxiiL 10. 8 

Josh. xiii. 8. 1 

1 Sam. L 16. 4 

COVBTTENAirOE. 

1 ^K m. face ; anger. 

2 *l*in to honour, to coimtenance. Kal fui, 
8 VT Ch. brightness, countenance. 

4 fiy com. the eye. 

6 D^^fi m. pi. the face, countenance, the part tamed towards any 
one : 2 Kings viii. 1 1, " he settled his countenance 
steadfastly,'* i. e. beheld him with a fixed look. The 
face, countenance, is also put for the look, mien, air 
of a person, as expressing the affections or emotions of 
the mind : Gen. xxxi. 2, 5. Gen. iv. 5, &c 

6 nfe(t*)lD m. sight, aspect, view ; appearance, form. 

7 Itjlil m. form, figure. 

Na 6 not indnded. 



1 Kings iii 8. 


6d 


FB.]TTXviiL4. 




1 Chron. xxi. 6. 


6a 


cvi.81. 




xxiiL24w 


6b 


oxxxix.lSw 




Neh. xiii. IS. 


lb 


^>rov. xviL 28. 




Jobxviii.8. 


lb 


xxviL14. 




xix. 11. 15, 


1 a 


Isa. V. 28. 




XXXL4. 


6b 


xxxii 15. 




xxxiii. 10. 


1 a 


xxxiii 18. 




xU. 29. 


lb 


xL 15, 17. 




Ps. xKv. 22. 


lb 


Hob. viii U. 




Ixxxvii. 6. 


5b 







Stod. xxiii 8. 
Judg. xiii 6, 6. 
1 Sara, xvi 7. 

xvi. 12. 

xvii 42. 



1 Sam. XXV. 8. 

2 Sam. xiv. 27. 
Pb.x.4. 
Cant ii 1^ 14. 



Cant V. IS. 
Dan. i 18, IS, U. 
V. 6, 9, 10. 

vii 28. 



COUNTEBViklli. 

TiW^ to be made even, level ; to be equal, to counterviul, to be 
equivalent. Kal pari. Poel, Esth. vii. 4, t.e. cannot 
make it good. 

COUNTB7. (SeeahM>FAB.) 

1 nDHM /. earth, ground ; land, a country. 

2 ^K m. see liU* 



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8 }nK com, the earth, the ground ; a land, a oonntry : Gen. x. 

4 TOw^ /. border, coast. 

6 rntK m, one who liyes in the place where he arose or was 

bom; "one of your own country;" "bom in the 

country." 

6 ?2T\ com. a cord ; a tract of land measured or laid out. 

V V ' 

7 HDJ /. (see Situation^ elevated country. 

8 DipD com. place, pr. station, from standing. 

9 ^pB one dwelling in the country ; joined with villages. 

10 rnb^ m. field, country, open fields ; the field or country of a 
people is their territory. 

No. 3 not included. 

lSam.xxvii.5,7.1L 10 

1 Chron. viii 8. 10 

Jer. zlvii. 4. 2 

Ezek. xlviL 8. 4 

xlyii.22. 6 

Hos. xii. 18. 10 

Jonah iv. 8. 1 

oouPiiB, ooupiiiKra 

1 H^X\ to join or couple together things of the same sort. See 
Join, Kal • part. Poel. Piel *>prrt. «»n/. */«<. Poal 
•prrf. 'nnih /. junction, place of union, s n^iantp /. 
pi, beams of wood used for joining. ^ n'^srrQ /.joining. 

8 "TtDY m. a pair, a yoke, of oxen and of asses. 

3 D^^B^ <idj. num. dtuUf two. 

4 DKn to be double, twain. Eal ^part. Pool. ^D'Q^ m.pl. 

comtr. for D*QKin twins. 



Gen.xiv.7. 


10 


Deut. iiL 14. 


6 


xzix.28. 


8 


Josh, zvii 11. 


7 


xxxiLS. 


10 


Judg. zx. 6. 
Euthi.l.2,8.$,22. 


10 


Lev. xvL 28. 


6 


10 


xviLl5. 


6 


lie. 


10 


xxiv.22. 


6 


iv.8. 


10 


Num. XV. 18. 


6 


18am. Til. 


10 


XXL 20. 


10 


VL18. 






Exod.xxvi.9,8. 


la 


Bxod.xxxvi.10,10. 


Idb 


Exod. xxxix. 20b 


Ih 


xxvi4,4. 


Ifh 


XXXVL 11, 11. 12. 


Ih 


Judf?. xii. 8. 


2 


xxvLS. 


Ih 


xxxvi. IS. 18. 


Id 


2 Sam. xiiL 6. 


8 


xxvie.9,11. 


lb 


XxxvL 17, 17. 


Ih f 


xvi. 1. 


2 


xxvL 10, 10. 


1 f 


xxxvi la 


Ic 


2 Chron. xxxiv. IL 


^f 


xxvi24.24. 


4ab 


xxxvi. 29, 29. 


4ab 


Isa.xzL7,9. 


xxviiL27. 


Ih 


zxxix. 4, 4. 


lae 







COUBAOE. 

J*DK to be strong, resolute, and vigorous ; to act with great 
spirit and undaunted courage : in certain passages it 
seems to have been rendered, "to be of good courage," 
because of its being joined with p}J^, usually trans- 
lated, to be strong : these two words are combined 
to denote intrepidity, fearlessness, and a resolute mind. 
Kal •tmp. *> \r*?^ <^j' finn» strong. 
ptf^ to bind fast ; to make firm ; to be strong, firm, undaunted. 
See Strong, Sure. Kal » pre*, ^imp. Hithpael «j>rff. 
37 the heart. • 13^ m. id. 
1Vr\ com. breath, spirit, mind ; spirit, courage. 



3 

4 

Kam.xiiL20. 
Deat.xxxl8,7.23. 
Josh. L 6, 7, 9, 18. 

iill. 

X.25. 

xxiiLO. 
SSam.x.ia. 



20 
la 
la 
4 
la 
2a 
2b 



2Sam.xiiL28. 


8b 


Ezra X. 4 


1 Chron. xix. 13. 


8b 


Pb. xxvii 14 


xxli. IS. 


la 


xxxi.24. 


xxviu.20. 


la 


l8a.xU.6. 


2 Chron. xv. 8. 


20 


Dan. xu 25. 


xix. 11. A 


2b 


Amos IL 16. 


xxxii.7. 


la 





2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
8a 
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COUBSE. 

1 qpn to pass, to change, to take by courses in succession. 
• •'C'^n /. change. 



2 np^TO Ch. /. division, class, course ; specially of the twenty- 

four classes of the Levites and priests. * ng'Vrg /. 
divisions. 

3 ^3^ m. a stream ; a channel in which a stream flows. 

TT 

4 K^D m. place of going forth, a fountain of waters. 

6 t3^2D to be moved, to be out of course, with danger of ruin. 
NiPHAL fut. 

6 TrpDD f. highway, path : as used of the stars, it seems to mean 

thoir orbits ; lit. from their highways or elevations. 

7 n^^ to answer ; to sing together by courses. "Kal fut. 

8 nm*ip /. a running, a course of action. The marginal reading 

of Jer. xxiii. lo is probably taken frt>m f ?^ to break ; 
to oppress. 

No. 2 a not included. 

S 



Jadg. V. 20. 

1 Kings V. 14 

2 Chron. xxxiL 80. 



6 I Ezra ilL 11. 

la vi 18. 
4 Ps.lxxxiL5. 



I8a.x]iv.4 

Jer. viiL 6. 

xxiiLlO. 



OOUKT. 



1 JV'^ m. house : Amos vii. 13, "king's court,*' or house of the 
kingdom. 

a *lVn m. a court surrounded, a vacant space open to the sky, tm 
of the tabernacle and temple, in the midst of a house 
built round about it; into which the windows mostly 
opened, and large doors ; smaller windows and a low 
door for entrance from the street ; sometimes translated 
town, village, 2 Kings xx. 4 p. • ■>*sn m. only in Isa. 
xxxiv. 13. Gussetius thinks the meaning of grass or 
some kind of vegetation should be retained ; see Orcut. 
Bush renders it residence. 

8 iTITg /. a court shut in or enclosed. Taylor makes the primary 
derived meaning to be, to help ; and adds. The court 
mentioned (1 Chron. iv. and vi.) seems to have been a 
square work raised above the pavement, with a parapet 
round about it, and a door in the parapet, before the 
altar of burnt offerings. Upon this elevated square stood 
Solomon's " scaffold** or pulpit : 2 Chron. iv. 9, 9 ; vL 13. 

4 *)^y /. city : 2 Kings xx. 4'3. 

COVBBTANT. 

n^a /. There is great probability that this word is derived 
frY)m nn| to eat, by which act the covenant was ratified 
between two parties ; so it applies to the eating of the 
sacrifice by the party offering, being at the same time 
when offered the bread of God ; and so it illustrates the 
character of the Lord's Supper as a ratification on our 
part of Christ's covenant by eating. See Cudworth's Dis- 
course on the true notion of the Lord's Supper. It is 
derived by some from nn| to choose, importing the 
selection of conditions of the covenant to be ratified; 
by some from w^| to cut or strike, as in Latin we 
have fcedus ferire, because in covenants it was usual to 
slay some animal: but Parkhurst, with somo others, 
considers it to be deduced from "i^?} to purify cere- 
monially or with sacred rites ; it may however be very 
difficult at this time to ascertain what has really been 
the first origin of the word and its application, which is 
to be sought for in the very earliest testimonies and 
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eufllomi of the people of God nther than of other iia« 
tioDS. It is need of God's ererliuiting covenant of sal- 
vation; of the "new covenant" of the gospel, Jer. xxxi. 
31: of any covenant of God with man* or of maa with 
man ; and also of any promise or stipulation, as also of 
any fixed arrangement, Jer. xxxiii. 20, or precept to be 
observed, Jer. xxxiv. 15. It is also put for the condi- 
tions of a covenant^ as the Decalogue, Deut. iv. 13 ; ix. 
9, 11: Isa. xxviii. 18 ; and for the sign of a covenant^ 
Gen. xvii. 13. The blood of the victim slain was called 
the blood of the oovenast, EjkmL xxiv. 8, Zech. is. ix ; 
henoe we read, Matt. xxvi. 38, of the blood of Christ a« 
the blood of the new covenant : comp. Mark xiv. 24, 
Heb. xiii. 20. A covenant of salt is a perpetual stipu- 
lation of stipend or maintenanoe, according to some ; or 
a peipetnal covenant : see Salk Gen. vi 18, &0. 

OOVBKTAITT (F.) 
nia to cut, to cut asunder ; to make (a covenant), to covenant. 
Kal pnt, 2 Chron. vii. 18, Jer. xxxiv. 13 ; with nna. 
Hag. ii. 5 ; fut. Isa. IviL 8, marg. 'or, hewed it;* Gese- 
nius, Thou didst covenant for thyself from them, i. «. 
to receive from them the price of thy whoredom. Others, 
Hiou hast joined with thee some of them, $c. in covenant ; 
Yulg. " F<Bdus pepegisti cum eis, t. s. cum quibusdam 
ex eis.** 

COTSB. (SeoTAPBSTBY.) 

1 7nk m. a tent. 

V 

2 j6a to swallow down ; perhaps fnetapk, to conceal or cover sud- 

denly out of sight. But the Lxx. in I^um. iv. 10, have 
rendered vi^^ by i^dvira^ lit, as the swallowing (of 
spittle) : so it is an injunction not to go suddenly or 
hastily within sight of the holy vessels. Gussetius would 
render the passage, But they shall not go in to see, 
(for this would be) ip the swallowing down of that which 
is sacred. 

8 nBH to cover the head and face for sorrow, disgrace, and shame. 
KAL^pret. ^ pari. VoeL Niphal* par*. 

4 ^fin to cover by way of protection. Kal part, "PoeL 

6 /vD to shade ; to cover over. ViELfut, 

6 DJP to clothe. KjiLpreL 

1 DDS to cover, to conceal : God covers sin when he pardons it : 
Ps. xxxii. 1, lit. covered (as to) sin, Neh. iv. 5. Man 
covers sin, either when he cloaks and extenuates it, 
Prov. xxviii. 13, or when he passes it by and buries it 
in oblivion, Prov. xvii. 9. To cover is to obscure the 
understandings of men, Isa. xxix. 10. To overwhelm 
with confusion and calamity, Ps. cxL 9 : Prov. x. 6 : 
Hab. ii. 17. To cover pride from man is to dispose him 
to humility, Job xxxiii. 17. Kal *part. Pod. ^part. 
Paul. NaBAh^pret, *inf, Piel •pret. Hnf. ^imp, 
^fut, ^part, PoAL ^pret, ^fut. ^pari, Hithpael 
»/««. ^-part, ' '^D| «. covering. «in^D3/. id. TTDpD 
m, id, * TTD^D in. id^ 

% IS^fi3 to cover over. Hifhil prtt. The Talmudisls use it to 
expreai oiowded, pressed, heaped m«urare; also of the 



Jewish chuieh, boired dowB In «ehee» oovered wi A adMi. 
— Qtaenim, 
9 nfe^ to cover; to be covered (with fet). Kal jw^ 

10 \2¥h to wrap armmd, to muffle, to cover. Kal pt^ 

11 tfO m. a covering, veil; muffler. 

13 !Jp3 to pour out a libation : to cover. Kal • inf. Hofhal 

^fut, • na^O /. a covering. Lovrth, in aooordance 
with the Lxx. and the Syriao, renders this ox pr o «ion in 
Isa. XXX. I, "who ratify oovenaota,** i, c make * Coi» 
pact ; which is adopted by Boscnmfllkr, Geaeune, and 
others. Alexander, with Ewald and J. D. Mich a riis . 
to weave a web : Gussetius, a covering for protectioa. 
^ "^D j m. libation, 
la ?J3D to cover, so as to secure, protect, with ^ giving the idea 
of an obstacle as well as of protection; also followed hj 
twoocc. and Vv; Hiphilfegr. *3^ and ): to covct the f eet, 
an enphemiim for to ease oneself, to satisfy a eaS of 
nature. KAL*prrt. V«*» ^port.'PoeL HiFHlL**^. 
•fiU, fpart. sTip^m. »» ^D^ta m. covert. «'^l3*p3*n3. 
*^5m. covert. *"??/. «n|00/. that with whidi 00a 
IS covered. 

14 tpD toceiL KAL^ftU. «»par«. PaOL 

15 nnp TO. see JJtcie. ••t^npp to. ahidfaigpboe, refiif^ 

16 aiy to be in a dark, cloudy state. HlPHiL, to cover as with a 

doud : /nl. 

17 niDP to cover or wrap oneself up with a dosk or upper gar- 

ment. It is also applied to the covering of the ujftx 
lip, or veiling the upper part of the face, which wsi 
usual in great sorrow or shame. With inf., wiU sordy 
cover. Kal ^pret* >»fnf. «/«<. *iwH. PoeL HiFBL 
•pret. 

18 5)0^ (see Overwhelm), to cover aa with a garment^ &c. Kal^ 

19 3V TO. litter, sedan, palanquin, as being lightly and geatiy 

borne; probably, litter-wagons. 

20 "T"'DV TO. lid, cover of a vessel, as " made fifcst** upon it. 

21 ilDV to be spread; to overlay. PiW. •j>rrf. V«*- Pual •^ert 

d MB^ TO. overlaying, metal laid over statues. 
St U')\> to draw over, to covw; $eq* ^y. Kal • pn*. *»/««. 

23 T\^P and mfeT? /. covers to dishes; or, dishes, bowls for liba- 

tions.' Lxx. tfVM^CliS. 

24 MID TO. the covering or tilt of a carriage in motion : Geeemui^ 

a seat in a chariot or other vdiiole. 

25 ^V^ to lie in wait for ; to foil upon suddenly. KAL^ict. 

26 '^dt^ to interweave; to cover. Kal preC. 



Gen. vii 19, 20. 

viii.13. 

ix.2S. 

XX. 16. 

xxiv. 65. 

xxxviiL 14 

xxxviiLlS. 
Exod. viiL 6. 

X.5. 

X.15. 

xiv. 28. 

XV. 6. 

XV. 10. 

xvLU. 

xxi.8S. 

zziL»r. 



7 1 
7r 
7h 

2** 
7n 

7h 

7e 

7h 

7e 

7h 

7h 

7h 

7e 

7h 

7h 

7q 



Exod- xxiv. 16, le. 7h 



XXV. 20. 


18 


XXV. 29, 29. 


8B^12b 


xxvi. 7. 


1 


xxvLlS. 


7 f 


xxvi. 14, M. 


7r 


xxviii. 42. 


7 f 


xxix. 13, 22. 


7 I 


xxxiiL22. 


26 


XXXV. 11. 


7r 


XXXV. 12. 


18 g 


xxxvil9,19. 


7 r 


xxxvii. 9. 


IS 


xxxvil. 16.1ft. 


2S»12b 


xxiix.8\84k^ 




84. 7 


»».!«« 



Bxod.xLS. 


ISi 


xl.19. 


ir 


xl. 21.11. 


"f? 


xl.84. 


Lev.iiL8.«,14. 


7i 


iv.8. 


7 i 


viL8. 


Vi 


ix.19. 


71 


xiii 12; 18. 


7e 


xffi.46. 


17 c 


xvi.18. 


7« 


xvii. 18. 


7e 


Num.iii25. 


7r 


iv.&.5. 


UB.7S 


iv.6.14 


SkuS 


iv.7.7. 



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Vvan. ir. ^ 8a 

iv. 9. 

iv.lO. 

iv.11,11. 

iv. 12, la. 

iv. 15. 

iv.a). 

iv.25.28. 

viLS. 

ix.15. 

ix.16. 

xvi. 88,89. 

zvi.42. 

xiz. 16. 

xxii. 5. 

ksii.ll» 
Deut. zxii 18. 

xxiii.18. 

xzziLlfi. 

xuiiLlS. 
Josh xxiv.7. 
Judg. iii. 24 

iv. 18» 19. 

1 Sam. zix. 18. 

lliv.a. 
XXV. 20. 
xxviiL 14. 

2 Sam. XV. 8<^ 89. 
xviLlt. 
xU.4. 

1 Kin«B i 1. 
vi.9. 

vi. 16, U. 

Ti.29. 

vi.S8. 

vii.8,7. 

vii.l8,4Utf. 

▼tit 7. 

2 Kings xvi. 18. 
xix.l. 
xix.2. 

1 ChroELZzviiL 18* 

2 Chron. iv. liL 13. 
V.8. 

Neh. iii U. 
iv.6. 

S5th.VLll. 

vii. 8. 
Job ix. 24. 
XV. 27. 
XvLlS. 
xxi2ft. 
xxiLll. 
xxiLl4. 

« MCnoc 



1 rnx to desire earnesilj. Hithpaxl ^pre^. ^fuL 

2 V^ to cut and tear away, to plonder ; to gel by covetous, dis- 

honest means. Kal ^^part. Pod. ^ V$| m. rapine, prey ; 
any unjust gain. 
8 ^n to desire strongly, to take delight in ; used both in a good 
*nd bad sense. KAL^pref. ^fiU, 



7er 


Jobxxiii.17. 


7e 


7e 


xxiv.7. 


7q 


7r 


xxvi6w 


Z<1 


7er 


XXXI. 19. « 


7q 


7er 


xxxi.88. 


7e 


7f 


xxxvi.80,82. 


7e 


2 


xxxviiL84. 


7h 


7r 


xxxviii.40. 


18 1 


19 


xl.21. 


15 


7e 


xl.22. 


13b 


7h 


Ps.«xii.L 


7b 


21 d 


xliv. 15. 


7e 


7e 


xliv. 19. 


7h 


20 


lxi.4. 


16 


7e 


lxv.18. 


18 


7h 


lxviiil& 


8b 


7h 


Ixix. 7. 


7e 


7e 


lxxi.18. 


17 c 


9 


lxxiii.6. 


18 


4 


Ixxx. 10. 


7k 


7h 


Izzxv. 2. 


7e 


18 f 


lxxxix.4S. 


17 e 


7h 


xci.4. 


18 e 


7h 


CIV. 2. 


17 d 


ISd 


civ.8. 


7« 


16 


civ. 9. 


7 f 


17 d 


cv. 80. 


IS 


8ba 


cvi. U. 17. 


IS? 


cix. 1», 29. 


17 c 


10 


cxxxix. IL 


86 


7h 




13 b 


14 a 


cxl.7. 


18 a 


Slab 


cxL9. 


7h 


Ub 


cxlvii.8. 


7 i 


21 a 


Prov.x.6tll.l2L 


7h 


14 b 


xiLia. 


7a 


7 f 


xviL9. 


7 i 


18b 


XXiT.81. 


7k 


IShi 


xxvi. 23. 


21c 


7n 


xxvi. 20. 


7n 


7o 


xxviiLlS. 


W 


18 c 


Eocle8.vi.4 


7 f 


Cant. iii. 10. 


24 


7h 


lsa.iv.6. 


15 a 


6 


vi2.a. 


7h 


7h 


xL9. 


7 i 


8b 


xiv.ll. 


7s 


8a 


XVL4. 


16 


7h 


xxiLS. 


ISff 
17ba 


7e 


xxii.l7. 


7h 


XXV. 7. 


11 


7h 


XXvL21. 


7h 


7h 


xxviiL 80. 


18c 


16 






oringto 


thepocr. ILi 


M>,that 




OOVET 





l8a.xxix.10. 


7e 


XXX. 1. l./B 


12ac 


XXX. 22. 


81 d 


xxxiLi 


16 


zxxviLL 


7n 


xxxvii.2. 


7 


L8. 


7q 


ILie. 


7? 


Iviii. 7. 


7e 


lix.6. 


7n 


Ix.l6. 


7h 


Ixi.l0. 


8 


Jer. iii. 26. 


7h 


xiv.8.4. 


8a 


XXV. 88. 


13 k 


xlvi.8. 


7h 


1l42. 


7c 


li.5l. 


7e 


Lam. ill. 


16 


iii. 16. 


8 


iii. 48, 44. 


13a 


Ezek. 111,28, 28. 


7 i 


viLia. 


7e 


xii. 6, 12. 


7h 


xvi. 8, 10, 1& 


^t 


xviii. 7. 


7h 


xviiLlfi. 


7e 


xxiv.7. 


7 f 


xxlv. 8. 


7d 


xxiv. 17. 28. 


17 c 


xxvL 10. 


7h 


XXVL19. 


7e 


xxvii. 7. 


7 8 


xxviiL 18. 


13 m 


xxviiL 14b 18. 


13 c 


XXX. 1& 


7h 


xxxi. 15. 


7e 


xxxil.7,7. 


7eh 


xxxviLOw 


22a 


xxxviL 8. 


22b 


xxxvliL9il8. 


7 f 


xli.16. 


7m 


Hos.iL 9. 


7 f 


X.8. 


1,1 


Obad-10. 


JonahiiL8. 


7h 


iiL8. 


7n 


MicahiiL7. 


17 a 


viLlO. 


7h 


Hab.iL14bl7. 


7h 


iiL3. 


7e 


MaLiL18L 


7 f 


iLl& 


7e 



Exod. xviiL 8L 


2b 


Prov.xxL88. 


la 


Jer.xxiL17. 




XX. 17, 17. 


8b 


xxvflLie. 


8b 


1L13. 




Deuk V. 21. 


lb 


Isa. IviL 17. 


8b 


Exek.xxxiiL81. 




Josh. viL 21. 


8b 


Jer.vL18. 


8b 


Hicah iL 8. 




Ps.x.3. 


2a 


viiLlO. 


8b 


Hab.ii.9.9. 


8ab 


cxix.S8. 


8b 











oow, 

1 *)pjl com, homed cattle, most commonly at ftiU age; colleo- 

lively, hotd. 
S r63^ /. abeifnr: "yoangeow,*Wa. hetferoftheherd. 

8 rns m. heifer ; also of a heifer or young cow in milk, or as 

bearing the yoke. 
4 ^\^ m. an ox, bullock, so called from its strength and boldness ; 

but without respect to sex or age. 

Lev.xxiLSS. 4lJobxxL10. 8 1 Isa. xi. 7. 8 

lf«m.zvifl.l7« 4|laa.vlLtL % 1 1 BiolL tv. 10. 1 



OBAOEZ.IB'a 

Mp «* toy 8oand» Aoise. voioe : Eodae. viL 6, nmrg. 'sound.* 

OBAOKNXIi. 

D^SIp m. a kind of cake, pricked or marked with points : i Kings 
3tiv. 3 : according to some, roasted ears of com. Bux- 
torf, biscuits. Harmer, cakes spotted with coriander 
and other seeds, still common in Syria and the East. 

OBAFT, OBAFTSMAir. 
1 Cnn m. engraver, artificer, ^xb^n m. work of an artificer. 
8 D^^ to be crafly, cunning, mostly in a bad sense. HiFHIL 

^fid. fc n-rp m. craftiness. « on J adj, crafty. 
3 nO'^p /. deceit, fraud. 

Beut. xxvii. 16. 1 1 Job v. 18, 8 c 

8 Kings xxiv. 14b 18. 1 v. 18. 2 b 

1 Chron. iv. 14. 1 a xv. 6. 8 c 

Neh.xL86. la' 



Ps. IxxxiiL 3. 
Dan. viii. 25. 
Hos,xiiL8. 



Sa 

8 

1 



OBAO. 

torn, tooth ; shaxp rook, oliff; crag : Job 



48. 



OBANS. 
D^D m. the swallow, a bird of passage, with a chattering 
querulous note : Bochart : Isa. xxxviii. 14 ; Jer. vUi. 7, 
a*n3. D^p m. id,, Jer. viii. 7. According to the Babbini^ 
a crane. 

OBASHING. 
*)3tS^ m. a breaking: Zeph. L 10. 

OBAVB. 

^M to impel, to urge : others have derived this verb from 
HBJ to bow. Kal pre*. Prov. xvi a6, 

OBBATE. 
MI9 to bring into being ; to produce, put in form, or renew ; to 
put in a new or happi^ condition. It is a word having 
an especial reference to God, and his operations by an 
infinite power. "The leading import of M^J is two- 
fold: (i) The production or effectuation of something 
new, rare, and wonderful ; the bringing something to 
pass in a striking and marvellous manner, as Num. xvi. 
30^ Jer. xxxi. 11. (1) Tlie act of renovating, remodel- 
ling, or reconstituting, something already in existence, 
Ps. li. 10, explained by the parallel clause. led. Ixv. 
17.'*— J5t«A on Oen. i. i. Kal *pret. ^inf. ^imp. ^fut, 
•part Poel Niphal '|>re«. 'inf. ^fut, ^part. 



Gen.Ll. 


a 


PB.civ.80. 


L21. 


d 


cxlviiL6. 


L 27, 87. 87. 


d.a,a 


EooleB.xiLl« 


ii.8. 


a 


Isa.iv.5. 


iL4. 


f 


xL21 


v.l. 


xl.28. 


v.2,8. 


S|g 


xh.20. 


vi.7. 


a 


xlii.6. 


Deut. iv. 81 


a 


xliiLl.18. 


Fs. li. 10. 


c 


xliiL7. 


lxxxix.ll 


a 


xlv.7,7. 


dL18. 


i 







Isa. xlv. 8» 12. 






xlv. 18, 18. 


e,a 




xlvliL7. 






liv. 16, 18. 






hriLlO. 






Ixv. 17, 18, 18. 
Jer. XXXI. 28. 










Ezek. xxi. 30. 






xxviii.18.16. 






Amos iv. 18. 






BaLiLlO. 





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OBBATUBB. 
^n adj. any living thing ; usnallj joined with the following 
word; see JAfe, Limng : in these passages, translated 
"living creature:** Eiek. i. 5, 13, 13, 14, 15, 15, 19, 
19, ao, «i, 23 ; iiL 13 ; X. 15, 17, 10. 
^P^ COM, soul : Gen. i. 21, lit. living soul, 24 ; ii. 19 ; ix. 10, 
I2y 15, 16 : Lev. xi. 46, 46. 

OBBDITOB. 
^^ m. master : Deut. xv. 2, lit, master of the lending of his 
hand. 
1^ cam, hand : Dent. xv. 2, 

T 

TWSh to lend on usury. Kal part. Pool, 2 Kings iv. I : Isa. L 
!• ni^o m. lending : Deut. xv. 2. 

OBEEF. 

1 fe^*) to creep, the appropriate verb for the motion of the smaller 

animals which creep along the ground ; both of those 
which have four feet or more, and also of those without 
feet, which glide or drag themselves upon the ground, 
as worms and serpents ; in a wider sense, of aquatic or 
amphibious reptiles. Kal ^fut, ^ part, Poel. ^ t^on m, 
reptile. 

2 yy^ to creep, to crawl ; to bring £>rth abundantly : the two 

senses are united in our use of the word creep ; spoken 
of reptiles and the smaller aquatic animals. Kal * part, 
PoeL »> yn^ m, reptile. 



Gen.iH85. 
1.28,20. 
LSO. 
vL7.aa. 
vii.8. 
viLl4,14 

viii. 17, 17. 
viiil9,19. 



1 

Icb 

lb 

1 c 

lb 

lob 

2ba 

1 c 

lob 

lob 



Lev.T.a. 
xi.20,21,23»81. 
xL29,29. 
XL 41, 41. 
XL 42, 42. 
XL4S,4g. 
xL4i44. 
XL46. 
XZ.2S. 
xxiLS. 



2b 

2a 

2ba 

2ba 

2ba 

2ba 

Sb,lb, 

Sa* 

2b| 



Deut. iv. 18. 

xiv. 19* 
1 Kings iv. 88. 
Ps. civ. 20. 

civ. 25. 

oxlviiLlO. 
Ezelc. viii 10. 

xzxviii. 2(^ 20. 
Hob. it 18, 
Hab.Ll4. 



lb 
2b 

10 

la 
1 o 

10 

lo 

lob 

10 

lo 



OBIB. 



DOM m. a place in which cattle are fiittened ; a crib or stall : 
Job xxxix. 9 : Prov. -xiv. 4 : Isa. i. 3. 

OBIME. 
^^] /• piupose, counsel, plan, sc, for evil, rarely for good; 
mischief, wickedness, crime, heinous crime. Specially of 
crimes arising from unchastity, as rape, incest: Job 
xxxi. II. 

tDB^ m. judgment : Ezek. vii. 23, lit, the judgment of bloods. 



CBIHSON. 

yp*)3 m. crimson or deep scarlet, a colour prepared from insects 
inhabiting a species of oak ; coccus ilicis of Lmn. Also, 
crimson stu^Es : 2 Chron. ii. 7, 14; iii. 14. 
^)^ m, see Scarlet, Jer. iv. 3a 
y^T\ m, a worm ; coccus ilicis, Linn., or the helix iantkina ; less 
permanent than scarlet as a dye, of a bluish tint, and 
oommonly rendered 'blue :* Isa. i 18. 



onis-piTsr a-TiTsr. 

D^p^n m. pi, see Bag. Isa. iii. 22, i,e. money-bags or purses^ 
highly ornamented ; probably of metaL 

OBOOKBAOKED. 

)3I acfj, gibbous, hunchbacked : Lev. xzL 90. 

QBOOKED. 

1 rP^jl seeJ^or. Jobxxvi. 13. 'Lxx.ipdKOPTa6^p§6yopTa;aUbi 

kwoirrdrrip. Aq. 6^ fiox^^^* The constellation in the 
heavens is undoubtedly intended by the crooked or 
fleeing serpent. 

2 *1*in to be tumid ; to be elevated. Kal jMMt. PattL 

3 iTI^ to turn awry or the wrong way ; to make crooked. PiBL 

pret, 

4 r\\}f to be crooked, in opposition to being straight. Phl 

^pret, PuAL ^part, 

6 2\>y a4j' a hill, acclivity. 

8 ypbjyp adj. winding, crooked, bypaths. *)^n^|^ oc^*. windings 
tortuous, epithet of a serpent. 

7 ^JH to twist, pervert, wrest. PnsL •pre*. ^» «>Ry adj, perverse. 

oQit^j^pp m.|>Z. tortuous ways. 

8 /^l/n^ adj, crooked, crafty, perverse. 



Deut.xxxii6. 
JobxxvLlS. 
Pii.cxzv.5. 
ProT.ii.l&. 



8 

1 

8 

7b 



EcdeaLlS. 

VU.18. 
l8a.xzTiLl. 

xL4. 



4b 
4a 
8a 

5 



a.zm.18. 
xlv.2. 
lix.8. 
iii 9. 



7o 

1 

7a 

8 



OBOP (F). 
t|Dp to pluck 0% to break o£ Kal prH. Ezek. zviL 4./«*. 
Ezek. xvii. 22. 

CBOF {N). 
ntpD /• crop, craw of birds : Lev. L id. 

^ CBOSS'WAT. 

P^B m. a place where two ways break or separate : Obad. 14. 

OBOnOH. 
n^l to be bnused, crushed. Kal /tU. Ps. x. 10, or, lie is 

crushed. 
nrUS^ to bow down. Hithpael inf. i Sam. iL 36. 

OBO'WN. 

1 *V fn. a list or border which went about the top of the ark 

of the covenant, the table of shewbread, and the altar 
of incense. 

2 *^n3 to compass about. HiFHiL ^fut, ^ "^TX} m, diadem. 

3 *)TJ m* the golden plate which was fixed upon the fore part <^ 

the high priest's mitre, with this inscription upon it, 
" Holiness to the Lord," was a token of his eminent 
distinction and separation to Gbd ; therefore it has the 
name of separation or consecration given to it, which we 
translate crown. And as a crown or diadem is the badge 
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pari of mAQkind, bo tlus mune is also given to the crowns 
or diadems of kings, and to the hair of the Nazarite : 
Jer. vii. 39. •D^'^.np m.pl, crowned, t.e. princes. 

4 IDJ to compass, to crown. Piel ^pnt. ^fwt, ^part. HiPHiL 
^part, •?'"59Jf /. a crown, convivial or royal; any 
ornament or dignity r a Sam. xii. 30, &c. 

6 *1^P Ilk crown of the head. 

Ka 4 e not included. 

Gen.zliz.26. 
Ezod. zzv. 11, U, 26. 

zxiz. 8. 

zxx.S,4. 

zzzTii2,ll,12,20, 
27. 

zzziz. SO. 
Lev. TiiL 9. 

zxil2. 
Beut. xzziii 20. 
2 8am. L 10. 

OBITEZi. 

1 DtDn m. see Violence. 

T T 

2 }^n to be acid ; to be violent and oppressive from a malicious 

heart. Kal part, Poel. 

3 "^pK a4j. cruel and unrelenting, without regard to the sorrows 

and sufferings of others ; without consideration, mercy, 
or compassion: Jer. vi.23. •'Iljtf adj,id. »»n^n.i3ti/. 
cruelty, fierceness. 

4 ptS^ m. oppression. 

6 fpB m. oppression, rigour, from the idea of crushing. 
G n^ij to be hard, severe, vehement. Kal »prrf. »» ni^g adj. hard, 
hardened. 



B 


2 Sam. ziv. 26. 




Ps.ezzziil8. 


8 




2 Kings zi. 12. 




Prov. ziv. 18. 


2a 




2 Chron. xziii. 11. 




zxvii24. 


S 




E8th.i.ll. 


2b 


Cant.iii.U. 


4ea 




ii. 17. 


2b 


I8a.iu.17. 


6 




vi.8. 


2b 


zziiLS. 


4d 




Job ii. 7. 




Jer. ii. 16. 


6 




Ps. vUi. 6. 


4b 


zlvili.45. 


6 




Izv. 11. 


4a 


Nah. iii. 17. 


8a 




lzxziz.89. 




Zech.iz.16. 


8 




ciiL4. 


4o 







Oen. zliz. 6. 

zlix.7. 
Exod. vi. 9. 
Deut. zxziL 88. 
Jndg. iz. 24. 
Job xzz. 21. 

Ps. ZZT. 19. 

zzvii.12. 



1 
6a 
6b 

8 

1 
8 
1 

1 



P8.1zzL4. 

Izziv. 20. 
Prov. V. 9. 

zi.l7. 

xii. 10. 

xviL 11. 

zxvii.4. 
Cant. viii. 6. 



2 

1 
8a 
8a 

8a 
8a 
8b, 
6bl 



Isa.ziiL9. 

ziz.4. 
Jer. vi.2S. 

ZZZ.14. 

L42. 
Lam. iv. 8. 
£zek.zviiL18.« 

zzziv.4. 



8a 

6b 
8 
8 
8 



« <«. he oppressed an oppression. 



OBITSE. 
pdi^B m. see BoUle. i Kings ziv. 3. 
n^n^V /. a dish : 3 Kings ii. 10. 

nn&V /. a cruse, flask, for water: i Sam. xxvi. 11, 12, 16: 
1 Kings xvii. 11, 14, 16 ; xiz. 6. 

GBITSH. 
feC^ lee Break, Piel inf. Lam. iii. 34. fui. Job iv. 19. 

Hithpakl/iU. Job V. 4. 
DtDH to defeat, to destroy. Kal pret. Jer. IL 34. 
liXt to press, to squeeze together. Kal ftii. Job xxxiz. ) 5. 

n*^^t m. crushed : Isa. lix. 5. 
nn3 to beat, stamp, break in pieces. Kal part. PailL Lev. 

xxii. 34. 
YTp to press, squeeze. Kal fia. Num. zziL 35. 
Pn to break, to break in or down. Kal part, PoeL Amos 

iv. I. part, Patil. Deut. zxviii. 33. 
^y^ to breaks to break in pieces. Kal inf, lam, i. 15. 



1 P3« 



3 i)DTi 

T T 

4 aa^ 



t: V 



8 n^ 



9 r\^B 
10 i>ny 

nnmv 
12 pjn? 



OBY. 

to roar for pain or anguish ; to cry out in distress ; to 
groan as men do that are mortally wounded. Kal 
•<n/. NiPHAL *»t»\/'. *part. ** rr^jfci /. crying out. 

to cry out with a loud voice, chiefly from sorrow or fear ; 
in complaint of some great sorrow, or imploring help ; 
of those afflicted or oppressed by an enemy, hard pressed 
in battle, in danger at sea, in any great distress or 
strait, oppressed by hard servitude ; sometimes to call, 
to call together. It is used also in a religious sense, 
of penitents, to express their earnestness, i Sam. xii. 

10, Joel i. 14 : it may be the cry of £uth, Ps. czUL 5 ; 
a persevering cry, i Sam. xv. 11; which receives a 
grracious hearing from God, Ps. xxii. 5, evil. 13, 19 ; 
Isa. XXX. 19 ; or does not receive, Isa. Ivii. 13, Jer. xi. 

1 1, Lam. iii. 8, Hab. i. 2. It is attributed to the heart, 
Isa. XV. 5, Hos. viL 14 ; to inanimate things, Hab. ii. 
1 1 ; a cry of destruction, Isa. xv. 5, such as men raise 
in any great calamity. The person to whom one cries, 
whom one implores, is put with ^M, b, and in ace. the 
thing or cause of complaint is put after *>lii )f ^^dVd, 
also in ace, as Hab. i. 2, where both constructions are 
joined ; (how long) shall I cry out unto thee (because 
of) violence ! comp. Job xix. 7. It is once used of the 
intemperate or boastful language of a foolish prince, 
Eccles. ix. 17 ; of clamour, strife, comp. 1 Tim. ii 33, 24. 
Kal ^ pret. ^inf. ^imp. ^fuJt. Hiphil «/m<. pyj Ch. 
P*AL ^prfi. « np^^j /. an outcry. 

(see Noise), to be clamorous. KALfut, 

to cry aloud. PxEL/ut. Judg. v. 38, in expectation of his 
triumphal approach, perhaps imitating the triumphal 
shout. 

/. a clamorous noise : Prov. xix. 18, •* for his crying.** 
The marg. takes the word to be Hiphil inf. of n^D for 
his crying, or, to his destruction, or, to cause him to 
die. 

to give. Kal •pre*, ^fut, 

to answer, to cry responsively ; of jackals, which howl in 
answer to one another. Kal * pret. ^ inf. 

to look upwards; to long for. See Pant. This word 
very beautifully expresses the natural action of animals 
parched with thirst and deprived of all supply of water. 
— Henderson in loc. According to Hebrew writers, ex- 
pressive of the ciy of the deer. Kal fut, 

to cry out, to scream, of a woman in travalL Kal fut, 

is used of any clear, shrill sound ; to neigh, to cry aloud. 
Kal *pret. Pikl *> imp, 

f. outcry, e.y. of sorrow, on account of some sudden and 
unexpected calamity. 

to cry out, especially for pain, sorrow ; in complaint and 
for help : it evidently implies earnestness and intensity 
of spirit, as well as energy of utterance: in Ezod. 
xiv. 15 it seems to imply mental crying: ieq. ^M of 
person, and )- Seq. ace, of thing, of which one com- 
plains. With inf, cry at all. Kal ^pret, ^inf, «mp. 



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14 
15 



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17 



«yirf. •pafii» PoeL PnL *paH, «n^y /. ciTiiig out, 

etpeoially for aid. 
TTfi to be clear; frep. of the Tmee, to cry aload. KiL|)cir<. 

'^ Poel. 
y\p m. any sound, noise, roioe. 
tnp to cry out, to call, to proclaim, to call together. Kal 

•prrf. *tn/. ^imp. ^fvi, •par*. PoeL Niphal 'prrt. 

PuAL »prc«. Mnjj Ch. P'al *»/ttf. »parr. ck;ttve. 

pri to make a loud noise ; to shout for joy ; more rarely of a 

mournful cry. HiPHiL • vnf. * tmp. */irf. 
)J*1 to giye forth the Toioe with Tehemenoe, either in joy or 
sorrow. Kal •imp. *»/itf. PnL «/ut * n^T /. shout- 
ing for joy ; a moamfol cry. 

18rrtK^/. p2* noise, eiamonr. 

19 3n^ to cry for help in di s tress. Phl *pre<. ^tn/. «/u<. 
*jwrf. • J^i) HI. cry for help, ^t^'t m. id, 9V}Xi m, 
id. ^ n^^^ /. id. 

SO ypiS^ Our version takes this word to be of the same meaning 
as ^lyf; but according to Gesenius and others, pr. 
to stroke, to smear.; to be blinded ; Pilp. to delight 
oneself, to be delighted. Kal ^hnp, Isa. zxix» 9, 
"and cry," marg, 'and riot.* Hpthpalpel *» imp. Isa. 
xxix. 9, marg. * or, take your pleasure,' i. e. indulge 
yourselves, if ye will, in your delights and pleasures ; 
but soon ye shall be blinded with astonishment at the 
things which shall happen. So that in this and the 
previous clause, verbs alike in form and different in 
sense are used. See Afphtdix. 



Gen.iT.lt. 


12e 


1 Sam. iv. 14. 


HI 


zviiLSO. 


Sg 


v.lO. 


xviiLn. 


12 9 


V.12. 


19 h 


ziz.18. 


12 g 


vii.8. 


2b 


xxvii. 84^84. 


12dg 
16 3 


viL9. 


2d 


zzix.U^lfi»ia, 


viiLtt. 


2a 


xli.48. 


16 d 


ix.16. 


if 


X1LB0. 


Ifd 


xiL8.10. 


xlv.l. 


16d 


XV. 11. 


8d 


Bxod.lL2S,». Sd,19h| 


xvlLB. 


16 d 


iU.7.9. 


12 g 


XX. 87. 88. 


16d 


V.8. 


12e 


xxiv. 8. 


16 d 


V.15. 


12d 


xxvi.l4wU. 


16da 


viiLia. 


12d 


xxviiLl2. 


2d 


xia. 


12g 


2 8am. xiii. M.^ 


2a 


zii.80. 


12k 
12d 


xviii86. 


16d 


xiv. 10, 16. 


xix.4. 


2d 


XV. 26. 


12d 


xix.2S. 


2b 


XTfl.4. 


12 d 


XX. 16. 


16 d 


xxii.2S.S9. ISbdg 


xxiL7.7. 16d.l9h 


XTii.27. 


12d 


1 Kings viii. 28. 


17d 


xxxiiia. 


7b 


xiiL2.81. 


16d 


Lev. xiii. 46. 


16 d 


xiU.4.82. 


16 a 


NmD.xL2. 


12d 


xviL 20, 21. 


16d 


xii.18. 


19 d 


xviiL27. 


16 cU 


xiv.l.« 


6b 


xviii.28. 


16d.l4 


XVL84. 


U 


XX. 80. 


12a 


XX. 16. 


12d 


xxii. 82. 


2d 


Dent. XV. 9. 


16 a 


2KtngsiLlS. 


Iff 


xxii. 24. 27. 


12 a 


lv.1.40. 


12a 


xxiv. 16. 


16 d 


vi6. 


led 


XXVL7. 


Ua 


vi.26. 


12a 


Jorti.xxiv.7. 


12d 


TliL8. 


12 b 


Judg.iiL9,16. 


2d 


viii 6. 


12e 


iv.8. 


12d 


xi.14. 


16 d 


V.28. 


4 


xviii28. 


16d 


vi.e. 


Sd 


XX. 11. 


16 d 


vi7. 


Sa 


lChron.v.20. 


Ba 


viL20. 


16 d 


2 Chron. vi 19. 


17 d 


vii.21. 


16 


xui. 12. 


16 a 


ix.7. 


16d 


xiiLl4. 


12d 


X.10. 


2d 


xiv. 11. 


16 d 


x.m 


Ud 


xviii.81. 


Bd 


X.14 


iS3 


XX. 9. 


2d 


xviii.28. 


xxxii.18. 


16 d 


lSsm.iv.18. 


Bd 


xxxiL20. 


Bd 



Neh.v.1. 

v.a 

ix.4.2& 

ix.9. 

ix.27. 
Bsth.iv.1,1. 

ix.81. 
Job xvi 18. 

xix.7. 7. 

xxiv. 12. 

xxviL9* 

xiix.12. 

XXX. 6. 

XXX. 20. 28. 

XXX.24.Y 

xxxi.88. 

xxxiv.28^28. 

XXXV. 9, 9. 

XXXV. 12. 

xxxvi.18. 

xxxviiL41. 

xxxix.7. 
P8.iii.4 

V.2. 

ix.lB. 

xviLl. 

xviii.6,i. 

xviii41. 

xxiL2. 

xxiL6. 

xxiLB*. 

xxvii. 7. 

xxviiil. 

xxviiLB. 

XXX. 2. 

XXX. 8. 

xxxi. 22. 
i xxxiv.6. 

xxxiv.16. 

xxxiv. IT. 

xxxix.12. 

xl.l. 

Iv. 17. 

lvi.9. 

IviLB. 

Ixi.1. 



19 

12 d 
fdg 

S» 

Bg 

12 d, 19 

19 c 

125 

19 d 

16 

19 

19 f 

2d 

IBg 

B«.19o 

12 d 

19 

19 

18 

16 d 
19 g 
125 

17 d 
19th 

19 
16 d 
2a 
19 b 
16d 
16d 

19 b 
19a 
16 d 
19 b 
16a 
19 h 
12 a 
19h 
19h 
8 
16 d 
16d 
17d 



Ps.lxLS. 
lxvLl7. 
lxix.8. 
1XXU.1B. 
Ixxvii. 1. 
lxxxlv.2. 
lxxxvL8. 
lxxxvHi.1. 
Ixxxviii. 2. 
Ixxxviii. 18. 
lxxxix.26. 
cii. 1. 
ovi.44. 
ovii6.28. 
cviL 18.191 
Cxix. 146. 146, 
oxix.147. 
cxix. 160. 
cxx.1. 

CXXX.1. 

oxxxviiLB. 

cxli.1.1. 

exliil. 

oxliL6. 

cxlii.6. 

cxlv. 19. 

cxlvu.9. 
Prov.i20. 

i.21. 

ii.8. 

viii.1. 

viiL8L 

ix.8. 

xix.18. 

xxi.18.lS. 
Eccles. ix. 17. 
Isa.v.7. 

vi.8. 

vL4. 

viiL4. 

xiL6. 

xiii 22. 

xiv. 81. 

XV. 4. 4 

XV. 6,6. 

XV. 8. 

xix.20. 

xxi. 8. 

xxiL6. 

xxiv. 11. 



16d 

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lb 


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xxviis. 


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1! 


IviiLL 


160 


xxvii 80. 


jviiLO. 
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190 


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16 a 


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viLie. 


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AmosfiiA. 


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Jonah i 2. 


16 


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120 


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20 


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11 


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16a 


iill. 


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16a 


xlvii2. 
xlviii8.5. 


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16a 


12g 


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16 e 


xlviii4.84. 
x!viii.20. 


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20 


vii.7. 


16a 


xlviiiSl. 


2d 


vii.l8,U. 


16ad 


xlix.8. 


120 


MaLiilS. 


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xlix.21. 


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ng is to them. 8 stoiy. ' or, tske 

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fi Nt going and cried, 
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TO 

OBYSTAL. 

n^a^T /. (see PuT^, glass or crystal : Job xxviii. 17. 
rnp m. ice ; crystal, as resembling ice : Esek. L 99« 

~ V 

OUBIT* 
ntdHt a measure, near i% inches^ or i.8«4 %mA loag; oOiQis 
very frequently i Gen. vi, 15^ &c. y^\B f.pLQk, Ssia 
vi 3, 3 : Dan. iii. i, i. 

"VA in. a staff, rod ; then a cubit : only in Judg, iii 16. 

CITOKOW. 

^n^ m. according to Lzz. asid Yulg. sea-mew, sea-gull ; Vulg. 
kuntf, an aquaitio Urd» so oallad firooi ita leamms. — 
Bochart. Dr. Shaw, in his IVavels, p. 252, gave it as 
his opinion that it might be, agreeably to the ssnpture 
name, the sal-saf ; but this is doubtful, and no sufficient 
reason has been given for disturbing our translation : 
Lev. zi 16 : Dent. xiv. 15. 

CTTGITMBEB. 
D^MS^ m. pL cooimbars, or probably the wmtw-melans, which 
are still an abundant article of food in I^gypt, highly 
prized, eepeciaUy by the poor, and veiy gnteful in so 
hot a countiy : Num. 3u« 5. ^^^9 /, a gacdaa of 
ououmbers : Isa. i. 8. 



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CUD. 

mS /. the end which is drawn up through the neck to be 
chewed again. See Chew, Lev. xi. 3, 4, 4, 5, 6, 7, 16 : 
Dent. xiv. 6, 7, 7, 8. 

OITMBBANOIL 
n^b m. burden, trouble : Dent. Lis. 

OTrMMIN. 
)bp m, the cummin of the ancients is the etnniiMNii tolmifii of 
Linnsus : Isa. xxviii. 2^, 37, 17. 

OUNNINa. 
pK 91. an artist, faithful and trustworthy in his art : "a cun- 
ning workman." 
pB to understand. See Prudent, Skilful, HiPHiL part. 
D2n adj. wise. 

3^n to think, to devise ; to be skilful or ingenious in any work. 
Kal •jpaH. PoeL » nai^rrg /. thought, device, 
jnj to know. Kal •port. PoeL *»ny3 /. knowledge. 



Gkn. XXV. 27. A 
Exod. xxvt 1, 81. 

xxviiL 0,16. 

xxxi.4. 

XXXV. 8S.^ 

XXXV. S5, 35. 

xxxvi. 8,85. 

xxxviiL83. 



6a 
4a 
4a 

4b 
4b 
4ab 
4a 
4a 



Exod. xxxix. 8, 8. 
1 Sam. xvi. 18, 18. 
1 Kings vii. 14. 

1 Chron. xxii. 15. 
nv.7. 

2 Chron. ii. 7. 7, 18, 

K14. 



4a 


2 Chron. xxvL 16. 


4a 


5a 


Cant. viL 1. 




6b 


Isa.ui8. 




8 


xl.20. 




8 


Jer. ix. 17. 






X.9. 




8 


Dan.L4. 


6.8 



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OITP. 

HI. a cup or bowl : Gren. xliv. 2, 2, 12, 16, 17. 

m. a cup, basin, goblet : Isa. xxii. 24. 

/. a cup ; the cup of consolation (Jer. xvi. 7.) seems to 

refer to the refreshment taken after funerals, which was 

sent by friends. D^a m. a purse, a bag : Prov. xxiii. 

31, 2'nD. 
/. pi. see Bawl: Jer. liL 19. 
«». bowl : Zech. xii. 2. 
/. pi. dishes, bowls for libations. Lxx. ffw^pZtU, i Chron. 

xxviiL 17. ^ 

to water, to give to drink ; a cupbearer. HiPHiL part. 

I Kings X. 5 : 2 Chron. iz. 4 : Neh. L 1 1. 



CITBDIiE. 
Kfip to coagulate as milk, to curdle. Hiphil fut. Job x. 10. 

OITBB. 
nriB to thnst away, to remove either the bandages of a wound 
or the power of disease, and so to heal, to cure. Kal 
fut. Hos. v. 13. 
nPVPi f. an ascending, coming up, as when a wound heals : Jer. 
xlvi. II, lit. no cure shall be unto thee. 
Kfi") to heal. Ejll pret. Jer. zxxiii. 6. HB^Q m. healing : Jer. 
xxxiiL 6. 

OITBIOirS. 

aWT] m. cunning, curious work, girdle, &c. : Exod. zzviii. 8, 27, 



28 ; xxix. 5 ; xxxix. 5, 20, ai : Lev. viiL 7. n J^np /. 
artificial work : Exod. xxxv. 32. 

UJT^ to embroider. Pual pret. Ps. ftXTiix. 15, ** ouriously 
wrought,** lit. embroidered. 

OITBBBNT. 
*^2}f to pass : it is applied to such money as passes with mer- 
chants, approved and allowed as the precious metals 
were, in pieces ; probably the weight was marked upon 
them. Coined money could hardly have been known 
in &e days of the Patriarchs. Kal part. Pool, Gen. 
zxiiL 16. 



n^ 



2 niK 



8 ?ni 



4 Dnn 



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OUBSB. 

to swear, to adjure ; to bind oneself to ano^er person by 
an oath ; to curse. Kal ^pret. ^ nb^ /. an oath ; see 
Swear. « f'Ji}? /. curse, execration. 

to curse, mostly as to its effect ; but also to wish or speak 
evil of any one ; eomp. Exod. xxii. 28 with Acts xxiii. 5 : 
Job iii. 8, cursors of the day, i e. a class of magicians 
who were thought able to render particular days un- 
fortunate by their imprecations. Kal *pret. ^vi\f. 
•imp. ^fut. • part. Voel. 'part.TaMl. NiPHALSpaW. 
PiiL ^pret. ^part. Hophal ^fut. *n;!HD /. curse, 
execration, most commonly in its effect 

to kneel; to invoke God; to invoke blessings dr evil; 
means sometimes to curse, by a signification which is 
peculiar to similar words in other languages, as in the 
Latin, tacrare imprecari, &o., and to be decided by the 
connection in which the word is used, or by the manner 
and intention of the speaker : in the same way it means 
sometimes to blaspheme, as well as to speak well of; 
Bee Blatpheme. FiKL^pret. *»tmp. •fut. 

m. a devoted thing ; that which is separated or appointed 
to destruction. 

to note or mark with dishonour or ignominy, to stigma- 
tise. This primary meaning should be applied to 
passages in which it is rendered to curse. It is 
stronger in meaning than b^^. Kal fut. 

to curse, perhaps to pierce with words, t. 9. 1^. Ki^ 
^preL ^inf. '^imp. 

to be light ; to esteem lightly. In Job xxiv. t8 there is 
an elegant paronomasia between the words translfited 
swift and cursed, being from the same root. Piel, to 
utter violent reproaches, to imprecate evil, to curse: 
^pret. ^ifif. •imp. ^fut. 'part. Pdal '/uf . tpart. 
i» nbbj? cursing ; execration, curse. Observe the use of 
this word in Deut. xxvii. 13, compared with v. 15, &c. 

/. an oath. 

8 f Lev. XX. 9, 9. 7 d a 

xxiv. 11. 16. 7d 

xxiv. 14^ 23. 7 e 
Num. V. 18, 19, 22, 24, 

24. 2 i 

V. 21. 21. 28. lb 

V. 27, 27. 2 i, 1 b 

xxii. 6. 6. 6. 8 d k 

xxii. 11, 17. 6 c 

xxii. 12. 2d 

xxiii. 7. 8 c 

xxiii. 8, 8. 6k 6 a 



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2 f 


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2 f 


V.29. 


2h 


viii. 21. a 


7b 


ix.25. 


2f 


xii. 3. 8. 


2d,7e 


xivu. 12, 18. 


7h 


xxvii. 29, 29. 


2fe 


xlix.7. 


2 f 


Bxod.xxil7. 


7e 


xxii. 28. 


2d 


Lev. xix. 14. 


7d 



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6b 


xxiii. 18. 


60 


xxiu. 25.^ 


6.6b 


xxiii. 27. 


6a 


xxiv. 9. 9. 


2fe 


xxiv. W. 


6b 


Deut. vii. 28, 26. 


4 


xi. 26. 28, 29. 


7h 


xiii. 17. 


4 


xxiii. 4. 


7b 


xxiii. 5. 


7h 


xxviL18.Y 


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Jfeh.x.29. 


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xxiv.9. 




xxxi.SO. 


Judg.T.2ail8.l 2a2bo 


Pfcx.7. 


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xxxTii. 22. 


U 


ix.W. 


7h 


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xviL2. 


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lxiL4. 


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1 Sam. xir. 2^28. 


2 f 


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nxix. 21. 


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xx?i.l9. 


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2 Sam. xvL 5. 


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Prov. XXX. 10, 11. 
Bodes. FiL 21. 

vii. 22. 

X. 20, 20. 
Isa. yiii. HL 

xxiv. 8. 

xxxiv. 6. 

xlui.28. 

Ixv.l6. 
Jer. xi. 8. 

XV. 10. 

xvii.6. 

XX. 14, 16. 

xxiv.9. 

XXV. 18. 

xxvl. 6. 

xxix. 18. 

xxix.^2. 

xia. 18. 

xUv.8,lil22. 

xlviii. 10, 10. 

xlix. 18. 
Lam.iii.66. 
San.ix.ll, 
Zech. V. 8. 

viii.18. 
Mai. i. 14. 

ii.2,2,2. 

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OUBTAIN. 
p^ Hi. a fine tiiin gaiment or curtain : Isa. xL a 2. 
n^^^ /. a cnrtain, from its tremulous motion : occurs frequently 
in Exod. xxvi. and zxxvi. and in Num. iy. 15 : 2 Sam. 
vii. s : I Chron. zvii. i : Ps. civ. 2 : Gant. i. 5 ; Isa. 
Hy. 2 : Jer. iy. 20 ; z. 20 ; xlix. 29 : Hab. iii. 7. 
1TDD f?»t banging, ooyering : Num. iii. 26. 

OITSTODY. 
T ^ hand: Esth. ii. 3> 8, 8, 14. 
rripd /. cat^ oyersigkt: Num. iiu 35> «Miy. 'tilt oflOoe of the 
charge.' 

OnSTOM. 
IfTV 0Ofli. mj : Q^n. zzxi. 35. 
tp^^ Oh. m. toll : Ezra iv. 13, to; yH. 24. 
ph m. a statute^ law, decree, ordinance : Judg. xL 39 : Jer. 
xxxii. 1 1. 71%^ /. Lev. xviii. 30 : Jer. x. 3. 
M^ m, ^dgment, righ^ law, custom : i Sam. n. 13 : Esra iii 4. 

CUT. 
1 yV3 to out off pieces, to divide, to separate, to snatch avray. 

KAL*tiap. YiML^fia, 
S *)V3 to cut off; to strip a vineyard by gathering all the grapes 

in time of vintage. Kal foU, 

3 yjB to cleave. PiXLpre^. 

4 K^B to hew, hew out; to out down, to cut off. PiEii|ire<. 

5 *T^B to out and hew ; to out in, to make incisions in the flesh, 

#. g, in mourning, or as a part of idol worship. HiVR- 
ro«li *fut. *> part. • l^"»l m. furrow. 

6 ]nB to out oi£( to cut asunder, to cut down, implying a degree 

of violence, and therefore sometimes translated to hew 
down, and to break down ; yet it is once used of cutting 
o^ the beard, and as this is in token of grief, it may 
well admit of some idea of violence, Isa. xv. 2 ; to out I 



10 



asunder a rod or staff in token of breaking a covenant. 

Kal ^pret. ^ftU, « pare. PaijL, NffHAL * pre*. PnL 

*prei, ffta, PUALBprc*. 
nd to pass away quickly ; or to be cut off Kal prd. 
TT| to mow, to shear. Kal ^imp. Niphal, to be cut off or 

slain, ^pret. 

IH to cut, to cut off; to imdfl, to separate ; to he «ut oi^ to 
£gu1, to perish. Kal ^pret, ^fut. Niphal ^pret. "^li 
Ch. Ithp'al ^preL 

ni to eut ofl^ as with an axe. Niphal prA 

11 HOT to be reduced to a state of silence ; to be laid waste, to 

be cut off; applied to nations, to cities, and to men. 
Niphal ^pret. ^inf. "'O^ m. quiet, rest, stillness: Isa. 
xxxviii. 10 ; Gesenius, in the quiet of my days. 

12 DM the same. Niphal ^pree. ^fut, 

13 3^n to fell or hew wood. Kal/u^. 

14 ^pn to pass ; to change ; to pass on against, to assalL KAL^ttf. 

15 SOT ^ ^®^ ^^ ^^^ stone or wood ; fig. to hew with destructive 

judgments. HiPHiL pari, 

16 yW to cut, or divide. Pual, to be cut off in the midst^ «. e. 

finished, or ended : jprti. 

17 D^n /. cutting or engraving of stones. 

18 *Tn|l (see Hidi), to cut off or demolish ; pr, to make to dis- 

appear, Niphal ^pret. ^fyt. •pg/ri. HiymTi *prc<. 

19 np3 to cut down. Kal part, Pattl. 

20 D^3 to cut, to cut off, to root out, to destroy; to strike, to 

smite ; to punish with death. With inf., cut off utteriy. 
KAL»^rt. *»!»/. «mi). ^fut. 'pari. Poel. 'par*. PattL 
Niphal •|)ar<. ^inf. ^fut. Pual ^ part Hiphil ^jprefc 
»fn/. »/i*<. HoPHAL <»prc«. 

21 7^ to cut off, to circumcise; to cut down grass; to be out 

down, as stalks of com : so Ps. Iviii. 7 may be under- 
stood, according to Gussetius, "Their arrows shall be as 
though they were cut down," and lie like stalks of oorm 
in the field. Polel ^fut, Hithpolel ^fiU. 
2f 70^ the same ; to out off a branch. KALfitt, 

23 np^ to be clean, clear. Our version seems to have followed 

the reading of 0)73. Gocceius takes the meaning in this 
passage to be, 'to be cleared away.' Niphal pre*. Zech. 
v. 3. marg. 'or, every one of this people that stealeth 
holdeth himielf guiltless.' 

24 ^j^l to cut off, to clear away and open thickets fai a wood. 

ViXLpret, 
26 nn^ to cut flesh in pieces, applied both to sacrifioes and to the 

human body. Piel •pre*. *>/<**• 
26 "lajf Ch. to make, do, &c. lTHP*ALyti«. 
^ TUjf to go up ; to be taken away. Kal i V. 

28 npB to cleave, to cut up, to cleave wood. Kal pmH, PoeL 

29 ftpV to be silent ; to make silent, to out oiS, to destroy. Kal 

^pret. Niphal »'|we*. Pilbl« pre*. HiPHiL<ifmp. •/«*. 

30 t3^p to loathe, to nauseate, to be o^Rmsive : Gesenius, to cut ofL 

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loathe or abominate,*' i, e. who shall loathe or hate the 
thing that he hopes for. 

31 ^Op to pluck oflF, to break off. Kal •part. Niphal ^fut. 

82 tDDp to cut down ; to lay fast hold of, according to Gresenius and 
others. Pual pret. Job xxii. i6. The meaning here is 
probably, " who were huddled together by the waters." — 
BamtM. It is supposed in the whole of the context there 
is ^illusion to the deluge. See Good on Job. 

33 00\> to cut ofi^ fruit. Posl/u<. 

34 *1Dp to out off, a wearer's web. Piel prd, 

85 pfp to cut off, a cord, the hand, &c. ; to cut up into threads ; 

to cut away, to cut loose. Kal ^pret. Piel *'prrt. 

•/ui* Pual ^paH. • y;?^ CJh. Pail prd. 
30 3Vp to cut offer down, a tree. Kal/W. 
37 nVp to cut off, hence to destroy; to cut short. Kal^w^. 

PiKL «» inf. Piel « paH. 
33 yip to reap. Kal/«<. 
89 Xnp to rend, to cut in pieces, to cut out. Kal •pret. ^fut, 

40 D^b^ to cut, to gash oneself, to make incisions in the flesh, 

as was customary in mourning. With inf., cut in 
pieces. TLal ^ inf. Nifhal ^fut, ^ IQ^^ m. an incision. 
•n^i^f.id. 

41 Ttri tocut offer away. Hjpmhprd. 

42 Hi^ to saw. KALfut. 



Gen.ix.ll. 

iviLl4. 
£xod. iv. 2S. 

ii.15. 

xii.lS,19« 

zxiii.23. 

xxix.17. 

XXX. 33, 88. 

xxxLS. 

xxxi.14. 

xxxiv. 18. 

xxxv.SS. 

xxxix.8. 
Lev. i. e, 12. 

viL 20, 21, 26, 27. 

Tiii.2a 

xviL4,9. 

xvii 10. 

xyii.l4u 

xiriii.29. 

xix.8. 

xix.28. 

XX. S, 6. 6w 

XX. 17, 18. 

xxL5. 

xxii 8. 

xxii 24. 

xxiii20. 

xxviSO. 
Num. iv. 18* 

ix.18. 

xiii23. 

xiii24. 

XV. SO. 

XV. 8L 

xix.18.20. 
I>eat.vii5. 

XU.29. 

xiv.l. 

xix.l. 

xix.6. 

XX. 19. 

XX. 20. 

zxiiil. 

xxiv. 19. 

XXV. 12. 
Jo^.iiil8. 

iti 16. 

iv.7.7. 

▼Si. 9. 

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205 
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20 1 


XV. 16. 


20d 


Judg. is. 


860 


xxii. 7. 


20m 


85d 


xxvi.21. 


96 


vi.*26.2«. 


20d 


xxviii 24. 


860 


vi28. 


20k 


xxxil. 


6 f 


ti8a 


20a 


xxxii21. 


18 f 


ix.48,49. 


20d 


xxxiv. 4, 7. 


6e 


XX. 6. 


26d 


Jobiv.7. 


18 a 


xxie. 


6d 


vi9. 


lb 


Buth iv. 16. 


20 i 


viiil2. 


81b 


ISam.iiSl. 


6a 


viii.14. 


80 


ii.33. 


20n 


xi. 10. 


14 


V.4. 


20 f 


xiv. 8. 


22 


xvii. 61. 


20d 


xiv. 7. 


20 i 


XX. 16. 15. 


20nm 


xviii. 16. 


22 


xxiv. 4. 


20d 


xxi. 21. 


16 


xxiv. 5. 


20a 


xxii 16. 


32 


xxiv. 11. 


20b 


xxii. 20. 


18 a 


xxiv. 21. 


20 n 


xxia.l7. 


29b 


xxviii. 9. 


20 1 


xxiv. 24. 


29 


xxxi.9. 


20d 


xxviii 10. 


8 


2 8am.iv«l2, 


850 


XXX. 4. 


81a 


VU.9. 


20n 


xxxvi.20. 


27 


X.4. 


20d 


Ps. xii. 8. 


20n 


XX. 22. 


20d 


xxxi.22. 


10 


lKingsix.7.a 


20 1. 


xxxiv. 16. 


20m 


xil«. 


20 1 


xxxvii. 8. 


22 


xiii84. 


18 e 


xxxvii. 9, 22. 


20 i 


xiv. 10. 


20 1 


xxxvii 84. 


20h 


xiv.14. 


20n 


xxxvii. 28. 88. 


20p 
86b 


xvui4. 


20m 


xlvi.9. 


xviii. 28, 88. 


25b 


liv.5. 


29d 


xviii28. 


5a 


Iviii7. 


21b 


xxi. 21. 


20 1 


Ixxv. 10. 


6 f 


2Kmg8vi4. 


9b 


Ixxvi. 12. 


2 


vi.6. 


86 


lxxx.16. 


19 


ix.8. 


20 1 


Ixxxiii. 4. 


18 f 


x.32.^ 


87b 


IxxxvUi. 5. 


90 


xvi. 17. 


85c 


Ixxxviiil6. 


290 


xviii. 4. 


20a 


XC.6. 


21a 


xviu. 16. 


86b 


xc. 10. 


7 


xix.23. 


20d 


xciv. 23. 28. 


29e 


xxiii 14. 


20d 


d.5. 


29e 


xxiv. 18. 


85c 


ci8. 


20m 


1 Chron. xvii 8. 


20n 


cviil6. 


6e 


xix.4. 


20d 


cix.l8. 


20m 


XX. 8. 


42 


dx. 15. 


20n 


2 Chron. ii 8. 


20b 


cxxix. 4. 


85b 


ii. 10. 


20e 


cxU.7. 


28 


iil6. 


20d 


oxliii.12. 


»e 



Prov. ii. 22. 


20 i 


X.81. 


20 i 


xxiii. 18. 


20 i 


xxiv. 14. 


20 i 


xxvi.6. 


87 c 


Isa. ix. 10. 


6g 


ix.l4u 


20n 


X.7. 


torn 


X.84. 


24 


xi.l8. 


20 i 


xiv. 12. 


6d 


xiv. 22. 


20 1 


XV. 2. 


6c 


xviii. 6, 5. 


20 a. 41 
ed.20g 


xxii. 25, 25. 


xxix.20. 


aog 


xxxiii. 12. 


19 


xxxvii 24. 


20d 


xxxviii. 10. 


lib 


xxxviii. 12; 12 


^Ib 


xiv. 2. 


6 f 


xlviu. 9. 


20m 


xlviii. 19. 


20 i 


Ii9. 


15 


Iiii8. 


9c 


Iv. 18. 


26 i 


Ivi 5. 


20 i 


Jer.vii.28. 


20g 


vii29. 


%l 


ix.21. 


20m 


X.8. 


20a 


xi.l9. 


20d 


xvi.6. 


5a 


xxii. 7. 


20a 


xxii. 14. 


80a 


XXV. 87. 


12 a 


xxxiv. 18. 


20a 


xxiyi.28. 


89b 



Jer.xlift. 


5b 


H06. x. 1 


11a 


xliv.7,8,11. 


20m 


X.15. _ 


11 ba 


xlvi. 28. 


20a 


Joel i 5, id. 


20g 


xlvii*. 


20m 


i9. 


20 


xlvii. 5, 5. 
xlviii i 2. 


11 a, 5 a 


Amoei6,8. 


201 


son. 12b 


ii3. 


801 


xlviii. 8. 


6c 


iiil4. 


6d 


xlyiu.25. 


6d 


ix. l.y 


la 


xlviii 37. 


6 c 


Obad.5. 


11 a 


xlix.26. 


12 b 


9. 


20 i 


il6. 


me 


10. 


20g 


i23.. 


6d 


14. 


20m 


LSO. 


12 b 


Hicaht.9. 


20 i 


li.6. 


12 b 


v.lO,ll,U18. 20 1 


U.62. 


20m 


Nah. i 12. 


8b 


Lam.ii8. 


6a 


il4 


20n 


m.58. 


29a 


il5. 


20ff 
201 


m.54. 


90 


iil8. 


Eiek. vi 6w 


41 


^iiil6. 


20n 


xiv. 8. 18. 17. 


&ab.iilO. 


87a 


xiv. 19, 21. 


som 


Hi. 17. 


9a 


xvi 4. 


20k 


Zeph. i 8. 4. 
i 11, 11. 


20 1 


xvii 9. 


88 


"-S!^ 


xvii. 17. 


20m 


iiiO. 


xxi^4. 
XXV. f. 18. 16. 


20 1 


^iii7. 


20 i 


20 1 


£eoh.v.8,8. 


28 


xxix.8. 


20 1 


ix.6. 


20 1 


XXX. 16. 


20 1 


ix. 10, 10. 


20lg 
18f 


xxxi 12. 


20d 


xi8. 


XXXV. 7. 


201 


xi.9.9. 


18ob 


xxxvii. 11. 


90 


xi. 10, 14. 


6b 


xxxix. 10. 


18 


Xil«. 


18 


Dan.ii5. 


26 


xii. 8. 


40.ab 


ii34,46. 


9d 


xiii8* 


20n 


iii.29. 


26 


xiu.8. 


20 i 


iv.14. 


85e 


Xiv. 8. 


20i 


ix.26. 


20 i 


Maiiil2. 


20n 


H08.viii4. 


80 i 







a Ut, cut off flrom the ftMM of the land, 
dash them in pieces on the heads of alL 



^ Ufi to cut off the ends of. y or. 



OYMBAZiS. 

Dy^(7!f m, put for any tinkling, ringing, clanging instrument ; 
cymbals which are struck together and produce a loud 
clanging sound : 4 Bam. vi. 5 : Ps. d. 5, g. D'pbsd 
dual, pair of cymbals : i Chron. xiii. 8 ; Xv. 16, 19, 38 ; 
xvi. 5, 41 ; XXV. I, (5 : 4 Ghron. ▼. 12, 13 ; xxix. 95 : 
Ezra iii 10 : Neh. xii. 97. 

OrPBBSS. 
t^yyPi f. a species of the oak, so called from its hardnefls and 
strength, much like the Latin, robiir ; Vulg. ilex : Isa. 
xliv. 14. Its wood is fragrant, and not liable to rot or 
be wormeaten. The imperishable coffins of the IJgyptian 
mummies are sometimes made of this wood. 

DAGGEB. 
yyn f. see Suxyrd, Judg. iii 16, 31, 22. 

DAINTY. 

rhKn /. desire : Job xxxiii. 10, marg, < meat of dedre.^ 
ntepop /. pi. (see Savoury), "dainty meats," Prov. xxiiL 3, 6, 
D^GIfio m. pi. (see Pleasant), '* dainties,** Ps. oxli. 4. 

nS9 ^' ^^ DtlicaU, Gen. xlix. 20. 

DAIiB. 

ppj^ m. see VaUey. Gen. xiv. 17:2 Sam. z?^. 18^ 

DAHAOB. 
DtDH m. violence, oppression, wtong : Pror. Izti. 6» 
73n Ch. m. hurt: Ezra if. 39. 

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pfj Ch. to suffer injuiy, cUunage. P'al part* passive, Dan. tL 
a. P}1 m. injuiy, damage : Esth. vii. 4. 

DAMASOITS. 

p\^iy\ Damascus is the metropolis of Damascene Syria, famous 
for its silk doth, called therefore damask. The word 
maj be put for such cloth, Amos iii. la, a couch of 
Damascene cloth, which may accoimt for the change of 
t> in the name of the place into ^ on this occasion, to 
mark a difference in the pronunciation. ^ however is 
the reading of many MSS. The margin has it, ' or, on 
the bed*s feet,^ according to the interpretation of Ibn- 
£zra and Elimohi. 

DAM. 

DK /. a mother : Exod. zzii. 30 : Lev. xxiL 37 : Dent. zziL 
6, 6, 7. 

DAMSBIi. 
tTiyi f. a young woman : Gen. xxxir. 4. 
*^Vi /• <^ young fenuile unmarried : Cren. zxIt. 14, ko, 
HD/^ /. %0irgin : Ps. IxviiL 15. 

Drn cam, womb ; a maiden, a damsel : Judg. v. 30. "Vrj^ /. 
damsel : Judg. y. 30, lit, two damsels. 

DANOB. 

1 !l3n to moTB with various turns and agitations in token Of Joy. 

Kal part. Poel. 

2 T^n to turn, to twist ; to dance. Kal » inf, Polel ^paH, 

^b^np f». dancing, perhaps with musicj in distinction 
from that without music. <* ^J^^t) /. id, 

8 *^^3 to move nimbly, to dance. Pilpel paH, 

4 *T^ to leap, to skip, to dance for joy. Kal • tf^. PuL ^fut, 
^pari. 



Bxod.zv.ao. 

zxxii.l9. 
Judff. xi. S4. 

zxi 21, 21. 

xxi.28. 
1 Sam. zviii 0. 

XXL 11. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2ad 
2b 
2d 
2d 



1 Sam. zxix. 6. 
XZX.16. 

2 Sam. vi. 14. 18. 
1 Chron. zv. 29. 
Job zxi. 11. 

P8.ZXX.11. 



2d 
1 
8 
4e 
4b 
2o 



PB.czlix.8. 

0I.4. 
Eocles. iii. 4. 
Isa. ziii. 21. 
Jer. zzzi. 4, 13. 
Lam. V. IS. 



2o 
20 
4a 

4b 
20 
2o 



DANDZ.BD. 
V^ to stroke, to soothe ; to be caressed. Palpal fid, Isa. 

Ixvi. 13. 

DABK. 

1 PfiM m. the setting of the sun, darkness ; trop, mi8£;>rtune, 

calamity : this word is more intense than ^^n ; dark- 
ness with clouds and a tempest. *nbpii/. thick and 
intense darkness. ^ b^^ adj, obscure, dark. « ^ptjO m. 
darkness, d n;bBMp /. darkness of Jehovah, thick dark- 
ness : Jer. ii. 31, "Have I been a wilderness unto Israel V 
without fruit ! "Have I been a land of darkness f* with- 
out the light of joy or help f 

2 THt^ty f. a proverb, a riddle ; " dark speeches," ** dark saying," 

** dark sentences." 
8 Tf^ to be dark : darkness is pot for the night. Job xxiv. 16 ; 
for the grave, Ps. Ixzzviii. 1 a ; for obUvion, Eocles. vl 



4; for privacy, Isa. zxix. iS, Esek. viii. I3. MeUiph, 
applied to all kinds of adversity and sorrow ; to death ; 
to that which is unknown or obscure ; to ignorance and 
error, Isa. v. 20 ; to unbelief and the pursuit of sin, 
Prov. ii. 13. To darken is to obscure right principles 
and truth by an ignorant representation, Job xxxviiL i ; 
dark vraters for heavy watery clouds charged with 
tempests; comp. 2 Sam. xxii. 11. Kal ^pret, ^fiU, 
HiPHiL « pret. ^fut, • part. ' "sj^n m. darkness ; nuseiy, 
adversity, ignorance, darkness, wickedness : Gen. ii. 4, 
&o. s n^yin f. darkness. ^7^^<6j^ f.id. Micah ill 6, see 
also ^t^n: some copies read n^«)n, prei, ' nj^^n /. id, 
* ^1?no m. id. » -^Sxiri Ch. m. id. 

4 n*^K^ /. from the verb to collect or bind : 2 Sam. xxii. 13, nuiirg, 
'binding,' i.e. condensation of waters, which Sohultens 
thinks ib designedly put for n|i^n darkness (of waters) 
in Ps. xviii. 1 1. 

6 nn|) to be blunted, dulled, repressed, abated. KAL^i^f, ^fuL 
*^*y^ adj. f. applied to the darkishness of a cutaneous 
eruption, in opposition to its being reddish and fiery. 

6 ^jSfp m. see Twilight. 

7 n^^j^ /. darkness ; which coven or shades. 

8 ntD7){ /. the obscurity which follows the setting of the son ; also 

thick darkness. 

9 Y\^ see Evening. Kal prtt, 

10 ?tr\}l thick douds, darkness, gloom ; gross darkness : it seems 

to be made up from r)n^ cloud, and S^^ to be dadc 

11 Dnp occurs only in Nifhal prtt. Isa. ix. 19, which according 

to the Rabbins is rendered darkened : €reeeniu8|, is con- 
sumed, burned : Lxz. ovyx^covrflu : Cod. Alex, cvyrav- 
tf^o-rroi : Targ. is burned. 

12 ^py to be darkish or shadowy. Kal pr^. 

13 yv? to be dirty, foul; to be of a dusky oobar, daikened. 

"Kal ^ pret. 'Bjsbxl^ pret. ^fut. 



14 Kfip to be thickened, as liquids ; to be dark, foggy. 
^fut. a»nD. ^ ]^HBj? m. congelation, »-^pv 



EIal 



Gen. zv. 12. 

zv. 17. 
Ezod. z. 15. 

ZZ.21. 
Lev. ziii. ^ 21, 21 

28,89,66. 
NunLziLS. 
Deut. iv. 11, U. 

V.22, 

zzviii.29. 
Josh. ii. 6. 

zziv. 7. 
2 Sam. zzii 10. 

zzii. 12, 12. 

1 Kings viiL 12. 

2 Chron. vL 1. 
Neh. ziii. 19. 
Job iii. 6. 

iii. 9. 

z. 22, 22^ 22. 
zii.25. 
zviiL6. 
zzii. IS. 
zziii. 17, 17. 
zziv. 16. 
zxviiL 3, 8. 
XZZ.26. 
xzzviii. 2. 



Ko. 3 ( rendered Darknet*, not included. 
8 i 



8b 
10 



00 

2 

8i;io 

10 
la 
8 f 

1 

10 

8t4 

10 

10 

12 

1 

8b 

7.1,1 

8 f 

8a 

10 

3f,l 

8 f 

8f,l 

1 

8e 



Job zzzviiL 9. 


10 


Isa. zlv. 19. 


Ps. zviii. 9. 


10 


LIO. 


zviii. U, 11.. 


"■n 


Iviu.lO. 


zzzv. 6. 


liz.9. 


iHt. 4. 


2 


lz.2,2. 


lziz.23. 


8b 


Jer.u.8L 


Izziv. 20. 


8k 


ziii.16, 16,16. 


lzzviiL2. 


2 


zziii. 12. 


lzzzii.6. 


8 i 


Lam. iii. 6. 


Izzzviii. 6. 18. 


8k 


£Mk.viiLl2. 


hxTviiL 12. 


8 f 


zzz. zviiL/B 


zci. 6. 


1 


zzziL7. 


zcvii. 2. 


10 


zzziLStyS. 
zzziv.li 


cv.28,28. 


8f.ld 


czzziz.l2;l2. 


8f.8i 


Dan.iL22. 


ozliii. 3. 


8k 


viii. 28. 


Prov. i. 6. 


2 


JoeliL%2. 


iv. 19. 


la 


ii.10. 


viL9. 


la 


iii. 16. 


Eocles. ziL 2. 


8b 


Amosiv.U. 


ziLS. 


8a 


V.8. 


I8a.v.30.80. 


8ba 


V.20.20. 


ViiL 22, 22. 


8i,la 


via. 9. 


iz.19. 


11 


Micah iii. 6.6. 


ziii. 10. 


8a 


Zeph. i. 16. 16. 


zziv. 11. 


9 


Zech.zil7. 


zziz. 16. 


8k 


ziv.6. 1 


ziii. 16. 


8k 





8f 

8 i 

la 

1 a 

8tlO 

Id 

8d,6,10 

la 

8k 

8 f 

8a 

18b 

18 0b8f 

10 

81 

2 

8tlt 

Ua 

18a 

7 

80 

8tlb 

80 

8ah,18a 

8(10 

6ab 

14a, cr b 



a lit. darkness of water. fi marg, '^, restrained;' some ocfiies read 

^^n. y IU.1 make them dark. 



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DABIiING. 

acy. only : Pa. x^di. 10 ; xxxv. 17 : mcurg, 'my only one.' 

DABT. 

m. an arrow : Prov. vii. 43. 

m, a mibsile weapon, discharged with violence : Job 

xli. 36. 
coa^ a rod or staB^ a spear, lance, as composed of a staffer 

rod, with an iron point : 2 Sam. xviii. 14. 
m. a missile weapon, as sent against an enemy ; a dart, 

javelin, spear, &c. : 3 Chron. xxxii. 5. 
m, a dub, bludgeon : Job xli. ig : Lxx. q^itpo, ; Vulg. 

maUeut. Gesenius, the ballista, stones of, understood. 



Bxod. XV. 6. 


6 


Ps.cxxxviL9. 


2a 


H08.X.14. 


2KingBviiLlS. 


4a 


laa-xiiLld. 


4c 


xiii.l6. 


P8.iL9. 


ab 


xiiLlS. 


4a 


Nah.iLl. 


10L12. 


1 


Jer.xiiLlA. 


2a 


iiLlO. 



DASH. 

1 ^ to strike ; to strike or dash against so as to stumble. 

2 Y^^ to dash, to break and shatter, so as to disperse and scatter 

abroad all the parts or pieces. PntL *pret, ^fut. 
8 Y^ ^ disperse. Hiphil part, 
4 IS^'l to smite, break, to kill by dashing children against the 

stones. PiKL •/<*«. TxJAL^pret. ''ftU. 
6 f!P to break, crush ; metaph, to harass, to oppress a people. 

KAL/ltf. 

4b 

40 

8 

40 

DAUB. 

*1Dn (see Slime), to daub with clay, mortar, or bitumen. Kal 

fut, Exod. ii. 3. 
n^D to cover, by plastering with mortar. Kal pret. Ezek. 

xiii. 13, 14; xxii^ 38. pctrt. Pool, Ezek. xiiL 10, 11, 

15* 15* 0^? fi^' Ezek. xiii. I3. 

DAiraHTEB. 

D^B m. house : Isa. x. 33 3'n3 house of. 
DB /. a daughter ; properly, as yet subject to a fitther's au- 
thority, hence the people that dwell in a city ; the 
daughter of Zion and of Jerusalem, 3 Kings xix. 3T, 
signify the inhabitants of Zion and Jerusalem : in the 
plural, the towns or villages adjacent to a city : very 
frequent : Gen. v. 4, &c. 
np3 /. {see Bride, Spouse), "daughter-in-law:" Gkn.xL3i, &c. 
)3 m. son: 3 Chron. xi. 18, l^ns. 

DAVID. 

. y\^ beloved, from ^y% part. pass, to love. David, the king of 
Israel ; also the son of David, the MessiAh : Jer. xxx. 9 : 
Ezek. xxxiv. 33, 34 ; xxxviL 34, 35 : Hos. iii. 5. Qf, Isa. 
Iv. 3 : Acts xiii. 34* 

DAWNING. 

f\^!l m. twilight : Job vii. 4 : Ps. cxix. 147. 
tV?^ to ascend. Kal inf. Josh. vi. 15. 
D^Bf^y m. pi. eyelids : Job ill 9. 



n^B to turn, applied to the dawning of the morning. EIal iitf. 
Judg. xix. 36. 

DAY, DAILY. 

1 iSH^ m. light ; the space assigned to the light, i. e. day ; " day 

and night/' lU. light with darkness, implying the suc- 
cession of day and night ; till there be no night : Isa. Ix. 
30 : Zech. xiv. 6, 7 : Judg. xvi. 3, "until the morning, 
when it is day ;" lit. until the light of the morning. 

2 ^\>)l m, the morning : pr. day-break. 

8 0\* a day ; it is frequently put for time in general, or for a long 
time ; a whole period under consideration, as, in the 
day signifieth in the time when ; in that day, at that 
time. Day is also put for a particular season or time 
when any extraordinary event happens, whether it be 
prosperous and joyful, or adverse and calamitous ; which 
day is denominated either from the Lord who appoints 
it, or from those who suffer in it : Job xviii. 30 : Ps. 
cxxxvii. 7 : Ezek. xxL 35. *' Day of the Lord," a day of 
visitation or of judgment. Hos. vi. 3, "two days," two 
seasons of calamity. All the day, all the day long, is 
the same as always, continually. Days are put for 
years : Lev. xxv. 39 : i Sam. xxvii. 7 : i Kings xvii. 15. 
Other peculiarities may be seen and easily accounted for 
m the several translations : Gen. i. 5, 8cc. * D^^ Ch. m. 
»> DO^' adv. 

4 n^^ see JReprove, &c Hiphil jmii*^. Job ix. 33, marg. 'umpire.' 

6 3*])^ m. evening. 

6 '^t^^ m. morning ; " day-spring." See Break, Baum. 

7 T^OT adv. yesterday. 

8 I^DPl m. continually. 



Na 8 not included, except in cases of peculiar construction. 
6 



Gen.xxxiL24,26.( 

xxxix.10.^ 
Exod.v. 18,Yl9.y 
'^ xiii. 21, 21, 22. 

xvi. 4,Y 5.8 

xxi.21.c 

xL88. 
Lev.Tiii.88.^ 

viii.85. 

xii4,n 6.9 

xxiiL37.Y 

xxiv. 8.( 
Num. iv. 10. 

vL 18.K 

vu.n.k 

viL72,78.^ 

ir. 21. 

X. 84. 

xiv. 14. 

xiv. 84. y 

xxviii.8. 

xxix. 6. 
Deut. i. 83. 

xxvtiL68.( 
Josh. i. 8. 

vi.l5. 
Judg. vi. 27. 

XVI. 2. 

xvi 16.0 

xix. 25. 

xix. 26. 
1 Bam. ix. 20. 

ix.26. 

xxi. 5.ir 

xxiii. 14.0 

xxv. 16. 



8 

8 

8b 

8 

8 

8b 

8 

8b 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8b 

8b 

8b 

8 

8 

8 

8b 

8b 

8b 

6 

8b 

1 

8 

6 

2 

8 

6 

7 

8 

8b 



2 Sam. xiiL 4k 4. 
xxi. 10. 

1 Kings viii 60. 
xvii. 15. 

2 Kings xxv. 80.y 

1 Chron. ix. 83. 
xvi. 37. y 

2 Chron. vL 20. 
viii. 18,Y 14.Y 
xxxL 16. y 

Ezra iii. 4k P 4. Y 

vi 9, 9, 16. 
Neh. i. 6w 

iv. 9. 

v.l8.ff 

ix. 12, 19. 

xi28.T 

xii.47.T 
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V.14. 

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xxiv. 16. 

xxvi. 10. 

xxxviii 12. 
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xiii. 2. 

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cxxi. 6. 
Prov. viii 80, p 84. /i 
Isa. iv. 6, 6. 

xxi 8. 

xxxiv. 10. 

Iviii. 2. fi 

Ix. 11, 19. 
Jer. ix. 1. 

xiv. 17. 

XV. 9.1^ 

xvi 18. 

XX. 7,8.x 

xxv. 34. 

xxxi. 36. 

xxxiii20,25. 

Iii. 34. y 
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XXX. 16. 
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iv.84. 

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vii. 9, 18, 22. 

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a M<. the morning riseth. p lit. day, day. y lit. of a da^ in his 

day. 8 lit. a day, a day. c Ut. two days. ^ lit. until the days 

of the fulfilling of the davs of, &c. if lit. thirty days and three days. 

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dnj. «Me.iiitbeday<tftbefkillUlii«ortheda7SOi: XI«.apriiioe 

on a day, a prinoe on a day. |a /'<. on a day. the . . . . day. F^f.ad^y 

for a year, a day for a year. ( lit. night and day. o liLtOll da^. 

V /</. as yesterday the third (day). p 7«. of a day in a day. 9 IU.kk 

one day. r M, the aflkfar of the day in his day. v M. day and day. 

^ /KTall the day. x '<<• every d^y. ^ lU. their day. 



DEAF. 
Snn to be deaf, t. e. smitten or stmck in the tongue or ears ; 
MB we still say a man is stmck dumb : so in Latin, 
"tosos, obtusus anribus yel lingua." Kxtfut. Micab 
viL 16. v^tjrr o^/. deaf: Ezod. iv. 11: Lev. xix. 14: 
Ps. xxxviiL 13 ; Iviii. 4 : Isa. zxix. 18 ; xzxy. 5 ; xlii. 
18, 19; xliii. 8. 

DBAZi* DSAZ.ING. 
1 'ID'l m. word, &c. 
8 ppn to divide, distribute. 'PiELfut. 
8 nb|^ to do ; seq. a of person, to do with, to deal witb or against 

any one, according to one's own pleasure. Kal ^pret, 

^irrf. ^imp. */ttt. •part. Poel. 
4 D*1d to break, to break bread to any one, to distribute. Kal 

In general, see under the word which accompanies this, as Tnaekmmdif, Ac 

Gen. zxiv. 40. 8 e 

zxxiv. 81. 8 d 

zlvu. 29. 8 a 

Sxod. T. 15. 8 d 

xiT. 11. 8 a 

XXL 9. 8d 

xxiiL 11. 8 d 

Num. zL 16. 8 e 

Deut. viL 5. 8 d 

Josh. iL 14. 8 a 

Jud^. ix. 16. 19. 8 a 

xym.4.a' 8 a 

Buth i. 8, 8. 8 d a 

1 Sam. iL 28. 1 
XX. 8. 8 a 
xxir. 18. 8 a 

2 Sam. vi. 19. 8 
8KingsxiL15. 8e 

aMt.thnsdldMicahnntome. ^ fO. tike ooonge and dd^ 

Y«ttbi[tiiottodo. 

DSAB. 
1^j^2 adj. precions : Jer. xxxi. 30. 

DBABTH. 
D^iD /. a cutting off (of rain) : Jer. ziv. i. 
*13'n m, word, &c. : Jer. ziv. i, lit. words of the dearths^ 
ajn m, hunger, fiunine : Gen. xli. 54, 54 : « Kings ir. 38 : 
1 Chron. vi. 38 : Neh. v. 3. 

DEATH. 

1 nto"*^. /. pi, desolations, destructions, l^ns. np ni^ N^:, 

let death seize upon them : Ps. Iv. 15. 
t Tf(0 to die, to be put to death, to cause to die. EIal •«!»/. 

^fiU. ^paH. UiPHiL^pret. •imf. '/irf. 9 part, Hopral 

^pret. >/««. ^T\)J^ m. death. »n^D Ch.m,id, »nm m. 

id, n n^09 m. deaths. <> ng^on /. death. See JPic 
8 mn to kill, to shiy. Kal fut, 

"No, 2 k not included. 



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cxix.66. 




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xxiiL 26, 89. 




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zvi.29. 2k 

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18,a21.a 2a i 

zzzv.SO. 8 

zxxv. 81.8L« 8aai 

Deut. xiii. 6. 2 i 

ziii. 9. 2 e 

zviLO.6,8. io i i 

zvii. 7. 2 e 

zxL22,22. 2kh 

xxiv. 16» U; 18. 8 i 

Josh. L 18. 2 i 

Judg. V. 18. 2 a 

vL8L 2 1 

ZvLlO. 8 a 

a tU, dying shall be caused to die. 

DSBASa. 

7&^ to be made low ; to humble. BiPBSLftU, Isa. IviL 9. 

DBBATB. 

nVD /. strife, contention : Isa. Iviii. 4. 

3^ to contend, strive, quarrel ; to plead a cause. Kal imp, 
Prov. zxv. 9. fut, Isa. zzvii. 8. 

DSBT. 

sin m. debtor: Esek. xviiL 7. 

T c<m, hand : Neh. x, 31, marff, 'hand.' 
KB^I to lend on usury, to loan. Kal part, i Sam. xzii. 2, marg. 
'had a creditor.' ^^3 m. debt : 2 Kings iv. 7, inarg, *ar, 
creditor.' n^fp /. id. Prov. zziL a6. 

DBOAT. 
yyn to be dried up. Kal fut. Job xiv. ii« n|'>^ /« diju es s ; 

desolation : Isa. zliv. 26, marg. * wastes.' 
yp^ to be OT become weak, feeble ; or, to stumble and falter 

firom weakness. Kal prei, Neh. iv. 10. 
tSto to waver, to shake, to be moved ; to CeJI into decay. Kal 

pret. Lev. zxv. 35, marg, 'his hand fiuleth.' 
?pD to melt away ; to decay. NiPBAL/u<. Ecdes. x. x8. 

dhobasbd. 

CTKfi"! m. pi, the dead beneath the earth ; according to some^ the 
i^KMtate dead, referring to Gen. vi 4, Isa. xxvL 14. 

DBOBITB, DHOBIT^ 

1 *1j2l to cover, conceal ; to act under a cover or pretence, to 
deal treacherously, faithlessly, perfidiously; to disap- 
point one's hope and confidsnoe; to violate a just 
obligation. Kal ^ pret. ^inf. 

8 /fin to mock or delude, to impose upon, to cheat, deceive. 
PiBL •jpref. ^ff^. •fuit, PUAL ^prtt, • t\\St\7VQ f pL 
deceitful things. 

8 3}3 m. a lie ; deceit, fhiud, guile : Prov. x»ii. 3, Ut, meat of 
lies. 

4 t^n3 to lie, to speak lies ; to deceive, to disappcnnt hope or 
expectation, to fall ; to feign, to pretend, as fake pro- 
phets. PiEL inf, 

6 7p^ to deceive, to act deceitfully, to deal fraudulently. Kal 
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• Mj^ tp err ; to lednoe, to corrupt ; to deceive, to impoee upon 
any one, to lead into pemicioua error ; a deception of 
one who is led to a false judgment of that in which he 
if deceived, and to fidse hopea. See Beguile. With it^., 
deceive greatly. Nephal ^pret. HiPHiL ^pret, ^imf, 
^ftU, *|^Hl^o m. fraud, deception. 

7 ^py a4j. fraudulent^ deceitful, supplanting. 

8 p^ to oppress ; to defiraud any one, to extort from him by 

fraud and violence, to get deceitfully. Kal pret. 
^pxiv m. a 'thing' deceitfully gotten, 
t *\ny to be rich, abundant ; to be multiplied : see also FiUreat^ 
NiPHAL peart. Prov. xzvii. 6. The most probable inter- 
pretation of this difficult word is, << to be deprecated are 
the kisses of an enemy." The Nipbal is applied to that 
which is obtained by intreaty, 

10 nn^ to open, to be open ; to let oneself be enticed, per- 
suaded ; to persuade, to delude with words. Kal ^fut. 
NiPHAL ^pret. «/«<. PiBL ^pret. •inf, PUAL ffut. 

Jl no to cast, to throw ; to deceive, probably to cast down, to 
make fidl. Piel *pret. »» rr^pn /. a letting fall, remisa- 
ness; deceit, fraud : this word is used of a ''deceitful 
bow," but whether on account of its missing the mark, 
or because of the state of the string, which may be 
affected by the temperature, is not agreed; the latter 
seems to be sanctioned by the proper meaning of this 
word, to be relaxed or loosened, but the former seems 
rather implied by the context of the passages in which 
the word occurs. « '^O')? /• fraud. * n»p*jn /. id. - 

12 JJ{^ to wander, go astray, to eir. Kal part. PoeL 

13 njC^ to wander, go astray. Kal ^part. PoeL Htphtl ^part. 

14 riT^ to be secure. Niphai^ to err. Hiphil, to deceive. 

15 *1^S^ m. a lie, falsehood; deception, a vain thing, that which 

deedves and disappoints hope. 

16 Ijhl m. oppression, violence. • 0*3311 m. pZ. vexations, oppres- 

sions. 

17 T\ypi to go astray, to err. NiPHAL pret, 

18 ypjl to mock, to scoff at. PiLPiLjTaf^. 



Oen.xxviLU. 

xxxi.7. 

xxxiv. IS. 
JBxod. viu.28.« 

xxiS. 
Lev. Ti.2. 

vi4. 
Deut. xil6. 

1 Sam. xiz. 17. 
xxyiiil2. 

28ain.iiLa8. 
xix.ae. 

8 Kini^ iv. 88. 
xviiL28. 
xix. 10. 

2 Ofanm. zxxii. 18. 
Job vL 15. 

xiLl6L]A 
xiiL7. 
XV. 81. 
XV. 8S. 
xxTii.4. 
xxxiS. 
xxxi. 8. 
Fa.v.& 
X.7. 
xiiv. 4, 
XXXV. 88. 
xxKvi. 3. 
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6cb 


lit 4. 


lie 


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Ho 


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viiifi. 


lid 


lv.28. 


Ho 


ix.6. 


2o 


lixii.14. 


16 


ix.6.6,8. 


lie 


lxxviiL67. 


lib 


xiv. 14. 


Hd 


ci.7. 


lib 


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cix. 2. 


lie 


XX. 7, 7. 


lOdo 


cziz.118. 


lid 


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lid 


cxx.2. 


lib 


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6d 


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zii. 6, 17, 20. 


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lib 


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xxiii.8. 


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xxiv.28. 


10 d 


Hos. viL 16. 


lib 


xxTiie. 


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xi.12. 


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xxvi24. 


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DBOIDB, DIDOISION. 

}nn to cut, to cut to a point ; to determine. Kal pret. i Kings 
zx. 4a ^^"^n m. decision, judgment : Joel iii. 14, 14. 

DBOK. 
HD^ to be bright ; to be fur, beautiful, comely ; to beautify, to 

deck. Piel /tie. Jer. x. 4. 
}n3 to minister in the priest's office ; as the high priest was 
arrayed with curious splendid garments, for glory and 
for beauty, hence is taken the idea of decking with 
extraordinary elegance and splendour. Piel fut, Isa. 
Lxi. 10, marg, 'decketh as a priest.' 
rn^ to pass ; to cause to pass over upon ; to dress in a splendid 
manner, to adorn. Kal pret. Ezek. xxiii. 40. imp. Job 
xl, la fia. Jer. iv. 30 : Ezek. xvi. 11, 13 : Hos. iL 13. 
nb^ to do, to make, &c. Kal/uI. Ezek. zvi. 16. 
*13^ to deck or adorn the body or a bed. Kal pret. Prov. viL i6. 

DECIiABB. (See also PEDiaBEB). 

1 nOK to speak, to say. Kal pret. npif Ch. P*al imp. 

2 *)K3 to make plain, to shew the sense. Piel inf. 

3 *^^3 i. q. '^'13 (see Pure), to make plain and manifest; Gresenius, 

to search out, to examine, to prove. Kal tn/. 

4 I?'! to speak. Piel *pret. ^fut. 

6 niriK /. a shewing of opinion, a declaration of one's mind. 

6 jn^ to know. Hiphil »23rrt. ^imp. 

7 *1^^ Kal, inunt, to be in sight; Hiphil, to bring forward, to 

light. Job xxi. 31 ; to point out, or represent, Ezek. 
xliii. 10; to put forward, Isa. iii. 9; but most frequently 
to shew, declare, or tell ; Lxx. mostly &yay)r/XAc<v, &iray- 
y4\Xftp. Sometimes to inform against, Jer. xx. 10 ; to 
foretell, Isa. xU. 22, &c. ; to explain, Judg. xiv. 12 ; dis- 
tinguished from MSp to find out, to confess, Ps. xxxviii. 
18 ; particularly and emphatically to publish wiUi praise, 
to celebrate, Ps. ix. 11, &c. HiPHH* ^pret. ^inf. ^imp. 
^fut. 'part. HoPHAL tpreL 

8 *1fiD to number ; to relate, to tell ; to announce. PiSL ^prei, 

*»tV' *imP' ^fui. •part. VvALffut. 

9 fi^B pr. to cleave, to divide ; to separate, to distinguish ; to 

declare distinctly. Pual ^pret. ^ni^n| a distinct or 
accurate declaration. 

10 n^^ to speak, to talk, to converse; to meditate, to think. 

Polel fut. 

11 ypC^ to hear ; to cause to hear, to announce. Hiphil * pret. 



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«M. add to mock. 



Gen.xll.24. 
Exod. ix. 16. 
Lev. xxiiL 14. 
Num. XV. 84. 
Deut. i. 6. 

iv. 18. 
Joeh. XX. 4. 
Judg. xiv. 12. a 

xiv. 13. 

xiv. 15. 
8 Sam. xix. 6. 
iChron.xvi. 24. 
Neh. viii. 12. 
Esth. iv. 8. 

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Job xii. 8. 

xiU. 17. 

XV. 17. 

xxi. 81. 

xxvi.8. 

xxviiL27. 

xxxi. S7. 

xxxviii. 4^ 18. 

xl.7. 

xlii.4. 
Ps.ii.7. 

ix.ll. 

xix.l. 

xxii.22. 

xxii.81. 



8d 


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8b 


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lxiv.9. 


7d 


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Ixvi. 16. 


8d 


6b 


Ixxi. 17. 


7d 


6b 


lxxiii.28. 


8b 


8d 


Ixxv. 1. 


8a 


7c 


lxxv.9. 


7d 


8e 


lxxvii.14. 


6a 


8d 


Ixxviii. 6. 


8d 


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Ps. xctL 8. 8 1 laa. zliiL 12. 

xcrii. 8. 7 a zliii. 26. 

oil. 21. 8 b xliv. 7. 

cvii. 22. 8 d xliv. 8. 

cxviiL 17. 8 d xlv. 19. 

oxix. 18, 28. 8 a xlv. 21. 

cxlv. 4u 7 d xlvi. 10. 

cxlv. 8. 8 d xlviii. 8. 14. 

Eccles. ix. 1. 8 xlviiL 5, 6. 

Isa. iii. 9. 7 a xlviii. 20. 

xii. 4. 6 b liii. 8. 

xxi. 2. 7 f I Ivii. 12. 

xxi. 6. 7 d Ixvi 19. 

XXL 10. 7 a Jer. iv. 5. 

xli. 22. 11 b iv. 15. 

xli.26,26. 7M1C v. 20. 

xlii. 9. 7 e ix. 12. 

xliL 12. 7 d xxxi. 10. 

xUiL 9. 7 d I 

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Jer.xxxTi.18. 


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xxxviii. 1ft. 


7d 


7d 


xxxvui25. 


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7a 


xliL4^21. 


7d 


7e 


xUi.20. 


7c 


11a 


xlvLU. 


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7e 


1.2. 


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1.28. 


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li.lO. 


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7o 


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DECIiINB. 

rU3^ to stretch out ; to turn aside, to torn away. Ka.l * j>ref. 

^inf, «/«<• *par«. PaUI. HiPHiL '/itt. 
I^D to turn aside ; to depart. Kal »|)rc*. ^fvi. ' 



3 ntDb^ to turn aside from a way. 

T T " 

Exod. xxiiL 8. 1 b Pa. xliv. 18. 

Beut. xviL 11. 2 b , oii 11. 

2 Chron. xxxiv. 8. 2 a cix. 23. 

Job ixiil 11. lei 



KAL/ut. 



1 c • Ps. cxix. 51, 157. 
1 d I Prov. iv. 6. 
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DBCBEASB. 

*)pn to grow less and less, to decrease as the ebbing tide. EliL 
inf. Gen. viii. 5, marg, 'were in going and decreasing.' 
taptD to be few or little. HJumLfxA, Ps. cvii. 38. 

DEOBEE. 

1 *^PKp m. commandment. 

2 *^DK Ch. m. interdict, or prohibition. 

3 *U3 to cut^ to cut off; to divide, to separate ; m€tapA. to de- 

cide, to cut off contention and uncertainty by a deter- 
mination or decree. KAL*yW. NiPHAL*»prrf. «n5iJ 
Gh. /. decree, sentence. 

4 'TS'l A word, &c. 

T T 

5 D^ /. an imperial law, or edict, enforced by the highest and 

most absolute authority. * n*^ Gh. /. law. 

6 PPT\ to grave ; to ordain, to appoint; to prescribe. Kal ^^^ari. 

PoeL POKL '^fvX, • "^"^ m. decree, thing determined. 
^"P^i m* statute, law. 

7 )nn to decide : it implies strict and severe justice, or deter- 

mined and fixed issue. Kal fwri. Paiil. 

8 DVD m. taste ; discernment, judgment, &c., Jonah iii. 7, by the 

decree, the judgment, or according to the deliberate 
opinion of the king and nobles, consulting together 
what was best to be done. * 09Tp Gh. m. taste ; sen- 
tence, royal edict: fr«q. with the verb D^to. See 
Makt. 

9 DdHB tTi. rescript, decree. 

10 D^p to rise up ; to confirm, to establish ; Mg. V^ to enjoin 
anything upon any one, pr. to. cause to be imposed 
upon any one. PiELj>r«<. 



2 Chron. xxx. 5. 


4 


E8th.iLl. 


8b 


Bsth.ix.1.18,14. 




Exra V. 13, 17. 


8a 


iL8. 


6 


ix.31. 


10 


vi. 1.3, 8. 11, 12. 


8a 


iii. 15. 


5 


ix.82. 




viL 13, 21. 


8a 


iv. 3, 8. 


5 


Job xxU. 28. 


8a 


£sth.i20. 


9 


viii. 14, 17. 





xxviii.26. 


6d 



Job xxxviii. 10. 
Ps. iL 7. 

cxiviii. 8. 
Prov. viiLlS. 

viii 29. 
Isa. X. 1,1. 



6d 
6d 
6d 
6b 
6d 
6ao 



Isa. X. 88. 


7 


Jwp.v.22. 


6d 


Dan. ii 9, 18. 15. 


6a 


iiLlO.29. 


8a 


iv.6. 


8 a 


iv. 17, 24 


8 



Ban.vL7,8k9,UU 
15. 8 

vi.86. 8» 

Jonah iiL 7. 8 

Mioah vii. 11. 6 d 

Zeph. iL a. 6 d 



DEDIOATE. 



1 IJ^n to initiate : it is applied to the first use of anything, as of 

a house, the temple, an altar, 8cc., by setting them apart 
in a solemn manner; to instruct. Kal ^ftti, ^fuL 
e niarj /. dedication. * n|3n Gh. /. id. 

8 D^n m. a devoted thing : this word is strong^ than the follow- 
ing, since anything thus devoted could not be redeemed ; 
but that which was set apart or sanctified might be re- 
deemed or ransomed. 

8 fi^p to be holy; to sanctify; to consecrate. VHth inf., dedicate 
wholly. HiPHiL »|)re<. *wi/. ^'part. ^1>1^ m. holiness; 
a holy thing, sacred, consecrated to God. 

Num. viL 10, 11, 84k 

88. 
Deut. XX. 5, 6. 
Judg. xviL 8. 

2 Sam. viiL 11, 11. 
1 Kings viL 51. 

viii. 63. 
XV. 16, 15, 
2King8xiL4. 
xlLlS. 

DEED. 
X DT^K poni, adversati/ve, "in very deed." 
8 DJpJ< part, indeed, "in very deed." 

3 TU\Di f. see Reward, Deeds according to their desert. 

4 ^21 word, matter, &o. 
6 *Tpn m. kindness, " good deed." 

6 alitD ac^f. good, "good deed." 

7 p3 to establish. Niphaljwt*. "in very deed." 

8 T\yhy, /. occasions, actions, works. 
*9 hyh m* work ; deed, aot,/acifiif«. 

10 nfe^ m. work, labour; work, deed. 



K 


1 Chron. xviiLlL 


8 a 


2 Chron. vii. 9. 


lo 


10 


xxvi.80. 


8d 


XV. 18, 18. 


8d 


lab 


XXVI. 26, 26. 


8ad 


xxiv.7. 


8d 


8ba 


xxvi.27. 


8a 


xxxi.12. 


8d 


8a 


xxvi28,28. 


8a 


Enra vL 18, 17. 


Id 


8d 


xxviii.12. 


8d 


Neh.xiL27,^. 


lo 


lb 


2Chron.ii.4. 


8b 


P8.xxx.titie. 


lo 


8d 


v.l. 


8d 


Ezek. xUv. 20. 


8 


8d 


vii 6. 


lb 


Dan. iiL 8, 8. 


Id 


8a 











Gen. XX. 9. 


10 


1 Chron. xvi. 8. 




B8th.{.17.18. 




xUv. 15. 


10 


2 Chron. vi 18. 




Ps.xxviii.4. 




Exod. ix. 16. 


1 


XXXV. 27. 




ov.l. 




1 Sam. XXV. 84. 


1 


Ecra ix. 18. 


10 


LBLlix.18. 




XXVL4. 


7 


Neh. vi 19. 




Jer. V. 28. 




2Sam.xiLl4. 


6 


xiiil4. 




XXV. 14. 





DEEP, DEPTH. 

1 rri^bnp /. streams, whirlpools, Abysses of waters : Pb. cxl. 10. 
The Rabbins, Symm., and Jerome understand " deep 
pits" of water. 

8 *)pnp m. the inmost depth, the recesses; what is known bj 
scrutiny; as mines, Ac., which ocoupj so muoh the 
labour of man. 

3 ppp to be deep, metaph. unsearchable, comp, Rom. xi. 33, 
to make deep ; often followed by an infinitive verb, 
Isa. vii. II, make deep to ask, t. e. demand that a 
miracle shall come from the deep, from below. Also 
with a gerund, so as to be taken in an adverbial 
sense, Jer. xlix. 8, 30 ; make deep to dwell, dwell in 
the depths of the earth, Isa. zzix. 15 ; that seek deep^ 



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that form subtle projects, to hide their cotmsel, Hos. 
ix. 9, "they have deeply corrupted themselTes," not 
through infirmity or ignorance, but with a deep de- 
liberate thought. Deep speech, deep lips, a language 
difficult to understand; see Strange. Things are also 
said to be deep which extend to a great length from 
the eye of the spectator ; as we speak of a deep house 
from front to rear, so of a deep tract, deep court ; see 
Valley. Kal •pret. Hiphil ^prei. *»tmp. ^part. 
*P9^ adj. deep, deep of lip. i. e. using an unin- 
telligible language, 'pfcy adj. id. sp03? m. depth, 
h 079)jo m. pi. depths, deep places. * p»Dt Ch. <u^\ 
deep, figuratively, hidden. 
rv^V /. depths of the sea, abyss. • nMiTO /. a depth, deep 

place. »> rrj^s p /. id. 
PpK' to sink ; to make deep. TTtpbtt. •/«*. *» Vpjir^ m. a 

place where water settles. 
DirUl m. pr. K mass of raging waters, spec, the ocean, sea, 
the deep ; more rarely of any other mass of waters, 
as those covering the earth at the creation. Gen. i. 2, 
Ps. civ. 6 ; or the subterranean waters, the deep, the 
abyss, whence spring fountains and streams. Gen. 
xlix. 15, Deut. xxxiii. 13 ; abK> in the description of 
roaring waters, Ps. xlii. 8. — Gen. i i, &o. 
Na 6, Deep, Depth, not included. 



I^.xiii.8,4,25, 80, 



31.82.S4. 
Neh. ix. U. 
Job xi. 8. 

xii. 22. 

xli 81. 
Ps. Ixiy. 6. 

lxviii.22. 

Ixix 2,8. 

liix. 14. 

Ixix. 15. 

Ixxxviii. 6. 

xcii. 5. 

xcv. 4. 



Sf 
4a 

8 f 
8f 
4b 
8f 
4b 
4b.ah 
8h 
4b 
4a 
8a 
2 



Ps. cvii. 24. 

cxxx.1. 

cxl. 10. 
Prov. ix. 18. 

xviii. 4u 

XX. 6. 

xxiLl4 

xxiii. 27. 

XXV. 8. 
Ecclea. vii. 24.a 
Lia. vii. ll./B 

xxix. 16. 

XXX. 88. 

xxxi. 6.y 



4 b I Isa. xxxiiL 19. 8 e 

8 h xliv. 27. 4 a 

1 11. 10. 10. 8, 8 h 
8 e I Jcr. xlix. 8, 8 80.8 8 b 

8 f Ezek xxiii. 82. 8 f 

8 f I xxvii. 84. 8 h 

8 f xxxii. 14. 6 a 

8 r xxxiv. 18. 6 b 

8 g ! Dan. ii. 22. 8 i 

8 f Hos. ix. 9.C 8 b 

8 c Jonah iL 8. 4 b 

8 d ' Micah vii. 10. 4 b 

8 b I Zech. x. 11. 4 b 
8bl 



a Ut. and deep deep. ^ Ht. deepen thy petition. y lit, have deepened 
revolt. 8 Ut. the inhabitants have deepoied to dwelL c lit, they have 
deepened, they have corrupted. 

DEFAMING. 
nin /. slander: Jer. xx. 10. 

DEFEAT. 
"T^B to break ; to violate, to make vain, to frustrate. HlFHiL 
pret, a Sam. xv. 34 ; it^. 2 Sam. xvii. 14. 

DEFEND, DEFENCE. 

1 *)V3 to cut off, to cut out as metals, to cut off access, to make 

inaccessible. Kal ^part. PaUl. ^^^} m. defence; or 
rather ore of gold and silver. « "^^30 m. defence of a 
city, fortress. 

2 B| *^ cover ; to protect ; everywhere of God as protecting 

men. Kal *pret. ^inf, Hiphil «/«<. *j|o m. 
shield. 



nan /. covering, protection. Lxx. <rjc«ra<rWi<r€Tai. 

J^ to save. Hiphil tn/. 

74^ to deliver. Hiphil /itf. 
IjaO to cover, to shelter, protect. Kal •par*. Poel. Hiphil 



7 rn^Vtp /. fortress, hold. 



8 "11VD m. bulwark. 

9 ^ w. 
10 33b to 



shade, shelter, protection, 
be high. Pikl »/»^. b ^jteo m, high tower. 
11 tDpB' to judge. Kal imp. 



Num. xiv. 9. 
Judg. X. 1. 
2 Sam. xxiii 12. 
2Kin^xix.84. 

XX. «. 
2 Chron. xi. 6. 
Job xxiL 25. 
Ps. V. 11. 

viLlO. 

XX. 1. 

xxxi. 2. 

lix.1. 



9 

4 

6 

2a 

2a 

8 

lb 

6b 

2d 

10 a 

7 

10 a 



Ps. lix. 9. 16, 17. 

Ixii. 2,a 

1 xxxii. 8. 

Ixxxix. 18. 

xciv. 22. 
Ecclea. viL 12, 12, 
Isa. iv. 6. 

xix. 6. 

XXV. 2. 

xxvii. 10. 

xxxi. 6, 6. 

xxxiiL 16. 



10 b 

10 b 

11 

2d 

10 b 

9 

8 

8 

la 

la 

2cb 

10 b 



Isa. xxxvi. 1. 

xxxvii. 26. 

xxxvii. 85. 

xxxviiL 6. 
Jer. i. 18. 

iv. 6. 

viiil4. 

xxxiv. 7. 
Ezek. xxi 20. 
Nab. ii. 6. 

Zech. ix. 16. 

xiiS. 



la 
1 a 
2a 
2a 
1 c 
1 
1 o 
1 
1 a 
6a 
2c 
2c 



DEFEB. 
inK to come after, to delay. Piel pret. Gen. xxxiv. 19. fui, 
Eccles. V. 4 : Dan. ix. 19. 

?nK to be long ; to prolong, continue, protract. Hiphil pret, 

Prov. xix. II. f\U. Isa. xlviii. 9. 
IJg^ to draw, to draw out ; to delay. Pual paH. Prov. xiu. 12. 



1 (>Ka 

- T 

4 KD& 



5 HOC) 

6 nap 

7 hm 

8 ^ 



DEFIIiE. 
to be common, profane, polluted, unclean. Niphal » pret, 
Hithpael ^fut. ^hS defiling. 

to profane. Niphal "prrf. Vmh^prft. ^inf. ^paH, 
to be profaned, polluted, defiled ; to make profane. Kal 
^pret. ^fut, Hiphil «/trf. 

to be unclean ; chiefly of Levitical uncleanness. Kal '^pret, 
Hnf. •fut. Niphal ^pret. Piel 'pret, Hnf. *imp, 
^fut. Hithpael */«<. Hothpael ^pret. »Mp^ adj, 
impure, unclean. 

to be unclean, to be defiled. Niphal pref. 

to soil, to defile. PiEiv/tt<. 

to inherit. Piel pret. 

pr, in the primary sense, to roll, and thence to do a thing 
frequently: here the idea seems to be chiefly humilia- 
tion, when the horn that has been lifted up is rolled in 
the dust. Poel pret. Job xvi 15. 
9 n^^ to oppress, to afflict, to bumble; to humble or defile a 

woman. ViXLfut. 
10 KHIJ to be holy ; sacred ; of things devoted to the sacred trea- 
sury. Kal f%U. 

20, Isa. XXX. 22. 4 e 

4 d lix. 8. la 

4 e Jer. ii. 7. 4 h 

4 a iii. 9. 8 b 

4 1 xvi. 18. 2 

4 e xix. 18. 4 1 

8 c xxxii. 84. 4 f 

4h Ezek. iv. IS. 4 1 

4 h V. 11. 4 e 

10 vii. 22. 2 b 
4 k vii. 24. 2 a or 7 

4 h ix. 7. 4 g 

4 e xviii. 6. 11, 16. 4 e 

2 XX. 7, 18. 4 i 

1 c XX. 48. 4 d 
8 xxii. 8. 4 b 

2 b xxii. 4. 4 a 
4 e xxii. 11. 4 e 
4 G xxiiL 7, 18. 4 d 

6 xxiii. 17. 4 h 

8a xxiiL88. 4e 



Gen. xxxiv. 2. 


9 


xxxiv. 6, 18, 27. 


4e 


xlix. 4. 


2b 


Exod. xxxi. 14. 


8d 


Lev. V. 8. 


40 


xi.48. 


6 


XL 44. 


4h 


xiii. 46. 


4c 


XV. 31. 


4f 


XV. 32. 


4b 


xviii. 20, 28. 


4b 


xviu. 24, 24 


4id 


xviii. 25, 27. 


4c 


xviii. 28. 


4 f 


xvui. 80. 


4 i 


xix. 81. 


4b 


XX. 3. 


4 f 


xxi. 1. 8. 4^ 11. 


4 1 


xxii. 8. 


4b 


Num. V. 8. 


4 1 


V.8. 


4h 



Num. V. 13, 14, H 
27.28.29. 

vL9. 

vi.12. 

It. 6, 7. 

xix. 13, 20. 

XXXV. 88. 

XXXV. 34. 
Deut. xxL 28. 

x%ii.9. 

xxiv. 4. 
2 Kings xxiii. 8. 

xxiij. 10, 18. 
1 Chron. v. 1. 
Neh. xiii. 29. 
Job xvi. 16, 
Ps. Ixxiv. 7. 

Ixxix. 1, 

cviS9. 
Cant. V. 8. 
Isa. xxiv. 6. 



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BBek.zzTiiL7,18. 2b 

xxxiii. £& 4 e 

xuTi. 17. 4 h 

zzxviiSS. 4 i 



Ezek.xliiL7. 

xliiLS. 

zUv. 26, 25. 
DBn.L8,8. 



4ll'H08.T.S. 

4 1 Ti. 10. 
4b i MicahiT.ll. 
lb 



44 

4d 
8b 



DBFBAUD. 



p^ to oppress ; to extort from any one bj frttnd and Tioletice^ 
with aec, of person, also of the thing. EIal jprtt, i Sam. 
arii. 3, 4. /ut Lev. xix. 13. 

DUPT. 
D^ ^ ^ ^^^ angry, to be indignant ; to enrse, with an ace. 
Kal pret, Nnm. zxiii. 8. imp, Num.xziii 7. /u<. Num. 
xxiii 8. 
^I^n to reproach, upbraid, to scorn. PebIi pret. i Sam. xvii. 
10, 26, 36, 45. iarf, I Sam. xviL 35 : a Sam. xxiii. 9. 
/tit 3 Sam. zxi. ai : i Chron. zx. 7. 

DEGBNBBATB. 
^^D Hi. tamed away ; degenerate : Jer. ii. ii. 

DEOBBB. 
D"1K m. see ifoii; Ps. IxiL 9, men of low degree, Ut, sons of 

Adam. 
C^K see Jtfon; Ps. Izii. 9, men of high degree, f^t. sons of man. 
}a M. son : Ps. Ixii 9, 9. 
nPgp /. steps, degrees : as prefixed to Pss. cxx.^xxxiv., it 
probably means the stej^ of the temple on which, while 
ascending, the Levites sung these Psalms on some par- 
ticular occasion ; unless, as Oeseniufl suggests, the word 
has reference to the rhythm, there being a peculiar con- 
stmotton in the composition ; the last word of a former 
sentence is often r^>eated in the beginning of the next : 
see Qesenius* Lexicon and Thesaurus. 3 Elings xx. 9, 9, 
10, 10, II, by which, K^iby the degrees which : i Chron. 
xvii. 17, <* high degree.** See High, Isa. xxxviil. 8, 8, 
8.8. 

DBX.AT. 

IXy^ to tany ; to defer. Pibl/u^. Exod. xxii. 99. 

t^ to fisel shame. PiBL, to cause shame, to delay beyond 

one*s expectation, pret, Exod. xxxii. i. 
ririD to linger. Hithpalpel : Ps. oxiz. 60. 

DBLBCTABIiB. 
*Tpn to denre strongly. Ejll part, Patil, Isa. zfiy. 5^ 

DBLIOATB. 

1 jny m. delight, pleasure, •j^o m. delight, delicate food. 

2 y^^l to live delicately and effeminately. Pcal ^part, HiTH- 

PABL *»f»/. « aiy adj. delicate, soft ^ a«^ci m, delight. 
8 P?B to treat with great indulgence and lenity. PiXL part. 



Beut. xxviiL 64. 
XxyiiL56, 66. 
1 8am. XV. 82. 



2 c I Prov. xxix. 2L 
2 b Isa. xlvii. L 
1 a I Jer. vi. 2. 



8 ' Jer. 11. 84. 
2 e , Lun. iv. 6. 
2alMicahi.l6.« 



a M. tiie children of thy delight. 



1 

la 
8d 



DBLIGHT. 
7^1 torejoioek KAtfut, 



2 *TDn to desire strongly. KAL^pret. TiEL^preL 

3 YPQ ^® primary meaning, according to SchuHens, seems to be, 

to bend, to bend towards ; and metaph, applied to the 
will, it implies entire and full inclinatioD towards an 
object or person : it may simply mean what is included 
in the Latin veUe, or it may carry with itself the notion 
of delight and affection : to will anything, is to purpose 
that in the doing of which he shall find pleasure. See 
Please, Kal *pret. ^fut, «^6?7 udj. to delight in. 
*yDni». delight. 

4 pC^n to be attached, to desire. Bee Detire, KALpret. 
B Dyj to be pleasant, lovely. KALfut, 

6 ny HiTHPAEL, to enjoy or delight oneself. •fiU. *> J^y flk 

delights, c jitg m, delight, joy. 

7 }2V to be delicate ; to delight in anything. HiTHPAXL ^pret, 

^imp, ^fiU, ^a^^ m. pleasure. *3^3JJ@ m. delight. 



nin to delight in any person or thing, to take pleasure in; 
teq. ace of person or thing, and 2, sometimes.with 09, 
giving a fulness of meaning. Job xxxiv. 9. Kal * pret, 
^inf, ^fut, <^]Wn m. delight, acceptance, approbation. 

^PC^ to stroke ; to delight, to rejoice ; to delight oneself, to 
be delighted. Pilfel ^pret. ^fut. Hithpalfel ofut. 
d D»yipj5ji3j ffi, pi delight, pleasure. 



Gen. xxxiv. 19. 
Num. xiv. 8. 
Beat. X. ]5. 
xxi.14. 

1 Sam. XV. 22. 
xviii. 22. 
xix. 2. 

2 Sam. i. 24. 
XV. 26. 
xxii. 20. 
xxiv. 8. 

1 Kings X. 9. 

2 Chron. ix. 8. 
Neh. ix. 20. 
B8th.iL 14. 

vL6»6. 

vi.7,9,9.11. 
Job xxii. 20. 

xxviL16. 

xxxiv. 9. 
PS.L2. 

xvi.8. 

xviii. 19. 

xxiLS. 



8 a 


Ps. xxxvii. 4, 


7b 


8 a 


xxxvii. 11. 


7a 


4 


xxxviL28. 


8b 


8 a 


xl.8. 


8a 


8d 


li. 16. 


8 


8 a 


Ixii. 4. 


8c 


3 a 


Ixviu.80. 


8b 


6b 


xciv. 19. 


9b 


8 a 


oix. 17. 


8a 


8 a 


cxiLl. 


8a 


8 a 


oxix. 16. 47. 


9c 


8a 


oxix. 24^77.9^148, 




8 a 


174. 


9d 


6a 


cxix.85. 


8a 


8 a 


cxix. 70. 


9a 


8ab 


oxlviL 10. 


8b 


8 a 


Prov. i. 22. 


2a 


7 c 


ii.14. 


1 


7 


iiil2. 


8C 


8b 


viii80.81. 


9d 


8d 


xLl.20. 


8d 


8d 


xiL22. 


8d 


8 a 


XV. 8. 


8d| 


8 a 


xvil8. 


8d 



Prov. xviii 8. 

xix. 10. 

xxiv. 25. 

xxix. 17. 
Eccles. IL 8. 
Cant. iL 8. 

vii. 6. 
Iaa.LU. 

xiii. 17. 

xliLl. 

lv.8. 

Iviii2.2. 

Iviii. 18. 

Iviiil4w 

IxiL4 

lxv.12. 

Ixvi8,4. 

Ixvi. 11. 
Jer. vi. 10. 

ix.24 
Micah viL 18. 
Hal. iL 17. 

iiLl. 

iiL18.« 



8b 
7e 
6 
60 
7e 
2b 
7e 
8a 
8b 
8a 
7o 
8b 
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70 
8a 
8» 
8a 

741 

8b 
8a 
8a 
8a 
80 
8d 



«M.alandord^ht. 



DBIiIVBB. 

1 n^M to meet. Pibl, to cause to come : pret, 

2 /W to recover, to retrieve ; to redeem, to deliver. Kal imp. 
8 )vn to draw out, to draw off g^itly a garment or shoe ; to 

withdraw, or draw aside ; to deliver out of danger with 
a gentle hand firom the hand of an enemy : it denotes in 
Piel, powerful and ready liberation and rescue from the 
greatest troubles and miseries, from the rage of evil 
men, and from the most imminent danger of death ; 
used in opposition to n^^ trouble out of which a person 
is drawn, P^v. xi. 8. Ps. vii. 4, according to Lud. do 
Dieu, may be translated, Yea~ (if) I have spoiled, i. e. 
stripped him that is mine enemy : see SpoiL HXphal 
^pret. ^fut, 'BiELOpret, ^imp, •ftO, 

4 2T\\ Ch. to give. V^ALpaH, PU 

I *1p^ to beaTv or bring forth as a mother, to be delivered. KaXb 
^pret. ^inf. «/iK. 



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6 yc^ to gave. HiFHiL •prrf. *tn/. •^. ^part. • rr^^tJ; /. 

salvation. 'nj^«>n /. help; victory. 
T P9 **^ 8>iv® "P fr®«^y» ^%* *"»<! largely. PiEL • pret. ^fut. 

8 D/D to be smooth, to slip away, to escape ; to let escape, to 

deliver; to esci^ firom some imminent danger by 
slipping away, or in some quick expeditious manner, 
without trouble or difficulty. With i^f., surely deliver. 
NiPHAL ^pret. ^imp, ^/ul, Pibl "^pret. •inf, 'imp, 
sfut HiPHiL ^pret. 

9 ^DD to separate, to deliver; or to be numbered. Nifhal/u^. 

10 K^ to find ; Hiphil, to make to find, or to be found in the 

hands of an enemy. Hiphil ^pret. ^part. 

11 nt3^ to turn aside, or away, i.e. from punishment. Hiphil /u^ 

12 ^^ to treat as a stranger, to estrange, to alienate. Phl pret. 

I Sam xxiii. 7, God, who hath hitherto fihvoured him, 
now has delivered him, alienated, and thrown him into 
my hand. 

13 7^^ to pluck out of the hands of an oppressor or enemy ; to 

preserve, recover, rescue ; to deliver from danger, evil, 
trouble ; to be delivered, to escape ; implying, in most 
cases, exertion, tumult, bursting of bonds, &c., with 
power and courage. With tn/., deliver at all, surely 
deliver. Niphal •prd. «>in/. ^imp. ^ftd Piel •/««. 
Hiphil ^pre^ stV- **tmp. '/ut. ^paH. b?3 ChlAPHXL 
Wn/. ™nS|n/ deliverance. 

14 pTD to give. With III/., in deed ; without fall; doubtless deliver. 

K AL • prrt. • inf, » imp. ^fut. • part. PoeL Niphal 
*pret. *inf. ^fut. ^part. Hophal ^fut. 

15 *UD to shut ; Piel, to deliver, %.€. into the power of any one, 

er to shut up in the power of any one. FUrst deduces 
Piel and Hiphil from a distinct meaning of "i^p to flow; 
to pour out, to deliver up, give over. Piel » pret. ^fiU. 
Hiphil « pret. * inf. •fut, 
18 *13^ to pass over, to pass away. Kal ful, 

17 niB to loose or separate ; to redeem : usually with reference to 

a price or consideration, teq. "l; or generally to set free; 
to redeem. KAL^pref. *'tmp. 

18 jna to deliver, i.q. mB. Kal pret. 

19 tDpfi to dip away, to escape; to let escape, to deliver; to 

escape wholly, to deliver ftdly . Pibl • imp. *>/trf. « pari. 
Hiphil ^fut. •toip m. liberatbn. 'np»^B /. escape, 
deliverance. 
SO rn^ (see Rid), to snatch away, to deliver by breaking through 
impediments. Kal part. PoeL 

21 pn& to break, to let break away, to deliver, t.g. from the power 

of an enemy. Kal part. Poel. 

22 3^ to return ; to cause to return. With inf., in any case 

deliver. Hiphil •j)rrt. «»»n/. «tmp. ^fut. 

23 ^I^ Ch. to set free, to deliver. Peel or PsiL *pre& ^iirf. 

•>W. *pwrt. 

24 Dt^ Ch. to complete ; to restore. Aphsl imp. 

25 t3I^ to judge. ILkLfia. 



Gen.ix.2. 


14 f 


Gen. xxxiL 11. 


13 h 


Gen. xxxvli 22. 


22b 


xiv.20. 


7a 


xxxiLie. 


14 d 


xLl3. 


14 a 


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5b 


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Gen. xliL 87. 

XlT. 7. 

Exod. L 19. 

ii. 19. 

ill. 8. 

v. 18. 

V.28. 

xii. 27. 

xviii. 4, 8. 

xviiL 9. IQ, lOi 

XXL 13. 

xxiL 7, 10. 

xxiLSa. 

xxiii. 31. 
Lev. xxvi 25. 

xxvi. 28. 
Num. xxi. 2. 

xxi.3. 

xxi. 34. 

xxxis. 

XXXV. 25. 
Deut. i. 27. 

ii.SO. 

ii.83. 

ii.86. 

ill. 2. 

iii.S. 

V.22. 

viL2,29»84. 

viLie. 

ix.lO. 

xix.12. 

XX. 18. 

xxi. 10. 

xxiiL 14. 

xxiii. 16. 

xxiv. 13. 

XXV. 11. 

xxxi. 9. 

xxxii. 39. 
Josh. ii. 18. 

1124. 

vii. 7. 

viii.7. 

ix.26. 

x.8,19. 

X.12. 

x.30.32. 

xi.6w 

xiS. 

XX. 5. 

xxi. 44. 

xxii. 31. 

xxiv. 10. 

xxiv. 11. 
Judff . i. 8. 

i.4. 

iil4. 

ILIS. 

iL18. 

11.23. 

iii.9.9. 

iii-10, 

iiil5. 

iiL28. 

lit. 81. 

iv. 7, 14. 

vLl, 13. 

vi.9. 

vii. 7, 9. H 18. 

viiL3. 

viii. 7. 

viii. 22. 

viii. 34. 

ix.17. 

X. 12, 14. 

X.13. 

X.16. 

xi.9. 

xi. 21, 82. 

xLSO. 

xii. 2. 

xii. 3,3. I 

xiii. 1. 

xiii. 5. 

XT. 12. 

XV. 13. 

XV. 18. 

XTL23.24. 

xviii 28. 

XX. 18. 

XX. 28. 
lSam.iv.8. 

iv. 19. 

viL8. 



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19 f 

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18 f 

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13 i 
18 f 

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14 d 
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14 d 
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18 f 
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14 b 
14 d 
14 a 
14 a 
14 d 
14 d 
14 a 
14 e 

. 14 d 
14 a 
14 a 

14 a 
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15 e 
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135 
14 i 
ISk 

13 f 

14 a 
14 b 
14 a 

13 i 

14 a 
14 b 
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14 d 

15 e 
14 a 
18 f 

13 i 

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14 a 
14 d 
14 d 

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14 a 
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14 d 

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14 a 
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18 k 
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6a 

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14 d 

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14 a 

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14 a 

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18 1 



1 Sam. vii 14 


18 f 


X.18. 


13 i 


xii 10. 


18h 


xiL 11, 21. 


18 i 


xiv. 10, 12. 


14 a 


xiv.87. 


14 d 


xiv. 48. 


13 i 


xviLS5. 


18 f 


xviL 87, 87. 


18fi 


xvii.46. 


15 b 


xxiii. 4. 


14 e 


xxiii. 7. 


12 


xxiii. 11, 12, 12. 


15 e 


xxiii. 14. 


14 a 


xxiii. 20. 


15 d 


xxiv. 4. 


14 e 


xxiv. 10. 


14 a 


xxiv. 15. 


25 


xxiv. 18. 


15 a 


xxvi 8. 


15a 


xxvi 28. 


14 a 


xxvi 24. 


18 i 


xxviii. 19. 19. 


14 d 


XXX. 15. 


15 e 


XXX. 23. 


14d 


2 8am iii.S. 


10 a 


iiil4. 


14 c 


v.19,19. 14dbd 


X.10. 


14 a 


xii 7. 


18 f 


xiv. 7. 


14 


xiv. 16. 


18 5 
14 d 


xviS. 


xviii. 28. 


15 a 


xix.9. 


8d 


XX. 21. 


14 c 


xxi. 6. 


14 k 


xxi. 9. 


14 d 


xxii 1. 


18 f 


xxii 2. 


19 c 


xxii 18. 4». 


13 i 


xxii. 20. 


3e 


xxii. 44. 


19b 


1 Kings iii. 17. 


5c 


iiil8,18. 


5bc 


viii 46. 


14 a 


xiii. 26. 


14 d 


XV. 18. 


14 d 


XVU.23. 


14 d 


xviii. 9. 


14 e 


XX. 5. 


14 d 


XX. 13. 


14 e 


XX. 28. 


14 a 


xxii 6. 


14 d 


xxii 12, 15. 


14 a 


2 Kings iii 10^ 18. 


14 b 


iii. 18. 


14 a 


v.l. 


6 f 


xii. 7, 15, 


14d 


xiii 3. 


14 d 


xiu. 17, 17. 


6 f 


xvii 20. 


J4d 


xvii 39. 


18 i 


xviii 28. 


14 d 


xviii 29. 


13 K 


xviii.80.80. 18gil4fi 


xviii. 82. 


13 i 


xviii. 33. 


18gf 


xviii 34. 


18 f 


xviii. 35. 85. 


18 fi 


xix.10. 


14h 


xix.ll. 


13 d 


xix.12. 


18 f 


XX. 6. 


13 i 


xxi. 14. 


14 a 


xxii. 5, 9. 


14 d 


xxii 7. 


14 i 


xxii. 10. 


14 a 


lChron.v.20. 


14 h 


xi. 14, 14. 18 i, 6 f 


xiv. 10, 10. 


14 a 


xvi7. 


14 a 


xvi.85. 


13 h 


xix.ll. 


14 a 


2 Chron, vl. 86. 


14 a 


xii 7. 


19 f 


xiii 16. 


14 d 


xvi.8. 


14 a 


xviii 5. 


14d 


xviii 11. 


14 a 


xviii 14. 


14 h 


xxiii 9. 


14 d 


xxiv. 24. 


14 a 


XXV. 15. 


18 f 


XXV. 20. 


14 b 



2 Ofaron. xxviii 8k 
5. 

xxviii 9. 

xxviii 11. 

xxix. 8. 

xxxii. 11. 

xxxii 13. 14. 14. 

xxxii 16, 15. 

xxxii. 17, 17. 

X xiv. 9, 15, 17. 
Exra V. 14. 

vii. 19. 

viii 31. 

viii. 36. 

ix.7. 

ix.13. 
Neh. ix. 27. 

ix.28. 
Esth. iv. 14. 

vi9. 
Job v. 4. 

V. 19. 

vi28. 

X.7. 

xvi.ll. 

xxii. 30. 80. 

xxiii 7. 

xxix. 12. 

xxxiii24. 

xxxiii28. 

xxxvi. 16. 

xxxvilS. 
Ps.vi4w 

viiL 

vii 2. 

vii. 4. 

xvii. 18. 

xviii title. 

xviii. 2. 

xviii 17, 48. 

xviii 19. 

xviii 43. 

xviii 48, 48. 

xviii 50. 

xxii 4. 

xxii 5. 

xxii 8, 8. 

xxii 20. 

XXV. 20. 

XX vii 12. 

xxxi. 1. 

xxxi. 2. 15. 

xxxii. 7. 

xxxiii.16. 

xxxiiin. 

xxxiii. 19. 

xxxiv. 4 17. 

xxxiv. 7. 

xxxiv. 19. 

XXXV. 10. 

xxxvii 40. 40. 

xxxix.^ 

xl.13. 

xl.17. 

xU.1. 

xii 2. 

xliiiL 

xhv.4. 

L15. 

L22. 

Iil4. 

liv. 7. 

lv.18. 

Ivil3. 

lix.1,8. 

lx.5. 

Ixix. 14 14 

hux.18. 

Ixx. 1. 

lxx.5. 

Ixxi2. 

Ixxi4 

Ixxi. 11. 

Ixxii 12. 

Ixxiv. 19. 

Ixxviii 42. 

Ixxviii. 6L 

ixxix.9. 

Ixxxi6. 

Ixxxi. 7. 

lxxxii.4 

Ixxxvi. 18. 

lxxxix.48. 

xoi.3. 

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exix. 15S. 


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cxix. 154. 


2 


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cxLl. 


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cxlii«L 


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cxIiiL 9. 


ISh 


cxIiY. 2. 


19 c 


cxliY. 7, IL 


ISh 


cxliv. 10. 


20 


Ppov. iL 12; Id. 


^E 


iv.9. 


Ti.a.S. 


ISc 


X.2. 


IS i 


xi.4,6L 


IS i 


xi.8. 


Sa 


xi.9. 


8b 


xi.21. 


8a 


xiLd. 


18 i 


xiv. 25. 


18 k 


xix. 19. 


18 i 


xxiii. 14. 


IS i 


xxiv. 11. « 


ISh 


xxviii.28. 


8c 


xxxi. 24. 


14 a 


Eccles. TiiL 8. 


S9 


ix.15. 


Im.t.29. 


18 k 


xix. 20. 


18 f 


XX. & 


18 b 


xxvi 17. ^ 


6b 


XX vi. 18. 


6e 


xxix.ll. 


14 d 


xxix. 12. 


14 f 


xxxi. 5. 


13 f 


xxxiv.2. 


14 a 


XXXTi.l4 


13g 


xxxvil5. 




15. 18 g 


UUh 



I«LZXXTil8.18. 


ISif 


xxxvil9. 


18 f 


xxxvi 20, 20. 


ISfi 


xxxviL 11. 


13 d 


xxxviLlS. 


18 f 


xxxviii. 8. 


18 i 


xlii. 22. 


18 k 


xliiLlS. 


18 k 


xUv. 17. 


ISh 


xliT.20. 


18 i 


x1vl2. 


8e 


xlvi4. 


iSl 


xirii. 14 


xlix. 24 28. 


8c 


L2, 


18^ 


IviLlS. 


18 1 


lxvL7. 


8h 


Jet. L 8. 19. 


Wg 


TiilO. 


18 a 


XV. 9. 


14 d 


XV. 20. 


ISg 


XV. 21. 


IS f 


xviiL21. 


14 c 


XX. 5. 


14 a 


XX. 18. 


18 f 


xxi. 7. 


14 d 


xxi. 12. 


ISh 


xxii.S. 


ISh 


xxiv. 9. 


14 a 


xxix. 18. 


14 a 


xxix. 21. 


14 e 


xxxiL4 


14gh 


xxxiL 18. 


14 b 


xxxiLSe. 


14 f 


xxxiv. 8. 


14 h 


xxxviL 17. 


14 h 


xxxviu. 19, 20. 


14 d 


xxxix. 17. 


18 f 


xxxix.18. 


6eg 


xlu. 11. 


ISk 
14 b 


xliiiS. 


xlvL24 


14 f 


xlvL2«. 


14 a 


116.45. 


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Lam. L 14 


14 a 


V.8. 


21 


Ezek.iiLl9.2L 


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viL 19. 


13 g 


xL9, 


14 a 



Bxek. xiiL 21^.2 

xiv. 14 

xiv. le. IflL 

xiv. 18. 18. 

xiv. 20, 20. 

xvi. 21. 27. 

xviLlS. 

xxi. SI. 

xxiii. 9. 

xxiiL28. 

XIV. 4 

XXV. 7. 

xxxi. 11. 

xxxi 14 

xxxii. 20. 

xxxiii. 5. 

xxxiiLO. 

xxxiiL 12. 

xxxiv. 10, 12k 
Dan. iiL 15. 

iiL 17. 17. 

iii.28. 

iii. 29. 

vi.1414 

Ti.ie. 

vi-20. 

vi. 27. 27. 

viii. 4 7. 

xiLl. 
Hos. ii. 10. 

xL8. 
Joelii.S2,82L 
Amos i. 6. 9. 

iL 14 15, IS. 

vi. 8. 

ix.1. 
Obad.14 

17. 
Jonah iv. 6. 
Micahiv.lO. 

V.flL 

V.8. 

vL 14 14 
Hab. iL 9. 
Zeph. i. 18. 
Zech. iL 7. 

XL6.6. 
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IS e 

18 id 

ISid 

18 i 

14 d 

8a 

14 a 

14 a 

14 e 

14 e 

14 a 

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14 f 

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15 f 
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2Sbc 

2Sa 

18 1 

28 b. 18 1 

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23b 

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• M. deliver &c if thou forbear. fi "the time of her deUrery,** HL to bear. 

DEIiTTSIONS. 
D^T^/J^ m. pi, see Ad, Doing. Isa. IxvL 4, marg, 'cr, derices;* 
Oesenias, yexation, adversity. 

DEMAND. 

1 "^pK to my. KALtnf. 

2 hn^ to ask. Kal ^fut. ^H«> Ch. Pa'l ^part. adwe. • hJh^ 

Ch. /. pr. question, petition; anything inquired for, 
matter, affiiir. 



Exod. V. 14 
2 8am. xi. 7. 
Job xxxviiL 8. 



1 I Job xL 7. 
2 a xlii. 4 

2a| 



2 a [ Dan. ii. 27. 

2 a iv. 17. 



2b 
2c 



DEN. 

1 rn^KD /. ligbt, light-hole, by which light enters, so a den : Isa. 

xi. 8, Ch. pupil of the eye, with which the serpent 
fiiscinates and destroys. 

2 2'ytt m. a lying in wait, a lurking-place. 

8 2^ Ch. a pit, den, in which lions were kept. 

4 JTiyp /. a cave. 

6 nlinpD /. pi. fissures, or clefts, in mountains or rocks, hollowed 

out by the water ; such were used by the Israelites as 

dens, recesses, retreats. 

6 T|b m. a thicket of trees, a covert, lair or den of wild beasts. 

7 |1VtD m. habitation, den of beasts. « n^>9t) /. habitation ; a 

refuge. 



Jndg. vi 2. 
Job xxxviL 8. 

xxxviii40. 
Ps. X. 9. 

civ. 22. 
Cant. iv. 8. 



6 

8 

7a 

6 

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7a 



Iia.xi8. 

xxxii 14 
Jer. vii 11. 

ix.ll. 

X.22. 



DuL vi. 7. 12. 18, 17, 
19, 20. 23, 23» 24 
24. S 

Amos ili 4 7 a 

Nah. ii 12. 7 a 



DENOTTNCB. 



*TP (see TeUi ; to declare solemnly. Hiphil preL Dent 
XXX. 18. 

DENT. 
STD to lie, speak lies; to deny what is true, to disavow a 

person or thing ; to deny or refuse to acknowledge God, 

his goodness, troth, or power. Puel pret. Job viiL 18 ; 

xxxi. 28 : Prov. xxx. 9, marg. ' belie.* fni. Gen. xrriiL 

15 : Josh. xxiv. 17. 
)^D to withhold, keep back. Kal pret. i Kings xx. 7, flsory. 

' kept not back from him.* fwt. Prov. xxx. 7. 
aiB^ to return. Hiphil fuL i Kings ii 16, "deny me not^* 

marg. ' turn not away my fiM».' 

DEFABT. 

1 Kla to come, go, kc. KAhftU. 

2 TVPl to be naked, to make naked ; to be taken awaj, to <&- 

appear. Kal* pret. ^fvA. 

3 ?|^n to go, in opposition to M>1. Kal *pni, * tii/. •jwr*. Pod. 

HiTHPAXL ^fui. 

4 1|^ to walk, to go. KAL*tnf. *»tmp. •/«<• Withfuf.,^.^^ 

surely depart, 
to go out, to ^;c> forth. Kal ^prti, ^inf. ^fut. 
to be disjointed ; see AlietuUe. KAhftU. 

to turn aside from that which is straight. Gnasetias thinks 
that this word has the same force as vopo^^ccy in H^ 
ii. I, by which Lxx. have rendered it in Ptot. iiL si. 
Kal •/irf. Hiphil ^fut. 

to give way, to recede, to depart. Kal *preL ^/W. 
Hiphil ^fut. 

to flee away. Kal f%t. 

to remove. Kal inf, 

to pull up, to tear up, e.g. the tent pins or stakes, in order 
to take it down ; to break up a camp, to remove^ to 
journey. Kal *pret. ^fui. Niphal « pret. 

to turn aside out of the way, to depart ; to depart from a 
place, from a person, for a time, Ac., aeq. ^^Cynp, ^^^P> 
Vpp^ ]rp, D9p^ once ieq. 1: Hos. vii 14. To remove 
from calamity of any kind is to escape from it. Job xv. 
30 ; Lxx. oM fiii iK^dyp rh irK6rot ; so Prov. xiii. 14, 
" to escape from the snares of death.** Kal *preL ^ n^. 
'imp. ^fut. •paH, PoeL ^part, Paiil. «n^D; », a\i3 
a drawing back. 

13 rnj? Ch. to pass away. TA'hprei, 

14 T)h^ to ascend, to go up. Kal *fuL Niphal to be brai^lil 

up, to depart from, with b^p. ^fut. 

15 *lfiV to go in a circle, to turn about, in order to depart, 

Kal fut. 

16 *)lb^ *'•?• "^^D to go away, to depart. Kal tf^. 



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17 npt^ to send away, to dismiss. PlEL ^imp, ^ftU, 

18 nye^ to look, to look away from, seq. ]0. Kal fut. 



Gen.zii.4,4. 
xiv. 12. 
zxi. 14. 
zxiv. 10. 
xxvi. 17, 51. 

XXXL40. 

xxxi. 55. 

XXXY. 18. « 

xxxvii. 17. 

xlii.26. 

ilv.24. 

xlix. 10. 
Eiod.Tiii.U,20. 

xvi. 1. 

xviii. 27. 

xix. 2. 

1x1.22. 

xxxiii. 1. 

xxxiii. 11. 

XXXV. 20. 
Lev. xiii. 58. 

XXV. 41. 
Kum. X.80. 

X.33. 

xii.9. 

xii. 10. 

xiv. 9. 

xiv. 44. 

xvi. 2ft. 

xxii. 7. 

xxxiii. 3, 6. 8. IS, 16. 
17, 18, 19, 20, 27, 
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48,44.46,48. 
Deut. L 19. 

iv.9. 

ix.7. 

xxiv. 2. 
Josh. i. 8. 

ii. 21. 

xxii. 9. 

xxiv. 28. 
Jud^. vi. 18. 

vi21. 

vii. 8. 

ix.66. 

XTi.20. 

xvii. 8. 

xviii. 7, 21. 

xix. 6, 7. 8, 9. 

xix. 10. 

XXL 24. 
1 Sam. iv. 21, 22. 

vie. 

X.2. 

XV. 6, 6. 

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XX. 42. 

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xxiii. 18. 
xxviii. 16, 1ft. 
xxix.10. 
xxix.ll. 
XXX. 22. 

2 Sam. vi. 19. 
vii. 15. 

XL 8. 
xi. 12. 
xii. 10. 
xii. 15. 
XV. 14. 
xviL 21. 
xix. 24. 
XX 21. 
xxii. 28. 

1 Kings xi. 21. 
xii. 6. 5. 
xiLlft. 

xii. 24. 
xiv. 17. 
XV. 19. 
xix. 19. 
XX. 9. 88. 
XX. 86. 8ft. 

2 Kings L 4. 
iii.8. 

iii. 27. 

V. 5, 19, 24. 

TiiLl4. 

X.12. 

X.15. 

X. 29, 81. 

xiiL 2, 8» 11. 

xiv. 24. 

XV. 9. 18, 24h 28. 

xvii 22. 

xviii. 0. 

xix. 8. 

xix. 8ft. 

1 Chron. xvi 45. 
XXL 4. 

2 Chron. viii 16. 
X.5. 

xvi. 8. 

XX. 82. 

xxi.20. 

xxiv. 26. 

xxxiv. 38. 

XXIV. 16. 
Ezra viii 81. 
Neh. ix. 19. 
Job vii 19. 

XV. 80. 

XX. 28. 

xxi.l4 

xxii 17. 

xxvii. 21. 



4bo 

6 c 

12a 

4b 

4a 

4 c 

4 c 

12 d 

6 c 

17 b 

12 d 

4 c 

4 a 

4a 

4a 

4 

12 d 

17 a 

4bo 

4 c 

4a 

4 

14 a 

4c 

40 

80,40 

4 c 

12 a 

lib 

4 c 

4 c 

1 

4c 

12 a 

12 a 

12 a 

12 a 

12a 

12 a 

11 a 
lib 

4 
6 c 

12 a 
4 c 

14 a 
12 a 

4 c 

4a 
12 a 
12 b 
lib 
12 a 
18 
12 d 

2b 
12 c 
12 c 

4 



Job xxviii 28. 
Ps. vi. 8. 

xxxiv. title. 

xxxiv. 14. 

xxxvii 27. 

Iv.ll. 

ci. 4. 

cv.88. 

cxix. 102. 

cxix. 116. 

cxxxix. 19. 
Prov. iii 7. 

iii 21. 

iv.21. 

V.7. 

xiii 14. 19. 

xiv. 16. 

xiv. 27. 

XV. 24. 

xvi. ft, 17. 

xvii 18. 

xxii. ft. 

xxvii. 22. 
Eccles. vi 4. 
Isa. vii. 17. 

xi.l8. 

xiv. 26, 25. 

xxxvii. 8. 

xxxvii 87. 

xxxviii. 12./I 

Iii 11, 11. 

liv. 10. 10. 

lix.18. 

lix. 15. 

lix. 21. 
Jer. vi. 8. 

xvii. 5. 

xvii. 18. 

xxix.2. 

xxxi. 3ft. 

xxxii40. 

xxxvii 6. 

xxxvii. 9, 9.y 

xii 10, 17. 

is. 

Lam. i ft. 

iv. 15. 16, 16. 
Ezek. vi. 9. 

X.18. 

xvi. 42. 

xxvi. 18. 
Dan. iv. 81. 

ix. 5. 11. 
Hoe. ix. 12. 

X.5. 
Micah ii. 10. 
Nah. iu. 1. 
Zech. X. 11. 
Maiii8. 



12 b 
12 c 

4 c 
12 c 
12 c 

8 c 
12 d 

6b 
12 a 
12 
12 
12 c 

7a 

7b 
12 d 
12 b 
12 e 
12 b 
12 b 
12 b 

8b 
12 d 
12d 

4 c 
12 b 
12 a 
12 ad 
11 a 
lib 

11 

12 c 
8b 

10 

12 a 

8b 

ft 

12 d 

8b 

12 b 

14 b 

8b,4cc 

4 
8a 

5 
12 
12a 

6 
12 a 

6 b 

18 

12 b 

1ft 

2a 

4b 

8c 

12 d 

12a 



• <<<. in the going out of her soul, 



^ lit, is being taken down. 



y lit. departing shall depart. 

DEPOSE. 
nrU Ch. to come down. Hophal pret. Dan. t. lo, lit, caused 
to descend. 

DEFBIVE. 
n^ to forget, to caase to forget. Hiphil pret. Job xxxix. 1 7. 
*Tj^B see To Miss, Pual pret, Isa. xxxviii 10, I am made to 

miss, to want the residue of my years. 
?bB^ to be bereaved of children. KAL/tU. Gen. zxyIl 45. 

DBPUTT. 
aV3 see Qficer, Niphal part, i Kings xxii. 47. 
nnp m. governor, captun : Esth. viii. 9 ; ix. 3. 

DEBIDE, DEBIBION. 

yi? to deride, to mock any one, seq, aec, ; pr, by imitating his 
voice or mode of speaking. Hiphil prd. 



y}P to mock, deride ; pr, by imitating the stammering voice of 
any one in derision ; of one who contemns the threats 
and efforts of eneoiiies. Kal *fiU, ^ y'i). m. derision, 
mockery. 

U>p m, scorn, derision. 

pnb^ to laugh ; seq. ^"i to laugh at, to deride ; seq. \ to laugh 

at, but especially in scorn. 3Lax •prrf. ^fvi, "p^nto m, 

laughter, derision. 



Job XXX. 1. 4 a I Pa. cxix. 61. 

Pb. ii 4. 2 a I Jer. xx. 7. 

xUv. 18. 8 , XX. 8. 

lix. 8. 2 a xlviii 2ft. 27, 89. 

Izxiv. 4u 8 1 Lam. ii 14. 

DESOEND. 



1 1 Ezek. xxiii 24. 
4 ' XXXV. 4. 

8 Hos. vii Iftw 
4 U&b.ilO. 

4o| 



*nj to go down. Kal ^pret, ^fut. ^part, Poel. 



Gen. xxviii. 12. 
Exod. xix. 18. 

xxxiii. 9. 

xxxiv. 5. 
Num. xxxiv. 11. 
Deut. ix. 21. 



Josh. U. 28. 

xvii 9. 

xvui. 18, 1ft. 1ft. 17. 
1 Sam. xxvi 10. 
Pa. xlix. 17. 



b I Ps. cxxxiii 8. 
a Prov. XXX. 4u 
a Isa. V. 14. 
b I Ezek. xxvi 20. 
b xxxi 10. 



2b 
2b 
2b 
4b 



DEBCBIBE. 

3r)|l to write. Kal iirf. Josh. xviiL 8. imp. Josh, xviii. 8. 
fut. Josh, xviii. 4, 6, 9 : Judg. viii. 14, marg, 'writ.* 

DE80BT. 

1VI to go about; to spy out. Hiphil /«<. Judg.'i. ^3, "sent 
to descry." 

DE8EBT. 

1 "13*70 m. a desert, uninhabited, or but thinly inhabited; see 

Wildenuss, 

2 nsin /. dry place, desert ; desolations, ruins. 

3 t^O^t^ f^' a waste, a wilderness. 

4 nn'l}^ /. arid tract, sterile region, wilderness ; see Plain, 

6 n^V /. dryness, drought ; a dry land. DJ*^^ m. pi, inhabitants 
of the desert, wild beasts. 



Exod. iii 1. 




PB.lxxviii.40. 




'Isa. xlviii 21. 




V.8. 




cii. ft. 




lis. 




xix. 2. 




cvi l». 




Jer. ii. ft. 




xxiii. 81. 




Isa. xiii. 21. 




xvii ft. 




Num. XX. 1. 




xxi. 1, 1. 




XXV. 24. 




xxvii. 14. 




xxxiv. 14. 




il2. 




xxxiii. 1ft. 




XXXV. 1, ft. 




i89. 




Deut. xxxii 10. 




xl.8. 




Ezek. xiii. 4. 




2 Chron. xxvi 10. 




xii 19. 




xlvii8.a 




Job xxiv. 6. 




xliii. 19, 20. 
« marg. *or, plahi.' 









DE8EBT, DEBEBVING. 
71D| m. reward, recompense : Judg. ix. 16 : Ps. xxviiL 4. 
Dd^ m. judgment : Ezek. vii. 17. 

DEBIBE, DESIBABLE. 

1 3K our translators seem to have taken this as a particle 
expressive of a wish, *1H si, Job xxxiv. 36 ; others 
take it as rendered in the mc^, * My &ther, let Job 
be tried,' as addressed to God. 

8 nSl^l^K /. desire, appetite or natural desire. 

8 n^X to desire earnestly, to have a strong affection, or, to 
long for, the soul (which word frequently accompanies 
this verb) going after that which is sought^ in order to 



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4 *IDt< 

- T 

7 nopi 



10 no? 

12 Kfc^J 

13 ilrf 

14 i>KB^ 

16 ^m 

16 W 



17 njj^B'ri 



poflsesB and enjoy it. This word diffbn from otben 
of a Bunilar import in inclading an idea of impulflo : 
its opposite is Drji to loathe, abhor. Pibl ^pret, ^ftU. 
HiTHPAKL cj>rrt. ^fut. ^part. ' n^^ f. eoruir. desire. 
« D'^IHO m. jd, desires. »> mjsjn /. desire, Inst, de- 
light 

to saj. Kal fut, I SanL zx. 4, lU. say what is thy 
mind. 

Ch. to seek, to search after. P'al ^pret. ^inf. 

to seek, to search for, to inquire after. Piel pari. 

to desire strongly ; to take delight in ; to covet ; as 
aubst. that which is the object of desire, precious, 
pleasant, loyely. Kal • prrf. *»/irf. ^part. Pattl. 
NiPHAL ^parL * Ton m. beauty, desirableness, plea- 
santness. ^Ti'^r^li desire; object of desire, delight. 
" The desire of all nations," Micah ii. 7, is understood 
of the Messiah ; this desire, with many blessings in 
Tiew, is put before a plural verb, "shall come." Dan. 
3d. 37i "he shall not regard., .the desire of women," 
has been most generally considered as equivalent to 
the mark of Antichrist given in i Tim. iv. 3, " for- 
bidding to marry." In correspondence with the Apo- 
stle's ^application of this mark to Antichrist, it must 
be observed, that the word used for women is not 
that which would aj^ly to concubines or harlots, but 
to married women or wives ; it is therefore equivalent 
to the despising of marriage and the pretence of 
unusual chastity, which we find in the church of 
Bome. * "^97^ **• desire, object of desire. 

to favour, to take delight in ; to desire ; mostly seq, a. 
Kal •preL ^fut. «ypn adj. to delight in. ^ly^n m. 
delight, desire, pursuit, ardour. 

to join, to fasten together; to be attached to any one ; 
eeq. } and inf. Kal ^prei, ^ p^n m. denre, delight. 

to be pale, to pine after, desire ; teq. ^. Kal •ftU, 
NiPHAL ^part. Zeph. ii. i ; Gesenius,'not ashamed, 
shameless, as paleness is attributed to shame as weU 
as blushing ; comp. Isa. xziz. 21. 

com. animal life ; the soul, mind, as the seat of affec- 
tions. 

to lift up. Piel part, 
m. delight; will, pleasure. 

to ask. Kal •prrt. ^fta. ^pari, Poel. *nj^i^p /. 
prayer, petition. 

to pant after ; earnestly to desire. Kal/k^. 

m. mark ; mark or cross as subscribed to a bill of 
complaint : hence subscription, meion. the bill itself ; 
charge : Job xxxL 35, marg, 'or, behold my sign » 
that the Almighty will answer me.* The Vulg. and 
English version seem to have taken ^ri for n^Hri; see 
above. 

/. desire, longing; Gussetius, that affection which is 

drawn out towards a superior. 

Bent. vii. 25. 7 b 

xiv. 26. 14 b 

XTiii.6L 8f 



Gen.iii.(S. 


7d Exod.x.ll. 


6 


iii.l«. 


17 ixxiv. 24. 


7b 


IT. 7. 


17 Deut.v.21. 


7b 



I)eut.xviiil«. 


14 a 


JobxxxL80. 


18 


xxi. 11. 


9 a 


xxxiu.38. 


8a 


Judg. viiL 24. 


14 b 


XX xiv. 86. 


1 


lSam.iLie. 


8b 


xxxvi20. 


15 


ii.20. 


7 f 


Pax. 8. 17. 


8h 


xil.lS. 


14 a 


xii.10. 


7d 


xviii.25. 


8d 


xxi. 2. 


Sb 


XX. 4. 


4 


xxvu.4. 


14 a 


xxiu.20. 


8 f 


xxxiv.12. 


8c 


2Sam.m.21. 


8b 


xxxvii4. 


14d 


XTiii. 6. 


8d 


xxiviiL9. 


Sh 


1 Kings iL 20. 


14 


XL 6. 


8a 


v.8,9.10. 


8d 


xlv.lL 


8d 


ix.1. 


0b 


li.6. 


8a 


ix.ll. 


8d 


Iil6. 


8b 


ix.19. 


9ba 


lxviiL16. 


7a 


X.1S. 


8d 


lxx.2. 


80 


xi. 87. 


8b 


Ixxiii. 25. 


8a 


2King8iv.28. 


14 a 


Ixxviii. 29. 


8h 


2 Chron. viii. e. 


9ba 


CviLSO.a 


8d 


ix,12. 


8d 


cxii. 10. 


8h 


xi.2S. 


14b 


cxxxiL 18^14 


8a 


XV. 15. 


18 


cxl.8. 


M 


xxi. 20. 


7f 


oxlT. 16» 19. 


Neh.i.ll. 


80 


PKHT.iiLlfi. 


8d 


£>th.ii.lS. 


4 


Tiii.ll. 


8d 


Job vii 2. 


15 


X.24. 


8h 


xiiL8. 


8b 


xi.28. 


8h 


xiv. 15. 


10 a 


xii.12. 


7a 


XX. 20. 


7c 


xiii.4. 


Se 


XXL 14. 


8a 


xiii. 12^19. 


8h 


xxiiLlS. 


8a 


XTiii 1. 


8h 


xxxi.l«. 


8d 






• Ul. of their dflsiit). pm 


joungm 






DESOLATE. 


1 njD^K /. 


a widow, n^atpbiji /. 


desolate 




r)Sh^'^H. 


Gesenius. 




9 Dg^ to be guilt 


y; to make desolate. 



ProT.xix.t8. 


Sh 


xxi 10. 


8a 


xxi. 20. 


7d 


xxi. 25. 


8h 


xxiii8.6. 


8d 


xiiv.l. 


Sd 


Eocle8.iilO. 


14 a 


Ti.2. 


8d 


Ti.9. 


11 


xii5. 


8 


Cant, va 10. 


17 


Isa. i 29. 


7a 


xxviS. 


8h 


xxvi.9. 


8a 


liii.2. 


7b 


Jer. xvii. 16. 


80 


xxii27. 


uu 


xlii22. 


8a 


xUv. 14. 


12.11 


Esek.xxiii 6,12,28./! 7e 


xiiv.16.21.26. 




Ban. ii. 16, 28. 




iil8. 




xi.87. 




Hoe.vi6. 




X.10. 




Amos V. 18. 




Micah vii 1. 




vii. 8. 




Hab.ii5. 




Hag.ii.7. 
Z^.iil. 


10 b 



lofdeske. 



*fut, NiPHAL ^pret. " D*30ttJ^j m, pi. Isa. Kx, 10. 
Gesenius, in fertile fields; Jerome, in dark places; 
Lxx. they groan as the dying. The Chaldee renders 
the passage) " It is closed (t. e. the way) before us as 
the sepulchre is closed upon the dead." The deri- 
vatiod of the Heb. word is uncertain, but the opinions 
of modem critics are divided between D^M in the 
sense of to be kid waste, and ]iQ'f to be fat, FiirBt 
prefers the former. 

8 *T*T!1 -m, alone, solitary. 

4 T\\P\2 /. desolation. ^ 

6 n^P^I a<y« solitary, desolate ; Gesenius, sterile, barren. 
'6 yyQ to be dry ; to be laid waste, a desert. Kal ^imp, ^fut. 
NiPHAL ''part, '^ann adj. laid waste; destroyed. 
•anfi m. a laying waste. 'n|"jn /. a desolation, a 
place laid waste, ruins. 
adj, one alone, only, solitary, 
to be burned up. Niphal pret, 
to be waste, desolate. Kal fiU. 
to hide, conceal ; to cut ofiT, destroy. Niphal part. 
to be clean ; to be vacant, empty. NiPhal prtt, 
to be laid waste or ruined by a sudden tumultuous over> 
throw, which beareth down all before it Niphal 
•/«*• ^^^^,tf. i'na a wasting tempest. 'riHiJ/. 
destruction. <» nn^ttJ /. a storm, tempest ; sudden and 
irresistible destruction. cnM^Vtp /. waste places. 
'n^H^ia^O/. pi. ruins, deB(^ations. 
IS ^b^ m. devastation, waste, destruction. 
14 Dp(^« to be laid waste or desolate; see AstoniA; desolate 



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plAcea are sQent and qniet. KAL»pre<. *tV' */«*• 
*j)ar<. Poel. Kifhal • j^et, ^paH. Polel «|)ar<. 
HiPHiL ^pret, »m/. *>*. Hophal ^t^f. Hithpo- 
LBL '^fuL nOQ^ ac(;. wasted, desolate, onpox^/. 
astonishment, desolation. — ^pH^i^^ /. id, qni^^ /. 
wasting, desolation, astonishment, 'n^^tp/. astonish- 
ment, desolation. 



Gen.xlvii.19. 


9 


l8a.lxiT.10. 


140 


Esek.xxT.8. 


14e 


Exod. TXiii. 29. 


14 


Jer.ii.12. 


6a 


XXV. 18. 


6 f 


Lev.xxTL23. 


14 e 


iT.7. 


14q 


XXVL19. 


6c 


xxTi. 31, 82. 


14h 


iT.27. 


14 


xxvi 20. 


6f 


XXTL88. 


14 


Ti.8. 


14 


xxix. 9, 10. 


14 


xxvi S4b 35, 43. 


14 1 


viL34.^ 


6 f 


xxix. 12,1^12. 


140 fo 


Jo8h.Tlii.28. 


14 


ix.ll.y 


14 


XXX. 7, 7. 


14ef 


2 Sam. xiii. 20. 


14d 


X.22. 


14 o 


1XX.14U 


14 h 


2 Kings xxii. 19. 


14 q 


X.25. 


14 h 


xxxu. 15. 


14 


2Chron.xxx.7. 


14 a 
14 I 


xiLlO. 


14 


xxxiii 28. 


14 or 


xxxvi. 21. 


xil 11, 11.11. 


14one 


xxxiii 28. 


14 a 


Ezraix.9. 


ef 


XTliLie. 


14q 


xxxiii 29. 


14 or 


Job iii. 14. 


6 f 


xix.8. 


^n 


XXXT. 8. 


14 or 


XV. 28. 


10 


xxii. 6. 


XXXV. 4, 14. 


14 


XT. 34. 


6 


XXV. 9, 11, 18. 


6f 


XXXT. 7. 


14po 


xvL7. 


14 h 


XXT. 12. 


14 


XXXT. 9. 


Up 


XXX. 8, 14. 


12 d 


XXT.88. 


14 q 


XXXT. 12. 


14 a 


xxxviii.27. 


12d 


xxvi. 9. 


6b 


XXXT. 15^ 15. 


14 a 


Tb. XXV. la 


7 


xxxii. 43. 


14 


xxxTi.8. 


14 b 


xxxiv.21,22. 


2a 


xxxiiL 10, 10. 


6d,14f 


XXXTi4. 


14 d 


xLl6. 


14 


xxxiii. 12. 


6d 


xxxTi84,34. 


14 fo 


xlvi.8. 


14q 
14f 


xxxiT.22. 


14 o 


xxxvi 85, 86, 86. 14 f 


Ixix. 25. 


xUv.2,22. 


6f 


xxxviii 12. 


6f 


UxiiLl9. 


14a 
12f 


xliv.e. 


14 


Dan.viiil8. 


14 d 


Ixxiv. 3. 


xlvilO. 


8 


ix.2. 


6 f 


eix.ie. 


6f 


xlviiLO. 


14 q 


ix.l7. 


14 n 


cxUii 4. 


14 m 


xlvui34u 


14 r 


ix.18,26. 


14 d 


Prov. i. 27. 12 b or d 


xlix. 2, 38. 


14 


ix.27,27. 


14gd 


iii. 25. 


12 d 


xlix. 18, 17. 


14 q 


xi81. 


11! 


l8a.L7,7. 


14 


xlix. 20. 


ui 


xiilL 


iii2<L 


11 


18,23. 


14 q 


H08. T. 9. 


"if 


V.9. 


14 a 


L13. 


14 


xiii. 


vilL 12a, 14 6 


1.45. 


14k 


xiiim 


2a 


viL19.« 


4 


1L26,62. 


14 


Joel i 17. 


14 e 


X.3. 


12 d 


li.20.48. • 


14 q 
14 d 


il8. 


2b 


xiii. 9. 


14q 


LBm.i.4.ia;i6L 


ii3,20. 


14 


xiiL22. 


1 


iii. 11. 


14d 


iii. 19, 19. 


14 


XT.e. 


14 r 


iii 47. 


12 c 


Amo8Tii9. 


14 e 


xvU.9. 


14 


iv.5. 


14 e 


Mioahi7. 


14 


xxiT.6. 


2a 


V.18. 


14 a 


Til3. 


14 1 


xxiv.12. 


"i 


EBek.TL4 


14 e 


Til6. 


14 q 


xxvii 10. 


vi6,«. 


9,2a 


Tiil8. 


14 


XlTiilL 


12 d 


vi. 14.14 


14or 


Zeph.il8. 


14 o 


xlix.8.19. 


14d 


viL27. 


14 


12 e 


xlix. 21. 


6 


xii. 19. 


9 


ii4,'9,18. 


14 


1L19. 


13 


xiL20. 


140 


ii.l4u 


6e 


liv.l. 


14d 


XiT.15.1«. 


140 


iil5. 


14q 


liv.3. 


14 f 


XV. 8. 


140 


iii 6. 


14e 


lix. 10. 


So 


xix.7,7. 


1»9 


Zech. tH. H 14 


14 eq 
6f 


Ixi.4,4u 


14 d 


XX. 26. 


14 k 


MaLi4 


lxii4. 


14 


xxiiLSS. 


14 







«UI.TaDeusorde8o]atioDS. ^ m. ftv desolation. y W. desdatkm. 

DESPAIB, DEBFEBATH 
t^ to despond, to despair ; to renounce hope, relatiyely, 
though not absolutely or totally : so Eocles. ii. ao^ Job 
vi. 26, desperate, i,e. desperate afHicti, Schmid. Ni- 
PHAL pret. I Sam. xxvii. i. part. Job vi. a6. PlEL inf, 
Eodes. ii. 10. 

e^ to be ack unto death. Kal part, VhXH, Isa. zvii. x i : 
Jer. xviL 9, " desperately wicked," 

DESPISE. 
1^ to despise, oontenm : this word is evidently of stronger 
meaning than ni); it denotes open contempt, with 
mockery, hrtiiovv, ipvfipl(€tp ; the act of one who, full 
of arrogance and self-esteem, contemns others, despises 
their gifts, aggravates their &ults and infinnities, and 



disdains all acts of love and kindness from them : such 
a one, through pride, despises precept, admonition, and 
wisdom. Zech. iv. 10 refers to a sinful contempt of the 
day of small things. Prov. vi. 30, <f, 3a, an adulterer is 
more worthy of contempt (such as is implied in this 
word) and mockery than a thief that steals to satisfy 
hunger. Reproach and contempt are joined together, 
Ps. cxix. aa. Kal •pret, ^ftU. ^part. Poel. *ni m. 
contempt. * nna /. id, hence who is contemned. 

nr^ to do that which implies contempt ; to slight, neglect, make 
little account of, to treat contemptuously and proudly ; 
Lxx. ^avKiC^tp 4^ou$€p*ty; it is opposed to the act of 
esteeming, appreciating, or canng for ; it implies some- 
times only to make little account of: ef. Matt. vi. a4, 
opposed to "135, L Sam. ii. 30, Mai. i. 6, "^O^, Prov. 
xix. 16. Observe the antithesis in the following pas* 
sages, Prov. xiv. a, xv. ao, and the use of this word in 
Gen. XXV. 34, i Sam. x. a7, a Sam. vi. 16, Esth. iii. 
6 : David despised Gk>d when he did not obey the will 
of God, but preferred to it his own lusts, a Sam. xii 9, 
10, cf. Prov. xiv. a, ».e. when he did not fear God. A 
man despiseth his oath when he violates a covenant, 
Ezek, xvii. 18, 19. A man despiseth his ways who walks 
without fear and caution ; Prov. xix. 16, "He that 
keepeth the commandments keepeth his own soul ; but 
he that despiseth his ways shall die :'* the antithesis 
would seem to have required, 'he that despiseth the com- 
mandments ;* but by an elegant inversion of the train of 
thought he speaks of one who despiseth his wajrs, as he 
certainly does who despises the will of God, since he 
does not regard them with that care and attention which 
the word of God requires : so may be explained Acts 
xiii. 46 ; 'you judge the. gospel not worthy, you despise 
it, and so judge yourselves unworthy of eternal life.* 
This word is chi^y used of man ; yet it is attributed 
to God of man, and implies the withdrawal of his fitvour, 
care, help, &c. : negatively it betokens his favourable 
regard, &therly care, and protection. Kal •pret, ^fui, 
^ part. Foel. *par«. PatiL NiFRAL*part, "ExBBiLHnf, 
f n^l adj, despised. 

^T to shake 0% to put aside ; to account and oast away as 
vile. HiPHiL pret, 

DKtD to refuse, reject as vile and worthless, with disdain and 
aversion ; see Ahhor^ B^eet, KiL •pret, ^ia^, ^fiu, 
^paH, Poel. 

1^3 to treat with scorn and contumely ; see Ahhor, It is that 
kind of contempt which provokes to anger ; as when 
man despises counsel, reproof, correction ; and God him- 
self, his word and ordinances. Kal • pret, ^fiu, Phl 
•pret, *part, 

TOp to be light ; to be lightly esteemed ; insignificant, vile ; to 
make light of, to despise ; opposed to "v^^. Kal •fut. 
HiPHiL ^pret, 

nbp to be light ; to be treated as vile and ignominious. Nl- 

THALpart, 
t^V^ to contemn, to despise. Kal port. 



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xzy.34u 
Lev. xzrilS. 

XXTL43. 
Num.xLaO. 

xiv. 81. 

XV. 31. 
Jndg. iz. 88. 

1 Sam. iL 80. 
X.27. 

2 Sam. Ti. 16L 
xii. 9. 10. 
xiz.43. 

2 Kings xix. 21. 

1 Chron. xv. 29. 

2 Chron. xxxtL 16. 
Neh. U. 19. 

iv.4. 
Esth. L 17. 
Job V. 17. 

ix.21. 

X.8. 

xii. 6. 

xix. 18. 

xxxLlS. 

xxxviS. 
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6a 


FB.zzii.24. 


2b 


U.17. 


40 


liii.6. 


4a 


lxix.88. 


4a 


lxxiu.20. 


4a 


ou. 17. 


2a 


cvi.24. 


4a 


cxix. 141. 


2c 


Prov. i. 7. 


2b 


i.80. 


2b 


iii.ll. 


2a 


V.12. 


6b 


vi.80. 


2a 


xi.12. 


2b 


xii.8.a 


2c 


xii. 9. 


2b 


xiU.18. 


1 e 


xiv.2. 


2 f 


xiv. 21. 


4c 


XV. 6. 


40 


XV. 20. 


40 


XV. 82. 


Id 


xix. 16. 


4a 


xxiii.9,22. 


40 


XXX. 17. 


40 


Eocles. ix. 16. 


2d 


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I8a.y.24. 

XXX. 12. 

zxxiiL8. 

xxxiii. 15. 

xxxviL22. 

xlix.7. 

liiL8.S. 

lx.14. 
Jer. iv. 80. 

xxii. 28. 

xxiiil7. 

xxxiii. 24. 

xlix.15. 
Lam. L8. 

iiO. 
Ezek. xvi. 67. 

xvi59. 

xvii. 16. 18. 19. 

XX. 13. 16» 24. 

xxiL8. 

xxviii. 2< 26. 
Amos ii. 4. 

v. 21. 
Obad.2. 
Zech. iv. 10. 
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• lit, for contempt 



DESPITE. 
tDK^ m. oontempt, 1. 1, pride and arrogance, including an eager 
impulse of mind ; Ezek. zzv. 6, 15 ; zzzvi. 5. 

DBSTITTTTB. 

Ipn oc^'. wanting, lacking: Prov. xv. ai, fMi/rg, 'void of 

heart.' 
Dty to forsake, to leave destitute. KxLpret. Gen. xziv. 17. 

nip to make naked ; to leave destitute. "PiELfut. Ps. czli. 8, 
marff. 'make not mj soul bare.* Gesenius, do not 
empty out my life, t. e. let not my blood be shed ; eomp, 
Isa. liii. I a. ipny ocj;. naked; poor, needy: Ps.cii. 17. 

QD^ to be desolate. Niphal part, Ezek. zzxii 15, marg, 
' desolate.* 

DE8TBOT, DBSTBTJOTION". 

1 ^3K to perish, to be destroyed ; to cause to perish, to destroy, 

or disperse. Kal ^pret, ^i^f. ^fut. PntL ^pret. 
•inf, ffut. tpart. HiPHiL ^pra. Unf. ^fut, ^part, 
"!3ij Ch. APHEL»»fn/. ^fut. HoPHALOprrf. pnnafc}/. 
I*n3 place of destruction, Hades. Q|^'^3it m. place of 
destruction, abyss. ^ H^tf fn. slaughter, destruction. 

2 ^^K m. a heavy calamity, which oppresses and brings into 

straits. 
8 ^pX to gather ; to take out of the way, to destroy. Kal/iU, 
4 D^ to be guilty ; to bear one's g^ilt ; to make or hold guilty. 

HiPHiL imp, 
6 HD^SJ^ /. a treading down, destruction. 

6 nylUn /. couifumption, destruction. 

7 IPS to swallow up ; to cause to disappear ; to consume, to 

destroy. PiEL ^prei. ^inf, **imp, ^fui, Pual 
•part, 

8 *1^3 to saw, to drag, to sweep away as a whirlwind. Kal fut. 

9 'ly^ to destroy as with a pestilence ; see Pestilence, Virl fut, 
10 vol to be broken ; to break in pieces. Pi£L ^ftU, Hithpasl 

^fut, ^ M93 (u^, broken very small. 



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12 cnn 

13 Don 

14 3nn 
16 Din 



16 bn 



17 ^Shn 

18 T)n 

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19 Din : 



20 njnntp 

21 ni^ 

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22 isn^ 

23 T^3 

24 nb 

26 ni3 
26 nn|i 

27 njP 

28 T^D 
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31 npj 

32 ^pj 

33 Dl^^ 



to be silent ; to cause to cease, to destroy ; to oat off. 

Kal ^pret, Niphal ^pret. ^npi /. laying waste, 

that which is laid waste, 
to put in motion, throw into oonmiotion, consternation. 

3Lal ^pret, *» rrpinp /. commotion, disturbance. 

to discomfit. KAL^pret, ^inf, •fut, 

to kill, to slay. Kal fut, 

to pull or tear down, to destroy. Kal ^pret. ^fui, 

Niphal ^fut. Pibl ^pwrt. •n^9nn /. destruction. 

' Dnrr m. destruction ; some copies read D"jn the f«un : 

Isa. xix. 18. In the idiom of Isaiah, ' one of these cides 

shall be destroyed.' 
to act perversely, corruptly ; Hiph. to be destroyed ; Piel, 

to spoil, to destroy. The primary meaning is, to bind, 

to bind fast, with which, as a secondary meaning, 

Fiirat connects to decay, to perish. Niphal •■fut. 

Piel ^pret. ^inf, ^fiu. Pual •pret, bjEJ Ch. Pam. 

^inf, 9 imp, Ithpakl ^fut, * ^jn com, cord; destruo- 

tion. desolation. 

m. a passing away ; destruction, or destitution. 

to be dried up ; to lay waste, to destroy. HiPHiL ^prd, 
^part, n^n Ch. Hophal •pret, * n|nn /. desolation, 
a place laid waste. 

the primary meaning of this word in Kal seems to in- 
volve one or other of these significations, to out off or 
be cut off, to shut up, to be separated or set aside 
irrevocably ; heuce to devote, to destroy utterly, to 
exterminate. With inf,, utterly destroy. Hiphil * pret, 
^inf, •imp. ^fut, Hophal •fut. ^U^n m. the de- 
voting of anything to utter destruction. 

/. a breaking in pieces ; destruction, ruin. 

to be violent, raging, cruel ; to destroy in a rage. Kal 
fut. 

to take possession ; to dispossess, disinherit ; or repossess. 

"EiLBBILfut, 

m. destruction, calamity. 

to be completed, finished ; to make a {uU end, consome ; 

to destroy utterly. ViSL ^ inf, ^ part, 
to cut off. Kal ••fut, Hiphil ^pret, • inf, 
to beat, to beat in pieces, to beat down. PuAL ^pr^ 

Hiphil ^fvt. Hophal ^fut, 
Ch. to oast down, to overthrow. Pael fut, 
to out 0% to circumcise ; to destroy. "ELiBVlLfut, 
to die ; to perish, to be destroyed. Hiphil * inf, ^part. 
to wipe ofi^ to wipe away ; to blot out ; to destroy men 

from the face of the earth. Kal •pret. ^fut, Niphal 

•fut, Hiphil ^ inf. According to Schultens, either a 

tuhstantive or part pi, 
to pluck up, to tear away; to destroy, e.ff, a house. 

KAL/tt«. 

to cut down ; to smite in pieces ; to destroy. PiBL pret, 
to destroy. JLAhfut, See also DQi^, which is the proper 
root. 



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84 f rD to teMr« to broftk down, to deiiroy, %,g. hoDMs^ bunldinga^ 

walls, a oity, an altar. Kal */uI. 
SS B^rO to tear up, to pluck up, a plant ; to tear down, to destroy 

cities. Kal prel. 
86 riDD to scrape ; to take away, to consame ; to take away life, 

or persons from life; to destroy. KiL •»»/. ^ful, 

NiPHAL « Tpart. 
Zt "V^p Ch. to hide ; to destroy, pr. to hide away, to remove out 

of sight. P*AL|)r««. 

88 y*^ m. calamity, misfortune. 

89 pid m, violent, rapacious, oppressor, tyrant ; used pr. of one 

that breaks through houses^ perhi^ of those who 
break through laws. 

40 rnV to cut down ; to lay waste, to desolate a region or a city. 

NiFHAL prH, 

41 nOV to cut off, to take away ; to cut off totally, either in reality 

or in imagination. Hiphil» pre*, ^fut. *'part. 

48 "^^p to dig, to dig under; see Break; to destroy persons. 
PiLPBL pret. It cannot be doubted that the deduced 
meaning, to destroy, from '>^p to dig, is somewhat 
forced. Schultens (see Rosenmuller in loe.) derives 
'^P-']'^ from "^^f? a wall, and renders it in Num. xxiv. 17, 
atruettfundahU, **he will build up all the children of 
Seth,'* i.e, his church, while he destroys the Moabitee, 
or enemies of his people. Gussetius admits the mean- 
ing as better suited to the passage, but suggests that 
in Num. xxiv. 17 it may be derived from "^Dg to be 
cool, to be refreshed : so that the prediction may have 
reference to the times of refreshing or of restitution. 
Acts iii. 19, 31, to be vouchsafed by the Messiah to all 
his people at his second coming. 

48 3tdp ^' * eutting off, destruction; speoiaily oontagion, pesti-' 
lence. * ^^^ m, id. specially contagion, pestilence. 

44 rrrfip m. destruction, with terror or horror. 

45 }np m. a cutting ; see Font: Jer. xlvi. 30. 

46 }P^ to be evil, to become evil, to be made worse. NiPHAL 

fut. 

47 n^K^ /* desolation, ruins. 

48 *^3t^ y^ break ; to break down, to destroy. Kal * imp. ^fiU, 

NiPHAL « pret. ^fut. • n^^ com, % breaking, breach, 
fracture. 'I^*^!^ m. id, 

49 HKitS^ /. desolation ; destruction, ruin, especially sudden and 

unexpected. •M^«5m. id. ^ nSH^X^lO f, pi. id. 

80 Tl^ .to practise violence, to treat with violence, and hence to 

oppress, to destroy any one, a people, especially through 
hostile invasion ; to lay waste, to desolate a land, 
cities. Kal ^pret, ^fut. «part, PoeL "^part. PatQ. 
*Ti^ m, violence, oppression of the weak ; desolation. 

81 nntS^ to destroy, to ruin, to lay waste; applied also to the 

afflictive and wasting effects of divine judgments, 
which do not actually extinguish life. Pisl ^pret. 
^inf. ^imp, HiPHiL ^pret. ^imf. 'imp, *fiU. ^part. 
* npi^ /. pit. k n»ni^ /. id, > n>ntf /. destruction, a 
destroyer. "» nniaJp /. id, 
68 /be^ to b^ bereaved of children ; to bereave, to make child- 



less. Pixl fuJt. Dent, xxzii. 35, abroad ^ battle) tha 
sword shall make childless, i. e. destroy your sons. 

63 ^D(^ to destroy, to lay waste, to cut off, to blot out, exter- 

minate ; 6r. iltufmy : see Yitringa on Isa. xiv. 33. 
With iiif., utterly be destroyed. Niphal •■prti, *» inf, 
ofia, Hiphil <*prrf. •m^. 'imp, ffuL 

64 Dtpt^ to be astonished^ desolate ; to lay waste, to make deso- 

late. Kal ^fut. Hiphil ^pret, ^fiU, Hithpolsl 
^fut. 



66 nof to 


plunder, 


to spoil. Kal part. Pool. 




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80b 


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19 a 


2 Chron. xxii. 10. 


9 


Vila. 


61 h 


ix.24. 


68e 


xxiv. 23. 


Big 


vil7. 


61b 


X. 1, 37, 89. 


19 d 


XXV. 16. 


61 e 


vil.4. 


80a 


X. 28, 35. 40. 


19 a 


xxvi. 16. 


61 e 


Vii.28,a28. 


80c 


XL 11. 


19 b 


xxxil. 


24a 


ix. 11, 15. 


61b 


xL 12, 21. 


19 a 


xxxii 14. 


19a 


xiii. 10. 


61b 


XL14. 


63e 


xxxiii. 9. 


63d 


xviiL2S,24. 


86b 


xL20,20. 


I9b.63e 


xxxiv. 11. 


61 d 


xviii.28,28.81.8a. 51 g 


xxiiSS. 


61b 


XXXV. 21. 


61 g 


Xiz. IS, 13. 


61hb 


xxiii.16. 


68e 


'T^^ 19. 


61 e 


xix. 14. 


61h 


xxiv. 8. 


6Sg 
19d 


E 16. 


18 


xiz. 29. 


61b 


Judg.Ll7. 




87 


xxiiv.80. 


83a 


iv.24. 


26b 


12.27. 


16 f 


Eiod.vui.9. 


25c 


vi4. 


61 g 
61b 


E 6,13. 


63e 


x-7. 


la 


vi6. 




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xii. 13. 


61 1 


XVL84 


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xii.28. 


61 h 


XX. 21, 86. 86. 


61 g 
61 h 




63e 


xv.9.^ 


22 


XX. 42. 




10 


Tiii. 20. 


19 e 


xxi.ll. 


19d 




63e 


xxiii27. 


IS a 


XXL16. 


68a 




1 e 


xxxiv. 18. 


84 


xxi. 17. 


80c 




1 r 


Lev.xxiii.80. 


Ih 


1 Sam. V. 6. 


64c 




63e 


xxvi2a. 


25b 


V. 9, 11. 


12 b 




Ir 


xivi.80. 


68d 


XV. 3, 8, 16, 18, 20. 19 a 


L2,2i24. 


1 e 


xxvi.44. 


24a 


XV. 6. 


8 


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7b 


Num. xxL2. 


19 a 


XV. 9, 9. 


19 b a 




260 


xxLS. 


19 d 


XV. 21. 


19 f 


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606 


xxiv. 17. 


42 


xxiiLlO. 


61b 


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10 a 


xxiv. 19. 


Ih 


xxiv.2L 


68g 


viu. 18. 


7d 


xxxiL 15. 


61 a 


zxvL9. 


Big 


ix.22. 


24b 


xxxiii.62,68. 


Id f 


xxvi. 16. 


61 e 


X.8. 


7d 


DeuULW, 


63e 


2 Sam. L 14. 


61b 


xii 28. 


1 f 


L44. 


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xii. 


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xiv. 19. 


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xiv. 7. 


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XV. 21. 


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xiv. 11, 11. 


Blb.68g 


xviii 12. 


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63d 


xiv.l6L 


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84 


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88 


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XX. 20. 


61 g 


xxi 17, 80. 


2 


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xxi. 6. 


68a 


xxi20. 


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iv.86. 


63bo 


xxii.38. 


68g 
41b 


xxvia 


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iv.Sl. 


6lK 

63d 


xxii41. 


xxviii22. 


'i 


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xxiv. 16, 16. 


61bh 


XXX. 12. 


viia. 


194>d 


1 Kings ix. 21. 


19 b 


XXX. 24. 


88 


vii4. 


63d 


xiii 34. 


8Se 


xxxi8.28L 


2 


viL6. 


84 


XV. 13. 


28a 


xxxi.12. 


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63d 


xtxi. 29. 


viLflO. 


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xvil2. 


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19 f 


xxxiv. 25. 


10 b 


28. 12ab.68b 


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68d 


v.lO. 


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18d.35 


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xii. 


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63g 


xiii. 7. 


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39 


ix.2e. 


61 g 


xiii 28. 


61 e 


xviii. 40. 


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61 e 


xviii 26, 86. 


61e f 


xxi. 10. 


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xi.4. 


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xix. 11. 


19 b 


xxviiie. 


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xii. 8. 


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xix. 12. 


6la 


XXXV. 8,8. 


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xix. 17. 


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49a 


xii. SO. 


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xiiLl5. 


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xxi 9. 


68d 


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61 g 


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19d 


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63b 


V.25. 


63d 


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XXViiL48. 


63e 


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lxix.4. 


410 




68b,l i 


xxi. 12, 12. 


860, 61 h 


IxxUilS. 


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xxviiLOS. 


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xxi. 16, 15, 16. 


61eeh 


haiii87. 


41a 


xxxuS. 


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61 g 


Ixxiv. 8. 


21 


xxxi.4. 


xii 12. 


61e 


lxxvfU.88,46. 


"xS 


ixxii. 24. 


43 


xiv. 13. 


480 


bExviii47. 


xxxii.25. 


62 


XV. 6. 


26a 


Ixxiviii 11, 


iq 


xxxiiL27. 


68 f 


XX. 10. 


63d 


X0.8. 


100 


Josh, ii 10. 


19 a 


XX. 23, 28. 


53e>61 1 


xci.6. 


43 


vL21. 


19d 


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61 e 


xcii7. 


63b 


viL7. 


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xxii4u 


61 1 


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viiia. 


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6S«b61e 


I«LXXXviLl2. 


oviS4. 


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xxxviiW. 


cvii. 20. 


61k 


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ozyiiLl0.11,li. 28 


xlviiLl9. 


OZUL05. 


1 6 


xlix. 17. 


oxxxviLS. 


60d 


xlix. 19. 


cxliii. 12. 


Ih 


1L18. 


cxliv.e. 


180 


Iil9. 


cxlT. 20. 


»| 


Uv.18. 


ProT.i27. 


lix.7. 


LS2. 


1 f 


lx-18. 


vi82. 


61h 


lxv.8,8. 


z. 14, 16, 29. 


20 


lxv.26. 


xLJL 


BOa'borb 


Jer. L 10. 


xi.9. 


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iL80. 


ziiLa. 


iv.8, 2(^20. 


xin.18. 


18 a 


iv.7. . 


xiii20.« 


48 


v.lO. 


xiii.23. 


880 


vil. 


ziv.28. 


20 


vie. 


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iq 


xi.l9. 


XV. 25. 


81 


xii.lO. 


xvi. 18. 


46e 


xiL17. 


xvii. 19. 


46e 


xiiLl4u 


xvm.7. 


20 


XV. 8. 


xviiL12. 


46e 


XV. 8. 


xxi.7.f 


8 


XV. 7. 


XXL16. 


20 


xvii 18, 18. 


zxiv.2. 


. 60e 


xviii7. 


xxvU.20. 1 


p'3 or 1 q 


xxii7. 


xxviu.24.9 


61 h 


XTii20. 


xxix.1. 


46d 


xxiii. 1. 


xxxLS. 


80d 


XXV. 9. 


xxxi.8. 


17 


xxxi.28. 


Socle8.v.8. 


18 b 


xxxvi29. 


vU.7. 


1 f 


xlviS. 


viLiai 


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xlvi20. 


ix.18. 


If 


xlviii8.6. 


lM.i.28. 


48e 


xlviii4. 


iiLl2. 


7a 


xlviii8.42. 


ix.18. 


76 


xlviiilS. 


X.7. 


6Se 


xlix. 9. 


X.25. 


8 


xlix. 88. 


X.27. 


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i22. 


xiiLB. 


18 


i28. 


xiii.8. 


606 


lil. 


xiii.9. 


68g 


lis. 


xiv.l7. 


16 S 


li.8. 


xiv.20. 


61a 


lill. 


xiv.28. 


686 


U.20. 


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48e 


Ii26,26. 


xix.8. 


7d 


Ii64. 


xix.18. 


16 f 


U.66. 


TTlii. 11. 


686 


Lam. U. 6, 8. 


xxiv.12. 


47 


ii8,8. 


XXV. 7. 


7a 


ii9. 


xxvil4 


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xxviii.2.« 


iii47.48. 


xxxii7. 


18 


iii68. 


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616 f 


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vii26. 

ix.1. 

ix.8. 

xiv.9. • 

XX. 17. 

xxi. 31. 

xxii27. 

xxii. 30. 

XXV. 7. 

XXV. 16. 

XXV. 18. 

xxvi4i 

xxvi. 12. 

xxvil7. 

xxvii32.i 

xxviiil8. 

XXX. 8. 

XXX. 11. 

XXX. 13. 

xxxii. 9. 

xxxii 12. 

xxxii 18. 

xxxiv. 18. 

xliii. 8. 
I)aiLii.l2. 

ii2i24. 

ii44. 

iv.ZS. 

vi28. 

viill. 

vii.14. 

vii28. 

viii2<24. 

viii26. 

ix.28. 

xi.20. 

xi28. 

xi.44. 
Hoe.iil2. 

iv.6. 

iv.8. 

viil8. 

ix.8. 

X.8. 

xL9. 

xiii9. 

xiii.l4 
Joel i 16. 
Amos ii 9, 9. 

ix.8,8.K 
Obad.8. 

12. 
MicahiilOilO. 

v.lO. 

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Zeph.ii6. 

iLl3. 

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a Mf. be, or, it dettroyed every* Ac* P iU.or, rqixMseBS, i,e. bring tiiem 

back to slavery. y lU.. and to destroy. 8 or, transgressor. 

« marg. *br6k6n.' i marg. 'will saw thrai,' or ' dwell with them,'fttnn 

n^j. 1} Ml. a man destroying. B m,% stcnm of destruction, 

ft or, like the desolated. « Ut, destrc^ying I will destn^. 

DBTAIN. 
1^ to shut up, to close ; to bold Ivtck, to hinder, to detain. 
Kal fia, Judg. xiiL 15, 16. Nifhal pmi, i Sam. xxi 7. 

BBTEBMINB, DBTEBMINATION. 

1 lOXtosay, &c. KAL/trt. 

2 X^f\ to be sharp and pointed ; applied to the exact discrimina- 

nation between justice and injustice, to that %hich is 
decreed, fully and irrevocably determined, which admits 
of no intercession ; that which is stinted, limited, and 
brought to a settled point. Kal ^part, Patil. Nifhal 

8 1|nn to cut; to decide, to determine. NiPHAL|>re<, 



4 yp* to deliberate, to devise. Kal ^pret, ^paH. PoeL 

6 n^3 to be quite done, to be finished, to be brought to an end, 

or conclusion; applied to a full purpose, a resolution 
perfectly formed in the mind. Kal '■pret. ^ n^^ /. com- 
pletion, perfection. 
8 D^b to put or set with design, care, exactness. Kal part, 
Pata. 

7 OdC^ m. judgment. 

1 Sam. XX. 7, 9. 6 a 2 Ohron. xxv. 18L 4 a 

XX. 33. 6 b Esth. vii 7. 6 a 

Job xiv. 6. 2 a 

lBa.x.2S. 2b 

xix.17. 4b 

• M. are divided; i.e, so as to be accurately detennined. 



xxv. 17. 
2 8am.xiii82. 
2 0hrQn.iil. 



6a 

6b 

6a 

6 

1 



I8a.xxviii22. 


2b 


Dan.ix.24.a 


8 


ix.28. 27. 


2b 


xise. 


2b 


Z<^h.iii8. 


7 



DZSTEST. 
Y^^ to be filthy; to loathe, abominate, abhor, tpec. things 
unclean and idolatrous. 3Piel Uif, Deut. viL 26, Ut. 
detesting thou shaJt detest ; fut. Deut. vii. a6. ^^p^ m, 
abomination : Jer. xvi. 18 : Esek. t. 11 ; vii. ao ; xL 18, 
a I ; xxx^. 13. 

DBVI8B, DBVICB. 

1 fen3 to form; to feign, to invent, foUowed by SlSti of his own 

heart. KAL|>re<. 

2 np^ to be like; Piel, to compare, to estimate by comparison; 

to think, to devise. PiKL pret,, or, from n^^ to be 
silent, &o. See CM, 

8 (i^Hn m. see Meditate, 

4 DDT to meditate, to have in mind, to purpose ; with its deriva- 
tives mostly used in a bad sense. Kal ^prd, ^ D^J m. 
'* wicked device." « nrji f,icL ^ no 10 /. '< mischievous, 
wicked devices." 

6 C^n to plough, to engrave, to work ; to devise. Kal ^fiU. 

^part. PoeL 
8 3B^n to consider ; to design ; to contrive with studied thinking. 
KAL^prrf. *ff%f. ^fia, ^part. Poel. FaL*fui. 'port, 
c ]^3^n m. invention ; art, device. ^^ n^i|$no f. counsel, 
purpose, plan. ' n^^qo /. that which any one medi- 
tates, &c., a counsel, project. 

7 yPJ to deliberate, to determine. KiL^pret. ^ ri\:ij\D f, pi. 

counsels. 



Exod.xxxi4. 


6b 


Pb.xxxv.4. 


6d 


XXXV. 82. 


8b 


XXXV. 20. 


80 


XXXV. 86. 


8d 


xxxvi4. 


60 


2 Sam. xiv. 14 


6a 


xxxvii7. 


4d 


xxi 6. 


2 


xli7. 


60 


1 Kings xii 88. 


1 


Iii2. 


80 


2 Chron. ii 14. 


61 


cxi8. 


4b 


£8th.viii8,8. 


61a 


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7b 


viii6uK 


8 i 


iii29. 


6a 


ix.24. 


8a 


vi.14,18. 


6b 


ix.26.26. 


6ia 


xii. 2. 


4d 


Job V. 12. 


8 i 


xiv. 17. 


4d 


xxi 27. 


4d 


xiv.28; 22. 


6b 


P8.X.2. 


4d 


xvi. 9. 


6e 


xxi.lL 


4d 


xvi 80. 


6b 


xxxi 18. 


4a 


xix.21. 


6 i 


xxxiiilO. 


8 1 






a W. the device 


t 


pHi,9m 



Prov. xxiv. 8. 
Booles. ix. 10. 
Isa. xxxii 7, 7. 

i^y^ii 8. 
Jer. xi 19. 19. 

xviiill,^ll. 

xviii.12. 

xviiil8,l8. 

xlviii2. 

lilL 

lil2. 
Lam. ii 17. 

iii82. 
Ezek.xi2. 
Ban. xi. 24 26. 
MicahiilfS. 



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*lg^ m. idol, pr. lord ; Lxx. Vulg. ZaiiUpta, dcmoma: Deut, 
xxxii 17 : Ps. cvL 37. 
1^}^ m. see 8a/tyri Ley. xvii 7 : ^ Chron. zi. 15, 



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DEVOTE. 

Cnn tliifl word implies a total separation to certain respects, 

from which it cannot be redeemed. See Destroy. 

HiPHiL •fut, HoPHAL •^/it<. •D'^n m. a devoted 

thing; accursed. 

LeT.xzTii.SL c I Lev. zzriL 29, 29. o b I Num. zriiL 14 c 

iXTiL 28, 281 28. cacj 1 

deVotjb. 

1 7M to eat, to eat np, to consmne. Kal ^pret. ^inf, ^fuU 

*>l)ar<. Poel. NiphalV«<. Pual '|)rrt. «/ii«. ^3|tCh. 
P*AL»>»mj). ^fut, ^part. JhVd^/. meat. 

2 yP7i to swallow; to destroy, to abolish, to consume. Eal 

^fut. PiEL *>M%f. «/«<. «* Pjj f». a devouring. 

8 P?^ to swallow ; Gesenius, to speak rashly, to utter at random. 
Kal pret. Prov. zx. 15. Qesenius, it b the snare (de- 
struction) of a man that he rashly utters a vow, and 
after the vow makes inquiry. 

4 on? to eat bread ; consume. Kal part, PatlL 

6 n^ to feed, feed on. EIal fut. 

6 ^KS^ to pant ; to pant after, to catch at with open mouth. 
Kal/W. 



Gen.zxxL 15.a 

xzxrii. 20, 3S. 

xU. 7. 24 

xlix.27. 
Bxod. xxiv. 17. 
LeT.x.2. 
Nam. xxri 10. 
Deut xxxL 17./J 

xxxii. 24 

xzxiL4£. 
Judg. ix. 16, 20, 20. 
2 Sam. ii 26. 

xi.28. 

XTiii.8,8. 

xxiL9. 
2 Chroo. vii IS. 
Job xriii. 1S» 18. 
Pa.xviiL8. 

xxL9. 

L8. 

tiL4 

lxxviiL45. 

lxxix.7. 

lxxx.18. 

CV.85. 
ProT. xix. 2S.y 

ZX.25. 

XXX. 14 
IM.L7. 

120. 

V.24 

ix.12,18. 

X.17. 

xxiv. 6w 

xxvill. 

xxiz..6w 



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Isa. xxz. 27, 80. 

xxxi.8. 

xxxiii^ll. 

xxxiiLl4 

xliil4 

lvi.9. 
Jer. ii. 8. 

ii.80. 

iiL24 

V.14 

viiLld. 

X.25. 

xii. 9. 

xii.l2. 

XV. 8. 

xviL27. 

xxi.l4 

XXX. 16» 16L 

xlri. 10, 14 

xlyiii46. 

L 7, 17, 82. 

ti.84 
Lam. ii. 8. 

iv.U. 
Ezek. vii IS. 

XV. 4 6. 

XV. 7. 

xvi20. 

xix. 3, 6, 14 

XX. 47. 

xxii. 26. 

xxiii.25. 

xxiii. 87. 

xxviiilS. 

xxxiiL27. 



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Ezek. xxxiv. ; 

xxxvi. 18. 

xxxvi. 14 

XXX ix. 4. 
Dan. vii. 6. 

vii. 7, 19. 

vii. 23. 
H08. v. 7. 

vii. 7, 9. 

viii. 14 

xi.6. 

xiii. 8. 
Joel i. 19, 20. 

ii.8. 

ii.6. 
Amos i. 4 7» 
14 

ii. 2, 6. 

iv.9. 

V.6. 

vii. 4 
Obod. 18. 
Nah. L 10. 

U.IS. 

iiLl8. 

iii.l6. 
Hab. L 18. 

iii.l4 
Zeph. L 18. 

iii.8. 
Zech. ix. 4 

ix. 16. 

xi.l. 

xti.6. 
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«ftl. hath eaten eren by eating. /I {^ be fbr devouring. y w^ Cover, 

DEW. 

7D m. dew, from its gently moistenrag the earth ; or from its 
covering and refreshing vegetation ; when the sun 
waxeth hot, it is exhaled and vanisheth away: Hos. 
vi. 4. Isa. XX vi. 19, "thy dew," i.e, that which is thy 
dew; namely, the divine influence, which shall raise 
thee out of the grave, is as the dew of herbs, which 
makes them grow and flouxish: so shall thou spring 
out of the earth at the resurrection to life and glory 
(Isa^ Ixvi 14), but the earth shall cast forth the im- 
pious tyrannical dead abortiyes, doomed to eternal 



death. Vegetation, beautified with its countless drops 
of dew, furnishes a striking figure of the abundance of 
the first converts to the fiuth of Christ : Ps. ex. 3.-^— 
Gen. xxvii. a8, &c. b^ Ch. m. id. Dan. tv. 15, 13, a 5, 
33; ▼. ai. 

DIADEM. 
^^|)V fn. tiara, turban, as wound round the head : Job xxix. 14 : 
Isa. Ixii. 3. n^3? m. Isa. Ixii. 3, n*nD. njasp /. tiara^ 
turban of a king : Ezek. xxL 26, 
HTDV /. a crown, diadem : Isa. xxviiL 5. 

DIAL. 
npjPD /. a going up ; step, stair ; degree : 3 Kings zz. 11 : Isa. 
zxxviiL 8. 

DIAMOND. 

aPT\1 m, a very hard precious stone : Exod. xzviiL 18 ; zzzix. 

1 1 : Ezek. zxviii. 13. 
'Vtp^ m. a sharp point ; a diamond, so called from its perforatmg 

and cutting otiier substances ; the point of the stylus 

was a diamond : Jer. xvii i. 

DIE, DEAD. 

1 PIB to breathe out one's li^, to expire, to die, to perish ; Or, 

iK\fiwti¥, comp. fiiil, Luke xvi. 9 ; of men and of brutes ; 
it is used also of a violent death, Num. xvii la ; xx. 3. 
The Lxx. have rendered this word twice by rtXtvrw, 
twice by itiro$rfi<r KttP, six times by ianKtlTtw, to depart ; 
it would seem, therefore, to apply more generally to a 
gentle death. With inf., surely die. Kal ^pret, ^inf, 
^fia. ^paH, Toel, 

2 TWD to die, to be slain ; to make to die. Kal ^pret, ^ iitf. 

•imp. ^fut. •part, Hiphil '•»/. Hophal tfut. 
^ n]9 m. death. » n^^oFi /. id. 

8 n713 /. see Careate. 

4 7fiJ to&ll. KALpret. 

6 fi^&^ com. the animal life : it u used in a singular manner to 
signify a dead animal body; but as in some plaoes, 
where this word is translated body, the a^. is joined, it 
may in other instances be understood. 

6 *1jB m. carcase ; dead body. 

7 D^KDl m. pi. giants ; the illustrious dead of past times in Hades, 

supposed to be within the earth. 

8 T]\S^ to lay waste, to destroy. Kal part. PatlL 

Gen.iLl7. 
iiL8. 
iii.4 
V. 6, 8, 11. 14 17, 

20.27.81. 
vi.l7. 
vii. 21. 
vii. 22. 
ix.29. 
xi.28,«88. 
xix. 19. 
XX. 8. 
XX. 7. 
xxiii 2. 
xxiii 8, 4 4 6> 8, 

11, 18, 16. 
XXV. 8, 17. 
XXV. 1& 



2bd 


Gen. XXV. 82. 


2d 


xxvi.9. 


2bd 


xxvU.4 




XXX. 1. 


2d 


xxxiii 18. 


1 


XXXV. 8, 19, 29. 


10 


XXXV. 18. 


2a 


xxxvi. 88, 84 86. 80^ 


2d 


87,88,89. 


2d 


xxxTiii. 11, 12. 


2a 


xlii2,20. 


2e 


xlii.88. 


2bd 


xliii. 8. 


2d 


xliv.9,20,2^81. 




x]v.28. 


2e 


xlvl.12,80. 


2d 


xlvii.16,19.19. 


4 


Xlvii29. 



2b 


Gen.xlviii7. 


2a 


2d 


xlviii.21. 


2e 


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L6,24 


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2a 


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2d 


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2d 




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2d 


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iv. 19. 


2a 


2d 


vii. 18. 


2d 


2d 


vii 21. 


2a 


2a 


viii 18. 


2d 


2d 


ix.4 


2d 


2a 


ix.6,4 


2da 


2d 


ix.7,19. 


2a 


2d 


X.28. 


2d 


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Xi6. 


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iv. 15, ao. a a 

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cxv. 17. 

oxviiil7. 

cxliiiS. 
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V.23. 

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zi7. 

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xxi 16. 

xxiii. 18. 

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iii. 19, 19. 

iv. 2,2. 

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ziv. 9. 

ziv. 88. 

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xvi 4 ad 

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zzviii 16. a e 

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zliv. 18. ad 

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iii 19, 80^10. 8d 

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a lit. died upon the Ihoe ot fi "die very 

struotion of death. 3 ** dead body." 



EBek.viia,ia. ad 

vii.l6. 8d 

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ziii 19. 2d 

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84 88^ 81. ad 

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zzziii 9» U, 18» 16, 

87. 8d 

zxxiii. 14 abd 

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xliv. 81. 8 

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vi.9. 8 a 

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iv. 8, & a b h 

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DIET. 
nrnK /. see ViehmU. Jer. Iii. 34, 34* 

DIFFEBBHOB. 
^3 to separate, to divide ; to iii*ke distinotion betwoexL Hi- 

^BJLprtt. Lev. XX. 25: Eiek. zxii. 16; ti^. Lev. x.10; 

xi. 47. 
rh^ to separate, to distinguish, to put a dififerenee in a mftr- 

velloas and g^ous manner. "BJSSOhfvi. Exod. sit 7 » 

Or. wapaj^iurm, 

DIG. 

1 IDn to dig ; to dig a deep well ; to search for water, or treasure, 

by digging ; to search and see what one can find or dis- 
cover in an unknown place. KiL ^preL ^fiU, *pmrt, 
Poel 

2 avn to hew, out, or engrave. Kal ^pret. ^fut. ^part. PaUL 

5 nnn to dig through ; to break into a house, by digging through 

its mud wall. Kal •jpnrf. * imp, ^fttt, 
4 ma to dig a pit, a well, a grave ; to dig (a pit understood), 
'J henoe, metaph. to lay snares or to plot against any one J 
Job vi. 17, so Job xli. 6 maybe understood ; see Ba/nquet, 
see also Open, The word has another meaning, to buy. 
Kal ^pret, ^fut. •part. Poel. Nifhal *yW#. 

6 1p3 to pierce, to dig out. PUAL |)rrf. 

6 y]V : this word, according to Taylor, imports to draw together 

the adjacent earth into an (ucderly heap about the foots' 
of vines, with a hoe or spade. See Virgil's Geoig. ii. 
354 : SemvnibuM poMe, auperest deducere terram MBpttfff 
ad capUa et diroajacUure bidenUs. NiPH. fvi, 

7 ipjt to phiok up, to root up ; to hough horses, by cutting the 

pcinmpal tendon ol their legs, which, with respect to 



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their usafvlnesSy k the same thing as extirpatiDg a plant. 
PntL pret, Gren. xliz. 6, they digged down a wall, marg, 
* or, houghed oxen ;* see Wall. But neither appears from 
the history ; on the contrary, they preserved and seized 
upon the oxen, Gen. xxxiy. 38. If the Grammar will 
but bear ii» the beit sense, I apprehend, is, "in then- 
self-will thej extirpated a prince;" see Primce: they 
slew the subjects and extirpated the prince's family. — 
Taylor, Some, they destroyed a city. 
*l^p to dig for water. Kal prd. 



Gen. xxLSO. 




2 Kings xix. 24. 


8 


xxvil6,82. 




2 Cbron. zxvi. l(k 


2b 


xxvLl8,«18. 


lbs 


Neh. ix. 25. 


2 c 


XXTL 19, n, 28. 




Job iii 8L 


lb 


XIVL25. 




Ti.27. 


4b 


xliz.6. 




xi.l8. 


1 a 


1.5. 




xiiv. 16. 


8 a 


Exod.TiL£4. 




PS.Tli.15. 


lb 


xxi.SS. 




xxiv. 7. 


1 a 


Kam.ixi.iai8. la. 4 a 


iTiLft. 


4a 


Deut. vi. 11, U. 


Boa 


xdv. 18. 


4d 


viii.9. 


Sb 


OUX.85. 


4a 


xxiiLlS. 


la 


Ppov. xvi. 27. 


4 



ProT. xxvi. 27. 
Eccles. X. 8. 
I8a.v.6. 

viL25. 

xzxviL26. 

li.l. 
Jer. xiiL 7. 

xviii. 20, 22. 
Ezek. viii 8, 8. 

xiL5. 

xii. 7. 

xii. 12. 
Amosix.2. 



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Sb 

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DIGNITY. 

rh\1^ f. greatness ; majesty : Esth. vi. 3. 

Dl^p m, height ; high condition : Eodes. x. 6. 

nXb^ /. a lifting up ; elevation, dignity, m^'esty : Gen. xlix. ^ 
"excellency of dignity,*' in allusion to the honour of 
priesthood involved in the birthright. Hab. i. y, marg. 
' captivity.' 

DII.IGBNT. 
1 tnn'lK adv, Cb. qnickly, or carefully, exactly : Ezra vii. 33. 
YX^T\ sharp, or acute in business, fto. 
;3D^ to btt good ; to do good. HlFHiL ti^. 
jnj to know. Kal fvi, Prov. xxvii. 33, lit, in knowing 
thoQ shalt know. 
*TKp m. veiy much. 
*l^nD <kdS, with haste : Prov. xxii. 19. 
*lD^fp ». keeping ; what is guarded, kept : Prov. 2v. 23, mmrg, 
' above aU keeping,* i. e, above all that is kept, above 
all things else. 
Sfi^P /. attention, heed : Isa. xxi. 7, " dilig^tly with much 
heed,*' lit, hearkened with attention, with much atten- 
tion. 



Dent iv. 9. 

xiiLl4u 

xvii. 4. 

xix.lSi 

XXIV. 8. 
JostLxxiLS. 



6 I Ezra vii. 28. 



I^czix.4u 
Prov. iv. 28. 
X.4. 

xii. 2< 27. 
xiii4. 



Prov. xxi. 8. 

xxiL29. 

xxvii. 23. 
Iia.xxL7. 
Jer. ii. 10. 



6ee also the veib to wl^ch iNf^ml%r ia jcoud, as IfcMHUfi, Ac. 

DIM. 

?|^ to be dark. Kal fret, 

"133 to be heavy. Kal pr€t. 

nn3 to be blunted, dnilad, lepreased, abated. Ka& ^prd, 

^fiU, <>n^9 €u^,f, fidliag, weak, of eyes become dim. 
t)^^ M. darkness or dimniws of tight, which eiUier is ocoasioned 

by a vertigo or dizziness of the head, or whkh produces 

dizziness. •l^^O uk d^rkncus. 



6 D^^ to hide, to conceal; to be obscured, to beoome dim. 
Hophal/uI. 

6 D^p to rise up ; to stand, applied to the eye when it becomes 

set and fixed from old age. Kal pret, 

7 np^ to look ; also to smear, to close, to make blind. Kal/u^. 
8b 



Gen. xxvii. 1. 

xlviii. 10. 
Deut. xxxiv. 7. 
iSam.iiLS. 



Sa 

80 



1 Sam. iv. 15. 


6 


l8a.xxxii.8. 


Jobxvii.7. 


8b 


Lam. iv. 1. 


Isa. viii. 22. 


4 


V.17. 


ix.1. 


4a 





DIMINISH. 

]n3 to lessen, to diminish ; to take from, or abate in small 
portions; as by clipping, &c.; opp. rjp^, Deut. iv. 1; 
xii. 32. Kal fuL Exod. v. 8 ; xxi. 10. (Gr. obK dro- 
artp4i<ru, comp, i Cor. vii. 5.) Deut iv. 2 ; xii 3a : Jer. 
zxvi 1 : Ezek. v. 11 ; xvi. 27. Niphal part. Exod. 
▼. II. 
OptD to be few or little. KALfut. Prov. xiii 11 : Isa. xxi. 17 : 
Jer. xxix. 6. HiPHiL pret. Ezek. xxix. 15 ; ftU. Lev. 
zzv. 16. 

DINE. 
^PX toeAt. Kal/W. Gen. zliii i6. 

DINNBB. 

nmM /. allowanco, victuals, a portion of food : Prov. zv. 17* 

DIP. 

1 ?3tD to plunge, or dip in any liquid, to dye. This word is used 

of Naaman the Syrian, who had been commanded to 
wash (ynn) ; yet they are not 83monymous. Kal *preL 
^fut, ojwrt. Poei NipejlL ^ pret. 

2 Y^ ^ smite ; to imbrue the hand, sword, or foot in blood. 

KALfut, 





lb 


Num. xix. 18. 


la 


Exod. xii. 22. 


la 


Deut. xxxiiL 24. 


10 


Lev. iv. «, 17. 


la 


Joah. iiL 15. 


Id 


ix.». 


lb 


Ruth ii 14. 


la 


ziv.6,16,61. 


la 







1 Sam. xiv. 27. 

2 Kingi V. 14.* 
viii. 15. 

Ps.lxviiL23. 



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lb 
lb 



DIBBCT. 

1 pa to understand, to consider. Kal and HiPHiL fiU. Ptov. 

xxi ap, np. 

2 rn^ to teach, instruct. HiFHiL ir^. 

3 ^^ to be right ; to direct in the right way. PiBL • pret. ^Jut. 

4 \0 (see Establish)^ to set things right, &c. ; implied to actions 

rightly directed. Niphal •/«*• Hiphil »» in/. «/ul. 
1^ (see Prosper), to give success. Hiphil it^. 
\n^ to give. Kal preL 

?PP to set in order, words, or prayer, as the shew-bread was 
set in order and presented to the Lord. Kal *pret. 
^fut. 
rntS^ to loose, to let go free. Kal fut. 
JDH to make even ; to poise, to weigh ; to prove, to try. PiXL 
pret. 



G«n.xlvl28.a 2 

Job xxxiL 14. 7 a 

xxxviL 8. 8 a^ or 8 

P8.V.8. 7b 

oxix.6. 4 a 



Prov. iii 6. 

xi.5. 
xvL9. 
xxi 29. 
Eodes. X. 10. 



Sb 

8b 

4c 

l,ar4c 

6 



ka.xLl8w 

xlv.18. 

1x1.8. 

Jer. X. 28. 



9 
8b 

6 
4b 



« tfr, to prepare before him. 



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BIBBOTZiT. 
P^n (u(/. ooDTenient, commodioiis : Esek. zlu. 19. 
rDb m. used as a prepofUum and adverb; over against^ in a 
straight line : Num. xix. 4. 

BIBT. 

D^P m. mire, soft olaj : Ps. xviii. 4a : Isa. ItiL ao. 
njhcha m. according to the Targ., Vulg., Luth., Engl., dung, dirt. 
But the n paragogio implies rather the place at which 
anything comes out, and so it is rendered in the marg. 
Jndg. iiL la, 'or, it came out at the fundament.' 

DISALLOW. 

Kb to disallow, reject, refuse, haying respect to the person 
making a vow or promise. HiFHiL pret. Num. xxz. 5, 
5, 1 1, fut. Num. xxz. 8. 

DIBANNTTL. 
1fi3 to cover, to obliterate. Pual pret. Isa. xzvui. 18. 
*nB to break ; to violate ; to make vain ; to annul, to abolish 
a vow. Hiphil/u<. Job xL 8 : Isa. xiv. 17. 

DIBAFPOINT. 
1*16 to break ; see above. Hifhil inf, Prov. xv. 22, part. 

Job V. II. 
Ulp to go before, prevent. Piel imp, Ps. xvii. 13. 

DISOEBN. 
1 p3 to discern, to mark, to understand. Kal and HiPHiL 

•/««. HiPHiL »> in/. 
9 jn^ to know. KAL^prH, ^fut, HiPHiL*/**'- 
8 "1^^ to recognise. HiPHiL ^prei, ^ imp, ^fiU, ' part, 
4 nx*1 to see. KALprH, 
8 PP^ to hear. Kal inf. 



Gen.zxviL28. 

XXXLS2. 

xxxviii. 25. 
S Sam. xiv. 17. 

xix. 85. 
lKiDg8iiL9. 



8a 
8b 
8b 
5 
Sb 
lb 



1 Kings iii IL 

XX. 41. 
Ezmiii.18. 
Job iv. le. 

vi80. 



8 
8c 
8d 
80 
la 



Prov.vii7. 
Eccles. viii. 6. 
Ezek. xliv. 28. 
Jonah iy. 11. 
MaLiiLlS. 



la 
2b 
2c 
2a 

4 



DIBOHABGE. 



yt^ to break, to disperse ; of floats or rafts broken up. PiXL 
pret. I Kings v. 9. 
nrPfi^ /. a sending away : Eccles. viii. 8. 

DIBCIFLB. 
*V!t2h adj, learned : Isa. viii. 16. 

DISCIPLINE. 
ID^D m. chastisement, instruction : Job xxxvi. la 

DISCLOSE. 
TOl to open, uncover, reveal, discover. PntL pret, Isa. xxvi. 21, 

DISCOMFIT. 
1 Dpn to put in commotion, consternation, to disturb, to dis- 



oomfit, as God his enemies. KiL •/Wt ^npim/. 

commotion, disturbance. 
2 tSvn to prostrate, to overthrow. Kal/uL 
8 ^n to tremble ; to terrify. "HiFEiL prd. 
4 nn3 to beat down, to rout an enemy. HiPmL/ict. 
6 Dp m. tribute, tribute-service ; from Dpp to melt. 



Bxod. xviL 18. 
Num. xiv. 4fi. 
Josh. X. 10. 
Jad«. iv. U. 



2 

4 
la 
la 



Jnd«.viiL12. 
1 Sam. viL 10. 
xiv. 20. 



81 28am.xxiLlS. 
1 a Ps. xTiiL 14. 
lb lBa.xxxL8. 



1 a 
1 a 

ft 



DISCONTENTED. 
ip adj, bitter; «)D^ com, soul : i Sam. xxiL 3. 

DISCONTINTTB. 

bpe^ to let fan, to let Ue, to release ; $eq. ]rp to 

anything, to discontinue. EIal pnl. Jer. xvii 4. 

DISCOBD. 
}i*TO m, contention, quarrel, strife : IVov. vL 14. D*?^ »> |>{- 
Prov. vi. 14, 1'na, 19. 

DISCOVEB. 

n^ to make naked, to uncover. Piel, to take away a covers 
ing ; in Lam. ii. 14 and iv. 22, take the prq>. Sy eQipii- 
cally, implying a veil over sin not removed. Niphal 
^pret. ^inf, Niphal ^fut, PntL ^prH. •fut, ^parU 
HiTHPAEL tin/. 

tlfc^n to strip off, to uncover. Kal •prtL ^fut. 
yfV to know. NiPHAL|>reC. 

rn^ to be naked ; to make bare, uncover. PiSL * m^. ^fitL 
HiPHiL opret. 



Exod.xx.28. 
Lev. XX. 18. 
Deut. xxii. 80. 

1 Sam. xiv. 8. 
xiv. 11. 
xxii. 8. 

2 Sam. xxii 18. 
Job xii. 22. 

xlil8. 

Pi. xviii 15. 

xxix.0. 



1 c 
40 
1 e 
la 
lo 
8 
1 
1 f 
Id 
1 c 
2b 



Prov. xviii 2. 

XXV. 0. 
Isa. iiL 17. 

xxiL 8. 

IviiS. 
Jer. xiii. 22. 

xiii. 28. 
Lara. iL 14. 

iv.22. 
Ezek. xiiL 14. 

xvi86k57. 



Ig 
1 e 
4b 
1 e 
Id 
la 
2a 
Id 
Id 
la 
1 



Ssek.XTL87. 
xxL24 
xxii 10. 
xxiiLlO. 
xxiii. 1% 18. 



HQB.iilOi 

vii.l. 
MicahLS. 
Nah.iiL6. 
Hab.iiil9L 



Id 
lb 
Id 
Id 
1 e 
la 
1 6 
la 
le 
Id 
4a 



DIBCOTTBAGE. 

nnn see IXtmoff, NiFBALfut, Deut i «i. 
DpD to melt ; to fidnt Hiphu. pret. Dent i 38. 
K1^ to deny ; to disallow, hinder. Kal •fvt. Num. : 

(n»nD). BiFBJhfut. Num. xxxii. 7, 9. 
lyp to cut off; to be shortened. KAL^iii. Nxmi. zxi. 4. 
Y^ to break, to treat witli violence, to oppress. Kal fmi. 
Isa. xlii 4. 

DIBCBEET, DIBOBETION. 
pa to discern, to mark, to understand. Niphal paH. Gen. 
^ 33> 39* n^^nn /. understanding : Jer. x. la. 
ntSfP /. meditation, thought ; device, counsel, purpose : Pror. i 

4; ii 11; iii ar; T. 3. 
Dyp m. taste, judgment, reason : Prov. xi 22, 



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7^}ff m, intelligenoe, understanding, wiadom : Prov. six. 1 1. 
tD&C^ m. judgment : F^ cxii. 5 : Isa. zxyiiL 16 ; see Instrud* 

DISDAIN. 
nT3 to deflpise, contemn. Kal^. i Sam. xrii. 44. 
DKD to reject ; to contemn, despise. Kal ^prtt. Job zzx. i. 

DI8EA8B. 

1 *1TT m. word, matter, thing. 

8 K^n to be sick. Kal ^fut, »> D'hShq m. jpZ. diseases. 

3 TOT\ to be weak, to be sick. Kal ^prH. Nifhal ^part, 

« ^^n fit. disease ; affliction, evil, calamity. ^ nbng m. 
• nVrjo/. disease. 'D^Jno m. fl, diseases. 

4 nnp m. sickness, disease. 



Eiod.xT.a8. 


8e 


2 Chron. xyL 12. 12. 


Deut.viLU. 


4 


12. 2a,8cc 


xxviiieo. 


4 


xxi 15. 8 d 


1 Kings rv.O. 


8a 


xxL 18. 8 c 


SKingsLi. 


So 


XXL 19. 8 b 


viiL8,9. 


80 





2 Chron. zxir. 86. 
Ps,xlL8. 
diL 8. 
Eccles. tL 8. 
Biek. zxziT. 4, 81. 



8 f 

1 
8b 
80 
8b 



DISGBAOE. 

71^ to act foolishly; to esteem lightly; to disgrace. TiXL fui, 
Jer. xiy. ai. 

DIBGTTISm 

\ffpn to search ; to let oneself be sought ; to disguise oneself. 

HiTHPABLpfYt. a Chron. xxxv. 17, inf, i Elings xxii. 30 : 

3 Chron. xviii. 2g. fiU. i Sam. xxviii. 8 : i ELings xx. 38 ; 

xxii. 30 : 2 Chron. xriii. 19. 
*inD m. secret : Job xxiy. 15, Ut. setteth (his) fiMse in secret, 
tnb to set. KALfut. Job xxiv. 15. 
n^V^ to do a second time, to change, to change oneself^ t. e. one's 

garments. Hithpael imp. 1 Kings xiy. a. 

DISH. 
^D m. a dish, a bowl : Judg. t. 2$, 
T\n^ /. a dish : a Kings xxi. 13. 

rnyp /. a dish, bowl, charger : Exod. xxy. 39 ; xxxriL 16 : Num. 
iv. 7. 

BI8HONOTTB. 
n^73 /. shame, reproach, contumely : Ps. xxxv. t6 ; Ixix. 19 ; 
IxxL 13. 
73^ to act foolishly ; to esteem lightly. PiSL part, l^cah viL 6. 
TVnjl Ch. /. shame, ignominy, disgrace : Ezra iy. 14. 
\\PD m. contempt, shame, dishonour : Proy. yi. 33. 

DISINHEBIT. 
6h^ see IH9pQ9BtM$, Hifhil/iU. Num. xiy. la. 

DIBMAT. 

1 TtVSi to be troubled, suddenly seized with fear. Niphal pret, 
Isa. xxi. 3, Ut, dismayed from seeing, so that I cannot 
see. 

8 nnn to be broken so as to be quite disabled ; applied to a mind 
daunted, broken and fidnt-hearted : it denotes that con- 



sternation of the mind which is the reyerse of the mind 

under the influence of joy, hope, and confidence. It is 

frequently joined with MV, and sometimes with V^^a, 

«J»a^n. Kal •|>rrf. Niphal «>/«<. Hiphil ^prtt. 

nn m. alarm. *nFiT7D /. consternation, alarm, terror. 

8 ni^ to look, to look around for help ; to look on each other, to 

be amazed. Hithpael fvJt, 

Deut. zzxi. 8. 8b l8a.xxL8. 1 

Josh. L 9. 8 b zxxviL27. 8 a 

TiiLl. 2 b xli. 10.88. 8 

8 b Jer. L 17. 8 b 

8 b yiii. 9. 8 a 

8a x.8.8. 8b 

8 b xviL 18. 18. 8 b 

8 b zziiL 4. 8 b 

8 b XXX. 10. 8 b 

8b 



X.86. 
1 Sam. xviL 11. 
8 Kings xix. 26. 

1 Chron. xxii 18. 
xxTiii. 80. 

2 Chron. xx. 16, 17. 
xxxiL7. 



Jer.xlviB. 


8d 


xlvi27. 


8b 


xlviii.1. 


8a 


xlviiL89. 


86 


xlix.87. 


80 


L8& 


2a 


EselLlLe. 


8b 


iii. 9. 


8b 


Obad.9. 


8a 



DISMISS. 

1DB to let loose. Kal prtl, 2 Chron. xxiii. 8. 

DISOBBT. 

n*lD to rebel. KxLpra. 1 Kings xiii. 21, 26. MrPHlL fui. 
Neh. ix. a6. 

DISPATCH. 
K*121 to cut ; to out down, e, g, with a sword. PiXL tn/. Ezek. 
xxiii. 47. 

DISFSBSB. 
nil to scatter, to disperse. Niphal •/''*• Pnn« *!»•««. "ti^f. 

^fvJt, 
y^ to dash and break in pieces, so as to disperse and scatter 

abroad. KiLLpart. PaUL 
}^B to break or dash in pieces ; to scatter, disperse, dissipate. 

Kal •imp. ^fvJt. « par*. PatiL <i nj^Dlj /. dispersion. 
*1TB to scatter, disperse, to distribute largely. PXKL pret. 

yy^ to separate, or seyer. PUAL pwrt. Esth. iii 8, separated 

in a moral sense. 
pB to break forth yiolently. Kal/W<. 



iSam. xiy. 84. 
8Chr(m. xL88. 
Esth. iii 8. 
Pa. cxiL9. 
Prov. y. 16. 



8a 
6 
6 

4 
8b 



Proy. xy. 7. 


Id 


Etek. xxii. 18. 


lb 


Iia.xil8. 


8 


xxix.18. 


lb 


Jer. xxy. 84. 


8d 


XXX. 88, 86. 


lb 


Etek. xii.16. 


lb 


xxxvil9. 


la 


XX. 28. 


10 


Zeph.iiL10. 


80 



DI8FIIAT. 



Dpj to lift, to display. Hithpolel imf. Ps. Ix. 4, or from d^3 
to flee ; to betake oneself to flight. 

DISFI1BA8B. 

1 }Ti< m. ear. 

2 ^?K to show oneself angry. ElAL prti. 

3 tS^3 Ch. to be bad, eyil, teq. ^"i to displease. P'AL|>re*. 

4 ^ adj. angry; see Indignation. 

5 nipn heat of anger, wrath, hot displeasure. 

6 mn to be angry, wroth. KAL^part, ^fut. *J^'^n m. wrath; 

" sore displeasure." 

7 ]n^ to fiire ill, to be eyil. KAL^fut. 

8 pp com. eye. 

9 3^ to grieye. Kal pret. 
10 nb^ to do. KALfut, 



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11 *)yp to brei^ 0iit In anger, to be -wroth. KAL^jpref. ^Tpart. 

PoeL oi^Sgnk digpleamire. 

12 J^ to be eviL Kal ^pret, * »5 at?;, evil. 

Gen. zzzL 85.0. 6 b, 8 2Sam.vL8. 6 b 

zxxTiiL10./l 7 a, 8 xi25.^ 7b,8 

xlviii.l7./i 7»,8 jx.^.fi 7 a, 8 

Num.iiLY. 12 b. 11 Kings 16. « 

zilO.^ 12 a, 8 XX. 48. 4 

XXU.840 12 a, 8 xxL4. 4 
I)eut.ix.l9. S 1 Chron. xiiL 11. 6 b 

Judg.xT.8. 12b xxi.7./I 7a, 8 

lSam.viii6./9 7a,8Fa.iift. 6o 

xviii. 8./I 7a,8 Ti.1. 6 



zxix.7. 16, 12 b, 8 

• Ut. let it not be diipleasiiig in the am oC 
Y Ut. it was evil in the ears of. a <<<. disp?'^ 
am diapleaaed with great displeasure. 



Fs.xxxviii.L 6 

lx.l. 2 

Prov. xxiv. 18./J 12 a, 8 



Isa. lix. 16.13 
Dan. VL14. 
Jonah iv. 1.6 
Hab. iii. 8. 
Keeh.L2. 

ilS.c 

L16. 



7a. 8 

8 

7a,Ub 

*6a 

llac 

11 ao 

lib 



^ /i<.eTili]ithe«7«8 0(l 
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DIBFOSS^ DIBFOSIira. 

D^tS^ to set, put« place. Kal pret. Job xxxiv. 13 ; if/. Job 
xxxvii. 15. 
DdK^ judgment ; right : ProT. xri. 3). 

DZ&FOSBBBS. 
Ch^ to take poBseasion ; Hiphil with ace, of per*, to seize upon 
one's possessions, to dispossess. Hifhil pret. Num. 
TTTmi , 53 : Judg. xi. 23. in/. Dent. vii. 17. /«<. Num. 
xzxii 39. 

DISPTJTB. 
T\^ to be light ; to shew to be right. Nifhai., to have light 
demonstrated, implying submission to conyiction. part, 
J(^xxiiL 7. 

DI8QTTIET. 
' ntDil (see Noise), of internal emotion, tumult ; of » mind agi- 
tated and disquieted by cares, anxiety, &o. KALfut. 
Fs. xxxix. 6 ; xliL 5, 1 1 ; xliii. 5. 
ntDrU /. roaring of the sea, git>aning of the afflicted : Ps. xxzvm. 8. 
\y\ to be moved, disturbed, thrown into commotfon. KALpret, 
Prov. XXX. II. Hiphil pnf. i Sam. xxriii 15 : Jer. L 
34. 

DZSBBMBZiB. 
^3 to fail, to deny. PiBLpre^. Josh. Tii 11. 
*1^J to look upon, to behold ; to know ; not to let oneself be 
known, to feign^ dissemble. Niphal fut. Prov. xxvi 34. 
D^ to hidey conceal. Niphal part, Ps. xxt!. 4* 
nprj to go astray ; to seduce, to use deceit. HiPHtL pret. Jer. 
xlii. la 

DISBOLVS. 
y^ to melt, to flow down ; to be diasolyed with fear and terror. 
NiFHAL |>re(. Isa. xiv. 31 : Nab. ii 6. part. Pa. Ixxr. 3. 

TOLSLfvt, Job XXX. 23. 

pl^ to melt, to pine away. Niphal pret, Isa. xxxiv. 4, •. e, 

shall be melted. Yitringa supposes the figure of wax 
^ tapers is here intended. Maurer, to pine away. 

y\B to break, to break in pieces. Kal ir^, Isa. xxiv. 19, 

lit. dissolving is dissolved. Hithpolsl pret, Isa. xxiv. 

19. 
VO^tf Ch. to loose, to unbind, to solve, t.g. knotty quesUons. 

P'al inf. Dan. v. 16. TASLpoii, Dan. v. 12. 



ypB m. ft circle i whirl of a ^nndle, and hence ibr liie jpSncfte 
itself: Prov. xxxL 19. 

DI8TII1. 
7TJ to flow or run down ; it implies the natural tendeaey of a 
fluid to run down, and is very suitably used of speech. 
Kal fut. Deut^ xxxii. 2. 
^jn to drop, to distil. KALfut. Job xxzvL 28. 

DIBTIirOTLT. 
IChB to separate, to dtstinguish. PuaXi parL Neh. viiL 8^ 

DISTBAOTED. 
}^ to be perplexed, distracted. Kal fut. Ps. IxxxviiL 15. 

TjTX. 4^o^07iP. Vulg. "conturbatusBum." Compare 
AJitfiowiy. St. Matt. xxvi. 37: St. Mark xiv. 33, "to be 
very heavy,'* utterly weighed down with deepest sorroWi 
oanaing ntter ;>erplexity, and distraction. 

DI8TBB8S. 

yp to be straitened, narrow ; to be in distress, anxiety ; im- 
plying a sore strait, from which there seems no way <^ 
escape. KALfut. 

bp to urge, to impel, to drive ; to be harassed, wearied, dis- 
tressed. Niphal pret, 

p^ to be compressed ; to distress by oppression. "BaiNL^pret. 
^f%U. ^part. *»p^»9 m. distress, •n^^so/. td. 

1W to straiten, to press upon ; to press upon in a hostile sense. 
HALfiO, 

yya to press ; to press upon, to persecute, to be hostile ; te be 

pressed, straitened, distressed. KAL^pret, BoETL^pret. 

^vaf. dniTm. distress, affliotun. • nn;^ /. distress. ^^^^ 

m. distress. 
Y^p to loathe, with diagrin and abhorrence; to feel irksome. 

Kal/u«. 



7 jn adj. 


evil 












Gen. xxTiL 7. 




1 


lSain.xxx.6. 


1 


Fa.oxvitL6. 


6f 


XXXV. 8. 




ee 


2Sam.L26. 


6a 


CXX.1. 


6e 


xm.21. 




6e 


xxii.7. 


6d 


Prov.i27. 


6e 


Num.xxil.8. 




6 


lKingRL29. 

2 0kiron.xxvm.fl6. 


6e 


Isa. XXV. 4 


6d 


Beut ii. 9, 19. 




4 


4 


xxix.2. 


8a 


xxYiiL 68, 66, 67. 


8b 


xxviiL22. 


60 


xxix.7. 


So 


Judg. iL 16. 




1 


Neh.iLl7. 


t 


Jer. X. 16. 


6b 


X.9. 




1 


ix.87. 


6e 


Lam.i26. 


6a 


xi.7. 




6a 


Ps. iv. 1. 


6d 


Ezek.xxx.l6. 


6d 


lSam.xiii6. 




2 


xviii. 6. 


6d 


Zeph.il6. 


6e 


xiv. 24. 




2 


XXV. 17. 


8e 


8e 


xiii.2. 




8d 


oviiCll8^19,2B. 


Se 


iTlST. 


9b 


xxviii.16. 




6a 











DISTBIBTTTB. 
ppn to divide, to distribute, to appto^triate, especially by loL 
Kal pret. a Chron. xxiii. 18 ; inf. Neh. xiii. 13, NOFBAL 
fut. I Chron. xxiv. 3. TjXLfut. Job xxL 17. 
]n3 to give. Kal inf. 2 Chron. xxxi. 14. 

DITOH. 

^ m. a pit or ditch : 1 Kings iii. 16, lit, ditches ditches, 
mi^ /. gathering plaoe for waters, pool, reservoir : Isa. xxiL ki... 
T[rW /. slough, or day^pit : Prov. xxiii. 27* 



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nnC^ /. oorrnption ; a pit ; a cistern, having mire at the bottom : 
Jobix. 31 : P8. Yii.15. 

DIVEBB, DITEB8E. 
IS^^K m, man : a Chron. xxz. 11, lit, men. 

D^K73 dwU, separation, things separated, diverse : Ley. xix. 19 : 

Deut. xxii. 9. 
lOe^ Ch. to be changed, to be different £rom. TA'hfut, Dan. 

vii. 23, 34 : part. Dan. vii. 3, 19. Pael part, Dan. 

TiL 7. 
nj^ to change, to be doubled. Kal part, Poel, Esth. i. 7 ; 

iii 8. 

DIVIDE. 
I 7^3 to separate, divide, to distinguish. HiPHiL ^pret, ^ifif, 
•fut, ^part, 

5 J^i;3 to cleave, divide. Kal ^prei. ^imp, *part, Poel. Ni- 

PHAL */«<. 
8 ">rQ tp cut in pieces, to cut off. KAL^pret, TiSL^fut, 
4 *1T3 to cut asunder, to divide. Kal * imp. ^ part. Poel. 

6 p?n to divide into parts, portions, &c., each receiving his 

portion ; to part^ distribute, especially bj lot ; to dis- 
tribute oneself . KAL*prrf. »>w*p. ^fut. NiPHAL V***- 
Pim. •pret. ^inf. 'imp. ^fut. Poal ^pret. ^fut. 
HiTHP. ^pret. ■» ^%\^ /. division. » n^*^!!© /. order, 
course. 
• 3Vn to hew, to out out, to divide by fissure. Kal part. PoeL 

7 nvn to divide or part in two ; to share, to distribute, in parts 

equal or unequal. Kal • pret. ^fut. Niphal °/iU. 

8 ^n^ to divide for an inheritance, or by inheritance. Kal '•inf. 

^fut. IhJSL ^ pret. ^ inf. Hiphil • iV* '/t*«. Hithpael 
« pret. 
§ 7P to fidl. HiPHiL, to oast lots, to divide by lot : ^pret. ^vnf. 
^imp, ^fut. 

10 nrO to cut in pieces. PiXL ftU. 

11 nVlB /. division, distinction, from the primary sense of cutting 

or setting firee ; also liberation, redemption. 

12 3/& to cleave, to divide. Niphal ^pret. Pisl ^pret. °imp. 

a^B Ch. Pa*l ^part. passive, •a^? Ch. m. half. 'n|iB /. 
division, class ; Gesenius, rivers, streams, s rr J^B /. di- 
vision, dass. »»n|^B Ch./. id. in^abpo/. ui. 

13 *T*1& to break oS, to separate by breaking. NiphAl pret. 

14 DIB to break, or distribute ; to divide in a certain order or 

proportion. Hiphil ^pret. ^fiU. ^part, D^B Ch. id. 
Pa*l ^part. passive. 

15 "HB to break, to break in pieces. Poel pret. 

16 Vy^ to make a noise, to throw into tumultuous agitation, to 

shake ; to break with a noise, to burst, to divide. 
Others, to terrify, to make afiraid ; to restrain by threats. 
Kal •pret. ^ part. Poel. 

17 pn to run. Hiphil, to divide speedily : fuL 
IB J^}^ to divide into three parts. "PiKLpret. 



Gen. i. 4 7. 


1 


J08h.Xiii.6. 


90 


J6bxxxvUi.2S« 


12 b 


iaa 


Id 


xiii.7. 


fig 


P8. Xlix. 7. 


6 


i 14^18. 


lb 


xiv. 5. 


6 c 


lv.9. 


12 c 


X.S.S8. 


IS 


xviii.6. 


5 1 


lx.6. 


6h 


X.25. 


12a 


xviii. 10, 10. 


6hn 


IxviiL 12. 


5h 


xiv. 15. 


6d 


xix. 49. 


8a 


Ixxiv. IS. 


15 


XV. 10. 10. 


8ba 


xix. 61. 51. 


8c6f 


IxxviiL IS. 


2a 


zzxii. 7. 


7b 


xxiL8. 


6b 


Ixxviii. 55. 


9d 


Mxiii. 1. 


7b 


xxiii. 4. 


9a 


cviii.7. 


6h 


xlix. 7, 27. 


6h 


Judg. V. 15, 16. 


12 f 


cxxivi. IS. 


4b 


Exod. viU. 2S. 


11 


Tso. 


5h 


Prov. xvi. 19. 


6 f 


xiv. 16. 


Sb 


vii. 16. 


7b 


Isa. ix. S. 


5 f 


xiv.2L 


2d 


ix.43. 


7b 


xxxiu.28. 


5 i 


XV. ». 


6h 


xix. 29. 


10 


xxxiv. 17. 


5 Q 


xxi.35.S8. 


7ab 


2 Sam. L 2S. 


18 


Ii.l6. 


16 b 


xxvi.33. 


1 a 


xix. 20. 


5c 


liii. 12,Y 12. 


5h 


Lev. i. 17. 


1 c 


lKing8iiL26,26. 


4a 


Ixiu. 12. 


2 


v.S. 


1 c 


xvi. 21. 


6d 


Jer. xxxL S5. 


16 b 


xi 4, 4,7.26. 


14 c 


xviiL6. 


5h 


Lam. iv. 16. 


5 e 


xi.5. 


14 b 


2 Kings iL 8. 


7 c 


Ezek.v.l. 


6« 


XL 6. 


14 a 


1 Chron. L 19. 


12 a 


xxxvii22. 


7 c 


Num.xxvi68.56>66. 5d 


xxiii. 6. 


5d 


xiv. 1. 


9b 


xxxi. 27, 42. 


7a 


xxiv. l.^ 


5n 


xlvii. 21. 


6 6 


xxxiii.54. 


|g 


xxiv. 4, 6. 


6c 


xlvii. 22. 


9d 


xxxiv. 17. 


xxvL 1, 12. 19. 


5n 


xlviii. 29. 


9d 


xxxiv. 18. 


8a 


2 Chron. xxxv. 5, 




Dan. ii. 41. 


12 d 


xxxiv. 29. 


8d 


5. 12 K. 6 m 


V.28. 


14 d 


Deut. iv. 19. 


6a 


xxxv. 12. 


12 i 


vii. 25. 


12 e 


xiv. 7, 7. 


14ca 


XXIV. 18. 


17 


xL4. 


'^S 


xiv. 8. 


14 


Ezra vi. 18. 


12h 


xi.S9. 


5h 


xix. 8. 


18 


Neh. ix. U. 


2a 


Hos. X. 2. 


5a 


XXXU.8. 


8e 


ix.2a. 


5c 


Amos vii 17. 


5k 


Josh. i. 6. 


8 f 


xi.86w 


5n 


Micahii4. 


bh 


xL2S. 


6n 


Job xxvi. 12. 


16 a 


Zech.xiv.L 


6 1 


xiL7. 


5n 


xxvii. 17. 


5 






atiCletitbe 


semratinK. ix. by a continued act. 


^/«. unto the 


sons .... their divisions. 


y or, assign him 


a portion in the many. 






DIVINE. 







1 \£^rO to take auguries, to practise divination, to divine ; in a 

wider sense, to divine, to prognosticate, to feel presages. 
PiEL»i»/. ^fut. 

2 DpP to divine, to practise ctivination, used in the verb only of 

&lse prophets of the Hebrews, of necromancers, of pro- 
phets of the Philistines, of Balaam. ILal *inf. ^imp. 
^fid. ^part. Poel, •DD|7 m. divination, rewards of 
divination; once in a good sense, 'Mivine sentence." 
f Dp^p m. id. 



Gen.xliv.6.a 


lab 


Prov. xvi 10. 


8e 


EBek.xiii 88^28. 


2oe 


xliv. 15. a 


lab 


Iaa.xliv.25. 


2d 


xxi2L 


2a6 


Num. xxii. 7. 


2e 


Jer. xiv. 14. 


2e 


xxi.22. 


2e 


xxiii 28. 


2e 


xxvii 9. 


2d 


xxi2S,29. 


2a 


Deut xviii 10. 


2de 


xxix.8. 


2d 


xxii 28. 


2d 


xviii 14. 


2d 


Exek.xii24. 


8 f 


Micahiii6L 


2a 


1 Ram. vi 2. 


2d 


xiii.6. 


2e 


iii 7. 


2d 


xxviiiS. 


2b 


xui7. 


2 f 


iii 11. 


2o 


2Kingsxvu.l7. 


2oe 


xiii9. 


2d 


Zech.x.2. 


2d 



I lit. divining divineth. 
DIVOBOB. 
tShi to cast out. Kal part. PatQ, Lev. xzi. 14; xxii. 13; 
Num. zxx. 9. 
n^n3 /. cutting off: Deut. xxiv. i, 3 : Isa. L i : Jer. iii. 8. 



DO. 

7^3 m. master, owner, ftc. 

Kin to create ; to make ; to do. NiPHAL pret, 

7D3 to do, shew, or cause to any one, good or evil, to deal 

well or ill with him, with dupl. ace. of person and 

of thing. Kal ^ pret. ^part. 
jna to take away ; to diminish, to do away. Niphal /w*. 
11'n m. word, matter, &c. 

T T 

KtDH to sin, to do (sin). Kal pret. 
2\0 to do (good). Hiphil preL 



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ap* to do (good). HlFHIL^W. 

()p^ to add. "EirBTSSL fut, 
{173 to be completed, perfeoted, finished, done. Kal ^prtt. 

7}10 to deal covertly, to act treaeherouBly ; see TretpoiB, 

{nj to give. 'NiPKALfia, 
*T2y to labour, to work, to do work; to ierve. Kal *pref. 

^inf. ^fia. f3;j Ch. id. Pa'l *prrf. •inf, ffut, 

'part, active, Ithp*al ^fuL 
13^ to pa88 ; to cause to pass, to do away. HiPHlL imp. 

ivy to roll ; to do anything in repetition or with frequency ; 
to do a deed, as with earnestness, to perform, to 
accomplish ; to do evil to any one, to vex, to mal- 
treat, ieq, V of person ; see also Abuse, Mock, seq. l« 
POBL ^pret. i>ff»p. PoAL ^pret, * nj»^^ /. deed, 
work ; deeds of men, especially in a bad sense ; yet 
used of the doings of God in a good sense, showing 
the essential difference of the agent. « ^V^Q m. work ; 
twice applied to the illustrious deeds of God, and 
chiefly to the evil works of men. ^'^^{tj m. id. yri3. 
nby to work, to labour, to do ; to begin or attempt to do, 
Ezod. viii. i8 ; to make, to do, to produce by labour ; 
emphat. to effect, to execute, to accomplish a thing 
prt^HMed, to purpose ; to do, i. e. to perform the laws 
of God, his will, precepts^ kc., also to do or commit 
wrong, ko., eeq. ) of person ; sometimes the thing 
done iB omitted, and to be gathered only from th^ 
ooBtext ; instead of b is found abo DP, and n^. Seq. 1 
to do with any one, to deal with hin, according to 
one's own pleasure. Jet. xviii. ag. Often T^yp^ is so 
put as to express the simple idea of a verb of action, 
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^fiU. Opart. Poel. *Vyb m. deed, work. 

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Xii 8. 


16a 


xiS. 


17 a 


Xix. 15. 


16 d 


xiv. 1. 8. 


16 e 


xix. 21. 


IS a 


XV. 8. 


16 a 


XX. 8. 


16 d 


XV. 5. 


16 • 


xxiv. 18. 


10 a 


xxii. 31. 


16 a 


XXV. 1. 


16 a 


xxxi 28. 


16 9 


xxviii 21. 


16b 


xxxiv. 14 


16 


xxxi. 2. 


17 


xxxiv. 16. 


16e 


xxxiii 18. 


16 a 


xxxvii 8. 27. 


16 c 


xxxvii 11, 26. 


16 a 


xxxix. 9. 


16 a 


xxxvii 89. 


16d 


xi5. 


16 a 


xxxviii. 3, 16. 


16 a 


xl.8. 


16 b 


xxxviii.7. 


16 d 


xUv.l. 


17 a 


xli4 20. 


16 a 


1.21. 


16 a 


xlii. 16. 


16 a 


i.4 


16 a 


xliiil9. 


16 


Iii. 9. 


16 a 


xliv.23. 


16 a 


liii. 1. 8. 


16 e 


xiv. 7. 


16 


lvi.4H. 


16d 


Xlvi.l0,l(ll 


16gd 


lx.12. 


16 d 


xM. 11. 


16 d 


lxiv.9. 


16 1 


xlviii3,5. 


16 a 
16 d 


lxvi.5. 


15 d 


xlviu.11.14 


Ixvil6. 


16 a 


liii 9. 


16 


xxi 19. 


16 a 


lvi.l. 


Ixxii. 18. 


15 d 


lvi.2,2. 


16 db 


Ixxviiia. 


lviii.2. 


16 a 


Ixxvii.l4 


16 e 


^" -T.18. 


16 b 


lixviii412. 


16 a 




16 b 


lxxxiii.9. 


16 c 


la. 


16 d 


Ixxxvi 10. 


16 e 




16 d 


xovliiL 


}6a 


i I 


f.l 


ci8. 


17 c 




eiiilS. 


16 b 




16 a 


ciii2a,21. 


16 e 




16 b 


CV.5. 


16 f 




16 i 


ovi8,2L 


16e 


i. 


16 d 


cvii.23. 


16 e 




eviii.18. 


16d 




16 i 


cix.21. 


16 c 




16 a 


cix.2». 


16 a 




16 d 


cxi8. 


16 f 


>. 


150 


cxi.lO. 


16 e 


18. 


16 b 


CSV. ft. 


16a 


,14H90. 16 a 



Jer.vii.l7, 


16 « 


viii. 6. 


16 a 


ix.7. 


16 d 


xi46,17. 


16 a 


xi8.8. 


16b a 


xil8. 


16 


xii. 5. 


16 d 


xiv. 7. 


16 


XV. 4 


16 a 


XV. 5. 


19 


xvi.l2.T 


16 b 


xvii. 10. 


150 


xvii. 22. 


^ 16 d 


XVU.24 


16 b 


xviii. 6, 8. 


16 b 


xviii 10, 18. 


16 a 


xviii. 11. 


15 


xviii 12. 


16 d 


xix. 12. 


16 d 


xxi. 12, 14 


15 


xxii 4 


16bd 


xxii. 8, 15. 


16 a 


Xlii. 17. 


16 b 


xxiii 2, 88. 


15 


XXV. 5. 


15 


xxvi. 8, 8. 


10 b^ 15 


xxvi 18. 


15 


xxvi. 14 


16 


xxviii 6. 


16d 


xxix. 88. 


16 


XXX. 15. 


16 a 


XXX. 24 


16 b 


xxxi 87. 


16 a 


xxxii 19. 


15 6 


xxxii 28, 88. 


16ab 


xxxii 30. 


16 6 


xxxii. 32. 


16 a 


xxxii. 85. 


16 b 


xxxiii 9. 18. 


16 


xxxiv. 15. 


l6d 


^- 18^ 


16 d 




15 




16 b 




16 d 




16 a 


L 


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12. 


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If. 


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16 a 




16 da 


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16ba 




16 a 




15 a 


E 


16 a 




16 a 




16»ad 




16 b 




16 d 


19,1^ 16 




16 k 




16 a 




16 a 




16 d 




16 




Ma i 


, *w. 


16 i 


s;:t«. 


16d 


28. 16d,16aa 


XV. 8. 


16 b 


xvi 5, SO. 


16 b 


xvi. 47, 48. 48. 61, 


54 69.68. 


16 a 


xvii. 15. 


16 


xvii. 18, 24 


16 a 


xviii. 5, 10, 11. 18. 
18,21.22,26. 16a 


xvi|il414 


I6ad 


xviii. 19. 19. 


16ad 


xviii.242424 16daa 


xviu. 27. 


16 d 


XX. 11. 18. 


16 d 


W.19. 


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Bsek.xli7.14. 


16 i 


ATnOAiiL6. 


16 a 


16 d 


xlv. 20, 26. 


16 d 


iii.7. 


16 d 


16d 


xlvi.12. 


16 d 




16 b 


16 a 


Dan. iv. 86, 86. 


18 gd 


i. 


16 d 


16 b 


vi.lO. 


13 § 
13 d 




16 6 


16 a 


VL22. 


16. 


16 a 1 


16 d 


viii.4. 


16 a 


\Vk 


16 a 


a,16d 


viiL27. 


16 d 




16 d 


16 d 


ix. 12, 12. 


16 g 


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16 b a 


16 e 


ix.14 


16 a 


\ 


16 6 


16 a 


ix.l9. 


16 c 




16 6 


16ad 


xi. 8, 17.24^24^28, 




16 a 


16 a 


80,82,89. 


16 a 




16 b 


16 a 


xi.16. 


16 d 




15 6 


16 d 


XL86.86. 


16a g 


(,18. 


16 d 


16 e 


Hob. iv. 9. 


15 e 




15 d 


16 a 


7.4. 


16 e 




16 d 


16 d 


7L4,4. 


16 d 




16 6 


16 d 


viL2. 


166 




16 b, 16 6 


16 e 


ix.6. 


16 d 




16 b 


16 a 


ix.16. 


16 6 




16 a 


166 


X.8. 


16d 




16 d 


16 b 


X.16. 


16 a 


,18. 


16 d 


16 a 


xii.2. 


16 6 




16 6 


16 a 


Joel ii 20,x ai-X 


16 b 




16 6 


16 a 











Ezek. xz. 81. 2L 
XX.43.M. 
xxi.24. 
xxii. 14. 
xxiU. 80. 
xxiii. 88, 89. 
xxiii.4B.^ 
xxiv.U14. 16 fl 
xxiv. 18. 
xxiv. 19. 
xxiv. 22, 22. 
xxiv. 24, 24. 
XXV. 14. 

xxxiii. 14, 16k 1». 
xxxiii. 81. 
xxxiii. 82^ 
XXXV. 11. 
XXXV. 16. 
xxxvi. 17. 19. 
xxxvi. 22, 38. 
xxxvi. 27, 86. 
xxxvi. 31. 
xxxvi. 87. 
xxxviL24. 
xxxix. 24. 
xliii. 11, 11. 

a lit, do not a thing. fi lif. not able to da y Ut, who is a master 

of business. I lit, are not to be done. c lit, shall not add to do. 

i lit. added to do evil. i| tu. doing thou shalt do. 9 lU, hast been 

evil to do. I lit, added to da « «/. to do. X lU. we shall do. 

M lit. we did wickedly in doing. v lit, be doing. i lit. is upon us 

to do. o liL they returned to do eviL «• M. to do. p lit. mag- 

nified to do. « lit. thou shalt do. r lit. done ill in doing. v lit. 

doing will d& ^ Ut» they shall not do. x '^* magnified to do. 

DOOTBINB. 

*1D^D m. chastiBementy instniotion, learning : Jer. x. 8. 
T\\h m. fiiir speech, taking arguments ; doctrine, learning, know- 
ledge, which one receiyes, perceives, learns : Deut. xzxii. 
1 : Job xi. 4 : Proy. iy. i : Isa. xxix. 34. 
TXJSKQip /. tidings, message, news; instruction, teaching: Isa. 
xxyiil. 9. 

m. ft dog, so called from barking. Among the Hebrews, 
dogs were kept to g^rd houses and flocks ; but through- 
out the East they are mostly without masters, and 
wander^ lialf-£unished and fierce, in troops around the 
dties and yillages ; whence dogt is often an appellation 
for fierce aad cruel enemies. It was also a name of 
reproach. £xod. xi. 7, &c. 

DOIiBFUIi. 
D^nk m. p^' pr. bowlings, shrieks ; hence howling animale^ dole- 
ful creatures: Isa. xiiL 2r. 
nNl^ /. lamentation : Micah ii. 4, marg. * with a lamentation of 
lamentations.' 

DOMINION. 

1 ^P3 to haye dominion and authority as lord and proprietor. 

KALpret. 

2 ^^ com. hand, ef. Jer. xxxiy. I. 

'8 /\yD to reign, to be superior in power, authority, and dominion, 

as a governor. Kal *pret. ^inf. ^fvi. ^part. Poel. 

HiPHiL*tr^. 'fiU. fbipD m. dominion. *» ^ipop m. td. 

' n^i^oo /. dominion, rule ; dominions, jurisdictions. 
4 mi to tread, to tread down ; to haye dominion, to rule, to bear 

rule, seq. } oyer any one, and seq. ace. id, Kax ' imp. 

^fui. Opart, PoeL Pibl */irf. 
6 ^1 acootding to the Babbinical interpreters, of the same 



afe. 



meaning with the pteyions word, to hftve dominion. 
HiPHiL fia. Gen. xxvii. 40. See Bush's Notes on Ge- 
nesis for other interpretations. 

6 ^'^yp ^' dominion, empire. 

7 o>^ to rule, to haye dominion. HiPHiL *yti<. ^)9^f Ch.«i. 

dominion, rule. 



Gen. L 26. 


4b 


2 Chron. xxi. 8. 




Isa.xzvLl8. 1 


128. 


4a 


Neh.ix.28. 




xxxix. 2. 8 i 


xxviL40. 


6 


ix.87. 




Jer. xxxiv. 1. 8 i, S 


xxxvii.8 a 


Sbc 


Job XXV. 2. 




U.28. 8 i 


Num. xxiv. 19. 


4b 


xxxviii8S. 




Dan.iv.8,22,8i84. 7 b 


Judg. v. 13, 18. 


4d 


Ps.viiL6. 




vi26,26. 7b 


xiv.4. 


8d 


xix.18. 




viL6,12.HH14 


lKingsiv.24 


4c 


xlix. 14. 




26,27.27. 7 b 


ix. 19. 


8 i 


ban. 8. 




xi.8. 8h 


2 Kings XX. 18. 


8 i 


ciii22. 




zi.4. 8g 
xi. 6, 8, 6. 8 a i h 


1 Chron, iv. 22. 


1 


exiv. 2. 




xviiL8. 


2 


cxix.l8S. 




Micah iv. 8. 8 1 


2Chron.viii.6. 


8 1 


oxlv.18. 




Zech. ix. 10. 8 g 


alU. 


havini 


f dominion shalt thou have dominion. 



DOOB, DOOBPOST. DOOBKBBPBB. 

1 D^21 ffk house. 

2 TH m. a door han^g on hinges. » nj^ /. id. *np. * n)^ /. 

a door, gate, ko. ; in the dwU, two-leayed doors. 

3 ^p m. see ThrtthM. ^Dp verb demon, to stand or wait at 

the threshold. Hithpokl • inf. 

4 nnS m. an opening, entrance, doorway ; in a looser sense, 

door of a house, tent, ark, chamber, city, &c. : Gen. 

iy. 7, kc. 
6 *1F^ m. gate. *")^^^ m. porter, doorkeeper. 
6 ^1p^ fv^ lintel, upper door-post. 

No. 4 not included. 



Gen. xix. 6, 9, 10. 
Exod. xiL 7. 

xxi. 6. 

XXXV. 17. 
Deut. XV. 7. 
Josh. ii. 19. 
Judg. ill. 28, 24, 26. 

xi.81. 

xvL8. 

xix. 22, 27. 

1 Sam. iiL 16. 
xxLl8. 

2 Sam. xiii 17, 18. 
lKing8vi81,82,8i 

84,34. 
vii. 60, 60. 
xiv. 17. 
2 Kings iv, 4 6, 88. 
viS2,82. 
iz.8»10. 



8b 
6 
8b 
6 
8b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 
2b 

2b 
2b 
1 
8b 
8b 
8b 



8 Kin^ xiC 9. 
xviiL 16. 
xxiL4. 
xxiii. 4. 
XXV. 18. 

1 Chron. xv. 28, 84 
xxiLS. 

2 Cliron. iii 7. 
iv. 9. 9, £4 88. 
xxiiL4. 
xxviiL24. 
xxix. 8. 7. 
xxxiv. 9. 

Neh. iiL 1,8, 6^ 18k 14 
16. 

vi 1, 10. 

vlL 1,8. 
E8th.iL 21. 

vL2. 
Job iiL 10. 



J()bxzxL88i 

xxxviiL 8, 10. 

xxxviii. 17. 

X1L14. 
Ps. Ixxviii. 88. 

Ixxxiv. 10. 

cxlL 8. 
Prov. xxvL 14. 
Ecdes. xiL 4. 
CantviiL9. 
Isa.vL4. 

xxvi. 20. 

IviLS. 
Jer. xxxv. 4 

Iii. 24 
Esek. xlL 16, 18. 

xlL28,248i8B. 
Zech. xi. 1. 
MaLLlO. 



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8b 
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8b 
8b 
8b 
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8b 

8b 

8b 



DOTIL 

TK^ to become foolish. Nifhal pr€t. Jer. 1. 36. 
^y to love, of impure loye; teq. ^^ and ^M. Kal prtt. Eiek. 
xxiii. 7, 9, 13. /tt<. Ezek. xxiii. 5, 16, «o. 

DOUBIfH. 

1 ^M to fold double. KAL*jjrrf. ^part. Patil. NlPHAL •/««. 

d bC3 m. Job xi. 6, doubled ; manifold, or the wisdom of 
God is double-fold, complicated, abundant. 

2 37 m. the heart ; a double Heart ; Heb. a beart and a lieart^ 

implying diyersity. 

3 D^3^ o^- num. dual, two. ^nji^p m. second; twofold, double^ 

the double. ^\^ to do a thing a second time. NiFHAL 
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zxviii. 10. 


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lb 


Deutxv.18. 


8a 





I«LxL8. 


Id 




bri.7.7. 






Jer.xvilS. 




Id 


xvii.18. 




Id 


Ezek. zxL 14. 






Zech.ix.ia. 





Dent. zzL 17. 
2 Kings ii. 9. • 
1 Chron. zii 88. 
Job xi. 8. 
xlLlS. 
PB.ziL2. 



DOUBT, DOUBTIiBSS. 
O^pM Tpoai, of a irath ; no doabt : Job xiL a. 
*)0p Ch. m. joints ; trop, knotty questions : Dan. v. ii, i6. 

DOUGH. 

ppX m. dough, so called from its swelling, rising ; but spoken 

also of that not yet fermented : Exod. xii 34, 39 : Jer. 

vii. 18: Hoe. Tii 4. 
nO^g /. only in the pZ., groats, grits, coarse meal, ptisana. 

Lxx. and Yulg. in Num. ^lipatia, ptdmeiUum ; in Neh. 

ulrosy cibum. Num. xy. 30, ai: Neh. z. 37: Ezek. 

xliv. 30. 

DOVIL 
n^V /. Bee Pigeon. Gen. viii 8, 9, 10, 11, la : Ps. Iv. 6 ; IzriiL 

13 : Cant. L 15 ; ii. 14 ; iv. 1 ; y. 3, la ; vi. 9 : Isa. 

xxxviii. 14 ; lix. 11; Ix. 8 : Jer. xlviiL a8 : Ezek. vii 16 : 

Hos. vii. II ; xi. 11 : Nah. ii. 7. 

DO'WIT, DO'WK'WABD. 

Kla to come, to be down, to go down : used of the setting sun, 
in opposition to m;^\ Knipra, Lev. xxiL7. ti^. Deut. 
xxilL 1 1 : Josh, viii 99 : a Sam. iii. 35. 
n^Q adv, beneath : a Kings xix. 30: a Chron. xxxii 30 : Eocles. 
ill ai: Isa. xxxvii. 31: Ezek. L aj; Tiii a, 

DO'WBY. 

13T fn, a gift, dowry : Gen. xxx. ao. 

*)nb m. price paid for a bride to her parents : Gen. txtiv. la : 
Exod. xxiL 17: I Sam. xviii. 35. 

DBAG. 

JlltD^P ft net, fish-net: Hab. i. 15, 16, maty, 'or, flue-net.' 

DBAGOXr. 

f IQ m. a great fish, sea monster; a serpent ; a dragon ; a croco- 
dile, put as the emblem of Egypt or Pharaoh : Deut. 
xxxiL 33 : Neh. ii 13 : Ps. Ixxiv. 13 ; xcL 13 ; cxlviii. 7 : 
Isa. xxvii. i ; Ii 9 : Jer. Ii. 34. D»3n m. pi, : Job xxx. 
39: Ps. xliy. 19: Isa. xiii aa; xxxiy. 13; xxxv. 7; xliii. 
ao : Jer. ix. 11 ; x. aa ; xiv. 6 ; xHx. 33 ; U. 37 : Micah 
L 8. 0^329 m. a great serpent; * sea monster: Ezek. 
xxix.3. n^jn/.pZ. id.: Mal.i3. 

DBAMS. 

tS^^b^^K m.pl.ik dario, * Persian coin of pure gold, common also 
among the Jews while they were under the Persian 
dominion. The coin usually bears the image of an 
archer with * tiara : i Chron. xxix. 7 : Ezra viii 37. 

D^^DSTV m,pl.tk daric : Ezra ii 69 : Neh. yii. 70, 71, 7a.. 

DBAUGHT-HOUSIL 

ntfeCriD /. pi. outgoings ; draught-house^ cloaecB : a Kings x. 37. 
rrtfcnrjD/, pi, the same : a Kings ac a7, a^na. 



DBAW. 

1 ?flM to prolong. Hifhil/ii<. 

a n^ to break forth ; to bring or draw forth, e. ^. ft stream of 
waters. Kal fut. ; see Drink. 

8 HTl the primary meaning seems to be included in or expressed 
by, to let down, to hang down, to be pendulous, flaccid, 
exhausted ; to let down a pitcher into a well, and so to 
draw water; to draw up or out, so to deliver. With 
»»/., draw eneugh. Kal »jprefc *►*»/. ^fut. 

4 ?f11 to draw a bow by treading upon it. Kal parL PoeL 

s 1^17 ^ <^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^» "^ Loose, KALpret, 

6 ^bri to make bare ; to draw offl Kal inf. 

7 feWJ to go forth. Hiphil »pre«. ^fut. 

8 nj^ to take, to take by yiolence, to seize. Kal paH. FatQ. 

9 vho to fili PisL pret. to draw a bow with full strength, Ut, 

to fill the hand with a bow. 

10 n^^ to draw with a gentle hand. EIal ^prei. HiPHnj ^fut. 

11 ^^ to draw, to draw out, to draw after, to draw towards. To 

draw as beasts in the plough or wagon, Deut. xxi. 3. 
Figuratively, to draw iniquity along like a plough, keep- 
ing it at work, promoting and encouraging the practice 
• of it, with cords of vanity, idle precepts, arguments, and 
allegations, Isa. v. 18 ; or to draw to themselves punish- 
ment with the cords of iniquity, i. e. by their impiety 
'draw upon themselves vengeance with all their strength. 
To draw a bow, i Kings xxii 34. To protract, prolong, 
continue, lengthen out; so Jer. xxxi. 3 may be inter- 
preted, " I have extended to thee lovingkindness." To 
draw along, as those who draw in a large body, or army, 
Judg. iv. 6, XX. 37. Job xxi. 33, " shall draw after him,** 
i. e. shall follow him. Exod. xii. a i, ''draw out and take 
you a lamb." To lay hold, as one drags away another 
to death, punishment, &c. Ps. xxviii. 3 : Job xxiv. aa : 
Ezek. xxxii ao. Kal ^ pret, ^inf, •tmp. ^fut, •part, 
Foel. 

12 y^ to reach, to extend to. HiFHiL, to draw near: *prei, 

^fut. 

13 C^j^ to oome nea^. Kal * tmp. ^fttt, I^ipral •pret, Hith- 

TASL^imp. 

14 ITl^ to thrust, to be impelled, to be seduced. Niphal pret. - 
15, fi^^ to thrust out, to draw out. Kal part. Fafii 

16 prp to draw or puU asunder, to draw away. Kal ^preL Kl- 

phalV«*' Hiphil«»»/. Hophal «*|>rrt. 

17 ^HD to drag and tear along the ground. KAL^pret, ^inf, 

•fut, 

18 p^ri^ a^. taken away, sc. from the mother's breast, set fi:ee, 

weaned. 

19 p>B to go out; to give out, to ftunish, to supply. HiPHlLyW. 

20 rUlB to open ; to set loose, to free. Kal ^pret. ^ part, Patti 

« n^nns /. pi. drawn swords. 

21 y^p to -draw or come near, to approach. Kal ^pret, ^tmp. 

•fid. HiPHiL ^pret. •fut. 'i^^ adj. drawing near, 
s n^^i^ /. approach, drawing near. 



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pTI to pour out ; to draw out, the sword, &c., troops for war. 
HiPHiL* pre*. *»tmp. «/tt<. 

23 Hfil to be weak ; of the day deolining. Kal pret. 

24 3«E^ to draw water. Kal »prrf. *»tn/. ««»?. «*/trf. •par*. Poel. 

'D'aut^Jg i». places of drawing water. 

25 3M^ to return ; to draw back. Hiphil *pret. ^paH. 

28 *1^ to draw out or extract ; to draw off or pull offl Kal ^yr€L, 

^imp, ^fuL * pari. PoeL •paH. Patil. 
27 *)Kn to be marked out or off, to be described, as a boundaiy. 

KALpreL 



Gen.zTiii.2S. 


ISb 


lSam.TiLlO. 


18 e 


Ps. Ixxxv. 6. 


lid 


xxiv. 11. 


2le 


ix.ll. 


24b 


lxixviii.8. 


12 a 


xziv. 18, 48. 


24b 


ix.18. 


18 b 


cviLlS. 


12 b 


xxiv. 19. 44, 4ft. 


24d 


xiv. 86. 


21c 


cxix.160. 


21a 


xxiv. 20, 20. 


24bd 


xiv. 88. 


18 a 


Prov. XX.6. 


8c 


xxxviLSS. 


lid 


xvii.16.40. 


18b 


xxiv. 11. 


8 


xxxviii28. 


25b 


xviL41. 


21 f 


Eocles-xiLl. 


12 a 


xhrii2». 


21 c 


xvii.46. 


210 


Cant. L 4. 


lie 


Kxod. ii. 10. 


10 a 


xvii. 61. 


260 


Isa-v.lS. 


lie 


iLie. 


2c 


XXXL4. 


26b 


V.19. 


210 


iLl9.a 


8ba 


2 Sam. X. IS. 


18 b 


xiLS. 


24a 


iiL6. 


210 


xvii. 18. 


17 a 


xxLl5. 


16 


xii21. 


11 c 


xviii. 2&. 


21 f 


xxvi. 17. 


21e 


xiv. 10. 


21 d 


xxii.l7. 


10 b 


xiviiL9. 


18 


XV. 9. 


22c 


xxiiLlS. 


24d 


xxix.lS. 


18 


XX. 21. 


18 c 


xxiv. 9. 


26d 


xli.6. 


2la 


Lev.ix.6. 


21 


lKing8ii.l. 


210 


xiv. 20. 


18 d 


xxvi.88. 


22a 


vUi. 8. 


1 


lvii.8. 


21b 


Num. xxiL 23, 8L 


266 


xxii.84 


11 a 


lvii.4. 


1 


Deut. xzi. 8. 


11 a 


2KingauL26. 
ix.a. 


26d 


IviU. 10. 


19 


XXV. 11. 


21a 


9 


Ixvi. 19. 


lie 


xxix.lL 


246 


1 Ghron. x. 4. 


26b 


Jer. xxii. 19. 


17 b 


XXX. 17. 


14 


xi. 18. 


2ld 


XXX. 21. 


2ld 


Josh. V. 18. 


26e 


xix.14. 


18 b 


xxxi.8. 


11 a 


viiie. 


16 c 


xix.16. 


7b 


xxxviii,lS. 


lid 


viiLlL 


ISb 


xxi. 6. 6. 


26d 


xlvi. 8. 


18 a 


viiLie. 


16 b 


xxi.l6w 


26e 


xlix.2i. 


17 


yiii.2a. 


26a 


2 Chron. v. 9. 


1 


1.46. 


17 c 


ix. 21. 28. 27. 


24e 


xiv. 8. 


4 


Lam.ii.8. 


26a 


XV. 9. 9, 11. 


27 


xviii 88. 


11 a 


iii. 67. 


21a 


xviii. 14b 17. 


27 


E8th.v.2. 


21c 


iv.8. 


6 


Judg. iii. 22. 


26a 


ix.l. 


12 a 


Exek.v.2^12. 


22e 


iv.6,7. 


11a 


Job XX. 26. 


26a 


vii.12. 


12 a 


v. 11. 


24 f 


xxi. 88. 


lid 


ix.l. 


21a 


Tiii.10. 


26d 


xxiv. 22. 


11a 


xU.14. 


22c 


viiL20. 


26a 


xxxiiL22. 


21c 


XXL 8, 6. 


7a 


ix.54. 


26b 


X1.2S. 


2 


xxi. 28. 


20b 


xix.9. 


28 


xli.1. 


lid 


xxii 4. 


2le 


xix.18. 


21c 


P8.X.9. 


lib 


xxviii7. 


22a 


XX. 2, 14. 17. 26, 86, 


xviiLie. 


Mb 


XXX. 11. 


22a 


46. 


26d 


xxviii.S. 


lid 


xxxii.20. 


lie 


XX. 81. 


16 d 


XXXV. 8. 


22b 


Hos.xi.4. 


lid 


XX. 82. 


16 a 


xxxvii. 14. 


20a 


Joel iii. 9. 


18 b 


XX. 87. 


lid 


Iv. 21. 


20c 


Nah.iiLl4. 


240 


ButhlLS. 


24d 


Ixix. 18. 


21b 


Zeph. iiL 2. 


21a 


iv. 8. 


26c 


lxxiiL28. 


ng 


Hag.iil6. 


6 


lSanLvii.6. 


24d 














a UL drawing he drew. 










DBEAD. 









1 rWK /. terror. 

2 ^rn Ch. to fear, to be afraid ; to terrify. P*al par*. PU . 
8 nn m. dismay, terror, dread. 

4 K^^ to fear ; to be feared, fearful. Kal *fiU, KiPHAL ^part. 

on^v /. fear, terror. * k^^d m. id. 

5 y?y to terrify, to make afraid; to fear, to be afraid, to tremble. 

Kal •/!*<. Hiphil »> pore. 

6 ^HB to tremble, to be in trepidation; to fear, to be afraid. 

"^OP i». fear, terror. 



Gen.ix.2. 


8 1 1 Chron. xxiL 18. 


4a 


xxviii.l7. 


4 b Job xiiL 11. 




Exod. XV. 16. 


6 xiii. 21. 




Bent. L 29. 


6 a xv.21.a 




ii.26. 


6 J8a.viiLl8. 


6b 


xL2i. 


4d|£zek.il8.^ 


4o 



Dan. vii 7.19. 


2 


ix.4. 


4b 


Hab. i. 7. 


4b 


MaLi.14. 


4b 


iv.6. 


4b 



a marg. 'a sound of fiears.' 



fi lit, aad fear wu to them. 



DBHAM. 

1 7^ m. master, owner ; dreamer, lit, master of dnams. 

t thn to dream. Kal »pre<. ^fuL «pare. PoeL Hiphil 'part 

• D^bn m. a dream. Dreams are put for {oIBibb, trifles. 

Gen. xz. 3, 6, ko, 'Dbn Ch. m. id, Dan. iL 4, &a 



Gen. xxviii. 12. 2b 

xxxviL 6, 6. 2 b e 

xxxvii. 6, 0. 2 e a 

xxxvii 9^ 9, 9, 

9. 2 b e 2 a e 

xxxviL 10. 10. 2 e a 
xxxvii 19. 1, 2 a 

xL6,6,6,6. 2b2eee 
zL8^6. Saa 



Gen. xli 1. 2 c 

xli6. 2b 

xU. 11, 11, n, 

U. 2be2ae 

xli 16. 16, 1ft. 2aee 
xlii. 9. 9. 2 e a 

Deut. xiii 1, 1. 2 c e 
xiii8,S. 2oe 

ziiift^ft. See 



Judg. vii 18^ 18, 

18. 
Pa cxxvi 1. 
laa^ xxix. 8, 8. 
Jer. xxiii 26, 2S. 

xxix.8,& 
Dan. ii 1.1. 

ii.8,8,S. 
Joel ii 28^ 28. 



Seae 
2e 

2b 
2a 

Sed 
2ad 

2aee 
2be 



DBBGS. 

nySp /. according to ancient interpreters, the dregs winch sob- 
side to the bottom of the cup. Gesenius, the gotiet 
cup, but the former meaning suits best the context, and 
agrees with similar expressions in the Prophets and 
Rev. xiy. 10. The idea of dregs is taken i^m the cus- 
tom of mixing various substanoes to produce an intoxi- 
cating quality in wine : Isa. 11. 1 7, 23. 
D^DB^ m.pl. lees: Ps. Ixxv. 8. 

DBB88. 

1 2iy* to be good ; to make good. HiPHIL ti^. 

2 *T39 to labour ; to work at, to labour in anything, to till tbe 

ground, to dress a Tineyard, &c. Kal * pret. ^ inf. 

3 nby to work about anything, to prepare food. Kal •preL 

^inf. •imp, ^fu$, •part. Pikiil, "ready dressed.' Ni- 
rHAL fprei. 



Gen. ii 1ft. 

xviii 7. 

xviii 8. 
Bxod. XXX. 7. 
Lev. viiBk 



2b 

8b 

8a 

1 

s r 



Dent, xxviii 88. 

1 Sam. XXV. 18. 

2 Sam. xii 4h 4. 
xiii 6. 

xiii 7. 



2a 

8e 

Sbd 

Sa 

So 



2Sam.xix.94. 
1 Kin^ xvii. 12. 

xviii. 28» 2ft. 

xviii 28. 



Sa 
Sa 

Sd 
So 



DBINK, DBXJNEABD, DBXJNKEirsrBSS. 

1 KDd to absorb, to drink up eagerly, to swallow. Hifhil taifi. 

2 fcOD to drink to excess, to tope ; the primary idea seems to be 

that of sucking up, absorbing. Kal ^part, PoeL ''pari. 
Patil. « Hlb m. wine, a carousal. 

S p^V to oppress, to treat with yiolence and injustice ; to defraud 
and extort. Kal fut. Job xL 13. But a very difiereot 
sense is given to this verse by Boohart, Gesenius, Nojes, 
Schultens, Umbreit, Prof Iiee, and Bosenmiiller. Ac- 
cording to their interpretation, the meaning is, "Hw 
stream overfloweth and he feareth not; he is secare, 
even though Jordan rush forth even to his mouth." Lxx. 
*E^ yivTfTM w\rififi6p€if ic.t.X. — Bu^ 

4 rvn to drink to the full, to be satisfied, sated with drink. 
Kal *pnt. Hithil ^prel. ^nr^ <Ky, satiated with 
drink. 

ft 153^ to drink to the ftill, to drink to hilarity ; to drink deeply, 
to be filled with drink, to be drunken, intoxicated; 
nutaph, m the prophets, tbe widced are said to be 
drunken when they rush, by a sort of madness, to 
their own destruction ; comp. Jer. xxv. 16, 17, in which 
there may also be an allusion to medicated wine; m 
below. Kax. 'jpreS. »»itf. ''imp. ^/ut. •pari, Fsfil 



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Phl »ti^. tfut, kjDftr*. HiPHiL ifire^ ^imp, \fui. 
HiTHPAZL ^fmt, ""^^^ m. texnetum, strong drink; 
wine mixed with frankincense ; given to male&ctors 
ftbont to be executed ; any intoxicating liquor, whether 
wine, or an intoxicating drink resembling wine prepared 
or distilled from barley, honey, or dates ; it is then often 
distinguished from wine. <> )^'^|^ m. drunkenness, v "f^av? 
adj, drunken, 
e npfiS^ to drink ; to give to drink, to let drink ; seq. dtqfl. ace, of 
person and thing ; also #09. 1 of thing, Ps. Ixxx. 5 ; ]P of 
anything, Oant-viii «. HiPHiL»j)rrt. »>wi/. «fmp. ^fut. 
•part. '1^^ «. drink. «'V«J m. id. »»ng«>o m. id. 

7 T\SW to drink ; »eq. aee. of drink, seq. ]P Job xxi 20 ; seg. } of 
anything, with the notion of enjoyment, Pror. ix. 5 ; 
also Hq. a of the Tessel, Amos vi. 6. Metaph. Job xy. 16. 
" drinking in iniquity like water," i.e. as greedy of it as 
a thirsty man is of water. Good supposes there may be 
an allusion to the huge draught of water which the camel 
makes. But in Prov. xxvL 6 the same phrase is taken 
in a passive sense, the lame man drinketh in injury, i. e. 
must suffer it, cannot avenge it. With inf., certainly, 
assuredly, surely. KAL^pret. ^i^f. ^imp. ^fut. *part. 
PoeL NiPHAL tfut. nn^ Ch. id. P'al *prtt. ^fut. 
^pari. ^ J^'O^ /• • drinking, carousing. » f^i?^9 m. a 
drinking, drink, banquet. '^ *rv) m. drinking, drunken- 



Gen. ix. 21. 21. 


7d.6dl 


Deut. xxix. 19. 


4o 


xix.S2, 13,84^81. 6d| 


xxxiLl4^88. 


7d 


xxLl9. 


6d 


xxxii.42. 


6 1 


xxiv. 14^ 14 




Jud^.lv.19,19. 


6cd 


14. ' 


7dc6d 


7b 


xxiv. 17. 


1 


S!'W.*' 


7d 


xxiv. 18. 18. 


7c.6d 


xiii.4,4. 


7d,6n 


xxiv. 19, 19. 


6b.7b 


xia.7,7. 


7d.6n 


xxiv. 28. 


• 7b 


xiii. H 14. 


7d.6n 


xxiv. 48, 45. 


60 


XV. 19. 


7d 


xxiv. 44. 


7c 


xix.4.6,2L 


7d 


xxiv. 40^ 46. 4C 


K 


Bath ii 9. 


7a 


46. 7c0d.7d«6a| 


iii.3. 


7b 


xxiv. 54. 


7d 


iiL7. 


7d 


XXV. 84. 


7d 


lSam.L9. 


7b 


xxvi.SO. 


7d 


L18. 


6p 


xxviL26. 


7d 


il4. 


6m 


XXX. 88. 88. 


7b 


L 16, IB. 


7a.6n 


xlui.34. 


7d 


XXV. 86. 


11 


xliv.6. 


7d 


XXX. 11. 


Bxod.vii.U,fi«84 


XXX. 12. 


7a 


24. 


7b 


xzi. 16. 


7e 


XV. 28. 


7b 


2Sam.xi.lL 


7b 


xv.24w 


7d 


XL18.U. 


'*?5 


xviLl. 


7b 


xiL8. 


xvii2. 


7d 


xvi.2. 


7b 


xriLe. 


7a 


xix.85. 


7d 


xxiv.lL 


7d 


xxiii.18. 


6d 


xxxiLe. 


7b 


xxiii.16,17. 


7b 


xxxii.20. 


6d 


lKingii.28. 
ivT^). 


7 e 


xxxiv. 23. 


7a 


7e 


IJ0V.X.9.9. 


7d.6n 


X.21. 


6h 


xi.84.84. 


6h.7f 


xiiL8.9.16.17.18. I 


Vvan.y.%KV. 


6a 


19.22.2i. 


7d 


v.aa. 


6d 


xiiL28. 


7b 


vi.8»S,8. 




xvi9,9. 


'*?S 


8. 6n,7d«6n,7d 


xvii 4. 6. 10. 


vi.20. 


7d 


xviii.41. 


7o 


XX. 6. 


7b 


xviii.42. 


IS 


XX. 8. 


6a 


Xlx.6.8. 


XX. 11. 17. 19. 


7d 


XX. 12. 


7 e 


xxi. 22. 


7d 


XX- 16, 16. 


7e.6p 


xxiiL24. 


7d 


2 Kings iii. 17. 


7a 


xxxiii.14. 


7b 


7d 


Dettt.ii6.28. 


7a 


viLa^ 


7d 


ix. ». 18. 


7a 


ix.84. 


7d 


xi.ll. 


7d 


xvlii.27. 


7b 


xiv.26. 


6n 


xviiL8L 


7o 


xxL20. 


2a 


xix.24. 


7a 


xxviiLaO. 


7d 


lChron.xil7. 


6d 


xxix.«^e. 


7s»6n 


XLI8. 


7b 



1 Chron. xi 19, 
xiL89. 
xxix. 22. 

2 Chron. ix. 10. 
xxviiLl6.« 

£uaiii7. 

X.6. 
Neh.viiLlO. 

viiLl2. 
Esth.L7. 

i.8. 

ilLlS. 

iv.16. 
JobLi. 

i.18,18. 

vi.4. 

xii.26. 

XV. 16. 

xxi 20. 

xxii.7. 

xxxiv. 7. 

xL28. 

PB.XXXVi8. 

L18. 

lx.8. 

lxix.12. 

lxix.2L 

lxxv.8. 

bExviiild. 

Ixxviii44. 

Ixxx. 6. 

cii.9. 

civ. 11. 

cvii27. 

ex. 7. 
Prov. iv. 17. 

V.16. 

ix.6. 

XX. 1. 

xxiii. 7. 

xxiii21. 

XXV. 21. 

xxvi. 6. 

xxvi9. 

xxxi.4,4. 

xxxi.6,7. 

xxxi6. 
Socles, ii 24. 

iii. 18. 

V.18. 

viliU. 



19. 7db 
7e 
7d 
6h 
6d 
7 1 
7a 
7o 
7b 
6b 
7k 
7b 
7d 
7b 
7e 
7e 

7 e 
7d 
6d 
7d 
8 
6d 
7d 
6a 
7eb6n 
6d 
7d 
6d 
7d 
6d 
6 f 
6d 

?S 

7d 
70 
70 
6n 
7o 
2a 
60 
7e 
6p 
7bs.6n 
7d 
611 
7a 
7a 
7b 
7b 



Bodes, ix. 7. 

X.17. 
Cant V. 1.1,1. 

viii. 2. 
Isa. V. 11. 

v.22,22. 

xix.14. 

xxi 6. 

xxii. 18, 18. 

xxiv.9. U,9. 

xxiv. 20. 

xxviii. 1. 8. 

xxviii. 7. 7. 7. 

xxix. 8. 

xxix. 9, 9. 

xxxii6. 

xxxvil2. 

xxxvi. 16. 

xxxvii. 25. 

xliii20. 

xliv.12. 

xlix.26. 

li. 17. 17. 

Ii21. 

li.22./i 

lvi.12. 

lxU.8.9. 

Ixiii6. 

lxv.18. 
Jer. ii 18. 18. 

viii 14. 

lx.15. 

xiii 18. 



70 
7m 

7ao,6c 
6d 
6h 

7b,5n 

n 

7b 
7d,5n,7e 
5P 
*P 
6n 
7e 
an 
6h 
7b 
7c 
7a 
6b 
7a 
5d 
7a 
ce 
7b 
ftn 
7d 

?S 

li 

6a 
60 



Jer.xvi7. 


6di 


Bzek.xxxix.17. 


7a 


xvi.8. 


7b, 


xxxix. 18. 


7d 


xxii 15. 


7a| 


xxxix.19,19. 


7a,5o 


xxiii. 9. 


5p' 


xliv. 21. 


7d 


xxiii. 15. 


6a 


Dan.i5.8»l«.16L 7 1 


XXV. 16. 


6a 


il2.Y 




XXV. 16. 


7a 




XXV. 17. 


6d 


V.2. 




XXV. 26. 


7d 


v.8.4. 




XXV. 27. 27. 


7c5c 


Hos.ii5. 




XXV. 28. 28. 


7b,7bd 


iv. 18. 




XXXV. 2. 


6a 


Joel i 5. 5. 


•P'JI 


XXXV. 6. 


7c 


iii. 8. 




XXXV. 6, 6. 


7d 


AmosiiS. 




XXXV. 8. 


7b 


iil2. 




XXXV. 14^ 14. 


7ba 


iv.L 




xlvi. 10. 


4a 


•iv.8. 




Xlviii.26. 


5k 


v.lL 




xlix.12,12. 




vi6. 




12. 7h,7bd.7bd 


ix.14. 




li7,7. 


6h.7a 


Obad. 16, 16^ 16. 


7ada 


li. 89, 67. 


5 i 


Jonah iii 7. 




Lam. iii 15. 


4b 


MicahiilL 




iv.21. 


5d 


vil5. 




V.4. 


7a 


Nah.il0.10. 


2cb 


Baek.iv.ll.ll,16L 7d 


iiilL 




xii. 18. 19. 


7d 


Hab.iil5.15. 


6e,5f 


xxiii. 88. 


7d 


iil6. 




xxiii 88. 


50 


Zeph.il8. 




xxiii 84. 


7a 


Hag.i6.6w 
ZedLvii6,6. 


7b.6b 


XXV. 4. 


7d 


7de 


xxxi 14, 16. 


7e 


ix.15. 




xxxiv. 18. 19. 


7d 







a tit. fed them and gave them drink, 
drink it. y lU. and we will drink. 



p nt, thou Shalt not add to 



DBIKE-OFFBBINO. (See OFFBHUTG.) 

DBIVB. 

1 rnS to flee. HiPHiL, to make to flee : prH. 

2 IShd to expel, drive, or cast out ; implying also violenoe, power, 

anger, or hatred in the agent ; as mire is oast up by the 
sea, Isa. Ivii. ao ; as oar first parents were driven out of 
Paradise, Gen. iii. 34 ; as a son is thrust out of his 
other's house, Judg. xi. 3, 7 ; a wife from the house of 
her husband by divorce. Lev. xxi. 7, 14, &c. ; Moses 
and Aaron from the presence of Pharaoh, Exod. x. 1 1 ; 
Gaal and his brethren frtmi dwelling in Sichem, Judg. 
ix. 41 ; inhabitants from a country or city, Zeph. ii. 4, 
Exod. xxxiiL 2. Henoe it applies to that which is 
acted on by violence; see Trottbled. The use of the 
word mostly carries with it the idea of shame and dis- 
grace, and in many cases of just execution of a sentence 
of banishment, Exod. xxxiv. 11. Kal *part. PoeL 
PiBL ^ prtt. f inf. */««. PoAL •ffU. 

3 nm to thrust, push, to overthrow ; to be cast down by death 

or irretrievable calamity : Ps. xxxvi 12. NiFHAL/ut. 

4 ^*in to drive away totally, so as to destroy or ruin. Kal 

^pret. ^ftU. 
6 T^n to bring forth. PoLSL fat. Prov. xxv. «3, marg. 'or, 
bringeth forth.' This is undoubtedly the proper mean- 
ing, rather than 'drive away,' which some have deduced 
from 7ih>)n abtU. 

6 yyO Ch. to thrust. F*AL^ pari, active. ^ part, pamve. 

7 Cn^ to possess, to take possession, to drive another from pos- 

session. With t»/., utterly, without fuL Kal ^fui. 
Num. xxi. 3a, a»n3, Htphtl ^pret, ^inf, ^fut. •part. 

8 fc^^d lee Oppretior. KALpart. PoeL 

9 tnj to remove away. HiPHiL/tU. a^ns. 



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10 rn^ to pnsli, to thrnst with great force. Niphal * pref . ^ jxirC 

PUAL«|Mir«. HiPHILdprd. •!»/. '/trf. 

11 ^*U to driye awaj, to disperse. Kal ^fui, Kiphal ^pr€<. 

U ^nj to lead, to drive a cart, Ac. Kal ^pret, ^imp. ^fut, 
^part, Poel. Piel •fut, '^v^po m. driying of a chariot. 

Bee Blow. 'BrPTOLfuL 

to oast out. TiZLfut, 

to let loose^ to drive asunder. MiFBlLfut, 

to turn about, back. NiPHALytit. 

to go back. Niphal/k<. 

to scatter. Htthil pret. 

to be fiu: ; to remove fiftr away. "HiFBiLfiU. 

m, a rider, horseman ; driver of a chariot. 

to take away captive. Niphai^ prd. 



13 2^^ 

14 ^} 

16 "mj 

16 33D 

- T 

17 ilD 

18 f^B 

19 prn 

20 nan 

21 nnc^ 



Gen.iiL24 

iv.14. 

XV. IL 
Exod. ii 17. 

vil. 

X.ll.a 

xiv. 25. 

xxii.lO. 

xxiiL28,81. 

xxiii. 28, 80. 

TTTJi l. 2. 

xxxiv. IL 
Kum. xxL 82. 

xxii. 6. 

xxiill. 

xxxii. 21. 

xxxiii. 62. 

xxxiii. 66. 
Deut. iv. 19. 

iv.88. 

ii.S. 

ix.4^6. 

xi.28. 

xviii.12. 

XXX. 1. 

XXX. 4. 
Josh. iii. 10.^ 

xiii. 6. 

xiv. 12. 

XV. 14. 

XV. 68. 

xvLYo. 

xvii.12. 

xvii. 18.y 

xviim 

xxiiL6. 



2d| 
2b> 
18 
2d 
2d 
2dl 
12e 
211 
2bj 
2d 
2bl 
2a 
7iWor. b 
2d 
2bf 
7 c I 
7b 
7d 
10 a 
70 
7b 
7e 
7b 
7e 
10 d 
10 b 
7cd 
7d 
7b 
7d 
7c 
7b 
7c 
7ob 
7d 
7b 



Josh, xxiii 9. 

xxiiLlS. 

xxiv. 12, 18. 
Judg. L 19, 19. 

L 21, 27, 29, SO, 
82,88. 

i28.Y 

iL8. 

iL21,2S. 

vi. 9. 

XL24. 

1 Sam. xxvL 19. 
XXX. 20. 

2 8am. vL 8. 

1 Kings xxiL 84 

2 Kings iv. 24. 
ix. 20, 20, 20. 
xvi.6. 
xviL 21. 9, 

1 Chron. viiL IS. 
xiiL7. 
xvii. 21. 

2 Chron. xx. 7* 
Job vi. 18. 

xiiL26. 
xviii.ll. 
xviii. 18b 
xxiv. 8. 
XXX. 6. 
xxxix.7. 
P8.i.4. 
xxxiv. title 
xLl4. 
xUv.2. 
lxviii.S;2. 
cxiv.8,6. 



7d 

7c 

2d 

7do 

81* 

7b 

7bc 

7d 

7 c 

2d 

7b 

2b 

12 a 

12d 

20 

12 b 

12ffc 

14 

or.lOf 

1 

12d 

2c 

7b 

10 a 

Ud 

18 

4b 

12c 

2e 

8 

11a 

2d 

17 

7b 

Uoa 

16 



Prov. xiv. 82. 

xxii 16. 

XXV. 23. 
Lia.viii.22. 

xix. 7. 

xxii 19. 

xli.2. 
Jer. viii. 8. 

xvi 16. 

xxiii 2. 

xxiii 8, 8. 

xxiii. 12. 

xxiv. 9. 

xxvii 10. 

xxvii. 16. 

xxix. 14 18. 

xxxii 87. 

xl.l2. 

xliii. 6. 

xlvil6. 

xlvi.28. 

xlix.6. 

il7. 
Exek.iv.lS. 

xxxi.ll. 

xxxiv, 4. 10. 
Dan. iv. 26, 82. 

iv.33. 

V.21. 

ix.7. 
Hos. ix. 16. 
Joel ii 20. 
Micah iv. 6, 
Hab.iiie. 
Zeph.ii4. 

m.19. 



a lU. and one drove them, 
driving he did not drive out. 



p lU, driving he will drive oat. 



8 

19 

6 

10 

lib 

4a 
lid 
10 d 
10 d 
10 f 
10 d 
8 
10 f 
10 d 
10 e 
10 d 
10 d 
10 a 
10 a 

4a 
10 d 
10 a 
10 d 
10 f 

2b 
10 b 

6a 

6b 

6b 
lOd 

2d 

10 d 

10 b 

16 

2d 
10 b 

y M. 



DBOMBDAB7. 

*1!pn m. and nipSl /. a young camel : Isa. Ix. 6 : Jer. ii. 23. 

Bochart and Gesenius. 
fi^pl m, a horse of a nobler and fleeter race, a steed, courser : 

I Kings iv. 38. Bochart. 

Tj^*} /. a dromedary : Esth. viii 10. According to Gesenius and 
others, a mare. 

DBOP. 

X DyJK m. pi. drops of dew, from their globular form : Job 
zzxviii. 38. Gesenius, reservoirs of dew ; comp. in 
ver. 22, the storehouses of the snow and hail. 

S ^ to drop, to drip, to distQ. Kal *fiU. ^V)^^ m. a 
dropping. 



t{?7} m. a flowing : i Saio. xiv. 16, Ut, a droppings of honey. 
*1p m. a drop, from the idea of flowing : tee Myrrh, 
Tti to flow, to run as liquids. "KAhfiU, 
^03 to drop, to fall in drops, to distil ; metaph. of diMourse. 
Kal *pret. ^fut. ^part, PoeL Htphtt. ^prd, •imp. 
*fut, « »]9 J tn. a drop. 
T IpJ to be poured out. Niphal prrf. 
8 ^^]^ to drop, distil, metaph. of speech. Kal/uL 
D^p^p"! m. pi drops, dew-drops. 

10 ^^ to drop, distil, as clouds drop down dew. Kal *fut. 
HiPHiL^tmp. 



Deut. xxxii S. 



Judg. V. 4 4. 
1 Sam. xiv. 26. 
2Sam.xxi 10. 
Job xxix. 22. 

xxxvi27. 

xxxvi28. 

xxxviii28. 



8 

8 

6a 

8 

7 

6b 

6S 

6 

1 



Ps. Ixv. 11, 12. 

IxviiiS. 
Prov. iii. 20. 

V.8. 

xix. 18. 

xxvii. 16. 
Eocles.x.18. 
Cant. iv. 11. 

V.2. 



10 a 
6a 

10 a 
6b 
2b 
2b 
2a 
6b 
9 



Gsntv.6. 

V.18. 
Isa.xil6. 

xiv. 8. 
Ezek.xx.46. 

xxi2. 
Joel iii 18. 
Amos viil6. 

ix.18. 



6a 
60 
4 
10 b 
6e 
6e 
6b 
6f 
6d 



DB08S. 

X*0 m* what goes off from metal, rteedanea, scoria, dross; 
base metal, originally mixed with the finer, and sepa- 
rated from it by smelting : Ps. oxiz. 1 19 : Prov. xzr. 4 ; 
xxvi. 13 : Isa. i 22, 2$ : Ezek. xxii. 18, 18, 19. a^D m. 
id.: Ezek. xxii 18, l*n3. 

DBOUGHT. 

JXilt^ /. restraint : Jer. xvii. 8, marg. 'restraint ;* t. e. of rain. 
3"lh m. dryness: Gen. xxxi 40: Jer. L 38: Hag. L ii» 
)^3^rf m. id. heat of summer: Ps. xxxii. 4. 
n^^Mpri /■> pi' thirst ; great drought : Hos. xiii. 5. 

n^ /. dryness, drought : Job xxiv. 19 : Jer. ii. 6. 
nInvnV /. dry places: Isa. Iviii. 11. 
)iKtDy n^ a thirsty, i.e. diy region : Deut. viiL 15. 

DBOVB. 

n^no com. army ; company : Gen. xxxiii. 8. 
ir\}! m. flock : Gen. xxxii. 16, lit. drove, drove; 16, 16, 19. 

DBOWM". 

ySD to sink, to be sunk, immersed. PUAL pret. Exod. zr. 4. 

f\C\Sf to gush or pour out abundantly ; to overthrow, to over- 
whelm. Kal fut. Cant. viii. 7. 

npC^ to drink, to give drink. Niphal pret. Amos viii 8, l^nsw 

yj^(^ to sink, to subside ; to be submerged, overflowed, drowned. 
Kal pret. Amos ix. 5. Niphal pret. Amos viii. 8. 

DBOW8INB8S. 

TttSC f. dumber, light sleep: Prov. xxiii. 3i. 

DBY. 

1 \^\2 to be ashamed. Kal fut. Hoe. xiii. 15, "with shame 

shall dry up." See Appendix, Paronomasia. 

2 /^ to hang down ; to be slack, languid, feeble ; to be brought 



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low. Kal fTtt, Job zzTiii. 4. Qoeenins, of minen 
letting themflelyes down into the pits or shafts. 

3in to be dry ; in a less degree than «73^, when distingnished 
from it, as in Gen. viii. 13, 14: it means, therefore,, 
only the taking away of moisture in general, or from 
the surface; when these two words are used in con- 
nexion, a?n usually precedes, and V)^^ follows, as in 
Job xiv. 1 1, Isa. xix. 5. Prov. xvli. i, a dry morsel, 
not eyen dipped; comp. Lev. vii. 10. Kal ^pret, 
*>tmp. «yirf. PuAL«*prrt. 'BjFmL^prd, ^ftU, tpari, 
*»3Dn a4j. dry. ^anh m. dryness, drought, k nj^n /. 
dry land. 

^"in to be dry ; to be so dry as to be ready to bum. KiFHAL 
pret, 

fiSD^ to diy, or be dried up: it implies more than the two 
former; and is used of things moist, which become 
withered ; of rivers, &c., dried up : it is figuratively 
applied to the wasting of strength and vigour, Ps. 
xxii. 15, Num. xi. 6. With inf,, clean dried up. Kal 
•pret. »»*»/. «/««. PiEL */«*• HiPHiL •pra. ^fui. 
« «J J^ acfj. dry, dried up. >» n^|2 /. that which is diy, 
dry land. * nw|: /. id, 

njy /. aridity, drought. •JV^ m. arid land, 
nv ac^j, sunny, bright, serene; a warm and diy wind. 
• nns €uy, dry, with thirst. *► nn»ns /. an arid land. 
flKDV m. thirsty land, t.e. diy, parched. 
PPV to dry up, to be dry ; of the breasts. Kal part, PoeL 
rt7j^ to roasty to parch ears of com. Kal part. PatQ. 



6 
7 

8 
9 

10 

Gen.L9.10. 5h Job xiv. 11. 6a|l8a.liiL8. 6 

viL2a. 8 k zv.SO. 6dl lvL8. 6g 

viii. 7. 6 b xviii. 18. s c Jer. iv. IL 7 

viii IS, 18. 8 a zxviiL 4. 2 xxilL 10. 6 a 

viii 14. 6 a Ps. xxii 16. 6 a L 12. * 8 

Exod. iv.9.9. 6h i Ixiii. 1. 8 L88. 6 a 
xiv. 18k 22; 89. 6h IxviS. 6h li86;88. 8e>6e 

xiv. 21. 8 k lxviii8. 7 b U.48. 8 

^xv.l9. 6h lxix.8. 4 Bsek. xviL 24^ 84. 6eg 

Lev.iil4. 10 lxxiv.16. 6e xix. 12. 6e 

viilO. Sh XOV.6. 6 i xix. 18. - 8 

Num.vi8. 6g CV.41. 8 xx.47. 6 k 

xi8. 6govi9. 8c xxx. 12.y 8 k 

Josh, ii 10. 6 e ovii. 88. 8 xxxvii. ^4. 6 ff 

iiil7.17. 8 k cvii85.« 8 xxxvii IL 6 a 

iv.18. 8k Prov.xviil. 8h Ho8.ii8. 8 

iv. 22. 6h xvii22. 6d ix.14. 9 

iv. 23, 28. 6 e Isa. V. 18. 7 a ix. 18. 6 a 

V. 1. 6 e xix. 6. 6 a xiii. 16, 16. 1, 8 

ix.6,12. 6axix.8. 8a Joel i 10,8 12. 6e 

Judx. vi 87, 89, 40. 8 i xxv. 6. 8 a i 20. a 

xvl7, 8. 8d xxxii.2. 8 a Jonah i 9. 6h 

1 Kings xiii 4. 60 xxxvii 26. 8 f ii. 10. 6 h 
xvii. 7. 6 c xli. 18.^ 8 Nah. i.4,4, 6 d, 8 e 

2 Kings ii 8. 8 k xiii. 16, 16. 6 f i 10. 6 g 
xix. 24. 8 r xliv.3. 6h Zeph.ii.18. 8 

Neh.ix.ll. 6h xliv.27,27. 8 b, 6 f Hag. ii 8. 8k 

Job xii 16. 6 1. 8. 8 f Zech. x. IL 6 e 

xiii 26. 6g lilO. 8g xil7.« 6b c 

a lU, ground of drought. fi lit, land of drought y mora, 'drought' 

a maarg, * or, ashamed.' c lit, in drying shall be dried up. 

DB78HOD. 

T]^^ /. shoe : Isa. xL 15, ma/rg. 'in shoes.' 

DUE. 

7P2t m. owner : Prov. iii. 27, marg, 'from the owners thereof 
•JD'H m, word, matter, 8tc. : Neh. xi 23. 
pn m. statute, portion, due : Lev. x. I3,'i3, 14, 14. 
tiWO m, judgment, right : Deui xviii. 3. 



DXJKB. 

^\^ and ^?M m, head of a fivmily, or tribe, %, e, who unites 
its members into one body: occurs in this rendering 
in Gen. xxxvi., Exod. xv., and i Chron. i. ; see also 
(hiide, 

1]^pJ m, see Prince: Josh. xiiLsi. Hengstenberg, vassals. 

DUIiOIMEB. 
iT3tep^D Ch./. Dan. iii. 5, marg, 'symphony, or, singing;' 10, 15. 
iTJbp Ch./. Dan.uLio,a'n3. 

DUMB. 

D/K to bind, to confine; tongue-tied, dumb, silent. Nifhal 
pret, Ps. XTXJT. 3, 9 : Isa. liii. 7 : Ezek. iii 26 ; xxxiii. 
13 : Dan. x. 15. fut, Ezek. xxiv. 27. dVm adj, mute, 
dumb : Exod. iv. 11 ; Ps. xxxviii 13 : Prov. xxxi. 8 : 
Isa. XXXV. 6 ; Ivi. 10 : Hab. ii. 18. 
DDVn ado. silent : Hab. ii 19. 

DUKG. 

1 n^BtS^ m, dung, a dunghill; trap, the emblem of deep and 

squalid poverty ; as it was the retreat of the poorest 
beggar. 

2 773 m, dung, from its roundness. *^^| m. dung; dried and 

used as fuel, giving a very offensive flavour to what 
is cooked. Some nations used even human dung, and 
cow-dung was not uncommonly employed. 

3 D^^Vll'^ m, pi, dove's dung, used in raising fruit, especially 

melons : a Kings vi 25. 
IpM m, dung, manure. • n^pi© /. a dunghilL 
D^K"in m. pi, excrement, dung: np. •onij m,pl,id, a*n3. 
^iij3 Ch. /. dunghilL » 'bij Ch. /. id. 
\fi'^^ m. excrement, dung, so called as being separated and 

thrown off; dung of sacrifices. 
HKiV /. excrement, ordure. 
^fiV m. excrement of animals. • 7^C^ m. id, l^ns. 



Exod. xxix. 14. 7 

Lev. iv. 11. 7 

viii. 17. 7 

xvi27. 7 

Nam. xix. 6. 7 

1 Sam. ii 8. 1 

1 Kings xiv. 10. 2 

2 Kings vi 26. 8, or 6 a 
ix.87. 4 
xviii 27. 8, or 6 a 



Ezra vi. 11. 
Neh. ii 18. 

iii. 18. 14. 

xii 31. 
Job XX. 7. 
Ps. Ixxxiii 10 

cxiii7. 
Isa. xxv. 10. 

xxxvi 12. 
Jer. viii 2. 



8 
1 

1 
1 

2a 
4 
1 

4a 

8,or6 

4 



Jer. ix. 22. 


4 


xvi4. 


4 


xxv. 83. 


4 


Lam. iv. 6. 


1 


Etek. iv. 12. 


2a 


iv. 16, 16. 


9, or 9 a, 2 a 


Dan.ii6. 


8a 


iii. 29. 


8a 


Zeph.il7. 


2a 


lUU.ii8,8. 


7 



DXJiroiiozr. 

iSH m, see Pit: Gen, xl. 15 ; xli 14 : Exod. xii 29, lit, house 
of the pit : Jer. xxxvii. 16, Ut, id,; xxxviii. 6, 6, 7, 9, 
10, II, 13 : Lam. iii. 53, 55. 

f)^3 m, house : Exod. xii. 29 : Jer. xxxvii. 16. 

DUBABLIL 

PUS ^' ol^> stable, durable : Prov. viii 18. p*nf at^, Isa. 
xxiii. 18. Gesenius, splendid; others, comely. "Ac- 
cording to the Arabic analogy, this word means 'ancient,' 
as an epithet of praise, and is accordingly resolved by 

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the modem writen into 'fine' or 'splendid."* — AUa^ 
{under in loe. 

DUBST. 
in^ to fear. KALfid. Job xxxiL 6, dont not, lU. feared. 

DUST. 

pM dust, small dust, tpec, such as is fine and light, easily 
driven by the wind, or raised by horses running ; hence 
distinguished £rom n^9, thick, heavy dust : Deut. xxviii. 
94. Poet, the dust of His feet, for the clouds, as if 
trodden of God : Nah. i. 3. Exod. ix. 9 : Isa. v. 24 ; 
xxiz. 5 : Ezek. xxvi. 10 : Nah. i. 3. 

pp^ to beat small, to crush, to make into powder. Hiphil 
joret, « Chron. zxxiv. 4. 

*1fi^ m. dust, dry earth : put for the grave or the sepulchre, 
Job XX. 1 1, xxL 26 ; hence put for the dead as about to 
dissolve into dust, Ps. xxx. 9, Eccles. xii. 7 ; to cast dust 
upon any one is to account him if^orthy of death, 
1 Sam. xvi. 13, Acts xxii. 33-34 l ^ ^a^ ^^^ ^ ^c^ 
the dust, of those who prostrate themselves in the dust ; 
" dust and ashes," a proverbial expression for the low- 
ness and frailty of human nature ; dust also implies that 
which is innumerable. Num. xxiii 10, Gren. ii. 7, &c. 

pn^ m. dust, fine dust ; a cloud : Isa. xl. 15. 

DUTY. 

"ISI m. word, matter, kc: 2 Chron. viii. 14 : Ezra iii. 4. 
njiy /. conjugal cohabitation, " duty of marriage i** Exod. xxi. 10. 

D'WABF. 

P5 a4j' slender, thin, lank, withered ; of a person, tabid, 
withered, or having a withered member : Lev. ^*i . ao, 
fnarff, ' or, too slender.' 

DWBIiIi. 

1 7nk m, tent, tabernacle ; dwelling, habitation, house. 

2 *)U tp sojourn, to dwell for a time. ELal ^pret, ^ inf, ^fvJt. 

^part. Poel. 'n^a^ m. sojourning. 

S "JT*! to remain, to dwell KAL*»n/. i^-^ Ch. Fal ^fut. ^jpart. 
*tio Ch. m. habitation. •t^iD Ch. m. id, 

4 b^l to dwell, to dwell with. Kal *fiU, ^ ^Ui and ^IT m, a 

dwelling, habitation. Poetic, 

5 njn to set oneself down in a place, to pitch a tent, to abide. 

Kal "prrf. ^fut, 

6 5B^ to sit down, to seat oneself; to remain, abide, tarry ; to 

dwell, to dwell in, to inhabit ; to dwell (together), as a 

family, in concord, Ps. cxxxiii. i. Kal ^pret, ^inf. 

^imp, ^ftU, •part, Poel. Hiphil 'pret. f imp. ^fut, 

^lyfSiQ m. habitation ; dweller. 
T 3n^ Ch. to sit P'al par*. 

8 f\M m, foundation ; place ; dwelling-place, fixed abode. 
y? to lodge all night. Kal/u/. 

10 TY\i m. seat in which one rests; habitation, dwelling. *ni3/.u{. 

11 jiyO m. habitation, dwelling. ^n^WD f,id. 



12 *ip^ to stand, to abide, continue. Kal pari. PoeL 

13 pC^ to lay oneself down ; to abide, to dwell ; seg. 1, and aee, 

of place ; also to pitch a tent, Job iii. 5. S<^ulteQ% 
"let the cloud pitch its tent over it." Good, "the 
gathered tempest pavilion over it." KAL'prcf. ^iaf. 
^imp. ^fiU. •parL PoeL ^part. PatiL Plkl «f>rrf. 
^inf. ^fut. Hiphil k/««<- 1?^ Ch. PA«L>pr«*. "^ItJ? 
m. tabernacle, dwelling, dwelling-place. 

14 K^ Ch. to loose ; to put up for the night ; to lodge, to dwelL 

P'al prd, 

Judjar. xviii 7. 

xii.2S. 
Euth i. 4. 

1123. 
lSam.tv.4 

xii. 8. 

xiLll. 

xix.18. 

xxii. 4. 

xxiiL29i. 

xxyiLS,S,6. 

xxviiT, U- 

xxxLT. 
2Sam.iL& 

V.9. 

vi-2. 

Tii.9.2. 

viL5. 

viL6. 

viLlO. 

ix. 12. 

ix.13. 

xiv. 28. 
IKingsiLaS. 

ii.38. 

iiu 17. 

iv.25. 

vLlS. 

vii. 8. 

viiLli. 

viiL 18.^ 

viii. 27. 

viii. SO. 8^48,401 

ix.16. 

XL 24. 

xii 2,88. 

xii. 17. 

xiiLll,2k 

XV. 18. 

XV. 21. 

xvii. S. 

xviiO. 

xxi 8. 
2 Kings iv. 18. 

vi.l. 

vi2. 

ziii.S. 

XV. 5. 

XVL8. 

xviL 24^ 87. 28. 

xviL26. 

xviiaOC 

xix.15. 

xix.88. 

xxii. 14. 

XXV. 84 
1 Chron. iiiB. 

iv.2S.88. 6 

iv.28,4U«^ 

iv.40. 

V.8. 

v.lO,18.2& 

V. 11. 88. 

vL88. 

vi.ft4. 

vii28» 

viiiSS^fBlMk 

ix.S.84Mka8 

ix.16. 

X.7. 

xi7. 

xiii8. 

xvlLl. 

xviL4 

xviii 

ZTii.*. 13 

U 



Gen. iv. 18. 


6d 


Num. xxiv. 21. 


6 i 


iv.20. 


6e 


xxxi. 10. 


6 i 


ix.27. 


18 d 


xxxii. 17. 


6a 


X.SO. 


6 i 


xxxii40. 


6d 


xi.2.Sl. 


6d 


xxxUi 40, 55. 


6e 


xiii. 6, 0. 


6b 


xxxiii. 53. 


6a 


xiii7. 


6e 


XXXV. 2, 8. 82. 


6b 


xiii. 18. 12. 


6a 


XXXV. 29. 


6 i 


xiiLl8. 


6d 


XXXV. 34 34. 


13 e 


xiv. 7. 12. 


6e 


Deut.i44^ 


6e 


xiv. 13. 


13 e 


i6w 


6b 


xvi 8. 


6b 


ii.48.29,29. 


6e 


xvi 12. 


13d 


iil0,20. 


6a 


xix. 29. 


6a 


iil2,12. 


6ad 


xix.80.80.80. 6dbd 


U.21. 


6d 


XX. 1. 


6d 


ii22.22. 


6ed 


XX. 15. 


6c 


ii2S,23. 


6ed 


xxi.20.2L 


6d 


iii 2. 


6e 


xxii. 19. 


6d 


iv.46. 


6e 


xxiii. 10. 


6e 


viu.12. 


6a 


xxiv. 3, 87. 82. 


6e 


xi.80. 


6e 


XXV. 11. 


6d 


xi 31. 


6a 


XXV. 18. 


13 d 


xii. 10, 10. 29. 


6a 


XXV. 27. 


6e 


xii. 11. 


ISh 


xxvi 2. 


13 c 


xiii. 12. 


6b 


xxvi 6, 17. 


6d 


xvii. 14 


6a 


xxvii. 39. 


6 i 


xix.1. 


6a 


xxx. 20. 


4a 


xxiii. 16. 


6d 


xxxiv. 10. 10. 


6dc 


XXV. 5. 


6d 


xxxiv. 16. 


6a 


xxvi. 1. 


6a 


xxxiv. 21, 28. 


6d 


xxviii 80. 


6d 


xxxiv. 22. 


6b 


xxix.16. 


6a 


XXXV. 1. 


6c 


XXX. 20. 


6b 


XXXV. 22. 


13 b 


xxxiii 12. 12. 


18da 


xxxvi.7. 


6b 


xxxiii 16. 


13 e 


xxxvi.8. 


6d 


xxxiii 20. 


13 a 


xxxvii. 1. 


6d 


xxxiii 28. 


13 d 


xxxviii. 11. 


6d 


Josh, ii 15. 


6e 


xiv. 10. 


6a 


vi25. 


6d 


xlvi.34. 


6d 


vii 7. 


6d 


xlvii.427. 


6d 


ix. 7. 16» 22. 


6e 


xlvii.6,6. 


6gd 
iSd 


X.6. 


6e 


xlix. 18. 


xU.2.4 


6e 


L22. 


6d 


xiii. 18. 


6d 


Bxod. ii 16. 


6d 


xUi. 21. 


6e 


ii.21. 


6b 


xiv. 4 


6b 


vUi22. 


12 


XV. 63. 


6d 


X.23. 


6 i 


xvi. 10. 10. 


6ed 


xii 40. 


6a 


xvii. 12. 


6b 


XV. 17. 


6b 


xvii 16. 


6e 


xxiii 33. 


6d 


xix. 47, 50. 


6d 


XXV. 8. 


13 a 


XX. 4 6. 


6a 


xxix.46. 


IS a 


xxi 2. 


6b 


xxix.46. 


13 b 


xxi 43. 


6d 


Lev. iii. 17. 


6 i 


xxii 19. 


13a 


vii 26. 


6 i 


xxii 33. 


6e 


xiii 46. 


6d 


xxiv. 2. 


6a 


xviU.3. 


6a 


xxiv. 7, 18. 


6d 


xix. 34. 


2d 


xxiv. 8. 16. 18. 


6e 


XX. 22. 


6b 


Jud#r. i 9. 10. 


6e 


xxiii 3. 14. 21. 81 


6 i 


il6.21.30,8a;88. 6d 


xxiii 48, 42. 


6d 


i27.86. 


6b 


xxiii 43. 


6 f 


i20,28. 


6ed 


XXV. 18. 19. 


6a 


iii 3. 


6e 


XXV. 29. 


6 1 


iii 6. 


6a 


xxvi 6. 


6a 


iv.2.6. 


6e 


xxvi. 82. 


6e 


vilO. 


6e 


xxvi 35. 


6b 


viii 11. 


13 f 


Num. V. 3. 


13e 


viii 29. 


6d 


xiii 18. 19. 19, 28; 




ix.2L 


6d 


29. 29, 29. 


6e 


ix.41,41. 


6db 


Xiv.26,46. 


6e 


x.1. 


6e 


xiv. 30. 


ISh 


xi.3. 


6d 


XX. 15. 


6d 


XL86. 


6b 


xxi 1.84. 


6e 


XV. 8. 


6d 


xxi. 15. 


6b 


xviilOt 


60 


xxi. 26, 81. 


6d 


xvii 11. 


6b 


zxiii9.« 


18d 


«viiLl. 


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6b 


Fi.d.6. 


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vi.l. 


18 b 


ci.7. 


6d 


16.26. 


66 


▼12.21,80^88,39. 6b 


oviL4. 


6 i 


xliv. 8. 


2b 


▼i.18. 


6d 


cviL84. 


66 


xliv.14. 


6b 


▼iii.2. 


6h 


oviL86. 


6h 


xlvi. 19. 


66 


Yiii. 11. 


6d 


cxiii.5. 


6b 


xlvii. 2. 


66 


X.17. 


6e 


cxx.5.6. 


13a 


xlviii. 9. 


66 


XL 6. 


6d 


CTTlii. 1. 


66 


xlviiL28,28. 


66,180 


xiri2. 


6e 


czxxii. 14. 


6d 


ilix.1. 


6a 


zix.4. 


6d 


oxxxiiL 1. 


6b 


xlix. 8. 30. 


6b 


zix.10. 


6e 


oxxxv. 21. 


18 6 


xlix.16. 


13 6 


ZX.8. 


6d 


cxxxix.9. 


18d 


xlix. 18. 


2c 


xxvi. 7. 


66 


cxL 18. 


6d 


xlix. 81. 81. 


66.13d 


xivi.21. 


6d 


oxliiLS. 


6 f 


xlix. 88» 88. 


11,2 c 


xiviii.18. 


6d 


Prov. i. 38. 


18 d 


LS. 


66 


xxz. 25. 


6e 


ii.21. 


18 d 


LS9.89,89. 


6da,13d 


xxz. 27. 


11 


iii.29. 


6e 


L40. 


2 c 


TTTi. 4^ 6. 


6e 


v«i.l2. 


18 a 


ILl. 


6e 


ZZZ1T. 22. 


66 


xxi. 9. 19. 


6b 


Ii.l8. 


13 6 


uxTi.16. 


11 


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10 


U.80. 


18m 


Esrau.70. 


6d 


xxiv. 15. 


10 


1L87. 


11 


iv. 17. 


7 


XXV. 24. 


6b 


U.43. 


6d 


vil2. 


13 1 


Cant. viiL 18. 


66 


Lam. i.8. 


6a 


Neh. iiL 20. 


6 6 


I8a.iv.5. 


8 


iv.21. 


6e 


iv.12. 


6e 


vi.5. 


66 


Ezek.iL 6. 


66 


vii.7S. 


6d 


▼iii.18. 


13 6 


iii. 15. 


66 


viii.14. 


6d 


ix.2. 


66 


vi.6. 


6 i 


xil,l. 


6db 


X.24. 


66 


viL7. 


66 


xl.2. 


6b 


XL6. 


2a 


xii. 2, 19. 


66 


xi. 8, 8. 4^ 25. 


6a 


xiiL20. 


18 d 


xvi.46.46. 


66 


xi.d,21. 


66 


xiiL21. 


18a 


xviL 28, 28. 


18ad 


xi.30. 


5b 


xvi.4. 


2c 


XXV. 4. 


18 m 


xiiLie. 


6» 


xviii.8. 


13 6 


xxvuL25,26,26. 6a 1 


Esth. ix. 19. 


66 


xviu.4. 


8 


XXXL6. 


6d 


Job iiL 5. 


13 d 


xxiiLlS. 


66 


xxxi. 17. 


6a 


iv. 19. 


18e 


xxiv. 6. 


66 


XXXU.15. 


66 


viii.22. 


1 


xxvL5. 


66 


xxxiv. 25, 28. 


6a 


xil4. 


18 k 


XXVL19. 


186 


xxivi. 17. 


66 


XT. 28. 


18 d 


xxix.l. 


5 a 


XXXVL28. 


6a 


xviii.15. 


18d 


XXI. 19. 


6d 


xxxvi. 33. 


6 f 


xyiii.l9. 


26 


xxxiLl6. 


13a 


xxxvii. 28. 


6 i 


xviiiaL 


18 m 


xxxii.18.18. 


6a, 13m 


xxxviL 25. 26, 26. 6 a | 


xix.16. 


2d 


xzxiiLS. 


13 6 


xxxviiL8. 


6a 


xxi.28. 


1,18m 


xxxiii. H 14 


2 c 


xxxviU.11,11 


,12. 66 


xxu.8. 


6d 


xxxiii. 16. 


13d 


xxxviiL 14. 


6b 


xxix. 25. 


13 d 


xxxiiL24. 


66 


xxxix. 6, 9. 


66 


XXT.6. 


18b 


xxxiv. 11, 17. 


13 d 


xxxix. 26. 


6b 


xxxyiiLl9. 


18 d 


xxxvii. 16. 


66 


xliiL 7. 


13 d 


xxxix.6. 


18 m 


xxxvii. 87. 


6d 


xliiL9. 


13a 




18 d 


xL22. 


6b 


xlviii. 15. 


®i 


Pfciv.8. 


6h 


xlviLS. 


6 6 Don. iLU. 


8d 


▼.4. 


2c 


xlix.20. 


6d 


U.22. 


14 


ix.ll.y 


66 


li.6. 


6e 


iL38. 


8c 


XV. 1. 


18 d 


lviL15. 


13 d 


iv.l. 


8 


xxiiie. 


6a 


lvifi.12. 


6b 


iv.12,21. 


8b 


xxiv.L 


66 


lxv.9. 


13 d 


iv.25,82. 


86 


X5nr.l8. 


9 


Jer.iL6. 


6a 


V.21. 


8e 


xxvi.8. 


18m 


iv.29. 


66 


vi.25. 


3 


xxviLi. 


6b 


vn.3. 


18 I H09. iv. 8. 


66 


xxxviL8.27. 


13 c 


vii.7. 


13 g, ix.8. 


6d 


xxxviL29. 


18 d 


ViiL 16. 


6 6 1 xii. 9. 


6h 


xlix.ll. 


13 m 


ix.l9. 


18 m xiv. 7. 


6 6 


xlix.14. 


4b 


ix.26. 


6e, JoeliiL17,2L 


13 6 


IiL 6. 


1 


xiL4. 


6 6 ' iii. 20. 


6d 


Iv. 15. 


26 


XX. 6. 


6 e Amos iiL 12. 


6e 


lxy.4. 


18 d 


xxiiL6. 


18 d V. 11. 


6d 


lxv.8. 


66 


xxiii. 8. 


6 a Yiii. 8. 


66 


IxvuLe. 


13 a 


xxiv. 8. 


6 6 ^ix.5. 


6e 


IxviiL 10. 


6a 


XXV. 5. 


6 Obad. 3. 


18 6 


xviii. 16,18. 


6b, 13 d 


XXV. 24. 


18 6 Micahiv.lO. 


18 a 


xviiL 18. 


18 b 


xivii.ll. 


6 a' VU.18. 


,S« 


xix.26. 


6 6 


xxix. 5. 28. 


6 ; vli. 14. 


18 6 


Iiiz. 85. 


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66!Nah.L5. 


66 


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18d 


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18 m ii.ll. 


11 


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6 a 1 iiL 18. 


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18 m 


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18 d ii. 8, 17. 
id Ze]ph.Ll8. 


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18k 


XXXV. 7, 10, 11. 


66 


lxxix.7. 


10 


XXXV. 9. 


6bi U.6. 


10 a 


Ixxx.l. 


66 


XXXV. 15. 


6 ii. 15. 


6o 


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66 


xxxix. 14. 


6d' iiL 7. 


11 


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8a 


XL5.9. 


6 c Hag.L4. 


6b 


lxxxv.9. 


18 b 


Xl.6. 


6d 


Zech.iL 7. 


6e 


lxxxTiL2. 


18m 


xl.10.10. 


6ec 


U.10,11. 


18 a 


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11 


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viii. 8. 8. 


13a 


xci. 1. 


60 


xlii.18,14. 


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viU.4. 


6d 


xoi. 10. 


1 


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xcjiv. 17. 


18 a 


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xiv. 11. 


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fi Ut a h<mie of habitation. y or.iittoth | 


(on Mb thitnie) in Zira, « 


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aw. dwelling. 








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colour^ 


to be bright^ daziling, { 



spoken especially of a bright red or soAriet oolotir, as of 
the scaiiet mantle or pallium of a prinoe;.* EIal porf. 
Paiil, Isa. bdii i. 

D\7^p m. pL head-bandsy tiaras, tnibans ; as dyed with different 
colours : Ezek. xxiii. 15. 

BAOI.ZL 
*1!S^ m. the eagle, king of birds^ armed itMoi a strong crooked 
beak and talons. It becomes remarkably bare 'in moult- 
ing time, when it oasts its feathers, Mioah i. 16 ; but 
appears in the beauty and gaiety of youth when they 
grow again, Isa. xL 31. Its wings are veiy large and 
strong, Ezek. xriL 3 ; its flight exceeding swift (Deut. 
zxviiL 49) and lofty, Prov. xxiii. 5 ; its sight very pene- 
trating and extensive. Job xxxix. 37-29. It is said to 
be very affectionate to its young, assisting and support- 
ing their flight, when they first leaT6 their nests, with 
its own wings. — BochaH. Exod. xix. 4, fto. "^^3 Ch. 
fit. id. 
Dm m. ntsm /. gier-eagle : a spdoies of the vulture, so called 
from its affection to its young. By the Naturalists it is 
called vuUw perchopterw. There are several flocks 
near Cairo, whreh feed upon the carrion and what is 
thrown without the city ; very hannless and inoffensive : 
Lev. XL 18 : Deut. xiv. 17. 

EAB. 

1 )TM to ponder, to give ear, to listen ; aJbs, Isa. i. 4, teg. ace. 

Gen. iv. 23 ; ^, *>^, ^5, and ij?, both of person and 
thing. HiPHiL »prrt. ^imp, ^fut. ^part, •l\h m. the 
ear ; "in the ears*' is expressive not only of attention 
on the part of the hearer, but of his laying up in his 
mind what he hears, £x6d. xvii. 14. To hett with the 
ear is emphatic, Ps. xliv. i : Job xxvfii. ««. Ps. xl. 6, 
"mine ears hast thou opened:** some ezpUdn this 
phrase by an allusion to the custom of boring the ears 
of slaves, who vowed peipetual service to their masters ; 
but our translation seems to prefer tiie meaning which 
we find elsewhere, of revealing the ear or uncovering it, 
Job xxxiii. i6 : Isa. 1. 4, 5 : i Sam. xx. 3, 12, 13 ; xxii. 
8, 8> 17. The main import of Ps. xl. 6 may be, •• thou 
hast prepared me to be obedient ;" whioh is according 
to the Lxx. ; and St. Paul adopts the same, "a body 
hast thou prepared me," i. «. in which that obedience 
shall be fulfilled : Gen. xx. S, &0. 

2 3^1^ to hear, give ear. KALprd. 
Ko. 1 e not indnded. 



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TM m. green ears of com : Bxod. ix. 31 : Lot* u. 14* 

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7D13 t». Cannel, a firuitfol field, or liill ; figuratively, tlie frait 
that grows in Bach a field ; green ears, or the best and 
fullest ears of com while green : Lev. ii. 14 ; xxiii. 14 : 
2 Kings iv. 49. 

VhwO /. ears of com, so called because about to be cut off when 
reaped ; therefore in Deut. xxiii. 35 to be understood of 
ears beginning to ripen. 

Tw3i^ /. an ear of grain ; or perhaps the spices and stalks of 
standing grain, as implied in Isa. xvii. 5. Gen. xli. 

5» <5» 7» 7» ^«» ^h «4* «4> '^^9 *7 • R^*^ "• * • J<>^ "^^^« 
24 : Isa. zviL 5, 5. 

EAB (F.) 
J^'in to plough. Ka.l inf. 1 Sam. viii. la. «5*"?n m. time for 

ploughing: Gen. xIt. 6: Ezod. xxxiy. 3i. 
*139 to work, to labour: it is applied to tilling the ground. 
ELUi part, Poel, Isa. xxx. 34. Nifhal fui. Deut. 
xxi. 4. 

BABI.7. 

Ip^ m. see Morning, Ps. xlvi. 5 ; xc. 14 ; cL 8, Ut, to the 

mornings. 
*in^ m, moming : Ps. Ivii. 8 ; cviiL 4, or, I will awake the 

momuig. 
OpfiS^ to rise early ; to get up early ; seq, ) to any place ; see 

Hue, HiPHiL prei, Judg. xiz. 9 : i Sam. xxix. 10. 

fut. Gen. xix. aj: a Kings vi. 15 : Cant. vii. la. part, 

Ps. cxxvii. a : Hos. vi. 4 ; xiiL 3. 
K^&*}p^ Ch. m. dawn : Dan. vL 19, "very early in the morning." 

EABNBST. 
n*in to be hot. HiFHiL pret, Neh. iii ao, lit. made hot to 

repair. 
ID^ to be good ; to do welL Hiphil m^. Micah yil 3. 

BAB-BINO. 

(S^Hv m, see Charm, It is most probable that what is intended 
in Isa. iii. 20 is some kind of amulet or ornament on 
which charms were written, and not ear-rings. Barnes, 
small images of serpents, worn by oriental females. 
Chardin says that ear-rings had some kind of characters 
on them, as charms. 

DT3 m. an ornament worn by women (and also by men, Job 
xlii. 1 1) in the nose, or over it, hanging down from the 
forehead. Gen. xxiv. 47 ; such as is still worn in Ethiopia. 
Also an ornament for the ear, Gren. xxxv. 4, Exod. xxxii. 
a. In some places it is uncertain where it was worn : 
Gen. xxiy. aa ; xxx. 47 ; xxxy. 4 : Exod. xxxiL 3 ; 
xxxv. aa : Judg. viii. 34, 24, 35, a6 : Job xlii. 11 : Prov. 
XXV. 12 : Hos. ii. 13. 

T^^V m, some omament of a round or circular form : Num. xxxi. 
50 : Ezek. xvi. la. 

EABTH, XABTHBN. 

1 nD*lK /. the earth, material earth, the ground ; cultivated land ; 

sometimes put for the whole earth, or world« 



2 Y^H com, the earth in the largest sense, both the habitable and 
uninhabitable parts ; with some accompanying word of 
limitation, it is used of some portion of the earth's sur- 
face, a land or country. Gussetius derives this word, 
the name which God himself pronounced, firom n^n|« the 
future of n^^ to love; as intended to signify Grod's 
promised benevolence to the world he had created, to 
which he supposes there is an allusion in Prov. viii. 31.—' 
Gen. L i, &c. • Hg^nfct /. ea^hat. Ch. id. ^ ^Dij/. Ch. id. 
h;?7m Ch. a»n3. 

8 fenn m, potter's day or earth ; earthen. 

4 nC^a; Ch./. dry. 

5 "IV^ to form as a potter. Kal part. PoeL 

6 "Ifiy m. dust, dry earth, or barren. 







No. 2 not included. 






Gen. i 26, 25. 




Deut. xiL 1, 19.a 




Isa. xxiii 17. 




iv.ll. 




xiv. 2. 




xxiv. 21. 2L 


iv. 14, 14. 




XXVL2. 




TXT. 28. 


vi. 1. 7. 20. 




18am.iv.ia. 




xiv. 9. 


vii 4, 4. 




XX. 16. 




Jer.viii.2. 


vii. 8. 




aSam.L8. 




x.11,11. fb» 


ix.2,a. 




xiv. 7. 




xvi 4^ 4. 


IJ 


xiLS. 




XV. 82. 




xix.l. 


xxvi. 16. 




Tm.2S.fi 




XXV. 26. 


xiviii 14^ 14. 




lKiii«8xiiL84 




xxviiil6. 


Exod. 1.6. 




xviul4. 




xxxii 14u 


IX. 24. 




xviiLL 




Lam.iv.2. 




xxxii. 12. 




2 Kings V. 17. 




Ezek.xxxviii20,20. 




xxxiii. 16. 




Ezra V. 11. 


2b 


Dan. ii 10. 




Lev.vL28. 




Neh.ix.l. 




iiS5.39. 


2b 


xi. 88. 




Job Viii 19. 




iv. 1.10, 11, 15. 16, 




xiv. 6. 60. 




xix. 25. 




20,22,28,86,86. 


2b 


XV. 12. 




XX viii 2. 




vi25,27. 


2b 


Num. V. 17. 




XXX. 6. 




vii4.17.28»28. 


2b 


xii.8. 




xli. 88. 




xii.2.y 


!.« 


ivi.80. 




Ps.lxxxiiilO. 




Amoeiii.2. 




Deut. iv. 10» 40. 




civ.80. 




iii. 5, 6. 


21 


vi.l6. 




ox]yi4. 




ix.8. 




vii. 8. 




Isa. ii 19, 10. 


62 






«<if. thy earth. 


^M. vessels of the potter. 


yMCewttiofdiist. 



EABTHQUAKB. 
tSfp^ m. a trembling, shaking; earthquake : i Kings zix. ii^ iz^ 
la : Isa. xxix. 6 : Amos i. i : Zech. xiv. 5. 



1 ^n 

2 2lt3 

3 3K^. 

4nrwD 
5 Dni 



Kb3 

T T 






BA8B, BAST, 
to go. Kal fut., lit. what goeth from me. 
ac(j. good. 

to sit ; to ease oneself. Kax in/. 
/, a resting ; rest, quiet, 
to repent, to grieve ; to console oneself ; to avenge one* 

self, to take vengeance. NlPHAL^. 
to lift up, to bear. Kal fut, 
to be light. l^iFRAL^pra, Hiphil ^tmp. 
to cause to tremble ; to shrink for fear ; to be quiet, stUl. 

BiFHILfut, 

to rest, to be quiet. Pilel ^pret. ^ )^|t^ atfj, tranquil. 

living at ease, careless. 
adj. tranquil. 

adj. secure, tranquil, at rest ; in a bad sense^ at ease, 
careless. 



Exod. xviii 

Deut xxiii 

xxviii. 65. 

Judg. zx. 42 



22. 
18. 



Tb 
8 

8 

4 



2Cbnm.x.4k9. 
Job vii 18. 

xii6. 

xvi 6. 



7b 
6 

9b 
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Job xvi 12. 


U 


xxi 28. 


10 


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Pror. xiv. e. 


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Jer.ilvia7. 


9ft 


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l8a.L24. 


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xxxiL©,ll. 


9b 


Ezek.iTiii.4S. 


11 





9b 
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EAST, EAST'WABD. 

1 |a m. son : Isa. zi. 14, maarg, 'children of the east.* 

2 ^5 ecm. way; "eastward," /t<. the way of the east. 

3 rntJO m. the rising of the sun. 

4 IT'P'in /. Jer. xix. «, moi^. 'the sun gate.' 

6 KVID m. going forth, applied to the rising of the sun. 

e D^p m. that which is before, the east, eastern quarter. 
• ^97131 1». id. with n locaL * mj-r;? /. id. « ]^o-j£ ckO*. 
eastern. <^ ^3^d*t^ adj, id, * D^l^ the east, east wind ; 
very yioleht, hot and scorching, pemidous to fruity &o. : 
Gen. xli. 6, &c. 

7 Cto^ com, sun ; east side, eastward : Judg. xi. 18, lit, rising of 

the sun; xxi. 19 : 1 Kings x. 33. 



No. 6 e not included. 



G«n.iL8. 


6 


Josh. xvi. 1,6, 6, 6. 




iL14. 


6b 


xvii. 10. 




iii.24. 


6 


xviii. 7. 




iv.16. 


6b 


xviii. 20. 


6a 


1.80. 


6 


xix. 12. 


6a 


xi2. 


6 


xix.lS.a 


6a,8 


xii.8.8. 


6 


XX. 8. 




xiiLU. 


6 


Judff.vL8,88. 




xiii.14. 


6a 


vii.12. 




XXV. 6, 6. 


6ab 


viii. 10. IL 




xxviii. 14. 


6a 


xi.l8. 


8,7 


Bxod.xxvii.18,18. 


6a,8 


xxi 19. 


8.7 


xxxviii.l8»ia. 


6a,3 


1 Sam. xiii. 6. 


6b 


Lev. 16. 


6a 


1 Kinn iv. 80. 
vii. I5. 




xvi. 14. 


6a 




Num. ii. 8. 


6a 


viLSO. 


6a 


ill. 38,38. 


6a,8 


xvii. 8. 


6a 


X.6. 


6a 


2King8x.88. 


8,7 


xxiii.7. 


6 


xiii. 17. 


6a 


xxxii. 19. 


8 


1 Chron. iv. 89. 




xxiiv.8.10.15. 


6a 


v.9,10. 




xxxiv. 11, 11. 


6,6a 


vi. 78. 




XXXV. 6. 


6a 


vii. 28. 




Deut. iii 17. 27. 


8 


iz.18,24. 




iv.49. 


8 


xii.16. 




Josh. iv. 19. 


8 


xxvi.14,17. 




viLS. 


6 


2 Chron. iv. 4. 




xi8,8. 


8 


iv. 10. 


6a 


xii.1.8,8. 


8 


V.12. 




xiiL8,27.82. 


8 


zxix.4. 




XV. 16. 


6a 







2 Chron. zzzL 14. 
Neh. iU. 26. 89. 

xii.87. 
Job i. 8. 

lxxv.6. 

ciii. 12. 

cviuS. 
I8a.ii.6. 

xi.14. 

xli. 2. 

xliii. 6. 

xlvl. 11. 
Jer. xix. 2. 

xxxi40. 

xlix. 28. 
Ezek. iv. 8. 

viii. 16, 16. 

X.19. 

xil. 

xxxix. 11. 

xl.lO.^ 

xlv.7.7. 

xlvii. 8. 

xlvlLl8,18,18. 
Dan. viii. 9. 

xi.4.4. 
Joel ii. 20. 
Amos viii 12. 
Zech. viii. 7. 

xiv.4. 



8 

8 

8 

6 

6 

8 

8 

6 

1.6 

8 

8 

8 

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3 

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6d 

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a lit. eastward, toward the sun rising. 



BAT. 



^ W. the way of the east 



1 ?3K to eat, to eat up, to consume victuals, &o., to taste : Deut. 
iv. 18. c. ace, of food; rarely $eq. ^, a, and ]0. To 
diminish, to take from : Ezek. xiii. 5 : see High, Ps. 
xiv. 4, '* They eat up my people as they eat bread," ». e. 
they plunder, harass, and exhaust them ; cf, Prov. xxx. 
14, Hab. iii. 14. Jer. xv. 16, "Thy words were found 
and I did eat them," t. c, I received them with great 
readiness, and laid them up in my heart : so we are to 
understand the visions of Ezekiel and John eating the 
roll, Ezek. ii 8, iii i, &c., Rev. x. 9, 10 ; and this illus- 
trates the phrase of eating the words and flesh of Christ, 
John vi. 31, ko. To eat means sometimes to enjoy. Job 
xxi. 25 ; as also to delight in sin, Prov. xxx. 20. To eat 
of the same bread is a token of friendship, Ps. xU. 9. 
With inf., freely, indeed, in nowise at all, in plenty. 
Kal ^pret. ^inf, «tmp. ^fiU, •part. PoeL Nifhal 
Unf, tfiU. ^paH, BiFBiL^pret, ^imp. ^fui, ^31} Ch. 
TA'L^fia. «'>9H TO. eating. «njD^/,food, 



2 K^a to enter in. KAL^prd. ^fui. 

8 IDS to swallow down. Kal fut. 

4 *ip21 to bum; to eat up, to feed. PiEL*pree. ^inf, HlFBiL 

6 nia to eat a meal's meat. See CTunm. Kal •prd. ^fut. Hl- 

PHIL«»»/. 

6 ^n to profane ; to ea^ as common things ; see Oather, Fm 

^pret. ^ftU. 

7 DJ?P Ch. to taste. Pa'l/i^. 

8 nz3 to be finished, consumed. PiEL prd. 

9 Dn? to eat, to devour, to consume. Kal *pref. ^ti^. «tmp. 

^fia. •onjm. bread. 'D^nb m. food. 

10 n& ffi. mouth : Gen. xxv. 28, lit. venison was in his mouth. 

11 2'}[> m, inward. 

12 n^ to feed. KALfia. 



Gen. ii. 16. 1 b d 

ii. 17, 17. 1 d b 
iii. 1,2,8,6,6,12, 

18, H 17, 17,17, , 

19. Id 
iii.6. lb 
iii. 11, 11. lab 
iii. 18, 22. la 
vi 21. Ifs 
ix.4. Id 
xiv. 24. la 
xviii. 8. Id 
xix. 8. Id 
xxiv. 88, 88. 1 b d 
xxiv. 54. Id 
xxv. 28. 10 
xxv. 34. Id 
xxvi 80. Id 
xxvii 4. 7, 26, 26, ^ 

81, 33. Id 

xxvii. 10. 1 a 

xxvii. 19. 1 

xxviii. 20. lb 

xxxi. 38. la 

xxxi. 46. Id 

xxxi. 64, 64. 1 b d 

xxxii 32. Id 

xxxvii 26. lb 

xxxix. 6. 1 e 

xl. 17. 1 e 

xi 19. la 

xU. 4, 20. Id 
xli. 21. 21. 2b,ll,2a,ll 

xliii. 2.a 8,1b 

xliii 25. Id 

xliii. 32, 32. leb 

xiv. 18. 1 c 

xlvii. 22. la 

Exod. ii. 20. Id 

X. 5. 5. la 

X. 12, 16. Id 

xii. 4. In 
xii. 7, 9, 18, 20, 20, 

48, 44, 46, 48. Id 

xii. 8, 8. lad 

xii. 11, 11. Ida 

xii. 15, 16. 1 d e 

xii 16, 46. 1 g 

xii. 19. 1 e 

xiii. 3. 7. If 

xiii. 6. Id 

xvi. 3, 8. lb 

xvi 12. Id 

xvi. 16. 1 o 

xvi. 16, 18, 21. In 

xvi. 26. 1 o 

xvi 35. 86. la 

xviii 12. lb 

xxi. 28. Ig 

xxii. 6. 4 

xxii. 31. 1 d 

xxiii. 11, U. lad 

xxiii. 16. 1 d 

xxiv. 11. 1 d 

xxix. 32. la 

xxix.89i88. lad 



Exod. xxix. 84 

xxxii. 6. 

xxxiv. 16, 28. 

xxxiv. 18. 
Lev. iii 17. 



if 

la 
Id 
Id 



vi. 16, 16. 16. 1 d g d 

vi. 18, 29. Id 

vi. 23, 30. 1 g 

vi. 26. 26. 1 d g 

vii. 6, 6. 1 d g 

vii 16, 16, 16. 1 g 

vii. 18,18. Ifge 

vii. 19, 19. 1 g d 
vii. 20, 28, 26, 27. Id 

vii. 21. 1 a 

vii. 24. 1 b d 

vii 25. 26. 1 e 

viii. 81, 31. 1 d 

X. 12. 1 c 

X. 18. 17, 19. 1 a 

X. 14. Id 

X. 18. 1 b d 
xi 2. 8, 4 8, 9, 9, ^ 

11. 21, 22. 42. Id 

xi 13, 8^ 41. 1 g 

xi39. 1 o 

xi 40. 1 e 

xi47.47. Ihg 

xiv. 47. 1 e 

xvii. 10, 10. 1 d e 

xvii 12, 12, 16. Id 

xvii. 13. 1 g 

xvii. 14. 14. 1 d e 

xix. 6, 23. 1 g 

xix. 7.p 1 f g 

xix. 8. 1 e 

XIX. 26. 26. Id 

xxi. 22. Id 
xxu. 4. 6, 7, 8, 10,10, 

11, 11, 12, 13. 13, 

14. Id 

xxii. 16. 1 b 

xxii 30. 1 g 

xxiii 6, 14. Id 

xxiv. 9. la 

xxv. 12, 20. Id 

xxv. 10. 1 a 

xxv. 22, 22. lad 
xxvi 6, 10, 16^ 26, 

38. la 

xxvi 29, 20. lad 

Num. vi 8, 4. Id 

ix.lL Id 

xi.4. 11 

xi. 6, 18, 19. 1 d 

xi 18, 18, 18. 1 a 1 a 

xi. 21. la 

xiii 32. 1 e 

XV. 19. 1 b 
xviii. 10, 10, 11,18. Id 

xviii. 31. 1 a 

xxiii 24. Id 

xxiv. 8. Id 

xxv. 2. Id 

xxviii. 17. 1 g 

Deut. ii 6» 28. la 



Deut. iv. 28. 
vill. 
viii. 9. 12. 
viii. 10. 
ix.9.18. 
xil6. 
xii 7, 21. 
xii. 16. 16. 



Id 
la 
Id 
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lad 



xii 16, 18, 24, 28, 
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3. Ibd 

6,7.8.9,9, 

12, 20. Id 

Ig 

SI. Ida 

i6,29. la 

2.28. Id 

xvi 8, 8, 8. Id 

xvi 7. la 

xviii. 1, 8. Id 

XX. 6, 6. 6 a b 

XX. 14. la 

XX. 19. Id 

xxiii24. la 

xxvi 12, 14. la 

xxvii. 7. la 

xxviii 81, 88, 80, 66^ 

67. Id 

xxviii 61, 68. la 

xxix. 6. 1 a 

xxxi. 20. la 

xxxii. 13, 88. Id 

Josh. V. 11. 1 d 

v.12,12. Ibd 

xxiv. 13. 1 e 

Judg. ix. 27. Id 
xiiL4.7.HU16. Id 

xiv.9.9. Ibd 

xiv. 14. 1 e 

xix.4,6,8.2L Id 

Buth ii H 14. lad 

iii. 8. lb 

iii7. Id 

lSam.i7.8^18. Id 

i9. lb 

ii36. lb 

ix. 13, 18, 18. Ibdd 

ix. 19. 1 a 

ix. 24. 24. led 

xiv. 24. 28, 82. Id 

xiv. 30. lab 

xiv. 33. lb 

xiv. 84, 84. lab 

XX.24. lb 

XX. 84. la 

xxviii 20. la 

xxviii. 22. 1 

xxviii. 28, 26. Id 

XXX. 11. 1 d 

XXX. 12, 12. 1 da 

XXX. 16. 1 e 

2 Sam. iii 86. 60 

ix.7. Id 



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xi.18. 

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xiLl7. 

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tm.9.11. 

xviS. 

xviL29. 

t)x.28. 

xix.S6. 

xix.4& 1 

lKmg8i.26. 

L41. 

ii7. 

iy.20. 

ziiL 8, 9, 16k 17, 18, 
19,S^81 

ziiilS. 

xiiL23. 

xiiL28. 

xiv.11,11. 

xyi.4k4. 

xviiia. 

xvii.16. 

xvm.19. 

XTiii. 41. 

xviiL4i2. 

zix.5. 

xix.6,8^8L 

xxi4. 

xxiS. 

xxi.7. 

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iy.4i.42,44. 

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yi.82,28,28»28,29. 
29. 

vii 2. 8, 19. 

ix. 10, 84k 86. 

xviiL27. 

XviiLSl. 

xix. 29. 29. 1 

xxiiL9. 

XXV. 29. 
1 Chron. xiL 89. 

xxix.22. 
2Chroii.xxTiiL15. 

XXX. 18. 

XXX. 22. 

xxxi. 10. 
EsraiLOS. 

vi21. 

ix.12. 

X.6. 
Neh.T.1 

V.14. 

Tii. 66. 

viiilO. 

yiu.12. 

ix.26. 

ix.86. 
Bsth. iy. 16. 
Job i. 4. 

il8,18. 

iiL24.a 

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▼i6. 

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XX. 23. 

xxi. 25. 

xxxLS. 

xxxL 17, 17. 



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xl.16. 

xUi. 11. 
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xxiLM. 

xxiL29. 

xxviLS. 

xli.9. 

Lis. 

lm.4,4. 

lxix.9. 

IxxriiiM. 

lxxviU.26. 

lxxviii.29. 

oii.4. 

CU.9. 

CY.SS. 

oriBO. 

cvi28. 

cxxviiS. 

cxxviii. 2. 

cxli.4. 
Prov. L 8L 

It. 17. 

ix.6. 

xiii. 2. 

xiii 25. 

xviii 21. 

xxiii.l. 

xxiii6. 

xxiii. 7. 

xxiii. 8. 

xxiv. 18. 

XXV. 16. 

XXV. 21. 

XXV. 27. 

xxvii 18. 

XXX. 17. 

XXX. 20. 

xxxi. 27. 
Eoolee. ii 24^ 26. 

iiilS. 

iv.6. 

v.ll. 

v. 12, 17. 

V. 18, 19. 

vi2,2. 

viiilS. 

ix.7. 

X. 16, 17. 
Cant. iv. 16. 

V. 1, 1. 
I8a.il9. 

iiilO. 

iiil4. 

iv.L 

V.6. 

y.l7. 

vilS. 

ylil6,22.t2. 

ix.20,20. 

xi.7. 

xxi 5. 

xxiil8,lS. 

xxiii. 18. 

xxviii.4. 

xxix.8. 

XXX. 24. 

xxxvi. 12. 

xxxvi.16. 

xxxviiS0,80. 

xliv. 16, 19. 

i9. 

lis, 8. 

Iv. 1. 2. 

Iv. 10. 

lix.6. 



iMLlziS. 

IxiiO. 

lxv.4. 

Ixy.l8,22k25. 

lxy.21. 

Ixvi.l7. 
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yii.2L 

X.25. 

XV. 16. 

xviS. 

xix. 9. 9. 

xxiil6. 

xxii.22. 

xxlv.2,S,& 

xxix.6,28. 

zzix.17. 

xxxi 6. 

xxxi 29. 

xxxi 80. 

xlil. 

liiSS. 
Lam.ii20. 
Esek. ii 8. 

iiil,l. 

iii. 2. 

iii. 8,8. 

iv. 9, 10, 10, 13, 18. 

iv. 14^ 16. 

v. 10, 10. 

xii 18. 19. 

xvi.18. 

xviii. 2. 

xviii. 6k 11, 16. 

xxii9. 

xxiv. 17, 22. 

XXV. 4. 

xxxiii26. 

xxxiv. 8. 

xxxiv. 18, 19. 

xxxix. 17, 19. 

xxxix.18. 

xiii IS. 

xliv. S. 

xliv. 29. 8L 

xlv.21. 
Ban. i 12. 

i 18. 18. 

iv. 25, 88. 

iv.SS. 

X.S. 
Hos.iil2. 

iv.8. 

iv. 10. 

viii.18. 

ix.8. 

lx.4. 

X.18. 
Joeli4k44 

ii.25. 

ii26. 
Amo8yi4. 

vii2. 

vii.4w 

yU.12. 

ix.14. 
MicahiiiS. 

vi.14. 

viil. 
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iii 15. 
Hab.i8. 
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a W. had made an end of eating. /I Ml. being eaten be eaten. y Ml. and 
he m^y eat it t lit, before my bread. c M. the moth hath eaten it. 

BBONT. 

O^^in m. p2. an Indian wood, very black and hard, of great valne 
in ancient times. — Bochart, Ezek. zxvii 15. 

BDOB. 

1 nd m. mouth ; edge of the awofd : Ezod. xyii. t$, fto. * ti>^ 

'' f. id. 

2 D'^^d tn. pi, face. 



8 *)^V ffi. rock ; stone ; edge, <Jf the sword ; see Sharp, Lxx., 
Valg., Syr., Arab, understand knives of stone. Heng* 
stenbeig and otherai, the strength of the sword. 

4 rinj^ to become dull, to be blunted ; set on edge. KALfut. 

5 nv^ /. end, edge, •rrjs^ /. id. m^. ^T^^lm.id. 



6 nfib^ /. lip; edge. 



Bxod. xiii 10. 
xxvi^^^VltlO. 
XXVI. 6. 
xxviii7. 
zxzvi 11,17, IT. 



6b 
6 

6b 

6 



Kg 1 not included. 

Bxod. xxxvi 12. 6 b 
xxxix. 4. 6, or 6 a 

Num. xxxTJi. ^ 87. 6 b 
Josh, xiii 27. 6 b 

Jndg. iii 16. la 



PS.lxxxxx.48. 

Bodes. X. 10. 
Jer. xxxi 29,801 
Esek. xviii 8. 
zUiilS. 



BFFBOT. 
*)^ m. word, matter, kc. : Esek. xii. 43. 
rnil}^ /. work; effect, result: Isa. xxxii. 17. 

KIJ to deny ; to disallow ; to bring to nought. HlFHIL prd. 
Ps. xxxiii. 10. 
nfe^ to do. Kal pret. Jer. xlviii. 30. 
ir)B to break ; to make void, to prostrate. HiPHiL prd. Num. 

XXX. 8. 
HTV to go on well, to prosper. HiPHiL pret, i Chron. vii 11, 
"prosperously effected.*' 

BOO. 

D^3 /. pi, eggs, so called from their whiteness: Deut. xnitt^ 

6 : Job xxxix. 14 : Isa. x. 14 ; lix. 5, 5. 
mDpn /. Tarious interpretations are giyen of this word, but that 
most generally received is sanctioned by the Rabbins 
(see Gesenius), the white of an egg, as they explain the 
passage, the slime of a yolk, «.«. a tasteless, insipid 
food : Job vi. 6. 

BLDBB, EIiDBST. 

1 fiS^M fa. man : Num. xi 1$, lit, men the elders. 

2 ^133 m. first-bom, eldest son. 

3 /l^l adj. great. 

4 ]pt adj. old, aged ; elder, chief magistrate, wynon, with mler, 

goyemor, often without regard to age : Gen. xxiy. 3, &a 
6 Di^ m. day t Job xr. 10, Ut, more adyanoed in days ; xxxii 4, 
marg, * older for days.' 

6 fltrin Qdj, head, highest, chief! 

7 3^ adj. great ; great in age. 

8 y*^ CIl to be gray, hoary. Fal jpor*. 



Na 4 not included. 



GQn.x.SL 

XXV. 23. 

xxvii l,16k4 

xxix.16. 

xliv. 12. 
Num.iiO. 

xi.25. 



?Nnm. xxvi 6w 2 

1 Bam. xvii 18, 14k 98. S 
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xviii. 17. 

1 Kings ii. 22. 

2 Kings iii. 27. 
2 Chron. xxii 1» 
Bsra v. 6, 9. 



Bsrayi7,8,14. 
Job i 18, 18. 

xv.lO. 

xxxii 4. 
B>ek.xvi46l6L 

xxiii 4. 



*)^n^ adj. chosen, elect ; of the Messiah : Isa. xliL i; xIt. 4 ; 
Ixv. 9, 11, 

rh^ f.mmOak. Hoe. ir. 13^ m. and tersbinth. 



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SLOQXJBKT. 

B^fcC ft man : Exod. iv. lo, marg, ' a man of words,' 

f 21 to understand. Niphal part. Isa. iii. 3. 
*J!W word : Exod. iv. 10. 

T T 

1^^ m. see Charm, Isa. iii 3, eloquent orator, does not yeiy 
suitably express the meaning ; better, skilful of speech. 

EIiUIi. 
7^?M m. the sixth Hebrew month, from the new moon of Sep- 
tember to that of October : Neh. vi 15. 

BMBAIiM. 

Djn to sweeten ; applied to the embalming of dead bodies with 
spices, by which they were sweetened and preeerred 
from putre&iction. Eal inf. Gen. L i ; /ut. Gen. L 2, 
16 ; part. Patil, Gren. 1. 3. The body lay in nitre thirty 
days for the purpose of drying up all its superfluous 
and noxious moisture, and the remaining forty were 
employed in anointing with gums and spices to preserve 
it. — Paxton, 

EMBOLDEN. 

flD to be vehement, bold, powerful. Hifhil fid. Job xvi. 3. 

EMBBAOE. 

pin to embrace by folding the arms around. Kal inf. Eocles. 
iii. 5. part. Poel, 2 Kmgs iv. 16. PiEL prct. Job xxiv. 
8 : Lam. iv. 5. inf. Eccles. iii. 5. ftU. Gen. xxix. 13 ; 
xxxiii. 4 ; xlviii. 10 : Prov. iv. 8 ; v. ao ; Cant ii. 6 ; 
viii. 3. 

EHBBOIDBB. 

fipD to deck with colours, to variegate; to embroider wiUi 
coloured figures. Kal part. Poel, Exod. xxxv. 35; 
xxxviii. 23. 
f^fi^ to interweave ; to weave in checker work. Piel pret. 
Exod. xxviii. 39. 

EMEBAIiD. 
TfSH fn. a gem,, precious stone, of an uncertain kind; Lxx., 
thrice ta^Bpa^, i. e. carbuncle : doubtful : Exod. xxviii. 
18; xxxix. II : Ezek. xxvii. 16; xxviii. 13, marg, *or, 
chiysoprase.' Bush : This gem is undoubtedly the same 
with the ancient smaragdos, or emerald, one of the most 
beautiful of aU the precious stones. It is characterised 
by a bright green colour, with scarcely any mixture, 
though differing somewhat in degrees. The true oriental 
emerald is now very scarce. The best that are at 
present accessible are from Peru. In the time of Moses 
they came from India. 

EMEBODS. 

D^^np m. pi. the piles, hemorrhoids : Dent, xxviii. 97 : i Sam. v. 
6,9, 12; vi. 4, 5, II, 17. 
/Sff m. a hill; in ihe pi. (I'ns) tumours: Deut. xxviii 37: 
I Sam. V. 6, 9, ii ; vL 4, 5. 



VMINEKT. 
3B m. something raised, " eminent place ;" a vault, fomiac, 
apec. of a brothel, arched cell, in which harlots prosti- 
tuted themselves : Ezek. xvi 24, 31, 39. 

77T\ to heap up, to make high. EIal part. Paiil, Ezek. xvii 22, 

EMFIBE. 
nU^ /. kingdom : Esth. i aa 

EMPLOY. 
Kl3 to come. Kal inf. Deut. xx. 19, marg. 'to go from before 
thee ; or, for, O man, the tree of the field ^) to be 
employed in the siege.' 

*TD^ to stand. TLhLpr^. Ezra x. 15. 



1 ViSl 
8 Pg3 



7 npB 

8 pn 

9 ^nin 



EMPTY. 

m. emptinefls, voidness. 

emptiness, i. e. desolation ; expresnng the most entire de- 
solation. 

to pour out, to empty ; of a vine emptying itself, ».& not 
bringing fruit to perfection, by spending its strength in 
shoots and leaves. Kal • prei. ^ part. Poel. With inf.^ 
utterly emptied. Niphal « inf. ^fvJt. Polel *>fvlt. 

to be pendulous, to hang down ; to be lang^d, weak ; of 
shallow waters flowing languidly. Kal pret, 

to be naked ; to make naked, to empty. PiSL fut, 

to turn ; to cause to turn and go away, to clear, to pre- 
pare. PiKL prct. 

to visit. Niphal, to be missing : fvA. 

to pour itself out, to be emptied; to empty. Hifhil 
» inf. ^fut. «jaart. Hophal * pret. • p'"^. adj. empty, 
vain, 'pn and P'^adj. id. ^D^n adv. emptily. 

m. wasteness ; emptiness, vanity. 



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XI. 18L 25, 27. 


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2 Sam. 1. 22. 


If 


xlviii. 11. 


xli.27. 


8 f 


2 Kings iv. 8. 


xlviii 12. 


8b 


xm.86. 


8c 


2 Chron. xxiv. IL 


6 


U.2. 


8e 


Exod. iii 21. 


8g 


Neh. V. 18. 


8 f 


li84. 


8e 


TTiii. 15. 


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Jobxxu.9. 


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Ezek. xxiv. IL 


8 r 


zziiv. 20. 


"i 


ixvi. 7. 


9 


H0S.X.I. 


8b 


Lev. xiv. 86. 


Eccles. xi 8. 


8b 


Nah. ii a, 2. 


8ba 


Deut XV. 18. 


8g 


Ifla.xix.6. 


4 


iilO. 


2 


xvLlC 


II 


xxiv. 1. 


8b 


xii.2. 


8a 


Judg. viL 18. 
Buthi.21. 


xxiv. 8. 


80 d 


Hab.il7. 


8b 


8g 


xxU.8. 


8 f 


Zech.iv.l2. 


80 


iiLl7. 


8g 


xxxiLe. 


8a 







en-hae:eob£. 

py eye ; w^ll. K^iJ to call. Kal part. Poel, Judg. xv. 19, 
marg. * the well of him that called, or^ cried.* 

ENCAMP. (See CAMP.) 

ENCHANTMENT. 
*13n m. see Charm. Isa. xlvii. 9, 12. 

D^t^n? m. pi. mRsnc arts : Exod. vii. il. 

'•it 
C^n? m. a charm: Eccles. x. 11. 

tD^ adj. secret, magic arts : Exod. vii. 22 ; viiL 7, 18. 



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fi^ to whisper, as Boroeren; to take aagaries, to practiBe 
divinatioii. PiBL prtt, a Kings xxL 6 : i Chron. xzxiiL 
6. fvi. Lev. xix. 36: 1 Kings zvii. 17, lU, and used 
enchantments, part. Bent, zriii. 10. vJn^ m. enchant- 
ment : Num. xziii. 33 ; zxiy. 1. 
gy to observe clouds, times ; to use sorcery. VovLpaH* Jer. 
xxviLp. 

BNOOUBAGB. 

p[T\ see Strong. Kal fut, 2 Chron. xxxi. 4. PiXL imp. Dent, 
i 38 ; iii. 38 : a Sam. xi. 25. fut, a Chron. xxxt. 3 : 
Ps. Iziv. 5 : Isa. zli. 7. HiTHFAZL fut. Judg. zx. 33 : 
I Sam. XXX. 6. 

BND. 

iD^^inK /. latter, latter end; last end (see Latter); issue, event ; 
reward. 

2 DDK to end, cease, come to nought. Kal ^pret. ^ D&H cessa- 
tion ; end, extremity. 

8 1621 to swallow up. HiTHPAELyW. 

4 riv!l| /. bordering, bounding; Gesenius, wreathen work. 

•n*)lipf.pl.id. 

5 *)P| to cease, to finish. KALfiU, 

6 nil'n /. manner ; cause, reason. 

7 7*in to cease, to leave off. Kal pret. 

8 n^n to incline, decline ; of day, to grow to an end. EIal inf. 

9 DTin to seal up, to complete, finiBh. Kal tt^. Dan. ix. 24, 

marg, * to seal up.' 

10 K^ to go out. Kal irtf. 

11 n?3 to be completed, finished ; to be over, past ; to end, to 

make an end oH KjlL • pret. ^ inf. ''fut. Ttkl^ pret. 
•inf. 'fut. Pdal fpret. ^ nJi /. a full end, an utter 
end. * n*b 3 n/. perfection, end. 

12 ^3 com, wing ; comers or ends of the earth. 
18 K/9 to fill; to be filled. Kal i^*. 

14 n?^ to complete ; to make an end. Hifhil i^f. 

15 nys perpetual, for ever ; duration, but not without limit. 

16 ^^D (see Conttme), to have an end. Kal ^pret. ^r\\D m. 

conclusion. •t\SD Ch. m. id. 

17 *TP m. eternity ; ''world without end ;" lU, unto the ages of 

eternity. 

18 tMV tn. everksting. 

19 2\>^^ m, extremity, end. 

20 riKd /. side quarter. 

21 rid m. mouth; "fi>om one end to another," lit. mouth to 

mouth, a phrase derived from the fulness of vessels. 

22 nfi^pJn /. circuit, as of the sun ; hence the return of seasons. 

23 t^)ip f uttermost part ; see Part. » nsj m. id. ^ nsg m. id. 

• isg m. id. * msj? /. id. • n^f /. id. 'njp Ch. end. 

24 Y\?. ^- extremity. 
26 \^th m. head. 



26 D/K^ to be complete, finished. Kal ^pret. ^fut. Hifhil 

^fttt. 
87 UOPi to be complete, finished, to come to an end. Kal ^pret. 



^inf. •fut. NiPHAL*/**- HiPHiL •|)rrt. 'inf. 



Gen.H.8. 

vi.l8. 

viii. 8. 

TiiL6. 

zxiii. 9. 

xxvii.80. 

xli.l. 

zli. 58. 

xlviLlS. 

ilviL 21, 21. 

xlix.88. 
Exod. xii 41. 

zxiii. 16. 

zzv. 18. 19, 19,19. 

zzvi.28.28. 

zzviii.14. 

zzviii22. 



24 

23a 

24 

23a 

lid 

24 

11 c 

27c 

23a 

11 f 

24 

10 

23 

23a 

4a 

4 



zzviu.2S,24.26,26. 28 
xxxi. 18. 11 e 

zxxiy.22. 22 

zxxvi. 83. 23 a 

xxxvii. 7. 23 

xxzvii8,8,8. 23 

zxzviii 6. 23 d 

zxiix.16. 4 

zzxix.16,17.18,19. 23 

Lev. viii. 88. 13 

xvi 20. 11 d 

Num. iv. IB. 11 d 

xvi. 81. 11 e 

zxiii. 10. 1 

xxiv. 20. 1 

Beat. viiL 16. 1 

ix. 11. 24 

zil2. 1 

ziiL 7. 7. 28 a 

xiv. 28. 23 a 

zv. 1. 24 

ZZ.9. He 

zivi.12. 11 f 

xxviii. 49, 64. 23 a 
xxxi. 10. 24 

ZXXL24. 11 e 

ZXXL80. 27 b 

zxxiL 20, 29. 1 

xzxii.45. 11 f 

zzziiL 17. 2 b 

zxxiv. 8. 27 c 

Josh. viiL 24. U e 

ix. 16, 23 a 

Z.20. 11 e 

ZT. 6, 8. 23 a 

zviU. 15, 16k 1». 
zix. 40, fil. 

Judg. iiL 18. 
vl2L 
zi89. 
XV. 17. 
xix. 9. 

ButhU.2L 
ii.SS. 
iii.7. * 

1 Sam. ii. 19. 
iii.12. 
ix.27. 
Z.18. 
ziii. 10. 
xiv. 27, 48. 
zviii. 1. 
xxiv. 16. 

2 Sam. vi 18. 
zi. 19. 
zUi.86. 
ziv.26. 
ZX.18. 
xziv. 8. 

1 Kings i. 41. 
iL89. 
iii.l. 
viL40. 
vii.61. 



iKingtviiLa 


25 


Isa. zxiii. 15, 17. 


24 


viii. 54. 


11 e 


xxiv. 8. 


7 


ix. 10. 


28a 


XXVL15. 


280 


2King8viiL8. 


28a 


zxxiii. L 


14 


X.21. 


21 


zxxviiL is; 18. 


26c 


X.25. 


lie 


zl.28. 


28 


xviii.l0. 


2Sa 


Z1L5.9. 


28 


xzi.16. 


21 


ZIL22. 


1 


1 Chron. zvi 2. 


11 f 


zlii. 10. 


23a 


2 Chron. v. 9. 


26 


zliii.6. 


2Sa 


vii.l. 


lie 


zlv. 17. 


17.18 


viiil. 


24 


zlv.22. 


2b 


ZZ.16. 


16 b 


zlvilO. 


1 


ZZ.28. 


11 e 


zlvii.7. 


1 


zzil9.a 


10.24 


zlviiL20. 


28a 


zziv. 10. 


11 e 


zlix. 6. 


2Sa 


zziv.28. 


22 


m. 10. 


2b 


xxiz. 17. 


lid 


lz.20. 


26a 


zxix.29. 


11 e 


IziLU. 


23a 


xziz.84. 


lib 


Jer. 1.8. 


27b 


Ezra iz. 11. 


21 


iii.6. 


16 


x.17. 


11 f 


iv.27. 


11 h 


Neh.iiL21. 


11 I 


V. 10. 18. 


Uh 


iv.2. 


11 f 


V.31. 


1 


Job vi. 11. 


24 


ViiL 20. 


11a 


viii. 7. 


1 


z.18. 


28a 


zvi. 8. 


24 


zii.4. 


1 


zviii 2. 


24 


ziL12,12. 


28a 


zzvi. 10. 


11 i 


ZVL19. 


2b 


zxviii.8. 


24 


zvii 11. 


1 


zzviiL24. 


28 


zzv. 81. 38, 88. 


28a 


zxxi. 40. 


27a 


zzvi 8. 


lie 


zzziv.86. 


15 


zxiz.lL 


1 


zzxvii.8. 


12 


xzz.11.11. 


llh 


xxxviiil8. 


12 


zzxil7. 


1 


zliL12. 


1 


zxxiv. 14. 


24 


P8.vii.9. 


6 


zliiil. 


He 


lz.6. 


27a 


zliv.27. 


lib 


ziz.4. 


28a 


zlvi23,28. 


llh 


zix. 6, 6. 


28 a. 28 


Iil3. 


24 


zzii.27. 


2b 


Iil6.81. 


23a 


zxxviL87.88. 


1 


1L63. 


11 e 


zxxix.4. 


24 


Lam.i9. 


1 


zlvi.9. 


28a 


iv. 18, 18. 


24 


zlviii. 10. 


23c 


Ezek.iiil6. 


23a 


liz.18. 


2b 


iv.8. 


lie 


lxi.2. 


28a 


vii2.t8,6b6. 


24 


lxv.6. 


280 


zilS. 


llh 


lxvii.7. 


2b 


ZV.4. 


28 


Ixxii. 8. 


2b 


ZX.17. 


llh 


lxzli.20. 


"! 


zzi25,89. 


24 


Ixxiii.l7. 


zziz.18. 


24 


zcviii.8. 


2b 


zzzv. 6. 


24 


cii.27. 


27d 


zzziz.14. 


23a 


evil. 27. 


8 


zli. 12. 


20 


cxix.88.112. 


19 


zlii 15. 


lid 


cxix.96. 


24 


zliii28. 


He 


cxzzv. 7. 


28a 


zlviii 1. 


23a 


Prov. V. 4. 


1 


Dan. i 5. 15, 18. 


23e 


xiv. 12. 18. 


1 


iv. 11, 22. 


16 


XVL25. 


1 


iv.29.84. 


23 f 


xviL24. 


28a 


vi.26. 


16 


zix. 20. 


1 


vii.26.28. 


16 


ZX.21. 


1 


viii 17. 


24 


zxiu.18. 


1 


viii 19, 19. 


1.84 


ZXV.8. 


1 


iz. 24. 9, or 27 f 


XXX. 4. 


2b 


ix.26.26. 


24 


Bocle8.iiiU. 


16b 


zi 6. 27, 85, 40, 45. 


84 


iv. 8, 16. 


24 


Zii4.6,9,18»18. 


84 


viL2. 


16 b 


zii 8. 


1 


vii.8. 


1 


AmosiiiU. 


16 a 


ya.14. 


6 


vii.2. 


Ud 


X.13. 


1 


viii 2. 


24 


xii. 12. 


24 


viii 10. 


1 


Iaa.ii7.7. 


23b 


Micahv.4. 


2b 


V.26. 


23a 


Nah.i8»9. 


llh 


vii.8. 


28a 


ii9. 


2Sb 


ix.7. 


24 


iii8. 


28b 


xiiL 6. 


28a 


Hab.ii8. 


24 


XVL4. 


2a 


Zeoh.iz.10. 


2b 



11 f 

11 d 
23a 

24 
He 
8 
lid 
lib 
28a 
2b 
11 e 
28a 
11 f 
11 e 
23a 
11 e 
11 e 
11 f 
11 e 
11 e 

24 
27 e 
28a 
11 d 

24 
He 
11 f 
26b 

a M<. at the going out of the end. 



ENDAMAOB. 
pti Ch. to suffer injury. Afhel, to endamage : fut. Ezra 
iv. 13. 



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a^n to be nnder penalty ; to make liable. Pibl pret, Dan. 
i. ID. 

pD to bring into danger. Kiphal fut. Ecclefl. 
XNDEAVOUB. 



. z. 9. 



7>Tp^ «. doings : Ps. xxviiL 4. 



ENDOW. 

•inp to bny or purchase with a dowry. Kal *»/. and fvt, 
Exod.'xxiL i6| lit. endowing he shall endow, 

ENDUEL 
*15J to present a gift, to give a portion or dowry with a woman 

when she is married. ILll pret. Gen. xxz. ao. 
JTJJ to know. Kal pari. Pool, 2 Chron. ii, 11, 13. 

BITDUBE^ 

1 njft tob^. KALfia. 

2 7bJ to be able. Kal /it 

3 2&* to sit, to dwell. Kal fid. 

4 f> to lodge or stay all night. KALfut. 

5 Tpy to Btand. Kal •*»/. V'*'- 'P®*^- I*oel. 

6 \^&p before, in the presence of, as long as: Ps. Izxii. 5, lU. 

with the sun, and before the moon ; 7, lU. tiU there be 
BO moon. 

7 Q\p to rise up, to stand up. Kal/u^. 

■ ?J^ /• ^oot ; pace, ability to march : Gen. xzziii. 14, manrg. 
'according to the foot of the work,' kc, and aooording 
to the foot of the children. 



Oen.xxriiLl4. 


8 


Pi.xix.9. 


5o 


PB.ciLl2. 


8 


Sxod. xviiL 28. 


5a 


xxz. 6. 




oiL26. 


6b 


S8th.vm.6»8. 


2 


lxxiL6,7. 


61 


dv.Sl. 


1 


JobTiiLlS. 


7 


lixii. 17. 




oxi. 3. 10. 


60 


xni.2a. 


2 


lixii.15. 




exu. 3, 9. 


60 


Pli.iK.7.« 


t 


lxxxix.8e. 




Esek. Ytif. 14 


6b 



a or, shall sit (on his throne) for ever. 

ENEM7, ENMITY. 

2^K and 3^K m. an enemy, adversary, oppressor, who seeks to 
injure, and delights in the accomplishment of it. It is 
need of the enemies of Grod, of his people, aikl of the 
Messi:^ ; sometimee of God in respect to man, denoting 
his purpose to punish : £xod. xxiiL a a. Lam. ii. 5, cf. 

Isa. IxiiL la Gen. xxii. 17, tc. 3!^ to be an ad. 

versary, to pursue with enmity and hostility. Kat. 
^pret. * nj»|t /. enmity, differing firom n^ptp, which im- 
plies only aversion, the former a desire and endeavour 
to injure. 

•^y an enemy ; perhaps one that watches for an opportunity of 
injuring ; or from nn]^ to make destitute ; as it would 
apply to Saul stripped of his kingdom, i Sam. xxviii.i6; 
some take the word to be similar to ^ by a change of 
the first letters. • t^ Ch. m. id. 



yy^ to bind up close ; to afflict, distress, oppress. Kal •porf. 

Poel. * ">5 m. an adversary that distresses. 
D^p to rise up, to rise up against. Kal part. 
*1^85^ an enemy that looks out, lies in wait. 
yy^ to observe, watch, or Uy wait. Kal part. Poel. 
Wb^ to hate ; this implies aversion, but not necessarily hostility. 

Kal part. Poel. 



Gen.iiLl6. 

xiv. 20. 
Bxod. i. 10. 

xxxiL 26. 
Num. X. 9, 9. 

xxiv. 8. 

xxxv. 21, 22. 
Deut. xxxiL 4L 

xxxiii. 7. 
iSam. u.8fta 

xxviii. 16. 
2 Sam. xix. 8. 

xxiv. 18. 

1 Chron- xiL 17. 
2 Chron. 1. 11. 
Neh. Ix. 27, 27. 
Esth. iii. 10. 

viL4. 

viiLl. 



lb 

8b 

7 

la.1 

4 
8b,l 
8b 
lb 
8b 
Sb 
8b 

2 

7 
8b 
8b 

7 
8b 
8a 
8b 
8a 



Na 1 not included. 

Esth. ix. 10. 24. 
Job vi28. 

xvi. 9. 

xix.ll. 
Ps. V. 8. 

vL7. 

vii.4,e. 

viii.2,2. 

X.6. 

xxiii. 6. 

xxdi. 2, 12. 

xxviL 11. 

xxxi.ll. 

xliilO. 

xliv. 5, 7, 10. 

liv.6. 

lvi.2. 

lix.10. 

Ix. 12. 

Ixxiy. 4, 28. 



8a 


Sb 


Sb 


8b 


6 


8a 


8a 


8a,l 


8 a 


8a 


8b 


6 


8a 


8a 


8b 


6 


6 


6 


8b 


8a 



P8.1xxviii.42,61.Ce. 3 b 



xdi. 11. 

xcvii. 8. 

CV.24. 

ovi. IL 

cviL 2. 

cviii. 18. 

cxii. 8. 

cxix. 189. 167. 

cxxivi. 24. 

cxxxix. 20. 
Prov. xxT. 21. 

xxviLfi. 
Isa. xxYi. lU 

lix. 19. 
Jer. xlriii. 6. 
Lam. i. 6, 6. 

i.7. 
Ezek. xxxix. 18. 
Dan. iv. 19. 



6 

8b 

3b 

8b 

Sb 

8b 

8b 

Sb 

8b 

2 

7 

7 

8b 

Sb 

8b 

1,8 b 

8b 

8b 

2a 



a marg. 'or, the affliction of the tabernacle fbr all the wealth which God would 
have given Israel' 



ENFIiA^ME. 

DDH te be hot ; see Heat ; figuratively implied to the spiritual 

NiFHAL|>arf. Isa. Ivii. 5. 



whoredom of idolaters. 



ENOAOB. 

2n^ to give a pledge, to pledge or engage the heart readily and 
pleasantly ; see Bwitt, Kal prtt. Zvt. zxx. 31. 



ENGINE. 
nto?^H /. pi. inventions of ingenuity : a Chron. xxvi. 15. 

^XXO m. a striking : Eaek. xxvi. 9, liia the stroke of what is over 
against it, i. e. battering rams, or the like. 

ENGBAVB^ 
Khn an engraver : Exod. xxviii. 1 1 ; xxxv. 35 j xxxviii. 43. 
nria to open, to grave. Piel f\a. Eiod. xxviii. 11. part. 

Zeoh. iii. 9, omB i». Exod. xxviii. 11, ai, 36 ; xxxix. 

14, 30. 

ENJOIN, 

IpB to visit, to appoint, to give charge over. Kal prtt. Job 
xxxvi 13. 

D^p to rise up. Piel, to ordain, decree: prd. Esth. ix. 31. 

ENJOY. 

npa to be worn out with age and use. PiELyW. Isa. Ixv. 12. 
Alexander, the work of their hands my chosen ones shall 
wear out, or survive. Cum eU senescent, fruentur eo. — 
Cocc. Ad vetugtatem deducere. — Geier. 

HN^ to be. Kal fut. Bent xxviii. 41, lit. they shall not be 
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tSh^ to possess. Kal prjA, Josb. i. 1 5. fvi. Num. zzxyL 8. 
riKT to see. Kal 'pret. Eccles. iii.'i3. inf. Eccles. v. 18. imp* 

Eccles. ii. i. Hiphil pret, Eccles. ii. 24. 
n^ to take delight in. Kal pret, 2 Cbron. xxxvi. 21. fut. 

Ley. zxvi 34, 43. Hiphil pret. Lev. zzvi. 34. 

EiriiABGE. 

nnS to be open, wide ; open-bearted. Piel, to persaade. Hi* 
pbil, to make wide, to enlarge Hiphil fut, 

nn to multiply, increase. Hiphil pret. 
TXn m. breath, respiration, fireedom of breathing, i, e. hugeness 
of space. 

Srn to be large and spacions, as of a chamber ; of the month 
opened wide, of the heart, by joy. Hiphil, to make 
large, a tent, a bed. Kal »pret. Hiphil ^pret. ^imf. 
*fmp. •/"*• ^pcvrt" 

np(^ to spread out, to expand. Kal part. Foel. 



Gen. ix. 27. 
Exod. xxxi7. 24. 
Deut. xii. 20. 

xix. 8. 

xxxiiL20. 
1 Sam. IL L 
£ Sam. xxii. 87. 
1 Chron. ir. 10. 



1 
4b 
4e 
4e 
4 f 
4a 
4e 

2 



Esth. iv. 14. 
Job xiL 2S. 
Pb. iv. 1. 

xviiise. 

XXV. 17. 

oxix.82. 
I8a.v.l4. 



8 
5 
4b 
4e 
4b 
4e 
4b 



l8a.U7.2. 

IvlLS. 

lx.6. 
Ezek. xli. 7. 
AmoB 1. IS. 
Micah i. Id. 
Uab.iL6. 



4d 
4b 
4a 
4a 

40 
4d 
4b 



EiriilGHTEIl'. 
*i1K (see Light), to shine, to shine upon, to be enlightened ; it 
implies both receiving light and giving forth light ; to 
be glorious in light : Job xzxiii. 30. Kal pret. i Sam. 
xiv. 29. fvJt. I Sam. xiv. 17, np. Niphal inf. Job 
zxjdii. 30. HiPHn. pret. Ps. xcvii. 4. part, Ps. zix. 8. 
naj to shine brightly. Hiphil /«/. Ps. xviii. a8. 
HKl to see. KAL/i<<. i Sam. xiv. 27, rns. 

ENOUGH. 
^ m. sufficiency : Jep. xlix. 9, " till they have enough.** 

HTn to draw. Kal inf. and pret. Exod. ii. 19, lU. drawing he 
di-ew. 

fin m. lichee, substance, enough. 

T com. hand : Gen. xxxiv. 21, lit. large of hands, or sides. 

?b all : Gten. xxxiii. 11. 
KVD to find. Niphal, to suffice for anything : fid. 

3T adj. mtaij, much, great. 
J^ab to be satisfied. Kal • inf. ^fut. « nj^a^ /. fulness. 



Gen. xxiv. 25. 

xxxiii. 9. 

xxxiiLll. 

xxxiv. 21. 

xiv. 28. 
Exod. IL 19. 

ix.28.a 

xxxvi S. 



Josh. xvii. 16. 
2 Sam. xxiv. 18. 
1 Kings xix. 4. 

1 Chron. xiL 15. 

2 Chron. xxxi. 10. 
Prov. xxvii. 27. 

xxviii. 19. 
XXX. 15, 18. 





Isa.lvill. 


80 




Jer.xlix.9. 






Hos. iv. 10. 


8b 




Obad.6. 




8a 


Nah. iL 12. 




8b 


Hag;, i. 6. 
MaT.ilLlO. 


80 









a or, and let it be enough of the behig of the voices of God, S^.—KeO, 



EiraUIBE. 
nySl to seek after with eagemeeSi and strong desire. 
^imp. ^fut. 



Kal 



2 Ij^B to look into or after attentively, to enquire with great care 

and diligence ; seq. 1 to look at with pleasure, to be- 
hold with admiration, to admire. PlEL *»}t/. ig.1 Gh. 
Pael ^vnf, 

3 ^l^a to seek, to enquire with a view to finding, learning; to 

seek the fiwie. Pibl ^pret. **fut. 

4 Sh'l to seek, look for, search for ; to ask about, to enquire into ; 

to seek from any one, seq. ace. of person or thing about 
or into which one enquires ; also ieq. ^ , 2 Sam. xi. 3, b9, 
2 Chron. xxxi 9, Eccles. i. 13. Spec, to enquire of any 
one, to ask an oracle, to consult God, c. ace*; also idols, 
magicians ; seq* ^ j>r. to enquire at any one ; $eq. ^^ pr. 
to go with enquiry to any one, ^> and b!^0 out of the 
book of Jehovah, Isa. xxxiv. 16. The prophet by or 
through whom one enquires of Gbd is put with D90 HMQ , 
and a. It is applied to an anxious, studious enquiiy. 
Kal * pret. ^inf. ^imp, ^fut. Niphal •m^. *fut, 
6 ' D^^S m. pi. face. 

6 7K^ to ask ; to enquire of ; to enquire of or consult ; to enquire 

after ; 8eq. ace. of person, rarely seq. ) of person, to con- 
sult an oracle, mostly teq. 1} seq. \ for any one. Kal 
*pret. ^inf. ^imp. ^fvi, 

7 *inB^ to seek early. PiKL pret. 

Gen. xxiv. 57. 

XXV. 22. 
Exod. xviii. 15. 
Deut. xii. 30. 

xiiil4. 

xvii. 4, 9. 
Judg. iv. 20. 

vi29. 

viiil4i 

XX. 27. 

1 Sam. ix. 9. 
X.22. 
xvii 56. 
xxii 10. 
xxii. 13, 15. 
xxiii.2. 
xxiii 4. a 
xxviii. 6. 
xxviii 7. 
XXX. 8. 

2 Sam. ii. 1. 
V. 19, 28. 

a lit. added to enquire, 
of by them? 



6d 


2Sam.xi8. 


4d 




4b 


4b 


xvi28. 


6d 


xxxiv. 21. 




4b 


xxii. 


8b,5 


xxxiv. 26. 




4d 


1 Kings xxii S. 


40 


Ezra vii 14. 




4a 


XXU.7. 


4d 


Jobviii8. 




4a 


xxii. 8. 


4b 


X.6. 




6a 


2 Kings i 2. 


40 


Ps. xxvii 4. 




4d 


is, 6, 16, 16. 


4b 


lxxviiiS4. 




6d 


iii.ll. 


4d 


Prov. XX. 26. 




6d 


viii8. 


4a 


Eccles. vii. 10. 




4b 


xvil5. 


2a 


Isa. xxi 12, 12. 


Iba 


6d 


xxii. 18. 


40 


Jer. xxi. 2. 




6c 


xxii. 18. 


4b 


xxxvii7. 




6d 


1 Chron. X. 18. 


4b 


Ezek. xiv. 3. /i 


4fe 


6b 


X.14. 


4a 


xiv. 7. 




6d 


xiii3. 


4a 


XX. 1. 




6b 


xiv. 10, 14. 


6d 


XX. 3, 8. 


4bf 


6d 


xviii 10. 


6b 


XX. 31,81. 




4d 


xxiSO. 


4b 


xxxvi 87. 




6d 


2 Chron. xviii 4. 


40 


Dan. i 20. 




6d 


xviii 6. 


4d 


Zeph.i6. 




6d 


xviii 7. 


4b 







§ lit. should I be enquired of to be enquired 
ENBIOH. 



^^y to be rich. Hiphil pret. 
xvii. 25 : Ps. Ixv. 9. 



Ezek. xxvii 33. fut. I Sam. 



-ETSfBlQTSr. 

rriK e. a sign ; memorial ; also a military endgn, eepedally that 
of each particular tribe : Num. ii. 2 : Ps. Ixxiv. 4. 

Dp^ to lift up anything on high ; to lift up an ensign. HlTH- 
Tomjpart. Zech. ix. 16. D^ m. a standard, banner, &c., 
placed on conspicuous situations, Isa. xxx. 17, for the 
purpose of calling the people together, Isa. v. 26, xi lo, 
12 ; to collect fugitives, or bring together forces of an 
army for an attack on the enemy, Isa. xviii 3 ; xxxi. 9 ; 
of the Messiah, Isa. xi. lo. 

EirSITABED. 
^p\D m. a snare : Job xxxiv. 30, lit, fix>m the snaree of the 
people. 



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EiTTAiraiiii. 

?p3 to roll up, to involve, to entangle ; to be perplexed, to 
wander about in perplexity. NiFHAL jpart, Exod. xiv. 
3 ; Bee Perplex, 

XITTSB, ENTBAirOB, XNTBY. 
1 pTi'^H m. entrance : Ezek. xL 15. 

S Kia to come in. Kal •jjre*. »>inf. «<wp. ^/frf. •port. PoeL 
HiPHiL 'pre^. S|>ar«. ^nSli^ com. entrance. 'HM^/. an 
entrance. 

3 t|7n to walk, to go, &c. Kal tn/. 

4 *1*in (see Chamber), to enter into an inner chamber. Kal 

jKtrt, Poel, Ezek. xxi. 14 ; Cresenius and Fiirst, -which 
besieges them, which besets them on every side. 

5 iiru to come down upon, to sink deep into, to make a deep 

impression on the mind. KAhfia, Frov. xvii. to, marg. 
'aweth,' as from nnn. 



A *ia|f topass 


over. 


KALff^. 








7 na m. a mouth. 










8 nnB m. dooi 


; entering in; entiy: 


Mioah ▼. 6, many. 


'with 


her own naked swords;' see 


Draw, • nnB m. entrance. 


Gen.viil8. 


2a 


1 Chron. ix. 19. 


2h 


Jer. xvii. 27. 


2b 


xiLll. 


2b 


xiiiS. 


2b 


iix.2. 


8 


ziz.3. 


2d 


xix.l5. 


2d 


xxi. 18. 


2d 


xix.2S. 


2a 


2 Chron. iv. 22. 


8 


xxii. 2. 


2e 


xxxi.85. 


2d 


vii.2,8. 


2b 


xxiL4. 


2a 


xliiiSO. 


2d 


xiLlO. 


8 


xxvilO. 


8 


Exod.xxziiL9. 


2b 


XiLll. 


2b 


xxxiv. 10. 


2a 


XXXV. 16. 


8 


XV. 12. 


2d 


xxxvi. 10. 


8 


^xl.86. 


2b 


xviii. 9. 


8 


xxxvii. 1ft. 


2a 


lfum.iv.3» £8,80^36^ 




XXUL4. 


2e 


xxxviiL14. 


2h 


89.43. 


2e 


xxiii 18, 15. 


2h 


xlLlT. 


2b 


• v.24,27. 


2a 


xxiii. 19. 


2d 


xlu. 15, 18. 


2b 


XX. 24. 


2d 


xxvi8. 


2b 


xliiL9. 


8 


jfxxiv.8. 


2b 


xxvii2. 


2a 


Lam. i. 10, 10. 


2ad 


DeutxxiiLl.%8,8, 




XXX. 8. 


2c 


iii. 13. 


8 f 


8,8. 


M 


xxxi.16. 


2e 


iv. 12. 


2d 


xxix.12. 


6 


xxxiLl. 


2d 


Ezek.ii.2. 


2d 


Josh.iL8. • 


2a 


xxxiil. 14. 


2b 


iiL24. 


2d 


viiil9. 


2d 


Neh.u.8,15. 


2d 


vii2a. 


2a 


viii29. 


8 


X.29. 


2e 


viiiS. 


2 i 


X.19. 


2b 


Esth. iv. S. 


2b 


xiiL9. 


2d 


X.20. 


2d 


Job xxii 4. 


2d 


xvi. 8. 


2d 


xiiL5j 


2b 


xxxiv. 28. 


8 


XX. 38. 


2d 


XX. 4. 


8 


xxxviii. 16, 22. 


2a 


xxi 14. 


4 


Jadg.L8i25. 


2h 


PB.xxxviLl6. 


2d 


xxvl 10. 10. 


2bh 


iiL3. 


2b 


XI7.I6. 


2d 


xxvii.3. 


2h 


vi6. 


2d 


xcv.lL 


2d 


xxxvi. 20^ 


2d 


ix.36,4<^4«. 


8 


C.4. 


20 


xxxvii. 5. 


•1 


ix.46. 


2d 


cxviiL20. 


2d 


xl. 11. 38, 40. 


XViiL». 


2b 


cxix.130. 


8a 


xLl5. 


1 


xviiLl6,17. 


8 


cxliii.2. 


2d 


xli.e. 


2e 


18am.xxi11.7. 


2b 


Prov.iLlO. 


2d 


xliL9. 2hor2fc 


2Sam.x.8. 


8 


iv.14. 


2d 


xlu. 12, 14. 


26 


X. 14. 


2d 


viu.8. 


7 


xHv.2,2. 


2da 


xi2S. 


8 


xvii. 10. 


6 


xliv.3,9.18w 


2d 


lKing8Ti31. 


8 


xviii. 6. 


2d 


xliv. 6. 


2h 


viiL66. 


2b 


xxiii. 10* 


2d 


xliv.17.21. 


2b 


xiv. 12. 


2b 


l8a.ii.10. 


20 


xlvi. 2. 


2a 


xviii.46. 


2b 


iii. 14. 


2d 


xlvLS. 


2b 


xix.13. 


8 


xxiiLl.« 


2b 


xlvi. 9. 9. 


2e 


xxiLlO. 


8 


xxvi2. 


2d 


xlvi. 19. 


2h 


xxii. SO. 


2b 


xxvi20. 


2c 


Dan.xi.7.24. 


2d 


2KingtviL8. 
viLl.8. 


8 


xxxvii24. 


2d 


xi. 17. 


2b 


2d 


lviL2. 


2d 


XL 40. 41, 


2a 


ix.81. 


2a 


lix.14. 


2b 


H08. xi. 9. 


2d 


X.8. 


8 


Jer.i.16. 


8 


Joel u. 9. 


2d 


xL5. 


2e 


ii.7. 


2d 


Amos V. 8. 


2d 


xir.26. 


2b 


viLi 


2e 


vi.14. 


2b 


xvi.18. 


2h 


viii.14. 


2d 


Obad.ll. 


2a 


xix.23. 


2d 


ix.21. 


2a 


13. 


2d 


xxiii.8. 


8 


xiv. 18. 


2a 


Jonah iii 4. 


2b 


xxilL 11. 


2b 


xvt6. 


2d 


Micahv.e. 


8 


1 Chron. iv. 8O1. 


2h 


xvii. 20. 


2e 


Hab. iii. 1ft. 


2d 


, T.». 


2b 


xvii 28. 


2a 


Zech.v.4 


2a 






«M<.fhai entering. 







EITTEBFBISII. 
n^^^ /. (see Substance, Wiidom), counsel, fixed purpose : Job 
v. 13, "their hands cannot perform their enterprise,'* 
marg, ' anything ; their counsel or purpose.' 

BNTIOE. 
TW to urge, to stir up, to persuade, to entice. HiPHiLyii^. 

Deut. xiii. 6. 
nrid to be open, wide; to be open-hearted, easily persuaded 

or enticed ; Piel, to persuade, to entice. Kal ftU. Job 

xxxi. 27. Piel imp, Judg. xiv. 15 ; xvL 5. fiU, Exod. 

zxiL 16 : 2 Chron. rnii. 19, 30, ai : Prov. iio; xvi. 29. 

PUAL /ul. Jer. XX. 10. 

XITTBBAT. 
y|d to faXL upon ; to strike a league with any one, to entreat 
welL HiPHiL pret. Jer. xv. 1 1, marg, * or, I will entreat 
the enemy fbr thee.' Gesenius, ** 1 will cauAO the enemy 
to come as a suppliant to thee.** 

EzryiBoir. 

23D to oompaMU Kifhal j>ref. Joeh. yii 9* 

ENVY, 
top perhaps originally to bum or be inflamed ; in Piel it is 
applied to the mind burning with jealousy, envy, seal, &c, 
PiBL prei, Ps. IxxiiL 3. fut. Gen. xxvi. 14; xxx. i ; 
xxxvii. II : Ps. xxxviL i ; cvi. 16 : Prov. iii. 31 ; xxiii. 
17 ; xxiv. 1, 19 : Isa. xi. 13 : Ezek. xxxi. 9. par^. Num. 
xi. 29. n^3p /. ardour, ardent zeal, envy, jealousy: 
Job V. 2 : Prov. xiv. 30 ; xxvii. 4 : Ecdes. iv. 4 ; ix. 6 : 
Isa. xL 13 ; zxvL II : Ezek. XXXV. II. 

EFHAH. 
HB^K more rarely HfiK /. a measure, the capacity of which is not 
clearly ascertained ; Josephus compares it to the Attii 
Medimnut, which is about I and -f^th of an English 
bushel : Exod. xvL 36, &o. 

EPHOD. 

^i&M and *lbtjt m, rnCK /. (see Oird), a garment belonging to 
the Idgh priest when officiating in the temple, richly 
embroidered with a curious variety of colours and 
figures. It was put on over all the other garments, 
and reached but a little below the middle of the body : 
it had no sleeves, and was fastened on each shoulder by 
two pieces joined together by a golden button, on which 
was a precious stone, engpraved with the names of the 
twelve tribes, six on one shoulder and six on the other. 
A girdle of the same precious work was fastened to the 
ephod, as a part of it, and served to gird it over the 
heart or breast to the high priest's body. Ephods, or 
garments of the same shape with the high priest*s ephod, 
were worn by priests and Levites. King David also 
wore an ephod. i^D^ and ibtf m. Exod. zzv. 7, &o. 
niD|t /. Exod. zzviii. 8 ; xxiix. 5. 
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1 HTI io hang down ; to draw up, to lift up ; cr, 

2 TP*^ to bring low; to fail, to be impoyerished. E^al pret, 

Prov. xxvi. 7. It is disputed to which root this form 
should be referred ; the meaning may be, hangs down 
as a useless limb, is impoverished or made useless ; 
peihaps both meanings should be considanMl m be- 
longing to the expression. 

S tMd^ m. pL uprightness ; things that are equaL 

4 Tpy to set in order ; to compare ; to estimate. KiL ^fiU, 

*> ^"3? w. order, estimation : Ps. ly. 13. 

5 mt^ to be compared. KAL^fiU, Bj^BJL^fi^. 

9 2/\^ (see Ledga)', this yerb seems to express the idea of 

parallel uniformity ; equally distant. PAUL|Kiit. 
7 t?**^ to weigh. Niphal/u<. 



ExocL xxrvi 22. 
Job xiTiiL 17, !». 
P8. xviLS. 
Iv.lS. 



6 I I^pov. xxvL 7. 
4 a Lsa.xLa5. 

8 xlviS. 
i b I Jjam. IL IS. 



l,or2 
6a 
6b 
6b 



Ezek. xviiL 2Q. 2Q. 
28,89. 
xxiiu.17,17.20. 



^^ straight, rigl4: Micah iii. 9. *i^* m. Ftov. xyii. 36. 

nSw'O m. Isa. xi. 4: Mai. ii. 6. Dn^'O m, ^. Ps. 

xcviii. 9 ; xcix. 4 : Proy. L 3 ; ii. 9. 
]tl^9 m. rectitude, prosperity, suocess : Bcoks. iL ai. 
T\rb^ /. uprightness^ right : Isa. lix. 14. 

BBBOT. 
yp to place ; to set up. 'SiBrnhfuU Gen, xxxiH. 10. 

IDBBASrP. ^ 

^T\ a word^ &c. : Gen. xxiy. 33 : Judg. iii. 19 : 1 Kings ix. 5. 

BBB, EBBOB. 

1 ^yd to err from imprudence^ rashness, or ignorance, but not 
wilfully, being deceived. Kal ^prtt, *naa«> /. that 
which is done in ignorance, unwittingly, or unawares. 

8 7\yt} of the same primary meaning with the former, but im- 
plying something more or stronger in the act ; it is used 
of those who err through wine, or under the influence 
of strong passions, or of those who go far astray : as im- 
plying siut it is to be distinguished from what is done 
presumptuously, or with a high hand ; aymp. Num. xy. 
22, Ac, with xy. 30. Ps. oxix. 21, "the proud, which 
do err from thy commandments,'' i.e. leave them, not 
walking in them, and doing and teaching what they do 
not know ; comp, i Tim, i. 7 ; verse 118, "that err from 
thy statutes ;" LXX. kwoararovtrras &irb rCty Zucami»4rw 
ffov. iTim. iv. I, 2 Pet. ii 18: " one that erreth," and 
"the simple," are spoken of in conjunction, Ezek. xly. ao ; 
the former, not knowiog what he saith or doeth; the 
latter, deceived and misled. Kal ^pret, ^inf, ^fnJt, 
^pati. Poel. • n^H'a«J /. pi, errors. 'n^i«Jo /. 

S /^ M. a fault committed inadvertently in ease or negligence 
of mind. . * \byf Gh. /. error, negligence. 



4 n^ to wander, go astray ; ^kea of drunken persons, and of 
the mind as erring from the paths of virtue and piety ; 
to be deceived, in a moral sense. Kal *pret. ^fvL 
'>part, HiPHiL *pret. *fiU. *paai, snvSRf, error, im- 
piety. ^ D*9n9^ m. pi, mockery. 



Lev. v. 18. . 
Num. xv. 22. 

1 Sam. xxvi 21. 

2 Sam. vi 7. 

2 Uhron. xxxiiL 8. 
Jobvi.24. 
^xix.44. 
Ps.xix.12. 

xcv. 10. 

cxix. 21. 118. 

cxix.110. 



la 
So 
So 
8 
4e 
2a 
Saf 
2e 
4c 
2d 
4a 



Prw. X. 17. 

xiv. 22. 

xix.27. 
Bocles. V. 9, 

X.6. 
Isa. iii 12. 

ix.16. 

xix.14. 

xxviii. 7, 7, 7. 

xxix.24. 

XXX. 28. 



1D80APB. 



4 f 
4b 
8b 
lb 
lb 
4 f 
4 f 
4d 
2a 
4c 



Isa.xxxiL6L 

XXXV. 8. 

lxiiL17. 
Jer. X. 15. 

xxiii 18^88. 

U.18. 
Sxek.xlv.20. 
Dan.vL4. 
Hoa.iv.lB. 
Amo8ii.4. 



4 fiMicahiU.6. 



IS 

4e 
4h 
4e 
4h 
2d 
8a 
4d 
4e 
4f 



1M to perish. Kal pret. Job xi. 20. 
V^ to go out ; to go forth as djslivered from danger. Kal 

•pret, ^inf. 
to be smooth ; to slip away, to escape quickly. With 

irrf,, speedily escape. NiFHAB •pret. *»fi^f, •imp, 

^fut, •part. HiPHiL'/irt. 
m^ flight ; see FUs^ 
to deliver with esergy and power. KlFBAL •fut* Hl- 

ifBiL^pret, 
to pass over. Kal/i«<. 
com, eye : 2 Sam. xx. d. 

to escape out of danger; very suxular to l&iQ* Kal 
•pret, PiEL ^fut, o B Jb m. such as escape. * «Ve m. 
liberation. • ID^^B m. escaper, that esoapeth, is esoi^Mdy 
Ac. 'iD*b^ m, those that escape. *niD*bB/. escape, 
deliverance ; what has escaped. ^ IQ^DO m. escape. 
9 n^K^ /. remnant, remainder. « 



lJ?Q 



- T 



Gen. xiv. IS. 

xix.17.17,28. 

xix.19. 

xix.20. 

xxxiL8.a 
Exod. X. 6. 
Num. xxi. 29. 
Deut. xxiii. 16. 
Josh. viii. 22.P 
Judff.iiL26^86^ 

iii. 29. 

xiL6. 

xxL 17. 
1 Sam. xiv. 41. 



8e 
8c 
8b 
8d 
8g 

I? 

6a 
8e 
8ad 
8a 
8e 

S« 
8a 



xi^ 10, 12, 17, 18. 8d 



xxiLi;.,, 

xxiii. 18. 

xxvii.l,l« 

XXX. 17. 
8 Sam. L 8. 

iv.6. 

XV. 14. 

XX. ft. 
1 Kings XTiii.49i. 

xix. 17, 17* 

XX. 20. 
g Kings ix. 161^ 

X.24. 



8d 
8a 

8bd,a 
8a 
8a 
8a 

5b,f 
8d 
8e 
8d 
8e 
8d 



2 Kings xix. 80^ SL 
xix. 87. 

1 Chron. iv. 48. 

2 Chron. xvi 7. 
XX..24 

XXX. 6. 

xxxvi29. 
Esra ix. 8, H 16. 
Neh. i. 2. 
Esth. iv. 18. 
Job i. 16, 16k 17, 19. 

XL 20. 

xix.20. 
Fs.lv. 8. 

Ivi 7.y 

kxL2. 

cxxiv. 7, 7. 

cxli. 10. 
Prov. xix. 6. 
Eccles. viL 28. 
Isa.iv. 2. 

X.20. 

XV. 9. 

XX. 6. 

xxxviL81,82i 

xxxviLSS. 

xlv.20. 



8 a 

l^ 
8 a 

lg 

8d 
*,1 
8 f 
8h 
8d 
8b 
8a 
6 
8d 
8d 

f» 

19 
II 

8e 



I8a.lxvil9. 
Jer. xi. 11. 

XXV. 85. a 

xxxiL4. 

xxxiv. 8. 

xxxviiil8,28. 

xlil6. 

xIlLl7.e 

xliv. 14, 14. 

xliv. 28. 

xlvift. 

xlviiLS^ 

xlviiil9. 

L28. 

1.29.f 

U.60. 
Lam. ii. 28. 
Ezek. vi 8, 9. 

vii. 16, 18. 

xvii 16, 18. 

xxiv. 26, 27. 

xxxiiL 21, 28, 
I)aa.xL4L 

xi42. 
Joelii.8. 
AmoBlx. 1« 
Obad.14. 



8f 
8b 

II 

8d 
8d 
8a 
8e 
8eo 
8e 
8d 
8d 
8e 
8c 

S« 
80 

8e 

8e 

8ea 

8d 

8e 

8e 

8d 

s» 
s* 

8e 
8e 



a Ut. shall be f(Hr an esoa^ing. /i lU. a remainder, or escaper. v ^ 

shall deliverance be to (hem. 8 lit. and escaping shall perish. • ttt. a 
remainder, or ^awget, ^ Ut, there be.no escaping. 



B80HEW. 
*1^D to turn aside out of the way* 
lit, turned from ; 8 ; ii, 3, 



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BSFOUSB, B8POU8AL. 

\tn^ to beirothe. Piel Tpret, 2 Sam. iii. 14. 
n^S/3 /• pi' espousals ; see Spouse : Jer. u. 4. 
nann /. see Marry: Cant. iii. ii. 



ESPY. See SPY. 



B8TABI.ISH. 



1 m 

3 prn 
7 |« 



8 3^3 



to support, bear. Niphal, to be supported, borne ; to be 

fiiithful, firm ; to be founded, stable. Niphal *pret. 

^fut, ^part. * now /. troth, 
to be firm, strong. Piel, to strengthen; to set up, to 

build: •»/. 
to be strong ; see Ctmfirm, Kal prd, 
to lay the foundation, to found. Kal prct, 
to set ; to establish. HiPHiL imp, 
to sit, to dwell ; to make to dwell. Hiphil/ii<. 
to stand, to be erect ; to stand firm, to be established ; to 

be prepared ; to be founded. Niphal ^pret. ^fut. ^part. 

PoLEL ^pret. •imp. 'fut. Hephil spret. ^inf. »/«*. 

^paH, HoPHAL ^pra. Hithpolbl »/ia. 
to set, to put, to place ; to fix, to establish. HiPHiL/ii<. 
to lean ; to keep firm and steady, to establish. Kal part, 

Patd. 

10 ^VO to uphold, to support. Kal imf, 

11 npy to stand. Hiphil*«»/. ^fia. 

12 D^p to arise ; to stand firm and upright ; to continue. Kal 

^pret. ^fut. Bjfeil *> pra. ^inf, *%mp. '/irf. ^part, 

DV Ch. P'al ^inf, Aphbl »/««. 

18 ti?^ ^* to be or become straight. Hophal prtL 

7b 

2 

7b 

12 b 
8 
7b 
7b 
7m 
7b 

lib 
7b 

12c 
7c 
lb 
10 
7 1 
7d 

12d 
7m 
7 f 
7k 
7b 
7h 
7k 

12o 
IS 

12 h 

12 i 

Ua 

6 

7c 

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71 



719 to become great. Hzfhil, to come to great estate : pret. 
EooIbb. L i6. 



Gen-TLia. 


12 c 


1 Ohron. xvii. 14. 


7c 


Prov. iv. 28. 


ix.& 


12R 


xviu28. 


lb 


viii. 28. 


ix. 11, 17. 


12 c 


xvii. 24, 24. 


lb,7o 


xii. 8. 19. 


xviL 7, 18. 


12c 


xxiLlO. 


7ff 


XV. 22. 


xvii21. 


12 f 


xxviii. 7. 


\l 


XV. 25. 


XH.S2. 


7c 


2Chron.L9l 


XVL8.12. 


Exod.vi4. 


12 c 


ix.8. 


11a 


XX. 18. 


XV. 17. 


7d 


xii.l. 


7h 


xxiv.S. 


Lev. XXV. SO. 


12 a 


XZ.20. 


lb 


XXV. 6. 


xxvi.9. 


12 c 


XXV. 3. 


8 


xxix.4. 


Nam. XXX. IS. 


12f 


XIX. 6. 


lib 


xxix. 14. 


XXI. 14. 


12 c 


xxxii. 1. 


Id 


XXX. 4. 


IVnit. viii 18. 


12 d 


JobxxiS. 


7c 


I8a.ii.2. 


xix.l5. 


12b 


xxii28. 


12b 


vil9. 


xxvm.9. 


12 f 


xixvi.7. 


6 


ix.7. 


xxix.lS. 


12d 


Ps. viL ». 


7 f 


xvi.6. 


xxxiLft. 


7 f 


xxiv. 2. 


7 f 


xlv.18. 


lSam.i.28. 


12 f 


xl.2. 


7d 


xlix.8. 


m.2o. 


1 C 


xlvlii.8. 


7 f 


liv. 14. 


xiii. IS. 


M 


Ixxvui. 5. 


12 f 


lxiL7. 


XX. 31. 


Ixxvui. 09. 


4 


Jer. X. 12. 


xxiv. 20. 


12a 


Ixxxvii. 6. 


7 f 


XXX. 20. 


2 Sam. V. 12. 


7g 


buTlx.2.4. 


7 i 


xxxiii.2. 


ru. 12. 


7g 


Ixxxix. 21, 87. 


7b 


IL16. 


Tii.l6,ie. 


la.7o 


xc. 17, 17. 


7e 


Ezek.xvi60,(& 


vii26. 


12e 


XCUL2. 


7c 


I)sn.iv.8e. 


▼ii.20. 


7c 


xcvLlO. 


7b 


vL7. 


lKingaiL12. 


7b 


xcix.4. 


7d 


vi.8,15. 


ii.24. 


7g 


cii.28. 


7b 


xi.14. 


ii.4S. 


7c 


cxiLS. 


9 


Amos V. IS. 


ii.46. 


7a 


cxix. 90. 


7d 


Micahiv.l. 


is. 5. 


12c 


cxLll. 


7b 


Hab.i.12. 


XV. 4. 


11 a 


Prov.iiiW. 


7d 


Zecb.v.U. 


lChron.xviill. 


7g 












ESTATE. 





Ttyy\ /. state, condition, manner : Ecdes. iii. i8. 
|3 m. place, &c. : Dan. xi. 7, 30, 31, 38. 

nD*T5 /. antiquity; former estate, old estate : Ezek. xvi. 55, 55, 
55; xxxvi. II. 
I'ln m. law; probably t. q^. n^^n in the parallel place. iChron. 
xvii. 17, "Hast regarded me according to the estate of 
a man of high degree, O Lord God ;'* rather and lite- 
rally, according to the law of the man from on high, 
Jehovah Elohim. See C. B. Michaelis, XJberiores Anno- 
tationes «n loc, ** Thou hast spoken to me of my son and 
seed, so that I conclude he will be the Jehorah that 
shall reign," Ps. xciii. i ; xcvi. 10 : the true God, Ps. xlv. 
7, 8 : and thy son in the divine nature, Ps. ii. 7 ; and my 
Lord, Ps. ex. I, Matt. xxii. 43» 44- See Manner. 

ESTEEM, ESTIMATE, ESTIMATZOIT. 

1 IB^'n to think, intend, account; regard. Kal •prrt. ^fut. 

Niphal «prrt. ^fut. 

2 "^B^ to be right. PiSL, to esteem right : pret, 

3 Tpy to set in order; to esteem, to estimate. Kal *fwt, Hl- 

PHIL ^pret, '^fut, * ^^y m, estimation. 

4 1§V to hide, to lay up in store, to lay up carefully. Kal pret. 



Lev. V. 15, 18. 8 d 

vL 6. 8 d 

xxviL2,8,8.4,5,e, 

8, 7. 8. 13, 16, 16» 

17, 18, 19. 23, 23, 

25, 27, 27, 8 d 



Lev. xxvii. 14 14 8 b c Ps. cxix. 128. 
Num. xviii. 16. 8 d < Isa. xxix. 16» 17. 



Job xxiiL 12. 


4 


.liiLS»4. 


xxxvi 19. 


8a 


Lam.iv.2. 


xU.27. 


lb 





2 
Id 
la 

10 



ESTBAXTGE. 
n^T (Bee Stnmge) ; to be a stranger in another country, or to 
be estranged from the friendship and privileges of the 
place where one sojourns. Kal ^pret. Job xix. 1 3 : Ps. 
Iviii. 3 ; Ixxviii. 30. Niphal ^pret. Eaek. xiv. 5. 
n?3 (see Strange) ; Piel, to make strange, or reject : fut. Jer. 
xix. 4. Lxx. and Vulg. imjAAorpfwo-oy, abalienarunt 
(«**♦) kune loeum, t. «. by consecrating it to foreign 
gods. Targ. and Syr., they have polluted. 

ETBBNAIi, ETEBNITY. 
•ry (see Ever) ; Isa. Ivii. 15. 
tiziV over, everlasting ; duration of time that is concealed or 

hidden: Isa. Ix. 15. 
D*TP m. that which is before ; ancient : Deut. xxxiii. 27. 

ETHANIM. 

jn^fcj adj. constant, lasting, never failing, perennis, applied espe- 
cially to water: i Kings viii. 3, i. e. the month of flowing 
brooks (otherwise called Tizri), which coiresponds to part 
of September and part of October. 

BVEE". 
l^t5^P m. plain, even place : Ps. xxvi. I3. 

pnv m. righteousness : Job xxxi. 6, lit. balance of righteonsnets. 

EVEE", EVENIE'G, EVENTIDE. 
Dl^ m. day: Plrov. vii. 9, marg. 'evening of the day/ 



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any to be <nr grow dark. Kal in/. Jodg. xix. 9. Hephil *»/. 
I Sam. xvii. 16. 17^ m. the evening, when the day 
begins to be obscured : Gen. i. 5, &c. najjj /. desert : 
Jer. V. 6. D»a";3? dual, found only in the phrase 
D^an^r^ yi between the two evenings, Exod. xvi. la, 
XXX. 8 ; the time when— according to Exod. xii. 6, Lev. 
xxiii. 5, Num. ix. 3, 5, 11 — the paschal lamb was slain, 
and — according to Exod. xxix. 39, 41, Num. xxviii. 4, 8 
— the daily evening offering was presented. See Gres. 
Lexicon. 
Jiy com, time, season, convenient opportunity : Gen. viiL 1 1, 
lU, in the time of the evening; translated tidtf in con- 
nexion with even. Josh. viii. 39 : a Sam. xi. 1 : Isa. xvii. 
14. 

WS to look. Kal inf. Gen. xxiv. 63, "at the eventide ;" Heb, 
at the looking forth, or, the turn towards the even. 

EVENT. 
rnpD m. that which be&Ueth : Ecdes. ii. 14 ; ix. 2, 3. 

EVEB. 

1 !pK m* length ; for ever, lit, length of days, all the days. 

2 *1^^ fn, generation ; for evermore, lit, to generation and g^e- 

ration. 
8 tff* day; for ever, evermore, lit, all days, length of days. 

4 nV^ m. permanency, perpetuity, eternity; for ever. 

5 IP m, time forward, in duration ; where not determined by 

some word accompanying, perpetuity, eternity; "ever," 
" for ever," " evermore." 
e d^y Ilk everlasting; duration of time that is concealed or 
hidden; eternity; "ever," "for ever," "evermore." 
Gen. iii. a a, &c. : i Chron. xxviii. 7, "unto for ever ;" 
xxix. 10, lit, from ever and ever. * D^V*;^ m, ^ D^;^ 
Ch. m. 

7 nn^V /. a cutting off; "for ever," fM/rg. *toT cutting ofl^ <yr, to 

be quite cut offl' 

8 D*lp m, that which is before, ancient. 

9 *X^1^T\ m, continual, perpetual. 







No. 6 not included. 


6en.zli{L9. 


8 


J6bxxxvL7. 




zUv.82. 




Ps. ix. 5. 5. 


6*6 


Exod. XV. 18, 18. 


6,5 


ix.l8. 




Lev.vi.l8. 




x.l6»16. 


^5 


XXV. 23, 80. 




xiii. 1. 




Num. XXIV. 20^ 24 




xvLll. 




DeuL iv. 40. 




xix. 9. 




xYiii.5. 




xxi.4,4. 


6*5 


xix. 9. 




xxi.6. 




xxviii. 29. 




xxii.26. 




Josh. iv. U, 




xxiiL6. 


1.8 


lSam.ii.82.85. 




XXV. 15. 




xxvUi. 2. 




xxxvii. 26. 




2 Sam. iL 26. 




xxxvii 29. 




1 Kings V. 1. 




xliv. 28. 




xi.39. 




xlv.6,6. 


6,5 


xii. 7. 




xlv. 17. 17. 


6.6 


2King»xvil.87. 




xlviiL14,14. 


e.5 


1 Chron. xxviii. 9. 




xUx.9. 




2 Chron. x. 7. 




li.3. 




xxi.7. 




liL6. 




xxxiii. 7. 


6a 


m.8. 8. 


6,5 


Jobiv.20. 




lxi.8. 




xiv.20. 




Ixviiil6. 




xix. 24. 




lxxiv.1.10,19. 




XX. 7. 




lxxviL8,8. 


4^2 


xxiii 7. 




lxxix.5. 





Ps. Ixxxiii 17. 

Ixxxix. 29. 

lxxxix.46. 

xcii.7. 

xciii. 5. 

civ. 5. a 

cv. 4. 

cxi. 8, 10. 

cxi. 8, 8. 

exit. 8, 9. 

cxix. 44. 44. 

cxxxii. 12, 14. 

cxlv. 1. 1. 

cxlv. 2, 2. 

cxlv. 21. 21. 

cxlviii6.6. 
Prov. viu. 23./^ 

xiLl9. 

xxix. 14. 
Luuxxvi. 4. 

xxviii. 28. 

XXX. 8. 8. 

xxxiii. 20. 

xxxiv.10,10,10. 

lxiv.9. 

Ixv. 18. 
Jer.xxxi.86. 



5 
5 
4 

5 
1.8 
«.5 

9 

5 
5,6 

5 
«.5 

5 

e.5 

6,5 
6,5 
6.5 

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5 
5 
6 

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8 



Jer. xxxii 89. 8 

ixxv. 19. 8 

1.89. 4 

Lam. V. 20. 4 

Dan.iL420,20.y44. 6b 

a lit. tot ever and oyer, 
unto ever. 



Ban.{iL9. 6b Dan.xii.8,8. 6^6 

iv.84. 6 b Amos L 11. 4 

v.lO. 6 b Micahiv.SbS. 6,5 

VL6.21, 26. 6 b vii.18. 5 
viL 18, 18, 18. 6 b 

^ M(. from the dden times of the earth. yUt, 



EVEBIiASTIira. 

h\* m. day : Micah v. a, marg, * from the days of eternity.' 
^P m. (see Ever) : Isa. ix. 6, Ut, father of eternity; Hab. liL 6. 
Compare Te Deum, ver. a. 
D^]^ m. (see Ever) : Gen. ix. 16, &c. : Hab. iiL 6. Ps. xo. i, 2, 
of time, endless and unlimited, whether past or yet to 
come. Db^ Ch. m. Dan. iv. 3, 34 ; vii 14, 37. 
d^p m. that which is before, audent : Hab. L ii. 

EVirENOE. 
*1fiD m. book, register: Jer. xxxii. 10, 11, 12, 14, 14, 14, 16, 44. 

EVIDENT. 
D^'^d m. pi, fiioe : Job vL 38, marg. 'before your &oe.' 

EVIL. 

1 pK m, vanity, misfortune, calamity: Prov. xiL ai. 

2 fi^K m, a man : Ps. oxL 1 1, marg, 'a man of tongue.* 

3 *)l'n m. word, matter, &a; "evil fiivourednea," Ut, an evil 

thing. 

4 hyh'^ 80« Wicked: Ps. xlL 8, marg, 'a thing of BeliaL* 

6 ]n^ to be evil, wicked ; to be pernicious, hurtfuL "KALfut, 

6 )i^ com, tongue : Ps. oxl. 11, marg, 'a man of tongue.' 

7 yin to break, to break in pieces ; vntra/M. to be evil, bad ; from 

the idea of breaking, being broken and so made worth- 
less ; to be evil ; to do evil ; to deal ill with. It implies 
also displeasure, anger, sadness, envy. With vrf,, indeed 
do evil. KAL^jpret. ^iBEXL^pret, ^ inf, ^fut, •pari. 
' ^5 adj. Gen. ii. 9, &o. s y*> m, evil, wickedness. 

8 ny^ to feed ; to consume. Kal paH, Poel, Job xxiv. 31, i. «. 

oppreeseth. 

No. 7 f not included. 



Gen. xliv. 5. 


7b 


P8.X1L8. 


4 


Exod. V. 28, 28. 


7b 


xciv. 16. 


7e 


Lev.v.4. 


70 


cxix. 115. 


7e 


Deut. XV. 9. 


7a 


cxi. 11. 


1, 6 


xviil. 


7f;8 


Prov. xii 21. 


1 


xxvi6. 


7d 


xxiv. 8. 


7o 


xxviiL54,56. 


5 


xxiv. 19. 


7e 


Josh. xxiv. 15. 


7a 


Isa.i4. 


7e 


1 Kings xiv. 9. 


7d 


il6,16. 


'K 


xvii. 20. 


7b 


ix.l7. 


1 Chron. xxL 17. 


7ob 


xiv.20. 


7e 


Job viii. 20. 


7e 


xxxi.8,2. 


7f e 


xxiv. 21. 


8 


xii 28. 


7d 


Ps.xxvi6. 


7e 


Jor.iv.4. 


7g 


xxxvii. 1,9. 


7e 


iv.22. 


7o 


xxxvii 8. 


7o 


X.5. 


7d 



Jer.xiii28. 

XX. 18. 

xxil2. 

xxiii 2. 

xxiii 14. 

xxiii. 22, 22. 

xxiv. 8, 8, 8. 

xxiv. 8, 8. 

XXV. 5, 5. 

XXV. 29. 

xxvi8,8,8. 

xxix. 17. 

xxxviii9. 

xliv. 22. 
Zei>h.il2. 



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7fg 

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EUITTTOH. 
D^D an eunuch ; courtier, chamberlain : 3 Kings ix. 33, marg. 
* or, chamberlains ;' xx. 18 : Isa. xxxix. 7 ; Ivi. 3, 4 : Jer. 
xxix. 3, marg, *or, chamberlains;' xxxiy. 19; xxxviii* 
7 ; xii 16 ; Iii. 35 : Dan. L 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,18. 

EWE. (See also YOTTNO.) 
n^l3 /. a lamb that has done sucking; a young sheep; ewe 



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lamb ; covenants were ratified by a present of seyen 

ewe lambs or sheep : Gen. zzi 28, 29, 50 : Lev. xiv. 10 : 

Kom. vi. 14 : 2 Sam. zii. 3. 
7rn a female, or mother sheep : Gen. xxxi 38 ; xxxii. 14. 
nb com, a lamb or kid, a sheep or goat : Lev. zzii 28, marg, 

'or, she goat.* 

EXACT, EXAOTIOir. 

1 nt^l /. expulsion, driving out, of persons from their possessions. 

2 KIT to go forth. HiPHiL, to cause to come forth : fvt, 

8 '^y^ to urge, drive on to labour ; to press a debtor ; to oppress. 

KaTi ^prtt. ^fut, '>paH. Poel. 
4 ntjfi to receive as usury, cTj to exact. TLAJj^paH, Poel. Hi- 

FHIL ^fut. Job xi. 6, or, God hath caused thee to be 

foi^otten of thine iniquity. 

K^ the same. Kal ^parj. Hiphil V^* ^^9^ ^' ^^'^i^'i^ 



T T 

Deut.xv.2.8. 8b 


Neh. V. 10, 11. 


4a 


l8a.lviiL8. 


8b 


2 Kings XV. 20. 2 
xxiilss. 8 a 


X.81. 


6c 


I1.17. 


80 


Jobxi.6. 


4b 


EBek.xlv.9. 


1 


Neh.v.7. 5a»or4a 


PB.lzxiix.22. 


6b 







EXAIiT. 
n53 to be high, to be exalted. Kal •j)rrf. ^fia, HiFHiL 

^pret. « imf, •/«<• ^pcurt. See Gate* 
^^b3 to lift or raise up. Ka.l ^pret, Niphax ^fvt, *>part. 

PiEL * pret, HiTHPAEL •fiU. ^part 
7/D to cast up, to oppose oneself. Pilpbl ^imp, Hithposl 

^part. 
TD^ to ascend. Niphal pref. 
D^*1 to be high or lifted up ; to exalt oneself teq. ^7 to triumph 

over any one: Ps.xiii3. Kal •jwef. ^itif, •imp. ^fvi. 

PoLEL«tt»p. '/«<. PoLAL tyw«. >»j9ar<. HiPHiL ipre^. 



DD*! 



^imp. ^fiU. '^part. BrmBOLSL ^ fut. 



to be lifted up; to be high. Kal •pr«f. ^part. PoeL 

NlPHAL«/i*<. 

2}\£^ to be raised high, as an inaccessible fortress ; as a person, in 
such a place of defence. Hence in Piel, to set on high, 
or out of the reach of danger. Kal *prei, Niphal 
^pret, ^part. Hiphil <*/t*<. 



EzocL iz. 17. 

XV. 2. 
Num. xxiv. 7. 
iSam.iLl. 

ii.lO. 
2 Sam. V. 12. 

zxiL47. 

1 Kings i 6. 
xiv.7. 
xvi. 2. 

2 Kings xiz. 22. 

1 Chron. xxiz. IL 
Neh. iz. 6. 
Job v. 11. 

xvii. 4. 

zziv.24. 

zxxvi.7. 

XXZVL22. 
Ps. xii. 8. 

ziiL2. 

zviii46. 

zzLlS. 

xxziv.8. 

zzxvii.84. 

zlvi.10,10. 



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8b 
6 f 
2e 
6a 
6 1 
2d 
6d 
2 f 
6 i 
6 1 
6 i 
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6h 
7a 
6 f 
6a 
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7d 
6b 
6d 
6d 
6c 
6 f 
6 f 
6d 



EXAMIITE. 
Kal imp, Ps. zxvi. a. 



P8.xlviL». 


4 


Ivii 6, 11. 


6c 


lxvi.7. 


6d 


Ixxv.lO. 


M 


lxzxiz.16^17,84. 


lxxziz.19. 


6 i 


zcii. 10. 


6 1 


zcviL9. 


4 


zcix. 6, 9. 


6e 


cvii82. 


6 f 


cvili.6. 


6c 


cxii.9. 


6d 


cxviii.18. 


6b 


oxviiL28. 


6 f 


cxl.8. 


6d 


czlvm.14. 


6 1 


Prov. Iv. 8. 


8a 


zLll. 


6d 


ziv.29. 


6m 


ziv. 84. 


6 f 


zviL19. 


1 f 


l8a.iL 2. 


2 c 


iLll,17. 


7b 


v.ld. 


lb 



l8a.ziL4. 

ziiL2. 

ziv. 18. 

zzv.l. 

ZZZ.18. 

zzziii.6. 

zzziiL 10. 

zzzvii.2S. 

zl.4. 

zliz.ll. 

lii.18. 
£eek.zviL24. 

zix. 11. 

zzi. 26. 

zziz. 15. 

zzzi6. 

zxzi. 14. 
Dan.zLl4. 

xiS6. 
H08. xi. 7. 

ziii.1. 

ziii. 6. 
Obad.4. 
Micahiv.l. 



7o 
6k 
6dor 1 
6 f 
6d 
7o 
60 
6 i 
2b 
6d 
5d 
Ic 
lb 
Id 
2e 
la 
lb 
2e 
5n 
6 f 
2a 
6d 
le 
So 



eh'J to search. Piel inf, Ezra z. 16. For ^^^H see Qeeeniug' 
Gram. § 8, rem. la 

SXOEBD, EXOEEDING, EXOEEDHTGIiT. 

1 D^IPK m. pi. God : Jonah iiL 3, lU. of God ; comp. Ps. xxxvL 6. 

2 *)^ to be strong, to prevail. Hithpaxl, to conduct one- 

self proudly, insolently : fut. 
8 71J to be or become great. Kal ^fia. Hiphil ^pret. 

«^^"»i(w^. great. 
4 7^1 fit. gladness : Job iii. a2, lU. rejoicmg unto gladness. 
6 ^pj to add. Kal "pret. Hiphil ^jwef. •jvt. 

6 ^\ m. abundance, used adverbially. * *i*n2 Oh. adj. id, 

7 *TKp m. strength, force ; used also adverbially, exceedingly, 

either singly, or • il*0 il*0, or ^ iko fltoa. 

8 rnD to be superfluous, to hang over. Kal port. Patil. 

9 1^ fidj, many, much, &c. 

10 n3T to multiply. HiPHn;^ tf^f. 

11 K^l^ Ch. adj. many, great, much. 

12 nnpfe^ /. joy, gladness. 



Gen. vii. 19. 7 a 

XUL18. 7 

XV. 1. 7 

xvi. 10. 10 

xvii. 2. 6, 20. 7 b 

xxvii. 88. 8 c> 7 

xxvii. 84. 7 

XXX. 43. 7 a 

xlvii 27. 7 

Ezod- i. 7. 7 b 

ziz-16. 7 

Num. xiv. 7. 7 a 

Deut. xzv. 8, 8. 6 c 

1 Sam. zz. 41. 8 b 
xzvi. 21. 7, 10 

2 Sam. viii. 8. 7 
zii2. 7 

a lit. and strengthened 
great grief. 



2 Sam. ziiL 16. 

1 Kings iv. 29. 
vii. 47. 
Z.7. 

Z.23. 

2 Kings z. 4. 

1 Chron. zz. 2. 

2 Chron. iz. 6. 
zi. 12.a 
ziv. 14. 
zzzii. 27. 

Neh. iL 10./i 
Estfa. iv. 4. 
Job iiL 22. 

zzzvi. 9. 
Ps. zzL6. 

zliiL4i 



8c,7 

7 

7a 

6b 

8a 

7a 

7 

6a 

7,10 

9 

7 

8c 

7 

4 

2 

12 

12 



P».lzviiL8. 


12 


cxix.96,167. 


7 


cxxiu. 8, 4. 


9 


Jer. xlviiL 29. 


7 


Ezek.ix.9. 


7b 


xvi. 18. 


7b 


xziiL15. 


8 


zzzvU.10. 


7a 


zlviLlO. 


7 


Dan. iii 22. 


6a 


vi.28. 


11 


viL7.19. 


6a 


viii. 9. 


6 


Jonah L 10, 16. 


80 


iii 8. 


1 


iv.L/i 


80 


iv.6. 


80 



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EXOEI.» EXCEIiIiEITT, EXCEIiLEITOT. 

1 y^^ adj, mighty, illustrious, powerful, noble. See Olorff, 

2 ^n^ to choose. Kal part. Patil. 

8 ntO to rise up, to increase ; to be raised up, elevated ; to 
be eminent, to excel. Applied to God, it signifies 
the highest magnificence, power, and excellency 
most illustriously displayed; applied to men, it 
signifies superior honour, virtue, excellence, and 
lustre; applied to waters, the sea, waves, it signi- 
fies their rising, overflowing, boisterous tossing and 
roaring ; applied to plants, it denotes their growth ; 
to smoke, its ascending up ; to afflictions, their in- 
crease, &c. Excellency sometimes means that which 
causes elation of mind, Ezek. xxiv. ai. *]^MJ m. sub- 
limity, majesty; ornament, glory, splendour; pride, 
arrogance. »>ni«|/. a lifting up, glory. «m«|/. 
magnificence, majesty. 

4 nSII m. height ; majesty, magnificence. 

6 *ll2U adj. mighty. 

6 yii to become great. Hiphil pre^. 

7 *l*jn m. glory, honour, majesty. 

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*)n^ to renudn ; to be abandant ; to be more than otberR ; 
to excel. HiPHiL */««. *tn* m. what exceeds 
boondfl or measiire, pre-eminence. *|^'^r»! /. profit. 
*vn2 Ch. adj. very great, excellent. •^T\^ adj, 
exeellent ; ma/rg. * abundant.* See also *i)n. 
T)^ «». a captain, mler, noble ; need also abstractly, w^ilia, 
honetta; worthy of a prinoe or ruler. 
IX rWJ tee Victory, Ovenee. Pol inf. 

12 ngtb /. a rising, exaltation, digni^. •»'<? m, height, great- 

ness. 

13 ^p m, ornaments : Ezek. xri. 7. 

u Tf?f to ascend; metaph, to rise, IncreMe, adyanoe. Eal 

prd, 
15 rnKDA /. ornament; glory, praise, honour; ''excellent ma- 
''*' jesty." 

ng adj, cold: Prov. xvii. 27, a*n3. 
\^th m, head, the first or highest in its kind. 

3^ m. multitude, abundance, 
ni*) to be multiplied, to become great. ^iALfid, 
K^|b^ a4j' greats excellent. ^ 

3jb to rise, to be high, to be exalted. Kiphal parL 

\ff^^ m. captahi, lord; abstractly, prvncipaUa. D^tJj^, 
a»n3, the day before yesterday, $.<; in time past. 
Umbreit distinctly prefers this reading and sense in 
Prov. xxiL 20 to the ''^^y as a contrast to ** day " in 
the former verse. 
WI to search, explore. HiPHiL, to direct in the way i /trf. 
The meaning of Prov. xiL 36, according to this i^oot, 
will be, "the righteous explores or directs Us way 
more than his neighbour ; but the way of the wicked 
{jpl,) seduceth them." 



la 



Gen.xlix.8k8. 


»b 


PaxlviL4 


Sa 


Cent. v. IS. 


8 


xlix.4. 


9a 


lx«.4. 


12 


I8a.iv.2. 


8a 


Ezod. XV. 7. 


8a 


lxviiL84. 


8c 


xii. 6. 


. «b 


Deut. izxiiL 20; SO. 


80 


Ixxvi4. 


1 


iiiLl9. 


8a 


1 Kings iv. 80. 


19 


ciu.ao. 


8 


xxviiL29. 




1 Chron. xv. 21. 


11 


cxlL 6. 


17 


XXXV. 2»8L 




£8th.L4. 


15 


cxlviiL18. 


21 


lx.15. 


8a 


Job fv. 21. 


9b 


CL2.. 


18 


Bzek. xvi T. 


18 


xiiill. 


12 


Pkev. viiL & 


10 


xxiv.21. 


8a 


XX. 6. 


12a 


xii.26. 


9e,or22 


Dan.ii.8L 


9d 


xxxTiL4 


8a 


xviL7. 


9b 


iv.86. 


9d 


xxxTiL28. 


20 


xviL27. 


8, or 16 


v. 12,14. 


9d 


xl.10. 


4 


xxii.20. 


22 


vu8. 


9d 


PB.viii.1,9. 


1 


xxxt29. 


U 


Amos vis. 


8a 


xvi.8. 


1 


Eccles. iL 18. 18.a 9 


viii.7. 


8a 


xxxTiT. 


8 


vii.12. 


90 


Nah. 112.2. 


8a 



a Hi, as much as tiie exoellenoe of Bght above darkness. 

BXOHAITGB. 

^^D to change, exchange. Hiphil fvi. Ezek. xlviii. 14. 
n^^DFt f, exchange : Lev. xxvii. 10 : Job xxviii. 17. 

EXBCBATIOir. 
n^ f.JKH oath ; imprecation, curse : Jer. xlii. 18 ; xliv. u. 

EXECUTE. 
1 p'l to judge. KALtmp. 

8 ^?y to labour, to serve. With inf., thoroughly execute. KaL 
•M^f. ^^^J Ch, Ithp'al ^pa/rt. 



3 nfe^ to make, do, act; to execute or aooompHsh anything. 

Kal •prrf. ^vitf, *%mp, ^fut. •pari. Pod. Kiphal 
fpret. Kinf. 

4 DBfiS^ to judge. Kal ^ imp, NlPHAL^tV- 



Exod.xiL12. 




PB.oui.e. 


Nunf. V. 80. 




cxix.84. 


viiill. 




cxlvL7. 


xxxlil.4. 




cxlix.7,9. 
Eooles.vkll. 


Deut X. 18. 




xxxiii.21. 




Iia.xvL8. 


1 Sam. xxviiL 18. 




Jer.v.l. 


2 Btan. riii. 15. 




viL5. 


1 Kings vL 12. 




xxill. 


2King8X.30. 




xxii. 8. 


lGfaron.xviiLl4. 




xxiiL6. 


2 Chron. xxii. 8. 




xxlii. 20. 


xxiv.24. 




xxziiLlS. 


E2nviL26. 




Ezek. V. 8, 10. 


Esth.ix.1. 




v.lft. 


Ps.ix.lft. 




xi.9.18. 


xcix.4. 




xvi4L 



8 e 


£eek.xi1iL8. 




8d 


xviiLl7. 




8 e 


XX. 24. 




8b 


xxiii. 10. 




8 f 


XXV. 11. 




8 c 


XXV. 17. 




8 e 


xxviii 88. 28L 




8bd 


XXX. 14. 19. 




1 


xxxix.aL 




8 


xlv.9. 




8a 


H08.XL9. 




8b 


Joel iL 11. 




8a 


Mioahv.lS. 




8 a 


viL9. 




8b 


Zcch.viL9L 




8 a 


viii.16. 




8 a 







EXEMPT. 
^J>^ adj* clear, innocent^ free : i King* xv. as, marg^ *frse.' 

BXEB0I8B. 

Til to take away by violence ; to rob ; to exercise (robbeiy). 
Kal pret. Ezek. xxii. 39. 

?|7n to go. \^th a to enter upon, engage in. TiKLpret, Pk. 
oxxxL 1. 

T\SS ^ bestow labour or toil on anything; Mtq* 1* Kal fi^« 
Ecdes. L 13 ;.iiL 10. 

nfe^ to make, do, act ; to carry into efiSsot. Kal part Poel, 
Jer. ix. 34. 

EXILE. 

H/^ to go into captivity. Kal part. Pool, a Sam. xv. 19. 

n^ to wander ; or, to be bent, bowed down, as a captive by 
fetters. Kal pmi, Poel, Isa. li. 14* Our translators 
have rendered this word " captive exile>'' but Schroeder 
has shown (see Rosenmttller in loe.) that the proper 
meaning is, to be bent or bowed down by bonds, as the 
captive in the pit, who cannot nuse himself erect. 

EXPECT. 
ID3D m. expectation ; looking out in hope, but mostiy ashamed : 

Isa. XX. 5, 6. ID^o m. id, Zech. ix. $• 
mipri /. hope, expectation : Ps. ix. 18 ; Ixii. 5 : Prov. z. a8 ; zi. 

7, 33 ; xxiiL 18 ; xzir. 14 : Jer. xxiz. II. 

EXPEL. 

ehl to drive out. PntL fvt, Judg. xL 7. 

t|*in to thrust away. Kal fut. Josh, xxiii. 5. 

eh^ to possess. Hiphil, to dispossess: pret. Josh. xiii. 13. 

fut. Judg. i. 20. 
rn^ to push, thrust out, expel. Kal fut. 2 Sam. xiv. 14* 

EXPEirSES. 
IKpt} /. empk, Knp&3 Ch. expense^ oos^ what is paid out or ac- 
pended : Ezra vi. 4, 8. 

EXPBBIEKOE. 
tS^nS to divine, to use enchantment in order to obtahi omens ; so^ 



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to learn by experience, or, by close inspection. Phl 
pret. Gen. xxx. 37, ft.e. ascertained by close inspection, 
ntn to see. KiL pret, Eccles. i. 16. lU. had seen much. 

EXFEBT. 
Im to learn, to be instructed. PnAL|>ar^ Cant iii. 8. 
Ipy to set in order. Kal inf, i Chron. xiL 36. pari, Foel, 

1 Chron. xii 33, 35. 
7?fe^ to act wisely, successfully. HTPHnj pcwt. Jer. i 9> or, 

according to another rendering, 
^B^ to be bereaved. HiFHiLjTar^. Jer.L 9, marg, *or, destroyer.' 

EXFIBE. 
n^ to be finished. Phl /u<. Ezek. xliiL 37. 
too to be full, fulfilled. Kal prei, i Sam. zviiL a6 : I Chron. 
zvii. II. f»/. Esth. i. 5. 
9)^VffF\ /. return ; applied to the close of one and the return of 
another year : 2 Sam. xi. i : i Chron. xx. i : 3 Chron. 
xxxvi. 10. 

EXPOUND, 
^p see Declare, Show, - Hiphil i^f, Judg. xIy. 14. part. 
Judg. xiv. 19. 

EXFBE88. 

*)pt< to say. Kal i^f, 1 Sam. xx. 31, lU. if saying I say. 

3j^^ (see Appoint, Name), to mark, note, or eipressly to nomi- 
nate a certain number of persons. Nifhal pret. Num. 
L 17 : I Chron. xii. 31 ; xvL 41 : 3 Chron. xxviii. 15 ; 
xxxi. 19 : Ezra viii. 20. 

EXTEND. 
T|V1D to draw, draw out ; to continue, lengthen out. Kal part, 

Poel, Ps. cix. 13. 
nt3^ to stretch, extend, expand, (see Twm) : Isa. Ixvi 13, <* I 
will extend peace to her as a river," in the abundance 
and perpetuity of a full large river. Kal part. Poel, 
Isa. IxvL 13. Hiphil pret, Ezra vii. 38. /tU. Ezra 
ix. 9. 

EXTINCT. 
1|]^ to be extinguished, to go out, pr, of a light. Kal prd, 

Isa. xliii. 1 7. 
1|PT to cut ofi^ to extinguish. Niphal pret. Job xvii i. 

EXTOIi. 

Kb^3 to lift up. Niphal pret, Isa. Iii. 13. 

TpD to raise, cast up ; to esteem, to prefer, to extol. Kal imp, 

Ps. Ixviii 4 ; Gtisenius, make plain (bc, the way). 
DV» to be lifted up. Polkl /irf. Ps. xxx. 1 ; cxlv. i. Polal 

pret, Ps. Ixvi. 17. D^'^ Ch. P*al jxirt. active, Dan. iv.37. 

D)9^'> m. a lifting up, praise ; Ps. Ixvi. 17, conip. Ps. cxlix. 

6 ; Ixvi. 17, or a verb, as above. 

EXTOBTION. 

YKO to force, press, squeeze ; hence, to oppress by extortion. 
Kal part, Isa. xvi. 4, vMrg, * wringer.* 



nS^ to lend, to exact usury. Kal part, Poel, Ps. cix. 1 1. 
pt^y m. oppression, deceit, firaud : Ezek. xxii 13. 

BXTBBMITY. 
fi^B occurs but once in the Hebrew : Job xxxv. 15. It does not 
appear what our translators understood by the word 
which they have rendered extremity, Mercer and other 
older critics take it to mean multitude, abundance ; the 
Lxx. and Vulg., transgression, as though it were the 
same as ri^B. To this Gesenius leans, and Barnes, who 
would render the sentence, " does not take cognizance 
severely of transgressions." 

ETE, EYELIDS, EYESIGHT. 
I^P com, the eye : it is put for several affections of the mind : 
— (i) The understanding ; Ps. xix. 8, Isa. xlii. 7, Jer. 
y. 3 1 : God's omniscience or watchful providence ; Ezra 
V. 5, Prov. XV. 3, Jer. xL 4. (3) The judgment ; Deut. 
xvL 19. (3) Esteem; Prov. xvii. 8. (4) Kind regard; 
Ps. ci. 6, Isa. i. 15. (5) Desire, good or bad ; Gen. xx. 
16, xxxix. 7, Ps. XXV. 15, Prov. xxvii. 30. (6) Expec- 
tation ; I Kings i. 30. (7) Compassion ; Isa. xiii. 18. 
D^B9D7 m. dual, eyelashes, or eyelids: Job xvi. 16 ; xU. 
18 : Ps. xi. 4 ; cxxxii. 4 : Prov. iv. 35 ; vi. 4, 35 ; xxx. 
13 : Jer. ix. 18. y^'S Ch. eye: Ezra v. 5 : Dan. iv. 34 ; 
vii. 8, 8, 30. ys to eye. Kal part, Poel, 1 Sam. xviii 
9, lit, was eyeing. 

FACE. 
^K m. nose ; anger ; &oe : Gen. iii. 19 ; xix. i ; xxiv. 47, lit, 
her nose : xliL 6 y xlviii. 13 : Niun. xxiL 31 : i Sam. xx. 
41 ; xxiv. 8 ; xxv. 41 ; xxviii. 14 : 3 Sam. xiv. 4, 3*3 ; 
xviii. 38 ; xxiv. 30 : \ Kings L 33, 31 : i Chron. xxi. 
31:3 Chron. vii. 3 ; xx. 18 : Neh. viii. 6 : Isa. xlix. 33 : 
Ezek. xxxviii. 18. |*B3tr Ch. pi, id. Dan. ii. 46. 
f^ com, the eye ; surface, appearance : Exod. x. 5, 15 ; Num. 
xiv. 14, 14 ; xxii 5, 11 : i Kings xx. 38, 41 : 3 Kings 
ix. 30. 
n3B to turn ; to look ; to turn the face. Kal/m*. Gen. xviii. 
33. D*3| m. j>2. the face, countenance, aspect; a per* 
son ; Deut. i. 1 7. The presence of a person, especially 
of God ; Lam. ii. 19, iii. 35 ; Exod. xxv. 30. Face is 
put for fftvour or regard, i Kings xiii. 6, Job xxxiv. 39, 
Prov. xix. 6, xxix. 36, Jer. ii. 37 ; anger or displeasure, 
Lam. iv.i6; the surface of the earth or water, G«n. i. 3, 
39 ; the mouth of a well, 3 Sam. xvii. 19 ; the edge of a 
tool, Eccles. X. 10 ; the front of an army, the forepart of 
a building, i Chron. xix. 10. Gen. i. 3, &c. 

FADE. 
73^ to be exhausted of the natural moisture and spirits ; see 
Wither: Isa. xL 7. It signifies the loss of spirit and 
ooTirage, 3 Sam. xxii. 46, Exod. xviii. 18 ; the loss of 
power, wealth, honour, grandeur, happiness, Isa. xxiv. 
4. , Kal pret, Isa. xxiv. 4, 4 ; xl. 7, 8: Jer. viu. 13. 
yW. 3 Sam. xxii. 46 : Ps. xviii. 45 : Isa. Ixiv. 6 : Ezek. 
xlvii. 13: Isa. Ixiv. 6. part, Poel, Isa. i. 30; xxviii, 

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VAIIm. 

1 ^M to perish, ieq, ]p to periBh from, to fitiL KALprd, 

2 ^K to go away, to depart, to fiuL Kal prd, 

5 pK to be firm ; sure. Niphal prd, that £bu1, i. e, not sore. 
4 D&M to oeaae, to have an end. Kal pret. 

6 ppB to empty ; to be ezhaosted. JfiFBALpra, 

6 *)pl to finish ; to leave off; to fail. KALpret. 

7 /PS to loathe, reject, or refuse. ISjFmhfut. 

8 ^^ to hang down, to be brought low, to l angu ish . Kal 

pret, 

9 ^n to cease, to forsake. Kal pret. 

10 ion to decrease (see Lack) : it seems to be used espedally of 

liquids, as water, oil, &c., failing. Kal ^fiU, HTFinT i 
^fiU. « "^pn adj. wanting, lacking. 

11 KV^ to go forth : applied to the fainting of the soul when the 

spirits, as it were, go forth. Kal ^pret. ^fut. 

12 nn3 to be dim : applied to faintness of the spirit, when the 

vigour of the mind is enfeebled or dulled. "KALfut. 
18 1)3 to lie, deceive. VrKLfut. 

14 E^n3 to waste ; to deny ; to deceive, to lie. Kal *preL ToL 

^pret. *fut. 

15 nXD to be quite done, spent, wasted, exhausted. Kal ^pret, 

* inf. ^fut. Pibl ^fut. • ri)3 adj. pining away, of the 
eye. ']^^^3 m. pining, wasting away. 

16 ni3 to cut off. Niphal, to perish, or fail : fut, 

17 /Kb to stumble, to fiJL Kal pret. 

18 ^ to fall, to fiOl to the ground, to ful. Kal •pref. ^fia. 

HlPHIL«/u<. 

19 nc^3 to dry up, to become dry. Kal *pref. Niphal^ pret. 

20 ^2V to pass on ; to pass away, to be altered, annulled ; inef- 

fectual, disregarded. Kal/i^. 

21 yyi to forsake, to leave, to depart. Niphal, to be lacking: 

*pret, ^part. 

22 3Ty to leave, to forsake. Kal preL 

23 ^^{^ to cover, to be covered ; see Faint, Ovenohelmed, Kal 

fut. 

24 DpB to cease, fail, disappear ; kindred to DpM. Kal pret. 

25 T?B see Ditannul. Hiphil fut. 

26 Hfil to be slack, to slacken the hand, to desist from. Hiphil 

T T ' 

fut, 

27 TO^ to rest, to cease. Hiphil, to cause to cease: ^pret, 

^inf. 

28 v^ Ch. /. error, something done amiss so as to fail. 

29 IpB^ to deal felsely ; to lie. Pkl fut. 

80 DDri to be finished, to be ended. Kal ^pret. ^fut. 



JobxTiLS. 


150 


Pror.xxiLS. 


15ei 


Isa.fi. 14. 


Ut 


xix.14. 


9 


Eccles.x.8. 


10 c 


IriLll 


a 


ziLia 


7 


ziiS. 


25 


hriiiU. 


u 


tttI 16. 


15d 


Canty. 6. 


11 a 


lix.15. 


lib 


Fs.xiLl. 


24 


Isa.xv.& 


16a 


Jer.xiy.8. 


Ut 


rrri 10. 


17 


xix.8. 


6 


XT. 18. 


s 


xxiviiLlO. 


22 


zix.5. 


19b 


xlTiiL88. 


27i 


xLia. 


22 


xxil6. 


16 a 


1L8Q. 


»t 


lxix.S. 


15 a 


xxxi.8. 


15 c 


LanLiLll. 


Ut 


buL9. 


15b 


nxii. 6. 


10b 


iiL2S. 


Ui 


iTTiii, 21 


15a 


zxxii. 10. 


16a 


iv.l7.^ 


15e 


buTlLS. 


6 


ixiiv. 16. 


21a 


Eiek.xiL22. 


1 


Ixxxix. 88. 


29 


zxxTiiL14. 


8 


Hofl.ix.2. 


14 e 


cix.24. 


:i4a 


xl.26. 


21a 


Amo8vin.4u 


ffb 


cxix. 82; 128. 


15a 


X1L17. 


19a 


Hab.iiL17. 


14 b 


cxliL 4. 


1 


zliL4. 


12 


Zepli.iiL6. 


&t 




16a 











Gen.xliL2B. 


lib 


Josh.xxiiiU14. 


xlvii. 15, 15. 


80b.4 


1 Sam. xyii. 32. 


xlyii.16. 


4 




Deut. xxyiii 82. 


16 e 


lKing8ii.4. 


xxviu.66. 


15 f 


vui.25. 


xxxi. 6» 8. 


26 


yiU.56. 


Josh. i. 5. 


26 


lx.5. 


ilLlO. 


80a 


xyii. 14 


zjd.4S. 


18a 


xyii 16. 



18 a 

18 b 

16 

16 

16 

18 a 

16 

10 a 

10 



1 Chnm. xxyiii. 20. 

2 Chron. yL 16. 
vii. 18. 

Ezra iy. 22. 

yi. 9. 
Esth. yi, 10. 

ix.27.28. 
Job xi. 20. 

xiv.U. 



18 c 



15 
2 



PAINT. 

1 nrn adj. sick, faint, languid ; sad. "'i? adj. sick of mind. 

2 n^n to be. Niphal, to be done, finished, wearied out ; fik» 

Lat cofv/Ect ; pret. Dan. viii. 37. 
8 yH^ to be weaiy, spent with labour. KALpret. 
4 ^ to be faint and exhausted through constant laborious actiim; 

especially from running. SIal •/irf. * f\6l a4j. faktigoed, 

wearied, tired. 
6 nn3 to be feeble, fail in strength. PHL pret. 

6 rp3 to be quite done, exhausted ; with V to faint^ with greit 

desire. Kal pret. 

7 riK? to be weary, to sink, to be dispirited, to de^tair under s 

calamity. KALfui. 

8 nn? to be languid. Kal fut. 

9 iVD to fiow, dissolve, melt : metaph. to fiunt^ despond. Kal 

•tn/. Niphal »>j»re<. 

10 DpD to dissolve the consistency or substance of a body ; see 

Melt. Kal ^ inf. Niphal »>/«*• 

11 ^^ to be weary, to be £unt through fiKtigue or want of refred)* 

ment. Kal fut. 

12 f|py to cover ; to be covered, overwhehned ; to swoon, to be 

faint. Kal ^part. PafiL Hithpael «>mi/. e/iO, 

13 ^^y a4j. languid, fidnt, weary. 

14 ^bV to wrap or muffle up so as to be disguised : this seemi to 

have been applied to fiunting or swooning. Pdal •prrf. 
Hithpaxl ^fut. ^ *^^)^ fn. languishing. 
16 "13B to be exhausted of strength and vigour. Phl fret. 

16 y^ to intennit in strength, to cease to move, to stop. K^ 

fut. 

17 TJ51 to be tender. Niphal ^fut. «»^'3t) m. softness; foir, 

timidity. « ^^ ad^. tender. 

18 HBT to be loose, to be weak. Kal ^fut. Hithpail ^prtt. 



Gen. xxy. 29, 80. 

xly. 26. 

xlyii. 13. 
Lev. xxvi. 86L 
Deut. XX. 3. 



18 

16 

8 

17 b 

17 a 



XX. 8, 8. 17 c. 10 b 

xxy. 18. 18 

Josh. ii. 9. 24. 9 b 

Judg. yiiL 4, 5. IS 

1 Sam. xiv. 28, 8L 11 
XXX. 10, 21. 15 

2 Sam. xyi 2. 4 b 
xxi. 15. 11 

Jobi7.5. 7 



Ps. Ixxxiy. 2. 

cyii. 5. 

cxix. 81. 
Proy. xxiy. 10. 
Isa.L5. 

ylL4.a 

X.18. 

xiii. 7. 

xxix. 8. 

xl. 28, 80, 81. 

xl.29. 

xUy.12. 

1L20. 
Jer. yiiL 18. 



6 
120 

6 
18 b 
la 

17 a 
10 a 

18 a 
18 

4a 
4b 
4a 
14 a 
la 



Jer. xly. 8. 

xlix.2S. 

U.46. 
Lam. i. 18. 

1.22. 

iL19. 

y.l7. 
Ezek. XXL 7. 

xxi. 15. 

xxxi. 15. 
Dan. yiii. 27. 
Amos yiiL 18. 
Jonah ii. 7. 

iy.8. 



I 

»b 
1T» 

1« 

12ft 

1 

I 

9i 

14 C 

I 

14 b 

lib 

14b 



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FAIB. 

1 int ffi< gold ; the golden splendour of the finnament ; see 

WeatJuT, 

2 gn to be gracious. TnsLfui, 

3 *nnt3 €idj. pure, clear, clean, as opposed to filthy. 

4 lltd a^. good in a very extensxve sense. * i^iD m. goodness, 
ft nfi^ to be fair, beautiful, comely: implies internal as well 

as external beauty; so applied to the Messiah, Ps. 
xlv. a ; to the Church, Ps. jXv. i i. Kal • prtt, ^fut. 
PuAL «pr«<. HiTHPAEL V**' •np;<u(;. 'n;p-np» 
adj, Tciy fair. 

6 n^ m. doctrine, "£ur speech." 

7 rnKfin /. ornaments, particularly of the head ; *'fair jewels.** 

8 ^Q m. painting, " £Eur colours." 

9 HK'ip m. countenance ; £Eur, lU, good of countenance. 

10 *^^dB^ Ch. oc^'. elegant, beautifuL 

11 ^frOn m. the form, shape, or appearance ; Mr, lit, fair of fonn. 



Gen.Ti.2. 


4 


xii.U.14. 


6e 


xxiv. 16. 


4 


xxvi7. 


4 


Jud«.xy.2. 


4 


1 Sam. xyii. 48. 


6e 


JSam-xiiil. 


6e 


xiv.27. 


6e 


lK™i.S,4 


6e 


Beth.! 11. 


4 


ii.2. 


4.9 


iL8. 


4,9 


iL7. 


6e,u 


JobxzzviLtS. 


1 



Job xlii. Iff. 
Ps. xlv. 2. 
Prov. vii. 21. 

xi.22. 

xxvi.26. 
Cant. i. 8, 16, Iff, le. 

ii. 10, 18, 

iv. 1. 1, 7. 

iv. 10. 

V.9. 

vi. 1, 10. 

viL6. 
Isa. V. 9. 

liv.ll. 



6e 



ff c 

6 

6e 



Jer. It. 80. 



xi. 16. 
zii. 6. 
xlvi.20. 
Ezek. XV 1 17, 89. 

5 e I xxiii. 26. 
ff e I zxxi. 3, 9. 

6 e I xixi. 7. 
ff a Dan. L 16. 
ff e iv. 12, 21. 
6 e Hos. X. 11. 

6 a Amos viii. 18. 
4 . Zech. iiL 6, 6. 

sl 



6d 
ff e 

4 
ff f 

7 

7 
ffe 
6b 

4 

10 

4a 

6e 

8 



FAIB8. 
f\^^ m. traffic by exchange ; wages, gains : Ezek. xxriL I a, 14, 
16, 19, 2a, 17. 

PAITH, PAITHFTTIi. 

1 IPK to support, bear. Niphal, to be supported, borne ; to be 

firm, faithful. Kal 'iMirt. Palil. Niphal »»^rt. <>paH, 
|9|i Ch. to be trusty: Aphel ^part. •I^Qi? m. faith- 
fulness. 'n^^OM also njOM/. firmness, faithfulness in 
fulfilling promises, s nOM /. truth. 

2 p3 to establish. NiPHAL part, Ps. y. 9, marg, ' or, sted&st.' 

Nam. xiL 7. 1 c 

Beut. rii. 9. 1 c 

xxxiL20. 1 e 

1 Sam. ii. 86. 1 c 
xxii.14. 1 c 
xxvi. 28. 1 f 

2 Sam. XX. 19. la 
2KingsxiLl6. 1 f 

xxiL7. 1 f 

2 Chron. xix. 9. 1 f 

zxxi. 12. 1 f 

xxxiv.l2. 1 f 

Neb. ylL 2.« 1 g 

ix.8. 1 

xiiLlff. 1 c 

P».T.». 2 



PaxiLl. 


1 a 


Prov. xxT. 18, 


1 


xxxi. 28. 


1 a 


xxviL6. 


1 


xxxviff. 


1 f 


xxviii. 20./i 


1 f 


xl.lO. 


1 f 


xxix.14. 


1 K 


Uxxviii 11. 


1 f 


Isa. i. 21, 20. 


1 


lxxxU.1.2^ff, 8» 




viii. 2. 


1 


24,88.^ 


1 f 


xL6. 


1 f 


lxxxix.37* 


1 c 


XXV. 1. 


1 f 


xcii.2. 


1 f 


xlix. 7. 


1 


CL6. 


1 c 


Jer. xxiii. 28. 


1 S 


oxix.76,86,90,188. 


1 f 


xm.6. 


1 


cxliii. 1. 


1 f 


Lam. iiL 28. 


1 f 


Ppov.xi.18. 


lb 


Dan.vi.4. 


Id 


xiii-17. 


1 e 


H06. ii. 20. 


1 f 


xiT.6. 


1 e 


xi.12. 


1 


XX. 6. 


1 e 


Hab.iL4. 


1 f 



a ML a man of truth. 



/s lU, a man of fluthftihiesaes. 



FALL. 

1 VAU to come, to go down. EIal preL 

2 ^rn m. (see Thnat), a pushing down, 
g tVn to be. Kal pret, Joeh. xzii. lo. 



4 fnn 



ff HT 

6 Tn; 

7 jn3 

8 ^\!hi 



9 Mi> 

- T 

10 Dto 

11 Dip 

12 i>ni 

•• T 

13 -la: 



14 (TD^ 

-T 
Iff h^ 



16 naO 

-T 

17 rh^ 

18 yjs 

19 tD^^ 

20 K7i5 



see Ahide. Kal and Hiphil ftU, Jer. xziiL 19, ''&U 
grievously ;*' xxx. 33, "hW with pain:" Lxz., wvrp€- 

to go out : used of a lot coming forth and fidllng to any 
one. KAL^pra, ^fut, 

to go down. Kal»»»/. ^ful. 'EiFHiL^fut. 

to bow down. Kal fia, 

to stumble through weakness or want of strength: this 
word takes Vc^ in connexion with itself to express fully 
an actual filling down. With ti^., utterly £ftU. Kal 
^pret, ^inf. •/«<. rna. *|»rt. Poel. Niphal •pret. 
Unf. t/trf. Hiphil hj>r««. »/ta. ^J^^f? m. »b^0j9 m. 
stumbling-block. 

to be thrown down, to fall, to perish ; to be thrown down, 
according to the marg, * in order to be beaten.' Niphal 
fut. 

to move, quake, tremble. Kal *pret. Lev. xxv. 35, 
"fjftllen in decay,** lit, his hand faileth, or, trembleth. 
* part, Niphal «/u«. 

to pluck off ; of hair pilled or fiUlen oS, Niphal fut, 

to fftde away ; to &11 as withered fruit. Kal ^ii^, ^ftU. 
^part, PoeL 

to drain off a fluid, to cause blood to flow by the sword ; 
to flow, to pour out ; to deliver up, to give over. Hl- 
TBiLfut. Ps. Ixiii. 10, marg,. 'they shall make him run 
out (like water) by the hands of the sword;' rather, 
they shall be given up into the hands of the sword. 

to cast or thrust down^ to let fiUL Kal fut, 

to fibU, as a house or dty; in war; to fidl sick, asleep: 
also in the following phrases : (i) to descend, as a divine 
revelation ; (3) with V9 to fieJl on auy one, spoken of 
sleep or terror ; (3) to fidl away (and pass over) to any 
one ; (4) to fall, to be cast, as i| lot ; (5) to fall to any 
one as a division, with } ; (6) to fall before, or in com- 
parison with any one, i. e. to yield or be inferior to him, 
with |0 and ^job; (7) to fiiill firom one's counsel ; (8) to 
be vain, firuitiess, irritum eadere; as empty promises, to 
&11 to the ground ; (9) to fall or turn out ; (10) to fall, 
sink, to be desponding, as the countenance ; (if) to fall 
into ruin, as a house ; to become lean, as the body. Ab 
expressing more of voluntary action, it means also, to 
fall on, to feJl down, to fidl upon, to attack, to encamp, 
&c. With u^f., surely fiJL KAL^pret, ^inf, «mp. 
^fut, •par<. PoeL Hiphil 'prrf. tinf, ^fuL Hith- 
PAKL ^pret, kf»/. ^fut. ^BJ Ch. Fal ^preL ''fut. 
^part, pnjfg/. fall, ruin. 

to fall down, as in worship ; §eq, ) used chiefly of idol- 
worship. Kal fut. 

to arise, to ascend, spoken of a lot rising up or coming 
forth from the nm. Kal pret» 

to meet, meet with, light upon; to fall on. Kal ^preL 
^inf, °imp, ^fut, 

to spread out, to rush upon, attack for plunder. Kal fut. 

BeeBrfaU. Kal fut. 

to lie down, to couch as an animaL KALfut, 
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22 \T\ to sliake, to tremble ; to be in great commotion. Eal 

fvi. Gren. xly. 34, be not etirred, do not &11 into oonten- 
tionB bj criminations and recriminations. 

23 nnc^ to bow down. Hithpael, to fitU down flat : fvA, 

24 /^t^ to draw out ; also to take spoil : it is used in the direc- 

tions given by Boaz to his reapers to afford greater 
opportunity to Ruth for gleaning : " Let fidl . . . . of 
purpose," w, draw out as if stealthily some eaz9 from 
the handfuls as you reap. Kal * vnf, ^fiU, 



Gen.lL21. 


16 h 


iv. 6. 


16d 


iv.d. 


16 a 


xiv. 10. 


16d 


XV. 12, 12. 


16ae 


xvii.8,17. 


16 d 


xxxiii.4. 


46d 


xliiLlS. 


16 k 


xliv.14. 


16d 


xlv.14. 


16 d 


xlv.24. 


22 


zlvL29. 


16d 


xJix.l7. 


16 d 


LI, 18. 


16d 


Exod. i. 10. 


20 


v.S. 


18 d 


XV. 16. 


16d 


xxi.88. 


16 a 


xxxiL28. 


16d 


Lev,ii.24. 


16 d 


xi. 32, 38, 86, 87. 


16 d 


xi88. 


16a 


xUi40,4l. 


11 


xvi9.10. 


17 


XXV. 85. 


10 a 


xxvi.7.8.8e. 


16a 


xxvi. 37. 


8a 


Kam.xi.9,9. 


6ab 


xi.31. 


14 


xiv. 3. 


16 b 


xiv. 6. 29. 82. 


164 


xiv. 43. 


16 a 


xvi4 29,45. 


16 d 


XX. 6. 


16 d 


XXU.27. 


21 


xxii. 81. 


23 


xxiv. 4, 16. 


16e 


xxxii.19. 


1 


xxxiii64. 


6b 


xxxiv. 2. 


16d 


Deut. ix. 18. 


16 1 


ix.25,26. 


161 i 


xxiL4. 


16 e 


xxii. 8.a 


Wed 


Josh, ii 9. 


16a 


V.14. 


16 d 


via. 


16 a 


vi.20. 


16d 


vii. 0. 


16 d 


viii.24 


16d 


viii.25. 


15 e 


xi.7. 


16d 


xvil. 


6b 


xvii-6. 


16d 


xxii. 20. 


8 


Judg. iii 26. 


16 e 


iv. 16. 


16 d 


V. 27. 27. 27. 


16a 


vii. 13. 


16 d 


vUi.10. 


16 e 


viii.21. 


18 c 


xii.6. 


16 d 


xiiL20. 


16d 


XV. 12. 


18 d 


XV. 18. 


16 a 


xvi.30. 


16 d 


xviiil. 


16a 


xix.26. 


16 d 


xix.27. 


16 e 


XX. 44. 


16 d 


XX. 46. 


16e 


Both iL 10. 


16 d 


iL16. 


£4ab 


iiul8. 


16 d 


l8am.iiLl9. 


16 f 


iv. 10, 18. 


16d 


v.8.4. 


16 e 


xi.7. 


16d 


xiv.19,40. 


16d 



1 Sam. xvii 49, 62. 15 d 
XVUL26. 16 g 

XX. 41. 16 a 

xxi. 13. 6 c 

xxiL 17. 18 b 

xxii. 18, 18. 18 c d 

XXV. 28, 24. 15 d 

xxvi 12. 15 a 

xxvi. 20. 16 d 

xxyiii. 20. 15 d 

XXIX. 8. 16 b 

xxxi 1, 4, S. 16 d 

xxxi8. 16 e 

2 Sam. i 2. 16 d 
i 4 12. 19, 26, 27. 16 a 
i 10. 16 b 
i 16. 18 
iil6. 16 d 

. ii. 28, 28. 16 d a 

iii 29. 16 e 

iii84,84. 16ba 

iii. 88. 16 a 

iv. 4. 16 d 

ix. 6. 16 d 

XL 17. 16 d 

xiv. 4k 11, 2a. 16 d 

xvii. 12. 16 d 

xviii.28. 28 

xix. 18. 16 a 

XX. 8. 16 d 

jjx. 9, 22. 16 d 

xxii 89. 16 d 

xxiv. H 14. 16 d 

1 Kings i 62. 16 d 

ii 25. 34k 46. 18 a 

ii. 29, 81. 18 c 

ii. 32. 18 a 

xviii 7, 38, 89. 15 d 

XX. 30. 16 d 

xxii. 20^ 16 d 

2King8i2. 16 d 

il8. 7 

ii 13, 14. 15 a 

iv. 87. 16 d 

vi. 6, 6. 15 a 

vii4. 16d 

X. 10. 16 d 

xiv. 10. 16 a 

xix. 7. 16 f 

XXV. 11. 16 a 

1 Ghron. v. 10. 16 d 
V.22. 16 a 
X. 1, ^ 6. 15 d 
X. 8. 15 e 
xii. 19, 19. 16 a d 
xii 20. 15 a 
XX. 8. 15 d 
xxil3,13.U16. 16d 
xxvi 14. 16 d 

2 Chron. xiii 17. 16 d 
XV. 9. 16 a 
xviii. 19. 16 d 
XX. 18. 15 a 
XX. 24. 16 e 
xxi 15. 6 b 
xxi. 19. 6 a 
XXV. 8. 8 i 
XXV. 18. 19 
XXV. 19. 16 a 
xxix. 9. 16 a 

Ezra ix. 6. 7 
£8th.vil3il8, 16bbd 

vii 8. 16 e 

viii 8. 16 d 

viii 17. 16 a 

ix. 2, 8. 16 a 

Job i 16k 19, 20. 16 d 

i 16. 16 a 

il7. Ig 



Job iv. 4. 

iv. 13. 

xiii. 11. 

xiv. 18. 

xxxi 2a 

xxxiiil6. 
PS. V. 10. 

vii 16. 

ix.3. 

X.10. 

xvi. 6. 

xviii. 38. 

XX. 8. 

xxvii.9. 

XXXV. 8. 

xxxvi 12. 

xxxvii.24. 

xiv. 6. 

lv.4. 

Ivil8. 

Ivii6. 

IxiiilO. 

lxiv.8. 

Ixix. 9. 

btxiilL 

lxxviii28. 

lxxviii.64. 

Ixxxii7. 

xci. 7. 

0V.38. 

cviil2. 

oxvi. 8. 

cxviii. 18. 

cxl. 10. 

cxli. 10. 

cxlv.14. 



8d 

15 b 
15d 

16 e 
16 d 
16 b 
16 d 
16 d 

8g 
16 a 
15 a 
15 d 

15 a 

16 a 
16d 

15 a 

16 d 
16 d 
16 a 

2 

16a 

13 

8 i 

16a 

28 

16h 

15 a 

15 d 
ISd 
16a 

8a 
2 
16b 
10 
16d 

16 e 



Prov. iv. 16. 8 i, or 8 c 

X. 8. 10. 9 

xi. 6, 14, 28. 16 d 

xiii. 17. 16 d 

xvi. 18. 8 k 

xvii 20. 16 d 

xxii 14. 16 d 
xxiv. 16, 16. 16 d, 8 g 

xxiv. 17. 16 b 

XXV. 26. 10 b 

xxvi. 27. 16 d 
xxviii ID, H 18. 16 d 

xxix. 16. 15 p 

Eccles. iv. 10. 10. 15 d 

ix. 12. 16 d 

X.8. 16 d 

xi 8, 8. 16 d 

Isa. iii. 8. 16 a 

iu.26. 16d 

viii. 16. 16 a 

ix. 10. 15 a 

X. 4, 84. 16 d 

xiii 15. 16 d 

xiv. 12. 16 a 

xvi. 9. 16 a I 

xxi. 9, 9. 16 a 

xxii 26. 16 a 

xxiv. 18. 15 d 

xxiv. 20. 16 a 

xxvi 18. 16 d 

xxviii 13. 8 a 

XXX. 13. 16 e 

XXX. 26. 16 b 
xxxi 8, 8. 8 a, 15 a 

xxxi8. 16 a 
xxxiv. 4, 4^ 4. 12 b a c 

xxxvii7. 16 f 

xi30. 8b g 

xUv. 16, 17, 19. 16 

xiv. 14. 23 

xlvi. 6. 16 

xlvii U. 16 d 

Uv.l6. 16d 



Isa.Iix.14. 


8a 


Lam. Y. 16. 


16a 


Jer.iiil2. 


16 h 


£Kek.i28. 


16 d 


vi. 16, 16; 


16de 


iii. 28. 


16 d 


vi.21. 


8a 


V.12. 


16 d 


viu.4. 


16d 


vi7. 


16a 


viii IS, 12. 


16de 


vill.18. 


15 d 


ix.22. 


16 a 


viiil. 


16d 


XV. 8. 


16f 


ix.8b 


16 d 


xix. 7. 


16 f 


xi6,10,18. 


16 d 


XX. 4. 


16a 


xiii. 11, 11. 


16 d 


xxi 9. 


15 a 


xiii 12, 14. 


16 a 


xxiii.m 


16a 


xvii. 21. 


16 d 


xxiii 19. 


4 


xiiii26. 


16d 


XXV. 27. 


5 c 


xxiv. 6. 


15 a 


XXV. 34. 


16a 


xxiv.2L 


16 d 


XXX. 23. 


4 


XXV. 18. 


16 d 


xxxvii. 18, 14. 


16e 


xxvi. 16. 18. 


16 d 


xxxviii. 19. 


16a 


xxvii27. 


xxxix. 9, 9. 


16ea 


xxvii.84. 


16 a 


xxxix.18. 


16 d 


xxix. 6. 


15 d 


xUv. 12. 


15 d 


XXX. 4. 


15 b 


xlvi. 6, 12. 


^ 16a 


XXX. 6, 17. 25. 


16 d 


xlvi 16, 16. 


8d.l6a 


XXX. 6, 6. 


16ad 


xlviii82. 


16 a 


XTT.22. 


16 f 


xlviii44. 


15 d 


xxxi 12. 


16 a 


xlix.21. 


15 b 


xxxi. 16. 


15 p 


xlix. 26. 


15 d 


xxxii 10. 


16 p 
16 h 


1. 16, 82. 


16 a 


xxxiil2. 


i80. 


15 d 


xxxii 20. 


16 d 


Ii4,8,44. 


16a 


xxxii 22. 28k 2^27. 15 e 


Ii47. 


15 d 


xxxiii. 12. 


15$ 


U.49,40. 


16ba 


xxxiu.27. 


lu. 16, 16. 


16ea 


XXXV. 8. 


16d 


Lam.i7. 


16b 


xxxvi. 16. 


8 i 


il4. 


8h 


xxxviii. 20, 20. 


16ad 


ii.21. 


16a 




16h 


V.18. 


8a 


xxxix. 4k 6k 23. 


16 d 



Bsek.TliiiS. 


16d 


xUv.4. 


16d 


xliv. 12. 


80 


xlvii 14. 


16a 


Dan.ii46. 


16m 


iu. 6, 6, 10, 11,16. 


16n 


iii 7. 


15 


iii 23. 


16 m 


iv.8L 


15 m 


vii 20. 


16m 


viii.]a 


16 d 


X.7. 


16a 


xil4,3S. 


8e 


xil9.26. 


16a 


xi.84. 


8f 


xi86. 


8g 


Hos. iv. 6, 6. 


8a 


iv.14. 


9 


v.6.6. 

vii 7. 


",1: 


vii 16. 


16 d 


X.8. 


16 


xiii 16. 


16d 


xiv.l. 


8a 


xiv. 9. 


16d 


Joelii8. 


Amos iii 6. 


16d 


iii 14. 


15a 


V.2. 


16a 


vii 17. 


16 d 


viii 14. 


15 a 


ix.9. 


15d 


ix.ll. 


16 e 


Jonahi7. 


16d 


Micahvii8. 


16 a 


Nah.iiil2. 


16a 


Zech.xi2. 


16a 



• MConelUlingshaUflUl. 

FAIiIiOW DSEB. 
*1^D1T f». a species of deer, of a reddish colour, with serrated 
horns, which are cast every year : Deut. xiv. 5 : i Kings . 
iv. «3' 

FAIiSB, FALSEHOOD. 

1 J1X m. iniquity : Prov. xvii. 4, lU, lips of iniquity. 

2 DtDn m. violence : Ps. xzxv. 1 1, marg, 'witnesses of wrong.* 

3 ITS m. lie : Pk>v. xxL 18, mourg, 'a witness of lies.' 

4 fi^na to lie, to deal falsely. VusLfvt, 

6 hyO fn. trespass, against Gbd : Job xxi. 34. 

6 n*iy only in Pdcl, to bend, make crooked, pervert : vrf, 

7 HDID /. fraud ; fidse, mwrg, ' of deceit.* • n;pn /. deception, 

fraud. 

8 Klt^ m. what is vain, useless, false. 

IpS^ to lie, to deceive. Kal ^fui, Piel ^pret. • "^j?^ a Ke, 
fraud, vanity; fidse, Ztt of falsehood ; fidsely, with a pre- 
position prefixed. 



Gen. xxi 28. 


9a 


Fs.cxx.8. 


7a 


Jer.xiii26. 


9o 


Exod. XX. 16. 


90 


oxUv. 8, 11. 


90 


xiv. 14. 


9o 


xxiii. 1. 


8 


Prov. vi 19. 


90 


xxiii 32. 


9o 


TTiii7. 


9c 


xii. 


7 


xxix. 9. 


9c 


Lev.vi8,a5. 


9 


xiil7./i 


90 


xxxvii 14. 


9o 


xix. 11. 


4 


xiv. 6. 


90 


xl.16. 


9o 


xix. 12. 


9c 


xvii 4. 


1 


xliii2. 


9o 


Deut. V. 20. 


8 


xix.6,9./i 


9c 


Ii.l7. 


90 


xix. 16. 


2 


XX. 28. 


7 


Lam.iil4. 


8 


xix. 18. 18. 


ec 


xxi 28. 


8 


Ezek.xxi28. 


8 


2 Sam. xviii 18. 


90 


XXV. 14 18. 


. »c 


Hos. viii. 


9o 


2King8ix.l2. 


90 


Isa. xxviii 16. 


' 9c 


X.4, 


8 


Job xxi 34. 


6 


Ivii4. 


9c 


MicohiilLy 


9o 


xxxvi 4. 


90 


lix.18. 


9c 


Amos viii 6. 


6 


Ps. vii. 14. 


90 


Jer. V. 2, 81. 


90 


Zech. V. 4. 


90 


xxvii.12. 


90 


vi.13. 


9 c 


vuil7. 


9o 


XXXV. 11. 


2 


vii. 9. 


90 


X.2. 


8 


xliv. 17. 


9b 


viii 10. 


9c 


MaLiii6. 


90 


cxix.104,118^128. 


90 


X.14. 


9c 






a 10. upon a lie. 


^W.flasehoods. 


y < 


Nory.'or.lielUsely.' 





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VAMB. 
y['p »!. voice: Gen. xlv. i6. 

D^ f». name : i Kings iv. 31 : i Chron. xiy. 17; xxiL 5 : Zeph. 
iii 19. 
PDB^ m, hearing, report : Num. ziv. 15 : i Kings z. i : 1 Chron. 
iz. i: Job zxviiL ai: Isa. Ixyi. 19. 3?Qt} m. Josh. vi. 27; 
ix. 9 : Eath. ix. 4 : Jer. vi. 14. n^^^o^ /. news, tidings, 
report : 1 Kings x. 7 : 3 Chron. ix. 6. 



niK 






FAMILIAB. 

m. a leathern bottle or skin : a necromancer (lU. ven- 
triloquist, one who speaks in the hollow of his belly); 
a " familiar spirit/' supposed so to speak ; Lxz. those 
who speak from the ground: Lev. xix. 31, xx. 6, 17, 
lU, when a spirit of divination shall be in them ; Deut. 
xviii. 1 1 : I Sam. xxviii. 3, 7, 7, 8, 9 : 2 Kings xxi. 6 ; 
xxiii. 24 : i Chron. x. 13 : a Chron. Txxiii. 6 : Isa. viiL 
19 ; xix. 3 ; xxix. 4. 

m. man : Ps. xli. 9, "familiar friend." 

M. man : Jer. xx. 10. 

/. mistress : i Sam. xxviii. 7, 7, lit, mistress of a fibniliar 

spirit. 
to know. PuALpaH. Job xix. 14, "familiar friends." 
m, peace : Ps. xli. 9, Jer. xx. 10, "men of mj peace." 



PAMIIiY. 
3b( m. &ther : 1 Chron. xxxv. 5, lit, house of a &ther; 12, lit. 

house of fathers. 
^TM m. thousand ; family: Judg vi. 15. 
n^3 m. house : i Chron. xiii. 14 ; 1 Chron. xxxv. 5, 5, la, lit, of 

a house of fiithers ; Ps. Ixviii. 6. 
^D f». (see LitiU Ones)'. Gren. xlvii. 12, rtuirg, 'according to 
their little ones ; or, as a little child is nourished.* 
nnB^D /. a kind or species, associated together ; a tribe ; a sub- 
division of a tribe, a family, among the Israelites : it is 
also applied to nations and inanimate things. It occurs 
very frequently, especially in Numbers and other lus- 
torical books. Gen. x. 5, &c. 

FAMINB, FAMISH. 
)D3 v^ an earnest longing for food ; see Bend, Job y. aa ; 

XXX. 3. 
nn to make lean. Kal j>ret. Zeph. ii. 1 1. 
3^ to suffer hunger, to be finished. Kal/u^. Gten. xli. 55. 
HiPHiL /lit. Prov. X. 3. 1^^ m. famine : it occurs fre- 
quently in this rendering : Isa. v. 13. Gen.xii. 10, &c. 
|^a|*] m, Qteu, xlii 19, 33 : Ps. xxxvii. 19. 

FAMOUS. 

e^l^H f». man : i Chron. xii. 30, fncrg, 'men of names.* 
y^V( adj. mighty, distinguished, excellent, glorious: Ps. cxxzvi. 
18: £zek. xxxii. 18. 
jn^ to know. NiFHAL/ut Ps. bcdv. 5. 



top to call, proclaim. Kal imp. Ruth iv. ii, marg. 'proclaim 
thy name.' part. Paiil, Num. xxvi. 9,.a»n3. Niphal 
fui. Ruth iv. 14. W»ng m. called, chosen : Num. xvL 2 ; 
xxvi. 9. 

dC^ m. name: Ruth iv. 11: i Chron. v. 24; xii. 50: Ezek. 
xxiiL 10. 

FAIT, FAiriTEB. 

I^T to be strange. Kal part. Jer. Ii 2. Some critics take 
this word in the sense of strangers rather than as a par- 
ticiple of the following word ; Lee, as implying hostility: 
thus the paronomasia is the more striking n^iii D^"^)- 

rnt to scatter, disperse; to winnow. Kal inf. Jer. iv. 11. 
fut, Isa. xli. 16, Jer. xv. 7. Pikl pret. Jer. Ii a. n-jjp 
fik Isa. XXX. 24, Jer. xv. 7. 

FAB. 

1 ikO m, much, exceedingly, &c. 

2 pIT^ to be removed, distant ; to be far, far away, fiir off, to flee 

far, get, go, keep far, to be removed &r. Piel, to put 
hr, remove &x. Hiphil, to put away fiir, to drive far, 
to cast £Eir off^ to remove far, to withdraw fiw. With 
Ml/-* go ^ery fer away. Kal •prrf. ^inf. ^imp. ^fut. 
Pikl 'pret. 'fut. Hiphil spret. ^inf. 'tmp. ^ftU, 
* pn; a«y. going fiu- away. « p^nj ac^. far off, remote ; 
in respect to place, time, help ; arduous, difficult ; pre- 
cious : Deut. xiii. 7, &c. » p'nn Ch. adj. fer ofl^ remote. 
opnni^ m. at a great distance, &r off, frt}m fxr, £ur 
' countries. 



No. 2 m, fkyr, flur off, fkyr sbroad, not included. 



Gen.xliv.4. 


,2f 


Bxod.viii28. 


xxiii. 7. 


2d 


Deut. xii n. 


2d 


xiv.2i. 


2d 


Josh. iU. 16. 


2k 


ViiL 4. 


2k 


Judg. xix. 11. 


1 


2 Sam. XV. 17. 


20 


Ezra vi. 6. 


2n 


Jobv.4. 


2d 


xi.14. 


2 i 


xiiL21. 


2 i 


xix. 13. 


2S 


XXL 16. 


2a 


xxiilS. 


2a 


XXX. 10. 


2a 


Ps. xxu. 11, 19. 


2d 


xxxv. 22. 


2d 


xxxviii2L 


2d 


lv.7.« 


2k 


Ixxi. 12. 


2d 


lTxiii27. 


2 1 



Ps. Ixxxviii 8, 18. 

xcvii9. 

cui. 181 12. 

cix.l7. 

cxiz. 160. 
Prov. iv. 24 

V.8. 

xix. 7. 

xxiL6. 

xxii. 15. 

XXV. 2S. 

XXX. 8. 
Isa.vi.12. 

viii.9. 

X.8. 

xiiL6. 

xviLlS. 

xxvi. 16. 

xxU.13. 

XXX. 27. 

xxxiii. 17. 

xlvi.ll. 

xlvi.18. 



2b 



Isa.xlix.19. 

liv. 14. 

lix. 9, 11. 
Jer. ii. 6. 

iv. 16. 

V.16. 

vL20. 

viiil9. 

XXV. 26. 

xxvii. 10. 

xlix.S0. 
Lam. i. 16. 
Ezek. viiL 6. 

xi.15. 

xirn 

xxiiL40. 

xliiL9. 

xliv. 10. 
Joel ii 20. 

iii 6. 
Micah vii 11. 
Zech. X. 9. 



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20 
2a 
2a 

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2o 
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20 
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a lit, would I go ftyr off by wandering P 



FAB BB IT. 

ri/vn interjection ; see Forbid, We have a remarkable form of 
expression in i Sam. xx. 9, ** far be it from thee («. e. to 
suffer this, or perhaps to think this), that I should know 

and not tell thee ;" the literal meaning is, pro&ne 

be it or base : Gen. xviii. 25, 25 : i Sam. ii 30 ; xx. 9 ; 
xxii 15 : 2 Sam. xx. 20, 20 ; xxiii. 17 : Job xxxiv. 10. 

FABS. 
mP\^ m. peace : i Sam. xvii 18, lit. visi^ thy brethren for peace. 



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TABB. (N) 
*tDb m. hire: J<mahi. 3. 

FASHIOir. 

T\NO\ /. likeneBs, or representatioB ; eomp. pattern in the eame 
verse, a ELings zvi 10. 
*1V^ to form, £Etfhion, or ahi^>ey as a potter the clay, &a Kal 

•/tt«. ^paH, Poel. PuAL «j>re«. ^ 
)^ to raise np; to prepare, form, make. Niphal *|>ref. 
FoLBL b/tt<. n^^3ri /. arrangement, straoture. 
ni^ to do, perform, make. KkL/i{& 
*1^V to form, make. KALyW. 
\S&!}D' m. judgment, &c., custom, usage ; mode or manner. 



Ezod.xzyi80. 

xxxiLi. 
iKingSTiSS. 
2 Kings zvL 10. 
Jobx.8. 



Job nzi. 15. 
Pa.zxxiiLl5. 

cxix.7S. 

cxxxix.16. 
Isa.zxiLU. 



VASTr 



8b 
8b 
8b 
8c 
8b 



l8a.xlhr.18. 

xlv.». 
Ezek. ZVL 7. 

xliill. 

yliii. 11- 



8a 

8b 

8a 

6 

80 



niD Cli. adflf, with fasting. 

D^V to fest. With inf., at all fost. 'KAJL^pret, ^inf. •imp. 
^fiU, 'part, PoeL 'D^S m. fasting, a fast : a Sam. zii. 
16, &0. 



Judg.zz.88. 


8d 


lSam.iriLe. 


8d 


zxxi.18. 


8d 


8fiaBi.iia. 


8d 


ziLie. 


8df 


ziL81,8B. 


8a 



Ko. 8 f not indnded. 
8 8fun.ziL88. 8 e 1 Isa. lyiiL 8, 8. 



1 Kings zzi 87. 
lOhrMLX.12. 
Eznviii.28. 
Neh.L4. 
Bsth.iT. 1^16. 



8d' lyiiL44u 
8d Jer.ziv.18. 
8d I)ui.vil8. 
8 e Zeoh. viL 6. 
8 c d J viL 5. 



8af 

8d 

8d 

1 

8a 

8ba 



FAST, FASTBZr. 

I m^ to take hold of, to jdn; see Take, Kal ^mf. ^part. PIMIL 

HoFHAL '^part, 
a K^'l&pM adv, Ch. carefuUy, diligently, speedily. 

8 PPJ to be strong, to make strong. TiRLfia. 
4 V?^ ^ Bink. HoPHAL pret. 

6 ]^ to set up, prepare, establish. HoPHAL|Kir<. 

6 ^Kp <idv, much, ezoeedingly. 

7 yp3 to plant. Kal part, PatO. 

■ 8 tOJ to give ; to set, pkce, fix. KLL^pret, ^ir^, •fiO, 

9 ^DV to bind, fasten. TuALpart, 

10 n^V to descend or sink. KMLfut, Judg. iy. 11, lit. it sank into 
the ground. 

II V\>^ to strike, smite^ to fasten by nailing. Kal ^pret, ^fut. 

^part. Patd. 



8 )B^ to be &t ; metaph, to be prosperous, and abundant in tam* 
poral good things ; to have comfort, peace, and joy of 
mind, to hare a blessing in the ordinances of religion. 
KAL^pree. PnL»»/^« PuAL«/tt<. 'ELoTEPAXL^pret. 
'1^7 (M;. fat; full of sap; rich. ']«^^ m. fotness, fer- 
tility, abundance. 

4 ipn m. the beet, richest, and most delicious nutriment ; par- 
ticularly and most commonly milk, &t, marrow; the 
best provision or fruits of a land : (}en. zIt. 18. Metaph. 
the choicest and most delightful spiritual blessings ; it 
is also ezpressive of great worldly prosperity, or sjn- 
ritual insensibility : Gen. iv. 4, fto. 

6 }vn to arm, to gird the loins, to strengthen; to be aotiye^ 
yigorous. Hiphil fut. Isa. Iviii. 1 1. Our yersion has 
followed the Lxx., but the word hardly means, to be 
&t. 

6 t^td to be fat ; to be heavy, stupid, senseless ; it is used of 

the proud hardened in maliciousness, insensible to the 
authority and ezcellence of the law of God. Kal 
*pret. 

7 ^p* addj. precious : as a noun, beauty, fatness. 

8 D9 «^ ^' ^^ °'^9 ^' P^' &tling8, "fat onMk" 

9 K^9 m. fot, well fed ; fatUngs, &t cattle. 

10 I'll i». fat, grease. 

11 pSyD m. aplaoeoffottening,astall; "&V'^ <^ the stall. 

12 )D^ to be fat ; to be dull and insensible. Kal ^pret. ^fut. 

Hiphil ^imp. ^frU, ^X^"^ adj. &t, applied to the 
human body, eatables, cattle, and a fruitful 8(nL 
*\Q'^ m. fiitness, oil s)o^p m. fotness; fertile; 
yigorous. i^D*}O«^0 ^"^^V^' fotnesses, dainties. 

18 TW^ m. second: i Sam. zv. 9, ''fotlings,** marg. 'or, second 
sort, perhaps lambs of the second birth, i. e. autumnal 
lambs, weaker, and of less value.' 

14 npB^D m. moistened, well watered ; fat pastures. 



Ezod. zzviii 14. 

zzviii. 25. 

zzxiz. 18. 

zzxix.81. 

zl. 18. 
Judg. iv. 8L 

z^.14. 
1 Sam. zzzL 10. 



8a 
8c 
8a 
8b 
80 
10 
lib 
11a 



2Sam.zz.8. 
1 Kings vi. 6. 

1 Chron. x. 10. 

2 Chron. iz. 18. 
Ezra v. 8. 
Esth. i. 6. 
JobzzzviiLC. 



9 
la 
11 a 

10 

8 
lb 

4 



Eodes. zii. 11. 
lBa.zzii.88. 

zzii85. 

zlu7. 
Jer. z. 4. 

zlviiLl8. 
Eiek.zL48. 



7 
11a 
lie 
8 
8 
6 




1§ 

lae 

10 

10 

12e 

8a 

laba 

2b 

8 f 

8a 

18 

11 

9 



FAT. 
1 DIM tofiitten. KALporf. Pattl. 

a K^S to feed ; Hiphil, to feed so as to fatten. HiPHiL •ti^. 
i»Hn}a<;J;. fattened, fat. •''vi adj. hL 



Ka 4 not included. 




Jobzzzvi.18. 


8 f 


Iaa.zzv.8^6. 18 f 


PB.zzii.89. 


8e 


xzviii.1,4. 18 f 


zzzvi.8. 


8 f 




zxzvii.80. 


7 


zzziv. 6.6.6. 8d.4 4 


briii.5. 


8f 


zzziv.7,7. 8 0.4 


Ixv.ll. 


8 f 


lv.2. 8f 


IzvilS. 


8 


Iviii 11. 6 


IzzviiiSl. 


12g 


Jer. V. 28. 18 a 


zoU. 14. 


8e 


zzzi. 14. 8 f 


dz.84. 


18 f 


zlvi. 21. 11 


cxiz. 70. 


6 


Esek. zzziv. U 16. 18 e 


Prov.zLSBw 


80 


zzziv. 20. 8 


ziii.4. 


8c 


zxxix. 18. 9 


ZV.80. 


8b 


zlv. 18. 14 


ZZ.26. 


80 


Dan.i.16. 8b 


Isa. V. 17. 


8 


zL24. 18g 
Amosv.SS. 9 


vi.10. 


12 c 


Z.16. 


"S 


Hab. i. 16. 18 e 


zL«. 


Zeoh.zLl6. 8b 


zviL4. 


Mg 





G6n.zzviL88,89. 

zlL 2, 4 181 2t. 

zliz.a0. 
Lev.L8,18. 

viiiSO. 
Nnm.ziiL29. 
Dent, zzzi 80. 

zzziil8,16. 
Judg.iiil7. 

izr9.^ 
lSam.iL89. 

zv. 0. 

zzviii. 84. 
8 Sam. vi 18. 
lKing8i9,19,8B. 9 

ivra,28. 8b. 1 

1 Ohron. iv. 40. 18 e 
Neh. viii 10. 18 h 

iz.25.26. 18ed 

iz.85. ISe 



VATB. 
3P m. see Wine-preMt: Joel il 94 ; iiL 13. 



VATHIiB. 
3M m. fiklher, progenitor, any remote ancestor : Gen. zzviii. 
13 : I Kings zv. 11. Metaph, an inventor of any art ; 
a former or creator : Job zxxviii. a8 ; Isa. IziiL 16 ; 



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IxiT. 8 : Jer. ii 17 ; iH. 19 : MaL ii. 10 ;— « bene&otor 
or guardian, Job zxiz. 16: laa. ix. 6 ; xxu.,21. The 
Messiah is called The Everlasting Father, Isa. iz. 6. 
Gen. ii. 24, &o. 
^ m. Ch. : Ezra iv. 15 ; v. la : Dan. ii «3 ; v. 4, 11, 11, 11, 

13, 18. 
}3 m, son : Ley. zziy. 10, lit, and he the son of. 

FATHSB-IN-IiAW. 
Dn M. a woman's &iher-in-law : Gen. xzxviii. 13, 35 : i Sam. 

iv. 19, a I. 
)nn to marry, to join in affinity ; any relation by affinity or 

marriage. Kal port. Poel, Ezod. iii. i ; iv. 18; xviiL 

I. «» 5. 6. 7, 8, la, 12, 14, 15, 17, 24, 37 : Num. x. 29 : 

Judg. i. 16 ; iv. 1 1 ; adx. 4, 7, 9, 

FATHBBI1S88. 
3K M. &ther : Lam. v. 3, 2i<. no fathers. 
Din^ m. an orphan ; any one destitute of friends and suocour : 
Ezod. zxiL 33, 94, &c. 

FAULT. 
drK to be guilty. Kal fut. Hos. x. 3. DiQ^M m^. guilty, in 
fault : 1 Sam. xiv. 13. 

KtD/l to sin. "BiALpret, Exod. v. 16. Mipn m. asin: Gen. xH. 9. 
nO^KD /. something, anything ; mostly with a negative : i Sam. 
xxix. 3, lU, not anything. 
|hV m. iniquity : 1 Sam. iii. 8 : Ps. lix. 4. 
*^P^. /• wickedness : Deut. xxv. 1. 
nW Ch. to be corrupt. Pal j>ar<. |)astfr^ Dan. vL 4, 4. 

FAVOTTB. 

1 {3n to be kindly and tenderly affected toward; to shew 
favour, mercy, pity. Kal ^prtt, ^inf, ^imp. ^fut. 
•part, Poel. PoBL ^fut. Hophal fpret, »»|n m, 
*n^'3n/. pity or compassion. ^*^l^^ f» grace; sup- 
plication : Josh. xi. 20, 
^pn m. kindness,*mercy, as an inward disposition, 
f&n see DeUght, Kal ^pret, ^ ypn adj, having favour. 
^t3 adj, good ; " in fevour,** lit, to be good in the eyes of. 
1^^ to be good ; to find &vour. Kal frU, 
PJ com. eye. 
D'^^Q m. pi, £GM3e. 

8 ntpD m. appearance; "fiivoured," their appearance was; 

"well fiivoured,*' liL good of countenance. 

9 mn to be well pleased with, or to take delight in. Kal 

^pret, ^inf, ^fut. ^ ]W^ m. acceptance, delight, satis- 
fiMstion ; grace, favour, good-will. 

10 tfh^ m, peace. 

11 Ifejln m. form, beauty ; fovoured, Ut, of form. 



Jodr. xxi 22.« 
Ruth ii. IS. 
ISam.iLSa. 

xvi.22, 

XX. 29. 

xxv. 8. 

xxix. e.^ 
2 Sam. XT. 85. 

XX. 11. 
1 Kinrs xi 1». 
•Tf eh. u. 6. 
Esth. ii. 16. 

ii.l7. 

v.2,8. 

viLS. 

viii. 5. 
Job X. 18. 

xxxiii. 88. 
Ps. V. 12. 

XXX. 5, 7. 



10 

Ih 

Ih 
1-h 
Ih 
4,6 
Ih 
8a 
Ih 

6 
Ih 

2 
Ih 
Ih 
Ih 

8 
9c 
9d 
9d 



Fi. XXXV. 87. 

xlL 11. 
xhv.S. 
xlv.12. 
IxxvlLT. 
Ixxxv. 1. 
Ix xxix. 17. 
cii.18. 
CU.14. 
cvi.4. 
cix. 18. 
cxii. S. 
cxix. 58. 
Prov. iii. 4. 
viii. 36. 
xi.27. 
xii2. 
xiii. 16. 
xiv. 9, 86. 



8b 
8a 
9a 

7 
9b 
9a 
9d 
lb 
1 f 
9d 
le 
1 e 

7