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Cinige facbmannische Urteile. 

Hcrr Prof. Dr. Bauingartner im Amd. Schulblatt des 
Kantons ZQiiih v. i. MSrz 1904: „VVie die g^iOfieren Wcike des 
Langeiischeidtschen Veilaf^es haute die erste Stelle einnehmen 
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filr das Studiiim der iieueren Sprachen u. Litcraturen, Heft 1/2, 
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Vollstaiidigkeit — alle \'orz(ige dieses Musterwerkes deutschen 
Fieifles. Mir ist kein WOrterbuch bekannt, das auf 
rinem sole hen Raume, so flbersichtlich, in soklartni 
Druck, dazu miteiiierregelmflfiigen.sehr klaren Aus- 
spracl. bezeichn u ng nach dem bekannten System, 
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habe letztes FrOhjahr Ihre WOrterbQcher in meiner Klasse, so- 
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schenWOrterbacher. Statteines... . mil seincm auger>= 
m3rberisd)Cn Druck einen „Langenscheidt" zur be- 
nutzung zu erhalten,gilt in meinerKlasse di- 
rekt als Belohnung." 

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ileuischen Sprache ist rasch zu eiuem der beliebtesteu geworden. 
Obwohl aus dem grofien Wortschatze nur das AUernolwendigste 
auf^enomnu-n wurde, so ist es doch reichhaltiger als viele 
seiner BrUder und dQrfte in vielen Fallen als gcn(l;rend 
und ausreichend erscheinen, namenllich fiir Anfanger. Sein 
Hauptvoizng besteht jedoch darin, dalJ die Aussprache jedes 
fraazOsi.-chen Woiles nach der bekannten Toussaint-Langen- 
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Toussaint-Langenscheidt Method 
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Preface. 



The present Pocket -Dictionary, containing 
the whole vocabulary of the Hebrew Old Tes- 
tament, does not pretend to be an enrichment 
of Lexicography, nor is it meant to supersede 
a scientific Lexicon. But it will, perhaps, be 
welcome to beginners as a cheap and trustworthy 
help, and even to advanced students, who know 
how to avail themselves of a more copious 
Dictionary, as a commodious implement when 
there is no larger work at hand. 

The transcription given to each word, and 
besides in a few cases where there may arise 
any doubt as to the right pronunciation, is 
adapted to the well-known phonetic system of 
the publishing firm. It is based upon the 
pronunciation of the Sephardim, or Jews of 
Western Europe. 



Transcription 



A. VOWKLS 



Hebrew 




characters 




~T~ 


9 


'-• 


y 


-: 


a 


-..- 


t 




^ 


_^, ^. 


I 


-,1 


i 


-T- 


("i 


"t: 


o 


^,-c 


U 





li 







a in father 



long I 

short ' 

volatilized 

long and narrow 

short and open ^^ a in had 

volatilized = e in happen 

long = ee in bee 

short = i in sin 

long and narrow 

short and open = o in god 

volatilized, a very short open o 

long = in move 

short = u in full 

(Shva mohile) shortest e 



n 


h 


:i 


J? 


1 


<i 


1 


b 


:^ 


g 


1 


d 


n 


h 


1 


V 



B. CONSONANTS 

i denoting consonant Alef -- the 
Greek soft breathing or h in 
French honinie 



aspirated 



in get 



nearly - English ic 



Transcript ion. 





Hebrew 
characters 








24 


1 


z 


in zea] 




25 


1 1 


rt) 


--= ch in .Scottish loch 




26 
27 

28 


1 :^ 


t 
y 


very hard or emphatic 

in yci 

= ch in German ich 




29 


3 


k 


= k in kind 




30 


s 


1 






31 
32 


DO 
1 3 


m 
n 






33 
34 


D 
IS 


f 


= s in sin 




35 
36 


9 


P 


a guttural pecuhar to the 
Languages 


Semitic 


37 
38 


p 


B 
k 


= s in sin^ very hard or em])liatic 
(also pronounced as ts) 

hard or empliatic 


39 
4(1 


1 


r 
B 


mostly guttural 
= s in sin 




41 


L^» 


s 


= sh in wish 




42 ' 

43 1 


n 
n 1 


t 1 


= th in thing 





List of Abbreviations. 



(lbs. -= absolute. 

iirlj. - ailjertivc. 

adv. -- advorlt. 

(trt. -- iirticlc. 

c. ^ construct. 

( ■hald. -= Chaldec (Arauuean). 

cohort. -—- cohortativo. 

coll. =- collective. 

conj. =- conjunction. 

fief. = definite. 

dem. = demonstrative. 

denom. = denominative. 

dimin. = diminutive. 

du. == dual. 

e. s:. = exempli gratin. for 

example. 
/ ^- feminine. 
fid. = future. 
gent. = gentilic. 
Hi. = Hiphil. 
Hilh. = Hithpael. 
Hithpalp. ^ Hithpalpel. 
Jiithpo. = Hithp(»lel. 
Ho. = Hophal. 
Hoth. = Hothpael. 
i. e. == id est, that is. 
imp. = imperative. 
inf. = infinitive. 
interj. -- interjection. 
iiiterr. interrogative. 
inir. intransitive. 
?.//. in pause. 
loc. ^'-- lt)c;il. 
m - uiasriiliiif. 

n. -■ UnUIl. 



Ni. =- Niphal. 

Nithp. = Nithpael. 

num. ' ^- numeral, numlu-r 

opp. opposed. 

/). -= pause. 

pair, r- patronymic. 

perf.. pf. — perfect. 

Pors. -= Persian. 

pers. - person, pfisonal. 

Pi. = Piel. 

Pil. ^ Pi lei. 

Pilf. = Pilpel. 

pi. = plural. 

Po. = PoeK Poal. 

prep. --= preposition. 

pr.n. = proper name. 

pron. = pronoun. 

prop. = properly. 

pt. = participle. 

pt. p. = passive participle 

Pu. - Pual. 

Pid. -=- Pulal. 

Q. .-= Qal (Kal). 

quadril. = (juadriliteral. 

reff: = reflexive. 

rfh ^- relative. 

s. = suffix. 

.«(/., 5m(/. --- singular. 

.s/:. abs. = status (tb.^olufus. 

subst. =-- substantive. 

7'i>/i. = Tiphel. 

tr. =- transitive. 

*<;. (fr<. = with article. 

jc. /or. M - with local ."1. 

w.s. with suffix. 



Note: 



Notes (CHlh 

F43 



K 



J^ the first letter of the al- 
phabet, called ?]^X (a'lgf) 
[= r]7J< ox, cattle]; as a 
numeral = 1 or 1000. 

UK (5b) m, c. •'n^f, iv.s. \nX, 

pi. nlnx (5bp'o-j, c. rin^*, 

father, begetter, parent, 
ancestor, forefather; crea- 
tor, lord, master; counsel- 
lor, adviser; benefactor, 
teacher. 

^^ (et) [root 2,3.^!»] w, w.s. 
iSX, pi. c. "'3N, young 
shoot, sprout; greenness, 
verdure, fresh grass. 

K,C?5^ (ab%0-i') pr.n.m. 
[Persian]. 

TniS (aba'd) fut. I2i^\ I2i<\ 

to wander about, to be 
lost, perish, cease; pt. 12i< 
being lost. — Pi 13N 
(ibbe'd) to lead astray, scat- 
ter, destroy, annihilate. — 

Bi. "I^^^'H (hgebi'd), fut. 

1. sg. Tiix, nT3« the 
same as Pi. 

Hebrew-English. 



IJN (obe'd) m destruction, 
ruin. 

•tj?^ (^b?d5') / anything 
lost, loss. 

n"in*S and I'^/T?^ (abaddo') 
m destruction, place of per- 
dition, abyss, nether world. 

n?15 (*bdrn) and l^ns 

(ab^da'n) m, c. ^J^^, de- 
struction. 

ni^^ (abr), fut. n^N"" to be 
willing, to desire, consent, 
obey. 

' ',?^ (eb§') 7n reed, cane; 
N rii]'^X swift sailing ships, 
made of reed. 

iS^injj = nx [from nnx]. 

''"^?^ (^bp'y) [neediness, 
poverty] intetj. = ""iN woe to. 

Dins (cbu'fi) m, c. DUN, ^/. 
D^pni^, place of feeding, 
crib, manger. 

t^lnS see tJ^n. 

nrax (ibeir) /, c. nn?x, 

threat; airi nn;ix' the 
1 



^tJ^nx 



Ti^ 



kneel , beud your hejuls, 
prostrate yourself. 

''g;2S see ':^'2i^. 

it:— I t 1 • -: 

of Amalekite kings. 
^^,^^S (a^g^r) «?, surname of 
Haman, the Agagite [= 
Amalekite]. 

n^^K (agudd?') /, pi. nn;;N 

connection, knot, bundle; 
band, troop; celestial vault. 
H^Nl (e^p'z) m nut, nut-tree 
[Persian]. 
' , T (5?*^'^) pi'-n.m. 

n'li:iS (n^piTi') f, c. nii:iN^, 

[berry], small coin, mite. 
''??$ ($'?^l) or T'JX (c'^r^l) ?n, 
only joZ.c. 1^^^, drops. 

^I'.^f^ (%l|i'ylm) pr.n. of a 

place in Moab. 
^^^ i^^l'm) m, c. D^N', pZ. 

Dy^^S.. c. 7^^X pool, pond; 

reed; bulrush. 

." T (5?^''"^) «<^j-? only }>lc. 
"'P^^?, sad, grieved. 

reed, bulrush; cord made 
of rushes; caldron. 



mp.^X basin, bowl, round 

vessel. 
^i^ ("^^ii'f) m, only jd. 
Q'',?^^^., tt;.5. V^^^S. army, 
troops. 

1^? (5?ri'i-), /•«(/. liiN"!. to 

collect, gather. 

. fist. 

'P*!^^, (ipartj'l) m, only 

;>;. c. "'^^p'liiSl basin, bowl, 

charger. 

official letter, writ, edict. 
'*5 (?d) «i, w.s. mS, mist, 
vapour. 
^.1»^ (5d,Vb), only Hi inf. 

^'H^.'z [for 3n>?n^] to 

cause to languish, to grieve. 

' N^ 7v? (5db^c'l) pr.n.m. 
^^^. ("d<i'd) pr.n.m. 

"^^^< and ^^3^ see HI"! 
//(V/j. 
nns see ^'^1^<. 

l|^fS (iddo') pr.n.m. 
Dins see DiiS, 

^:Wj!<^, pi. D^Jlis; , c. ""JHs; 

commander, lord, master; 
the pi. is also applied to 
single persons; ^4"'*'^: '"X 
Lord, the Lord God [Hin^] ; 
hence Adonis. 



li^^ 



m 



^1*Ji< see "!^i<. 
D'',"n'nX (adprCi'yim) pr.7i. of 
a toAvn in Judali. 

DnilS see DTy-Tls;. 

mni^ see niN. 

^'*)^^ (?iddrr) adj., tv.s. 

pi. Dn^TIS*, c. "'T'nN great, 
powerful, mighty, majestic, 
splendid, distinguished, 
glorious, noble. 

rjV^S (iidaly5') pr.n.m. 

Q^"]? (ade'm) or ^"J^ (adp'm), 
pL ^piX (5dW') to be 
red. — Pu. pt. D^NXp 
(m'Qdda'm) for D"lStD to be 
red-coloured. — Hi. fid. 
Dn^: to be red. — Eith. 
fid. i.p. ^'il^r^] to become 
red, to be erubescent. 

^7^ (ada'm) m man, coll. 
men, some one; N ""J? 
serves as a pi.: the sons 
of man, mortals ; pr.n.m. the 
first man created. 

P7^ (adii'm) pr.n. of a town 
on the Jordan. 

D^JJ (fdp'm) adj., f. nD>S^, 
pi. D^D^Js' red, red-cheeked; 
a red thing, red colour. 

^7?*^ (o'dgra) / a red pre- 
cious stone, carneol. 



^1^ (^do'm) pr.w.w. = Esau, 
Edom; the tribe and land 
of the Edomites. 

nDHiS (adarar) /, c. ^07^<, 
w.s. ''.oa7x, pi. nipnx, 

humus, arable land, earth, 
soil; country. 
^^P7^ (adamdgl'm) adj., f 

np-pj^f, pi. nlp-pis;, 

reddish. 
HOTS see npM i^i^/i. 
np*TS (adma') pr.n. of a 

town in the vale of Siddim. 

arf/. reddish, red-haired, of 

a red complexion. 
''P'J^^ (^dami') pr.n. of a 

town in Naphtali. 
''P '^ (adomi') pr.n. adj., f 

n\p"-Tx^, pi m d'P"in;, 

of^piN^, /• niipiX^, Edom- 
itish, Edomite. 

D^'P'IN (adummi'm) pr.n. of 
a district between the 
Jordan and Gilgal. 

SripiS (adma^a') pr.n.m. 
[Persian]. 

17.^ (e'den) m, i.p. "jlX, pi. 
U])'!^., c. '•nx 'found- 
ation , basis , pedestal, 
socket of a column. 

(7^ (g-ddan) pr.n. of a place 
in Babylonia. 



pn-^:is 



nnx 



pn"^3TK (adp'ni-brz^k) 



pr.n.m 



(ndonlyy-^'hu) [ Cp/JlS; ] 

pr.n.m. 
pn^'^J^S (ado'nIBg'dgk) 

pr.n.m. 
qT^lN (adpnira'm), Uj^^ 

(adpr^'m) pr.n.m. 

"ins {u^'v) Ni. "\y<}. 

with counectiiig V] tu show 
oneself glorious, splendid. 
— Hi. fut. "I^mN: to glo- 
rify. 

^I^^ (^^5'r) ni twelfth month 
of the Hebrew year, cor- 
responding to March and 
April. 

"I^,? (^'d^r) m garment, 
mantle ; splendour, magnifi- 
cence. 

"1,'7^ ($d<i5'r) pr.n. of a place 

in Judah; pr.n.m. 
^iSnnS (ad.^rkp'n) m, pi. 

°lJblli<., Persian gold- 
coin [not connected with 
Darius]. 

pr.n.m. of an Assyrian 
deity and of an Assyrian 
king [son of Sennacherib]. 



''yi*T^< {W'"\') pr.n. of the 
chief-town of Bashau; of 
a town in Naphtali. 

'^y!^^ ($ddg'r^O-) / a wide 
garment, mantle ; glory, 
magnificence; see also 

tJ^^N (?#'«) inf. tr'nx = 
^'n to thrash. 

3nx (5hrb), ^nx (^h&'i?), 

inf. '^\^'^.., '"^,5 "J;? , iwrp. 

nnj^^, /««. innN;*., i.' 5^. 2n^< 
and 3nx, p«. SHX, / ^n^^< 

[friend], to love, to like, 
to be fond of; to desire, 
covet. — Ni. pt. 2nS^ to 
be beloved, amiable. — 

Pi. pt. aHiSp, pi. D^,?nx^ 

to be a passionate lover 

or paramour. 
^H- (^'h^^) '"» only pi. 

CpnN love-affair, intrigue; 

charm, loveliness. 
IHK (p'hjh) m, «/.5. Q^nS 

(Qhobrm),pZ. D''3nN(oh5brm) 

love, love-intrigue; lover. 
ninnS ($ha^5') /■ [also in/- 

of 3uN] love, affection, 

tender friendship. 

'Uf^ (p'bSd) pr.n.m. 
^J^'^ (ah$;'h) trj^frj. [ex- 
pressing sorrow] woe, alas, 

ah, oh. 



sinj< 



mx 



^f-^iufi (^li^vu') pr.n. of V. 

river in Media. 

llnJS (ehti'd) pr.n.m. 
^2nln>< see HT Hi. 

''H^ (ehi') adv. [interroga- 
tive] = ■*>!> how? where? 

^nj<^ see ri;n. 

to shine, to be bright. 
^nS* (5h&'l) [denom. of 

^ri'><], /w«. ^nx^. to pitch 
tents, to wander. — Pi. fut. 

br\l [for "pnx;] the same 
as Q. 

(Qhoii'), w. loc. n ri7.g><, 
pz. D^.'pnN; (oh?irm), Q^.'priN, 
c. ^,^nx (ghoir), w.s. '',^nN, 

tent, hut, habitation, fa- 
mily; nviD N tent of con- 
gregation, tabernacle, also 
nnyn N tent of the law. 

^HK (5h5'l) ?n, only pi 

D^,^ns^ and nl^Hi^ aro- 
matic wood, aloe-wood. 

n^!^S (Qhoir) pr.»./-. [a 
woman symbolizing Sa- 
maria]. 

^j^^rQ,^ (QhoU'^'b) pr.n.m. 



n5'*r'C!?$ (ehoiibr) pr.n.f. 
[a lewd woman, symboli- 
cally denoting Jerusalem]. 

",??V?S (QhoiiVjmr) pr. 
n.f. 

n^DHX = rtpr]?<, see H^H. 

'7'"^5 (§.hiarp'n) pr.n.m. 
Aaron. 

"^i^ (p) conj. or [Lat. vel and 
aut]; In— In either — or; or 
if, or perhaps. 

•^,0'^ (u'?'l) pr.n.m. 

lis (pb) m, pi. niniK, skin, 
leather bag; spectre, con- 
juring ghost; necromancer, 
sorcerer. 

nl2lS (obp'-a-) pr.n. of a 

^ camping station. 

^ '-^ iN (pbi'l) pr.n.m. 

t53^K see b^^. 

nix (pd) m, only pZ. n'i7'iX, 
ninx, circumstance, cause, 
occasion, concern; nllk 7^^ 
because of, on account of, 
concerning. 

"I^>< (yd) m, pi. DniN, fire- 
brand, fire-stick, poker. 

njs* Pi. nis (wr), a.«. 

njN^ to desire eagerly, to 
covet. — Hith. n|N'On, fwt. 
1^i;^0^ (yi^'?'v) to desire, 
want, lust after. 



^^ 

niK^ oDiy im. niNon, 

2. pi VI Cn'i'bTn to mea- 
sure off, to mark for one- 
self. 

•73^ (^^vvri') / desire, long- 
ing, lust. 

I'tIS (uz3,'y) pr.n.m. 

7mS (\iz\i'l) pr.n.m. [Arabian 

tribe and its capital. 

Zanaa in Yemen]. 
,1*!? (^^'i') pr.n.m. 
''IN (oy) and njIS (p'yo) 

interj. woe, alas, ah. 
n?i>< see n\S\ 
^''?.^: (evi'i) adj., pi. D']?^ 

foolish, silly; impious. 

^^1^ ?^1K (evi'l in«rpd$'d)) 
pi-.n.vi. [king of Babylon]. 

'^^^^* (ul) »n, te/.5. D^liS 

. belly, body; strength. 

^1^<' (ul) ,u, pi. c. li^^x, a 
mighty, powerful person 
[see ^:X p?.]. 

,c^*^ (vl&'y) pr.n. of a river 
in Persia [Eulaeus]. 

,Z^^N (vl^'y) conj. and arfy. 
if not, whether not, if 
perhaps; perhaps. 
D^^><*(Oirra), D*^S (ylirm) 
tn, p^ c. ''[■5^,^' vestibule, 
hall. p(trtico|of the temple]. 



^ 1S1X 

0,*^^^^* (vl&'m) o(/i'. but 
hoM'ever, yet, nevertheless. 

folly, foolishness; ungod- 
liness, wickedness. 

,T (pni*'r) pr.n.m. 

11^^ (&'v^n) m, c. 'i'i^< (on), 
w.s. T] JiN, pZ. D^JiX breath, 
vainness, nothingness; 
idolatry, idol; falsehood, 
wickedness, sin; distress, 
hardship, toil. 

lii< * (on) m, pi. D>JlX, sub- 
stance, wealth; power, 
strength. 

j IN , jN (on) pr.n. of a city 
in lower Egypt (Helio- 
polis). 

If >N (pno') pr.n. of a town 
in Benjamin. 

nl^:\S see .TJX. 

H't (pn5'm) pr.n.m. 

j.-^'N (pn5'n) pr.n.m. 

',?'^N (cif^'z) pr.n. of an un- 
known country rich in 
gold. 

^SiK, ^5S (of5'n) ^, ,. 
"jDiX, pi. D^JDlX, wheel [of 
a chariot, of a thrashing- 
sledge]. 



"l^Di^< 



IX 



-]^3is, npiK, n^ipK (pfi'r) 

pr.n.vi. a son of Joktan; 
the gold-couutry Ophir, 
probably in Southern Ara- 
bia [ace. to others in India 
or East Africa]. 

yiN (ciB), pt. Yi< to press; 
to be pressed or narrow; to 
hasten. — Hi. fid. "f \^; to 
press, urge, impel. 

n^i.s, n^)k (pBrr) m, c. 

T^liS, pi. nlTilN, c. nlT^lN, 
store, stock, provision, sup- 
ply; store-house, treasury. 

niiS* (or), fut iliS;, in;, 

to be or become bright, to 
dawn, to become clear, to 
shine. — A^i. "li^^J, fut. 

ils^, inf. nis.^ [for'ilxnV] 

to become lighted, to 
dawn; pt. "l1i<J bright, 
splendid, glorious. — Hi. 

i^sn, fut. "i^x;, "ix;l to 

lighten, to fill with light, 
to make clear; to enlighten, 
instruct, teach; to enliven, 
to comfort; intr. to be 
light. 
"Ti»S^(or)m,pZ. OnlN, light, 
brightness, daylight, sun- 
light, lightning; illumina- 
tion, enlightenment; hap- 
piness, cheerfulness. 



"li><* (ur) m = 11X2, ^i^ 
OniX, DniS lighted coun- 
try, land of the sunrise, 
the east; fire, flame; en- 
lightenment, revelation ; 
DV.DP1 Dn^X light and 
truth, the oracle on the 
breastplate of the high 
priest. 

Ii*^ (fir) pr.n. of a toAvn 
in Chaldea, south of Ba- 
bylon [Dn^D IIX]. 

nnix* / (prri') = 11x2. 

"7*^^ (oi-r) /, only pi. 

nlllX, mix, green herbs, 

vegetables. 
niniN see nnj<. 

n^i^ (url'), "PXn.lX (Grl'e'l), 

rinix (Myyr), i.ti^x 

(vriyy5'hv) pr.n.m. 
nItS, ri*S (59.) ,n and /, pi 
nInIX, nhX, sign, mark, 
token, badge, standard, 
monument, memorial, warn- 
ing, omen, prodigy, symbol. 

niN (tjO-), ri1« (pa-), only 
Ni. fut. nlX^, cohort. HnlXJ 
to consent, agree, yield. 

tK (fz) adv. then, at that 
time; therefore; IX^ [= 
IX IP] formerly, hereto- 
fore, of old; prep, since. 



^mj< 



10 



HN 



^Tv ($zb§,'y) pr.n.m. 
ISlTS (czp'b) m an aromatic 

plant, hyssop. 
"llTS (fzo'r) m girdle, belt; 

fetter. 
^TN (nz^'y) adv. = 'ii< then. 

niDTS ($zk5r5') /memorial; 
that part of an offering 
which "was destined to 
bring the sacrifice to the 
remembrance of God. 

^l^^ (5z&'l), fut. \^]n for 
Vl^n to go away, to go 
out; to fail, cease, vanish. 
— Pu. pt. <j^^'0 what is 
spun, yarn, thread [perh. 
mis written for /p^^p, see 

^J?5 (g'z^l) in ^JNn ^5N 
stone of departure [a me- 
morial stone]. 

^tK ($zi]i'n) Q. not used. — 
Bi. [denom. of ]]i<] V.l?<n., 
imp. V.VSn, fict. '"I^ISI n^lN 

for v.l^?,i!<], pt VJ.?? = V>!h, 

to turn or lend an ear to, 
to listen, hearken, attend; 
to answer [a prayer]; to 
obey. 
1J)5 only Pi. yx (Izz?'n) to 
weigh, to prove. 

])j^ (p'zi^n) /, du. D.^JN' 



(gzn^'j^m) ear [organ of 
hearing]. 
n'lSr:^ "l^tS (nzz-c'n s^err) 
pr.n. of a town in Naph- 
tali. 

,rT\? (yzni') pr.n.m. 

VtT-^ (azSny5') pr.n.m. 

0''if!^^ (azikkl'm) only pZ. 
[from puS], It;. a»v. D'iJ^lS*;!, 
chains, fetters, handcuffs. 

"1,1? (iz^L'r) /u^ "ifS^., M/.s. 
V1]N'l to bind, gird, put 
on. — Ni. pt. TS^ to be 
girded. — Pi. pt. TN^, pt. 
li.J^'P to gird, to arm with. 

— iiith. i,j>srn, i.p. Txrin 

to gird or equip oneself. 

yi^jiS see :;;n,]. 

a tree not transplanted; 
native, indigene. 

i-'t: V ($zr5^r) pr.n. pair., 
Ezrahite, son of one n'^lN. 

"•nx, Tj^nx, rnx, q5'^^^^ 

c "'HN;, brother, near re- 
lation, cousin, countryman, 
fellow-man, friend; tr"'N-nX 
the one — the other. 

nJJ (5^) /fire-pot, coal-pan. 

nJJ (5^) inter}, woe! alas! 



n>< 



11 



DN^n^^ 



nJ|^ (o'^e^) «i, only pi. D^HS 
a howling animal, bird 
with lamenting voice, owl, 
scops. 

^fjn^ ($^'5'l?) pr.n.m. [once 

l^nS (§^b5'n) pr.n.m. 
ins (^d|5'd) num., c ^\1^, 

}. i^nx [for i;^7nj<], ip. 

nnN, one, some one, the 
same, a single one, the 
first; pi. D''^nN. some few. 
the same. — ^.H^?? once, 
at once; ^H^? like one. 
jointly, in a body, together. 

"^n? (5^^'<J) only H'iih. 
[denom. of IH^] 111X^1" 
to unite oneself, to collect 
one's strength or faculties. 

^nS (f'^ij) m reed, Nile- 



l^Ho (e^u'd) pr.n.m. 
n^n^ (ae^vg;') /" declaration, 
explanation. 

HE- (^^*^5') / brother- 
hood. 

HinN (a^p'a^) pr.n.m. 

^DinN (a^ym$,'y) pr.n.m. 

^i^^^ (?e^9'r) m back, back- 
side; arfv. back, backward, 
behind; west, west side, 
westward, westerly ; future, 



t(;.5!^\nlns;, pi. [nvni!<], c. 

W.5. VnvribN "',0'iniS, sister, 
female relation, friend; 
after H.ti^'S* = the other 
[compare n>^]. 

to seize, take, grasp, lay 
hold of; to lock up, bolt, 
fasten, connect. — Ni. 
\nNJ. to get caught, to be 
held fast. — Xi. [denom.] 

l^^5:, fut. tnx;. to take 

possession of. — Pi. pt. 
ins^ to hold back, to lock 
up, to hide. — Ho.pt. tHN^JlD 
to be attached or fastened. 
^J^^ (a^l'z) pr.n.m. 

njn^ i^^mm') /■, c. nirii!^, 

occupation , possession, 
property. 

X^"^ (a^z^'y); nnni!<^(a^^zyr), 

^<T]nS_ (a^^zy^'hu); CmX^ 
(a^uzza'm) ; riiriN. (a^uzz^'-S-) 
pr.n.m. 

^nriN pr.n.m., pair. oi^'\r\i<,^ 
n2t5n>^ = n3><t5nN, see 

Tiv : Tiv : : ' 

Ntpn Pi. 

^HK (e^;') pr.n.m. = 'l^HN. 
^P?^ (^^r) pr.n.m. = H^nS. 

D>|;''nx (a^iYm); n;ni<^ 

(a^Iyy^t'); ^n;nj< (a^lyyfhu); 



Dyj^n^f 12 

($%p'); 31tp^n.^ («^ity'b); 

^^'p'^^^ HHu'dj; nltD^riN; 

f l^O'nX^ (at^im^"aB); n^J^nS* 
(a^|n5d5,'b) pr.n.m. 
Oi:*?T'^ (ac^Inp"i]im) pr.w/. 

TjDpTiK (at^ieara^l'c^);l}^:'^^{ 
(a^r^'z^r); OJ^^V^: (»^Ikrm); 

vItpn;' (a^iriTi"); "inti^'^nN; 

^5n"'nJ:^ (ad)i9'o'fgl) pr.n.m. 

^^H- ($^l5'b) ;?r.w. of a 
place in North Palestine. 

particle of wishing: oh 
that! might it he that. 

"'.^n^ (5^1^'y) pr.n.m. 

n^^nS (j^iri'rai) / a pre- 
cious stone, amethyst. 

J<ri?pnN ($4m^0-5') pr.n. of 
the capital of Media, 
Eghataiia. 

^,??n^ (a^Jzbg,'y) pr.n.m. 

"iP? (5^^'r), fid. l.sg. inj< 
to be behind, to remain 
behind, to tarry. — Pi. "inN\ 
fut. *in^?; intr. to tarry, 
stay; ir. to delay, detain, 
procrastinate. 

"^P^ (w^'v) adj., f ninN\ 



tt^'ll^DN 



pi. Dnrih?, nnnx^ the 

following, second, other, 
later; foreign, strange. 

^T-^ iim^) »n, pi. [D^ini<| 

c. "'inN, tt;.s. nqs, {"'^•jriN 

the hind-part, back-part; 
arfy. and prep, behind, after, 
afterward; ^5 n.qx after 
that, thereupon; ""iriiStp 
from after, from behind. 
nnS = nq,i<, see "inx Pi. 

n:TiqN,pZ.Dv.nqx,hinder, 

following, later, latter, 
last, posterior, western ; 
/. adv. for the last time, 
lastly. 

n^nK ($£^r&'^); ^nnns 

(ad^Jr^e'l) pr.n.m. 
n**"!.™ (•i^ari'9.) /• hindest, 
latest part, future, end, 
posterity. 

^^?ir^^ (a^orJlnnrO-) adv. 
backwards. 

D^'pSn^tf^riiS; (a^^gd^rp'nrm) 
m.pl. \_sing. "jB^] Persian 
governors, satraps. 

t:nitf»nS (a^5§v?rp'§), 

t^nt^'nS (ad5,^grp's) pr.n.m. 
of Persian kings, Ahasuerus 
[= Xerxes, Cambyses, 
As ty ages]. 



nnri^'nx 



13 



nrx 



'>"iriC^*n>< (nc^ptm') pr.7i.m. 
[Persiau]. 

D'':"int^*nS (ae^pt^rlnrm) 
m.pl. [sing. 11^5?!-] adj. one 
being of the royal service 
[others: inules]. 

ririiS see "Hi:?. 

tDNl (^t) m whisper, low. 
noiseless speaking-; Q''l?N 
whisperers, sorcerers, ne- 
cromancers; adv. tiX, *^i^7, 
t^S? noiselessly, in a 
whisper, secretly, slowly, 
by degrees. 

"TtJS (ata'd) m thoru-bnsh 
[Christ's thorn]. 

*]^tpS (etu'n) in thread, yarn. 

DtDS (5ta m) pt.p. DltiX, pi. 
D^p^tDX^ to shut, close; to 
grate up, to lattice.— Hi. fut. 
U^t^l to close. 

"It^iJ (at^'r), fut. ip^; to 
shut, close. 
luS (ate'r) pr.n.m. 

IISS (ittc'r) adj. bound, 
hampered; l^p;' T X left- 
handed. 

*5 (*y) adv., c. "'N, iv.s. 
r\p^.^, i\i<, D;X where? 
[where art thou? &c.]; 
n.} ^X w^hich one? who?; 

, Hip ^X wdierefrora?; 
nXl'j ^X why? 



\S* (i) m and f, pi D^^>\ 
coast-laud, island; foreign, 
transmarine pnrts round 
the Mediterranean and in 
India. 

^^^ (i) m, only pi D^^X, 
howler, jackal. 

**^ (0 = "'"iX interj. woe to. 
\S* (i) [= V^ from *,:X] arfi/. 

denoting negation [equal 

to the prefixes in^, uu^]; 

nlZip""'N without honour, 

inglorious. 
^1^ (^ya'b) to hate, to treat 

as an enemy; pt. 2^M, ^."!"i^<, 

IV. s. 'Tj^\s, / nn^lN,' pi 

D^n^N, c. •'n^k, enemy, 
hater. 

ni*>K (ei,5') /; c. nn^x 

enmity, hostility. 

'""^ (fd) '>^ burden, oppres- 
sion, misfortune, misery, 
distress. 

Ht^* (*yy5') f vulture, 
kite. 

' lyC (&yy5') pr.n.m. 

^^^ (^yy?') = "'X adv. where, 
wherever. 

— '^^ (lyy?'l>) pr.n.m. Job. 
T'lpS (izg'bgl) jyr.n.f. 
nr^ (?2^') "<^^- where? 



T« 



14 



"1I^>* 



and i?j?f7y. how? where? 
<alas ! 

nip^'s, iD\s (cc^p') af^y. 

wlicre. 
nD!D"'J< (^cf)^'6)i) adv. how? 
^T^ (ey^t'i) m power, s trength . 

^I^j (^'yll) m, c. b'^,^pl. 
D^^'p^N, D'bii, c. f^^X 
[streDgth] a ram; pilaster, 
projection [in architecture], 
socle; strong tree, oak. 
terebinth ; pi. mighty, 
powerful people, the nobles. 

^!l^ (Jyyfi) wi, pi. D^^IH 
buck, stag, hart. 

Vl' rii^T^*, c. ni^%Sahind; 
"in[S:'n n.^^X hind of the 
dawn. 
jV^N (jyyflp'n) pr.n. of 

towais in Dan and Zebulon. 

P V^ ' 1?^^ (?l5'n) •pr.n.m. ; 
pr.n. of a town in Dan. 

^^?^!^ (jyy^lO'O-) /■ strength, 
power. 

nlp^^ see n^-'N. 

nil^^^N , projection [in 
architecture], moulding. 

^,r ^ (vli'm) pr.n. of a sta- 
tion in the desert. 



n^**^ (?1&'^), ^V^^ (?1^'^) 
^r.w. of an Edoniitish sea- 
port on the Red Sea [now 
Akaba]. 

D^X (gyo'm) adj., f n^\S; 
terrible, formidable. 

ioc. n nno^x, pi. niD\s* 

terror, fear. 

^''p*'^ (?mrm) pl.m. terrors, 
horrors; idols; giants, ori- 
ginal inhabitants of the 
Moabite country. 

l^S" (^'yln) m, c. I^N, non- 
entity, nothingness, non- 
existence; adv. not, not 
existing, without; w.s. 
^^J^N [I am not there]; 

'Tj^^K, u,;;n, ii2';;\s [= 

qi\S]; ^^'px I have not 
[there is not to me]. — "]\S'3 
without, when there was 
not, before being; "j^Np 
almost, nearly; 'j"'S'p = 
I^Nt ^^ to him to' whom 
not; I^N^ because not, so 
that not. 

*1'!S^ (ij'yin) adv. where?; 

j^SO [= "j\S "It?] from where, 

whence. 
^'•iS (In) adv. interr. [is there] 

not? 



•s\s 



15 



b-^ 



nD\s, nsK (ef5') /, c. nD\s 

a corn measure, equal to 
1.08 bushel. 
nb^'N (?f5') ac^y. where? 
how? 

8iS''>^ see XlDN. 

t^''i:< (is) m, w;.5. \ti'\S*, pZ. 

man [as opposed to beast 
and woman and God], a 
mortal, husband, possessor, 
inhabitant, follower, at- 
tendant; some one, any 
one, every one, each; with 
T]t< or yi the one — the 
other. 

"I'int^''K (Is^o'd) pr.n.m. 
1*lt^^lj^ (Isp'n) m [dimin. of 

ti''"'X little man] the pupil 

of the eye, eye-ball, centre. 
b^n"t^''i5 (Is ^?L'yil)9n valiant 

man, perh. pr.n.m. 
2ip"tr''J:^ (is to'b) pr.n. of 

a town or district in Syria. 
^_ir^S see V^'?. 
pri''i^ (lO-o'n) m entrance. 
''f]''^ (i9ii^'y) pr.w.iM. 
b|<in\S (iO-rn) j)r.n.m. [for 

t'X ^riN God with me]. 
Dri''><* see DnN. 



Dn\S^ = qnx, qns, see 

HDri'lS (i9-fm5'r) pr.n.m. 
IfJ^^' ID^ (?^5'n) pr.n.in. 
"^^ (&ci^) a(it/. certainly, yea; 

only, but, however, yet; 

hardly, no sooner than. 
7=?5 (akkU'd) pr.n. of a town 

built by Nimrod. 
-^*r^ (&(^z5'b) on deceiving 

brook [without water]. 

-^^,Tf ^ (ac^zrb)pr.w. of towns 
in Asher [Ecdippa] and in 
Judah. 

"IP- (§c^z?'r) adj. bold, 
cruel, merciless, destruc- 
tive, deadly. 

"'"IP^ {m^m') adj. hard, 
harsh, cruel, terrible. 

ri^l^lPN (^c^zMyyu'O-) / 
cruelty, fierceness. 

n^''?N (ac^U5')/ eating, food. 

^ P^ (ad^i's) pr.n.m. 

^,?¥ (fc^^'l) inf. ^DN;, w.s. 

i'??^it (qc^io'); fut. b'2i<\ i.p. 

bp.i<\ 1. sing. b^i<, to eat, 
enjoy, devour, consume, 
take away, destroy. — Ni. 
b^^,l, M- '?,5^<.?. to be 
eaten, consumed. — Pu. 
725< to be consumed, de- 
stroyed. — Hi. '^'pxn, fut. 



bx 



16 



'7"'pNl to make eat, to give 
to eat. 

:5pN (p'c^^.i) w, iv.s. 1^?x 

(yc^ip') [act and material 
of] eating, food, meat. 

pr.n.m. [or to be derived 
from n^D]. 

.Tj^DX _ r,^3j^^ see H^D Pi. 

\P.^ (5c^Q'n) arfy. certainly, 
surely, even so; but, yet. 

^5? (5cf)rf) to burden, 
weigh on, press, drive on. 

?]D»S (^'d,$f) ,„, w.s. ""EPX, 
burden, load, pressure. 

"1,5>^ (ikk5'r) «J, /.?. D^yipS', 
ploughman, tiller, husband- 
man. 

^Wrt^ (&(^55'f) ji)r.n. of a 
town in Asher. 

• ^^ ($l) a negation cor- 
responding to Greek /it^, 
applied in prohibitions and 
wishes : that not, lest, may 

^ not, let not. 

"^^^^ [^i<] the Arabic de- 
finite article, occurring in 

. • T : - ' ••..;-' I : - • 

^N* (\'l) 7U, IV.S. 7X, pi. 

D^^t^X, u strong, mighty 
one, a licio, a god; ?Xri 



the true God; ^1^ ^X al- 
mighty God; )V^V. hi< God 
the most high; strength, 
power, might; ^T ^X^ tt''^ 
it is in the power of my 
hand, I am able. [D"','?X 
once for D^7"'X rams]. 
»? (?l), .-Xn pron. dem. pi. 



= n.TX these. 

'^ V (^0 pr^P- to, towards, 
in the direction of, ac- 
cording to, in addition to, 
with regard to, against, 
into, among, near, with. 

^^?i?^ (^Ig&bi's) m hail, 
ice. 

D*ip^:i^S see Q^^pSx. 

"^^7^ (^ld5'd) pr.n.m. 
^^^V^"^ (gld5'5') pr.n.m. 

n^^J (515') to confirm by 
an oath, to swear, for- 
swear.— i/i. in/- ^"i'T^'Hi /""<• 
7ISI5I to confirm, to cause 
to swear, to swear. 

n^?',(rvir) /, W.S. \ri^x, 

pi. ril'rX swearing, oath; 
curse; agreement by oatii, 
sworn covenant. 

Hv*^ (<^li*i') / oak. 

n*?'^* (?ir)/oak, terebinth. 



nbi< 



17 



r\^''hi< 



nT'iS (elg,') iw.n.m. 

•'.'T^? (?'lle) pron. dem. pi. 
these, those. 
l^iS (iiiu') covj. \}b tDX] if. 

n vS (eio'ah) w, sm^. mostly 
in poetry: a god, God; pi. 

D\n^.s, c. 'ri-?^, ws. "i^'J^bi^, 

God, the oue, true God 

angel , Israelitic king, 
prophet; heathen gods, 
higher and godlike heings. 
T'yS (eiy'l) m the sixth 
mouth of the Hebrew year, 
corresponding to September 
and October; adj. = by^.. 

Xhi<' (clo'n), Xhi< ^(allp'n) 

,H, pi. □^;i'?x, D^Ji^^, c. 

''J^, oak, terebinth. 
jVJS (elp'n) pr.n.in, ; p«fr. 

^ Y^ (allu'f) m and adj., pi. 
^''ST'Nl tame beast, lamb, 
ox, cow; attached friend, 
companion, husband; head 
of a family, of a tribe 



npS see ni^^X. 

^Y^ (alu's) pr.n. of a 

station in the desert. 

J7J?0 (§lz5i^5'r) pr.n.m. 
Hcbrew-Enfflish. 



n^K (5igL'i)) only Ni. vh^: 
to be corrupt, to get spoiled. 

],^~?*? (gl^ana'n) pr.n.m. 

n>5^t5S(eir5-b);'?x^Ss(eirri); 
nnx^i^x (eirs's-a); it^k 
(eiidrd) [i-^s]; yT^.s 

(§ly5d5") pr.n.m. 

njr'^ (?iiya') / fat tail of 
oriental sheep. 

^^i^^ (eliyyr) and H^'^N 
(ellyya'hv); ^n"'7^< and 

2<in^^j< (eiihu'); V-'i^-'iv:'?^* 

(elyeho'-ena'y); ^ V-^.I^H* 
(§lyo"?nry); >^,?n2^^* (elya^- 
bf'); nin"*^^: (eli^p'rgf) 

^P^ ("^U'l) «^/- null, vain, 
nought; nothingness, feeble- 
ness; pi. D"','?^^^. idols. 

Tj^P''^^iS (eilmelec^); ^ID^J'K 
(glyaBa'f); '^})l''bi^^ (eire'zer); 

Uy^^^?:, (eii'-enry); qV''?*^?: 
(eilVm); is^^><:^ (^W'z); 

'pD^^iSI^ (elifal); ^n^?l^^, 
(elif^rhu); ^x',?"'ri:?. (ellfe'lftj; 
11^^^><^ (ellBfi'r};' 1B^^,^J<^ 
(eil'Bafrn); N|^^/J>; (eiika); 
D"J|P vX (glyaki'm) pr.n.m. 

[Elizabeth]. 
n^tf^''pX (eiis5')i^»'.w.w. [Greek 



yiir^^^N 



tribe in tlie Peloponnesus 

or in Sicily]. 
^^.p^^^S (em'f); 3y^^J< 

V,'^''bi<. (eiisr-); tDD*f>>N 

rtriS^, S] pr.n.m. 

^^^^ (<il-l?L'y) interj. ahas. 
woe to! 

P?/? (ftlCi'm), iVi. D^StJ, fut. 
P^^^."! to be bound in the 
tongue, to be dumb, mute. 
— Pi. pt. Di?l<P to bind, 
to make up in sheaves. 

^?,^ (e'l^m) m the growing 
dumb, dumbness, silence. 

D?N (lirt'm) arfi.,2>^ D'PS>\ 
dumb, mute. 

r 

p7K (yiirm) see D^^.K. 

^''.■?Pf ^ (^Imuggl'm) w, only 
pL, a precious wood, red 
or white sandal-wood. 

n?C? (»lyram$') f, pi 

Dvi^X,, ri1p^i<, bundle, 
sheef. 

'/I'^rv? (^-Impd^'d) pr.n.m. 
[Arabian tribe in Yemen]. 

'^c',?-- (^^illimm^'l^d)) pr.n. 
of a town in Ashcr. 

"]D7S ($,im5'n) at(;. widowed. 

IDT'S (jLim0'ii) m widow- 
hood, interregnum. 



18 n!^i? 

nj?r.- (i^lni5n5') /, pi. 

nijp'^x, c. ni:pSs widow, 

a widowed state [without 
a ruler]. 
nlpDpi^ (^im^^np'O-) fipl. 
[perh. for nlJ^lX] palaces. 

n^^Dt5>< (^Im^nu'O-) A c. 

n^:pVx, pi. D^nup^N, 

widowhood; destitution 
[exile]. 

1?^?^ (^Impni') m, with 
preceding \)^^, a certain 
one, one not named. 

(^IngO-^'n) pr.n.m. 
np^K (gUf fi^i'r) pr.n. of town 
and district in Mesopo- 
tamia. 

(r^drv'); 'JjyH* (raz^i'y); 

"1^^?^ (^r^zj'r) pr.n.m. 

x^i^bx, nbj^bs (gi'5i-^') 

pr.n. of a town near Hesbou 

[in Reuben]. 
ntf^J/VS (gr5Br) pr.n.m. 
^^S (m't), fut. Pl^is*: to 

learn. — Pi. fut. ^.t^N], pt. 

P],^D [for ^'Tt<p] to teach. 

— Hi. pt. n^,^s;:^, p^ / 

nip^S^P to make thou- 
sands, to bring forth thou- 
sands [denom. of ^^^]. 



r]^X 19 

w.'s./B^N, rfw. Q.'',!'?^, pi. 
D"'d'5n;," c. "S^'*^ l' only pi. 
domesticated beasts, oxen, 
cows, cattle. 2. a thou- 
sand, du. two thousands. 
pi. thousands. 3. a com- 
munity, family, part of a 
tribe. 

^^,^* (e'l^f) pr.n. of a town 
in Benjamin. 

^^*i^^ (glp*"&l) pr.n.m. 

yh"^ (5irB) Pi. fut. y;^x^ 

to drive, press, urge. 

(glB?f5'n) = 12^^^i<, 



•jiDN 



0*p?^ (aiku'm) w no re- 
sistance; N "/.^^ a king 
against whom there is no 
rising up [others: people, 
militia]. 

•l^l^rO (glkan?') pr.n.m. 

'^'Wy>)^ (glkpsl') pr.n.m., a 
native of ^p?7^ [a village 
in Galilee]. 

^ybys [-rhn] (^itoia'd) 

pr.n. of a town in Simeon. 

spn^N;, npn^K (git^kr) 

pr.n. of a town in Dan. 

of 



?i17^ (^It'ko'n) pi 
a town in Judah. 



ON (em) /•, w;.s. \DJ<, pZ. 
riiDN, mother, grand- 
mother, ancestress ; bene- 
factress; metropolis,mother- 
country, people; '^Ij^n ^^^ 
parting-way. 

0^5 (im) conj. [in direct 
and indirect questions] if, 
whether; CN— H. whether— 
or; in conditional sentences : 
if, when, 5<'^ DN if not; 
in sentences of wishing 
and asseveration: oh that 
[Lat. utinam] , certainly 
not, N? DN certainly. 

Q^^ m. onlypZ. D^^^J<(umm|'m], 
people, nation. 

ngS (ama') /, ic/.s. •'HDIS^, 
pi. ninOS^, c. nlnpx, maid- 
servant, female slave. 

HDS* (ammr) f, c n^K, 
du. D^n^K, pi. n1f.pX, fore- 
arm; ell, cubit; in archi- 
tecture: foundation; metro- 
polis. 

riDS (^mm5') pr.n. of a hill 
near Gibeon. 

npiS see nO^N. 

n^'DS (umraa) /, only pi. 

nIpN people, nation, tribe. 
nlnDJ< see n»N. 
"I'ltpS^ (fmp'n) m builder, 

architect. 

2* 



ri^:>x 



20 



EZr^S 



PpS (^mp'n) j)rn.in.] also 
the Egyptian god Ammoii. 

*]lrpN;« see liipn. 

']^P>< (cmy'n), 1,PS arfj-: pZ- 

D"'j1»X fastened, faithful; 
2^1. fidelity, trustiness. 

n3*it2S (emCin?') /, tV.S. 

•'n:^D^<, pi. nUios firm- 

I • T 1 v: ' r I 

ness, security, fidelity, 
honesty, conscientiousness, 
faith. 

y lUK (fmo'B) pr.n.m. 

D^pK see D^p^X. 

*)ip^?pS see "]ijpx. 

y^P^ (iHramrB) a4/. firm, 
strong, valiant. 

"l^pjj (aml'r) ?n top of a 
tree, summit of a mountain. 

^P>< (sra&'l) [bj2i<] pt. p.f. 
T}^t^i<. to fade, languish. — 
Pui. ^^P?<, pt. b^tpi^ [for 
^^^i<'rp] 'to fade, droop, 
wither; to he sorrowful, 
to mourn. 

"^J^pS (am(l5'l) adj., only 
'pi D^yjp^^ weak, feeble. 

DDS (amij'm) pr.n. of a town 
in Jnilah. 

IP? (5mri'n) i)itr. to he firm; 
tr. to make firm, fasten, 
bring up, nurse; pt. "jps 
guardian, fosterer, / ^.}^'^ 



mirse. 



M. 



fut. 



IpS^ to be fastened, to be 
firm, constant, faithful, 
honest; to last, continue; 
to be nursed, supported; 
jyt. ]r2Hl firm, faithful, 
constant, lasting. — Hi. 

"fpxn, fut. vpj^.l, IP*'^.- to 
hold fast by, to believe 
firmly, to trust; to stand 
still, to stop. 
*|pS (jmti'n) m workmaster, 

artist. 
"IP? (5m?'n) adj. firm, tnie, 
faithful; m faithfulness; 
adv. certainly, truly, so 
be it! 
^pS (p'm^n) m truth, fidelity. 
(l^pS (am^n^i') / firm cove- 
nant; fixed wages. 
njpS (am?[n^') pr.n. of a 
river flowing through Da- 
mascus [and of that part 
of the Antilibanus from 
which it comes]. 
njpS (pm'n?') /", only pi. 
nupiS, pilaster, column. 
n^pX (ymn5') /the bringing 
up, nursing; adv. in truth, 
truly. 

*|ippS (i^mnp'n) pr.n.m. 
q3p>< (ymiui'm), Drp;< adv. 
in truth, truly, verily. 



rp^ 



2i 



nnnox 



ypN (mrn) fut. f,^s^. to 
be strong, Yigorous; to be 
stronger, to prevail. — Pi. 
f,^^S, fut. f,f;?N^ to make 
strong, to strengthen, 
harden; to select. — Hi. 
fut. \>pxi to display 
strength, to act courage- 
ously. — Hith. f.tDNOn to 
collect one's strength, to 
show oneself vigorous, 
bold or quick; to be firmly 
resolved. 

y?pN (jmp'B) arf;., only pi. 
D^^Vpi;^. strong; others: 
reddish, bay [horse]. 

Y'Q^ (o'mgB) m strength, 
vigour. 
n^rpK (UmBr) / strength. 

(amaBylc') pr.n.m. 

"IpJ;^ (m^'v) inf. liipx, "ibj^^, 

with 7 "ibsj? [in the way 
of saying], ws. "'71'r'^ (Qmrj'), 
M "!,^iS\ 1!5^<^j, II^N^l, 
1. sm(7. "l.'QN, to say, name, 
call, admonish, promise, 
praise; to say to oneself, 
to think, intend; to com- 
mand. — Ni. I'^N^., fut. 
ipx^. to be said, to be 
named; it is said. — Hi. 
T'pNn to make say, to 



promise. — Hith. I^N'nn 
to boast, to be over-proud, 
imperious. 
^9*^ (e'mgr) m, iv.s. llt^X, 
pi. Dn^.S, c. n;.?X a'say- 
ing, word, utterance, com- 
mand, promise. 
',^0 (imme'r) pr.n.m. 

luis (o'm^r) m word, saying, 
song, praise, promise; 
thing [like in^]. 

■^il?^ (imra'), Hip^ (gmra') 

c. m"]^X word, utterance, 
song. 

J'^0 (^mpri') pr.n.m. Amo- 
rite, chief tribe of the 
Canaanites. 

^y?^ (imra'y); -TI^J^ 
(am^ryr), 'i'lTl^^: (^mUryriiuj 

<?T??^ (§mr5fri) pr.w.m. 
[king of Shinar, Hammu- 
rabi]. 

^9.^ (g'm^.s) m and at^i-. 
yesterday, last night. 

riDiS (emg'^) [fi-om nJOiS] /, 
w.s. ""ripX. firmness, dura- 
tion, certainty, security, 
faithfulness, faith, truth, 
honesty. 

^D,?p!!^ ($mtr^*9') f w.s. 



>ntDX 



22 



^?M 



inrinpx, pi. c. n-ini^^s 

bag, sack. 
"•ppS (amitt^'y) pr.n.m. 
']i} {m) [comp. ]'!ii] adv. 

where? whither?; ]i<P 

whence?; ^N-ri; till when? 

how long? — w. loc. n nJ,i< 

[alsoHiX] whither? where? 

how long?; nJSn HJis' 

hither and thither. 
*li< see •'jlX. 

X2JJ, nilS (5'nng) interj. 
I pray! pray thee! 
HDN see "]X. 
rjDi^ (5ng;') to sigh, lament. 

'"!?¥' (5"^') ^^- r'^^ to 

cause to meet. — Pu. n^J< 
to befall, happen. — Hith. 
n^NPn to seek opportun- 
ity [for a quarrel]. 

^^S ?.ce ^jmx. 

ti^*ljS (enp's) m man, human 

being, mankind. 
^ 7^? (®no'g) pr.n.m. 
njS (5n&'^), only M. ms; 

ro sigh, lament, mourn. 

lament, sighing. 

^^n.rV? (*n8,'f^nCi) pron. pers. 
1. pi, i.p. UnJN^, once ^JN*. 
abbreviated UnJ we, our- 
selves. 



^]^n5^ (ang'^arg'9) pr.n. of 
a town in Issachar. 

V.O i'^nV) p7'on. pers. I.si7}g. 
I,' I myself = \DJi<. 

''P^ (onf) m and / coll. ships, 
a fleet. 

n:^if («nlyyr) /", i?/. DI^JN, 

ship. 

i^^?^ (^niyy5') / lamenta- 
tion, mourning. 
PV**?^ ("^ni'^'m) pr.n.m. 
"^,-5-^ (*n5'c^) wi the metal 

lead; plummet, plumb-line. 

-^,*^ (ft'nprf)!') pj'on. 2)ers. 

1. si)75f., i.p. OJN I, myself. 
1P.>^ ($n^'n), only Mi/I. p.^<P^ 

to complain, to murmur. 
p^? (5n^VB), pt. DJN to urge, 

compel. 
^IPX (5n&'f) /"wi. ^14.^^,::. to 

breathe heavily, to be 

angry. — Hith. ^iJ^pn to 

be angry. 

i^,??? (^n5f5') / an unclean 
bird, parrot, sandpiper, or 
heron. 

pJN (jnj'k) fut. ^}^\., to 
groan, sigh. — Ni. imp. 
iP:xn, pt. pJS:. the same 
as Q. 

njJlS (an^k<i') /, c. rpjJ>', 
sighing, complaint, moan- 
ing. 



tr:s» 



23 



1DX 



^,y^ (5n^'s) pt. p. ^'i:i< to 
sicken, to make incurable; 
pt. p. ill, sick, incurable: 
melauchol}^ , sorrowful ; 
bad, wicked. — i\i. fut. 
^)!^'^.. to be sick to death. 

ND^S (geg') prn.m. 

^^p^< (pu'c^) m oil-flask. 

"^IpX (afSo'n) m damage, hurt. 

n^Cp8 (efiu'r) m, pi Dn.lDN*, 
cord, fetter, bond. 

^^P^ {m'i) m harvest, in- 
gathering time. 

"l*'pS(56rr) m, also TDS ' 
(|ififirr),j?Z.D''TpN., prisoner. 
captive, exile. 

"I^p8 (pBi'r) pr.n.m. 

PP? (565'm) m, only pi. 
D"'pDX store house, gran- 
ary. 

rijpK ($6iia') pr.n.m. 

"1S^P^^ (Qfingppa'r) pr.n.m. 
[an Assyrian king or a 
dignitary]. 

nips (gB%^'^) pr.n.f. 

^pK (aBli'f) fut. ?1DN":., 
5ip<\ w.s. '^^^^X 'M^P^^ 
[/w^. 1. sm^. ^v.s. and also 
p«. 5^pN W.S.] to gather, 
collect, to draw together, 
to receive, to take under 
protection; to draw up 



[feet] ; to withdraw, to take 
away; to close a march, 
bring up the rear. — Ni. 
^,?^>p. to assemble, to be 
gathered [to one's fore- 
fathers, i. e. to die] ; to be 
received , withdrawn , to 
disappear. — Pi. ^DN to 
gather diligently, to re- 
ceive, to close. — Pu. 5]pj< 
to be gathered. — Hith. 
s^pxrn to be gathered to- 
gether. 
5^pX (afia'f) pr.n.m. 

5^pX (aCo'f) in, only pi. 
D"'Ep5<, gathered-in pro- 
visions, store. 



'Cef) m, 



^DDN 



(Qfife') ingathering, harvest. 
nSpN (afiefa') / assemblage ; 

seizure, imprisonment. 
*$P^ (^fiyppa') /, only pi. 

nlEpi<. assembly [of wise 

men]. 
5^pSp>< (afiafBu'f) m, IV. art. 

^DH, mixed multitude, 

rabble. 
><3riSpS (pp5'0-a) pr.n.m. 

[Persian]. 
"IpK (5B^'r) fut. ICiS^.., 

\'D^:;., w.s. ^nnpSl, ' inf. 

"ib^;, pt. p. liDX to bind, 

fetter; to seize, to put in 



"IE« 



24 



bzi< 



prison; to put to harness 
or in yoke; to begin, join 
[battle]; to charge oneself 
Avith. to engage; j'^- V- 
captive, prisoner. — hi. fut. 
"ips^ to be fettered, to be 
hekl captive. — Pu. "IDS 
to be taken captive. 

"IDK (I665'r), "lpJ< (efiri'r) m, 

vow of abstinence, renun- 
ciation. 

^^rrnpS (ae-irc^yddo'n) pr.n. 
m [king of Assyria]. 

nripK (gfite'r) pr.n.f. Esther 
[Persian: star, bliss]. 

^^ {U) conj. [denoting 
addition, climax or em- 
phasis], also, too, and j^et, 
and even, even more; 
P]S-P|X as well as; ^? !^X 
even more; in questions: 
is it so? really? 

^S' ($f) [from rjpS] m, i.p. 
f]X, w.s. ""CN heavy breath- 
ing, anger, wrath; nose. — 
du. D^BS, c. ""SX the nos- 
trils, nose, face; anger, 
wrath; two persons. 

Dn\SSS see nXB m. 

^^^ (uf<^'d) fnt. "I'^^l to 

surround, gird, put on. 



ri'TSS (afyddr) /■, c. niDX^ 

the act of girding round; 
a covering, coat of a statue. 

IHBX, palace. 

nss [m') fut. nDx\ nD> to 

bake; p/. HDN, pi. b''SX 
baker, / HSX, pi. nlSX 
female baker or cook. — 
A7. fut. n?X^ to be baked. 

*iSS, K*^^^ (cfo') adv. now, 
then, consequently. 

1iDN», TDK (^fo'd) m the 
ephod or official garment 
of priests, especially of 
the high-priest, a bipartite 
covering. 

l*!^^ (cfo'd) pr.n.m. 

n*>SK (afi'a^) pr.n.m. 

^''SX {m'l)adj.,flpl.r\fy^i<^^ 
late in ripening. 

^^^i!^ (ipp^'yira) pr.n.m. 

p^DiS* (5fi'k) m, c. Y>'^% 
pi. D^ip;DN^, c. "•jP^DX^, river- 
bed, bottom, channel, 
stream, brook, river. 

p''pij* (5fi'k) adj. strong, 
powerful. 

p'lpS see pDX^. 

'^^^ (p'fgl) darkness, con- 
cealment; misfortune. 

^SS (,,f^-'l) adj. dark. 



^^^^? -25 

n^s>< (afeir) /, pi. ni^Ds; 

deep darkness. 

77>SS (^fl5'l) pr.n.m. 

^SS (p'fgn) wi, only pi. iv.s. 
VJDS (Qfn5'v) circumstance, 
turn, due time. 

^IgiS see ISiS. 

DSK (gfe'fi) to end, cease, 
disappear. 

DSS (e'feB) m, til*. Q?p?N\ 
p?. c. ''pD>s, end, extremity: 
rfw. soles of the feet; adv. 
at an end, no more, not, 
except, only; D?S5 with- 
out; ""? D?S' only that, 
however. 

□ ''DT DSS (g'fge dammi'm) 
j9r.w. of a place in Judah. 

''pSS (affii') adv. except, 
nothing besides. 

breath, nothingness. 
nVB^ (§f'e') m and /■ adder, 

yiper, basilisk. 
^,?^ (afaf) [not contracted, 

e.g. ^SS^^] to involve, to 

surround. 
pSS (ff^'k) only M</«. 

pBNinn to control or re- 
strain oneself. 
pSS (affk) 2>r.w. of towns 

in northern Palestine. 



njPSK (afekr) pr.n. of a 

town in Judah. 
1SK (e'f^r) m ashes, dust, 

nothingness. 
"ISNt (afe'r) ?n head-cover, 

tiara. 

n"lSS (efro'ad^) ??i, only pL 
D"*]!!!?^, young bird, nest- 
ling. 

^?^P^ (efraylra) pr.n.m. 

rn^i^ (efraO-), w. loc. 
n nn"lDX pr.n.^ older name 
for Bethlehem; also equi- 
valent to D^T.?^. 

"^rinSS (glr?^r) pr.n.m.^ a 
Bethlehemite; anEphraim- 
ite. 

jlZLikfS (gBbo'n) pr.n.m. 

V^^^ (eBb^') /, w.s. ^V?^^, 

finger, index, toe; finger- 
breadth. 

b^^^ (aBi'l) m, pi. c. -h'"^^ 
extremity, remote corner* 
adj. noble, chief person. 

b^5?>?(aBBn)m,;P?. c. "l^^^IN, 
joint [knuckle, elbow]. 

^^^^ (5Ba'i) [derived from 
7^X] to put aside, to take 
away, withdraw, refuse. — • 
Ni. /,^.^,^. to be taken awa^ 



b)ii< 



26 



'mx 



to be reduced. — Hi. fut. 
7^1<^1 to take away. 

side, region ; />re/>. at the 
side of, beside, close to, 
near. 

^r^? (5B?'l)pr.w.w. [i.p. ^,^X]; 
/>r.7i. of a place. 

in^'^^X (aB$ly$'hu) ipr.n.m. 

^^\ (p'B^ni) Ipr.n.m. 

nn^^S ($B'$(ir) /bracelet, 
step-chain. 

"i;^K (5B&'r) pt. yi\^ to heap 
up, store up. — Ni. fut. 
I^N^ to be stored up. — 
Hi. fut. 1. sing. nn';flN; to 
appoint one treasurer. 

n^X see I^IX. 
'T*!: (c'B^r) pr.n.m. 

l""lfK see 1^; and "1,^1 

n^P?X ($kd5'^) m a spark- 
ling precious stone, car- 
buncle. 

"^P^ ($kkci') m roe [or wild 
goat]. 

n|Pi<, nr.p^K see n^b. 

nS'ipK [for NipX] sec 

n»S see liX. 

^ J.^ i^Tli,') pr.n.m. 

b'lXIX see 'rs'nN. 



^,^1^ (Sr'?'l) m, only pl.w.$. 

pibi<^i< their heroes. 

y^l^ ($r'?U') pr.n.m. 
^il? (5r&'b) /u«. niX^. to 
weave plots, to lie in 
ambush, to lurk; pt. 31>\ 
31iX lurking, lurker; coll. 
ambush. — Pi. pt. pi. 
D''p'lS*p lurkers. Hers in 
wait. — Hi. fut. n").N;i [for 
2,']?^,^3] to form an ambush. 
^^^ (»r5'b) pr.n. of a town 
in Judah. 

^1^ ($'r$h) m ambush, 
lurking-place. 

^1^^ (p'r^b) 7n, u;.5. IpiX 
(grbp') ambush, plot, cun- 
ning, deceit. 

^^.?1- (&rt?'l)pr.w. [S* n>2] 
of a place in Naphtali. 

n?!? (erb^i') /, only ;>Z. c. 
niiSTX, intrigue, plot. 

n?"!- (^^b^') »^ locust, 

migratory locust. 
n2"lh^ (arybbr) /, p^. rii2-ii!^ 

lattice, window, dove-cote, 

latticed outlet for the 

smoke. 

^ '^^^ (arpbo'O-) pr.n. of a 
place in Judah nearSochoh. 
J?^ 1^ (^rbl') pr.n.m., in- 
habitant of 2^i<i^. 



V51J< 



27 



niH 



^,51^* (3rb^") num. f, m 
nV^l^, c. nVllS, four; 
du^6)nV^l^i< fourfold; jyl. 
D^jnix" forty. 

V,?1^* ($rb«L") pr.7i.m. [an 
Anakite giant]. 

to plait, weave; pt. ^IN, 

/". n^1J< weaver. 
^"!!^ (§'rg?) w plait, texture ; 

weaver's shuttle. 
Iljl"]^^ (^rgp'b) 'pr.n. of a 

region in Bashan. 
11^"]^ ($rrvrn) see lO^IS. 
"^,^1^ (argi'z) iu chest, box. 
IJJ^n^ (^rgam^'n) m purple, 

purple cloth. 
^ !€? (s^rd) pr.n.m. 
P^ JO (si'rdo'n) pr.n.m. 

•^^^* (5r5') to pull, pluck 
off, collect. 
nnS^ Pi'"niJ<] see "IIN. 

*!n^ (^rv9,'d) j9>'.n. of a 
Phenician cit}^, Arvad or 

Aradus; ''"^p.^ ^^^ ^^' 
habitant. 

HP.^ ($rva') /•, only pZ. 
[njSiif] c. n'}")^ (tjrvo'O-) and 
n^lH, crib, manger, stable, 
set of horses. 



"t^HNI (5ru'z) adj., only pi. 
D^]1J<, cedrine, firm like 
cedar-wood. 

HDns (aruc^r), n?"?^: / 

healing, recovery, con- 
valescence. 

^D^"^^^ (aram^') pr.n. of a 
place near Sichem. 

D^p'i"lK raiswritten for 
D"'pi"IiS Edomites. 

qpilS [for D^nnJ^] see 
on Eith. 

Xn^ (arp'n) / and ?n, c 
lilX chest, box, coffin [for 
a mummy]; nn^H i<^ ark 

of the covenant; ^^^y.il ^, 

ark of the testimony; 

D\n^^'N* ark of God, the 

sacred ark containing the 

tables of the law. 
nj jHiS (arg,vn5') pr.n.m. 
T"1S (g'rgz) m, i.p. l^.i^, pi. 

D^l^^^, c '',nt? cedar; panel 

of cedar-wood. 
nj"!^ (?trzgL') / cedar-work. 

^^'^J* (fr^i'^) to wander, 
travel; pt. niJ< (pre'a^), 
pi. D^'nik wanderer, 
traveller. 

"li*)^ (ar§,'^) pr.n.m. 

^1.^ (o'r$4) / and m, w.s. 



nmx 



^ois 



(orjE^p'O-), c. n1n")N (Qrd)p'-3-), 
nirriS, path, way, manner 
of life, manner, condition, 
lot; wanderer, carayau. 

nnix (pre^5') /, pi. niniN, 

travelling company, cara- 
van, 

nC^l^ (^ruc^5') f portion, 
allowance; pl^^nn'llS. dish 
of greens. 

^7)>? W) m, pi. D^ns, 
hinx lion. 

^S^IK (nri'?'l) w lion of 
God, hero ; the heroic city, 
Jerusalem ; the hearth of 
God, altar. 

''T"!*^ ('^rida'y), Nnins; 

(aridgiO-s') pr.n.m. [Persian 
= Aridaeus]. 

^,^."1^ ($ry?') m and / lion, 
lioness. 

'^,.. jt? (§ry?') pr.n.m. 

n^is see nn^. 

"^^in^ [for n^nxj see 

*'P''"]^f ("rfBgi'y) pr.n.7n. [Per- 
sian]. 

to stretch, to be long, to 
wear on. — Jli. ^)^,"l?!?,g, fut- 



T^^,- t-o make long, to 
lengthen, prolong, extend, 
delay; intr. to be long, to 
abide, sojourn. 

'=17'? M'c^) arf/-, only c. T]")X 

long, patient; D^BX T]n>S 

forbearing. 
TjhX (5ro'c^) adj., f n;>^, 

long, enduring. 
^"!?!S * ($'rgc^) w length, delay 

[see also ^y^Y 
^"!^ (^'r^ci^) pr.n. of a city 

in Babylonia. 
Tl.*^ (p'r^cf)) rn, w.s. 1^"!X 

(grko'), length, duration, 

patience. 
HDnS / see HDni!^. 

'',r*l^ (Cirki') pr.n.m, inhabi- 
tant of "^"]i!<, a town in 
Palestine. 

Q^^. (»r5'm) pr.n., c. D^i< 
[mountain-land] Aramsea, 
Syria, and people therein, 
descended from Aram, 
the grandson of Nahor; 
Q?,in4 D.l^; Aramaea of the 
two rivers, Mesopotamia. 

jlU JrS (^irm'p'n) in, pi. c. 
nlJipiX, palace, castle, 
citadel. 

"ipjJS ("riiimnu') pr.n.vt.., }4. 
'□YJ1J>', /n7.?is;, Aramaean, 
Syrian, Mesopotamian. 



^Vl^ 



29 



b:i^'H 



^"•Pl^? ('irami'^) adv. [/from 
'P'^^?, Aramaean], in the 
Aramaean or Syrian lan- 
guage. 

,r^}iJ i^vmoui') pr.n.m. 
iTiO (^r5'n) pr.n.m. 

ii^ (p'rgn) m a cedar or 
pine [perh. miswritten for 

n.x]. 

I V 1 C^'r^n) pr.n.m. 
^^?^^ (^rnrbgO-) / a hare. 
I '^ Iv: (jrnp'n) ^>?'.n. of a 

river between Moab and 

Ammon. 
n^,n^ (^rany?') aud "jJlN 

(Qm^'n) pr.n.m. = HJITN. 
j,^ jv: (arnli'n) pr.n.m. 

'.T*"!^ (arpa'd) jor.w. of a 

city in Syria near Hamath. 

"^,^^=•1^ (arpad^srd)pr.n.wi., 
a son of Shem, father of 
the Chaldeans or Northern 
Shemites. 

yij^. (e'rgB) / and m, w. an. 

n n^iN, w.s. \^ix, pi. 

ni^liS^, c. nri"}N'the earth 
[as a body of the uni- 
verse], the earth [opposed 
to heaven]; land, ground, 
soil, country, fatherland, 
territory. 



*^,7 jv! (&rBa") pr.n.m. 
'^yi (5r«i'r) imp. IX, "'^"n'^X 
(o'rr^-lli), pi. nX, nix, ful 

"I^t: P^' ">>% pip- ^'1^, 
to curse, execrate. — Ni. 
pt. "IXJ to be cursed. — 
Pi. 11X to curse, to cause 
a curse. — Ho. fid. i.p. 
"1X1^ to be cursed. 

^TIT-? (ararat) pr.n. of a 
district and high mountain 
in Armenia; all Armenia. 
Jl-^ (^r?ri') pr.n.m. 

^y$ im's>) Pi. tS^IX [with 
n^'X] to take a wife, to 
espouse. — Pu. ^,1X, pt. f 
nti^nxp to be engaged, 
betrothed. 

nt^nj?< (are's^O-) / desire, 
wish. 

Xn^;?^rin-18 (^rta^sa'sta), 

xnD^'nnix , xno^'nrnx, 

j^r.n.??i., Artaxerxes I. Longi- 

manus, king of Persia. 
P,^n^^ (aear'e'l) pr.n.m. 
^,^^1^^ (prrri) pr.n.m. 
^^ (es) f and on, w.s. "'^X, 

DDt^'j< fire, heat; lightning; 

flame of war; wrath; 

radiance, glitter. 
tTK (is) = 15^;: there is. 
bsiTK (^sbe'i); ptr'X 



Itt^N 



30 



'iy^^'i< 



b^^^'iji (§bbi"$l) pr.n.m. 
"It^S (g'b^d) w the flowing 
out, discliaigc of water, 
watered place. 

c. ring's outpouring; de- 
clivity where mountain 
waters flow together. 
■l1"!trS (Jsdp'd) pr.n., one 
of the five Philistine 
cities, Azotus, Ashdod. 

n^crs = r\;im or = 
nVtr'x [see n-]. ' 
ntrs (issr) /", c. n^'N, w.s. 

woman, wife, female; with 

nlnNorn^Vl^^i^eo^e-t^c 

other; every one, each [/]. 

"'^t£^J<, a burning, burnt- 
offering, holocaust, sacri- 
fice. 

nj^tTtS see n;i^"X. 

*]1trK m, onlyc.pijJ^>? perh.= 

c. nti'iS^ step, gait; ="lit^'Xr) 
a kind of cedar [sherbin]. 

IW^"- (p§u'r) = "l^tf'X. 

"^^^^|l (psu'r) pr.w. Assyria 
[in some passages including 



Syria, Babylonia, Persia] 
pi. D''Tii^'X an Arabian 
tribe, descended from 
Dedan. 
'*^*^^ (^Syrl') pr.n.. a native 
of "I'tf^'h^ (a district in 
Asher]. 
liriK'N ($g£^ii'r) pr.n.m. 

"''nVt^'X, support, prop. 
*^P^^^ (''slra5') pr.n. of an 

idol in Hamath. 
HTI^^S see n"J^'>^. 
Li^''I2'*X (^gf's) ?n, only pi. c. 

''VJ''^t<, foundations, ruined 

remains. 

and ny^K^'N^, cake, ' pan- 
cake. 



testicle. 
D^StTN see DDt^" Hi. 

nlppt?'^, cluster of grapes, 
grape, raceme. 

^Jti-'N (gSkp'l) pr.n.m. of 
an Amorite; pr.n. of a 
valley near Hebron. 

TDSti^'S (,^sk^n&'z) pr.n.m. of 
a Japhetite, son of Gomer, 
and his race [Armenia; 



13^"J< 



31 



ntj'N 



according to the Kabbius: 

Germany]. 
nSp'^ ($§k5'r) m barter, 

ware; gift, tribute. 
^^S (?'sgl) m tamarisk, 

grove, wood. 
D^\S* (5ge'm) and D^i^'N* 

(ass/m) fut. D^'^], D^N.;: 

to be guilty, to trespass; 
to atone; to lie waste. — 
Ni. D^'^.J to suffer for, to 
be destroyed. — Hi. imp. 
C^^'Nn to punish, destroy. 

Dtf^iJ (5s5'm) 7n, w.s. ^^^'^„ 
pi ^D\p^'>^, fault, guilt, 
trespass ; trespass-offering. 

Dti^N^ (5se'm) adj. guilty, 
bound to atone. 

"DtrK ($smr) /, c. nt^^'^, 
pi. hlO*f X^, c. nlttt^'b' fault, 
trespass, guilt; idol, as 
worshipped sinfully; tres- 
pass-offering. 

']pti^>5 (pmU'ii) m, only pi. 
D^jD^'X, darkness, desolate 
place [others: fat, healthy]. 

nnDtrs,n'T3D:f'N(asrnvrr) 

and nib:f'X (^smp'reO-) /, c. 

nibtf^'x', " pi. nlTiDt^'x, 

night-watch [third part of 
the night]. 
np^tri< (esnrb) m, W.S. '^l^'i^, 
lattice, window. 



njC^X (^snf) pr.n. of two 
towns in Judah. 

*]J^ti^>^ (^s'a'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

^^^ (&ss5'f) »n, only pi. 
D''D^'X, enchanter, ma- 
gician. 

nBlTiS* (^§p5') /quiver. 

"?^>^^ {Un') /•, only pZ. 
DEt^^'X [which is also 
taken as a sing, m] dirt, 
dunghill. 

*^2)tJ>i< (?lsp%&'z) pr.n.w. 
[Persian]. 

"'i?^^ (gsp5'r) tn a measure 
for fluids, cup, portion. 

ngtrs (^spro-) /, only pi. 

ninitf'X, dunghill. 
*ippti^>^ (pkno'n) pr.n., one 
of the five Philistine 
cities, Askalon; 'Jl'^P'^fX 
the inhabitant. 

^W^ (5s?i'r) to walk 
straight. — Pi. 1,^'X to go, 
lead, direct the right way; 
to make happy, to pro- 
nounce happy. — Pu. "1,^'X 
to be made happy. 

'r^V (^se'r) pr.n.m. ; pr.n. 
of a town east of Shechem. 
HfJ^K (ase'r) particle de- 
noting relation, correspond- 



Iti'X 



32 



ing to our pron. rel. in 
all genders and numbers: 
who, which, that; also 
opening dependent sen- 
tences: that, how, because, 
when; D^''"lt^"i:^ where; 
Dt£'■D-lti'■■^<^vh'ence; i:r'X5 

IT • IV -: 5 I V -: — 

where, because,, since; 
nii^'ND as. in so far as; 
1l^'h?Jp from where, since. 

"It^S (g'bgr) w, only pi c 
''It^'X, happiness, bliss; 
tr>,^<^ X happiness of the 
man, i. e. happy is the 
man; ^''."l^^? hail to thee, 
happy art thou. 

"ItrS (p'sgr) in, w.s. nt^'X 
(osri'), happiness. 
-ItrjJ, nt^S see ^'\^)$, 

i5N"jt^^X (ag^r'ri), n^^T^"2!<, 

(as$r''fl5') pr.nm. 

nni^^^s, HT^s (ager5') /•, 

;iz! nll^^^'^i, Dnt^'J:^ aPhe- 
nician goddess of prosper- 
ity [sometimes identified 
with n'lFlti'y] ; image or 
pillar of the goddess. 
ti'^^? (ris.Vs) Hithpo. 

ti'"*L:\snn (hio-'ost'g) to show 

oneself strong, firm. 

rti\S see nr'iS 



^SHl^'S ($st«['o'l) pr.n. of a 
town in Dan ; ^«n«.'»7Xr)tp"^, 
^irpL^'S (gstp'n) pr.n.m. 

nfpnr^^X ($smp') ami 
yipr^ti^'i^ (^gt'mp'a') pr.n. of 
a town in Judah. 

pK, riS see nnx. 

ris* (^-0-) 7», iv.s. inx, p;. 

D'^nx and D^.riX, an agri- 
cultural tool : mattock, hoe 
or plough-share. 

ns^ (ca-_), ■ni< (^3-), tt;.5. 

^nX, "Tipx, D5ni< [properly 
9u existence, substance] 
particle denoting the de- 
termined accusative. 

^^^ m, 'm m prep., 

w.s. ''nx, DDrJx [also \nx, 

&c.], with, at, near; nx^ 
from, away from. 
pX see nix, and nxl 

"^y.^P^ (gO-b^"(Ll) pr.ri.m. 

[a king of Sidon]. 
!^.P?(5^r) [i<nN'];>/. !./>/. 
ijnx, im^. pZ. ^^nx, ^^ 
nnx^., nnxn [for nr.s;n], 
Nni.T.', nx:i [for nx;j]"' to 

come, to come to pass, to 
impend, to pass away; pt. 
pi. f nrnx future things, 
coming events. — Hi. ^J)"^. 

[for nnxri], pi. rnn [or 

imp. pl\ to bring. 



w ^n^ -iN*3 



nriiS (,ttta'), nN* m, r^N (att) 
/"., pi'on. pers. 2. sing, thou, 
thyself. 

VyiT}^ = iyj}^i see VT 

linK (a.Vn) /•, c. llnX^, 
/>Z. riiJriN., she-ass. 

"•riiS (^ttr) == r;ix thou [/]. 

p'^riS (attl'k) [also pinX] w, 
j?Z. D"'p.\7lS, portico, gallery. 

Qf?^ (atte'm) w, HJnX 
[ninX] (atte'na) and "]nX 
(^tte'n) /, pron. pers. 2. pZ. 
you, yourselves. 



^,V^ (e^5'm) ;;r.n. of an 
encamiiment on the border 
^ of the Arabian desert. 

(l^mp'l), ^^»0J< (g^mu'l) 
(fcfy. formerly, of old, 
yesterday. 

ni^K see Dnx. 

n^*?*^ (^^n?') / reward. 

V*?^ (^^nf) pr.n.m. 

reward, harlot's hire. 
Q^"^*?*^ ("^ari'm) pr.n. of a 
place in southern Palestine. 



^ the second letter of the 
alphabet, called n"'3 (beO-) 
= n^3. tent; as a numeral 
= 2 or 2000. 

^ (b«) prefix or inseparable 
prep.\ combined with the 
def. art. 5, 3, 5, ws. ""S, 
^1, ^?, ^2, '"^? &c., in, 
at, to, on, among, w^ith, 
towards; according to, by, 
because of. 

nK2 (bl'g;') / entrance. 

"^i!:^? (brU'r) Pi. "1X5, imp. 
■1N|1 to engrave, to ex- 
plain. 

Hebrew-English. 



c. 'niix5 [once nnx?], 

pit, w^ell. 

"IfS^ (b^'f'r) ^r.w. of several 
places. 

U^"^^ IKn (bS'e'r eli'm) 
^>r.w. of a place on the 
border of Moab [well of 
the heroes]. 

^::^"i ''P^ -is^ (b^'c'r nmy 

ro'i') pr.n. of a w^ell in the 
desert {prop, well of the 
living, i. e. God, looking 
upon me]. 



V2\^' IN? 



34 



nn 



Vltif^ nS2 (b''e'r s^'W) pr.n. 
of a well and place on the 
southern frontier of Pa- 
lestine [prop, well of the 
oath]. 

ISn see "lin. 

s-;s2, nns^ (b^'tr^j 

rilnS2 (b^'crp'O-) pr.n. of a 
• town in Benjamin; ge>it. 

b'nf y?l*ak5'n) pr.n. of an 
encampment in the desert. 
' jtSll (b''er;') pr.n.m. 

^^5 (^?^'^'^) t^ ^^ ^oul or 
loathsome, to stink. — Ni. 
ty'NiJ to make oneself 

I— : • 

stinking, 1. e. hated. — Ei. 

ty'^N?n, fut. ^''i<:^l to make 

stinking, loathsome, hated, 

defamed. — HUh. tTNt^nn 

to become odious. 
t^S2 (b^'o's) m, W.S. D}^'if,^ 

(by's5'm) stench, stink. 
ti^h^^ (b5'p's) 7n, only pi. 

W^i^^ unripe, useless 

grapes. 

nrf'sn (by-sr) /■ foui plant, 

weed. 

n?? (b5br) /, c. r22, apple 
[of the eye], pupil. 



,?? (bfb^'y) pr.n.m. 

^^^ (bfbg'l) pr.n.f., tv. loc. 
n n^n^, Babylon; Baby- 
lonia including Persia 
[prop, gate of God]. 

'^^ (b%) «i food [or booty]. 

to act secretly, to deceive, 
cheat, betray, forsake, fall 
off; pt. pi. On^lh the re- 
creant, impious. 
"1^2; (bg'^gd) m, w.s. ''*.?3 
[without dagesh],;)Z. C^^?, 
once nn^?, c njl?, cover- 
ing, garment, dress, robe, 
cloth; concealment, malig- 
nity, robbeiy, 

nl"!^! (boVdo'O-) flpl. faith- 
lessness, treachery. 

1u2 (bjgp'd) arfj., only f 
nii^S, faithless, treacher- 
ous. 

"•I^!!! (bl^v§,'y) pr.n.m. [Per- 
sian]. 

b^^^ see ^."^4. 

Sn^2 (blgO-ftO pr.n.m. [Per- 
sian]; also injl?. 

"T?* (biiid) [from 1^2] 77J, 
pi. D^^S, c. \\i3, separa- 
tion, separable part ["f,5? *^5 
part by part, at equal 
parts]; pi. parts of the 



12 



bn2 



body, limbs; parts of a 

tree, branches, poles, bars; 

12^* adv. separately, apart, 

besides, except, alone ; 

''1757 I alone, by myself. 
12^ (hU) m, pi. D^m5, 

white linen, linen clothes. 
15* (bU) m, only;??. □"'^5, 

idle talk, prattle; prater, 

braggart, liar. 
812 (bad?') pt. w.S. CXnS 

for Q?$1^, to invent [in 
an evil sense], to lie. 

"112 (bfd^L'd) pt. n"ll3 to be 
separated, to be lonely, 
solitarv^ 

11^ (bfdi'd) m separation; 
adv. [also 1^^*?] sepa- 
rately, alone. 
I 2^ (b^d§,'d) pr.n.m. 

^12 see n. 

•^T 1,?' (bed'^y?') pr.n.m. 

b">'12 (b'dl'l) m, pi. D\'?n?, 
lead-alloy [mixed with 
silver], tin. 

^yi (b5d?L'l) Ni. 7'n^^, fut. 

7l3^, to separate oneself, 
to be separated or selected. 

— El $^^^n, fut. b'j]:^!, 

^".51L, pt. ^''Ti^'^, to sever, 
separate, divide, discern, 
select, distinguish, shut 
out. 



t'l^ (biidf'l) m, only c. 715, 
part, flap [of the ear]. 

r\21^ (bMp'lae^) m bdellium, 
an aromatic resin [accord- 
ing to the Eabbins : pearls]. 

j j3r (b°dg;'n) pr.n.m. [for 
ra, Vir^ - l^^^y, or 
•jT-j^ = llti^'^^^"]. 

pl2, (b?[drk) inf. p'i'^,^, to 
repair, rebuild. 

pljl (b^'dek) m, i.p. p*3, 
tt'-5. '^iJ?.15, I'ent, cleft, gap 
dilapidation. 

"1|P"I3, (bidk^r) pr.n.m. 

^nS (bo'hu) «i [always pre^ 
ceded by ^HH], emptiness 
chaos. 

^15 (b^'hat) m a marble 
like stone, alabaster. 

T'nS (bg^hl'r) acZ/. shining 
bright. 

^nS (b^h^i) M. ^n?;, fut 
7113";, to be terrified 
frightened, perplexed; to 
be quick, overhasty; to 
flee; pt. f H^H?^ sudden 
destruction. — PL 7n3, inf 
bn^, fut. br\2] to frighten, 
confound, perplex; to ac- 
celerate, to do in haste. 
— Pu. v'HS to be hastened, 
pt. t'nhp gotten in haste. 
3* 



n^?,3 



3G 



b^. 



n 



~Bi. '?'n:;n, /»<. T^n?: to 

frighten, to scare away. 

n^n5(brh5l?')/,P^- ^"1^:^.5, 
friglit, terror, sudden de- 
struction. 

nlon^j * c' niDqn' beast, 

brute, mammal, tame or 
wild animal. 
n^iDnS (b^hcmp'-9-) VI [used 
as a sing.], c. riltpHB hip- 
popotamus, Nile-horse. 

^712 (bo'hgn) /; pz. niJri? 

[from lln?] thumb, big toe. 
jU^ (bp'h^n) pr.n.vi.; j^vjt. 
of a place in Benjamin. 

pn? (bp'hCik) VI a whitish 
breaking-out on the skin. 

^in? (b^h^'rgO-) /, pi. 
nlins, white spot on the 
skin. 

nrjt^ns = -"ii^Dtrn?, see 

nr^^' Ho. 

NIS (bp) p/. and ft. N3 
W.pl. also ^n for 1JN3], 
inf. i<l3_, Nn, im;,. NU 
[S3], \S-1, 1N3, /W. Sh^, 
KlZl^, IZl^, to go in, step 
in, to enter, to turn in, to 
alight, to set [of the sun]; 
to come, arrive; Jj^^b "7^2 



\inf. it;.s.] till thy coming, 
till one comes; to come to 
pass; to go, to travel. — 

Hi. ^<^nn, r^nn, w.s. 

^JnN^n«"^, inf. N5n and 

s'^nn^ imp. iSnn aMN^^n, 
\S\3n and ^2n, /u^ N^p;, 
Nn;i, 2>«. i<'.;iP to cause, 
to come in, to lead in, to 
bring in, to put in; to 
lead; to offer, to bring on. 
— Ho. i^.^*'"^? ^- ^^^9- f 

ns^n.";!, pt. snio to be led 
in, to be brought, to be 
put in. 
T*l2 (bciz) pf. and pi. 13 
[15], fid. "tu; to despise, 
disdain, treat with con- 
tempt. 

Tia (buz) in contempt, 
scorn, derision. 

nj (byz) pr.n.vi., an Ara- 
bian tribe; gent. ^J.13 [also 
pr.n.ml]. 

ni12 (byzri') / object of 
contempt. 

*|j[^ (b$vv5,'y) j>r.«.7n. [peril. 
Persian]. 

T]^2 (buc^) M-. Tjinj, ;><. r,hJ, 

pl. D"'P?^, to be confused, 
bewildered, to go astray. 

A2^ (bul) m produce, fruit; 
branch, bouah. 



^13 37 

T>']'2^ (bcil) in eiglith month 
of the ohl Hebrew year 
[November to December]. 

*]"1^ see V3. 
IT (buna') pr.n.m. 
Ji^ (bunni') pr.n.m. 

D*Q (bvB) fut. on;, ;>«. 2^^. 

D^pn [for D^DB] to tread 
down, to crush. — Pit. 
CDi3 to tread down, 
trample on, profane. — 
Ho. pt. D^ID to be crushed 
under foot. — Hith. pt. f 
nDpur;ir.? to be trodden 
down, to be abandoned to 
kicks. 

yi^ (bfiB) m byssus, a 
fine white cotton or linen 
texture. 

y^^lS (bpBe'B) pr.w. of a rock. 

np^ll (byka) / devastation, 
desolation. 

"1JP_"12 (bpke'r) m herdsman, 
shepherd. 

112 (bpr) m, pi. niib pit, 
hole; cistern, well; dun- 
geon, grave. 

tril (bos) pf. tJ'n, ti^n, inf. 
and imp. C'l3, ^'3, fut. 
C'n.^, ir^'lnx to be or feel 
ashamed, to be confounded, 
to be disappointed; ^'IH 1!; 
till they were disappointed 



I- r 

in waiting. — PH. ^'VJ\2, 
to make ashamed, to dis- 
appoint expectation, to 
keep waiting. — Hi.'^^'lT}^ 

l.sing. mT\\*2:^'yr[__ (hoi,i5p'-9-y), 
fut. L^^'^Z;, pt.' tJ^'^ZJp to 
confound, deceive, disap- 
point; to act shamefully; 
intr. to be ashamed, dis- 
appointed. — Hith. 'uyj^^nriM 
to be ashamed. 

ntj>^2 (busa) / shame, dis- 
grace. 

Ta (baz) m, w.s. nT? (bizza'h), 
booty, prey. 

^^5 (baza') to cut through, 
flow through. 

nn (b5z5') fut. ni:^:, ip;j^ 

pt. n]3, p?. rt/.5. ^l_Z, pt. p. 
^in to despise; intr. to be 
contemptible. — A7. p<. 
ni^J to be despised. — Hi. 
inf. riil^n to make con- 
temptible. 

nn (bazo') ad}.., only c. HI? 
despised. 

n'l^ (bizz5') / booty, prey, 
spoil. 

TH (baza'z) m/. U, fut. "ih;, 

^f. 11.13, p«. p. lilD, to 
plunder, spoil, rob, get as 
booty. — M. lilJ, iuf ITZ", 



n^ ^ 

fut. "113^ to be plundered. 
-— Pu. TI? to be robbed. 

*)"i^J2 (bIzz5yB'n) m contempt. 

n^Tll^t^ (bizyp'^'y^') pr.n. 
of a place in Judah. 

pjn (baz^'k) m lightning. 

ptl (h^'z^k) jyr.n. of a town 
in northern Palestine. 

in (b$z,Vr) fut. ^']T. and 
Pi. T2 to scatter. 

Sjnn (blzO-fO pr.n.m. [Per- 
sian]. 

*|1n2 (bad)tyn) m [adj.] trier 
of metals. 

*|'in2. (btie^u'n) m, p?. w.s. 
VJinj5, watch-tower. 

"l^ni [for liH^] (ba^a'r) 

youth, young man, adult 
fit to bear arms, young 
warrior. 
D^yi^ntil (b^^url'm) mlpl. and 

nlnini (b^c^urp'a-) f/pi. age 

of youth, 
chosen, elect., 

IP? (b5^i]l'n) ii»/?. ini, fut. 
]'n2) to try, prove, test, 
examine, purify. — Ni. 
IpZlJ to be tried. — Pu. 
"inb the test is made. 



IP? (b^'d^$n) m watch-tower. 

"in-? (bp'd^^n) m trial, proof 
[see also ]r\^ Pu-]', 
]'n'2 *]5,^^ tried stone, head- 
stone, corner-stone. 

"Ip^ (bje^^'r) imp. in?, /wf. 
in^^ p^ p. liHS, pZ. c. 
■"Iin? to prove, try, choose, 
select, distinguish, prefer, 
like, love. — i\i. "Ip^J to 
be chosen, preferred, to be 
pleasing. — Pu. Ip^ to be 
chosen. 

Dnra see Dn-n?. 

□^"ini (bj^yrl'm) pr.n. of 
a town between Jerusalem 
and Jericho; gent. ''piiriS, 

Stjn (b^rO Pi. N,i^:?, /««. 
i<p2] to talk idly. 

nt^l (b5ti'c^) mp. nt:5, ^^ 
nt:?^ pt. ni?ii, /'nnpn, 

pf. p. nitps, to attach one- 
self, to trust, to confide 
in [5, W, ^5^]; to feel 
secure, to be careless. — 

Hi. n^p?n, fut. ni:?:. pt. 

n''P5^ to make secure 
and fearless, to inspire 
with confidence. 

ntD2* (h^'U^) m, i.p. HD^ 
security, safety, confidence ; 



ntD3 



n^n 



n*tPj5!7 and np3 adv. se- 
curely, carelessly. 
ntpH^ (h^'XU)) pr.n. of an 
Aramsean town. 

nntp:a (bitt^5') /■ and TinL^n 

(bittfE^o'n) m confidence, 
hope. 

mntpi (b$«u^p'^) flpl se- 
curity [see also rilPltp]. 

'T't^l (b^it^'i) to cease, to rest. 

ijpill, belly, womb, the in- 
most part, bottom of the 
heart; belly-shaped pro- 
tuberance on pillars. 

rijpl (bQtnr) w, only pi 
D^JPZI (bQtni'm) pistacia-nut. 

D*'_^tD2 (b^tpnl'm) pr.n. of a 

town in Gad. 
*i'3, (bl) particle of entreaty : 

I pray; ^p^ ^5 pray, my 

Lord! 

*l^:a [])2] (bin) imp. V3, /-^^ 
1''2^, p^'^1 to discern, per- 
ceive, observe, pay atten- 
tion, understand, know. — 
Ni. lin:, 1. sing. ^nlJ?^, 
pt. ]'\^^ to be intelligent, 
knowing. — PH. ^.13 to 
heed.— Z^i. V;?^, inf.]'2r\^ 

inn, mp. inn, irnn p:^,? 

or Q.], M. V.n;, p.;i [or 



Q.], p«. 'j''2I? to make in- 
telligent; to make under- 
stood; to instruct, teach; 
like Q. to perceive, mark, 
understand, know. — Hith. 
pisnn to perceive, mark, 
to attend to; to be sen- 
sible. 

j;!2 (b§,'yin) m [st. abs. not 
used], c.V?(b?n),<iH.D.V.'5, 

pi n1:^5, w.s. V.'5, °n-^^'5, 

^jnir?, interstice, space 
between; D?p."'5 ^""^ me- 
diator, champion; c. ^^ 
adv. between, among; *|"'3^ 
from between. 

n^l^ (bin?') /•, c. n:^n, pZ. 
niril, understanding, in- 
sight, prudence. 

n^^^ (beB5') /•, only pi 
D^;i^5, egg. 

^^5 iU'ylr) = IN?. 

n^^!Il (bir?') /castle, citadel, 
fortress; palace, temple; 
chief city. 

n'^DT^ (bl'rinl'O-) /, only 
pi nrJTS, castle, fortress. 

^^^ (b*'yi^) m, t>. n^n, c. 
n^5, tt/. Zoc. n nn)n and 
nn^|n, ^jz. D\nn (bati'm or 

blttl'm), c "'P? (bfte') tent, 
hut, house, mansion; pa- 
lace, temple; dwelling- 



n>3 



io 



^.T-? 



place; receptacle, place 
where things are found; 
interior [opp. ^^H]; nri)3 
towards the inside, within; 
n^'SP from within; — 
family, household, race, 
descendants. 

ri^2 ill compound proper 
names of places: "jl^^ '3 in 
Benjamin; hi^'n'n, ^Sn^5 
on the border of Benjamin 
and Ephraim; V'V9 ^^^?-^- 
in Reuben; ^^^']rl'-l in Si- 
meon; ni2 '2 [perh. for 
niDV. '5] phice of passage, 
ford on the Jordan; "1^4 '3 
in Jiidah; "P'l^O^ '3 in Moab; 
"juM '3 in J ml ah and in 
Asher; ^'9^':" '2 in Moab 
[Reuben];' 0^1,^^ '2 in 
Jiulah; pn'l'P'j '3 near 
Jerusalem; n'!3!'ipr[ '3 in 
Simeon; IJ^' - in Judah 
orDan; V'"]n'3 in Ephraim; 
ID '3 near Mizpah; Qn*?/3 
in Judah, Bethlehem, 

gent, ""pn^n n^3; sn^'p'3 

citadel of Shcchem [see 
Xi^P]; 'pvr2'2 at the foot 
of Hermon; py '3 on 
mount Lebanon; niJy '3 in 
Judah; nJ>* '3 in Naphtali ; 
^'V'^l} ^^2% '^ bftween 
Jezreei and Samaria; 



"liy? '3 in Moab; "I^IJ '3 
in the mountains of Judah ; 
]i<*^' '3, ]'2f '2 in Manasseh, 
in the valley of the Jordan, 
afterwards Scythopolis; 
tJ^'Di^' '3 on the border of 
Judah and Dan, gent. 
ypt^'n-n^3, also in 
Naphtali and in Issachar 
[see lis]; mCH '3 in 
Judah. 

1^11 {h\H'n) m, c. |n^3 
house, palace. 

^^^ (him') m, pi. D^S??, 



tree [others: mulberry- 
tree]; ND3n p^y [for 
ri33] valley of weeping. 

HDl (b5c^r) inf. 133, nb3, 

niD^, fut. n5?% "3^1, pt. 

pi. Dp3 to weep, to shed 
tears. — Pi. pt. f n^3p to 
bewail. 

•^7,5 (b^'^§) »« weeping. 
"T1D:1, "1^2 (b'c^p'r) ad). 

first-born [of men and 

beasts], eldest son. 
11^11 (bikkv'r) w, only pi. 

Dni^3, Dnp3, c. ni23 

first-fruits, firstlings, early 
grapes or com. 

nn^^n (bikkur^), n";ii:j3 

(b^kkyr^') / early fig. 



miDn 



41 



nn lD2i (b^d^pr§,'-9') pr.n.m. 
niD^ (b^c^u'-a-) f weeping-. 
^p2 (b^c^r) )H, i.p. ''pB, ^v.s. 

">^2^ weeping, lamentation; 

dripping [of water in a 

mine] . 
D''p2 (boc^i'm) jrr.n. of a 

place near Gilgal. 
I'lpj {hml'r) adj., only / 
n7^?5, first-born. 

n^ps (b^c^ro-) / = ^??. 

young male camel. 

"1?J^ (be'c^er); n?n (boc^^rQ') ; 

''TD21 (bidfirl') pr.n.m. 
riTD!!! (bid^rg;') /■ young 

female camel. 

nnbn, nniDi (b^c^orr) /•, 

pi nllD?, " first -birth, 

primogeniture. 
^5 (bai) particle of nega- 
tion: not, not yet, hardly, 

that not. 
^2 (bel) m Belus, the highest 

god of the Babylonians 

[from bv^ Lord]. 
I*^^?? (barad^'n) pr.n.m., a 

Babylonian king. 

n;^;rKb2 see 1.^n;^>3. 
pt. ^y^^ to cause to flash 



up, to spread; intr. to 
burst forth in splendour. 

prn.m. 

']jr^ (bild^'d) pr.n.m. 

n'r?^ to be worn out, 
wasted, rotten; to decay. 

— n. n^3, inf. ni^n, fut. 

'"^,^5) to consume, wear 
out, use, waste. 

rh;i (nw) adj., f n^n, 

pi D7|l, n1^3 old, worn 
out, consumed. 
n^^ (b5l9,'h) Pi j;«. pi. m 
D ^n 7 3 p to terrify, frighten . 

T\TfTi (b<maha')/'.pZ.riin-'5, 

c. nlrij^Z, fright, sudden 
terror, death. 
nnpl (bilh?') pr.n.f. 



(bilhgi'n) pr.n.m,. 

U^^h^ \n'pb^\ (b^loyi'm) 
mlpi, only c. )t>^, ""Nl^? 
rags, worn out clothes. 

-l^K^^tD^l (beltsaBB^r) 
pr.n.m. [Chaldean surname 
of Daniel]. 

r ? (^'^i') "* annihilation, 
perdition , nothingness ; 
used as a particle of ne- 
gation: no, not, without, 



b^b^ 



un^; ^,'75'? without; ^,'??P 
because "not; ^.'p? "I^ till 
not; ''b^ bv. because not 

7^3, (b'^li'l) on farrago, 

mixed fodder. 
n^^^n (h'nlmii) f [from "h^ 

and T\6\ nothing. 

^y.^r'? (b^ibT.^"$0 "i worth- 
lessness, good-for-nothing- 
ness, wickedness ; perdi- 
tion; wicked man; de- 
stroyer. 

772 (b5i«i'i) fut. b'2^\ (va>T5'- 
boO, i.7>z. r^^), [for y^j, 
nV;:], p«. p." ''p^^n, to 

flow, to be moistened; tr. 
to pour over, to mix, to 
confound; to give fodder 
^'')^'$\. — Hith. fut. bb\'2,'7;\\ 
to mix oneself. 

UTI (b^l^'ra) inf. Dl^5 to 
bind, bridle, check. 

pr*? (bfl^'fi) p«. D^in to 
cultivate sycamore-figs by 
nipping. 

V.^5 (brii^'O M. V,^^^ to 
swallow, devour, eat up. — 
A'i. V^^nJ to be destroyed 
or overcome. — Pi. y,^5, 

imp. y.h, /•««. y,^n; to 

swallow up, devour; to 
destroy; V.t^r like a swal- 
lowing, i. e. for a moment. 



42 ^Pr? 

. V,^?. M- V,^?l and 
/■»<• VzSH' to be de- 



V^2, 



Ilith 
stroyed. 

y^2* (b$'U\') wi, t.p. 
t^.s. ""^Vr? something swal- 
lowed; a swallowing, de- 
struction. 

V^'^. (b^.'l^') pr.n.m.. patron. 



1^ i =• > 


pr.n. 


of a 


town, 


afterwards 


called 


Zoar 


D>m 








IV^^ 


(b^ll'^'d), 


-?V9 


(bIl%Vd) 


only 


pi. c. 


7.v,'r?, 



without, except; ''ilVf^P 
apart from me, without 
my being concerned, be- 
sides me. 

u^7!II (bll's'in) pr.n.m. ; pr.n: 
of a town in Manasseh. 

R^? (baUVk) ^^ p,^i3 to 
destroy, to waste. — Pn. pt. 
p^^np to be laid waste. 

p72 (b5l5'lc) pr.n.m. [king 
of the Moabites]. 

**ri7!Il [c. of a not used 
n^3] (blur) acZi'. not;pr«p. 
without, besides, except ; 
conj. besides that, unless. 
— ''p*^?^ with inf not to, 
so that" not,; ^p^?P be- 
cause not; ''n^5"'^y till not. 



nD3 



43 



^n 



c. n1^3 and ''H'i^S, w.s. 
■'piDS, height, hill, eleva- 
tion; stronghold; height 
destined for unla^^ul wor- 
ship; grave-mound, torah- 
hill. 

^null (bimh9.'l) pr.n.m. 

rilUJ- (bamo''9-) fjpl., pr.n. 
of a place in Mo ah [iden- 
tical with bV2 nitp2]. 

>J5, w.s. V.| *^^?, ^;?. 
Ui?, pi 0^3, c. "^:?, son. 
child, hoy, young one 
[Dnx ;;.5 used as p?. of 
D^K, children of man. 
mankind] ; grandson, grand- 
child, descendant; pupil; 
suhject, disciple, favourite. 
— p with following suhst. 
noun supplies the place of 
adjectives: n\:^' tr'!pn ]^ 
five years old; ]^\2f 15 
fat, stout. 

1^ (ben) pr.n.m. 

'ip'iS"*]^ [= Vp;:|2] (ben-oar ); 
Sin-j^ (bgn-'hada'd); "p^p-j^ 
(ben-^^'yil); pn-p (ben- 
^anfn); l^^'l^ [VP^^n] 
(bgn - ygmi'ii) , patron. 

\r»^T|3: pr.n.m. 



n::a (bg[nf') in/, nj^, niJ5, 
/w^. nn:, inn, pt. mii, ^^ 
j9. •'^n^ /. n;u5, to build, 

form, develop, erect; to 
cover with buildings; to 
repair, to rebuild; to edify 
[to make prosperous]. — A7. 

n;5J, inf. ninn, fut. njs: 

to he built, restored; to 
get issue. 

I^ja = ^JXn, see Nl3. 

^^yi (binnu'y); ^J3 (b5nl'); 

''^3 (bunni') pr.n.m. 
p^^"*'p.2' (b^nf'-b^ra'k) pr.n. 

of a place in Dan. 

rViyi (b^nay?'), ^n^^? (l''^?- 

y5'hu) pr.n.m. 
n^i^^ (biny5') / building. 
|^2l!!l (binyf'n) m building. 
1J*JI1 (b^ni'nv) pr.n.m. 

S^:i or .Ti;:^2 (bin'r); 
nnlD5 (b^CB'd^yr); ^D5 
(bcB§,'y) pr.n. VI. 

ID'I (be'figr) and lOb 
(bp'B^r) m, coll unripe 
grapes. 

'^^ (b^"ad) in, c. "T^n, t^-S- 

'^yn, flT^^' interval, 
distance; j^rgj?. behind, 
after, through, around, 
among; in favour of, for. 

"ry? see niy. 



••^.v? 



44 



ri^ 



nyi (br$') imp. v^^, fid. 

ny?1 to make bubble up, 

to boil; to desire, covet, 

demand, ask. — Ni. HV^J, 

pt. ny?J to swell [to a 

bulge], to project; to be 
searched. 
I : (^''9'r) pr.n.m. 

D^'n^yi (bi"M^rm) mjpl 
terror, anguish. 

f"!^ (bp"$z) pr.n.m.; name 
of a bronze pillar in front 
of the temple. 

t^V^ (brci't) fut. t:,y;i:, to 

tread down, to kick, jerk. 
**f^? (b^T) in prayer. 
"l^j;^ (bS'i'r) w co^^ cattle. 

^,yb, p«. p. / n^iy^ to be 

master, to rule, ^ possess, 
marry. — Ni. fut. "rV^n to 
be married, to be taken to 
wife. 

W.S. ^,'?y3, p^. D^^V^, c. 
y.V^, master, lord, pos- 
sessor, owner, husband, 
citizen, burgess, inhabi- 
tant; aspr.n.m.the supreme 
Syro-Phenician deity [pi. 
the different appearances 
of the god]; nn? ^^3 



Baal of the Covenant, 
nn] '1 B. of the Flies 
[keeping off vermin], 
1iV?':3 B. of Denudation. 
— In pr.n. of places: 

ntr'^'ptf'^n, &c. 

mistress, owner; pr.n. of 
some places. 

nlby^ (b='5lp'0-) //;.?., pr.n. 

of a town in Judah. 

^:??^?(b^'^iy5drO;n;^y3 
(b^'^iyr); D\^y3 (bin'-airfij 

pr.n.m. 

n^^5 (bi^'ftla'O-) pr.n. of a 
town in Dan. 

]V^ pr.n. = liyp. 

N^yn, HOT (b^'anr) 
pr.Ji.ju. 

^^V (br&'r) /•««. iy?>, p^ 

<r. to burn; t?/«r. to burn, to 
be on fire, to be consumed 
by fire. — Pi. lyn, fut. 
*l,y5;, to kindle, bum, con- 
sume, destroy. — Pu. pt. 
TpO to be kindled.— //t. 

l^,vin, fut. t;?:i, pt. 

17?^, to kindle, bum, 
consume, destroy. 



nv3 



45 



^.1^3 



lyb, to be stupid, brutish. 
— Ni. pt. iy?J to become 
stupid or bad. 

^y^ (^*"^^i") '» stupidity; 
adj. stupid, brutish. 

SnyS (b^'arli') pr.n.f. 
nny2, (b^'???') / fire, burn- 
ing. 
Nti;^y2 (b§.'s5') pr.nm. 

nirit^ys (b^'gst'Tr) pr.n. 

of a town in Manasseh. 

riys (b5'«L'^) Ni. ny?;! to 

be frightened. — Pt. Ht??, 

/««. nVn;, ;;«. / rt;.s. ^HV^P 

[nnv.bp]" to overtake, 
frighten, strike with fear. 
nriyil (b^'a^a') / terror. 

y^ (bpB) m mud, mire. 
njil (biBBa') /, i^?. IV. s. 

rnN'iin [for vni^j3], 

swamp. 

I^^l (b^Bu'r) adj., /nilli?, 

cut off, steep, inaccessible, 

impregnable. 
"1^^2, (b'By'r) w, perh. -= 

"1^5 [or from "1*12]. 

)*^ (beB^'y) pr.n.m. 
"ll-iin (baBI'r) m, c "IV^?, 

cutting of grapes, vintage. 
"P'^l (b^'Bgl) m, only pi. 

Dv^^, onion. 



(b^B^iYi); ni^^3 

(bCiBlu'o)-) pr.n.m. 
y^5 (baBi^'O in/, yifl, fut. 
v;h), pt. V*i'2, to cut off, 
to break; to get un- 
righteous gain, to over- 
reach. — Pi. fut. V]i^] to 
cut off, rob; to complete, 
finish. 

y^s (be'Br) m, w.s. iv'^?, 

curtailment, unjust gain, 
profit, lucre, covetousness. 

pj^2^ (baBe'k) to swell up. 

P^'2^ (bfBe'k) m, w.s. Ipji.?, 

dough. 
T\'p^^ (bQBkaO-) pr.n. of a 

town in the plain of Judah. 

"1^5 (baB^r) fut. "l'^?:, to 

cut off; to gather grapes 
[pt. 112l3 vintager]; to 
diminish, shorten; see also 
11123. — Ni. fut. 1122^ to 
be cut off, prohibited. — 
Pi. inf. 1,^5 to make steep, 
to fortify. 
n"^2* (be'Bgr) and 1^? 
(b^'Brr) ju, pi. Q^l^?, ore 
of gold and silver. 

"1^2* (bg'Ber) fr.n. of a 
town in Reuben. 

niiin* (bgBi-r) / fold, 

fence. 



•11^? 



46 



f^li?? 



riT.'^lS* (byBr?') pr.n. of the 

chief town of the Edomites 

[Bostra]. 
r\y£2 (biiBBru'5') and n"l'lf5 

(b,iBBo-'rgO-) /, pi. niTiS, 

deficiency, want, lack of 

rain, drought. 
^in^? (blBBsrp'n) m fortress, 

stronghold. 
pSfp^, p^?i^? (b^kbu'lc) ni 

bottle. 

npnp? (b,^kbyky5'); "1|?-5I?5 
(b^kbakk^^'r); "•[T;^ (bukkr); 
^iT|?]!l (bilkklyy^'hu) pr.n.m. 

?^i?? (b^krr) «t, only pi. 
D^V^p?, c. •'V;!??, cleft, 
rent, breach. 

yjP^, to cleave, sever, burst 
open; to invade; to split 
in brooding. — Ni. Vp.5^, 
fut. V^-^^i to be cloven, 
torn, broken, opened; to 
burst forth; to be hatched 
[break the shell]; to be 
taken by storm. -^ Pi. 

V.'^.^i^.pl.-^Vlr^lfut.Vl'^] 

to cleave, split, rend, open, 
hatch. — Pu. pt. Vjp^np 
to be rent, to be stormed. 
— Hi. inf. V'l^.'^ri, fut. pi 
nJ);i^p?J, to open [a town, 
to storm]; to break thruugh. 



to force one's way. — JJith. 
yj^^On to be cleft, rent. 

Vp^ (brkr) m half, half- 
shekel. 

r\V^^ (bik'r) f pi. nivi??, 

fissure, wide valley, plain. 

ppn (bFk^'k) pt. pp.is, to 

empty, unpeople, deprive; 
to grow luxuriantly.— A^i 
p2l inf pl2n, fut. P^] 
to be emptied out, to be 
poured out. — Po. pp."i3 
to depopulate. 

"Ip5 (b^kil'r) Pi. Ip3, inf 
"1p.5, fi(t. "Ip.?] to examine, 
to look after, to consider 
w^ith pleasure; to judge, 
punish. 

"^p^" (^It^'r) wi [and /]. c. 
"lp.5, pi. [rare] D^p?, coll. 
plough - cattle , horned 
cattle, oxen, cows; IJ^S "j? 
calf, heifer. 

npl see ipi3. 

"Ipi (bo'kgr) m, pi. Dnp?, 

morning, morning - tinu'. 

dawn; the next morning; 

adv. to-morrow, early, soon. 
nnpl (bi:ikk5r«i') / care, 

superintendence. 

n"]p2 (bikkp'r?9-) /judicial 
inciuiry, punishment. 



tt^pn 



47 



ninn 



irj^^S (bikrs) Pi. ti^'P, /«<• 
t^■|^5^ p^ ^Ir-5'? ^0 seek, 
to search for, to investi- 
gate; to aim at; to require, 
demand, ask. — Pu. ^'j^?, 
flit. ti'iT?^ to be sought. 

nf^*|^!2 (b$kk5§5') /■ request. 
"12* (bCir) and 13 (b^r) m 

corn, grain; corniiekl. 
12,^ (b§r) ??i, iv.s. ''1?, son. 
12, (b?ir) adj.^ i.p. "1?, / 

niS, chosen, pure, clear. 

sincere; empty. 
^2* see "lis. 
"12^ [once 1i3] (bpr) m 

purity, innocence; salt of 

lye, alkali. 
^^^2 (b^r?') inf. N13, imp. 

Nl?, /u«. N15^ pt. N,13 

to create, form, make, 

produce. — Ni. J^l?'?, inf. 

Nllin to be created, to be 

made. — Pi. N13 to cut. 

cut down; to engrave, 

carve. 
iSn2^(b5rr) Ei.infK'''^^r2 

to fatten. 

Tin><n2 see Tjlip. 
'',^**^ j2 (b«rfy5') pr.n.m. 
12^2 (b^rbv'r) m, only pi 

Dn?-!5, fat bird, fowl 

[capon or goose]. 



1^2 (b^r^Vd) to hail. 

1^2 (bfra'd) m hail, hail- 
stone. 
1^2 (hQ.To a) adj., pi. D^'i:^^ 
spotted, pied. 

" J^ (bg'r^d) pr.n. of a place 
in the desert of Shur. 

''"2 (b5r5') imp. pi. H?, 
to decide, choose, select. 

nn2^ (b^rr) fut. n^5^ to 

eat, to feed. — Pi inf 
nils to eat. — Hi. inf 

ni"]5n, fut. ni?^ to give 

to eat. 

M I T ( b5ru'<ii ) 'pr.n.m. 
[blessed]. ' 

D1"]2 (b^rp'm) m,pl. Q^P"i1|, 
party-coloured cloth, ' da- 
mask. 

ti^1"]2 (bWs) m, pi. □^ss'ni, 

cypress, pine; spear of 
cypress wood; musical 
instrument. 
n"i")2 (b^ro'^) = t^'"!"]!. 

ri^"j2 (b^rti'^) / food, nour- 
ishment. 

•^P '^J?^ (be'rpO-l') pr.n. of a 
town in Syria [perh. 
Berytus]. 

nin2 (birzo'^) or n:'T.i2- 

(birz§.'yid-) pr.n.f. 



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48 



nD"i2 



T'T"!^ (bgirzg'l) m iron, iron 
tool, fetter. 
,l! J^ (h^Tzlll^'y) pr.ii.vi. 

ni5, /««. ni?: to fiee, to 

run away, to escape; to 
go through. — Hi. H'^l^n, 

pt. nn^o to put to flight, 

to drive away; to make [a 
bolt] go through. 
nnn (b^rfae^) [nnS] adj., 
pi. D"'n''13, swift, fleeing, 
fugitive. 

a native of D"'iri3. 
7!" (I'Crr) pr.ii.m. 

nn* (b'Ti') adj., f nn? 

[,T15] see Nns. 
*i"in* see n. 

Nni (b^ri') adj., f nxn.? 
[nn? = nn?], pz. □\sn?, 

/ riixn?, fat, fattened, 

thick, stout. 
niS*)"]! (b^ri'^O / a thing 

created, a novelty. 
^^1? (biryi') / food. 

n^^s (b^ri'a^) w, see nin. 

c. ^nn?, bar, bolt. 

Q*""!^ (bfri'm) ;>r.n. of a 
place. 



nV")? (bMY) pr.n.m.\ 
patron. ''.Vl?. 

H'l'IS (b^ri'O-) / determina- 
tion, stipulation, covenant. 

n*""!! (bprl'O-) f salt of lye, 
vegetable alkali. 

"^n? (b?rrrf)) /««. T]15^ to 
bend the knee, to kneel 
down; to bless, praise; 
2)t. p. T]i"]2 blessed, praised. 

— Ni. "H?^ to be blessed. 

— Pi. -1.5, inf. ^13, fut. 
*i^?:' ;^«- *P.?? to bless, 
to praise; to pray to, to 
invoke, to ask a blessing; 
to greet; to curse. — Pu. 
Tjlb, pt. r^^2tp to be 
blessed, praised. — Hi. fut. 
*^.?-!l to make kneel down. 

— Hith. ^ISrin to be 
blessed, to bless oneself. 

^")5 (bg'r^d;) /, du. [denoting 
also p/.] D:,5.13, c. ^D"j3, 
""D"]?. knee, lap. 

' f!7p J^ (bn-Jiid^'e'l) pr.n.m. 

;>;. ni3-i5, c. nTD-j^, 

blessing, benediction, bene- 
fit, favour, peace; a happy 
or blessed man. 
' 'i^T^r* (b'r^c^^i') pr.n.m. 

!^.?"1.? (b'rfc^ri') /, c. nD"i-i, 

^^^ f^"i9*i?, pond, pool. 



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49 



h}^'^ 



n^^D"12 (b^rgc^ya') and 
inp"13. (bg'rgd^yic'hu) pr.7i.ni. 

^312 see ^''Ip^. 
Vjf^ (b^'r§,') pr.n.m. 

pT.2 (b5ri]L'k) inf. pil? to 
send forth lightning. 

p^2,* (b5r5'k) VI splendour, 
flash of lightning. 

pn2. (b^ir^'k) pr.n.m. 

DipnS (barkp'B) pr.n.m. 

^p"l5 (b^rka'n) m, only pi. 
CPJ^in thorns; threshing- 
sledge. 

npn^ (b^i-rkea-) and 
np.13 (b5r^-ka'^-) f a pre- 
cious stone, emerald. 

nn^J (b^rcar) fn/". "15, w.S. 
Dli^', i5«, p. Ills to se- 
parate, secrete, single out, 
choose; to cleanse, purify, 
polish; to prove. — Ai. 

13J, imp. nnn, fut 121 

pt. "12^, to keep oneself 
pure. — Fi. inf. "1^2 to 
purify. — Hi. inf. i.p. "I.^v', 
imp. "1,5(77 to clean, polish. 

— ^iJi. iisnn, fut. iinri: 
and inn^ i2>. inn: to 

purify oneself, to show 

oneself pure. 
y\U\^ (birsg,") pr.n.m. 
Hebrew-Encrlish. 



^P"l!!l (bc'ro9a'y) pr.n. of a 
city in Syria = nPllS 

nit^^2, (b^fio'r) 2>»'-^- of a 
brook near Gaza. 

nnit^^s see nnii'^. 

Dti^2, (b5B5'm) w balsam- 
shrub. 

Dt^^S (breem) and D*/n 
(bo'egra) m, pi D"'t?^5 
sweet scent , fragrance, 
balsam-scent; aromatic 
spice; also = D,^^. 

npt^*!2 (ba'B^ma'O-) pr.n.f 

1g'2 (baea'r) Pi. 1*^5, p«. 

nti'np, /• ni^'np to an- 
nounce, esp. to bring good 
news, to tell glad tidings. 
■ — Bith. "1^^*50^ to receive 
good tidings, to be told 
good news. 

ntf*2 (baBa'r) on, c. 1^*3, 
pi on ^5 flesh [of men 
and beasts], body, living 
creature; man, mankind; 
blood-relation ; skin, pu- 
denda. 

nnt^S (b^fipra') / glad tid- 
ings, message of good; 
reward for good news. 

Vt^!2 (bfssi'l) intr. to boil, 

seethe, ripen. — Pi. '^,^'5, 

fid. 7}^!2^. tr. to boil, cook, 

roast. — Pu. pL '^.tS^'^P to 

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be boiled.— M. ^^^H to 

make ripe. 
^W^ (b55ri) adj., f H^*^"?, 

boiled, cooked, 
^t^n, 'h^r^, "(p^irn see 

Q'J^? (blsl^'m) ^r.n.m. 
jf^2, (b^gg'n) j[>r.7i. of a 

fertile country on the 

eastern side of the Jordan. 

Bashan or Batansea. 
Ht^? (bgsn?') f shame. 
ntri (b9's$^) f, w.s. ''P^^'^ 

(bystr) shame, disgrace; a 

[scandalous] idol. 
^?* (b.aO-) [from nJS] /, 

daughter, grand-daughter, 
girl, maid, pupil; ]'\])i n3 
or nlJ? women of Jeru- 
salem. — nn with follow- 
ing subst. noun supplies 
the place of adjectives; 
with cities it denotes the 
villages and environs be- 
longing to them. 
^?* (bjO-) m, pi. D\n5, a 



measure for liquids, tenth 
part of alDn. 

"^f^? (b^O-r) and nrs (b$tt$') 
/, pi. mr^S, something cut 
off, precipice, cliff; end, 

^ ruin, desolation. 

^?!^''^? (b^a-Crt'l) pr.n.m. 

2>Z. niT'ir^. chaste maiden 
virgin, bride. 

D^t'-ini (b^'^CiU'ra) vi'pl, c. 
''^.'^P^, virginity, maiden- 
hood. 

Ht*?-^ (bI0-y5') pr.n.f. 
"^P? (bsO-^'r) Q, and A'; 

/■?<^ "l,i[^i^; to cut into pieces 

to divide. 

piece, portion; disruption, 
cleft. 

^''J^TJ^? (b^lO-r^bbl'm) j:>r.n. 
of a gate of Heshbon. 

I i:*^ (biOrp'n) VI ravine; 
pr.7i. of a defile on the 
eastern side of the Jordan. 

V^f?'"^? (b$^-5e'br) pr.n.f. 



^ the third letter of the | bv^'^, [= ^D^ camel]; as 
alphabet, called "PDil or ; a numeral = 3 or 3000. 



n:i 



51 



:i5 



^^ (g?) (idj. proud, haughty. 

HiS^ (g5'5') inf. nX^, /««. 
nx^^ to rise, grow up; to 
be high, eleyated, majestic. 

^^?. (gfa') /" pride, haugh- 
tiness. 

•^?5'll (gfe') f'i^i-, i>?- C\S^, 
high, exalted, proud, pre- 
sumptious. 

^|l?^^| (g'u'e'l) pr.n.m. 

I^,j>5^_ (ga'ava') /•, c. ris;,^ 

elevation, majesty, magni- 
ficence, pride, insolence. 

^ r *^l (g^'aii'm) mlpl. re- 
demption, release. 

j'\^^ (g^'o'n) in. c. "jl^^^, 
swelling, highness, excel- 
lence, majesty; splendour, 
glory, pride, haughtiness. 

TiiN^. (ge'u'S-) / = TiNi 

P^^,^ (gH'ayp'n) adj. proud. 
insolent. 

^^^!^^. (gr'ayp'^) /, only pi. 
valley [perh. for rilN^I^ 

-'l!^^* (grn) imp. ^x^, M. 
7X.5^ p«. b^% pi. D^^Ji^l^, 

p«. ;). 7^X^ to redeem, to 
ransom, release, deliver; 
to fulfil the duties of re- 
lationship, to marry the 
childless widow of an 



elder brother; /Nlil re- 
venger, kinsman-helper. — 
Ni. 'rX^J to be redeemed, 
to be brought back, to 
^ ransom oneself. 

-^•!^ (grra'l)^ Ni. pf. pi. 
t;^^ [for 1^^^;J or P«.], 
fut. 'rx^^, to be polluted, 
defiled, stained. — Pi. /Xil 
to defile, profane. — Pu. 
b^^, pt. 'PX^r^ to be pol- 
luted, profaned, to be re- 
jected as unclean. — Hi. 

pf.i.p.'nbi^^iii [for ^n^x^n], 

to soil, to make unclean. 
— Bith. fid. ^X:0? to de- 
file oneself. 

"^■^ (gp'al) m. only pi. 
"','?.X4 (ggoir), pollution, 
profanation. 

•^.T^l (g^'ulla') /redemption, 
release, repurchase, duty 
of relationship [as a "^Xl^, 
see '?X4']. 

^^ (g^V) m, ip' ^,4, ^v-s. ""S^, 
pi. D^3^ and nl3il, eleva- 
tion, top, back, hunch, 
hump, boss; arch, vault, 
brothel; rim of a wheel. 

^1 see nil 

^5 (get)) in, only pi. 0''^^, 
pit, water-hole, cistern; a 
cut piece of wood, board. 
4* 



n^ 



52 



b2^ 



^^* (gflO "*. only j>l. D^2^, 
locust. 

^^ (&?V) pr.«. of a place. 

D^^Z^ = D^n^j or D^n^v. 

^?;r. (g^'bg) w cistern, pool. 

lagoon, 
njl^ see 31 

•^51 (g5bri'h) m/- 5^^!, /■»«. 
ns,^^ to be liigb, elevated, 
exalted , high - minded, 
proud, haughty. — Hi. inf. 

ns^n, flit. n\3;i:, pt. ri^3,)t? 

to make high, to raise. 

'Tl^-J (gnbp'ah) adj., c. nn^ 
and nh^, / nni:^, ^>z! 
D^nh^, rilnh^, hfgh", tail, 

elevated; proud, haughty. 

^'^'i (gp'i\ih) JH, w.s. 1n?^ 
(gQbhp'), p?. c. \n:5j (gQi?he') 

height; highness, majesty, 
pride, insolence. 

1^1^!?^ (gribbu'^) / pride, 

haughtiness, 
r'llll and ^,3^ (g^by'l) m, 

pi D^l^nil,' extremity, 

border, edge, boundary, 

territory. 

n^^^^ (g'briin;) /•, mostly 

!>;. mj??^, ni^^n^', border, 

margin, territory. 

"113^, 12^ (glbbo'r) arf/. and 
«i strong, mighty, valiant, 



powerful, violent, rich; 
hero, warrior, leader; 
^^n '-l a warlike hero; 
tyrant. 

'^y*^^ (rburr) /, pi. ni-jn;} 

strength, power, force, 
valour, courage, victory, 
n,?-? (gibbt'ad)) m a bald- 
headed man [of the fore- 
head]. 

*"^G,?^ (gibbj'^jO-) /baldness! 
,^r (g^ibb^'y) pr.n.m. 
^^?^ (gti?rm) [cisterns or 
locusts; see 3^] pr.n. of a 
place. 

np;2f n:n^ (g^binr) /' 

hard curds, cheese. 

T^^ (g5bi'a') ,», c. y^pi], 

cup, bell of a flower. 
'**?•? (g'Vf'r) JH lord, master. 

^T?-) (g^>«'-5') /■, c. n-13^, 

iv.s. "^rcyz^^. mistress, queen. 
^'^?^ (g^bj's) m ice, hail, 
crystal. 

"^^^ (g5b?i'l) At«. ^3:3^ to 
confine, to draw a bound- 
ary; to border upon. — 
Hi. . ^3')n to bound, con- 

^ fine. 

• 5"? (g'l?^'0 pr.n. of a town 
in Phenicia [Byblos] ; ge)U. 

^>?^, pi. n^2;. 



^n^j 



53 



1-1 



-^J^^ (g'l?a'l) pr.n. of a 
mountainous country, south 
of the Dead Sea, belong- 
ing to the Edomites. 

t^n^ see bm. 

rh^^ (gaWu'^) [forni^?^] 

/ compactness, twisted 
work. 
^3-5 (gibbc'n) adj. gibbous, 
hunch-backed. 

n^2^ see nrn:|. 

p^Zl^ (gabno'n) adj., only 
pi. Wji2^, peaked moun- 
tains. 

^5^ (g$'t)?i') pr.n. of a town 
in Benjamin [confounded 
also with 'TJ2P and 

r nlV?^, height, hill. 
nyil^ (gib'5') pr.7i. of 

several towns in Benjamin 

and Judah; gent. ^CV?-^- 
*]1yn^ (gib'5'n) pr.n. of a 

town in Benjamin; gent. 

byi^ (gib'p'l) in cup, bell 
of flowers [or perh. cap- 
sule]. 

n^?T^ (gib'ii'^) pr.n. of a 
place. 



to be or become strong 
and mighty, to grow, 
swell, prevail, overcome. 
— Pi. 13^, flit. 12:] to 
make strong. — Hi. T'S^H, 
fut. I"*,?^^ to make strong, 
to exert strength. — Hith. 
fut. i.p. "13^0^ to show 
oneself strong, to prevail. 
"^?,^.* (ge'ber) m, i.p. 13^, 
c. 13^ and inij, 2)1 Q^^?^, 
man, valiant man, male 
person , boy , husband, 
warrior; every one [= 

'Tr.- (se'b^r) pr.n.m. 

'^^ (gibbg'r) 2?r.w. of a 

place. 

^*^^1^'^ (gabrPe'l) pr.n.m. 
[an archangel]. 

nnn^ see np;n-i. 

I I : • (glbb^'9-5'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Dan. 

'^1 (gag) m. c. ^^, tt'.5. iil^, 

w. loc. n n^^^, j)Z. ri'iiij, fiat 

roof, cover of an altar. 
*T^ (gad) in fortune, good 
luck; 1,4? fortunately. 
i^ (g5d) pr.n.m. ; ^^n/. H^. 
1^ (g^d) wi coriander. 



1:^'' 



(g*d) pr.n.m., Baby- 



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54 



b^>. 



Ionian j2:od of fortune [Baal 
or Jupiter]. 

^,^1^ (gidgri'fl) or li5"J^ 
(gydg^'d), lu. loc. n ni^'^r'. 
pr.n. of a place. 

*^^^ (g^d^d) fut. pi. nh; to 

cut; to break in, to fall 
upon. — Hkh. 11iill|in to 
make cuts; to collect in a 
crowd. 

•^ni (s*^^') fi only pi. c. 
nn^, bank of a river. 

"^1^4 (g^-dd?') / goddess of 
fortune, only in pr.n. 

IT— r : 

*in^ (rdvi'd) 7n, pi. Dnn*!. 

c. nHil , cut, furrow ; . col- 
lection of warriors, troop 
of soldiers , plunderers, 
scouring party, attack. 

nnn-? (g'dud*) /", only pi. 
niini), incision, cut in the 
skin. 

7"inj, 71^ (gfdo'l) adj., c. 

ni*]?'"!^, great, large, tall, 
high, mighty, old, elder; 
D^,*?"!;} the great, noble, 
proud; Hl'p'Ti] great things, 
great deeds. 

n?n^ (rdui^^'), ^h: ^.b^ 

(g'dylir) / greatness, ma- 
jesty; great deeds. 



^^*^? (giddu'f) m, only pi 
D"'pni! and Hisn^, scorn, 
reproach. 

IT : I I • 

^^,^ and ^"^ (g^idl', g^ddi') 
pr.n.m. 

V.7^, young goat, kid 
[mostly with following 

"^f!?^"]^ (g,Wdr?'l) pr.n.m. 

"^.n-? (g'<??y?') /*; only vi- c. 



nn^i 



mj. 



n^*T| (rdiyy?') /, only pZ. 
nHi], little goat, kid. 

"^^^1 (g^dl'i) m, only pZ. 
Q^n^ twisted threads, 
tassels; festoons. 

^^"71 (g5drs) m pile of 
corn, heap of sheaves; 
tomb-hill. 

^;i| (g5d^'0, ^|T.4 (g5d?'l) 

/it<. ^,'iI^^ p^ 7^^, to be or 
become great, to grow up ; 
to be mighty, rich, im- 
portant, precious. — Pi. 
b'^Pii ^,"il^; *"/"• >',"n^, to make 
great or strong, to bring 
up; to make distinguished, 
mighty, powerful; to praise, 
extol. — Pu. pt. 7|m^P to 
be brought up. — Hi. 



bi^^ 



55 



13 



b^'^l^ri, fid. ^^^^:, the same 
as Pi; to do great, proud 
thing-s. — mih. ^^^jy to 
show oneself great or 
proud. 

^'^\ (gjdc'l) adj., pi. c. "h.^}, 
becoming great, growing 
strong. 

H^ see 'pn^. 

7*1^ (gjdde'l) pr.n.m. 

bnil (gp'dgl) m, w.s. i^*J^ 
(gQdlo') and "177? greatness, 
tallness, power, might, 
dignity, majesty; ar- 
rogance, pride. 

n^7^ see nbm^. 

n.r'^l (g'4&iy5') and in;^!^^ 

(g«d&lya'hu) pr.n.m. 
''^r^'? (gidd§,'ltl) pr.n.m. 

yn^, pZ. D\V7^, to hew 
down, to fell; to cut, to 
shave off, to destroy. — 
Ni. y,"^:?: [V^^^] and Pu. 
])^1 to be cut down, to 
be ijroken, to be destroyed. 
-Pi.y3^andy.^4,My^4^, 
ip- V.'^K^''. to break to pieces. 
jl> [^ (gid'p'n) pr.n.m. 
D5]^*T2l (gid'o'm) pr.n. of a 
place. 
,ri' Ir' (rfd'oni') pr.n.m. 



^n^ fe5d«L'f) only Pi ^'lA, 
pt. ^|\I.iP, to revile, blas- 
pheme. 

"I|l| (gSd^r) /"k^ 1,1^% to 

enclose, hedge in, wall up, 
to surround with a wall; 
pt. pi. D^llil masons. 
11^ (g5de'r) «i, c l^il, it/.s. 
i-)l^, pZ. Dnn:!, wall, en- 
closure, fence ; walled place. 
^7,^. (ge'd^r) pr.n. of a place; 
gent. ""IIJ.. 

pr.n. of two places. 

nr3"^|*(rdera')/;^^.nii74 

c. nll'l^, wall, hedge, 

fence; fold, hurdle. 
nn*l^^ (rdera') and n1"]lJ^ 

(g^dero'O-) ^r.n. of places. 
Q^P*'"'*!! (g^deroQ-a'yim) pr.n. 

of a town in Judah. 
n^ miswritten for T\\ [or = 

J<.^ plain, valley]. 

nn^ (g5h5') /m^ nn^^ to be 

removed [the bandage of 
a wound], to heal. 

"^Q" (g?^?') f bealing. 
"in^ (g5h?L'r) /•»«. in^:, to 

bow down, to prostrate 

oneself. 
15 (g^v) w, W.S. '^14, D\i 

the back. 



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Ti:i 



1^ (gcv) 7H, W.S. ])l '"Hli!., 

the back; the middle, in- 
terior, circle. 
2ri^ (gub) to plough; only 
pt. pi. D^?^ ploughmen, 
husbandmen. 

ni:i' (gsb), \ni:i (gob,^'y) m 

coll. locusts; ^3"i'"! ^"i^ lo- 
custs upon locusts. 

^i-1 (gob) pr.n. of a place. 

^u (gpg) pr.7i.vi..., Gog, prince 
of the people of Magog. 

TO (gud) fut. >v^, n^.,v, 

longs to 1^^] to break in, 

to fall upon, to attack, 
n^^ (g?vr) /■ body; lifting 

up, elevation; pride. 
ni-l (gpvg') m, only |>L ■W.S. 

Ti'^ljl see ^"i:i. 

1^:1 (guz) 2?/"- ^^ /"««• W4 
(v^yy5'gyz) to fly away, to 
pass rapidly; fr. to drive on. 

T*lil (gpz) m, 7V.S. 7."''! refuge 
[or from HU]. 

^Tlil (gpzri'i) w, pi D'J?P'}. 
young bird, young dove. 

Ip^ (goz^'n) ?""w. of an 
Assyrian district in Meso- 
potamia. 

n^-j (gv'at^), n\"i (gi'^ci)) iwp. 

f ""nh to send forth, to 



bring forth, to bear. — Hi. 

/"t/^. n"'r, n^ni to break or 
burst forth, to sally. 

^1:1, "^il (gpy),», xv.s.^% pi. 
D^l:;, c. ->% W.S. T^^i^J, per- 
son, inhabitant, populace, 
people, tribe, nation; pi. 
non-Israelitic or heathen 
peoples. 

H'JI^ (g^'Iyy?') /, c. n^J^, pi. 
nriil, body, corpse. 

^^^ see b'l 

n / u, n xil (gpl$') / emigra- 
tion , evacuation , exile, 
banishment; exiles, cap- 
tives. 

yp^^ (gol5'n) pr.n. of a town 
in Manasseh. 

yO'^'^ (gCimri'B) m pit. 

^JW (gunj') pr.n.m.; patron. 

V}^ (giiyin inf. y).i andyi:; 

(rvp'r), pt. Vfi, to expire, 
pine away, die away. 

^^:i (guf) only Hi. fut. P]>:^, 
to shut. 

nS^-^ (gyf$') f body, corpse. 

TO* (gcir) pf. "1^, t»/". 11:) 

and "11:1, imp. Il^l, /■»^ 
"1^^;, ^^^ (v^yyrv'^yr), p^ 
"1^, ;>^ Dn3, c. n^, to take 



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57 



114 



up one's abode, to dwell 
[as a stranger], to lodge, 
sojourn; to fear, to be 
afraid or anxious, to re- 
vere; to crowd together, 
to meet; to stir, to excite. 

—uith. iii^nn, fut. iii^n: 

to settle, dwell, sojourn; 
to assemble, to gather to- 
gether. 
"l^-l (gur) and "llil (gor) vh, 

pi. Dn^:i, Dn^, ' Dni:i, 

ni"|1-l, young animal, 

whelp. 
"1^-1 (gur) pr.n. of a place; 

^yn 1^^ dwelling of Baal 

[town in Arabia]. 
^n l-rl (gpra'l) HJ, c. y'^^1 pi. 

D''7liil, voting-stone, lot, 

portion, share. 
^11^ see ]"i"ll 
^l-rl (gys) in clod, lump of 

earth. 
til (g?z) m, pi. c. "Jiil fleece, 

clip, shearing, mowing. 

"13t-|l (gizb^'r) in treasurer. 

nt-^ (gaz5') p«. w.s. ''J.lil [or 
perh. from t^il] to deliver 
[from the mother's womb]. 

nt^ (gizz5') / shearing, 
fleece. 

tl-^ (g5z^'z) inf. lU and 1-1, 



imp. ''Tj^, t.p. ''1^, /m<. U^, 
"t^,'^l (v§yy?['gQz), 'pt. IJ.il, p^. 

D^.l^, c. ')% to cut off, to 
shear, mow. — Ni. llJlJ to 
be cut off, to be extirpated. 

TT^ (gaz?'z) pr.n.m. 

ri^'t^ (g?zi'^) / cutting or 
hewing of stones, hewn 
stone, square-stone. 

<![f (g5zri) fut. bh], pt. 

^y, pt. p. 7ll| to tear, 
pull, take away, to seize, 
rob, plunder; to flay. — 
Ni. 7L^-3 to be robbed. 

^T^ (gaze'l), b]^. (ge'z^l) m 
and n^^ (g'^zeia') / robbed 
things, spoil, plunder. 

Dt-J (g5z5'm) m locust [not 
yet winged]. 

Hi- (g^zz^'m) pr.n.m. 

,r ',r (grzoni') m, gent, of Hl^ 
or "jliil [an unknown place]. 

trunk or stem of a tree. 
11-5 (gaz^i'r) m^. "lU, 

A^ iu^ 11^% ^«. nth, to 

cut, to fell, to divide; to 
eat, consume; to decide; 
ititr. to be cut off, to be 
gone. — Ni. IPJ to be se- 
parated, excluded; to be 



1U 



58 



b^ 



undone or lost; to be de- 
creed. 

")t;5/ (g^zgr) «i, pi. DnU. 

piece, part. 

'l^. (g^'z^r) pr.n. of a 
Levitic town. 

•^^1'? (g'z?r$') f outline of 
the body, figure, frame; 
sequestered place [part of 
the temple buildings, hall 
or court]. 

J:- (gizrl') pr.n.m. of a 
people in the south of 
Palestine. 

belly. 

iIO;r! (gf^'^zi') pr.n.m. 

pi. D^.'pm, c. '',^m '[as 
from 7n^] burning coal, 
lightning. 
^n,4 (gCt'c^^m) pr.n.m. 
IQ^ (g^-'^Cvr) pr.n.m. 

^^^ >^^5 (g^y), m, '^ (gf). 
N\^ (g$) m and /, c. ''^, 

N^i oz. nix^:i and nrsM 

"T r I •• IT !••' 

depression, lowland, valley; 
Din 15 [^,^.5] X^^ valley of 
the sons of Hinnom, south 
of Jerusalem [Geenna]; 
Hz,^ '•iJ salt-valley, near 
the Dead Sea; other com- 



pounds denoting geograph- 
ical names: D"'C'"inn '^^ 

''^ see ^11 

i ^ (gid) m sinew, muscle; 
chain, band. 

U -1 (gi'"^) it)>"-w. of a place 
in Benjamin. 

lT'^-1' *]1m (gi^p'n) pr.n. 
of a river in Paradise; of 
a fountain west of Jeru- 
salem; a name of the Nile. 

'',!r!'',rl see ^iq^.. 

inf. 7^il, i»jp. it'^iJ, /u^ 
^'?.'^ ^At. ^^,U' to turn one- 
self round; to rejoice, to 
exult; to tremble; to shake 
^ with fear. 

^^ (gU) »i generation, age ; 
exultation, joy. 

'"','5''^ (sW) f exultation. 
^h^^ see r\% 
H- . (gl»$^'^) pr.n.m. 
I**^, n^ (gir) m lime. 
Ifr " (gf«5'n) pr.n.m. 



i.p. 



' ;> 



D^^^, heap of stones, ruins; 
well, fountain, wave. 

^^^ (gi^i) = n^^, see n^^ Pt. 



bi 



^^, (g?l) m, iv.s. If*;,'^., pi- c 
y!?,^.i dung, excrements. 

xvl (gpi) m oil- vessel. 

^^^ (gaii5'\>) "i barber. 

ySpil (gilbo'Ci') pr.n. of a 
mountain in Issachar. 

%^^ (griig&'i) m, pi. D^,^^*^^, 

wheel, water-wheel ; whirl- 
wind, whirling dust or 
chaff. 

^I^P^^ (giigs'i) m, c. ^,4r^, 

wheel. 
7^pil* (gilg5'l) pr.n. of three 

different towns, one near 

Jericho. 
^■?^r'.'? (gulgp'lgO-) f. w.s. 

iFi^i'?^ , pi. n'h^^^ , skull, 

head. 

^7,^. (ge'led) m, w.s. "»"n?ii, 

skin, hide. 

r\^^ (gair) inf. rib^, n1^^, 
imp.nb^, fut. n^.^^ '^r.i, 
pf. n'^h,/n^h,j9«.p>^'p|, to 

bare, denudate, strip, un- 
veil, disclose, reveal; to 
evacuate a country, to 
emigrate, to go into 
exile. — ^ iVi riy^J, inf. 

n*^^^, *?^n to be uncovered, 
unveiled, revealed; to ap- 
pear, to show, reveal or 



bare oneself; to be led 
away. — Pi. ri7^, hnp. 7^ 
= n.i^^, fut. n^4], %% to 
uncover, to open, reveal, 
show. — Pu. vh^ to be 
removed [or to be stript]. 

— Hi. rh^;^, n^^,-}, fut. 

H^:!l, b}^l to lead into 
exile. — Ho. "^^H (hQ^lgi') 
to be driven into exile. — 
Hiih. fut. b^\ to uncover 
oneself, to reveal oneself. 

'^'P'? (giis') pr.n. of a town; 
gent. \h% 

n^Jl (gpi?') see ri7il 

n^^ (guii5') /, c. n^^, 

pi. nl*?^, well, spring; 
oil-vessel ; rounded part of 
a capital. 

^V,-^ (^Uu'i) 5», only pi. 
U-^bM, n'hb},, roller, log, 
idol. 

^"^f -? (g'lo'm) in large cover- 
ing, mantle. 

n^^l (galu^) /, c. n^^l, 

i(;.5. ''P'l/^, deportation, 
captivity, exile; captives, 
exiles. 

rb^ {gm'^) Pi. n^4, inf 

r\?^_. fut. n'?^) to make 
bald, to shear, shave. — 
Pu. riEfl to be shorn. — 



V'k^ 



KO-1 



ffith. n'?4nn to shave one- 
self. 

111^^ (gIll5yo'n) m, pi D^J>^.\ 

table, polished plate, 
mirror. 



,^>i 



^^^ 



c- '.•..'''?^, turn- 



pl D 

ing-door, folding -door; 

roller, cylinder; circuit, 

district, country; D^j-in b^^^^ 

Galilee. 

n^^^^ is'nw) f, pL ^"hi 

circuit, territory, country. 

^fA (ffSllI'm) pr.n. of a 
place in Benjamin. 

0-?^ (g'jly^i'^) pr.n.m. 

^% {mm) inf. ^ii, ^T^, 

imp. bs^, b'^, b^, pi \b), 

pt. T^zh, to whirl, to roll, 
turn, drive away. — Nt. 
^i.JJ, fxit. bl% to be rolled 
together, to ^ roll oneself 
on. — nip. b^^} to roll. 
— Po. pt. '^h.ll? to be 
rolled [in blood], to be 
dyed red. — Hi. fut. b^^X 
to roll away. — Hith. 
bb^T}r\ and ^^^i^irn to roll 
oneself upon. 

^,^^ (g5Ui'l) m dung, ex- 
crement. 

^/X imW"") '») «• s-i": turn. 



occasion, circumstance, 
concern; ^,^:)3 for the sake 
of, on account of. 

Y?} (gi'l'^l&'y) pr.n.m. 

D^^ (sm'ra) fut. D^.?^, to 
wrap together. 

Dp^ (gp'lgra) m, uf.*. ""p^^ 
(gglmi') something wrapt 
together, a mass not yet 
formed, fetus. 

^^Pr^ (g^lmu'd) adj., f 
*^i^-2?^r unfruitful, sterile, 
barren; desolate, famished. 

V^'^ [gm") Hith. :;hrn to 

quarrel [to show one's 
teeth]. 

*^Vr^ (gli;rd) pr.n.m.; 
patron, ''^y^^; a country 
east of the Jordan. 

^y^^ (g$l'?'d) pr.n. of a hill. 

^?^ (glut's) to lie down. 

^5 (g$m) arfv. and conj. to- 
gether, also, too, even; 
D^-D^ as well as; ''? D^ 
even when, although. 

»^!?^ (g5m$') Pi. fut. N7^^] 
to drink in, to carry along. 
— Hi. imp. ^N''p^n, to give 
to drink, to water. 

^9"? {m'n\^) m papyrus- 
plant, papyrus-reed. 



im 61 

^1^^ (gammf'd) m. only pi. 
DHD^, warrior. 

*7D^ (gp'med) VI a measure, 
ell or span. 

T'ipl (gfrau'l) pr.n.m. [see 
also ^P^]. 

?5^DJ1 (g^mu'l) m. w.s. Q37P^, 
^Z. Dy'liD^, deed, action, 
benefit; recompense, de- 
sert; hi^^2, b'i^^b, '.5 bv 

in return of. 

nh^l (rmuir) /, pi. nl'?^^^, 

recompense, retaliation. 
itp^ (glmzp') pr.w. of a place 
in Judah 

^P^ (g?m?i'l) in/, w.s. *7t?^ 
(ggmlfc^), /■««. 7b^^ pt. 

b}2h, pt. p. b\^^,' ^04, 

intr. to become ripe; tr. to 
make ripe; to wean; to 
do, perform, accomplish ; 
to deal with, to do [good 
or evil], to requite. 

!?D^ (g5m|['i) }u and /", pi. 
CP^O^, c. ''.^.^v camel. 
,?y^ (g^m^ur) pr.n.m. 

^»? ?P^ (g^mU'e'l) pr.n.m. 

"IP^ (gfmU'r) /"««. "ib^^, _p^ 
"ip-1, to cease, disappear, 
vanish; tr. to finish, ac- 
complish. 
''r7 (gp'm^r) pr.n.f. 



luJl (gp'mgr) pr.n.m.., son 
of Japhet and people 
descended from him [Cappa- 
docians or Cimmerians]. 

nnD^ (rm^rys'); ^n^lD^ 

(g"m«lry5'hy) pr.n.m. 
15 (g&n) m and f, i.p. ]^^, 

w.s. ■'j3^, pi. D''Bi, garden, 

orchard, park. 

D^niJ^, / c. ^nnj:] [for 

n^J^] to purloin, abstract, 
steal, deceive. — Ni. fui. 
1)^\ to be stolen. — PL 
fid. ^il^ to steal or de- 
ceive by habit. — Pu. H^^l, 

fut. n^^^, inf. nii^, to be 

stolen, to be imparted by 
stealth. — Hith. niiriH to 
steal oneself away, to 
withdraw by stealth. 

^^5 (g&nn5'b) m, pi. D^33^, 
thief [by habit]. 

ni?-? is'm^^') f theft, 
something stolen. 

*'j?rr (g^nuba'^S-) pr.n.m. 
ni^ (g^nn?') /, w.s. in^^, pi 
niil^, garden, grove. 

Tr;^'. (ge'n^z) "i, only pi. c. 
■•JJii treasures, coffers. 



rim 



62 



"1A15 



pr.7i.m. 



fxd. 



"^J.*?^ (gjnz^'c^) jji, only j^Z. 

Q^,?J^^ 5 treasure - house, 

treasury, 
1^1 (g5n<jL'n) inf. "ilJ^, to 

cover, protect, guard. — 

Ni. fid. p.J the same as Q. 

^IriD^ (ginO-o'n 

y^, nyj see ^^;. 

ny^^ to roar, to low. 

•^.^^ (gp'5') yr.n. of a place 
near Jerusalem. 

hy_\ (gr^'i) /»<• '?y^% to 

abhor, detest, reject. — Ni. 
^V-?J to be rejected, to be 
thrown away. — Ei. t'^'WH 
to cast away, to waste. 
^£^ (g^''^-!) 'pr.n.m. 

^y^ (gp"^i) m rejection, re- 
probation. 

"^J^l (gij'^'r) inf. I'y^, imp. 
"1,y^, fut. "1W1 to address 
harshly, to cry at, scold, 
rebuke, threaten. 

nny^ (gs'^rr) /, c. niy,^, 

scolding, threatening, re- 
buke. 

^v\ (gr&'«) /»<• ^:^>\, to 

quake, tremble, shake. — 
Pu. fut. B'Vh^ to be shaken. 



to be shaken, to stagger 
or reel. 

^V^ (g^'^S) pr.n. of a 
mountain in Ephraim. 

PVr- (g^'t*'m) pr.n.m. 

^^ {gU) m, w.s. 12^, ^Z. c. 

^25, back, top; body, 

person. 

ItI^ (grfgn) / [twice m], 



i:s: 



' ; 



.^ D^js; 



vine-plant; shoot, tendril. 
"HS-j^ (gp'f^r) m a resinous 

tree, cj-press, cedar or fir. 
^^1^^ (gyfn'^) / brimstone. 
1^ (gfr) adj. [pt. of 11^], 

jL)Z. c. ""I^, /■ ni^, dwelling, 

abiding; withn^3: inmate, 

servant. 

'r (g?r) »n, w.s. '"^"1,^., ;)?. 
Q^]1fl, c. ""ly, Stranger, 
foreigner, pilgrim, guest, 
visitor. 
^^, (g|r) m lime. 

*\\.. (g?r$') pr.yi.m. 
^^1 (g5r5'b) «i itch, scurvy 
[leprosy]. 

^^.^ (g5r?'l>) pr.n.m. [scabby, 
leper]. 

berry. 



m:nij 



^:i4 



^in^ (g&rgrr^O-) /", only 
pi. c. ni"|i)15, throat, neck. 

^f^^xl^ (glrgisi') pr.n. of a 
Canaanitic people, Gir- 
gasites. 

"^^^ (g^rrd) ^lU. "i,i4riM 

to scratch oneself. 

to kindle, provoke, stir. — 

Hith.imp. i^rin, /wf. ni4ri^ 

"1,4-0! to grow angry or 
enraged; to make war 
upon, to infest, 
n"l^ (ger5') f chewed cud; 
grain, herry, 20*'' part of 
a shekel [smallest weight 
of the Hebrews]. 

I' ll (g5r?'ii) m, w.s. "','?"i"I^, 
throat, voice, neck. 

^^1^ (geru'^S") f harbour, 
shelter, inn. 

T^l (gar^'z) Ni. m) to be 
cut off. 

^,in^ (g^rizzi') and "|1"lil (glrzi') 
pr.n. of a people in southern 
Palestine. 

^ ,1 jr (g'rizzl'm) pr.n. of a 
mountain in Ephraim. 

T,t1- (g^rz^'n) m hatchet, 
axe. 

^ ,T (g^ro'l) o.dj.. c. '7^^ 



(g'ro'l), rough, harsh [perh. 

for ^17^]. 

Hi see hil 

^^■J (g^r^'m) to skin, flay; 
to let remain. — Pi. fut. 
Q.l^l to skin, to gnaw. 

^Tll (g^r^m) m, i.p. Dl^, 
j?;. Q^pii], bone; body, 
person, self [= Q^,t^]- 

P j4. (g^roil') pr.n.m. 

\1^ (go'r^n) f, w.s. "',^"1^ 

(ggrni'), i>?. nlJi:!, c. nin| 

(gQrno'd-), thrashing-floor; 
open place before the gate 
of a town. 
^"^-J (gar^'fi) to be crushed. 

— Hi. fut. DHJil to crush. 

yn| (g5r&") /m«. yi^: to cut 
off , remove , withdraw, 
diminish; to shear, shave. 

— Ni. fut. yn^:, pt. vy^}. to 

be withdrawal, diminished, 
lessened. — Pi. fut. V^^) 
to draw in, to swallow. 

*]n| (g^r^'f) to sweep away, 
to snatch away. 

'^1^ (g«ir«L'r) fut. l3; to 
draw, collect, snatch away ; 
fut. 1^1 to draw up, to 
chew the cud. — Pu. pt. 
fpl. n1']"J"'^^ to be sawed 



n^ 



64 



:iN' 



asunder. — liith. "IHl^pn 

to whirl [see also l^il]. 
in^ (g^rri'r) pr.«. of a town 

of the Philistines. 
'^^r^. (g^'r^o) wi something 

pounded or crushed. 

pi.Vih, p«. p. /• r^j^'i^^ to 

drive away, to expel; to 
divorce [a wife] ; to empty, 
pillage. — Ni. ^^ih P^- 
^'TI.J, to be cast out, to be 
stirred up. — Pi. tJ'.'lii, 
inf. ri^'l^, imp. t:'14, fid. 
^1^''. to drive away, expel. 
— Pu. ti'lil to be expelled. 

t^n^. (g^'rgs) ni fruit, produce. 

ntf^l-rl (g^rCib?') f expulsion. 

jltt' j^ (gfr'bp'n) pr.n.vi. 

l1w]\ (g?r*5o'ra) pr.n.m. 

IW^ (g"su'r) i^r.w. of a 
district between Hermon 
and Bashan; gent. ''Tit2''|. 

^W^ (grvs^'m), only Hi. 
Ctt^'^rt to cause to rain. 



;)/. D^p*^'^. c. "'ptf'v. heavy 
rain, shower. 

Dtr^ (gp'g^ra) m, w.s. nOP'^ 

1^7 (go'g^n) pj'.n. of a 
district in eastern Egypt; 
of a town in Judah. 

^.??^^ (gisp*') pr.n.m. 

^'^*^ (g*«a'5) Pi. fut. ^'}^^], 
to grope, fumble. 

n^^ see ti^'^;. 

J^5* (g&O-) f, pi nin^, wine- 
press. 

^5* (g5^) P'*-«- of a city of 
the Philistines; ge7it. ^H^. 

2?^^* (gltt,^'ylm) rf«, pr.n. of 
a town in Benjamin. 

n'^ri-^ (glttl'S-) f name of a 
tune, or of a musical in- 
strument. 

^T}r^, is^'Hr) pr.n. of an 
Aram [e an people. 



T the fourth letter of the nnST (d«'5V5') f fear. 



alphabet, called n^T [door] 
as a numeral = 4. 

!2S"! (ci^i'ci'h) inf. ^2^<7i. 

languish, pine, faint. 



anguish. 

*]ins"i (d^'svo'ii) m, e. in^^, 

faintuess-, pining. 

-1ST see -"il. 



AKT (d«i'«i'g) fid. ^XT, to be 
anxious or troubled, to 
fear. 

'^**?^ (flo"eg:) pr.n.m. 

n^ST (d«'$§:i[') / fear, ap- 
prehension, 

J^"".!, to fly, soar. 

**J'3 (d?'?') f bird of prey, 
vulture or kite. 

"INT see in. 

i"I, lil (dob) m and /, 
pi. D''3T bear, she-bear. 

SZlT (dp'be) w, w.s. ^f^?"!! 
(dyb'e'^) well-being, com- 
fort, affluence. 

i2T (dabrb) pt. 2nn to 

cause to speak. 
n2T (dibb?') / talk, report, 

slander, calumny. 
nnllT* (d'bpra') /; pi. 

Dnbi bee. 
flniZt" (d'bprj') pr.n.f. 
^VIT (dibyo'n) »n, only ;??. 

D''Jr3T duno-, excrements 

of doves. 
T'llT (d^bf'r) m hinder or 

western part of the temple. 

the inner sanctuary, the 

holy of holies. 

I J^^ " (d'bi'r) pr.n.m. ] pr.n. 

of towns. 

Hebrew-English. 



65 1^ 

n^n"! (d^bfir) /, c. rf22\ 

pi. ^''^^I, cake of figs. 
n'^2*! (dibir) miswrittcn 
for' n'^51. 

U;7ZlT (dlbla'ylra) pr.n.m. 

pnT (dsbrk), pni (d^bc'ic) 

inf. np^51 (dQbkr), fut. 

p5"J^ to stick, cling, adhere, 
to be attached to, to pur- 
sue. — Pu. p31 to cleave 
fast together. — Hi. p"'^iri, 
fut. p,5ll to cause to 
cleave, to pursue, to catch. 
— Ho. pt. p^lp to cleave, 
to be attached. 
pll (dabc'k) adj.,pl.nY'2\ 
f np5", cleaving, at- 
tached to. 

plT (dg'bek) w, pi. QV-?1, 
welding of metals, solder; 
joint in a coat of mail. 

HIT (dab^'r) inf. w.S. ^1.5^ 
(dpbre'd^a), pt. "1,5"^ , pi' 

Dn5%/nn5i,2?f.p. "ini, 

the same as Pi. — Pi. 

ini, i.p. 131, inf ini, 

131, "131, imp. 131, 
131, fid. 1311, pt. 131J?, 
/ ri131^ to speak, to ac- 
cost; to say [with ace], 
to promise, command, ex- 
hort, [to destroy]. — Pa. 
fut. 131^, pt. 131!? to be 
5 



■m ^ 

spoken; to be wooed. — 
Ni. 131: to speak to one 
another, to consult. — Ei. 
fui. 1311 to drive, subdue. 
— mth. pt. "i,5"P [for 
1,3irip] to converse. 

"^3*^ (d$V?'r) "i, c. 1,51, pi 
CPini, c. ""I^l, word, say- 
ing, speacli, news, com- 
mand, promise; thing, in- 
cident, occurrence, history, 
concern, cause, question, 
law-suit. 

"IZIT (d^'bgr) m, i.p. 131, 
pi. D"'131, destruction, 
pestilence, plague. 

"111"^ (dp'ber) m pasture, 
steppe, desert. 

nn2T (dibr^O /, w.s. '•n^l^i, 

manner, fashion , cause ; 
nl31 "ry on account of. 
in order that. 

nniT (d'^-hprf') see nil31. 

* j'J •) (dlbrj') pr.n.m. 

rnZlT (dpV^'r^9) /• only 2?/. 
nil51, raft, float. 

nniT (dii'b^Tij'^) pr.7i. of a 
Levitical town. 



t^Q"I (d''hCi'5) m, i 



^31 



honey, sirup 



of 



grapes. 



\ ^ 

r^ST* (djbbg'gg^) / lump 
of fat, hump of a camel. 

rit^JI'l* (dpb$'s$9) pr.n. of 
a place. 

:i'j (d5?) m, pi D^i, c. i;i 

fish. 

^\i^ (d5^5') /; c. Til. w.s. 
Dn^l, coZ^. fish. 

n^T* (du^r) /u«. n:T to 

increase, multiply. 

ju" (dggp'n) pr.n.m., the 
national god of the Phi- 
listines. 

b^^ (dci^n'i) /■««. 'riJT, pt. p. 

"Ti^I to set up a banner; 
pt. p. distinguished. — 
Ni. T;41^ to be provided 
with banners. 

pZ. D''J^j1, c. ''1^1 banner, 
flag. ' ' 

]^^ (d^g^n) «i, c. p.1, tt'.s. 

"•JjI corn, grain, bread, 

nourishment. 
1^5^ (d5?$'r) to gather, to 

hatch. 
IT (did) ?n, only tf«. D?11, 

breast, teat. 

"I"! see 111. 

^y^ (dsdrv') only Hith. 
niin, /u^ .111?^ to walk 



IT! «^ 

slowly, to go in a pro- 
cession. 

yX^ (dMj'n) pr.n.m. of an 
Ethiopian tribe; gent. ''P'71, 

pi. n]m. 

U*J 1 M (dp'dfni'm) pr.n.m. of 
a Japhetic people [Kho- 
dians , Dardanians or 
Dodonaeans]. 

DjjT (dfham) Ni. pt. QHIJ 

to be perplexed, terrified. 

"IHT (dah^'r) pt. "IHT to 

run, to galop. 
"^^lI"]!! (dgi'harg;') /. only pi. 

c. ^^']lI% course, run. 
2T\ (dub) Ei. pt. 2^2, to 

cause to pine. 
^n (dslvva'g) m fisher. 
HOT (du^r) / fishing, 

fishery. 

in, *n (dpd) m, W.5. "•nn, 

joZ, Cnn, love; one be- 
loved, friend; relation, 
cousin, uncle. 
T^T (dud) m, pi. Onn and 
DHl", pot, kettle; basket. 

^.H' ^^y^ (d5vi'd, d^vi'dj 
nnn (dpdii') / aunt. 

Tpn (dpdp'); 'nnn (doda- 

va'hij) ; "'ll'iT (dpda'y) pr.n.m. 
*'^T\ (dyda'y) m, only pi 



I T 

D''Nnn, = nn basket; 
mandragora, love-apple. 

^Xl (d5v5') *w/- ril"! , to be 
sick [of monthly courses], 
to be ill. 

nn (dave') adj., f ni" sick, 
unwell, unclean; sad, 
wretched. 

n*i*T (du'a^) Hi. nnn, fut. 

n"'T, to expel, cast out; 

to wash off, cleanse. 
^,il (d^va'y) ?w, %.p. ^H, <?. 

''H, sickness; something 

unclean and loathsome. 
"•n (d£ivv5'y)«c?/- severely ill. 

Tj^T (dfic^) p/. " , to pound 

[in a mortar]. 
n^fpn (dft'c^Ifa'^) / an 

unclean bird [hoopoe or 

mountain-cock]. 
np'l"^ (diima) / stillness, 

realm of death. 
riD'^lT (duma') pr.n. of an 

Arabian tribe; of towns in 

Edom and Judah. 

npn, H'JPT (dirmlyylL') 
/ stillness, silence, trust, 
submission [/ of "'pn adj. 
silent, still]. 

D?2^T (duma'm) adv. silently, 
still ; m silence, dumbness. 
5* 



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68 



P^DH see ppJ^ai. 

1-n (dyn), "(TT (don) A<. 
PIt ^^ prevail, rule, 
remain, 

wax. 

")>n (dyB) A«. 1>n; to leap, 

jump. 
pn see p'iy^. 

vT] J m (dor) m, rt'.s. 

ni-, 2?z. nnn andonn, 

period of a man's life, 
generation, age; race, class 
of men, contemporaries. 

"in^ (dor) m habitation, 
dwelling; ill and 1XT 
pr.n. of a sea-town near 
mount Carmel. 

"in* (dur) inf. in, to 
sojourn, to dwell. 

"m^ (dur) m circle, ball; 
pile of wood. 

^'T\ (dyg) pf. ti^'n, inf. ^'^^^ 

t^'"7, fid. l^'iT, it;.s. lifl^'n^, 

pt. ti'T to tread out, to 
thrash; to tread down, to 
crush. — Ni. ^'H^' *'"/• 
tr'nn and Ho:fut.^T^ to 
be trodden out, to be 
thrashed. 
i^f^'"^ (duties') ?»/". "H", 



Tin- 



pt. 



■n" 



i>«- p. / 



n^^in"!, to push, to thrust 
down, to overthrow. — 
Ai. fid. mHT, pt. pi. e. 
^JT\} [or from Tny\ to be 
thrust down, to be driven 
away. — Pa. T\XT\ to be 
overthrown. 

nrn (d^^^'e^) .v,:. fid. pi. 

IHT, the same as T]rn Xi. 

yn (d'^r) m, i.p. "•nn, 

overthrow, downfall, de- 
struction. 

in"^ (dp'^$n) in millet. 

5]rn (d^e^^'f) to drive, to 
impel; pt. p. ^iH"! dis- 
patched, at full speed. — Ni. 
^fll^ to hasten. 

pnT (dg^^t'k) fid. pnT, 
pt. pHT to press, oppress. 

''^ (d5y) ?n, t.^). n, c. n, 
tt'.s. ''.n, n-^, nn the re- 
quisite, necessary supply, 
sufficency, plenty; adv. 
enough; ^5 in proportion 
to, as often as, as soon 
as; nS according to need, 
corresponding to; np as 
often as. 

^1^1 ^"! (dl z^ihri'b) ;)r.n. of 
a place near Mount Sinai. 

I'iZI''*] (dibo'n) pr.n. of two 
towns, in Moab and in 
Judah. 



:i''n 



69 



nh 



T^^ (dayylf'g) m, pi D^r"! 
fisher. 

!^,^,"!I (dayyg') A p/. nr::, a 

bird of prey, vulture. 

"^^,1 (d'y?') w colour for 
writing, ink. 

X'V (din) p/. H' ^V- and 

«wi>- VI, /"«• VTr^ pf- iV 

to rule, sway; to judge. 

defend, punisli; to litigate. 

— Ni. pt. piJ ^^ contend 

at law, to quarrel. 
^**T (din) m judgment, 

sentence, law-suit, cause, 

quarrel. 
I'n (dayya'n) m judge. 

riy>1^ (dln5') pr.n.f. 

rS"'*T (dIfcl'O-) pr.n.m. = 

P,?."^ (d5ye'k) TO w^atch-tower, 
bulwark. 

^?^ (d&'yis) jji thrashing 
time. 

pt^*iT| (dibp'n) m antelope, 
mountain-goat. 

X^'^^T (diso'n), *|fr>-i (disa'n) 
/)r.?z.?n. 

T]T (d^c^) arfj., i.p. "n, p^. 
w.s. T',^"; crushed, op- 
pressed, wretched. 

i<yi (daces') Ni. pt. XD"IJ, 

to be cast down, humbled. 



— Pi. N^", inf. w.s. iS^tl 
to break, crush, oppress, 
humble, tread down. — 
Pu. pt. N^'Jt?, pi. Q^^'PT"? 
to be broken, crushed, 
humbled, afflicted. — Hiih. 
fut. N5T to be crushed, 
humbled. 

**^3 2 (dakka') m something 

bruised, dust. 
^i?*^ (d^kka') adj., pi. c. 

'',^^?!I bruised, humbled, 

discouraged. 

HD"! (d5c^a') fut. n?.T to 
be bowed, to cower. — Ni. 

pf. ^n^Di:, pt. n:.-i: to be 

bruised, crushed. — Pi. 
n^M to bruise, dash. 

n^T (d$kka') / bruising, 

castration. 
^P^ (dod^r) m surging 

waves, billows, surf. 

t'l* (dm) m = n*^M.. 

^1^ (djl) afi;\, i.p. ^''m, p?. 

tottering, weak, humble, 
wretched, poor. 

^5T (dal^'^) to leap, jump. 

— Pi. fut. j^l] to leap 
over. 

r&i (dair) pf pi. rh 

[for ^^-], •>::-|, inf. 



"'i?M. fid. n'^1% to draw 
[water], to dd-aw out. — 
Pi. n^"^ to draw out. to 
dclivor. 

jsZ.np'il ]oAvlinc6s, poverty; 
D^ ri^^!! the low, the poor. 

Hv -* (<^^^^i*') f thread work 
[of the weaver], thrum. 

n^T (d5i*'^) fid. vby, to 

trouble, to make muddy 
[by treading]. 

''.^^ (doir), ''.^l (dnr) «i, 
tf.5. V'?'T. (dglyp'), du. w.s. 
V^M. (d5'i'y5'v), basket, 
leather-bag. 

n^^T (dn^y?'), ^n;^i (d«if- 

ya'hu) pr.n.m. 

Ht i *1 (d'lU5') jor.n./". [= 
lauguishiug, tender]. 

r\^^y^ (ml^) f, only pi 
nl^'p^, branch, tendril. 

bbi (daici'i) p/-. pz. i*?T 

and i9Vn, l.pMJl-^1, M 
/T [or Nl] to totter, 
wave, hang loose; to be 
poor, humble, wretched ; 
to languish, to be dry. — 



^m 



Ni. fid. - 



^r-^ 



to be weak. 



wretched. 

[yp*! (dll'ri'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 



^^l {dm't) fut. Fj'^pT to 

flow slowly, to drop, 

trickle; to weep, to shed 

tears. 
5]pT (d^lgf) m a dropping, 

eaves. 
^iDT'T (d$lfp'n) p'T.n.m. 

p.n x^m-k) ^ inf. p*^i, 

/»/. p'^T, p<- P.'i?'^ to burn, 
to glow, ^to be passionate; 
to be anxious; ''l.nt? P,!!?V 
to pursue hotly. — Hi. 
P'"?.^^, fut. p'^p.!! to heat, 
to kindle. 

I^i^!^1 (d^lirkeO-) / hot 
fever. 

r.^^. (d^'i^a-) /, i.jy. n*^T, 
wj.' ?iri|?^1 and in)?!, du. 

pZ. ninji, c niri'pi, door, 

folding-door, gate, opening; 
column or page of a 
manuscript. 

uT (dum) w, c. D~, tc.5. 
^p^, D5t?1. pi. D^p^, c. 
■•pi, blood, bloody deed, 
blood-guiltiness ; juice, sap, 
red wine. 

DT (dum) w. peril. = 
ni*p"l likenes.s. 

HOT* (djnut') /»'/'• np-], 

^^ nan% to be like, to 



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Vl 



resemble; to make like. — 
Ni. ^J^l^ to be made like, 
to resemble. — Pi. *^"^, 
fid. ^^^^ to compare, to 
speak in similitudes; to 
imagine, think, remember; 
to intend, to purpose. — 
Hith. fid 1. sg. T\p/i^ to 
make oneself like. 

"J?*I^ (d?mr) fut. n^T, to 
cease, to rest, tr be silent; 
to destroy. — Ki. HD'IJ 
to be destroyed, to perish. 

riDT (dummf') / stillness, 
desolation. 

ni?^T (d^mu'^) / likeness, 
resemblance; image, model, 
shape; adv. like. 

^PT (doml'), ""p" (d°mr) m 

silence, rest. 

]',P V (dlmyp'n) m, w.S. 
ij3^P"l, resemblance, image. 

DpT (d^m&'m) im-p. Dl^, 
^'d^, /««. DT [DT] to 
cease, to be silent or 
dumb, to rest. — ISi. DIJ, 
fut. lyl. iDT, i.p. liD^*^, to 
be destroyed, to perish; to 
be silent, to rest. — Po. 
Dpi* to silence. — Hi. 

Din, w.s. iJpiri, to 

destroy. 



njJpT (d'm5m5') f silencc, 
stillness, calm, whisper. 

^DT (dp'm^n) m dung, ex- , 
crements. 

nJO^ (dimn5') pr.n. of a 
town in Zebulou. 

yp*T (dam^") inf i^% fid. 

ypl^ to weep, to shed 

tears. 
i^?/I (de'nia') m, w.s. J\V.JPX 

tear; juice of grapes and 

olives. 

nyr^T (dim'?') /, c. nyp-, 

pi. nl^P^, tear, tears. 
pt^D^ (d^mme'Cek) , also 

pVpn and pt^pi^, 2^r.»?., 

Damascus. 
pC^*D"I (d^me'fiek) m silken 

damask. 
yl (dan) 2^r.n.m., gent. \y\; 

pr.n. of a town near 

mount Hermon -= ^'1"?. 

flrf,!. (danu5') pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

niin^T (dlnh^ba') pr.n. of 
a town of the Edomites. 

n, r;-i, n^^T see vx- 

^T (drr) m and H^l (de'?') 
/, pi. niVl, knowledge, 
wisdom. 



t'^^y'l (d''a'?'l) pr.n.m. 

be extinguished, to be 
quenclied. — Ni. "^^T]^. to 
be dried np. — Pu. T^VI 
to be destroj-ed, to become 
extinct. 

nyT. (dct"$^) /, i.p. ny^, 

knowledge, insight. 
^BT (dofr) Hi, i.p. ''D'l, scorn. 

insult. 
P|?"T (dm'k) pt. pDlT, to 

strike, to knock; to drive 

on. — Eith. pt. p,?irip to 

knock. 

nj^S'T (dyfk?') pr.n. of a 
station iu the wilderness. 

pi (d.^k) adj., f rqx pi- 

rilpl, crushed, fine, thin, 
lean, low; m dust. 

n ^p*I (dlkl5') pr.n.m. of an 
Arabian tribe. 

ppT (driki-k) fut. pT to 
crush, pound, grind, 
thrash ; irUr. to be crushed, 
to be pulverised. — Hi. 

P,"in, inf. ^':\::), fut. pTi, 

1. sg. u'.s. 2p."]N. to crusli, 
to bruise, to destroy; inf 
flrfy.fine, dustlike. — Ho. 
fill. i.p. pTi"* to l^^c beaten 
out, to be crushed. 



J m 

npT (d9k&'r) fut. "ipT, to 
pierce. — A'l. /«<«. 1p"^ to 
be pierced, stabbed. — Pu. 
pt. "lp^"TP to be stabbed or 
slain, to perish. 

Piv ('l^'l*^'') pr.n.m. 

"11 (d$i) VI pearl, niotlier- 
of-pearl. 

"1"! see nil. 

1 1 t3 (dc'r^'o'n) w, c 
*(*><']*, aversion, object of 



T. (dg'rb5'n) and lUI^ 

( da'Hhp'ii ) «?, j;>L PI^Ill m , 

prick, goad. 

>'^'1^ (dCirdiii") pr.n.m. 

"1^11 (di:iid,\'r) m a prickly 
plant, thorn or thistle. 

Q"^'^'^ (djro'm) m SOUth, 
southern region. 

"ll^*^ (d'lp'r) f swallow; m 
freedom, delivery, release 
from servitude. 

^.],^ J/j (d5'r°y5'v$s) pr.n.m., 
Darius [i.e. Cyaxares II., 
Darius I., son of llystaspes, 
and Darius II. Xothus]. 

T)!"! (d5r<^'d>) fut. "IT, 



n.i 



73 



W 



"2^1 to tread, to walk, 
to go; to step forth, to 
wander; to tread down, 
to trample ou; to bend 
[a bow]. — Hi T^"!'"^, 
imp. IV. s. Vp.'lin, fi<t- 

cause to tread or walk, to 
lead; intr. to tread; to 
bend; to catch, to reach. 

^"1^. (d6'r?c^) m and f. i.p. 

c. '',511, a going, walk, 
journey; way, path, road; 
mode, manner, course, way 
of life, lot; worship. 

^"iDD^T (dark%o'n) See 

ptrpil see p^.^1. 
Vli^, (d^'r&O pr.n.m. 
l^y^rL (darkp'n) pr.n.m. 

triT (dii-rs) fut. ti^'lT, 
pt. LT'iT, pt. p. t^^'nn,'/ 

nti'lTl to seek, to examine, 
to investigate, inquire; to 
demand, desire, ask; to 
visit. — Ni. tr;i"i:, inf. 

c'l^x, fut. ^'i/\\ pt. ^'ly. 

to be sought, explored; to 
allow oneself to be sought. 
— Pi. inf tS'ini for ^'m 
[but probably written for 



t:^n"l Q. inf.], to in- 
vestigate. 

*^f^*I (d5sa) to shoot, 
sprout. — m. fut. i<}^y_ to 
cause to sprout, to bring 
forth. 

Kti^T (de'se) m green 
herbage, fresh grass. 

yj^'^ (daye'n) to become 

fat. — Pi. 1^^'", inf. w.s. 

irf 1, ft,t. y0] and nrf i; 

to make fat, strong or 
oily; to anoint; to accept 
as fat or pleasing; to 
cleanse from ashes. — Pu. 
fut. i.p. "-^'T to be made 
fat, to be well fed. - Hoth. 
ll^!iri to be oiled, greased. 



(dase'n) adj., pi. 
D^.^'l, c. V.?"l, fat, juicy, 
well fed; rich, mighty. 

1^1^. (de'gen) m, i.p. I^^'m, 

iv.s. V-^"' fatness, oil; 
abundance, affluency ; fat 
ashes [from the altar]. 
HT (di^) f^ pi. D^n^, c. 
"'HT royal command, pre- 
scription, law. 

jfl^ (d59-5'n) pr.n.m. 

]r\1 (dp^a'n) and ]'',Pi (do- 
■8a'yin) pr.n. of a place in 
Samaria. 



n:ir[ 



n 



n the fifth letter of the 
alphabet, called NH [air- 
hole]; as a numeral = 5. 

'H [with dagesh following], 
n, r) the definite article, 
used for all numbers and 
genders ; originally a 
pron. demon., D*^I1 this 
day, to-day. 

n interrog. particle in 
direct and indirect ques- 
tions [Lat. ne, num]; i<'pn 
= Lat. nonne; DX— "H. in 
disjunctive questions: 

whether — or. 

A*^n (he) inter}, lo! behold! 

Ti^ipti^M see mi Hi 

^?$r} (h6'5'e^) inter], [ex- 
clamation of joy or 
mockery], aha! haha! 

in, nin, nn see nn;. 

^P^il (h$l)h^\'b) iH, only pi. 
D^!2ri5.j, offeiing. sacrifice, 
gift. 

plin see pp.;^ A7. 

^JC^ (h9l4'l) /■««. ^.5.7:1. to 

breathe out; to be vain, 
to act foolishly, to liope 



Hi. pt. b^r^2 



vainly. - 
to befool. 

^?P^ (h^'bgl) m, i.p. 
c. ^ 72r\ , tv.s. '^2r\ , pi 
D^,^;n," c. ^.^^d," breath, 
breeze, nothingness, trausi- 
toriucss, vanity, show; 
idol; adv. in vain, use- 
lessly. 

''^P^ (h^'W) pr.n.m., Abel. 

1?r^T (hybnj') adj., only pi. 
D^pnn.made of ebony Cii"!]. 

"lin* (hiVCv'r) ji)«. 1,5'"! to 
cut, to divide [the heavens 
in astrology]. 

"^50^ (hnb^'r) see 1,in //e. 

^,'?.n (h??r) and Vin (hc^-a'y) 
pr.w.»i. 

M.A'^v to murmur, mutter, 
grovs'l, coo, sigh, moan, 
roar; to meditate, muse, 
speak, praise. — Po. inf. 
ill to speak. — Hi pt. 
pi. CiinO to murmur, 
M'hisper, speak. 

7^^ (h5^iji') inf. uH to 
separate, divide, remove. 

•^^p (h^'p^) m murmur, sigh- 
ing , meditation, thonght. 



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Kin 



l^n see n;n^ 

n^jn (hs^u'O-) /■ meditatiou. 

sighing, musing. 
^I^^n (higgayo'n) m, C 
Pl'^r}, murmur, gentle 
sound, musical accompani- 
ment; pause; meditation, 
plot. 

convenient, suitable. 

',^rj (hf^5'r) pr.n.f. 
^"^r'J (hagr;') pr.n.m. , p^. 

D''1^n a tribe of Arabian 

nomads, 
"in (h^d) 7n shout of joy, 

exultation. 
7^l1 (h^d^'d) pr.n.m.; also 

name of a Syrian deity. 

"n*V. ! iU. (hadad'g'z^r) pr.n.m. 
']1tD"innn (hadjdrlmmo'n) 

pr.n. of a place in the 

plain of Megiddo. 
'll'l (hfd^') to stretch out 

[the hand], 
^"in (ho'du) pr.n.., India. 
n^nn (h^dy'r) 9», pi. 

Dnnq hiii. 

D^nn (hadorg'm) pr.n. of 

an Arabian tribe. 
*'^'!^ (hiddijl'y) pr.n.m. 



^in (h^dli'd)) ?>np. Tj^ri to 
pull down. 

D*in (h^do'm) j«, c. Din. 

foot-stool. 

^1l] (hada'6) m, pi. Cpin 

myrtle. 

nDllJ (hadSBBa') pr.n.f. = 

Esther. 
^in (had^'f) inf. w.s. nD"[r! 
(hQdfj'h), A<.^. 5^in^. to 
push, thrust, expel, repulse. 

"inn (h^ida'r) /•««. i,in.^, to 

adorn, to honour. — Ni. 
"1,1^.^ to be esteemed, 
honoured. — Hifh. fut. 

"'""r! to boast, 
nnn (hada'r) m, c "l.i'J, 

w.s. nnq, _p?. c. ni" 

elevation, pride, highness, 
splendour, glory, 
nnn (h^'dgr) m ornament, 
splendour. 

nnnn (hadfra') /, c. rii^in 
= iin. 

I T T 

Dn lij (httdora'm) pr.n.m. = 
DliX^ and QT^N;. 

njti^nn see *|p?^''^ Hoth. 
r\?l (hah) m;«-j. ah! alas! 

in = ^in. 

^^1n (hy) pron. pers. 3. spf. 
Hi he, himself. 



nin 



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n^n 



"Tin, 1T\ (hod)m splendour, 
iiKij«'sty, HMiown, ornament. 

^^XP-V (hp'd^vyaO; ^HtP"''? 
(ho'd^vyrhy) ; nnlH (hp'- 

4iyyr); nnin (urd-yr) 
ri^^ (h5vri') tjup. riin, ';in. 
•^.^^l! (h^vvr) /, c. nin, w.^. 

"•rij'T, p?. rii]n, passion, 
eagerness ; destruction, cor- 
ruption, wickedness. 

T\yi (hpv5') / = n^n. 

Crnn (hph5'm) pr.u.m. 
^in (hoy) interj. alas! woe! 
nb'Pln (hp'lelp'^) flpl. and 

ni^i?in (hp'l?lQ'^) / folly, 

madness. 
D.^in (hp'l^m), D^n ,n 

stroke of a hammer [perh. 

for D^h, see D^T}]. 

D^n (hum) pf. Qn, w.s. 

Dpn, to perplex, confound. 

— Ni. flit. D.T. to he 

agitated, excited. — Hi. 

fut. D''j7^ to sigh, moan, 

to he noisy. 
UiJin (hpma'm) pr.n.m. 
pn (hon) m wealth, riches, 

affluence; adv. enough. 

sufficiently; prTN^? for 

nothiu"-. 



I^n (hQn) ///. fut. Vn; to act 
lightly, to make light of. 

Tin, in (hpr) m mountain; 
fr.n. of two mountains. 

see ntr';. 

(hog?"^'), nTV^'"i'7 (hp'gry?') 
n^n (ha9-) Pii fut. ppi."; 

to assail, rush upon. 

Tp*" (hp9rr) pr.n.m. 

^fj^in see ^,^n //o. 

HTn (h5z5') 23<. p^. Dlih, to 

he sleepy, to dream. 
niHiSinn see N^n Hi 
^^K^]^} see i<m Hi 
ton see HlD: 7//. 
^n (h|) «i lamentation. 
v> n (hi) j:)>*o;i. /)ej-*. 3. sg. 

f she, herself. 
in^'H (h?d5'(l) m shout of 

joy [in the vintage]. 
^"^J^ (hyyy^d«i') /", only pi. 

rriTri [also nn?'"!'] songs 

of praise, choruses. 

rm (hjyr) W- n:n, vn, 
n.'^n, Pl>"t., t"'/>. n.-^- ?.'">•, 

pt'. f n;ln, " to be, to 

exist; to become, to come 



n\n 



77 



tr: 



to pass. — Ai. ny^lJ to be- 
come, to be done, to be 
finished, to happen. 

IT — IT — 

Dl'jn see nv. 

"^^n (hfc^) j,;?er/. = "^^J^. 

^D^n (h?c^5'l) m and /, 
c^.^'.^'n, pi P"'.'?3'n and 
nl'^'p\n, c. "".t^^^n, great 
house, palace, citadel; 
temple , tabernacle , sanc- 
tuary. 

^,c?^n (helQ'l) VI brightness, 
brilliant star, morning-star. 

jD'n (hem9;'n) pr.n.m. 
"]''n (h|n) m a measure for 
liquids, i/eo o^ ^ "^^^^5 or 

"^lI' HDn, nipn, f]:;n, 

^JSn see HDJ iTi. 

n?n (h5c^§.'r) Hi. fut n?"^ 

[for n^2,-in] to trouble, "to 
do an injury. 

nnsn (hakkfra') f, c. rip-, 

sight, appearance. 

t'H (hal) original form of 
the defin. article; as an 
interrog. part. = "itl. 

^^I^ (h?l5') only Ni. pt. f 
'^<^^}.^ to be removed 
far off. 



'^^r','^ (h?'l^'f) adv. thither, 
yonderward, farther, back; 
further, forward. 

n"is^n see ns^ m. 

Dy^bn (hiUuii'm) m\pl. re- 
joicings, harvest-festival, 
feast of thanksgiving. 

T^n (h$ll$'z) and ni.^n 
(h^llfze') m and / [also 
i"!/?!! /] pron. dem. this, 
that. 

"^r 0. (h^U'c^) «i, only p/. . 
d\d^^"j, step. 

niD^pn (hailc^a') /; only pZ. 
nlD vH, procession, march; 
way, caravan. 

(hair*) inf. tjlt'n 



nD 



k 



t»lJ9. 



/m«. T]7,'». and 



'^7^- ^^ ^'^1 walk, come, 
wander, travel; to live; 
to go off, to disappear; 
to continue; "^("if*^ inf. as 
an adv. continually. — Ni. 
'^-k}.}... to be gone, to 
vanish. — Pi. "I^H, fut. 

"^.n^ pt. "Tj^^n^ to go 

about; to walk swiftly; to 
live. — Hi. T,^1n and 

T,'?^'^^ pi- p^- ^'P?'"?^' to 

cause to go, to lead, to 
carry away, to destroy. — 
Hith. "^.t^npn to go about, 
to walk, to lead a life. 



^^n (h?'igc^) m way, course, 
stream; traveller. 

^.d^l * (h&i^'i) M. Vn; to be 

bright, to shine; to be 
splendid; to boast. — Pi. 

bbri. imp. bbn, 'bbr\, i^^n 

[nn^^n, ^X-I^^n praise 
the Lord!] to praise, cele- 
brate, glorify. — Pu. 7?ri, 
pi if. ^^^"n, fut. ^.i^rij, 
pt. ^^np to be praised, 
to be famous. — Hi. 
fut. pi. IfH^ to cause 
to shine, to make bright, 
to give light. — Hith. fut. 
^.^l!^? to deserve praise, 
to be praised; to boast. 

bbjl* (hm'i) pt. pi D^^r""'"? 
to be insolent, foolish, 
mad. — Poel fut. bb):]] to 
befool, confound. — Poal 
pt. '^,'?"i'"ip to be mad, to 
rave.' — Hith. fut. t^!?1nn^ 
to be mad, to feign mad- 
ness. 

T'7'ri (hlUt'l) 2}r.n.m. 

uTn (hm'm) in/, d^^i^ 

}ut. DJpni, iv.s. "'^.p'^n':., pt.p. 

Dl7ri to strike, smite, 
stamp; to beat to pieces; 
to disperse. 

D^'-H (h«lp'ni) adv. hither, 
here. 



^k^^. 



R?,n (h?'l$m) pr.n.m. 
^^^J^n (h^lmu'^) / hammer. 
on (h5ra) or DH (h$ni) 

pr.n. of a country near 

the Ammonites. 
on* (hem) or 1^}^r\ (h5m$.') 

«i, only pi iv.s. Cn^M, 

bustle, multitude [= Tipnj. 
on (hfm), T\t^'i\ (h?'mm<i) 

pron. pers. 3. pi m [and f] 

they, themselves. 
Nri^Dn (h$mm'd5'-a-(i) pr.n. 

m. [Persian]. 

non (h5m5') inf ni»n, 
fut. n^n',, 3. pi i'',^h^ 

cohort. iT^nj?^, pt. f 

T^m, n;^on,"pi." niDh and 

n1V.pn, to sound, hum, 
gnarl, growl, bark, coo, 
rustle, roar, shout; to be 
agitated and noisy. 

^Itpn (h5mp'n) »n, c "ppn. 
pi D^jbq, bustle, tumult, 
noise, agitation, com- 
motion; crowd, plenty. 

•^.^"^^n (hampn?') pr.n. of a 
town. 

'^'^'^J^ (hgmyr) / sound. 

ppn = l>p>n, see \^\ Hi. 

*^''Pl! see niD. 

n^rpn (hamyur) and T(;^'^^r^ 

(hnmyi5') / noise. 



DDn 



79 



-in 



Dpn (h^m^'m) [= Din] fut. 
DH^, w.s. D^n^ to drive, 
agitate, trouble, confound, 
disturb, disperse; to undo. 

jUn (hjma'n) jyr.n.m. 

^15'^' (hSma'fS) i», Only pi. 

D'^Dttn, brushwood. 
DDH see DDD A'i.. 
*]n* (h?n) pron., see HiH. 

^n* (hen) adv. lo! behold!; 
con/, whether, if. 

^^\] (he'nnf) ["jH] pron. 
pers. 3. pZ. /■ they, them- 
selves. 

n^p (he'nnf) atZi;. hither, 
here. 

niin (hinnc') in«e>;/. lo! see!; 
w.s. V.^n, t.p. "'JA'"^ behold 
me! = here I am. 

"^G- U'',?n see n^J Hi. 

^\)i^. (hanae^a') / permis- 
sion of rest, ease. 

Dpn see -•'1 

>'*'^l' (hcn^") pr.w. of a town 
in Mesopotamia. 

nSjn (han5f5') / a shaking ; 

sieve. 
D^ (hp) m^e/y. hist! hush! 

silence ! 

npn (h565') Hi. fat. cnii, 



nnon see n^o m. 

^i^p' n^^\^ see n^V Hi 
^'^^'^^ (hnfu^?') / cessation. 



(hifrc^) inf. TJIDH, ^DH, 

TjiDH ^r. and in^r. to turn, 
to turn over or about, to 
turn back; to change, to 
pervert; to overturn, 
distroy. — Ni. '^CH^, fut. 

"=iP-'7"5 P^- ^\W}h to turn 
oneself, to be changed, 
perverted, overturned, de- 
stroyed. — Ho. "^B^ri 
(hghpa'c^) to be turned 
against. — Hith.pt. T]2npp 
to turn oneself, to be 
changed, to roll oneself. 

"T]Sn (he'fec^) and ?]Sn 
(he'fec^) m the reverse, the 
contrary. 

TjSn (hp'fgc^) m, w.s. Q25?n 
(iiQfk^rf)§'m), perversity. 

n^^Sri (hafec^a') / over- 
throw, destruction. 



(hafac^parf)) adj. 
turned, crooked, tortuous. 
HTin (h|iBB5l5') / deliver- 



IT T 

ance. 



']^n (ho'Bea) m a weapon. 

in (h^r) m. w. loc. n nin, 
ri^ru], w.s. nqn, pi. Dnn, 



in 



80 



nivptf'n 



w. aH. Dn.nn, c. nn and 

"'."iTljl, mountain, hill, hilly 

country, 
"in see Tin. 
Nnn (h5r5') pr.n. of a 

district in Assyria. 

•'.'^"I'l (h§r'?'l) m hearth, 
altar. 

ninnn see nni ^i. 
^<. iiin, p«. p. ^nn to 

kill, to murder, to slay. 
— Ni. inf. ^l^.nS [for 
^7)^^:^] fnt. ^.^v;. to be 
killed'. — Pu. :ip_n to 
be slain, 
^"in (hg'r^^) m murder, 
slaughter. 

nnn (h?!-^') *n/. nin, inn, 
M "inni, nqn, p«. / 
nnin, n;;n, pi nnin, 

nlin, to conceive, to be 
pregnant; □''lln parents. — 
Pu. n"}'^ to be conceived; 
to conceive [in mind]. 

rriri (h^tii;;') adj., only / 

n-in [also nnr.], ,. nnri, 

j[)?. ninn pregnant. 

I^nn (hno'n) and V'Hn 
( hv'ruyp'ji ) w conception, 
pregnancy. 



np'>nn (harler) /■ a thing 
torn down, ruin. 

n^pnn (h«rlBu'0-) / de- 
struction. 

D^n (hjru'm); Din (hpr§'m) 
pr.n.m. 

V'^Il! (h^rmp'n) = "(IpiX 
citadel, tower [others: 
Hermon or Armenia]. 

)]7v (h?r5'n) pr.n.m. 

^y^ (hjr^'fl) imp. 'D^l, 
(hary'6), w.s. nD"]n (horB^'h), 

fut.D'in^, Dini, ?>«• Din, 

pt. p. w. art. D^"inn, to 
pull down, to tear, break, 
destroy. — Ni. fut. D^n";. 
to be pulled down, to be 
destroyed. — Pi. inf. D"in, 

fut. Din], pt. qin^' to 

tear down. 

Cinn (h§'r§B) m destruction 
[others: lion; or = Din 
sun]. 

'^nn see TsJT) HI 

Tyj} see "in. 

^I^l! (har^rD, H'^n (h^t'rarl') 

m mountaineer. 
2f^'n see DiB^' Hi. 
Dt)^*^ (h$§?'m) pr.n.m. [= 

nU'Dr^*n (h^gmd'u'^) / an- 
nouncement. 



y.^0 



81 



:i^?l 



ytrn see n;:;*^' m. 

•^.infD^n see r:n'^* Hiih. 

n^linrin see i^n mui. 
^nnn see n^n mth. 
vnn see nnx ^i. 



TJp^rin see D^n Hi. 

^nn (h59-«i'i) Pi", fui. hr.r\] 

to mock, to deride. 

bnn, trin see ^^n m. 
? .'■■ "^ '■•■■■ ' "^ 

t^rin (hgO-o'l) m, only jdZ. 
D'^^^rr'"!! mockery,, derisioa. 



1 



*l the sixth letter of the "It^ (vazii'r) m guilt [or adj. 

alphabet, called IT. [nail, 

hook]; as a numeral = 6. 
1: 1? I5 1 conj. and, and 

therefore, also, then, yet. 
mi (v*dgL'ii) 2>r.?i. of a place 

in Arabia [Aden?]. 
^jj^ (v$hc'b) pr.n. of a town 

near the river Arnon. 
*11 (v5v) 7H, only pi. D^l.T., 

c ""ll^, nail, hook. 



guilty]. 

^^,[.1 (v^yzs'^S-?) pr.n.m. 
[Persian]. 

7*^1 (v5ia'd) and lh (vg'led) 
m child [= n.^,^.].' ' 

n;-?! (v&nyr); p?; (vQfer); 

^?^^ (vastr) pr.n/. [Per- 
sian]. 



T the seTenth letter of the 
alphabet, called ]'!}, [weap- 
on]; as a numeral = 7. 

wolf. 
^f!:l (z^'?'t>) pr.n.m. 
riSi (zp9') pron. dem. f 

this, that; once "rNi. 
"f?J (z5b9,'ti) to present 

with. 

Hebrew-English. 



l-^T (z?ib^'d) pr.n.m. 
III'T (zg'bgd) m present, gift. 

^^^1 (z&bdi'); '^^^^51 (zab- 

drri); nnn] (z^'bady^'j, 

'n^l^^ (z'^badyg'hy) pr.n.m. 

l-i?T (z^bu'b) «^, p?. c. ^2}2l 
fly, musquito; 2*11] ^^2 
Lord of the flies, Beel- 
zebub. 

6 



nm 



82 



2il 



T^H] (zf^u'd) and "li3T 

(z§,bbu'd) pr.n.m. 
njliZlT (z'^byd?.') pr.n.f. 

^^ni, bnt (z^hu'l) m hab- 
itation, dwelling-place. 

lu'n) pr.n.m. Zebiilon. 

n^i, fnt. nnr, j^<! np.i, 

pi. D"'n5j to slaughter, 
kill, sacrifice. — Pi. nsi, 

«V- nni, /•««. nsi;, pi. 

nzir.p, to sacriiice [re- 
peatedly]. 

"'n^l [once m'n^l] slaugh- 
tering, sacrifice, victim; 
meal, repast. 

'^?,I (ze'b^^) pr.n.m. 
,^i (zpb$.'y) pr.n.m. 

riT^l see nin]. 

NJ*^[ (z"biu5') pr.n.f. 

-51 (z5b,^'i) /m<. w».s. ^:t:?r 

to dwell or lie with. 

bll' see ^U]. 

~5- (z'tu'l) pr.n.m. 

^1 (z5?) m skin of grapes. 

IT (z?d) «(?/. [or pt. of nil], 
2>Z. Oni, proud, insolent, 
wanton, wicked. 



I '71 (zijdo'n) wi, C. "in], 

pride. 

''I (z$) />ron. dej?i. m, ?<;. 
aH. riTH, this, that, such; 
pron. rel. m M'ho, which; 
adv. here, there; Hitp 
hence; HTS here. 

nr = rip. 
HT (zp) = ni<i. 

Unj (z5hrb) J»: C. nn] gold, 

shekel of gold; gold- 
coloured oil. 

DHT (z5h$'m) Pi. qrii to 
make loathsome. 
^UiL (z§.'h$m) pr.n.m. 

nnt (z5h&'r) Ni. "in]J, j9«. 
inu to be enlightened or 
taught, to take warning. 
— if/. 1"'nin to enlighten, 
to teach, to warn; to 
shine. 

"IHT (zo'hCir) m brightness. 

IT 5 VT (ziv) m brightness 
of flowers; month of 
flowers [May]. 

IT = ni, rsi. 

if (zu) pron. dem. and rel. 
m and / = HT and TST. 

l^T (zub) /-/. and pt. 31, 

/ nn;, c. n5i, f„t. 2.]\ to 

flow, to flow abundantly; 



mi 



83 



nn 



to have a flux of blood; 

to melt, to pine away. 
3iT (zob) m monthly courses ; 

gonorrhoea. 
TIT (zud) ["I^i] to seethe; to 

be proud, arrooant. — Hi. 

TVlH, /"«• "^lll, "T.D to 

cause to boil, to cook; to 

act proudly, wickedly. 
C^T^T (zuzi'm) pr.n.m. pi. 

tribe of gigantic aborigines 

in Palestine. 
PinlT (zo^e'-B-) pr.n.m. 

^\^^X (zavro-) /, only pi. 

ni^l)^ corner [of an altar], 
corner-pillar. 
^^t (zyi) pt. ^l to pour out, 
to lavish. 

n^-iT (zyla) f, C. rh^\ W.S. 

■'H/TI removal; prep, be- 
sides, except. 

^^T (zun) Ho. pt. "nO to be 
well fed. 

n^iT = riJi see ("Jl.. 

^*^T (zv'a') to move oneself, 
to tremble. — Pi. pt. y.iyiO 
to agitate, to vex. 

^/i)] (z^vaY) / terror, 

vexation. 

"I^T (zur) pf. "1|, pi. il'i. and 

n] [or from l^v], /««• 



ni^t] to press together, to 
press out, to bind up, to 
crush, to squeeze; to re- 
cede, to retreat, to turn 
away; pt. ^\ strange, 
stranger, foreigner, adult- 
erous. — Ni. "1]^ to 'turn 
away. — Ho. pt. TntD to 
be estranged. 

nH/lT (zur§') adj. f crushed 
[see 1-1]. 

NT I (zaz?,') pr.n.m. 

nnt (zf^a'^) Ni. fut. nil 
to be displaced. 

^nt. (za^ri) pt. ^n'], pi. c. 

''^'^n.'], to creep, crawl; to 
steal off timidly. 
ri^nT (zo^e'ieO-) / serpent, 
reptile [in the pr.n. 

n^n'n px]. 

I*''!! (zMp'n) adj. seething, 

swelling, raging. 
**''T (zlz) m fulness; what 

moves and lives, animal. 

(zinr);i^,l (zi'^O; n'l'(^it) 

pr.n.m. 
^''t (zif) pr.n. of a town 

in Judah; gent. ''2''1. 
nS*T (zlfa'j pr.n.m. 

nlp^T, D^P^T see pi. 

^^J_ (za'yIO-) 7n, i.p. r:,;, c. 
8* 



)m 



84 



UU 



n^l, pi. DTn, olive-tree, 
olive, olive-branch, olive- 
oil; D^r^.M in the Mount 
of Olives. 

1*^ A (zc9-l.i'n) pr.7i.m. 

T]l(z§c^)mf;, r>. "I, /n^i, 

transparent, clear, pure, 
innocent. 

n^^ (z5c^a') /»^. HD]^ to be 
transparent, clear, pure, 
innocent. — Fi. HDl, fat. 
^51? to cleanse, purify. — 
Bitli. npin to cleanse one- 
self. 

n^poT (z'd)m'^) f glass, 

crystal. 

1^7^ (zijc^u'r) «rf/-, ^f.s. 
t]"]1D}, born as a male. 
coll. males. 

I^^I (z^kkv'r) ; ^'T\_ (z$kk$'y) 
pr-n.m. 

T]!Dt (zfc^^'c^) to shine, to 
be bright, pure. — Hi. "IH 
to cleanse. 

"I.?I (z5d)i3i'r) iuf. i:;, lb], 

imp. ")!?], /■««. 12]: to 
pierce; to impress [on the 
memory], to remember, 
recollect, mention. — iVt. 
15]^, fut- 15 j? to be re- 
membered, mentioned; to 
be born as a male [from 



121]. — Hi. 1^3]n, inf. 

to bring to remembrance, 
to mention, to record [p^ 
historiographer]; to praise, 
to offer praise, to burn 
incense. 

"I.?J (z*cf)*r) )», vl. on.;], 
a male [of men and ani- 
mals], man. 

"1?* (zc'cficr), ipj.* (z.r*$r) m, 
w.s. ''1?"i. remembrance, 
memory; memorial, fame, 
praise. 
'r,i (z§'c^$r) prn.m. 

]T\^] (zlkkgrp'n) m, c. Ill^l 
W..5. T):n5T, ^;. D^Ji?! and 
niy"151, memorial, re- 
membrance, record, ac- 
count; memorable saying; 
celebration. 
JrT (zIc^iT) pr.n.m 

Hxl?! (z'f^H^rys') and ^nn2] 

(z|c^$ry5'hu) pr.n.m. 
P^'pT (zyiiu'O-) / baseness. 
'^irj .(z.^iz$'i) }«, only p?. 

9"','ri*?l, shoot, twig. 
^^l i^m'l) pi. ^.hl to be a 

glutton, to squander, to 

debauch; to be mean, 

miserable, despised. — Ni. 

7^ to be shaken, to quake. 

— Hi. ^''^.T] to despise. 



isy^i 



85 



mi 



c. ri2y/i, hot wind, heat. 

nS^T (ziip^') pr.n.f. 

n^T (zlmm5') /". c. r^^u plan, 
counsel; evil deed, lewd- 
ness, incest, apostasy. 

pi. D^nbl, vine-twig, shoot, 
branch. 

^nlr^i see D^l. 

2)P1 (z^mzo'm) pr.n., only 
pV QVP.iPl, a tribe of 
gigantic aborigines in the 
country of the Ammonites. 

n^'PJ (zfmi'r) m vine-cutting. 

'T'P'r (z^mrr) m, pi. n1"ip], 

song, hymn, song of praise 

or triumph. 
n i*uT (z^mirg;') pr.n.m. 
UDT (zfm^'m) pf. 1. sg. 

Tipi and T.l^l, t«/. 

nlDi,VH«.Ci;, p^.'-Or [for 

itDP], pf. Dpi, to muse, 

meditate, think, devise, 

resolve, plot. 
DUT (zami'm) in, t^.5. ^^pl 

plan, plot. 
^PJ (z^mS'n) P«. pt. ;D!p to 

be appointed, determined, 
determined time. 



"IPJ (zfra^i'r) to cut off, to 
pinch off [vines]. — Ni. 
flit. 1^^^ to be pruned. — 
Pi. "1,^1. inf. and imp. "1^1, 
fi(f- "1,T?I% to harp on 
chords, to play, sing, 
praise, celebrate. —- — ^ 

npt (zg'm^r) m an unknown 
animal, wild goat, gazelle 
or antelope. 

n^DT (zimr^') and nipi 
(zirara'^) /. c. rilDl, _pL 
n1"]!p"[, music, song, praise, 
object of praise, choice 
things. 

n?9T (zTmi-r); ]y:?\ (zlmrs'n) 
pr.n.m. 

jl (zan) m, pZ. D^J], species, 
sort, kind. 

2;5T (zfna'b) Pi 2i] [from 
3^1.] to beat or destroy 
the rear. 

-iJT (zjua'b) m, w.s. "i^^lr p?. 

nn;i, c. rrin^i, tail, 'end, 

stump; something mean. 

njT (z5na ) inf "M, n"i:i, 

)^. f ruin, im'pf. njj, 
/• n:7, pz. D^;, niJi, 'to 

fornicate, to whore, to 
commit adultery ; pi. f HJi, 
nJll harlot; to apostatise, 
to commit idolatry, to 
have intercourse with false 



mjT 



gods or foreigners. — Pu. 
^\^^^ wliorlng is committed. 

— Hi. "41'"'' ^^Z^- '''•^• 
nniJin^, to seduce to 
whoredom, to commit for- 
nication. 

nijj (zjno'ad^) pr.n. of two 
places. 

D'^pi^T (z^nuni'm) m!pl. whore- 
dom, idolatry, intercourse 
with foreigners. 

r^^t (z'nv'o-) /, pi Q^n^J], 

idolatry, apostasy, unfaith- 
fulness. 

r\yi (z5n^'^) fut. nri) to 
reject.— M. rv:]ri, n^J]Nri 

to reject, profane; to cause 

or produce stench; to be 

dried up [a river]. 
py[ (z5nCi'k) Pi. fut. p^r to 

leap forth. 
n>7. (ze'?') /, c. nyi sweat. 

nv^n (z^"av^') /[for nvi]] 

terror, vexation. 
|,]^,1 (74"'^v5'n) pr.n.m. 
1^] (z^'c'r) m a little, a 

trifle; adv. a little while, 

Tjyt (zti'^'c^) A^'. T]|y]J to be 

extinguished. 
^V\ (z^M'm) t/n;). HOVJ, 

^^ DV' to be irritated or 



angry; to punish, to curse. 
— Ni. pt. D^^'p. to be 
angry, black-browed. 

D>;i (za"$m) m, i.p. DVl 
IV. s. ''PVI, anger, wrath, 
rage. 

^V] (zr*f) pt. pi. D^Dvi, 

to be angry, to look sor- 
rowful or sullen. 

^VX (z*'?'0 adj. angry, 
irritated. 

^1 (z&"af) m, w.s. i£Vi 
anger, rage, raging [of the 
sea]. 

P^^} (z5'^'k) inf. pi/], imp. 
pV], A/«. pVV, to cry, 
lament, implore. — i\7. 
P,*^]^, /««. P.Vv^ to be called 
together, to assemble. — 
Hi. inf py.]ri, imp. pyin, 
fut. pl!]l to cry; to call 
together. 

(z^\\k5') f €. r^p.-V.l outcry, 
complaint, lamentation. 

^mS"[ (zifro'n) pr.n. of a 
town in northern Palestine. 

n£>T (z?'ft^9-) /, i.p. nsi, 

pitch. 
pT (zok) j«, only pi D^-?i 
and rilp"*"!, fetter, chain; 
burning dart, fierv arrow. 



*|[JJ (z?k5'n) m and /. c. ]'p.]. 



n:nii 



*]pt* (zake'n) /h^ p.I^ to 1)C 
or grow old. — Bi. fut. 
VI?.]1 to grow old. 

pt^ (zake'n) «rf/., c p.], 

pz. D^:j?.!, c. ^}:y>\, oii 

aged; «i old man. elder, 

senator. 
']py (zp'kgn) m old age. 
rijfpt (ziknr) / and U]}-^}^ 

vi!pl. old age. 
5]p.t (z?ka'f) p^ ?]pj to lift 

up, to raise. 

pj^T (zaka'k) Pi. pf} to 
purify, refine. — Pu. pjp.j, 
pt. pi^l^ to be purified, 
refined. 

IT (zar) adj. [pt. of lit], / 
nni, p?. □"'T, strange, 
alien, foreign. 

"IT (zer) m border, ledge, 

edge. 
^*yi (zfra') m something 

loathsome. 
'yy[ (zara'b) Pu. fut. 2T^ 

to be made to flow [others : 

to be heated]. 
^J-^ J ! (z«rubbab6'l) pr.n.m. 

' J,I (ze'red) pr.n.. i.p. *T"1,\, 
brook or valley in Moab. 



' 'jT (zara') inf. fllT. , imp. 

'nj[,fuf.r['r\;:,y\%'pt.rr\) 

to scatter, to winnow. — 
Ni. inf. riiTH to be scat- 
tered. — Pi.'rni , inf nn; , 
fut. nil), pt. rnvq to 

scatter, disperse; to win- 
now, sift. — Pu. HT, pt. 

ni; [for rr:^] to be 

strawn, to be spread out. 

w.s'.'vi],'piny,% riiv% 

c. ''Vn* the arm, the lower 
arm, shoulder [of animals] ; 
strength , power, might, 
army; violence; help. 

^"nT (zcrp'a') and t/*n,l (ze- 

things sown, garden herbs. 
'^''T^.T (zarzi'f) m heavy 

shower. 
T'THT (z^trzi'r) m girded. 

'^^t (zara'^) inf. Iji"!, fut. 

nil? to flash up. to shine 

forth, to rise [of the sun] ; 

to break out, to grow up, 

to bloom. 
''J*, (ze'ra^) m. w.s. "Hll, 

sun-rise. 
' ' J*." (ze'ra^) pr.n.m. ; patron. 

'nil. 



CT 



88 



22n 



DnT (z5ra'in) to -wasli away. 
— Po. Oy, to pour out. 

^'^X (ze'rom) ni, i.p. Dl\ 
shower of rain, flood, hail- 
storm. 

,T :■ (zl'"'"5') / emission 
[of seed]. 

V^l (z5rri") in/, yil, imp. 

y,l], fnt. vnr, pt. yiT, pt. p. 

Vl\ to scatter, to strew 
seed, to sow, to plant. — 

Ni. v,liJ, fut. >nr to be 

sown, to be scattered, to 
be propagated. — Pu. VI i 
to be sown. — Bi. fut. 
y^?.]!, pt. yn.lO to yield 
seed; to conceive seed. 

vnj, (zriti') VI, i.p. yii^. c. 
ynj, and yT, H'.s. \yii, 

^Z. W.5. DD ">!;"] i_ sowing-; 



seed, corn, crop; issue, 
progeny, posterity, famil}', 
race. 

j i>n! (z?'r5,'p'u) m, only pi. 
C^jVIJ... vegetables. 

P^l (zar^'k) /m/. pnj^ to 
scatter, strew, sprinkle; 
i/itr. to be sprinkled. — 
Pu. pT to be sprinkled. 

"^.^r (z^ru'r) Po. fut. 11.ii; 
to sneeze. 

"1!!ir (z5i-$'i-) p/- it>^- '1: [or 
from 111] to be pressed out. 

^*^\.{z^'rB)pr.n.f. [Persian]. 

^')l (zrit'9-) f span [others : 
the little finger]. 

^^^1 (z$tta'); qni (z-^n'm)-, 

'^p. [Persian] (z'^H'v) 
pr.n.m. 



I I the eighth letter of the 
alphabet, called fl'TI [fence]; 
as a numeral = 8. 

— n (c^ol)) m, w.s. ""Iin bosom. 

^,5" i^^W) and ^2r\, imp. 
VI \3q [for nsq] to hide 
oneself. — Ni'. XSqj, 2. sg. 
m nx^ni, inf. M^nn, /«^ 
i<,?nr, /)^ ^^ D'xin; to 

conceal oneself, to be 



hidden; to step back. — 
Pu. NSri to hide oneself. 

— Bi. N^Snri, fuf. N3n!l. 
to hide, conceal. — J/o. 
N3pM (hCt(^b5') to be hidden. 

— Bith. K2nr;^,-; to hide 

or conceal oneself. 
22n {d)(\Wh) pt. 22~ to 
love, to cherish. 
tP^ (S)pV^''.») pr.u.vi. 



•'.3" 



nnn see N^H. 
1l2n (^$hp'r) pr.n. of a 
tributary of the Euphrates. 

n^isn (^abur?') aud n"j-i3n 

(^pbyra') / stripe, wound. 

t:nn (^aba't) fat. tipHl, 

pt. tD3"n to knock, to 
strike, to beat out. — Ni. 
fat. t33n^ to be beaten out. 

n^^n (^ab^y^;') pr.n.m. 
^"i^^n (^gbyo'n) m a hiding, 
covering, tent, hut. 

■^'Zin^, p«. p. '^'r'^j to bind, 
to pledge.— iVuM /in.^ 
to be pledged. — P/. ^2n^ 
flit. ^^^] to labour in 
childbirth, to bring forth 
with pain. 

<?"^ (^?t>^'l) inf ^^Q, /«^- 
'r'Zini to act perversely. — 
Ni. fut. /.nn,'!. to be in- 
jured, destroyed. — Pi. 
inf b^n, fid. b2ri] to in- 
jure,^ ravage, destroy. — 
Pu. "P^n to be broken, to 
be diminished. 

bzn (^e'bei) m, pi. D^,^;n. 

c. ^,/5D pain, pains of 
^ birth.' 
^in (^e'W) m [once /"], 

;>V. D\t'?r), c. (t'^D and 



"'_'75r)j cord, rope, line, 
snare; measuring - line, 
portion of land, district; 
troop, band of men. 

^in (^abp'i) m and ^^^U 
(^abpl5') f a pledge. 

^^n (^ibbfl) m rope, cable 
[others: mast or helm]. 

7Zin (^pbe'l) m, pi. c. 'b^ri, 
sailor, shipman. coll. crew. 

np^if^n (^ab^BB§'l§5') / a 
flower, lily, daffodil, cro- 
cus or meadow-saffron. 

n*^^in (^ab^BBlnya') pr. 
n.m. 

pin (^aba'k) pt. f ri^nn, 

to embrace. — Pi. inf. p,5n. 

fut. p,5n^ to embrace, 

clasp, hug. 
plin (^ibbQ'k) m folding of 

the hands. 
p-ip^n (^abakka'k) pr.n.m. 

"Iin (^abn'r) pt. I5'n, pt. p. 
I'Zin to be bound together, 
to be united; to conjure, 
charm, fascinate. — Pi. 

inn, inf inn, fut. inn; 

to bind, unite. — Pu. inn, 

fut. inri;, IV. s. "ilbri; 

(y^e^obrd^?') [or for Q. 
rn^DI], to be joined, to 
be bound together. — Hi. 
I^nnn to string together, 



inn 



90 



itr\ 



to compose. — Hith. "l,5nrn 
[once ISnOJ^] to unite 
oneself. 

"i.?n (c^,vh^'r) m, pi. Dnnn, 

conjurer, sorcerer. 
an associate. 

inn (d)ai,e'i-) a^j.. pi. Dnnq. 

joined, united; associate, 
companion, friend. 

"inn* (ei^'b^r) m, pz. Dnnq, 

community, company, so- 
ciety; spell, charm, en- 
chantment. 
"inn* (^rVgr) ["l^p] pr.n.m.; 

patr. n?ri. 
nnnnnn (e^abarburr) f, 

only /)L nll^n^ri, stripe, 
streak. 

nnnn (^^bi-r) /• society. 

company. 

nnnn see nnuq. 

^innn (e^^bro'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah; alsojt>r.n.}n., 

patr. '':n?r). 

rrDr\_ (c^ab^'rea-) /, see 

nnnn (rf)oi)ij'r(?^) /■ joining-, 

junction. 

iw/). ti^l^n. fut. ^'^n.l and 



to bind on, to wrap round; 
to bind up [a wound], 
ti'^Iin surgeon; to saddle; 
to cover, envelop, enclose; 
to govern, rule. — Pi. ^^V^, 
pt. ^'Znp to bind up, to 
restrain. — Pu. *^%[} to be 
bound up. 

^50 (^5M'^) m. only pi. 
D"'nnq, baked things, 
pastry. 

w. art. -)!nn, iv.s. Vill, pi. 
n"',^n, c. \^r\, festival, feast. 

^,^rj (^ygg?') [for n;)n] / 

fear, trembling. 
n:n* (d)5?5'b) m, pi. D^p^q 

[eatable] locust. 
J-^^i; (^?^5'b) pr.n.m. 

'^n (^yggi') /««. -3n;, pi. 

lilln^, jt»«. j^.ln to dance, 
to move in a procession, 
to keep a festival; to reel, 
to be giddy. 

only p?. "Il^n. ravine, cleft. 

1i-?n (dKi^o'r) adj., pi. r. 
^li-iq, girded. 



I^jU 



91 



ty'in 



"^"^^n {^'^^o't) m girdle. 
nnuH (d^agorg') /•, 7V.S. 

^nnl^q, pi. ni:.q, girdle. 

apron. 

^.5n (^^gg^'y); ^.^Q (^&ggi'); 

n^^n (e^aggiyyft') pr.n.vi. 

n^^^n (^Qgl5') pr.w/. 

"l^n (^ag?l'r) inf. "I-JlI, tmp- 

p«. I^.'n, pt. p. "li^n, w;. art. 
"l-uHH, to bind about, to 
gird, to put on. 
"in (^ad) adj., f ""n, sharp. 

^f^rj (^ada'd) fid. ini to be 
sharp ; to be quick. — Ei. 
fui. ini to sharpen. — Eo. 
'^TvT\ to be sharpened. 

"^in (^''da'd) pr.n.m. 

^'^^ i^Ht) fid. "n"*.! to be 
glad, to rejoice. — Pi. fui. 
HTin^ to gladden, to cheer. 

n^^n (^addu'd) m, only pi. 
DHimO, sharp point. 

nnn f^gdva') / joy. 

^^"D (#5drd) pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin. 

'TT\ (^ad?l'l), Hn* (^fde'l), 
w. interrog. H ^T^7,inn , in/. 

fid.' b'lr^l, pi 'h'^r^i, "to 



cease, to leave off; to ab- 
stain, refrain, desist; to 
quiet, resign; to rest. 

t'nn^ (£^5de'l) adj., c. ^iq, 
ceasing, failing, forsaken, 
forbearing. 

''in (#e'd§l) m, i.p. ^'jn, 
resting-place of the dead, 
grave. 



'y) pr.n.m. 
Pin (^e'dek), p*n (e^e'dek) 

m a thorn, thorn-bush. 
^pnn (^idde'kel) j^r.w., the 

river Tigris. 

"inn (^adar) pt. f ^'1^^, 

to enclose, to assault. 
"Tin (^g'der) 7n, t>. Tjn, 
It;. Zoc. n nnnn, t^. ar^. 

?.p. niinq, c' inq, _?>?. 

D^l^q, c. n.in appart- 
ment, chamber, sleeping- 
room, bride-chamber; re- 
cess, inmost part. 

Tjnnn (^$dra'd))^r.w., either 
a Syrian king, or a town 
and district near Da- 
mascus. 

^m (^ada's) Pi. ^'"ijn^ 

imp. tr^'-.n, fid. u'^n]'. to 

renew, restore. — Hith. 
^".Dr^~ to renew oneself, 
to make oneself young 
again. 



^:in 



92 



^^I 



^**jn (c^5d5's) adj., IV. art. 

^l1t^•''T^]. new, fresh, youug. 
renewed, unusual; unheard 
of news; new sword. 

t^nh {^o'm) m [once /], 

n'.5. Iti^'in (rfjydsp'), pi 
D^rin (^od55i'ni), IV. art. 

new moon, day of the new 
moon; month. 

"•^lO (^Q^sr) jor.n. of a 
district near Lake Gen- 
nezaret. 

^^n (e^yb) Pi 2V to make 

guilty. 
^"in (^pb) ,u deht. 

n J in (ei)pV)5') pr.n. of a place 
north of Damascus. 

^^n (^^y^) p/-. Jin, to de- 
scribe a circle, to enclose. 

-^ii I (rf)Ci?) in circle, horizon, 
the vault of heaven. 

nTl (cf)qd) pf. "in, imp. 
^1'''^^ /^<^- "^"C^T- ^0 propose 
a riddle or a parable. 

nin (rt)5v5') Pi. M. M:,.n^, 

to announce, relate. 

nin* (f^&vvr) /■. pi. r]n 

(d)i:ivvp'-9-), tent, vilhige of 
nomads. 



nin^ (^^vv5') pr.n.f. of the 
first woman, Eve [= life]. 
nn (t^5z,l'y) pr.n.m. 

and Cn^q, hook; thorn, 
thorn-bush; fissure, cleft. 

t^in (ei^yt) ?n thread, mea- 
suring-line, cord. 

*'?J^ (c^Ivvj') pr.n.m. of a 
Canaanitic tribe, Hivite.s. 

'Iv'^'^n (^'^vHs') ;,r.w. of a 
country in northern Arabia. 

^Ti'(ci^ai), "r^n {m) pf.bn^ 

inf. AT\, imp. ^-lU, ^^"Tin, 

.1 - ' IT' IT' I • T ' 

'HUr to turn in a circle, 
to whirl, twist, writhe; to 
be in labour [of child- 
birth]; to be afraid, to 
tremble, to reel; to wait, 
hope; to revolve, to rage, 
to assault, to be strong or 
pithy. — Pi. y^in, V«^ 
t^^ln], pt. "T^lnp to dance 
in a circle; to bear a 
child, to produce; to cause 
to bring forth; to hope, 
wait. — Pt(. 'r^^^in to be 
born. ^ IJi. b'nn. fut. 
■ f?l to cause to tremble; 
to twist, shake, tremble; 
to wait anxiously; to be 
in labour. — //o. fut. 'TQl"' 



^*n 



93 



•1]n 



to be horn. — Bith. ^,^.1non 
to writhe with pain; to 
whirl oneself; to wait, 
hope. — Hithpalp. fut. 
^n*?Dr*? to he terrified, 

^ grieved. 

''^n (^iji) pr.n. of an Ara- 
maean district. 

^^n (^oi) m sand. 

2*n (^ym) adj. sunburnt, 
black. 

npln (^pma') [.T^n] /, c. 

r,»1n, pi. niDin, du. 

D\'2"i?:D'in, enclosure, wall; 
chaste maiden. 

D^n (^y6) pt. on, imp. 

np-n, fat. c*n^, cn^, cn;i 

(v|iyy5'^yfi) to commiserate, 
to pity, to spare. 

5^1n [?in] (d|pf) m coast, 
shore. 

w.7?i.; pcUr. "'pSiPI. 

^in (^qb) m, w. loc. n ri*i'n, 
"'^•nn, pi. nli:"n, nrin 

outside, exterior, street, 
lane, field; adv. without, 
outside; "f'np from with- 
out [opp. n."'3P]; except. 
p'in (^ok) m bosom. 

"1,1" (e^5va'r) fut. i.p. ni^n,\., 
to be white, to grow pale. 



"Tin, ^"iln see in, nh. 

*lin 5 in (^yr) «t fine white 
linen or cotton, white 
cloth, byssus. 

lin (e^yr) ;u hole, prison. 
I^n (^ur) pr.n.m. 

"■'" (c^url') pr.n.m. 
^^■'" (^urg'm) pr.n.m. = 

jy||G (^$vr5'n) j)r.M. of a 
district south of Damascus, 
Auranitis. 

t^^n (^as) [iJ^'^n] 2>/. *^'n^ 
inf. tr'in, m^;. n:i''*n, fut. 

tr'^n^, D'nr}i, to ' make 
haste, to flee, to hasten to, 
pt.p.l^^n hasty; to feel, to 
be affected.— Z^/. fut. tS'^n; 
to cause to haste, to haste, 
to flee, to do quickly. 

nfrin(^asa);\ti:-in(^asry); 

□ ^*-^''n (^ysi'm); D^'lH 
(^us5'm) pr.n.m. 

Dnins Dnh {^oH'm) m 

seal, signet-ring. 
Url III (^pO-a'ra) pr.n.m. 
^f^^JH' ^.^^J^jn (^az5'e'i) 

pr.n.m. of a king of Syria. 

ntC' (^5z5') m/"- f^l'iri, imp. 

nin, A<^ nin,^, tnit, pt. 



IVT 

nVn, pi. U^p to split, di- 
vide; to see, look, behold, 
observe, gaze; to select; 
to prophesy. 
ntn (e^5z§') »n, c. H i.q , pi. 
niin, middle part or breast 
of animals. 

ntn (^pzr) m \pt. of nm], 
c. nin, a seer, prophet, 
astrologer; covenant. 

**n ((^"zo') pr.n.m. 



'm 



W (* 



azo 111 



C. I 



inn 



vision, revelation, pro- 
phecy. 

vision, revelation. 

^"^^^ (el)yza''9-) /■ appearance, 
conspicuousness; vision, 
revelation ; covenant. 

nn (^5zi'z) m, c. riq, bolt, 
flash of lightning. 

*'*';.n (eij^zfr) wi swine, boar. 
1 ,10 (^fzl'r) pr.n.m. 

pTJi (d55zrk) inf. niPin 

(e^nzk?'), "«p- p,in, 'ij^in, 
/"wf. j^lp,?,, p^in.^ to be bound 
fast, to be attached; to 
make firm, to support, 
preserve; to be firm, 
strong, courageous; to con- 
quer, to hold fust. — Pi. 
p,i.n, inf. and imp. p^.O^ 



fut. p'.n^ to bind fast, to 
gird; to make firm, to 
encourage; to strengthen, 
support; to harden, ob- 
durate. — Hi. pV-Pn^ i^^f- 

P'J.nn, pi.qn, /arp^ini, 

pt- P^'H,^ to make firm, 
to strengthen; to hold fast, 
to seize, to retain, to keep; 
to be strong, firm; to be 
attached. — Hith. p^nrn 
to be confirmed; to prove 
courageous, valiant, help- 
ful. 
p*'^ (^?[z5'k) adj.., w. art. 

pinn, pi. DT.iq, c. ^^p, 

f '"^pID. strong, firm, va- 
liant; sound, poweiful, 
violent, hard. 

pjn (^5zric) adj. = P|n. 
pin (^fz^k) m. u'.s. ''pin, 

strength, might, help. 

pjn (^p'zgk) m = p.]n. 

npiH (^ezk5') /, c. npjn, 
the growing strong, 
strength, the overcoming. 

npTH (^ozk5') /a strengthen- 
ing, repairing; force, vio- 
lence, severity; •"IPt]'?? 
violently. 

^Pl" (rijizkr); ri^PlH (rtnz- 

kiyy5') and iH^pin (rt)Tz- 
klyyii'hy) [Hezekiah] pr.n.m- 



nn 



9^ 



^n 



nn (^5e^) 7n, w.s. '•nn, pi. 
D'nn, c. •'nn [= nlri] hook, 

brooch, ring. 
^pn (^"^r) »«, only pi. 

D''}m = nn. 

fut N'on;'., p«. NL^h/xiH, 
j^z. D\s'i?'n, / nN^ipn to 

fail, to miss; to sin, to 
forfeit; to endanger. — Pi. 
N'^L^n, fut. K^t^n] to atone 
for, to expiate, to clear 
from sin. — Hi. J<^ppn, 

inf. N^pnn, fut. N'pn,i, 

i<,t?nil,'i?«' ^^pHD to miss, 
fail; to cause to sin, to 
seduce, to make guilty, to 
condemn. ■ — Hith. Nt^nr^n 
to miss one's way [from 
terror]; to free oneself 
from sin. 

>^??n (^attr) m, pi Q^x^n, 

/ n>|:tf n, sinner, penitent. 

ixt^n, pi. D^N'^q, c. vstpq, 

sin, transgression, fault ; 
punishment of sin. 

nStpn (^ata'a') / siu; 

sacrifice for sins, 
njjtjn (^attgV) /sin, guilt, 
punishment. 

nstjn (^attr^-) /•, c. nxt:n, 
ic;.s. '•rxt^n, pi. n1i<^n, c. 



riNbn, sin, transgression; 
sin-offering, atonement. 

nton (^5t^'b) fut. nbq:, pt. 
npn, joz. c. '•ntpn, to cut 

wood, to split. — Pu. pt. 
2L2np to be hewn, sculp- 
tured. 
njj^n (^atijba') f only 2^1- 
mn'tpn , party - coloured 
texture, tapestry. 

ntjn (^itta) f pi. Q^L^n, 

wheat, grain of wheat. 

Itpn see N,t:n. 

tr*ltpn (^attus); Ntp^pn 

(e^atitr); ^5^1211 {mm)\ 

NS^pq (e^atlfa') pr.n.m. 

OPC (^ata'm) /m^. 1. 5(7. 

"Dfiiq^* (§^tQ'm), to limit, 

restrain. 
5]pn (^5ta'f) inf fjltpq, 

/i<«. '^pq.l, to snatch away, 

to rob. 
"ipn (^p'ter) m shoot, twig, 

rod. 

nt^n see rxL^n. 

^D (^*y) adj. i.p. ^n, tt;. 

«)•;. ^nn, cV, pi.^'^.n, c. 
"'^.n, /n;n, c. n;.n, r^.s. ^r;n, 

pi. ni^n, living, alive, 
vigorous, fresh, raw, run- 
ning [water]; in exclama- 
tions and oaths ""D = by 



^s^n 



96 



'iH^n 



the life of. as one lives; 

subst. pi. life, livelihood, 
refreshment. 
'^^ V (f^r?'0 pi'.n.m. 

pi. niTn, riddle, pnrable. 
proverb, oracle; song; in- 
trigue, 
n^^n (e^$y*') /)/. 3. sg. also 

'n, inf. n;n, ni;ri, imp. 

t.2>. "'n;;.!, to live, to exist, 
to enjoy life; to live anew, 
to recover, to be well. — 
Pi. n!|.n, inf. nlin, imp. 

to make alive, to enliven, 
to animate, to quicken; 
to preserve, to refresh, to 
rebuild. — Hi. n;nn, inf 
n?nn, nvnn, to preserve 
in life, to restore to life. 

n^n (^5yg') adj., fipi. ni]n, 

living, vigorous. 
HTl* (^$yyr)/, c. nin and 

in^n, xv.s. '•n^n, p/. r1";n, 

living being, animal, 
beast; life. 

i^.^n* (rf)Ciyy.a') / crowd, 
band, troop. 

ri^'^n (^^yyii'9-) / life, life- 
time. 

^Ti* see hn. 



^'>n^ 



)Ii) m pain, pang, 



trembling. 

Vx\, 'rn, it'.s. "I'^^n, pi 

D^,^;n, c. ^,^^n,' power, 
strength, valour; military 
force, army; wealth; vir- 
tue, honesty. 
"^"•n see ^n. 

^^^D (^?i$'ni) /»•■». of a 

town in Syria. 

\^y^ (^U?'n) pr.n. of a town 
in Judah. 
^'•n (^in) m beauty, grace. 

7?!1 (^rylB) »i wall. 

11^^n(^iBp'n)arf/.,/-n:i'i^n, 

outer, exterior, civil [opp. 
sacred]. 

P^D' pD (^?lt) »i bosom, 
lap; inside, hollow, en- 
closed part. 

n I'n (e^lrg') pr.n.m. 

D]1T' (rf)Ir5'm), DlTn (^iro'ni), 
Dj^iPl (^Cii-y'm) pr.n.m. of a 
king of Tyre. 

ntr'^n, to hasten. 
^*^r\^ (e^Is) «i haste; adv. 
hastily, swiftl}'. 

in^n see n^n'. 



o; 



i^^n 



T^n (^?d^) «i, iv.s. "".^n, pi. c. 

''Dn, palate, cavity of the 
month. 

HDn (^iic^a') pt. rQh. pi c. 

"•Dn, to wait for, to hope. 

— Pi. nrn. fut. nsn^, pt. 

"Dnip to wait for, to hope, 
to expect, to loug for, to 
tarry. 

niDn (^$kk5') /hook, aug-le. 

r!'J''pn (^adijlf') pr.n. of a 
hill near the desert of Siph. 

Hx— n (^ad^^ly?') pr.n.m. 

"^"•^PD {mm"^) «dj., c. 

'',?''/?D, darkling-, dim. 

n-i^^^Dn (^a(^lilu'5-) f dark- 
ening [of the eye], drunken- 
ness. 

P?~ (^5cl}*'m) imp. DSH, 
fut. Q=n.\ to be wise, in- 
telligent, prudent; to be- 
come wise. — Pi. fut. ^pyr. 

to make wise, to teach. — 
Pu. pt. DSrip to be 
cunning, clever. — Hi. pt. 
U^'J^T\t^ to make wise. — 
Hith. D?nrn to think one- 
self wise, to show oneself 
wise. 

Cjn (rf)ac^a'm) adj., c C2u, 

p;.D^p2n,c.^,9pn,/nD2q, 
c. np^n^ pV'nIopq, c. 

Hebrew-Eii<:rlish. 



nItpDn, wise, intelligent, 
prudent,experienced,clever; 
suhst. a wise man, philo- 
sopher, magician. 

npDn (^t'c^ma) /, c. no^n, 

wisdom, knowledge, ex- 
perience, intelligence, in- 
sight, judgment. 

^JliJjn (^ad^raoni') pr.n.m. 

nlDDn (£^ycf)rao'9-) and 
nlp^n (e^ac^mo'^) f [.^p.] 
wisdom. 

^n^ '^^n (^el) m outer 
fortification, bulwark, wall, 

^ rampart. 

^n (^pl) adj. profane, un- 
holy. 

n^ij^n* (^el'a') /rust. 
nSpn (^gra') pr.n.f. 
3;^n (^fla'b) «i, It/, ai'f. 

nfnn, c. n'^q, milk. 

37n (^c'lgb) ^and 2^n 

^z. D^njpq, c- '''n?q, fat 

marrow, best part. 

n^2,^n (^elba') pr.n. of a 
town in Asher. 

^l!!ipn (^§lbp'n) pr.n. of a 
place near Damascus. 

n^^l^n (^elbW) / a strong- 
smelling resin. 

7 



iv.s."*J]^r}, life, lifetime; 
world, worldliness. 

T?^(^p'igd) m mole [others: 
weazel]. 

n^pn (^uldr) pr.n/. 

to be languid, weak, ill. 
to be sick, to suffer, to be 
pained. — Ni. n^n^J., pt. 
f '^^1 to become sick, to 
be incurable, to be grieved. 

— Pi. rhn. inf. nij^n, 

imp. "/H, fut. 'rn^l, to make 
ill or sick; to flatter, to 
implore. — Pu. H^H to be- 
come weak or sick. — Hi. 
\^pn [for rj^nn, or for 
«^i^nn from ii,in\ to make 
sick, to show sickness. — 
Ho. n^nn (ho'cfjoir) to be 
wounded. — Hith. inf. 

ni-'nrin, imp. bnr^r^^ fut. 

' nO^.l, to become sick, to 
feign oneself sick. 

n?n (mm') f c. n^n, pi. 

f\bn, cake [for offering]. 

Dipn (^aip'ni) „t, pi. nlo'^q, 

dream. 
1^;D (rf)ijll(>'n) m and f pi. 



98 



^ 

DlJl^nandni2i>n,c.i:i^n, 

hole, window. 

"Pn (d^pl^'n) ;;;-.n. of towns. 

V?D (tfKlp'n) pr.n.m. 

^?y^Ti (t^.\llpn$'y) ,u window- 
work [others: adj. Avith 
many windows]. 

^"^rr} (^aio'f) w destitution, 
oi-phanage. 

^0.'^' smooth. 
^WP^, [mm') f defeat. 
^^"hn see '^^n'. 

nPn (^^'la'^) pr.n. of a place 
or district in Mesopotamia. 



^^nt?n 



u'l) pr.n of a 



town in Judah. 

^/jy?^ (^$1^51$') f trem- 
bling, anguish, pain. 

^,pn (^5i^'t) Hi. fut. lusj'n!!, 

to ascertain, to take for an 
omen. 

VH* Mr) )», ;>/. D>7n. 

and .T^n (c^^iy9')/»ecklace, 
ornament. 

VQ (f^"U') ;>'••«• of a town 
in Asher. 

i.jt). t'n. u'.s. r^n (^glyp'), 
;)L D^.Jn, w.s. ^r.Jn, sick- 
ness, illness, suffering. 



^^^n 



99 



something hollowed out, 
pipe, flute. 

T'vn^ (W'O c(dl- profane; 
adJ. rb'!?^, nj.'pn far he 
it! God forhid! 

niD'pn, change, alteration; 
garment for changing, 
festal dress; exchange of 
soldiers, relief. 

^Z. nl^^tri, spoils, armour. 

niDT'n (d^c'l^k^') adj.., i.p. 
r^^jn, pi. D"'f<p)'n [from 
''3'?n]unfortuuate,wretched. 

'^,?rjV(^?iri) inf. IV. s. ''nl^n, 

to he pierced, j)erforated. 

— Po. pt. f n'j,^inp to 

pierce, wound. — Pi. yt. 

pi. □'.t'^np [from bhn'] 

to play^ on the flute. — 
Pu. pt. ^.^Dt? and ^.^in^ 
to he pierced, perforated. 

^^^ (^5i?i'i) M- ^n;, fut. 

i-V-^TP- t^ ^^ profaned, to 
he defiled.— Pi. hbn, inf. 

b)^n. w.s. "hbn, fut. bbn] 

to profane, defile, pollute, 
prostitute; to make common. 

— Hi. fid. "rni to loose, 
break, profane. 



^ 

^,^n* (^ai^'i) m. hr\r\, i. sg. 
"•ni-^nn, 3. pi. I'^nn, ^ inf. 
hr\r\, \v.s. D7nn, 'fut. 'rn;, 

^n^l, to hegin, to open. 

^,^^ (^ala'l) m [or adj.], w. 
art. b'^nri, ^ c. b^U, pi 
D^'pjq, c. (^'pn, pierced, 
killed, slain; / n^Jn. pro- 
stitute. 

Dt^n ^ (^ala'm) fut. D'|?q,\, 

pt. D'^'n, to he strong; to 
dream. — Hi. fut. ^^'^m, 
pt. pi D''p'7nu5, to make 
sound or strong; to cause 
to dream. 

^.rU (^c'leni) py.n.m. 

niD/^n (^ailamu'^) f the 
w^hite of an egg, insipid 
food. 

t^'ip^n (^allfml's) m, c. 
tJ^"'P?n, hard stone, flint. 

^bn (^5lJL'f) inf f^i^q, fut. 
^/n,"!.? to glide along, to 
move past, to pass away, 
to hasten past, to pass on; 
to transgress; to pass 
through, to pierce; to 
change; to shoot forth, 
to grow up. — Pi. fut. 
^,^.D^ to change [clothes]. 

— Hi. ^'bnr., fut. n^^Di, 

^/.qi'.l, to change, exchange, 
alter, suhstitute, renew. 
7* 



^^n 100 

^?n (^?'l^0 r)i exchange; 
adv. instead of. 

^?n (^^'1^0 i>»*-«- of a town 
in Naphtali. 

Y^n^ imwa) fut. ]>^q>., 

ft. p. Y^"^, to draw off, 
to draw out. to withdraw. 

— Ni. fut. \bryi to be 
drawn out, to be delivered. 

— Pi. "|>,^n, imp. T\'i\n, 

fut. X^."^] to draw out, to 
extricate or deliver; to rob. 

y.^n* (^5U'B) fut. xbr^i to 

equip, to make ready for 
battle; p<. ;>. f I'rn warrior. 



I^^p::?q 



— Ni. fut. I*^!!;. to be 
equipped, to arm oneself. 

— Hi. fut. }*\^q,''., to arm, 
to make strong. 

y.?n (^HcB) and y^T^ 

(^g'l^B) pr.n.m. 
Q^i^^n (^ni5B§'yim) / du. 

loins, hips. 
P,:_r^* (e^5i*k) to be smooth; 

to be In-pocritical. — Hi. 

V'^.^i^^ ^ A't. p\^q:., pt. 

p^^Dp to make smooth, 
to make the tongue smooth, 
to flatter. 

p.i^n* {^M'k) fit. p^n;. to 

spoil, plunder; to divide, 
distribute; to divide into 
shares. — iVi. fut. Pb^\ to 



be divided, to be parted; 
to be allotted; to be 
formed into divisions. — 
Pi-^ pk^.. inf. pH, W.S. 
^pbn, fut. p,^n^ to divide, 
distribute, allot; to scatter. 
— Pii- p,c.n to be divided 
out. — Hi. inf p^D,^ [for 
P\'?Dq^] to take one's 
share. — Hith. p,^nrn to 
divide among themselves. 

R-J (e^m^'k) adj., w. art. 
PXqD' •'^"looth, bald, bare; 
hypocritical, lying; flpl. 
ri'ipjq flattering words, 
hypocris}'. 

P^P^ (^?'l§k) m, w.s. "'p'rn, 
pi. D^p'jq, c. •'p'^q share', 
portion, lot, inheritance, 
piece of land. 

p.;. n (^e'lgk) m smoothness, 
flattery. 

-^PrcO' (^^ik*) f = p/,n\ 

nppn'' (^§ikr) f c. rp^q, 

share, piece of land. 

np^n (rt^aiyk^') and r\^}:n 

(£t)ai5kka') /, p^. rrip^q and 
ri"i|;^q, flattery, promise. 

^^^T) (rt)vlkr) pr.n.m. 

HrPf" ('Vakiyy*), *n;p*;^n 

(rt)IlkIyyi:rhCi) i>r.)i.vi. 



np^n 



lOJ 



ntDDn 



oBj ?ct,'of; i/psif e ;' loveliness, 
nel'iglit. 

ninDn see n^n p«. p. 

warmth, heat; sun. 

w.s. ''nDq, p^. nirpn, nbri, 

warmth , heat , anger, 
wrath; prison. 

IT" J T : V 

(^amutal); b'm (c^fmu'lj 

prw.?n. 
yiDn (^amo'B) adj. violent; 

rohber. 
y^Dn (e^gmCi'B) adj. [pt. p. 

of VPn], c. "flOq, deep 

red, purple. 
liDn* (^amo'r) [ipq] ,n, 

pL D''lbq, [male] ass; 

heap, load = "l^H. 

1 'Y " (^^mo'r) pr.n.vi. 

nyT.iDn (^amors') / = ipn 

heap. 

mother-in-law. 
tOpn (^p'met) m lizard, 
i^fjpn (^umta') pr.n. of a 

place in Judah. 



riij^!?p^q, slippery places, 
flattering speech, ciibniug. 

^P^^ mk^-^) or Pi^}:r] 

(^glkJ'O-) pr.n. of a town 
in Asher. 
^5n (^5U's) flit, intr.lifbril, 
tr. ti^'j^ni to be weak, 
feeble; to prostrate, to 
overthrow. 

^^n (^Stllst's) m weak, 
feeble. 
Dn^ (^5ra) m, xv.s. "ri^pn, 

father-in-law. 

Dn (^5m) adj. warm, hot. 
on (^am) pr.n.m. of a son 

of Noah; Egyptians and 

Ethiopians. 
Dn (^pm) m warmth, heat. 

NJ^n see nr^n. 

HKDn (^em'a) /", c. TXtpq^ 
curds, cream, butter. 

"Ipn (^amrd), /««. "ibq;*., 

Ibq;., pt. p. "tltpn, to de- 
sire, covet, long for, pt. p. 
desirable, costly. — Ni. pt. 

ipn.^ pL cnpqj to be 

desirable, costly, precious. 
— Pi. "f»n to feel delight. 

"TDn (^g'med) m pleasant- 
ness, loveliness. 

desire, wish, longing; 



rp^ 



1^2 



y^K} 'T"',^? salted pro-' 
vender. 

'(^axnlssi') m, f n^^"^»q, 
n^ti'Pq, num. the fiftli, 
the fifth part. 

^gn (^im^i) /««. ^pn:, to 

be mild, compassionate, to 
pity; to spare, forbear. 

Than (^^mi5') /-, c. r^pn, 

pity, compassion. 

Dn"n (v$yy5'f^ym), Dn!'. [pZ. 
^Dp.U, perh. from DH;], to 
burn, to glow. — Pi. fid. 
Q.^D? to warm, to hatch. 
— HUh. fut. DDnp^ to 
warm oneself. 

"Jpn (^$mm?'n) m, only pZ. 
D''jr^n sun-pillars, idols of 
Baal. 

Dpn (^5m?i'fi) fut. Dbn: 

to oppress, to be bold, 
violent, to hurt, to over- 
throw, to tear down. — 
Ni. D^n^ to be treated 
violently, to be disgraced. 

pi. D''p^n. violence, op- 
pression,wickedness,wrong; 
unrio-hteous gain. 



ypn*'(^^m?'ll) inf nspn, 

/u<-'n^n.% pt. "f^pln, pt. p. 

"ppn to be sharp, sour, 
salted, to be leavened; to 
be deep red or purple; to 
be violent. — Bith. fvi. 
"fpnip,^ to be excited, to 
be bitterly moved. 

yP" (^5mc'B) m anything 
fermented or leavened 
[ill-gotten wealth]. 

ypn (^p'm^B) m vinegar. 

PPC^ (^5me'k) to turn about, 
to go away. — Hith. fut. 

2. f\-pi. vp.'^nrn to go 

about, to rove about. 
"ipn* (^5m$'r) fut. lOn.^ to 

ferment, seethe, foam, 

boil up, swell. — Poalal 

"Ipl^n to bubble up, to 
burn. 

'P'7' (^5mCi'i-) fut. w.s. 

"Ipnn to pitch, to cover 

with bitumen. 
"Ipn (dKm5'r) m bitumen. 

asphalt. 
"ipn (^^'m^r) «i wine. 
"ipn (e^p'm^r) m heap; a 

dry measure == 10 PS <>r 

riD^X; clay, loam, mortar, 
•^^^n (^''mpr<^') f. du. 

n?pibq, see M,Ti*^q. 



t!^»n 



103 



m 



^PO (^5m|i's) to gird the 

loius, to make ready for 

battle; pt. p. pi. D'^f^'tpU 

equipped, well armed. 

warriors. 
ti^pn (^5me's) num. /", c 

li'pn, five. — denom. Pi. 

^m to fifth, to take the 

fifth part. 
t^Dh* (^5'm^s) m the fifth 

part a^ a tax or tribute. 
ti^DH (^o'mgs) m abdomen, 

paunch. 
nti^pn (^amjss?;') num. w, 

c^'n^S^'ttq, five. 
*>t^pn (^amissi') or '^''^n 

(^amisi') num. m, /IT'^^'pr]^ 

ny^pq the fifth; / the 

fifth part. 
D^'ti^pn ( ^amissi'm ) num. 

pi, c. ''^m, fifty. 

leather-bag, skin-bottle. 
*^PD (^^m5''3-) pr./2. of a 

city in Syria; gent. "'ppD. 
npn (^?immsL'3') and nlDH 

(^|lmm5'-9-) pr.n. of a town 

in Naphtali. 
*]n (e^^n) m, w.s. "i^n favour, 

kindness, grace, loveliness, 

charm, preciousness. 

l"^n (^f'n^dsc'd) pr.n.m. 



n^^ (^5n9') w/. rilJiq, imp. 

n;.q, M. n^q,"*., iq";., pt. 

/ qyn to bend down, to 
incline; to encamp, settle, 
dwell; to encamp against, 
to besiege, to defend. 

'^}Jj^ (^^nnr) /, only pi. 
miin compassion, grace. 

'',■^0** (^Jnna') pr.n.f. 

Tjllin (^ano'd^); pjq (^aufi'ii) 

pr'.n.m. 

p^n (^^nnu'n) adj. gracious, 

merciful. 
ri^^n (^5nu'^) /, only 2>Z. 

nP^q, vault, cell, prison. 

^T\ (^fn^t) inf. tDlJq, /?,«. 
IDiiqi'., to spice, to ripen; 
to embalm. 

Cpjn (^anQti'm) mjpl. act 

of embalming. 
^.'^^t'D (^^nnrfl) pr.n.m. 

''l^PO i^^^i'^) «^i- initiated, 
trained, skilled. 

n^^'^n [^aalnaf) f mercy, 
favour. 

n^'^n (^ani'^) /, ^i. nin^jq 

and D"'n^jq, spear, lance. 

T]p_n (^?n$'c^) i)?jp. T]:q, '/t^. 

T]jq|>., to initiate, teach ; to 
dedicate, consecrate. 



104 



nnon 



nS^n (^anukkn') f dedica- 
tion. 

P|n (^Inn«i'ra) adv. gratuit- 
ously; in vain; Avithout 
cause. 

. NUJn (^an$ra't'l) pr.n.m. 

T'D^n (^an^mri) m, i.p. 
"^.^^G, hail, hailstoues. 

l;?n (^«[n&'n) in/. *,i^n. nl^H, 

(^ynn?'nl), /«<. "jh;, in,"^ 
(v$yyg;'d^t)n), w.s. '-^^^.H^, 

fl^n; (ygc^n'cfir), '^ri], to 

be inclined, favourable, 
kind, gracious, to pity, to 
have mercy, to bestow. — 
^i- Ip.-? to be pitied, to 
complain. — Pi. "JJin, fut. 
]fir\] to be favourable, tu 
pity; l^.n, fut. IjII] to make 
lovely. — Ho. "jpri, fut. "jp^ 
to be pitied, to be fa- 
voured. — Hith. pf. and 
inf. Ijjnpri to implore, to 
seek mercy. 

'f'l); V^n (^'^n^ni')"; n;.?3q 

(^an?luy$'); ^^^.^Jn (rt)"ii$iiys'- 
hy) pr.n.m. 

^•?'7' (^)*"f'fi) ?>»'.w. of a city 
in middle Egypt [Heracleo- 
polis]. 



^p.n (^5nrf), HAP* (^9"?'0 
/""'• ^in;*,., to be wicked, 
to sin; to be desecrated, 
unclean; tr. to profane, to 

pollute. — Hi. ^'.^n"; fut. 

n"','?n,'L to profane, pollute; 
to seduce. 

^D^n. profane, wicked, 
hypocrite. 
'^^n (rf)p'nef) m and HD^n. 
(e^anijf?') /, impiety, god- 
lessness. 

p,5C' (^5nti'k) A7. /u<. p:n;., 

to strangle or hang one- 
self. — Pi. p.iin to strangle. 

P^IO (^ttan59-p'u) pr.n. of 
a town in Zebulon. 

TpM* (^PiVd) Pi. "TDn to 
insult, reproach. 

"i.^nr^ to show oneself 
kind. 

Ipn* (ct^e'fi^d) j». i.p. "fpn. 
JC/.5. I^pn, p/. Dncq,"r 

\1?D. love, kindness, bene- 
volence, good-will, favour, 
benefit, mercy, grace, 
piety; beauty. 

npn* (f^^'B^d) in reproach, 
shame, disgrace. 

M^lpn (ctjaejdyv') pr.n.m. 



•°n 



105 



isn 



"pn (^5Br) inf. ricq. 

im/). 2?^. ^Dq, fnt. ^J^V^l. 
pt. "on, p/. D'^pn, to flee, 
to take refuge; to trust. 

nOn (^o6a') jyi'M.m. 

lipn or "(fen (^aBo'n) adj. 

strong, mighty. 
n-ipn (^5eu'9-) / refuge, 
refuge-seeking. 

Tpn (^pl'd) adj., pi. 
D''Tpn, kind, benevolent, 
gracious; pious, good. 

HTpn {^mu') f stork. 
^''pn (^afii'l) m, w. art. 
/"•Cnn, a species of locust. 
^''pn (^pi'ii) adj. mighty. 

*?pn (^pd'i) fut.w.s. 'i,!?9ni, 

to eat off. 
Dpn (^56a'ra) fut. DCqi, 

to bar, stop; to muzzle. 
Ipn (^jfian) Ni. fut. "ipn;.., 

to be laid up. 

Ipn see "icn. 

^ph (^o'fien) m treasure, 
wealth, riches, might. 

^On (^5Ba f) Pa. pt. D^PH^ 
to be made scaly, to be 
scaly [fine]. 

npn* (^afie'r) inf "llDH, 

fat. "icq^ vi. ■'!?'?-' t« 
decrease, to be diminished, 



to fail; to want, lack. — 
Pi. fut. "Ipn^ to make less, 
to cause to want. — Hi. 
I^pnn, fut. T'pqi, to cause 
to fail; to want, to suffer. 

npn^ (e^afie'r) adj., c. lOq 
deficient, wanting, lacking; 
m lack of understanding. 

npn (^e'Cer) m want, 
poverty. 

npn (^o'figr) = ipn. 

nnpn (^ijier?;') pr.n.m. 

p"]pn (^gero'n) »t deficiency, 
want. 

5]n (^af) adj. pure, in- 
nocent. 

5^n see P]in. 

*SSn (^5fa') Pi. fut. XE.n^ 
to do secretly. 

nSn (^afa) ^^ p. "''Cn to 
cover, to veil. — Ni. HEOJ 
to be covered. — Pi. "^n, 
/■"^ ^q^l to overlay. — Ptt. 
ncn to be protected. 

nSn* (^uppa') / covering, 
tent, canopy, bride-chamber. 

,?" (^ypp?') pr.n.m. 
TSn (^afa'z) inf w.s. '',*?" 
(e^gfzi'), /"««. I^qi, to leap, 
to start, to be startled. — 

M i?n.;, inf i?nn, fut. 



fflen 



106 



nitj'sn 



isni., -pt. "i2nj to be afraid, 

to be anxious, to flee. 
"jltSn (d^lpp!j7.p'n) m hasty 

flight, 
^ r • (^^yPPi'^O pr-n.m. 
^Dh (^o'f^n) m, only du. 

D^J.?>n (^ofn^'yira), w.S. 

q5'J?n, fist. 

*'pSn (d^yfni') pr.n.m. 

^Sn (t^5f,vf) p«. r]Dn, to 
cover, to protect. 

ySn* (^gfo'B) inf. fDH, /"u^. 
•^E^ni, l^^n:;. to find plea- 
sure in, to have an af: 
fection to, to delight in, 
to desire, to choose; tr. to 
bend, to bow. 

T^C'' (^5f?'B) <^dj., pi. 

D^iJDq, c. •'.^isq, /n^sq, 

taking pleasure in, liking, 
willing. 
7?n (^ngB) m, m;.«. ^,^?q, 
^Z. D^JJSq, c. ^,^?q, plea- 
sure, delight, wish, desire; 
matter, business, pursuit. 

"^50 (^5fa'r) inf. Ibri, fut. 
isqi to dig, to dig into; 
to paw ; to search out, ex- 
plore, spy. 

"isn {^m'r) fut. i£q:;., 

"isqi, to turn red, to 



blush, to be ashamed, to 
be disappointed. — Bi^ 
I^Eqri, fut. "I'Eqi, to be 
a.shamed; to cause shame. 

"^?n (f^e'f^r) pr.n. of a town 
in southern Palestine; 
jyr.n.on. 

°'!'il?n {^Hm'ylm) pr.n. of 
a place in Issachar. 

^^l?"^ (^yfi-a") pr.n.m. of an 
Egyptian king. 

nnsnsn (d)af$rpe'r$9-) a 

only pi. nnBlsq [to be 
read for ni"]B "12^^], rat, 
mole. 

t^'Sn (^5f-3L'6) /Mf. trbqi, to 

search, scrutinize, devise. 

— Ni. '^,^^!} to be searched 

out.— Pi. mn, fut. tr,£n;, 

to search, examine, seek 
ont.^ Pu.pt. ti'CnP to be 
devised; to be concealed. 

— Bith. b'Snpn to dis- 
guise oneself. . 

^*Pn i^^'m) m device, plan. 

t^*sn (^5fa'«) Pu. t:*2q to 

be set free. 

ntf'^n (d)yf5ii') / freedom, 
release. 



^'y^DH 



107 



(^gfsi'a-) / sickness ; 'H n"'5 
hospital. 

^]^'^r} (m^i) adj., pi. 
D^^'Sn, released, freed, 
free, exempt from taxes. 

yn (^eB) VI. w.s. \i»n, pi 
D''lin, c. Yi?n, arrow, 
lig-htning; pnuishmeut, 
plague, wound; point of 
a spear. 

fut. n'^rii, pt. r^n, riln, 

pZ. Qp>n, to cut, hew, 
split; to slay, kill. — Ni. 
2^r\^ to be engraven. — 
Pa. 2in to he hewn out. — 
Bi. pt. f ri?,'^Dp to slay, 
to destroy. 

n"^n (^iB?') fut. n;^n^_., 

"fnil to split, divide, to 
halve. — iVi. fut. Hl^H^^ to 
he divided, halved. 

"Ti^n (^aBp'r) pr.w. of 
Canaanitish towns. 

ni^n (^aBp-a-) /, c. nviq 

middle, half. 

i"'in, middle, half; arrow 

[= rn]. 

nye^p'^S-) pr.n. of a place. 



grass; leek. 

(e^gBnl') hosom, lap; hattle- 



axe 



,^n (^aBa'B) ;>«. f i'n to 

divide, to form into ranks 
or hands. — Pi. pt. *f,'^!jP 
to divide hooty or to shoot 
arrows. — Pu. ^%Ty to he 
cut off, shortened. 
yj^n (e^aB5'B) m fragment, 
small stone, gravel [pZ. 
XV. s. 7)^,^^n = T.^n see f nj. 

"IJ^ri'^^i^n (^a'BaBp'n ta- 

m5'r) pr.n. of a place in 
Judah [afterwards n^ *pt;]. 

nnif^n (^aBp-B^raO /, pi. 

rlTiiil, trumpet. 

to blow the trumpet. 

Ii2n (^g:Be'r) m and /, w. 
art. "l.^n.O, c. "1,^l!, pi. 

Dn*i?q, c. n^n and n'lTiq, 

c. nll^n, enclosure, fence, 
enclosed camp, village; 
coui-t, yard; many geo- 
graphical names are com- 
pounded with "i^^q. 

yi^n (^^Brp'n) pr.n. of a 
town; pr.n.m. 



nnun 



108 



2"]n 



nln^Jn (rf,aB?rB'^) ^.r.n. of a 
station in the desert. 

''^^C' (rf}'^B'\^'.v) pr.n.m. 

of an Arabian tribe and 
district [Hadramant]. 

pn^ see pV. 

ph (d)ok) ,n, c. -pn (^ok), 

p^ D^.p, c. \?.ri, ••p.pn, 

statute, regulation, law, 
custom ; decree ; share, 
task, term, limit, boundary. 

^pj} (d)ak5') Pu. pt. n|n^ 

to be engraved, carved. — 

Hith. fut. n^np^ to set 

limits. 

np^n (^ukkr) /, c. ni^.n, 

pi. riij^n, law, statute, 
custom. 

*^,?*prj (fCjftkyf?') pr.n.vi. 

ppj} (e^gk^'k) imp. xv.s. np^ri, 

pt. ppn^ pp.in to cut, to 

engrave, to inscribe, trace; 
to establish, ordain, pre- 
scribe. — Pi. pt. pp.HD, 
pi- c. ''p.^'^^ to decree, 
ordain; pt. leader, ruler, 
lawgiver; sceptre. — Pu. 
pt. pp/1t? what is ordained, 
law. — Ho. fnt. pn^ to be 
engraved. 



ppn (d)ykkp'k) pv.yi. of a 
town in Naphtali. 

"lp_n (^akrr) iuf. ipq, imp. 
^o.J!. ■'Jlpn (^okrf'ni), fat- 

"Ipni to search out, ex- 
plore, examine, spy out. 
— i\i. "lp.n.^ to be searched 
out, to be ascertained. — 
Pi. "i;^n to find out. 

*•!?["' (f^rk^r) m, pi. c. npn, 

searching out, examination, 
meditation, deliberation; 
"Ipn V^' unsearchable, un- 
fathomable, mystery. 
"in * (d)or) «i, only pi. Dnh, 
Q^Tin the free, the noble. 

"I^^ nin [aiso inj (^pr) 

m hole, opening, breach. 

*^ir} (^C''^"§) "J, only ^?. c. 
''^I'O excrements, dung. 

^^J^^ i^m'h) imp. ••n'^n, 

fut. 2,in^. to dry up, to 
become or be dry; to be 
stupefied. — Pu. 3in to 

be dried. — M. ^in.nr;, pt. 

f ^"^yy^ to dry up'.' ' 
^irf (^art'b) inf. ann, fut. 
^.ini,, to be devastated, 
to be desolate or waste; 
tr. to destroy, to lay waste. 
— Ni. aip,-?, to be laid 
waste; to fight with one 
another. — Hi. 3nn*, fut. 



3in 



101) 



D^rnn 



nnq,i, pt. nn.qp to lay 

waste, to destro}'. — Ho. 
-,inn (hQ'^org'b) to be de- 
solated, destroyed. 

inn* (^fre'b) arfj., / Hniq, 

dry. 
l^n" (^arc'b) adj.., flpl. 

ril3"in, waste, desolated. 

tvl ''2in, _pz. nl2"iq,"c. 

ni3"in sword, knife. 

^'^T} (^o'l'eV) I'l dryness, 
drought. 

Unn (^p'rgh) m desolation, 

destruction. 
^nn (^pre'b) pr.n. of a top 

of Sinai. 

dry country, desert. 

nnnn^ {^cii-ba') /; p?. rinnn, 

c. ^"i^iq desolation, ruin. 

"51D (^5'r5b5') / dryness, 
dry land. 

p^ jU (^^r^bp'n) «i, j}l. c. 

ninin, heat, drought. 

*^^l^ jD (^$rbpn5') pr.n.m. 
[Persian]. 

^X' (^5r&'g) fnt. r.'^n,!, to 
tremble, to flee trembling-. 

'^'^Jj (e^fii'go'l) m a species 
of locust. 



^y^ (e^5r<t'd) fid. 1X}r.. ^0 
tremble, to be afraid, to 
be anxious, to come with 
trepidation. — JJi. T'lnn^ 
pt. in.qt: to frighten, 
terrify. 

"inn (^fre'd) adj., pi. DHiq, 
trembling-, fearful, anxious, 
reverent. 

" jU' '*'n"' (^"i'?'<i) pr.n. 
of a fountain and place 
near Jezreel; gent. Hin. 

n^lQ* (^"racir) /, c. nti")q, 

pi. riniq terror, fear, con- 
sternation, care, careful 
service. 
''/]^r} (ei^ar^da') pr.n. of a 
station in the Avilderness. 

nnn (^5r-a') inf. HiH, niin, 
fid. r\;]rii^ -in\, 'in^i 'to 

burn, to glow with anger. 
— Ni. pt. pi. D''^nj. to be 
angry, incensed. — Jtph. 
[Pi.] "^qD; to be zealous, 
to rival. — Hi. Hinij, fut. 
in^^l to cause to burn, to 
kindle anger; to act zeal- 
ously. — Hith. flit, "inr^ 

to grow indignant. 
''.t'-:' :- (f^afb^va') pr.n.m. 

"Il"in see V;q. 

^'',^^"1Q (e^nnlzi'ra) m:pl. 
string of pearls or corals. 



u. 



in 



110 



thorn, nettle. 
rjp^nn ((^arym^'f) -pr.n.m. 
^inn (c^^ro'n) w, c. "ji")!!!, 

pZ. DV-''""l7 ^^^^' anger; a 

combustible or burning 

thing [cby wood]. 
pHn (^pro'n) pr.n. of a 

ph\ce; gent, ''■t^^- 

D^jlnh (^p'rpiu^'yim) 7)r.n. of 
a totv'n in Moab. 

yi'in* (^$ru'B) adj. sharp, 
pointed , zealous , in- 
dustrious ; m thrashing- 
sledge. 

yi"in* (^5rri'B) m ditch, 
incision; decision, judg- 
ment. 

y^in* (^5ru'B) HI gold. 

y lO (^$ru'B) ^yr.n.m. 

n^nin (^Src^y'r) pr.n.m. 

^n"!D (^lirc^ij'fi) j)r.n.?a. 

"Ipl'^ (^^re^y'r) ?n inflam- 
mation, fever. 

t^in (*^'J"^*) '" chisel, style 
[for engraving], character. 

Db"]n (d35rtp'm) m, only pi. 
D^pOID, c. "".^Pin scribe, 
writer of hieroglyphics, 
Egyptian sago. 

"•in see Kin. 



^^!^ (^ori') m heat, anger. 
""Hn* (^pri') m white or fine 

bread. 
"•nn (^pri') pr.n.^ j)l. C*^" 

[troglodyte] a people in 

Mount Seir. 

tonn (^5ri't)m,p?.D^pnn, 

pocket, bag, purse. 
'^^'^P (^^ri'f) pr.n.m.) patr. 

y"in (^^rl'B) in, only ;*/. c. 

^|)i/in, slice, piece; tlirasli- 

ing-sledge. 
t^^nn (d^frj's) VI act and 

time of ploughing. 

n^ri'nn silent, still, sultry. 

'^0^ (d)5rs^'c^) /""«• "InV to 
roast [others: to scare up]. 

D^Din (d)ar$kkrra) m'pl. 
lattice, window-lattice. 

"yy^ see h")n. 

^y^^ (c^^ir^'m) Hi Dnnn. 
/»/ Dinn, D^iqn, "fut. 

D^nO.-! °."!P'-''- *<^ dedicate, 
devote, curse, destroy. — 

Ho. fut. Qnn\ (y$'t^or^'„i) 
to be doomed, exter- 
minated. 
0^"'' (rtiiiTil'm) to cut, to 
split; pt. p. 2i"in, Din 



Din 



111 



nn 



flat-nosed [others: with a 
split or pierced nose]. 
^]^^ (d^5r?'m) pr.n. of a town 
in Naphtali. 

Dnn (^jri'm) pr.n.m. 

Q*in (f^^'rem) [once Qlp], 
tv.'s. "'piri, pi. D"'piq, 
curse , extermination , a 
thing or person devoted 
to destruction; net, en- 
ticement. 

riDnn (^grma') pr.n. of a 
Canaanitish town. 

j lip jH (e^grmp'n) pr.n. of a 
mountain in Antilibanus. 

t^pnn (^erm?'s) m a sickle. 

j'^'^ (^5r5'n) pr.n. of a town 
in Mesopotamia, Carrhae; 
also pr.n.m. 

n52l"in (^§,rnrfgr) pr.n.m. 

^"in^ (^e'rgB) m, i.p. D^n 
itch, scab. 

Din^ (e^e'i-efi) m [also 
np"]n], fp. D*)n, the sun; 
C^nn T'y Heliopolis in 
Egypt. 

D*!n* (^g'l-eB) pr.n. of a 
place near nl^D, 

H^Din (c^urBu'^) / pottery. 

^T}^ {mm) inf.^% fut. 
n|in,''.,, vt. 5]in, to scorn, 
reproach, insult. — Ni. 



^^Hi?. to be betrothed. — 
Pi.'nr'-n, ^nf. f]in, fut. 
^i^-ON i^«- n:^.n^ to re- 
proach, scorn, despise; to 
expose [life]. 

^;in^ (c^5r*f) fid. Fiin,^,, to 

pass the autumn or winter. 

^"in (^o'ref) m, t(;.s. "'Bin 
(^grpi') harvest-time, au- 
tumn [and winter]. 

ns"in (^erpr) /, c. niin, 

pZ. niDiq, c. nlEin re- 
proach, shame, object of 
reproach; pudenda, 

y;in (^5ra'B) fut. fin^., to 

cut, sharpen, point, wound; 
to decide, to be sharp, 
zealous, quick. — Ni. pt. 
Y^'Q}.- to be decided, de- 
creed. 

ni2^"]n (^arBubbo'^) fpl. 
fetters; tortures. 

Irlin (e^arBan) m, only j^l- 
C.^'^ID kernels of grapes 
[others: sour grapes]. 

PilO (^fr$'k) fut. piq.l, 

pt. pin, to gnash, to grind 
the teeth. 

to burn, to glow; to be 
parched. — Ni. IP J, inj, 
/?<«. in."', to be heated. 



v^ 



112 



^■^•n 



burnt, scorched, dried up. 

— Piip. inf. inin to 

kindle. 

"l^.n (^5ic'r) i«, only pi. 
C"'n*]n sunburnt, dry 
country. 

t^in (djrreB) m, pi. D'ti'"in, 

c. "".tJ^in clay, pottery, 
earthen ware, potsherd. 

fnt. ^*in|'_. pt. ti-n'n, j>«. 2>. 

:^*i"]n to cut, to engrave, 
to forge; to devise; to 
plough. — M. ^*,1D,4, to be 
ploughed. — i/j. pt.'d'^'^yyo 
to contrive, devise. 

t^n.n (c^5r?'«) /w/. tj^'in;!, to 

be deaf, dumb, silent, still. 

— Ei. ti^'^yinn, irnp. 2. sg. 

f "'^^yy^^, ' fnt. t2^'''ini, pt. 

rr^nno to be deaf, silent; 
to silence; to keep quiet; 
to conceal; to go away in 
silence. — Biih. l^'inrin to 
keep oneself quiet. 

pLD'pin. c.'',:rin, a cutter 
in wood, metal, stone; 
smith, workman, artisan, 
artificer, artist. 

C^Cnn, deaf, (leaf and 
duml). 



^"in* (f^^'r^«) "«, only pl- 
□"'t^^'in, artificial work, 
artifice. 

^"in* (^e'r^s) »i silence; 
adv. silently. 

^n^' (t^?i"?'«) in cutting- 
tool; p<. worker. 

^"l.n (c^p'r^s) )», u'. Zoc. 

Sfm), thicket, forest. 
^^ff^ |U (^$1-5$') pr.n.m. 

nc^nn (^n,.p's^o-) pr.^i. of a 

place in northernPalestinc, 

[= ti^-nn] to cut, engrave. 

^in (*^'i"^'^) P»*-«- of a 
forest in Judah. 

SD^trn (c^nDyf5') pr.n.m. 
^'^'T\ (c^^Bi'f) »», only pi. c. 
^£''b'n, a separate flock. 

^^T} (t^5BCi'c6) r)»/). "rq, 
/h«. "t:*qi, >)«. "ti'iH, to 

hold back, to keep off, to 
preserve; to refuse, withold, 
deny, check, stop; to spare, 
to save. — Ni. MJ^'D,-?., /"«<• 
*b'n\ to be checked ; to be 
reserved. 

^i^*". l^^Hioci'f) h,f p]'fn, 
n^n^ /"*/'. /■ ',?ifn, flit. 

^'fQ.-o i'^y'. ^"'fn'tobare. 



2*2;n 



113 



>»trn 



uncover, defoliate ; to draw, 
to take off [Avatcr]. 

^t^^n {^m-h) inf. 2m, 
irp, fut. 2^-1, 2m^_, 

to count, to count for, to 
impute, to esteem, to 
reckon; to think, combine, 
devise, invent; pt. 2}^n 
artificial worker, weaver. 

— Ni. n^'n.^, fut. n^r'nr, 

pt. 2*^*n^, to be counted, 
reckoned, esteemed. — Pi. 
2^'r\, fut. 2}i/n] to think, 
meditate, count, reckon 
devise; to be about. — 
Mth. ^t^Ti^in to count one- 
self among. 

2'^r\ (^e'seb) m girdle, 
belt [of a priest]. 

n^^n (^astjb?') pr.n.m. 

pSti-'n (^gsbp'n) m com- 
putation, account, rea- 
soning. 

*|mri^ (^esbp'n) pr.n. of 
the chief - town of the 
Amorites. 

'JlZlti^n (^issgbo'n) m, only 
pi. ri1ri25?'n, device, in- 
vention, war-engine. 

nmri (^ag^byr), *n;^?^q 

(^agjbya'hv) ; n^^ti^'n (ef)as$b- 
Hebiew-Englieli. 



pr.n.m. 

ntj^n (e^5s5') inf. ^^.V^/n, fut. 
"i^'Qr.- to be quiet, in- 
active, silent. — Hi. *I^.nr?, 

imp. pi. itr'nn, pt. ^^'r\D 

to keep silence, to be quiet, 
to rest; to silence. 

JiLp n (^Jssu'b) pr.n.m. 

Tjf^^n (^isgL'c^) fut. '^\^'^l to 
be or grow dark, to be 
obscured. — Hi. ^Wn"}, 
fut. "V^*n?- t^ make dark, 
to darken; to spread dark- 
ness. 

TJtf^n (E^5gB'd&) adj., only^Z. 
D'^r'-^'r], dark, obscure, low. 

"^^^n (^p'ged)) m, w.s. ^^^'n 

(^Qskr) darkness ; misery, 
ignorance, falsehood. 

niDtrn or nD^*-^♦■q (^agccfea ) 
/] c. nD*f r}' [also nD-f"n 

(^Qsc^r)], ' pZ. D',?':?'*n the 
same as '^^H. 

-,^n (^5g^'i) Ni. pt. bm;i 

to be enfeebled, tired. 
Dpn (ei^gsri'm) pr.n.ui. 
^i?pCi^n (^esmp'n) pr.n. of a 

place in Judah. 
n^iD^Tl ((^aSmpn?') pr.n. of 

a station in the desert. 
*^,P^D (^JsraS'l) wj, 7V. loc. 
8 



IDt^'H 



114 



inn 



n nJ^Dti^'n shining metal 
[clectrum, or pjTopus]. 
"JpCrn (cf)i:ism$'n) adj., only 
pL D'Ji^l^'n, noble, dis- 
tinguished, rich. 

*]ti^n (^p'ggn) m ornament, 
breast-plate of the High 
Priest. 

pt^^n (d)a§ri'lc) to be at- 
tached to, to love, to have 
pleasure or delight in. — 
Pi. p,t^n to fasten together. 
— Pu. pt. pff HP to be 
bound together. 

P^n (Ce'gek) JH, ws. ■'ip.tp'n 
delight, desire. 

ptrn (^5§a'k) m, only pi. 
D''p,^n attachment, junc- 
tion-rod. 

pt^n (e^Issu'k) m, only pZ. 
Q'^p.^n, spoke of awheel. 

J^il^D (^&§r5') /, c. nitp'n 

a gathering. 

nti^n (t^|ss\i'r) «i, only pZ. 

□"'Iti'n the nave of a wheel. 
^'?^'D (^"^siL's) m hay, dry 

grass, stubble. 

3nn (c^$9-) adj., id. D^nn, 

broken, terrified; vi. w.s. 
DDnn fear, dread. 



/w«. nnni, t(;.s. r,rini, to 

take, to seize. 

^.?n (e^ittr) /, c. rrn, 

fear, terror. 

^^^^n (^ttCi'l) m bandage. 

^p^^D (e()$0-e^gi'0-) m, only 
jt>Z. CVnOD terrors. 

/ nT,n», _pZ. n^nn, 'de- 
scendant of nn, Hittite. 

*"^''?n* (^M'O-) /terror. 

"^pn (^^o-a'c^) .vi. T]nn.^ to 

be determined. 
^nn (^9^^'i) Pw. 'Pnn and 
^o. "^.JDrin (hQ^tiU'i) to be 
swathed, swaddled. 

^^^r} (^«9-uiir) /swaddling 
cloth, bandage. 

Ir^O (f^^^lo'n) prn. of a 
place in Syria. 

^pn (djgo-a'm) inf. crq, 
/n<. Dnni, /><• p- Cinn, to 

shut, close, seal; to hide, 
to reveal as a secret. — 
Ni. inf. DlnnJ to be sealed. 
— Pi. Dnn to close, to 
shut up. — Hi. D^nnO to 
stop, to shut up. 

Dnn see DP "in. 

riDrn (rf)^.K''nii'y) / seal. 

l?!in (^ijid-*'n) Hith. Ip.nrn, 



]m 



115 



nnats 



to contract affinity hj 
marriage. 
']f^Q (^a9-^'n) m bridegroom ; 
son-in-law; relative by 
marriage. 

IP*"' (^6^?'") m, iv.s. fibrin, 
iJrin father-in-law. 

njnh (^oO-e'neO-) / mother- 
in-law. 
n^rin (^n^Qnng') /"nuptials. 

^fD" (e^a^af) fut. ^P.ril to 

catch, seize. 
^^n (e^e'O-ef) m robber. 

"ipn (^^a-a'r) fut. "inn: 



to break through, to break 
into; to beat, to row. 

*^iDO (f^^s-ri")-) imp. pi inn 

to be dismayed, con- 
founded. — Ni. nnj, fut. 
nn!'., 'nn^. to be broken, 
crushed , terrified , dis- 
mayed, alarmed, to be in 
fear, to be in despair. — Pi. 
nnn to be broken; to terrify. 

— Hi- nnn, nrnn, Tirnn, 

fut. P.JjI to break; to terrify. 

^^pr)^ (^tt^a'O-) m terror, 
dismay. 

*^pr]^ (^^9-^'^) pr.n.m. 



tD 



t5 the ninth letter of the 
alphabet, called n''tD [a 
coiling, twisting]; as a 
numeral = 9 [VlD = 15]. 

^<tD,^<^tp^<^(t5tr)p^•.NpNtp 

to sweep away. 
' f^-77 (*5'l>''?'l) pr.n.m. 
t'np (tabu'l) m, only pi 

D-'^^UP turban. 
1-)2,tp (t^bbu'r) m navel, 

height, summit. 
PQtp (taba'e^) <V//. and «np. 

nzp, p^- i^- '^'?*^ ^t) 

slaughter, to kill; to cook, 

to dress. 



nstD (t§bbf'^) »n, pi D^nsD 

butcher, cook; executioner, 
guardsman. 

n3,i$, w;.5. nn;itp, killing, 

slaughter, massacre; killed 
beast, meal of meat. 
"?^ (te'bgd^) pr.n.m.; also 
;^r.w. of a town. 

nnstp (tpba^r) f pi 

nlniltD, female cook. 

nnnp (tibe^a') /. it;.^. •'nn^p 

nnnp (tlbf^a'O-) pr.n. of a 
town. 



11« 



■:2it: 



^np (tftb^'l) fat. y2t?% pt. 
'^"2"^ to dip, to immerse. 
— NL ^2*ipJ to l)e im- 
mersed, moistened. 

•iH^pniD (t^b<llyi:i'h0) pr.n.m. 

nySiiS to sink, to sink 
down. — Pu. V,5P to he 

sunk. — Ho. rntp'n to be 

sunk, to be laid deep. 
^y,?P (t$bb^"$*) /, xv.s. 

In'ynt?, pi. niyri:, c. 

niyzit^, seal, signet-ring, 

ring. 
niV^^ (t$bbr?'^) pr.7i.m. 
jl(J jllu (t$l?rlramp'n) pr.H.?)i. 

ri2tD (t^lbbg'O-) pr.n. of a 
place. 

rilp (tcb?'.9-) in name of the 
tenth Hebrew month [Janu- 
ary or February]. 

linp, nnp {\m'x) adj., 
n^inp", /)/. nni-itp, pure, 

clean, purified, unalloyed. 

"intp (t$h?'r) t»(;>. intp, ^^ 
inp% to be clean, pure, 
innocent, righteous. — Pi. 
"intp, imp. w.s. "'Jiqp. fat. 
"int?;, intt>, to make clean, 
to purify. — Pu. pt. 1^^? 
to be cleansed. — iJith. 



■int*n, -in^sn to purify 

oneself. 

"inb (tp'har) m, iv.8. 'iiri^^., 

splendour, brightness, pur- 
ity, purification. 
nnntD (ty'horgt') /, tv.8. 

iPini^' purity, purification. 
n^ilD' (tph) to be good, 

Mell. pleasing, lovely, 

checrful,comfortable,happy. 

— Hi. ^''tiij to make good; 

to do well; to do good; 

to adorn, to cheer, to 

please. 
nItO* (tpb) adj., pi. D\5iL\ 

pi. nurLD,"'nl3b, nzb] 

beautiful, good, excellent, 
pleasant, lovely, con- 
venient, fruitful, sound, 
cheerful, kind; suhst. m 
the good, the right, virtue, 
happiness, pleasantness; 
adv. well. 

2it5* (tpb) pr.n. of a district 
east of the Jordan. 

mtD (tui.i) ni goodness, 
beauty, excellence, cheer- 
fulness, well-being; good 
things, the best things. 

iri^:i-[s nitD (t-pv a,rp'niy.vu- 

ho) pi'.ii.iii. 

nyt: (tpiH,') f = 3*L\ 



n^mtD 



117 



D^a 



npitp (tp'hiyyg'), *n;^?Tp 
(to'biyya'hy) pr.nm. 

nip (t?v$') ^/. 3. pz. lip, 

to spin, to weave. 

nitp (tu'ae^) pf. ntp, nt5, to 

smear, to daub, to plaster, 
to whitewash. — A7. nitpj, 
inf. nltsn to be plastered. 

nSpitO (tot^feS-) /, only pi 
niStpitp, band about the 
forehead, before or above 
the eyes, round the arm, 
prayer-fillet. 

t'^to (tui) Hi. ^^pn, fut. 

b'l^l, b'^^X to throw, to 
cast forth. — Ho. fat. ^pi\ 
^^1 to be cast, to be 
prostrated. — Pilp. t'p''?t: 
to throw or fling about. 

"l^tD (tcir) m, pi DnitD, 
D''np, c. ""Iil^, row, series, 
range; [hearth, enclosure?] 

t^-ito (tyB) fat. rip; to fly, 
to dash. 

nnp (um^) n. pt. pi c. 

"|inpp to bend a bow, to 
shoot. 

nntp (tac^r) /, only pi 

nlrip, reins, kidneys; the 
inmost part. 
^inp (t^o'n) m mill, hand- 
mill. 



l™ [Um'n) inf. ^inp, imp. 

f ^jqp, fut. •inp\ pL init: 

to crush, grind; to turn 

the hand-mill as a slave; 

to oppress; pt.fipl rlJnpn 

the grinders, i. e. the teeth. 
njnp (t:t'c^a,ia') /a mill. 
nntp (rcrp'i-) w, only pZ. 

Dnnp, c. nnp, swellings, 

carbuncles, ulcers. 
n**p (tl'adi) m plaster on a 

wall. 
t^'^P (tit) m loam, clay, mud. 
HTp (tira') /• habitation, 

tent, encampment, village; 

a row of bricks, pinnacle 
, of a wall. 
^P (tai) »n, i.p. '?p, W.5. 

"^^tD, dew. 

"isy^ (tair) p«. i^. Ni^p to 

be spotted, variegated. — 
Pu.pt. N^pp to be patched, 
to be mended. 

n^tp (t5ir) 7n, c. n'^p, a 
young lamb. 

n?PpP (taltela') / a throw- 
ing or hurling down. 

^7tp ^ (tnr) m, only pi 
D^Njp, lamb. 

^,5P (tal^'l) Pi. ^,^0 to 

cover with beams or rafters. 
DptD (tg'l^m) pr.n. of a town 



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1DDP 



in Judah [also called 

j lU^ U (t^lrap'n) pr.n.vi. 

KDtp* (t$mc') mA '>Spt: 
(tQin'r), /«t. XOt?? to "be 
unclean [ritually and 
morally]. — Ni. NOtp; to 
defile oneself, to be pro- 
faned. -Pt. NDP, fat. N'DP; 
to make unclean, to pro- 
fane, to desecrate, to pro- 
nounce unclean. — Hothp. 
N^DL^-^ to be defiled. 

Kptp' (t5m?') adj., c. Xpp, 
pi. D^Xtpp, / nXOtp un- 
clean [ritually and morally] . 

HN^ptp (tum'a') and mS'PP 
(tym's') f uncleanness, im- 
purity. 

HD^ (tarn?') Ni. n^tpj tu 
be unclean. 

*]Dtp (tjmri'n) in/, "jbp, /«^ 

D^JPP, /"r!Jir:»p, to hide, 
to conceal, to bury; to 
keep, to preserve; to lay 
a snare. — AV. imp. "jpt^n 
to hide oneself. — Hi. fut. 
-("•ptpi to hide, preserve. 

basket. 
^PJ? (tsnj'f) only Pi. fid. 
H;?.^: to sully. 



nv^ (tri'5') ifi. n.vpr; to 

lead astray. 
RVP (t^'iJ'm) inf. D'V'ip, 

to taste, to try, to per- 
ceive, to understand. 

taste, flavour; feelinf?. 
understanding, judgment; 
royal decree. 

1^*^' (t5\t'n) Pu. ^Vb to be 
pierced. 

to load, burden. 

'>2'lD, DD^ID coZ/. children, 
little ones. 

n^tD (t5f&'e^) p,-. n?::, to 

spread out, to stretch out; 
to bring up, to nurse. 

"??? (t^fjf^) «i, pz. ninsp 

palm, flat hand, hand- 
breadth; console, corbel. 

nSp (tippCi'^E^) m, only pi. 
D''npp nursing [of child- 
ren]. 

nSb (to'fSf^) 7» hand- 
breadth. 

t'Sp (tjfa'i) /ur i^ro: to 
paste, to besmear, to im- 
pute. 



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■)«' 



Assyrian dignitary, com- 
mander, captain. 

^S^ (Um) inf. ?llDtp to 
mince one's steps, to walk 
coquettishly. 

trsp (tafa'g) to be dull, 
stupid. 

nStp (tafa'^) pr.n.f. 

"THtp (tai-a'd) 2jt. lib to 

push, to persist, to drop 

coDtinually. 

rn^ (t?ra'^) i/r fut. nnp: 

to load, burden. 
rntp (tp'r^e^) ?n burden. 

hardship, encumbrance. 
''"Itp (tfrl') a^O'-. only / 

■'IID moist, fresh. 



Dip (tg'rgm) [expectation] 
adv. and cow/, before, not 
yet; DTi5?, D^l^P before. 

^y? {tm'f) inf. ?!%% ?^iL^ 

to tear in pieces; to pluck 
off. — M. f]ipj to be torn 
in pieces. — Pu. 5]T.b, ip. 
5]Tl3 to be torn in pieces. 
— Hi. imp. w.s. ''J2''"lpn 
to cause to eat, to feed. 

^1^ (taraf) adj. newly 
plucked off, fresh. 

?]"lt5 (trref) m, w.s. iETi5, 
fresh leaf; prey [torn 
beast]; food, nourishment. 

nSl.tp (fi-efr) f cattle torn 
I by wild beasts; booty. 



^ the tenth letter of the 
alphabet, called IV [= T 
hand]; as a numeral = 10. 

^S^ (ya'J'b) to long- for, to 
desire. 

^^1 (y5'5') to be becoming, 
to suit. 

*l1^^'' see INV 

I : I : 

'','J.rI^,- (ya"^zanya') pr.n.m. 



^>^V 



(yr&'i) Ni. 7X1: to be 



as a fool. 

im;?. ^N'~: fut. ^^ip_, to 
be willing-, to undertake, 
begin, venture; to be 
pleased, to be content. 

^N'"' see n^S Hi. 

-1S^ nlN^ (y^o'r) m, pZ. 
D^N], c. n.N^, river; as a 
pr.n. the Nile. 



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i:;y 



tr"NlJ to desist from, to 
despair. — Pi. inf. ^*S^ to 
cause to despair, to 
abandon. 

n^t^'S;* (yo'Siyy^) [i-TtTN;] 

riK^ see nns. 

"^i^r^^^ (y''$STri'y) pr.n.m. 

^?^ (y5b&'V) Pi. /««. 35:^ 

to cry out, to call aloud. 
13^ see Nl3. 
h^^ (y^by'l) m, iv.s. D^^2] 

growth , produce , fruit. 

g-oods. 
D^Zl^ (y'bu'fi) pr.n.. old name 

of Jerusalem; gent. ""pH^ 

t^**il^ see t^*■i3. 

^nn^ (yiMji'r); Ip^ (y^brn) 
pr.n.m. 

-?J (y^W'i) ^i '^',?ln, fut. 
'?pi"' to lead; to present, 
to offer. — Ho. ^,3^n, /«^ 
75'!'' to be led, conducted, 
carried. 

^.?V (y*V5'i) »n, pi. c. ft:?: 

stream, river. 

'^^ (y$b5'l) pr.n.vi. 
^?!l (y^lbbj'l) adj., only / 
*"1?,51 having sores, ulcers. 

y^y' see ^3i\ 



9Vr?^ (ylbl«'*ra) ;>r.n. of a 
town in Issachar. 

05^ (yabj'm) m, iv.s. 'rp^l 
brother-in-law. 

QJJ (y5b?i'm) [denom. of D^;] 
7^/. D3^ (ylbbrm), i^/. DSJ to 
fulfil the duty of a brother- 
in-law, to marry the widow 
of a brother. 

^95^ (y^b^'m^O-) /. w.s. 
~r^.?3^ sister-in-law. 

^,^^?!. (yjbn^'f 1) pr.n. of two 
to^\^ls. 

^•^^1 (y$bnr) pr.n. of a 
Philistine town. 

<T:n;> (ynm^-ya') and n;j5: 

(ylbnlyy^') pr.n.m. 

Pr- (y$bbo'k) pr.n. of a 
tributary of the Jordan. 

'^T?T'3^ (y'brr^c^^-»'hO) pr. 
n.m. 

Df^^^ (yTb65'm) pr.n.m. 

^?y (ysvrg) tV- ^■3\ 

r^a^, M l^'2'\ to be 
dry, to become dry, to dry 
up, to be parched, to 
wither; to be drained. — 
Pi. t^♦■3^ M ^''31 [for 
^'2l]\ to make dry.— ///. 
tr-'ai.-;, /,,M:'>3r, to make 
dry; i/i//-. to become dry. 



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111 



^2\* (y5h?'§) adj., pi. D^ir'a^, 
/' "^'5^ flry. pn relied. 

^^\^ (y?>>c'.s) [also U'T] 
pr.n. of a town in Gilead. 

ncrs;! (y^bbasa-) and n-^'n: 

(yjbbrsgO-) /■ dry land. 
~,\?r . (yi?'5'l) pr.n.m. 
^^I (y??^'b) to plough; pt. 

pi D''P-?1^ ploughmen. 
-^?T (y5??'b) ?n arable land, 
nn^^^ (yQ^b«h5') pr.n. of a 

town in Gad. 
^^^^"^^^ (ylgdaiyahy) pr.n.m. 

n?1 {ym') ^^^i- nP [for 
nriJ], ^<. n;.ij, to be 

grieved, afflicted. — Pi. 
n4% /■««. HAl [for n^!^] to 

afflict. — Hi. n:ln/ n^n, 

/■««. n^_i\ p«. rt'.s. "?-ii^, to 
afflict, to grieve; to re- 
move. 
*] Vt (y^gp'n) "i gnef, sorrow. 

1*1^ J (ya^o'r) arfj. fearing, 
fearful. 

"1*^^ (y??v'r) pr.n. of a place 
in Judah. 

'2*'^1 {ym"') adj-t pi- c 
""V^^], wearied, tired. 

ll^r^\ (y??r*^') m, only c. 
y,^^ labour, toil ; produce, 
goods, wealth. 



"V^? (r?r5')/-toil, wear- 
iness. 
%), see n^^ //i. 
Vtt (y^?U') pr.n.m 

V;'^ (y5?&") /•»«. V,^^ 1% to 
be wearied; to toil, to 
exert oneself. ■ — Pi. y^4\ 
fut. y^^^] to weary. — IH. 
Ty\T\ to weary, to im- 
portune. 

^,^^ (y??5") «i earnings. 

weary, exhausted; wear}'- 
ing. 

l^"! (y^^rr) [Chald.] m heap 
of stones. 

to be afraid, to fear. 
T^ (yad) / [and vi]. c. fl, 

on;, c. ni, pZ- rilT, c. 

nlThand; power, strength, 
assistance; axle, tenon; 
side; pi. turns, times; part, 
place; monument. 

'^y.. see nxn. 

"iT^T (yH'^ls') pr.n. of a 
town in Zebulon. 

^^iT :^ (yidbi's) pr.n.m. 
^yi (yadj'd) pf. pi ni to 
cast [lots]. 



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122 



^n*^^ (y'dldy'^) / object of 
love. 

throw, cast. — Pi. Hl^, in/. 
nni, /»i. p?. nil [for 
^Tl] ^ throw, cast. — Hi. 

nTiH, tV'. nnin, tj?<j[). pz. 
nin, /Mi. nni^ to speak 

out, to confess; to sing. 
praise, glorify. — Hith. 
H'^lOn to confess; to praise. 

IT (yiddp'); in; (y^dp'n); 
yn; (y^du'a") ■pr.n.m. 

]T\r\\ (rdu^a'n), ]\T\^X 

(y'di'3'vl'n) pr.n.m. 
\11 (y$dd&'y) pr.n.m. 

'T'T {ym'd} adj., c. ri\ 
pi. onn;, /• n■In:^ />>• 

nlT"]^, beloved, lovely, 
pleasant; friend; fjpl. lovely 
things. 

^yiV (y'^m') pr.n.f. 
'^TTT: (y^'Jl'd^y* 
[= Solomon]. 

nn'! (y^d5y5'); 

(yMr'^^Ti); ^2T 

pr.n.m. 

Q,?"!^. see T. 
^DT see DDm. 

V^J (y5d$") in/. ^Tx, nyn, 



pr.n.m. 

(yldi5'fj 



p. k 



yni to 



perceive, to 



understand, to know, to 
discern; to be acquainted 
with; to become acquainted 
with a woman [sexually]. 

— Ni. v,"iiJ, fut. vt;, pf. 

yilJ to be perceived, 
known; to make oneself 
known, to appear. — 7-*/. 
yT to cause to know. — 
Pu. jyt. y,"^'? to be known, 
to be familiar. — Hi. yn"!'";, 
inf. y"']7ln, imp. V,!"!*^ 

^y^ln, fut. t^nr, ynn_ to 

cause to know, to let know; 
to inform, to announce. — 

Ho. y,iin [for y,i'n], pt. 

VTiD, / nyiltD to become 
known. — Hith. inf. V^^^'"^ 
to make oneself known, 
to reveal oneself. — Po. 
yni"* to order, to appoint. 

pr.n.m. 
V>T (yid'pnj') adj., pi. 

D^-?yT. knowing; suhsl. 

sorcerer, magician, wizard; 

prophesying spirit, 
n^ (y?ih) shortened form of 

^"^ (y^liCi'V) only imp. 2,j, 

nan, / ^nn, nn to give; 

as an exclamation: give! 
come on! 



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123 



inir 



12n^ (y%ri?) m, iv.s. f|2n^, 
lot, gift, concern. 

to tnrn Jew. 
in^ (y'hu'd) pr.n. of a town 
in Dan. 

''^".^ (y^hd^'y); *S'n: (yehu); 

inSln^ (y=hp"ae^g'z); ^',i<1n] 

(y^ho'a's) pr.n.m. 
m^n^ (y%yd5') pr.n.m.. 

nn^n^^ Judsean, Jew, 
Jewess, Jewish; / in 
Hebrew language. 
ril^^n^.* (y^hljdi'O-) pr.n.f. 

nln^ (y^hoviL') [with the 
vowels of "'JINJ to be pro- 
nounced niril (y^hv§'), 
[meaning the ever-being,] 
the true God of the 
Hebrews. 

iniini (rhp'z^w'd); pnin] 

(y%o'(^aii?['n) ; V.^'lH^ (y^-hp'y?- 
45"); V2;1n] (y^ho'yjcfn'n); 

D^p;ln^(y%p'y?krm);nn.;ln] 
(rhp'y?ri't>); ^2*nMriiGc^a'i); 
nnrin] (y^o-nad^'v.); "[nJln? 

(y'hp'nf a-f'n) ; ^DiH) (y'ho- 
fic'f); HmVIH^ (y%p''&dd5'); 

7iyln](rhB''*ddan);pTi1n: 

(yVBada'k); Dlln] (y%5- 
r?'ra); y^'^'H^ (y^hps§'b§,') ; 



(y^hp's5f5,'t) pr.n.m. 

^n^ see n;n. 

"l^l^^'n? see ^>; Hi. 

'^''Pt (yShi'r) af(/. proud, 
arrogant. 

pn^.see ^HK A'. 

^'^??'J^ (y^hallgl'v'l) pr.n.m. 

^fU.l (yaii'^ip'm) m a pre- 
cious stone, diamond or 
emerald. 

7^,1 (y^i'liaB) or ""^0,1 
(yc^'hBa) pr.n. of a town in 
Reuben. 

nKl** (yp-rb); n^v (yp-r^); 
•nxv (yp"f^a'z); 'pxr 
(yp'e'i); ^W'' (yoVs); nr 

(ypb); 221'' (ypba'b) pr.n.m. 

^11^5 W"' (ypbe'l) «i, ;?Z. 
D^,^?i], cry of joy, shout, 
signal, blast of a trumpet ; 
V2rn nyf the year of 
Jubilee, the [50""] year of 
release. 

7Ui ' (yuW'l) pr.n.m. 

7;2^P (yuba'l) m river. 

nnT'i'; (yp'z?ba'd); 12|r (yp'- 
zac^5'r); Hnl' (yP^a); pHV 
(yp'^aii5'n); VTV (yp'yjda") ; 

V,?;i; (yp'yfc^i'n); D?.;!] 

(yp'y5lcrm);2n.;V(yp'yarrb); 
"^^i^ (yCi'^a'l) pr.n.m. 



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124 



*73,p*l'> (ypd)$'h?d) pr.7i.f. 

b^r> see ^'r. 

m^i'' see 1^\. 

Di'' (ypm) m, du. D^O?, pi. 
UV2\, c. 7^^ [poetically 
nlr-p^] day; pZ. a number 
of days, some time, year, 
life; Dl^n to-day; Dl^3 in 
the day-time, on the same 
day; Dl^D at present, now. 

Dtjl^ (yom^'m) adv. by day; 

nj^j?l D^V day and night, 

always. 
\\[ (y5v5'n) pr.n.m.. lonia 

or Greece; jre»^ ^J^], jdZ. 

U\)V\ also a town in 

Arabia. 

11^ (yrivfii) «i, c. 11'!, mud, 
mire, dung. 

U\)\\ dove, 
•j^ ' (yon?') pr.n.m. 

y>)T' (ypnrk) m, />;. D^j?^r 

/ni^:r, ^>^n1p;^. sucking 
child; young twig, shoot. 

^n:i^ (yp'ns^rn); PjOr (yp- 
Cff); n;E?pr (yp'Dlfyr); 
n'?NVr(yp"fla);Ty:r(yp'?'d); 

pn^i] (yp'B5cl5'k) ;>r.?i.m. 
"^Ir?"^** (ypBf'i) »'i fashioner. 



former, maker, creator, 
potter. 

^""p^ (ypki'ra) pr.w.m. 
"li'' see HT. 
IT (yP'"?') pr.n.m. 

^'^y^ (ypri^') "I early rain 
[in autumn]. 

'''[1*1'' (ypnVy); D,*}!^ (ypiTi'm); 

r\X2*2f)] (yp'sibyr); n?"i' 
(ypgr); n;i5:'? (yrg^vyr); 

L^D*^? (yp'55frt); Dnl^ 
(ypO-5'm) pr.n.m. 

"^p '^ (ypO-?'i) in remainder, 
rest, profit; adv. more, 
further; too much; besides. 

nnnl^ (y?*rr$0-) / what is 
redundant, lobe of the 

liver. 
i?> r see nn. 

b^^V: (y^zrc'i); ri^r (yizziyyr); 
rr(y5zrz);ns>rjMyMV); 

'^,ti'1^ (y^z$ny5'} pr.n.m. 
^*1]!, (y^'z^') 1)1 sweat. 

rnr (yizr?-^) = nTj<; 

^^n^]! (yizr&^y^t') pr.7i.vi. 

^synr (yizr«'n) [^s*.^!];] 

pr.n. of towns; a^"'- 

J^I^Vir; also pr.n.m. 
"Tp!! (ytic^&'J) /»^ "in^, to be 



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125 



ntD^ 



attached, united. — Pi. fut. 

"t,ni to unite. 
"^0,1 (y^'^^d) m oneness, 

union, communion; adv. 

together, jointly, all alike. 
*1D,'! see T\'in. 
^^ni (yS^dii'v) adv. together, 

with one another, at the 

same time, jointly. 
*"!n!(y5^do'); ^,>?^TO(y&c^- 

dr'n); ^Ht"'?-- (y^£^d;yrhu); 

(y^'^azi'c'l); nnn: (ya^z^Vf); 
•^^^P.in; (y^e^ezke'l); ."1x1?]^: 
(y^^lzklyyr), iHtPI^: (^''^^l^' 
klyya'hy); ^'^)}}1 (yli^zer?') ; 
'?N''n] (y^^i'fl) pr.n.m. 

"•n^ see ri^n. 
Tn^(y5^i'd)rtrf/.,2?z.Dn^n^, 

/" '"^.T^l' o^^y? alone, for- 
saken; f [peerless] soul, 
life. 

P^'*': (y'^lyya) pr.n.m. 

^^n^ (ysm'i) a(Z/. waiting, 
hoping. 

?n^^ to wait. — Pi. "pn), 
imp. 'rni, /»«. "rn:), pt. 

'^plP to wait, hope, ex- 
pect, to be patient; to 
cause to hope. — Hi. '^''nln, 

fut. ^^nv, bryi]i to wait, 

to tarry. 



<^r*n- (ysi^l"'?'l) pr.n.m. 

Dn^ (yf^rra) fut. qn:, Dn\ 

;;/. ^pn^., to be in heat, 
to be in the rut, to con- 
ceive. — Pi. pf. f iv.s. 
^Jppr?,^., inf. Dp:, to be 
in the rut, to conceive. 
"l^tDH^ (y$e^mu'r) vi a species 
of deer, buck. 
Pr"'- (y^f^raa'y) pr.n.m. 

IP^. see n:n. 
i^^nj see p.n. 

^n^ (yae^c'f) adj. barefooted, 
unshod. 

''f!:^'/- (y?^B"'c'l) pr.n.m. 
"in'j (yad^a'r) Pi. fut. in''] 

[for in:^] to delay. 

"in^ see nin. 

^'D,l (ya'elP) m family, 

race, genealogy. 
t^nj (y&e^a'B) i^ii/i. p/. and 

w//". tJ^piOn, to be enrolled 

in a family register; inf. 

= register. 

^D,!. (y^'^y^) pr.n.m. 
^\ tD.1 see nt^J. 

^P3 (y^ta'b) fut. ntD^:, n;o: 

[once ^tD"*:], to be good, 
well, beautiful, pleasant, 
lovely, glad, cheerful. — 
Hi. 2'^'T], inf. yp^T\^ 



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T"^ 



3i?\n, n^p^n, imp. nn^p^n, 
/ui. n\p^:., np-^^ at3^,M, pt. 

2"'p"'D to do well, to make 
good, to do good; to make 
cheerful; to adjust; inf. 
adv. well. 

nntDJ (y^thr); nnntp; (yot- 

WH); nD> (yyttr) pr.n. 
of places. 

'■'". (y'tu'r) pr.n.m. 

vy!^.^ = yn:*. see ;n;. 
^*',?:!'! see 'r;^; in. 

w.s. . iJ^?., wine [made of 
grapes]; intoxication. 

^\ see HD;. 

"?)! see HDJ Hi. 

^^Tl^T, see inD i^i. 

HD]^, /)«. / nnDlJ, to dis- 
pute with one, to argue; 
to be convicted, reproved. 

-- Hi. n'-pln, nsln, fut. 
n^pr, HDr, ;)«. n"'p'ia to 

decide, judge; to meditate 
or arbitrate; to reprove, 
punish, chide.— i/o. nDiH 
to be punished. — IJUh. 
n^^Pn to dispute, argue. 

^'^T?^ (v^d;ri^v5') pr.n.f. 

y^l (yaci^rn) pr.n.m., jyatr. 



]^'*^^^; name of a pillar in 
front of the temple. 



vnb: (y^cftyitrv) 



■. ? 



fut. [taken from /^.] by^\ 
?5^i<, ^.51J, to be able', 
capable; to prevail, over- 
come, master, comprehend. 



n^t^D^ 



xmy^'), ^^y 



(y'c^yly«i.'hy) pr.n.f. 

Ht??. (y'rf>ynyr), in^PP: 

(y^c^Qny5'hu) pr.n.m. 

^^^pD^ = it^^B^^ see nop. 
n5\ 'iriD^ see nnD 7/v 
and ZTo. 

p. Iw) to bring forth, to 
bear; to beget. — i\7. ^51.3, 

n^*:. inf n^n, fut. i^v, 
pt. i^^y pi. Dn^ij to be 

born. — Pi. 'l-?^ infill to 
bear; to help to bear, to 
deliver; pt. ( I^ Jit"-*-? niid- 
wife. — P«. n^."' to be born. 

— Hi. I'^'iri,' "f^'^i, t»/-. 
T^il'l, i'^'^'H'-^ to ciiuM' 

to bear, to beget; to pro- 
duce, create. — Ho. inf 



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127 



v?:^) 



nn^n to be born. — Hith. 
'^^l^'^ to cause oneself to 
be enrolled in a family 
register. 

l^l (ye'led) m, i.p. "ij,;, pi 

on J;, c. n^l, n>% one 
born, male child, son, 
young one; pi. children. 

^'^?- (yaida') / girl, maiden. 

^n^ - (y^i<Ju'*) f childhood, 
youth; young men. 

ni^"! (yilio'd) 5w, pZ. D'^b], 
one born. 

^^bl (yali'd) «ci/, c. -^'b], pi 
c. ''y^''., born, son, child 
[born in the house]. 

y(PJl see ?]!?_-. 

^,?^^ (yfl&'l) i/i. '?^,'?^J,. *>2>- 

^^"n, "h'b'n, fid. V^^v,, 

^"'7\"l\ to wail, to lament; 
to shout triumphantly. 
^,c?? (y'lc'l) *n a howling. 

wailing, lamentation. 
^?,^! (yalle'feS-) /■ an itching 

scab. 
P?,^. (ye'iek) «i a kind of 

locust. 

^^f?^'^ (ySiiku't) »i shepherd's 
bag. 
C^ (yam) in, c. Ql, ?f. ?oc. 



n HD;, pZ. D^^l, sea, lake, 
the west; large river 
[Nile, Euphrates]; a laver 
in the temple-court. 

D.') (vera) m, only yl D^p.^ 
hot springs. 

^fl:''^; (y^rnCi'?'!) pr.n.m. 
TiD^ see nno. 
nj5*'P^ (y^mima) pr.n.f. 
X'lPl (yararn) m and /, c. 

it'.s. '','5"'^^ right side, right 
hand, the south; prosperity. 
j Pt- (yarai'n) pr.n.7H. ; pafr. 

1 • -IT 

^P^'P^* (y'mM') adj. right 
[as opposed to left]. 

]:}"^'0"!^ (y^mlni') (7m«. of 
"l^p^ "]5, Benjaminite. 

KxD^ n5?^- (yimla) pr.w.-Jrt. 
= j,<.P_ (y*nil?'^) pr.n.m. 
IPt (yfiQ^'n) ^i- [<:?^"0»t. of 

Vp^] vp^^, f»A vpn, i)»;>. 
/■ ''Vp'T}, fut. Vp''., ;>^- 
irp><n, pt. "i^p^^, to turn 
to the right hand, to use 
the right hand. 

' l^P: (ylimia') pr.n.m. 
^3D^ (y^maui') adj., /T^Jp^, 
right. 
^iT ; • (yi"i"9") pr.n.m. 



no; 128 

"IPJ (ym^'r) Hi. "I^p\n to 
change, to exchange. — 
Hith. 1fi?20n to take one's 
place [others: to glory]. 

"ip! see "11D. 
' 'jP: (yimm') pvn.m. 
^1^) = npN) see ips*. 
^[Tt (y5m§,'s) //i. imp. iv.s. 
'y^f^rp^n, to let feel or touch. 

n^^^ (ySnr) fut. n;;^ pZ. w.s. 

qr: [= Dnis m>j], p^. / 

nJi'', to oppress. — //t. 

njin, p<. iv.s. ■^."'.liD, to 

oppress, maltreat, over- 
reach, drive away, 
nill^ (ygjip'Of^) pr.n. of a 

town in Naphtali. 

D^^^ (y?nu'm) pr.n. of a place 
in Judah. 
^,^^ see N*U Bi. 

TVp_ see n-iJ Hi. 

•^Pt^?^ (y°nlk9') / a sucker, 

sprout. 
p}l {ym'k) fnt. pr% ^,^ 

p,^.1\ to suck, to enjoy; pt. 

a suckling babe. — Hi. f 

ni^^rn, in/. P:J^^, imp. f 
W.S. 'inpj^n, /h<. p^rn, 
prn, p^\;:".i, ^?. / rpj;^, 

tt/.s. irip^p to suckle; to 
let enjoy; pt. f wet-nurse, 
nurse. 



ga'f) m an unclean bird 
[owl, heron or ibis]. 

np\ nb^ see nnp. 
"f?^ (ysB^'d) i»/. nt:\ fnt. 

^E: [for np^^], p<. -IC\ to 
establish, set, found, build 
up; to appoint, assign. — 
A7. npiJ, inf. ^'0:m\, fut. 
^P)^ to be founded, settled; 
to take counsel together. 
— Pi. nE% inf ipi, fut. 
"^P", to found, build; to 
appoint, ordain.— P». "Ip\ 
pt. 1,p!|P to be founded. — 
Ho. inf. "ipil, pt. "IDii:, 
to be founded, established. 

"^.P? (y'Bu'ci) m foundation, 
beginning. 

Tip^ (y^fip'd) »i, pi. cnic^ 

and nnc% ground, foun- 
dation; pi. princes. 

"^••D^ (y^fiuchi') /foundation. 

"^■'Pt (y^fiw''") "»> only pi. 

u'.s. \liD^ those who turn 

away from me. 
nlpl (ylBDp'r) m a reprover, 

blamer. 

r\Ol {ym-<i)) fnt. r^y, to 

pour. 
n^D^ (ylt5k5') pr.n.f 



n.D; 



129 



bx 



^^\ (y?flrf) pt. pi D'SP\ 
Q. the saiTLe as Ifi. — Ni. 
PlpiJ, pt. P]Dl: to be added, 
to be increased; pt. fjpl. 
niDDi: additions. — Hi. 

ri\pln', ?]\pn, inf. p]pln, 
F]ph, ^PN^l, i?«. n^P^^j to 

add, to increase, to do 
again, to do further or 
longer. 

"IpJ (yPH'r) fut. nb^, l.s^r. 

w.s. Q,1P,^^, i?^ "ipS to 

chastise, reprove. — Ni. 

ipij, imp. np^n, /wf. "ip^:, 

to be chastised, to learn 
reproof, to take warning. 

—Pi. "ip% inf. ni?:, npi. 
n-jpi, imp. "ipi, /-w^. ipi;, 

to chastise, punish, correct, 
admonish, instruct. — Hi. 
fut. 'V^TL to correct, ad- 
monish. — Nithp. iPjJ, pi. 
IIPIJ, to be warned, in- 
structed. 

V) (yr) "', only pi. Uy^ 
shovel. 

place; also pr.n.m. 

^Vy (ya'rd) /w<. ny^l to 
appoint, to fix [a place or 
time]; to order [punish- 
ment] ; to betroth, to give 

Hebrew-Eiiijlisli. 



in marriage. — Ai. ^VIJ, 
fut.lVV, pt.l)}t, to meet 
by agreement, to come to- 
gether, to repair, to gather 
together.— i/i. I'pn, fut. 
T'yl"', to appoint a place 
or time, to summon, to 
cite.— ^o. ^<. l!;itD to be 
fixed, appointed; to be 
directed. 
"^W see 1)V Hi. 

^^V^ W. (r'dp', r-di') 

pr.n.m. 

n?T (ysV) to snatch or 
sweep away. 

I^V; (y5'v'r); ^')y] (y^'u's) 
pr.n.m. 
"I'V^ (y5'o'r) m, only pi. 
Q'liy) = "iy,l forest. 

W^ (yrii'z) M. ;>«. "t,V"iJ to 
be bold, impudent. 

(ya"azya') pr.n.m. 

of a town in Gilead. 

^Vl (yrn't) to clothe = HDV. 

tOy^^ see i:^V. 

"17x (y^'i'r); ]p^Vl (yrk-^'n) 
pr.n.m. 

^Vl (yrri) m ^\vin, ^^ 

'P^J/i'', to help, assist, to 
be of use; to profit. 
9 



^y\ 

chamois, stone-buck. 

^}!*l (y5*?'l) pr.n.m. and /. 

n?^?-* (y^"''i5') / chamois. 

Hv??-^ {y^""^^') pr.n.m. 

^,'^V! (y^'l«t'm) pr.n.m. 

I??,! (y&"^n) prep, because of, 
on account of; con}., also 
1.t^'>? ly.l and ^? 1V1, al- 
though, because, in order 
that. 

li^T (y*'?'n) "* 

D^JV^ ostrich. 



n;v: 



.y^' ^n?' 



only j'^. 
/ female 



ostrich. 

,rVl (y&'ni') pr.n.m. 
T\yV\ see I^V AY;?. 

^,J?J* (yr?'f) M. n^^:,. n^^ 

to be weary, faint, ex- 
hausted.— ^o. pt. ^yip to 
be wearied. 

^y.\^ (yrrf) adj., pi. D^sy;, 

weary, faint. 

n?T? (y°'5'^) "' wearisome 
course. 

p. "^^V^, to advise, counsel, 
admonish; to direct, to 
resolve, decide. — Ni. \'^i*^^, 
fid. ■'f,V.|^ pi. l'.V"i^ to con- 
sult with one another, to 



180 ns^ 



counsel together, to be ad- 
vised. — nuh. fid. "'f,y;n^ 

to consult together. 

(yri"akp'i??i); |Py;. (y<^"«krn) 

pr.n.m. 
"1^^^ see 11V Hi. 

?oc. n ny;\, w;.«. i"]v:, !>/. 

Dnv^ thicket, forest, 
wood; wild honey, honey- 
comb. 

nny,i (y^'-ar^-) /, c. nivi, 

•' jV_ (y5.'r|i') pr.n.m. 
QT>yn?,l(yi"arrrr^^'m) 
pr.n.vi. 

D^V? ;>»••«• see D^;;iv^^ nnp. 

(yifd'y?') pr.n.m. 

^^l {ym) fut. ns>:, Fj^.l, 
to be beautiful, fair. — Pi. 
TIB.) to beautify, to adorn. — 

Poipai. ns;?; {yQtym'). 

ri''E)^?^, to be very beauti- 
ful.— //i7/». n^irn to adorn 
oneself. 
n^l (y5fg') adj., c. nS\ 

/•'ns;, c. ns^, jt>?. nis;. 

c rilD^ PS) beautiful, ex- 
cellent. 



^D-ns' 



131 



^Tr 



^5"nS^^ (j-fe' fi') adj., only 
/ r]^D"nS'!, very beautiful. 

iS^ (y^fo') pr.n. of a sea- 
port, Joppa or Jaffa. 

nSJ {ym'^) Hith. HBlOn, 
to pant, to sigh. 

nr?T {n^'''^) adj., c. HD] 
panting, breathing. 

"is;^ (yofi-) ,n, c. ^d;, ^s;, Ip. 

i]S^, beauty, splendour. 

TPlinnx)] t5.^?l(yafirt); 

T\p^\ (y^funn^') pr.n.m. 
ySJ (y?f?l") ^t. ;)/■. and iwip. 

y^sin, M y^DV, yD% to 

cause to shine, to give 
light; to shine, to appear 
in brightness. 

ni^SI (yifa') /■ beauty, 

splendour. 
^?|^. (y^'feO-j pr.n.m., i.p. 

njnS>^ (yifta'^) jsr.w.m. 

t5^i<"nriS^. (yifta'^-ri) pr.n. 
of a valley. 

S^J (yfBa) i»/- ><'^;, J^><'^. 

p^.'xii^'N^I"', pi. D^N'il], 
niS^'r, to go out, forth. 



away, to march out; to 
come from, to be begotten 
or born, to grow; to be 
gone, expended; to rise 
[of the sun]; to end. ^- 
Hi. pf. and inf. N 7^1,1, 

imp. x;^in, fut. i<'p\ 

■^P% ^1, to lead out, 
forth, away; to produce, 
to let grow, to cause to 
appear; to separate; to 
spread, to announce; to 
exact [money]. — Ho. 
N^^n, p«. /TlN-i^D, to be 
brought out, to be led 
forth. 

^;^^ (y^B^b) [Ni., HI, Ho. 
taken froin 2iJ] Hith. inf. 
and imp. n^IOH, fut. 3>::0:, 
to take one's stand, to 
stand forth, to withstand; 
to hold a position, to 
stand before one. 

P^^ (y5Ba'^) Hi. ^^^H, inf. 
y^T\, imp. pi. 't'Viin, fut. 

:i^ai, y^:.)_, pt. v^^, to 

place, to establish; to leave; 
to put down. — Ho. fut. 
yp.^ to be left. 

in^V (yiBhrr) ^n oil. 

It : • (yiBha'r) pr.n.m. 

T^Tr (y?B-:Mr) or V^.v; (ya- 

Bi'r) m [and /"], iv.s. "^y^V,, 



pnv 



132 



"^p-: 



pi. DVv'^;, C. y:V:: COlK'h. 

bed; floor, story. 

pn^;* (yIBetH.'k) pr.n.u,.. 
Isaac. 
n^^tD^^ see "1^^ ^lYA. 

come fortli. born, descended. 

V^l (ymn Hi y\2in, fut. 

y'^l, to spread out. to 
make as a bed. — Ho. fut. 
y,^? to be spread out. 
p;^;'(y$B$'k)m/. Pi;?)?., imp. 

p'if^, p^, M p'^:, p:^\ 
P^,n.p«.?>.p^^;,?>^.DV.^iJ^ 

/nlp^], to pour, to pom- 
out; to melt, to cast 
[metals]; to harden; intr. 
to flow out. — Pi. pt. f 
Ppt?.!'? to pour out. — Hi. 

p^i;n/Mp^r,_p«. /np^lD 

to pour out; to place, to 
set. — Ho. ^'^^r\, pt. p,^lD, 
c. "p^"^- to be poured out. 
to be molten or cast; to 
be made firm. 

r\2;l\^ (y^Bykr) /, w.s. inp,2i^, 
a casting- [of metal]. 

"I^V (yyBci'r) fut. -ir, 1,^^:, 

-1,^;, -\v:., 1^.:, pt. -\p\ 

lit'', to form, to fashion, 
to devise; to produce, 
create; pt. [potter, creator] 
see l'p\ — Ni. "ISi: to be 



formed or fashioned; to 
exist. — Pu. Ti.) to be 
predestined. — //o. fid. Tii"* 
to be formed. 

"l-^r (y^Brr) fut. ^^\, to 
be pressed, to be narrow; 
to be straitened; to be in 
trouble or sorrow, 
'r,.. (yc'B(^r) in, w.s. "iTi\ 
formation, frame, pattern, 
image; fiction, thought, 
device. 
'¥,., (y?'BtJi) pr.n.m. 

"l-^"! (y^Bu'r) m, only pi. 
D^n^^, formation, structure 
[members]. 
J : • (yi^n) pr.n.m. 

^^l {y5B$'9-) [= nri] fut. 
nii], pi. ina% to kindle, 
to set on fire, to burn. — 
Ni. n^; to be kindled, 
burnt, consumed; to be 
incensed. — Hi. r"'ikn [IT'^Jri 
see riiil], once P^JilH, imp. 

pi. w.s. ri^n^VLf, ftit. n'i*i. 

n^,n, pt. n>^p to kindle, 
to set on fire, to bum. 
^p,^ (y^'keb) m, tv.s. fj3p\ 
pi. D">pp^, c. "»ap>, winV- 
vat, wine-press. 

7S^np^ (y^JbB'v'l) pr.u. 
of a town in Judah. 

*fp.^ (yylc^Vd) ivf l'i>\ fut. 



nv^Pl 



wi?; 



^i?.?., ^i?.'^ pt. f nip;, ^t. 

P- "^^Pt' ^0 glow, burn, 
blaze. — Ho. fut. IpJ'' to 
be kindled, to burn. 

R?*1Rt (yQ'kd'^a'in) pr.n. of 
a town in Judali. 

nnpi (yikhft') or nnj^^ 

(y^kfhr) /, only c. nnp: 
obedience. 
Tip!', Tp^ (y^kp'd) 7n a 
burning-. 

"T-ip^ (ygku'd) w a burning 

mass. 
C'lp'J (y^kri'm) «i substance, 

being-, the living thing.s. 

*L^hp^^(yakB's), t^*■^|p; (yakri's) 

m ensnarer, fowler. 
^^''r^i?! (y^kv'-8re'l) pr.n.m. 
np-^ nfp.^ see np.^. 
lJ5i?^ (ygkt5'u) j;»-./i.m. 
|?t (y^'^i'ni) pr-n.m. 
I^pl (yakki'r) (fd[/. dear, 

valuable. 

(y^kain'5'm) jir.n.m. 

RV?i?T (yekm^'5'm) pr.n. of 
a town in Epliraira. 

D^^i?^ (yQkn«'5'm) pr.n. of 
a town in Zebulon. 

V\?_1 fyaka") fut. ■ Vp.?., tu 



remove oneself, to be dis- 
located, to be alienated. 

— HI. T^P, imp. V'^^'T^, 
fut. t/^p."i\ to nail to a 

I pale, to impale, crucify, 
I bang. — Ho. pt. Vp^^^ to 
' be impaled, hanged. 

Y?\ (ysk^'B) fut. rp;:, rp.^ 

I?-': Tl^ r^' X?-% ^0 awake. 

np;^ (yskar) fut. -\^:\ 1p.\\ 

*lp.?.j to be heavy, precious, 
dear, costly, esteemed. — 

Hi. imp. ipin, fut. i^pv, 

to make precious or rare. 

1p;^ (yakrr) «rf/., C 1p.\ 

p?.Dnp], /nip;, ..nip:, 

pi. rinp^, c. rinp:, grave. 

thoughtful ; heavy, dear. 

precious, costly, esteemed, 

rare, splendid. 
np'l (yeka'r) m, iv.S. ilp], 

value, price; preciousness, 

honour, dignity, splendour. 
"^^pl see nip. 
trp^^ (yako's) pf pi. )tif\?X, 

T'^'i?-5 P^- ^P•"'^ to ensnare, 

to lay snares ; p«. a fowler. 

— Ni. ^'02, fut. t^fpX, to 
be snared, caught, en- 
snared. — Pu. pt. t^p^l"* [for 
^IPtI^] to be snared. 

t^p,^ see nti'p^. 
1?^P^ (yQks9'n) pr.n.m. 



^mi 

^Krijpj (yQkO-«'ri) pr.n. of 
a town in Juclali. 

KH^/ (y?rc') inf. NT, Ni^, 
nS1% imp. NT, INIV/uf. 
XT% NT, p^^lNT^^NT. 
to be afraid, to fear, to 
reverence. — Ni. fid. NT\ 
pt. NTJ, f nN"]iJ, ^Z. 
niNTJ to be feared, to be 
dreadful, to be reverenced ; 
pt. as a subst. wonderful, 
stupendous deed.— Pi. N "];•., 
inf. N.i;, pt. Ni;p, to 
terrify, to make afraid. 

Snf (y^rr) adj., r. N1>, 
pi D>N-]>, c. \NT, / c. 
riNI";, fearing, afraid, 
anxious, timid, reverencing. 

^<T_' X"!?.. see HNI . 

"?T! (yfr'9') /, (^. n^T, 
fear, terror, reverence, 
awe; mn^ DNT fear of 
God, piety, religion. 

j iS")^ (yir'p'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Ts'aphtali. 

•^iT^l^ (ylr'Iyy?') pr.n.m. 

^T'-T (y^r?'^) m fighter, re- 
venger; title of the 
Assyrian king. 

nT = n"^^^;'. see n^N. 

^5?5"1^ (y'rybb^'&l) ;>r.n.?»., 
surname of Gideon. 



184 



m^ 



Q^^^i^^ (y?'r$t»Vm) pr.n.m., 
Jeroboam. 
n^lZin^ (y?rybb^'sg8-)pr.n.5)<. 

nil, M'.s. ^fT'TI, i"ip. 11, 
nil, ni, ni, m it., 
i.p. i.i:., i^M, 11^1, . pt. 
iir, IT, ;>/. Dn-ii;, c. 
■"i.Ti;, /" n-[ir, to go, 

come, flow or fall down, 
to descend. — Hi. '^"'^'in, 
inf. nnin, imp. iTn, fut. 
T^i', *^T''1 pTl see 1T^ 
m.l pt. nnitD,' to bring, 
lead or send down; to 
throw down, to subdue. — 
Ho. ITH to be led down, 
to be taken down, to be 
cast down. 
~^,... (y^'rgd) pr.n.m. 

1^11 (y§rde'n) pr.n.. tbr 
river Jordan. 

nny (yjrr) inf. HT^, HIT, 
mp. HT, A/f. nT^ l.pi. 
?(;..?. DTjI, 2?^- "I.T, to cast, 
to shoot; to lay [a foun- 
dation], to found, erect, 
establish; to shed [water], 
to irrigate; pt. n"]i^ early 
rain. — Ni. IT^l to be 

shot.— M. n-jin, MnT\ 

11^1 [INT for nr], pt. 



^x 



135 



v.i; 



n^lD, pi. DniD, D^xiiD, 

to throw, to cast, to shoot. 
pt. archer; to wet, to 
water; HIlD = Hll^ early 
rain. 

niln, imp. niln, /•»«. nir, 
"T, pt. nilt:, p/. M/.5. 

''nl!:D, to show, point out; 
to teach, instruct; pt. 
teacher, guide. 

HT (ym'h) fut. pi mr\ 

[or for ^Kin] to fear, to 
^ be afraid. 

^,^'^"11 (y^ru'el); HlT (y5- 

rp'a^) pr.nm. 
p"nj (yiro'k) ?n green, herb. 

Ntf^n^ ntrni (rmsr) 

pr.n.f. 

saia'yim), D?'^^")] (yWs5- 
le'm), i.p. D'h^')')],' w. loc 
n l^^'^my., pr.n.. Jeru- 
salem. 
n"^.^ (yfi'?'^^) m the moon. 

ni;^..^ (ye'r$^) jn, ^?. D^HT, 
lunar month. 

'"U,... (ye'r|i^) pr.n.m. of an 
Arabian tribe. 

^^ni?' "•r^''")! (rrec()S') and 
Jericho. 



tO : (y^ro^^'m) pr.n.m. 

pair." "',?^*^^^^^ 

>[,!:- (y&rrt)?") pr.n.m. 

to deliver up; to be per- 
nicious or fatal. 

'^f!: J; (y^rl'e'l) pr.n.m. 

"^**^T (y^rl'b) adversary. 

^"•"^r (y^rl'b); ^nnUyMb&'y); 

nni (rriyyr); nlD-'T 

[nl^l]] (y^r?m5'-9-) pr.n.m. 

curtain, hanging, tent. 

''l^.VCy?!'?'^) /, c. !]T, W.5. 

••pT, <it^. D:2T, thigh; 
haunch, ham; side; lower 
end, stem. 

'^y.. see T]31 . 

nST (yarkf') /, w.s. InD-jl, 
du. Q:n?11, c. "'n^ll, side, 
hinder side, rear, inmost 
part, recess. 

^^Pll (y^irmu'^-) pr.n. of 
two towns. 

nlDII (ySremp'^); 'PT^fn- 
m^'y); n,;PT (yirm«y5'), 
'^n^Jp']^ (yirm^y5'hi:i) p)-.w.?>J. 

^^J (y5r&") to be afraid, to 
tremble. 



'N£1^ 



ntr^ 



t^SS")^ (ylrp''?'l) pr.w. of a 
place in Benjamin. 

pT {ym'k) inf. pT, to spit. 

py, (y^rs'k) m, c. pT co^;. 
greens, herbs, yegetables. 

P"l]!.. (ye'r^k) w greenness, 
verdure, foliage. 

PP^^.. (y?'r$k9'n) m yellow 
colour, paleness, withering. 

I'^PIl (yiiirko'n) pr.n. of a 
place in Dan. 

Dyp"|^ (ygrk^Ym) pr.n.??i. 

P^lpl'l (y'r^kiti'k) adj., f;pl. 
f^"iplpl? greenish, yellow- 
ish, yellow like gold. 

-nt?^""]^!, nrf "111, m/: f^^'il 

^[!l."i\ to seize, to take 
possession of, to possess, 
to inherit; to drive away, 
to take aAvay, to dispossess. 
— A7. tt^llJ, fut. tri^^ to 
be dispossessed, to become 
poor. — Pi. ^'y... fut. 
^r-rl' ^'^ occupy, scizc, 
possess.— Hi ^'^Tin. bif. 

K^'.lin, ti^nin, fnt. rni\ 
t^'11^1, />^ rnlr.:, to give 

in possession; In pos-scss. 



I to dispossess, to expel, to 

I make poor. 
nff^T (yVesiO and m-^'T 
(y'ryssg;') / possession, in- 
heritance. 

pntf^^ = pnl?^ 

piSDy^'J (j-flf'mr?'!) /^r.n.m. 
"^f!?!^? (ylent'fl) pr.n.m. 
-iDtrb"! [read ip/^^] 

(yl6D5cf)5'i) pr.n.m. 
\^\ (y?5), X^> (y$5) m, w.S. 

"I'tj^'^., IJ^^., existence, sub- 
stance, = there is, there 
are; "ji^'r^ J have; •('f.;: 
thou art there. 

^?^'^ [ym'h] inf. 2iB^;, 

nni^>, i>. 'r^};^'\'''pi. 
nni?^r, nl2:f;, to sit, to 

take a seat, to be seated, 
to remain, stay, wait; to 
dwell, to inhabit. — Ni.pt. 

2;^n:, / ip. r^rl: to be 

inhabited. - PI. 2^2^] to 
pitch a hut. ///. ny'l", 
inf. 2'''lu'\r[ , imp. 2-?**'"I, 

fuf.. 2'r)\ 2rr. i.f. 2^1" v.: , 

to cnisc to sit. to (MUsc 



3^<3tr^ 



137 



V.^x 



to dwell, to cause to 
be inhabited; to marry. — 
Ho. nD'i.l to be inhabited, 
to be made to dwell. 

^,ij??;:!. (yrsfib'^'b); nr 

nn^'5 (yose'b b$sse'b§8-): 

(jisbr b%p'b); urS ^yr^ 

(y^Su'bi le'e^em); RV-^rlr 
(y5'sQb'am); p2L^"^ (yisbj'k): 
n^'|^5^'^(yQ«b^k5s5') ;?»♦.« jn. 

^ I T (y5^5'b) pr.n.m. ; pair. 

l-)2^^ = ni2^'; see 11^*. 
niiri (yisva'); ]W) (yisvi'); 

help, deliverance, salva- 
tion, victory, welfare. 

i"'?^^. (ye'sael) m emptiness, 
hunger. 

nr^^ see nnr m. 

'^}^'l inwt) Hi. ^^yin to 

stretch out. 

''.^1 (yl§ry); n^t^"; (y^sfb), 
nns^: (yMyyr); iH^^: 
(jissiyyj'hu) pr.n.m. 
"^^l = H'}^l see N,tia 
HD^:^'; (y^slma) /, only pi 
nlp^^'^. desolation, de- 
VJistation. destruction. 



^iD^tr^ pp] (rslmo'n) 

7n waste, desert. 
^"•J^J (yfsi's) 571 an old man. 
^}^^P] (yegjsry) pr.n.m. 
2,^^ (y?§&'m) /•««. q^'^:, 

2*^?.; to be waste, desolate, 

deserted. 
2tf^? see Dp^f . 

iSrjtr^ (yismr); ^nv!^*^': 
;??. D^,^Nyp:p>]; n;yDy': 

(yisma'ya'); ^,l*f *f ^ (jism^rli'y) 
tn/. ]'\tp'], fut. l^f^:, to fall 

asleep, to be asleep. — 

Pi. flit. \f::._ to lull, to 

make one sleep. 
'^'\ (y5s5'n) adj., / HJ^";, 

old, of the last year. 
1ti>J^ (yjse'n) adj., pi. D;J^':, 

c. ^JI2^>, / nJ^';, sleeping, 

dead. 

j^^ (yPfn) pr.n.m. 
nj^^ (y^sSn?') pr.n. of a 

town in Judah. 
V}^1 (j^sr) Ni. V}^'^ imp. 

pi r^t^'iH, fut. y,i^"r, pt. 

y^ti^'lJ, to be delivered, 
saved, to get help. — Hi. 

vyir\, inf y^tJ^'in, y,ti^'in, 
imp. v;^'in, n^Y^^'in 



v^:. 



138 



hr: 



[Xrn^^tr'in = Hosanna], 
to help, save, deliver. 

W.S. ^vtp•^ w:^ W\ 

help, deliverance, salvation, 
freedom, welfare. 

Vp^, see n^f. 

in^Vi^? (y'^s^.'y^'hu) pr.n.m. 

nst^^^ (y5'§^fe:') or riDtr'; 

(y^c's^fe') m a precious stone, 
jasper. 

nS^I (yIspr);lBtf^"U3^gprn) 
pr.n.m. 

Iti'".!, to be straight, to 
go straight, to be right, 
convenient, even, tranquil. 

— Pi. 1,^":, "1.^:, wip' v^- 

to make straight, even, 
level; to declare right, to 
approve. — Pu. pt. 1,^*^!p 
to be made even, to be 
l)eaten out flat [metal].— 
Hi. I^fi^'ln, imp. l;^'"!."!, fut. 
"l^.^^l to make straight or 
even, to look straight on. 

^'^\ [nm:v) adj., c. 1^"\ 

pi. T\\'\^\, straight, even, 
level; right, upright, 



just, righteous; pleasing, 

agreeing. 

'r,:. (y?'s$r) pr.n.m. 

"1^1 (yp'g^r) m, w.s. I^f; 
(y^sro'), straightness, right, 
truth, duty, honesty. 

"^^rj;?"]^) (y^6§r'?'l$) pr.n.m. 

nnt^i (yisr?') /, c. npjf : = 

]^1^] (y^gurCi'n) m the 
honest one, the righteous 
little people [a poetical 
name for the people of 

» Israel]. 

^}^l (y¥s?'§) adj. old, grey- 
headed. 

^nij^'^ see nn^' Hith. 

*|^pptrf?n^»^ see pi^.^' Hith- 
palp. 

^T^l (y^o-rd) A c. nn;, pi. 
n^n^ c. ninr^^ peg, nail, 

pin; settled condition; 
prince; spade, shovel. 

orphan, childless, forsaken. 

I^r^ (y?^a'r) m what is 

sought out. 
^^P! (y&ttl'r) pr.n. of a 

town in Judali. 
D?ri^ sec HDD Hith. 
^n: see ^I?n. 



13}) 



n><3 



^4^) (ylO-15') pr.n. of a 
place in Dan. 

Dn^^Dn^1?^n'lseeDpn. 

(y$0-nr?'l) pr.n.m. 
)^r\] (yiO-n-^'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

■^PJ inH'r) Ni. inij, fuf. 
/' ninU, pz. nnniJ, to be 

left, to remain i^j^ remnant, 
remainder. — Hi. 'T'p'in, 

inf. i^nln, inin, mp. 
inln, A*^. i^n'i\ ini"!, to 

let remain, to leave, to 
spare; to prefer, to give 
superiority or abundance. 



pi D'^iri?, rope, cord, 
thread, string; remainder, 
remnant, rest; abundance, 
preference, excellence; adv. 
over and above, besides. 

'Viv (y^'^^'er) pr.n.m. = 

iio:; patr. nnv 
"in'v n'iri'' see ini\ 

"^^^^ (yiOra') /■ abundance, 

wealth. 

I • . (yi'9'r?') prn.7n. 
iQ"^] (yiS-ro'n) w preference, 

gain, profit. 

r5'$'m); riP^. (y^O-f'^S-) pr.n.m. 



^ ? *] the eleventh letter of 
the alphabeth, called 5^3 
[hollow hand, palm]; as a 
numeral D = 20, ^^ 500. 

? prefix, particle of com- 
parison, similarity or pro- 
portion; before Sheva 2, 
w. art. % xv.s. ^Jlp?, "^"1^?, 

^nlxp3, nloD, i:V.p2, ddd 
[DDii?],^ 'qriD [qO"i^'pL 

niHD, as, like, as if; at, 
about [a time], according 



to, after; before an inf. = 
as, when, if, after. 

nKS (k^'e'b) fui. n^??:, pt. 

nXiD, pi. D^nNpp, to feel 
pain, to feel a pang, to 
suffer. — Hi. inf n^i<pn, 

fut. r>^?:, pi. nN*?n, pf. 

!!l^J<pD, to cause pain, to 
make sad, to wound, to 
spoil. 

2SS (k^'fb) in, w.s. ^p^??, 
pain, sorroAV. grief. 



ns3 



140 



'.12: 



nsD (k^^') Ni pt. c. nspj, 

to be terrified, humhled, 
timid, sad. — Hi. nSDH. 



make heavy, to oppress; 
to make dull; to make 
honoured; to get renown. 



inf. nixpn to make timid | "IJ^ (k*V?'4) adj. 



or sad. 

nSD (k5'e') adj., only pi. 
D"'XD, troubled, sad, timid. 

-ISD (k^'^'r) pf. pi. ^S^r 
[for ^li^p^; or i>SD = 1-]^. 
see "11D], to pierce, to dio- 
out. 

It^*^? (k^"asg'r) conj. as. 
while, where, in order 
that, so that, when, in so 
far as [see "l,«^*^^.]- 

nns* (kjhrd) m/. liiD, fut. 

125^, to be heavy, weighty, 
severe, numerous, con- 
siderable, honoured, re- 
nowned; to be dull. — Ni. 

-13?:, inf. inpn, fut. nnp:, 
pt. ns?:, pi. €. •',•15?:, fipi. 

nnsDJ, to be honoured, 
esteemed; to show one- 
self great or mighty; to 
be wealthy, rich. — Pi. 
ns?, inf. and imp. HSs. 

fut. nnD;. pt. nns^ to 

honour; to make heavy , hard , 
d\iU. — ru. fut.12'?] to be 
honoured, esteemed. — Hi. 

T2^ri. inf and imp. nn^n, 

/•uf. ' -i^?:!, pt. T3?D"to 






13-?., pi C'H^p, c- 
heavy, weighty, grievous; 
numerous, great; dull, 
hardened, awkward. 
IIS* (k5V?'d) w, w.». "^nDp, 
the liver. 

inp (k5bp'd) mf/., /niup, 

splendid, rich; sitJ^^ riches, 
possession. 
IZllp (kp'hgd) wi heaviness, 
weight; multitude; vio- 
lence. 

nnns (kn>cdu'o-) /difficulty. 
nds (k5br) /Mf. n35% to 

be quenched, to go out. — 
Pi. nSD, inf n-QD, /t//. 
n35^, to quench, to ex- 
tinguish. 
niZl3 (k$V?'<}) rn [inf. of 

nnp'], c. il3p, i;::, w.^. 

ni:?, '^12?, weight, 
honour, esteem, glory, ma- 
jesty; abundance, wealth; 
poet, soul, person. 

^^ZlD (k^by'l) jt)**/*. of a 
city in Asher; a district 
of 20 towns in Galilee. 

^"iSB (k$bbp'n) pr.n. of a 
place in Judah. 



1^3D 



141 



nnz) 



T'J^I) (k^Lbbl'r) adj., pi. 

D''T35, great, mighty. 
T'lIlS (k«bi'r) m mattress. 

fetter, bond. 

DnS (kib^fi) ?)«. D5"i3, to 
tread, to trample; to 
wash, to full. — Pi. D3? 
and 033, imp. D55, fut. 
D55% p^- D35^, to wash, 
to full, to cleanse. — P«. 
D5p to he washed. — 

Hothp. DSDri [foronsr^v; 

to he washed, purified. 

ins (k?brr) El i'3?n. 
fut. 1^3?:, pt. i^n?^,' to 

make heavy, to make 
many; to multiply; pt. = 
fulness, plenty. 

■)]2!p (k^H'r) m length, 
extent; adv. long ago. 
already. 

i^r (k^ba'r) pr.n. of a 
river in Mesopotamia. 

niZlS (k^bara') / a sieve. 

ni23 (kibrr) /, c. ni?r, 

length, extent; a measure 

of distance [parasang or 

30 stadia]. 
trnS (kg'Vefi) m, pi. D^^n?. 

young sheep, lamb. 
n^tf^lS (kIbBa') /, c. nb'^?, 



p/. ntra?, c. ntf5?; also 

n^?2 {nhW) f lamb, 
young female sheep. 
trnS (kaba's) in/. tS^'l??, 

imp. w.s. riL?^'?p, /-^^ tJ^'i3?':, 

pt. B^,52, to tread down, 
to trample on, to subdue, 
to force [a woman]. — Ni. 
^3?J to be conquered, 
subdued. — Pi. tJ^'^D to 
subdue. — Hi. fut. SS^^,??: 
to subdue. 

^?,? (ke'bes) m footstool. 

Ir^^- (kibss'n) m oven, 
furnace. 

1? (k$d) /, w.s. "mD, p?. 
D''jlD, bucket, pail, vessel. 

in? (kaddvi'r) m ball. 

"•IS see ""i. 

"f 7- (k^dko'd) m a precious 

stone, ruby or carbuncle. 
IDi^^llS (k^dQrla'p'm^r) 

pr.n.m. 
513 (kp) adv. thus, so; here, 

there, thither; this way. 

that way. 
^l}^ (nW) inf. T(r\'^, fut. 

nnp^, to be faint, dim. 

feeble, dull. — Pi. nri?, 

n^riD intr. to be faint, pale. 

dim; to be timid, de 

spending; tr. to rebuke. 

chide. 



™ 



U2 



r.3 



nn? (kfh^') f initigation. 

nn? (kthg') arfj., / r\n;^, 

pi. niri3, dim, expiring, 
faint, dull, timid, pale. 

IP? {nH'n) Pi IP?, tJ//. 

to act as priest, to be a 
priest, to adorn with 
in'iestly dress. 

^Hj (kphfn) m, pi D'.^'Tjt' 
c. IJ.lI^, priest, minister; 
^"il^n in^n the High 
Priest. 

Tl^ll'p (k'liimn^') /, c. nijp, 
pi nil"!? , priesthood, 
priest's office. 

l^^S (kiJV) pr.7i. of a southern 
country [Nubia]. 

ynis (kob^") 9». ip. yniD, 

c. ynlD, helmet. 

ni? (k^vr) Ni. np;, /^*^ 

nip^ to he burned, scorched. 
n^lD (k^vlyy?i') / burn, scar. 
ZlD'D (kpc^5'l?) w, c. 3DiD, 

star; a great prince. 

P)^ (kyl) pf. ^2, to hold, 
to measure. — Pilp. . .r?"^?. 
/««. '?.5^3^ 2>'- ^.5 r^P to 
hold, to contain; to bear; 
to preserve, maintain, 



support, nourish. — Pulp. 
h^'f^ (kyiki'i) to be 
sustained, nourished. ;— 
Hi. ^'?D, inf. b'^n, fut. 
r^\ to hold, contain; to 
bear, hold out. 

TD*lJ (kumgi'z) m an orna- 
meut, gold beads or bracelet. 

^'^ (kCm) Ni. "jlpj, imp. 

D';rlD;, f nro; to stand 

firm, to be established; «^ 
be firm, steadfast, faith- 
ful, sure, reliable, fixed; 
to be ready, prepared, de- 
termined. — Pil y.iD, imp. 

n:^iD, fid. p.lD;, to set up, 

to make firm, to establish, 
to build, to make ready, 
to prepare, to direct. — 
Pu. "i^riD to be made firm, 
to be formed. — Hi. ')''pn, 

inf ip.r!, vpn, in^p. i'd,^; 

fut. VP^ l?.\l to set up, 
to establish, to found, to 
prepare, to direct, to aim, 
to attend to. — Ho. "jD^n, 
pt. IpiiD to be established, 
to be made ready, to be 
set in order. — Hith. 

piDpn, y.iDn, fut. i;i:o\ 

plD^ to be set up, to be 
built; to make one-jclf 
ready. 



143 



Kns 



"]^3^ (kiju) pr.n. .of a city 

in Phenicia. 
IP (kavv?'n) m, pi. D]J)3, 

a cake for offerings. 

D13* (koe)/, p?. nltpb, cup, 

vessel; portion, lot. 
Ou (kp6) m an unclean 
bird, owl or pelican. 

n^i^ (kQr) to dig out, to 

pierce; see "IS^. 
"1^3 (kCir) m oven, furnace. 

of a town in Simeon. 
trnlD pr.n.m. see ti^'lD. 
ti^^S (kvs) j9j-.w.m. ; Ethiopia; 

gent, yo,, ^?. D^'iD, 

D^r^i?, Ethiopian. 

Tt ^^ (kysi') pr.n.m. 
•jtr^D (kvsa'n) ;>r.«. = ti^"l3 

Ethiopia. 

'a'9-9,'yim) pr.n.m. 
nntf^lS (kp's5rr) /, only pi. 

ri11^"1p, prosperity. 
ri^S (kvO-), nn'2 (kv^a') 

^r.n. of a city in Babylonia. 
n"iri1S see n>nb. 

1115 (kprb) p«. ^,].3, to lie, 
to speak falsehood. — Ni. 
3i5J to be found a liar, 
to be false. — Pi. DID, inf. 



rijD, fut. 2]^] to lie, to 
deceive, to be faithless, 
to be false, to prove un- 
true. — Bi. fut. n^pi to 

charge one with a lie. 

yO (k^z^'b) in, pi. D\:?lp, 

c. '',5]?, a lie, falsehood, 
deception; idolatry, idol. 

^^JTj (kp'zel)?') pr.n. of a 
place in Judah. 
''ITS (kQzbl') pr.n.f 

y).^ (kazi'b) pr.n. of a place 
in Judah. 

nips TO (W^^) m, w.s. 

"•nb, Tjnp, strength, power; 

violence; ability; wealth, 
riches. 

"3 (kp'a^) m a species of 
lizard. 

nns (kf^^'d) M. in?:, /m«. 

nnn?J, to hide oneself, 
to disappear, to be de- 
stroyed. — Pi ins, fut. 
^pD^ to hide, conceal; to 
deny, to disown. — Hi. 

"i^npn, inf rn^n, fut. 

Tf^^l nn?:i to hide, 
conceal, destroy. 

^P? (k5^si'l) to paint [the 
inner sides of the eyelids 
with stibiuml. 



^•n: 



144 



«^? 



-)*,^3, "1^? (kiyyo'r) m pot, 
basin, fire-pan, water-basin. 

'*.^''? (kliry), \^.? (k?iry) <7rf;. 
niggard, miser, cheat. 

^-•^ (kclCi'f) m, only p^. 
r^1r5\?, hammer, axe. 

n^?D''3 (kimr) /the Pleiades, 
a groop of seven stars. 

D'^D (kic) iu purse, bag; cup. 

"l**? (kir) 7», only cii*. D:T?, 
cooking-pan [with a lid]. 

"litr'>5 (kisp'r) .n a distaff, 
holding the flax for spin- 
ning. 

nrjS i^t^i) adv. so, thus. 

13? (klkks['r) /, <;. "IDD, rfw. 

Dn5p, ^>;. Dnp?, c. n??, 
and' nn,2D,' " c. nil??' 
round, circle, circuit, 
district; disk, round loaf 
or cake; round weight, 
talent [= 3000 shekels]. 

^^ (kpl) m, c."P^ (kyl), w.s. 
lb, i:^?,D5^?, the whole, 
totality; all, whole, each, 
every, any; adv. wholly. 

S^D (k5i5') [takes also 
forms from H^^] ;>/ w.s. 

tv.s. Ds^?, /m«. n';?^ ni;?:, 

of a ;>«. ?l>.'ni??, ^^.'^^i to ro- 
heathen deity, Saturn. | tain, bar, restrain, close. 



Ci^TiI* (k$^$,'s) to decrease, 
to become lean. — Ni. fut. 
B'np^ and Hith. fut. l^p^r^ 
to dissemble oneself, to 
flatter. — Pi. t^'■^?, inf. 
*<nD, fut. tr'nD] to feign, 
to deny; to lie, to deceive 
[expectation] ; to submit 
oneself, to flatter. 

trn? (k^e^Ss) m, W.S. ^^V{p.. 

fi. D^trn?, c. \::*n^, lying. 

deceit, denial, flattery: 
leanness. 

ti^nS (kiJ^5's) adj., onlypZ. 
D'tr'nD, lying, false. 

''? (kl) m mark, bum, 

brand. 
**? (kl) conj. that, so that. 

because, when, for; DX ">? 

that if, but, nay but, but 

when, unless, but indeed. 

certainly. 
"T''? (k}d) w calamity. 
11"]13 (kido'd) m spark. 

y^y^ (kidp'u) m spear, 

javelin. 
P"! r (kido'n) ^;r.«. of a 

place. 
nil*'? (kfdp'r) m war. 

storming. 
1^"?? (klyyu'u) /vr.n 



I^D 



145 



p:^? 



shut up, liiiicler. — Ni. fut. 
S7D^ to be restrained, 
liiiidered. — Pi. inf. X'pS = 
-j.3 see n^3 Pi. 
sbD (krie) «i, w.s. IN/'?, 
pZ. D''i<7D, coiifiiiemeut, 
l)rison; du. !2^^<^p two 
different things, two kinds. 

^f$?? (kll'5'b) pr.n.m. 
^P3 (k^le'b) pr.n.m. ; patr. 

^^3 (kg'lgb) m, i.p. n^r, 
pV.D^p^?, c. ^2"?^, a dog; 
a male prostitute. 

n^3* (kfia;') tn/. ni^p, /•««. 

n'^5\ ?D^, to he completed, 
finished, ready; to be at 
an end, to be consumed, 
destroyed, to vanish. — Pi. 

n^2, inf. nb [N',b], nib. 

"^.^^l, to complete, finish, 
end, execute; to cease; to 
consume, to spend, to 
destroy. — Ph. H^?, fut. 
n"??^ to be completed, 
finished [see also i<,'?p]. 
n^^^ (kflii') / consumption, 
destruction; h'pD H^^ to 
destroy totally; a^civ. to- 
tally, entirely. 

n^? (k^ir) adj., fpi. r.ii?D, 

pining [of the eye]. 

Hebrew-English. 



n^? (kaur) A ^.5. 1:1^2, 

pZ. ni^D, nb, bride; 

daughter-in-law. 
>^^5^3 (knu') m = N^2 

prison. 
lips* (kna'b) m basket; 

cage for birds. 
J -I J- 3 (k^ly'b) pr.n.m. 
''n^lbS see 2b^. 

^Ji^bb (knuha'y), '^ri^bp 

(k^lijhy') pr.n.m. 
nb^'PD (knaia') /, only pi. 

n1^^^?, bridal state. 
n^3* (k^la^) pr.n. of a 

city iu Assyria, to-day 

Nimrud. 
^2,5^ (kg'la^) m vigour, 

strength. 

"tb? (keir) «,, z.p. >b, pi. 

□n''?5, vessel, implement, 
equipme 1 1 1 , baggage ; 

garments ; instruments, 
weapons, armour; boat; 
seat. 

i<^^~) see NiJ'?. 

n^^? (laiya')^ /, only pZ. 
m>j5, c. nr^D, the reins, 
kidneys; the interior, the 
inward parts. 

*11^^? (killayo'n) «i, c. ll^^D, 

destruction, pining. 

10 



^'',?|> (k5iri) adj., c. b'b:?, 

complete, perfect; subst. 
the whole, complete sacri- 
fice, holocaust. 

T'S^S (k^lko'l) pr.n.m. 

^,?5 (k5iiJ.'i) to make perfect. 

D?5 (k^il^'m) Ni. D^?J, inf. 

qV^n, fut. q'^p:, i^/. qb:, 

to be ashamed, to be in- 
sulted, to be disappointed. 

— Hi. D^bn, inf. D^,^5n, 

fat. D^,^?l,'_p«. D^,^pi:,'to 
reproach, revile, chide; to 
shame; intr. to feel shame. 

— Ho. q'^?n to be dis- 
appointed; to be hurt. 

*Tpp5 (kJlm^U'd) pr.n. of a 
district in Mesopotamia 
or Media. 

HD^S (k^iimmri') /, c. n;^'^?, 

pi. niJp'P?, reproach, shame, 
contumely. 

n^D^D (knimrav'O-) / re- 
proach, contumely. 

nj3p? (k^^ln?') pr.n. of a city 
in Babylonia, Ctesiphon. 

1^P5 (k$lno') pr.n. of a city, 
either = n^.?3, or in Syria. 

npD (kijm^'h) to pine, to 
long for. 

HD? (k^mrar) [= nap as 



146 15 

wliatVj how great! how 
long! how many! how 
often! 
DmM (kimh5'm); "i^rjP? 
(kimhrn); qrjii^p (k'raohrm) 
pr.n.m. 

ID3 (k'mp') rel. part. = Z) 
as, like; like as. when, as 
soon as; thus. 

I : (li'nip'y) pr.n.m. of a 
Moabitish god. 

j*lDZ) (kjmmp'n) wi cumin. 

Dp5 (k^m^'fi) ^<. p. qpp, 
to lay up, to store. 

IDS (k5mrr) M. "IDpJ, to 
be burnt, scorched; to be 
blackened; to be con- 
tracted, to be moved. 

"IpS (k^rai'r) or l^p (kp'ra^r) 
m, only pi. Q''T'pp, priest, 
idol-priest. 

")'''1t5? (klmri'r) m, pZ. c 
\1''"]??D, obscuration, eclipse 
[of the sun]. 

^?* (k?n), "IP (k^n) arfi/. SO, 
thus, just so, such, so 
much; p/ therefore, on 
account of, nevertheless. 

*!?* (kfn) adj., pi. D;J?. 
right, upright, honest; 
subst. the right; adv. 
rightly, honestly. 



U7 



njD 



*)? (ken) m, tv.s. ]^,'^, base, 
pedestal, staud; i^lace, 
station, office. 

njS (kfn5') Pi. n^?, /•»«. 
n|.2], to distinguish by a 
surname or title, to name 
with honour. 

n|3 (kann?') / a shoot, a 
layer. 

n|3 (kinnr)' /, pi. o-'p, 

g-nat, stinging-fly. 
ny^ (k|inue') pr.n. of a town. 

probably the same as HJ^D. 
11?? (kinnp'r) m, pi. D^JD, 

nllilD, a harp, lyre. 
TJnb:?? = fjn'^Jn? see 

D|3 (kinn^'m) m gnat, coZ/. 
gnats. 

*[^? (kfn^'n) tjnp. H^^*, to 
protect [but see HJD]. 

ipJS (k%fnr); n;^jp (k%an- 
y?'); ^n;^Jp (k»n|lnyrhu) 
pr.n.m. 

Oyp (kfn^'fi) iw/- Dl:p, j)«. 
DJb, to collect, heap up; 
to assemble. — Pi. 031). 
fut. 03.5] to collect, to 
gather together. — Hith. 
inf. 03.20^ to hide one- 
self, to wrap oneself in. 

y;| (k^n^") Ni. v,i'?h ««/■- 



yjpn, fut. v^p% to be 
humbled, subdued, sub- 
jected; to humble oneself, 
to submit. — m. y^Jpn, 
fut. y^:?l, V.l'^l to bow 
down, humble, subdue. 

bundle, travelling effects. 

\£,zT (k%§,'*9,n) pr.n.m., Ca- 
naan; ^ew^ l-Jyp-?, l?^- 
D]:yp.5, Canaanite, Phe- 
nician ; tradesman, mer- 
chant. 

113^^33 (k%9,"ana') pr.n.m. 

^35 (kaa^f) Ni. fut. f]J3?, 
to hide oneself. 

^J5 (kana'f) /, c. f].!?, w.S. 
^pJD, du. D:SJ?, c. ^D^D, 

nlD^D, wing; du. pair of 
wings; extremity, edge, 
border, skirt, side, wing 
of an army; pinnacle, 
battlement. 

^*!,|.r (kinng'rg^) pr.n., i.p. 

ni^D, also nnp, nii3^5, 

a city in Naphtali; riHj? □! 
or nn:;? D1 the Lake of 
Gennezaret. 

n^D (k%5'-9-) f only pZ. 
nj'J?, surname, title; fel- 
low-officer, colleague. 
10* 



DD 



148 



^F-? 



DS (kefi) m = ND? throne. 

SDD, npD (k^Bij) 5u time 

of the full moon, festival. 

i<P? (kiBfie'), HBD ,u, u'.5. 

nlNp? high seat, chair, 
throne. 

np|i (kfB5') 2^^ nob, 2?^. j9. 

""IDD. c. ''iDf, to cover, to 
conceal. — At. bif. rilD^M 
to he covered. — Pi. HE?, 

inf. niD5, fut. HDD?, dd;t. 

to cover, conceal, hide; to 
clothe; to cover sin, to 
forgive; to keep secret. — 
Ph. riDp and mDD (kgfie?'), 
fid. HEp;, pt. nD?p, lUth. 

fut. ns^ri?, D5i;i^, p«. 
HD^r^o, p/. Q'psbp, to 

hide oneself, to wrap one- 
self up. 

nniDS see nniD. 

"l^pr) (k5fici'y) «i, c. ^"ipp a 

covering. 
n^pS (k'Bu'^) / a covering-. 

veiling, cover, garment, 
np? (kPi'c^) p«. p. HiDD. 

;??. D^niop, /• nrviDi^, to 

cut off. 
7''p3 * (k^^Di'l) ad}.,pl D^.^^pp , 
foolish, a fool, stupid, 
impious; the constellation 
Orion. 



'r*'p3* (k'Bi'l) yr.n. of a 
place in Judah. 
ni^^pS (k^Bjiq'^) / folly. 

:^P5 (kpri) /■«<• ^pp: to 

. be foolish. 

"^P,? (k^Bgl) and ^D5 (ke'fi^l) 
»i, w.s. D?9D, pi. D^^Vd?. 
loin, interior; folly; con- 
fidence. 

"^?? (klfll5') /■ folly; con- 
fidence, hope. 

*!,*!??? (kiBlt'v) m name of the 
9'" mouth of the Hebrew 
year [December to January]. 

1 V?? (k^B5lp'n) pr.n. of a 
place in Judah. 

1 yP? (klfilo'n) pr.n.m. 

nlppp ( k^Byllo'O- ) and 
"lUHTlpP? (kiBlp'O-'tsVp'r) 
pr.n. of a place near 
Mount Tabor. 

^^Pc?? (kCifiiae^i'm) pr.n. 

of a people and district in 

Lower Egypt. 
DpD (k5Bi]L'm) inf DTDD, 

fill. Dbp^ to shear. 

*^9,?.p (kyBernH^9-)/" a species 
of grain, spelt. 

Dp5 (k5Bi:i'B)/»^2.|)/. iDbn, 

to number, reckon. 

5]p5 (kjBa'f) A^ P]?5:, to 
pine for, to long after. — 



np.p 



140 



^ 



Ni. ^P?J, in/: n??^5 Pf- 
?]D5J to turn pale, to be 
disconcerted; to long after. 

^D!D (kreef) m, i.p. P]D^, 

W.S. '',rP3, pi. Q'',?P?, W.S. 

□n"'£P3, silver, silver coin, 
money, shekel. 

S^Sp^iD (ka'Blfya') pr.n. of a 
place between Babylon and 
Jerusalem. 

nDS (ke'fie^-) /■, only ^Z. 

nine?, c. ninp?, pillow. 

cushion. 
DyS (kr^B) in/. Dly?, /m^ 
Dt?D'^, to be disturbed, 
fretful, angry. — Pi. OVD to 
provoke, irritate. — Hi. 

D\v?", inf. D\y?n, /Mt 

to excite, provoke, vex. 
grieve. 

Dys (k^'p) in, W.5. pvD, 

fjpyS, pi Q'DV^, sorrow, 
vexation, anger, provoca- 
tion, fretfulness. 

^T,? (k?i."|i6) m, the same 
as' cyD. 

^? (k?if) /, W.S. \B2, du. 
D:ED, c. \25, m;.s. ^,12, ^^Z. 
niE2, the curved or holloM' 
hand, palm, paw, forefoot; 
sole [of the foot]; pan, 
dish; handle; twig, branch. 



5]? (kef) m, only pi. D^Sr 
rock, cliff. 

n^S (k5f5') fut. n?5% to 

turn aside. 

HD? (kappa'), HB? (kippa ) / 

palm-branch, branch; the 

high, the noble. 
li^D (k^fp'r) m cup, goblet; 

hoar-frost. 
1*1S? see Dn?^ 
D'^SS (kafFfi) i)i cross-beam, 

rafter. 
n^S3 (k-fl'r) m, i^;. Dn^D?. 

young lion, young hero; 

village. 
T^y^^ (k^flra') pr.7i. of a 

city in Benjamin. 

t'SS (kf !§,'!) pt. p. ^1S3 to 
fold together, to double 
up ; p«. p. doubled.^ double. 
— Ni. 'P^'^h fut. bp:^\ to 
be doubled, repeated. 

b^^ (ke'fgi) 7u, du. d:,'???, 

a doubling, the double; 
adv. twice. 

*]S3 (kafa'n) to bend towards. 

*]£|3 (kafj'u) m hunger. 

%5 (kafa'f) inf ^3 [^ib^n, 
with ri interr. and ^], j?^- 
p. PjiDD to curve, to bend 
down. — Ni. fut. 1. 5^. ?]3i< 



153 



150 



^3 



135* (nU'r) Pi. "1,?.?, inf. 
and imp. 1?.5, fut. "ISD;, 
to cover, to forgive, ex- 
piate, atone for. — Pw."IS?, 
fut. 1B5] to be atoned for, 
to be forgiven, extinguished. 
— Bith. fut. 1C30: and 
Nithp. iSpJ to be forgiven, 
expiated. 

"^55 (kgf&'r) [de)wm. from 
"l|ib] to cover Avitli pitch. 

"193 (kffrr) m, c. 12?, 2)?. 
D'^IDp, hamlet, village. 

^mvr} n?5 (k^f^-r hram- 

mpni') pr.n. of a place in 
Benjamin. 

nSb (kp'f^r) m, tv.s. 'i^?^ 
(kQfrp'), pZ. D^Dp village; 
pitch ; cypress - flower ; 
ransom. 

DnS? (klppurl'm) vilpl. ex- 
piation, atonement. 

ri^^5 (k^ppp'rgO-) / cover, 
lid of the ark, the pro- 
piatory. 

ti^ss (kiif^'s) Hi. ^''B:?r\, 

to press down, to trample 
down. 

nns?*, "iins? {nm'v) m, 

pi. D'ln??, capital of a 
column, ornament [knob, 
crown] of the candelabrum. 



"^Vt*?* (k^fto'r) pr.n., pi. 

D^lr?D, Crete [Cappadocia. 

Cyprus?]; pi. Cretans.. 
"1?^ (k$r) m, ;>?. Dnp, lamb, 

sheep; battering-ram. 
"1?" (k$r) m, pi. Dn^. 

pasture, meadow; a earners 

saddle, litter. 

|3 (kpr) ?n a measure for 

dry goods and liquids 

[= 10 ephahs or baths]. 

'12^5 (k§rbri) Pii. pt. 
^31?^ to be clothed with. 

nn?*" (k^rr) fut. ni?>, to 

pierce, dig, excavate; to 
devise. — Ni. fvt. Hlp^ to 
be digged. 

nij^ (k^rr) fut. ni?^ to 

prepare a banquet, to 
make a feast. 

nns'* (k5r5') /w^. ni?:, to 

buy, purchase; to bargain. 
nnS* (k5rr) /; only ;?/. 

nip, nip, pit, cistern. 
nip (k?ni') f banquet, feast. 

in|>* (k^va'b) i»,pz. D\5np, 

D\nip, Cherub. 

^^"]^ (k^ra'b) pr.n. of a 
place in Babylonia. 

^^5 (^5ri') «i coZ;. royal 
body-iiuard, executioners 
[Carians?]. 



nn? 



151 



niD 



n^n? (k^rl'O-) pr.n. of a 
brook. 

nri'»"i!p (k^rm'^) /, pi 

D^'rin^l?) separation, di- 
vorce. 
23"l5 (k^rko'b) w, iv.s. 

nDID, border, margin. 
D!p"1? (k^lrko'm) m Indian 

saffron. _ 
ti^^p!pl5 (kark^I's) pr.n. 

of a city on the Euphrates, 

Cii^cesium. 
P?13 (k^rka'fi) fr.n.m. 
nn^l^ (kIrke'reO-) /, only 

'pl. riilDI?, fleet camel, 

di'omedary. 
D^? (ke'rem) m, Ip. D12, 

w!s. \tt"12, pl °\^1?/ c. 

^pID, garden, orchard, 

vineyard, plantation. 

''p"l5 (k$rmr) pr.n.m. 
^""Pn? (k^rml'i) m carmine, 
crimson colour and cloth. 

7p"l? (karme'l) m [= D"]!?.], 
i(;.s. 1^^1.3 5 garden-fruit, 
garden-grain; as a pr.n. 
Mount Carmel; also a 
town near the Dead Sea; 
gent, "ht?^^, f H^.'p^f 1?. 

jHS (k''r5'n) pr.n.m. 

Dpi? (kirBfrn) Pi., fut. ws. 



n|»P1D^, to browse, to 
eat off. 

V.l??, /)/• y.l.^, pl °',vi?, 

/• niyib, to bend [the 
knees], to kneel down, to 
sink down, to cower, to 
writhe in pain. — Hi. 

yn?n, inf. y\i?n, fut. 

t^^7!51, to bow, bend, pro- 
strate, afflict, grieve. 

^13 (k?ra") /, only du. 
0:^15, W.S. VVip, the 
legs, the lower parts of 
the thigh. 

DSn? (k^Lrp^'fi) m cotton- 
stuff. 

to turn about, to dance. 
t^^.? (k^r?'6) m belly, paunch. 
ti^"1.3 (kp'r§s) pr.n.m., Cyrus. 
J^3li^*l3 (kars%5') pr.n.m. 

[Persian]. 
nnS (kara'^) inf Hip, Hi?, 

tv.5. ''nip (kQiO-r), imp. 

nip, /w«. nip^, pt. nib, 
i)<.'";). nnp, /TpL nin"ip, 

to cut, to cut off; to maim, 
castrate; to root out, to 
destroy; n''13 nip to make 
a covenant. — Nl riipj, 

inf nipn, fut. n-lp^ "to 

be felled, to be cut off; 



niniD 



152 



I— T 



to be consumed, exiled, 

destroyed. — Pu. Tib to 
be cut off, to be cut down. 

— Hi. nn?n, inf. nnpn, 

flit. nn?l/ n-!51 to' de- 
stroy, cut off, withdraw. 

— Ho. nipn to be cut 
off, withdrawn. 

ninns (k'^rqo-p'o-) fipi. 

hewed beams. 

''pi.? (k^r?Sr) pr.n.m., pi 
D^ril?, executioner, body- 
guard of David [Cretans 
or Philistines come from 
Crete]. 

Ib^S (k^fi^b) m, pi. D^nirp, 
andnat^*? (ki6bii')/"= t^5p. 
and ri^tr??, lamb. 

*^^,? {H'm) pr.n.m. 

^^^? (kpdi') 2>r.w., only 
pi. D^n^3, D^^ni^O, Chal- 
deans, astrologers , star- 
gazers; Chaldaea; iv. loc. 

p.trS (k965') to be fat. 
^^f^? (k^issi'i) m axe, hoe. 
^WP inm) in/. ^ilTD, /m<. 

mj'tpp, to totter, to fail, 
to stumble, to faint, to 

. I . •' ' I" T •» 

pt. /,t5^?^ to totter, stumble, 
fall; to become weak. — 



Pi. fut. 7G^O^ to cause to 
fall. — M.'t^^rDn, inf 
^y?^,^^^>p'•51 to cause 
to fall, to cause to 
stumble, to seduce, to 
lead astray. — Ho. pt. 
. ti'PP to be overthrown, 
to bo felled. 

lV^?(kIg59lo'n)wstumbliug, 
fall. ruin. 

^?^? (k58$'f) Pi.p^ P);^"D^^ 
/ nSpS'DO, to mutter ma- 
gical words or incanta- 
tions, to practice magic. 

^W- (k$s§5'f) ni magician, 
sorcerer. 

^^,? iWm) m, only pi. 
D^D^»p,incantation,sorcery. 

"l,t^O (k5s?'r) fut. T^'5^ to 
be proper, right, pleasing; 
to thrive, to grow. — 
Hi. inf. "l''^t^*5''^ to give 
prosperity. 

l*!"!^? (kisrp'n) m profit, 
advantage, success, pros- 
perity. 

^P? (ksO-iVb) inf nInS, 

nr?, fut. 3P?:, pt. nnb' 

/>/. p. ^^ri^, to write, to 
inscribe, to write down, 
to record, to describe, to 
prescribe.— A7. 2,r)!?J, fut. 
^.r*??. to be written, in- 



nn? 



153 



scribed. — Pi. 3riD, pt. 

2r\'2ip to write [a decree]. 
nriiD (k^6-f'b) 9)1 writing. 

copy, book, register, letter. 

written decree. 
niiriB (k^O-B'bgO-) / a writing. 
D^n? (kM'm) and Q^^np 

(kittiyyl'm) pr.n.m. pi., in- 
habitants of riD [Cittium]. 

Cyprians, western nations. 
Pi^riD (k59-r0-) m fine oil 

[from pounded olives]. 
^ri3 (kp'^Sel) m a wall. 
ir^^riiD (kiO-li's) pr.w. of a 

place in Judah. 
Cpp (k59-&'ra) Ni. pt. Dn?; to 

be inscribed, to be written. 
oris (k6'-9-era) m [fine] gold. 

ni'ilS (kytto'n^^), njnp 
(k^o-o'nga-) /, w/.s. •'n^pp 

(kuttQntr), p?. riljpp, c. 
nlJnS (kgO-np'^a-) shirt, tunic. 

sinp {un'f) /, c. 5]nP, <iu. 
D.^Dnp, ic/.s. vsnp, pz. 
ni'snp, nsnp, c. nisop, 

shoulder, shoulder-blade, 
side, flank, border; pi. 



shoulder-parts, projections. 

"inp [nu'r] Pi. inp to 

surround, besiege; to wait. 

— Hi. I'.npn, fut. i^np: 

to surround; to encompass; 

to wear as a crown. 
iri3 (kg'^-er) m crown, 

diadem. 
I1")r3 (kp^rreO-) /, pi. 

n1"inp, crown of a column, 

capital. 

:rn5 (nH's) flit, tr'np: 

to pound, to bruise. 

nns {ka.H'%-) inf. nlriD, 
imp. nb, pi. iPib, /uf. nb\ 

pt. p. niriD to hammer, to 
forge; to beat to pieces, 
to shatter; to castrate. — 
Pi. nrip to hammer; to 
beat to pieces; to ruin, 
destroy. — Pu. Dnp to be 
dashed together. — Hi. 
J^P.n, fut. pi. IV. s. D^np^i to 
scatter, to rout. — Ho. 
npri, fut. np^ to be beaten 
to pieces, to be broken; 
to be crushed, to be de- 
stroyed. 



^ the twelfth letter of the 
alphabet, called 1^7 [ox- 
goad] ; as a numeral = 30. 



^ u] prefixed prep, to, for, 
towards, belonging to, in 
regard to. according to, in ; 



iib 



154 



tsn^ 



pi Q^pi<^, D^P,1N^, people, 
nation. 

CpN* (l»'yramrm) pr.w." of 
an Arabian tribe. 

l.r' (irh) m, c "37, ?c;.«. "',??, 
j)l. nl3^, and nn^ (ifV-a'b'i. 

the heart, the centre, the 
middle. 

nlNIl7, lioness. 

n"iS5^ (l^b^'p'O-) pr.n. of a 
place in Simeon. 

^!^? (l^b^l?) M. 35^J, fut. 

22b) to be intelligent. — 
Pi. fut. 35^; to rob the 
heart, to bewitch; to make 
cakes [den. of nn^n^]. 

nnb see ni?. 
nnn^ see nn^n^. 

in^ see 15- 

riS?, flame. 

nn? (ilbb5') /•= ni? heart. 
njlnb see r]pb. 

tru^, i:*n? (i«ba'§) ^n, «'-^'- 



nrh [Hf^n^, Id?], in?. 

i^^ (ip) arfi/. of negation, 
not, no; in questions, ex- 
pecting affirmative an- 
swers : S/ri ; i^73 besides, 
without. 

n3"T"i^!5 (ip-d=b5'r) pr.n. of 
a place in Gilead. 

^Py S^ (15 '§mmr) pr.n.m. 

npn*l S/ {lov^^tmijpr.n.f. 

ns^ (i5'5') /w«. ns*^^ N?;i, 

to be tired, to be wearied, 
to toil. — Ni. nX^J, pt. f 
ni<^J to tire oneself, to be 
tired, weary, exhausted. — 

Ei. ni<^rj, inf. n1>^Vn to 

make weary, to exhaust, 
to make impatient. 

1^^$? (l?V) pr.n.f. 

tDS^ (l5t) = ID^ see tD^^. 

t:S^, t^J<b see ID^. 

tDS^ (m'Ci't) to hide, to 
cover. 

tDS^ (ir?'t) w, ii'.5. "'tSS*^, 
tarrying, slowness [or de- 
rived from DN, tDN .^ 
privily, noiselessly]. 

^i^^ (15'g'l) pr.n.m. 



^]::n37, 12'*f n*?, garment, 
clothing, wife [?]. 

/J \^2^), to fall, to be 
thrown down. 



^n^ 155 

P^ (i''bi') m, pi. DS^^, lion. 
K^2p (i5bi') m and / lion, 

lioness. 
8^2P (i^biyyr) / lioness. 

nZlZl'p, cake, pancake. 

U^^ see D^ni^. 

1. pi. nJB^J to make 
bricks \r\yi%-Ei. ]'po, 
inf. p>^ [for V?^ni?], >w«. 
1^371 to be wbite; to make 
white, to purify. 

niJnp, white, bright. 

IJI^* (l5t)?'n) pr.n.771. ; also 
pr.w. of a place in the 
desert. 

nj^f (I'^fD?') / the moon 
[the white, the pale]. 
ijjjp (l«bsnf') pr.n.m. 

njn? /leben?') /, pi D^Jn^, 

c. "'J?'?, limestone, brick, 
tile. 

njl^p* (iibna') f whiteness, 
transparency. 

(libng;') pr.n. of a 



nan^. 



IT : • 

town in Judah. 

"311/ (ilbnS') m storax-tree, 
jier^. white poplar. 



npb\ m2b (i^bw) /, 

white resin, frankincense. 
n^n!' (l^bpn^i') pr.n. of a 

place near Shiloh. 
] IJJ? (l^bjnp'n) pr.n., iv. art. 

"jlJ^pn, the white mountain, 

Lebanon. 
'JJP (libnr) pr.n.m. 
Tji^b see l)n'^'. 

t^2b (i5b^'s), ^'2b (im's) 
inf. ty"n^, imp. tj^n^, /•««. 

tt^3^^ pi. p. tr'n^, to wrap 
up, to cover, to put on, 
to dress or clothe oneself. 
— Pu. pt. t^'s'?^^ to be 
clothed. — ZTi. tl^^i^n, fut. 

to clothe. 
^2h see tJ^'n^. 
^y (irfg) m basin; a measure 

containing the 12^^ part 

of a ]'r\' 
1? (ipd) pr.ji. of a town in 

Benjamin, Lydda. 
12*1^ (lldblT) 2>»*-«- of a 

place in Gilead. 
•^.1^' ^1^- see n^;. 

^l',? (m'hab) m, pi. D'',?"?, 
c. "',5n,Z5 flame, lightning; 
the shining point of a 
spear; sword-blade. 



^'^^^ 



156 



^mb 



he'HO") f, pi. nnni?, c. 
nun? = :int 

an Ilamitic people, Libyans. 

^Dx (l&'h^?) m meditation, 
study. 

'U,? (U'h^d) pr.n.m. 

i^.'^? 05h5') /■«/«. n^ni to 

be exhausted, to faint. 
•^P? (l9h$'h) Hithpalp. pt. 
•H^ri^ri^, to behave fool- 
ishly, to be mad. 

^p^ .(i$hrt) jA. t^n'^, pi. 

D^pn'^. to burn, to be 

I.I' 7 . 

furious. — Pi. ^Jj7, fut. 
^Dz? to set on fire, to 
kindle, to consume. 
^p? (UVh$t) m flame, flash- 
ing blade. 

t^P^ (lahrt) w, pz. D^.pn^, 

c- "".Pn.Z, secret art, magic, 
sorcery. 

Dp? /I5l4'm) ^27/t. pt. pi. 
D''pn'^Op what is eaten 
greedily, dainties; [others: 
wounding or mysterious 

words]. 

|P7 Oohf'n) adv. therefore. 
■^iPxPr (I'hykti') /, only c. 

^ i^D,^ , as.se m 1) 1 y , t ro op . 

company. 

^^ = N. [see also 7]. 



P, NP (ly) co«j. if, if yet; 
oh that! oh if! 

D^it' (lobi'm) also D^a';;' 

(lybbrm)pr.?i.m.p^, Libyans. 
Ii'^ (lud) pr.n.m. Lydia, 
Lydians; Dni*? a people 
in Ethiopia. 

P3^ (i5vr) /««. ni^:, p<. 

^t.P, to cleave to, to ac- 
company; to borrow. — M. 
ni'?J, fut. m]^:, to join, 
to^ attach oneself. — Hi. 

^r[^ fut. nih:, pt. ni^^ 

to lend. 

T^^* (luz) fut. ^b\ to bend, 
to turn away. — Ni. pt. 
Tip^ to be perverted, per- 
verse, wicked. — Hi. fut. 
171 to turn away, to dc- 
l)art. 

Ti^ (iQz) m almond- or 
nut-tree. 

"•' (luz) pr.n. of a town, 
afterwards ^NTl'^S; pr.n. 
of a Hittite town. 

n^p (lu'ad)) m, pi niHi^, 

nin^, table, plate, s'lal>. 

board, plank; du. ^''.^T^'^ 

deck of a ship. 
riTH^ (lOel)!'^-) pr.n. of a 

place in Moab. 
^*P'l^ (loe^f's); t:i^> (Ipt); 

'It?'!^ (iptun) pr.n.m. 



>^b 



157 



^P^ 



tOi/ (lot) m covering, veil. 

^^h (lut) pf. p^, pt. i:>')b, 

pt. p. f n,'^*'?, to cover, 
hide, conceal. — Hi. fid. 
^.'P.^jl to cover. 
J? (l?vr) pr.n.m.\ patr. ''W 
'[for ';>X^l pi. D'^,)% 

Ht" (li^y?') / wreath. 

garhind. 
]J}1y (ilvyiO-a'n) m serpent, 

crocodile, huge sea-monster. 

b'V (itji) m, only pi. D^b'b 
winding stairs. 

iSbl^ (iciir) [= i<b i'?], 'b6, 

conj. if not, unless. 

1^^* (lun), rb (lln) p/-. 1^, 
in/. li^, V?, iini?. V?, /-u^. 

r>;, ih, lb, pi- 1^, to 

pass the night, to turn 
in, to stop for the night, 
to lodge, to abide, to re- 



main, to continue. 



Hi. 



V,< ^1, fut. ]''^l. to cause to 
remain over night. — Hith. 
fid. p.'i'^ri^. to lodge, to 
stay. 

"p'' (lan) M. 11^:, fut. i^\ 

to mutter, to murmur, to 
be refractory. — H\. "ivH, 

same as Ni. 

P? (lu'"') pf pi. 'vb, ^v^l, 



fut. y5,Tj to swallow down ; 
to talk foolishly. 

7lt5 (15B) f^>!p] pjr y^^ ^^ 

Yl, pi W'fp, to mock, 
deride, scorn. — Hi. "^'^^H^ 

fut.rb\, pt. Y'b^.pi'c. 

^^^v^, to mock, scorn; to 
intei-pret, to meditate. — 
Hith. "f.^il^nn to act as a 
mocker. 

l^V* (iCis) inf ^'lb, imp. 

2. sg. ']^^b, fut. ^-^bi, tr^,"; 

(vslyya'lQs), pt. fjpl. rilti^'J, 

to knead. 

t^'^t5^ (las) pr.n.m. 

ri^l^ (ifzy'^-) /•, c. mb, 

perverseness. 

•"'? (l&^) adj., pi D^n^, 
moist, fresh, green. 

freshness, vigour. 

D^np (l^u'm), Diny^la^u'm) 
m, w.s. ''pri'P, llp^n^, food, 
nourishment; flesh, body. 

Y^^P^ im') f i-p- vb, w.s. 

1;n*S, du. D.vn?, c. ]'!nb, 

chin, cheek; jaw-bone. 

"•np^ (i-^r) p,..7z. [^n^ np"5] 

of a place on the border 
of Philistsea. 

■^P/ (15^^'c^) inf "qh^, to 
lick, to lick off, to eat off. 



Dn 



■y-f 



— PI tjn'?, fut. T]n^?, to 

lick up, to consume. 

Onp* (l5^i]L'm) imp. QH^, 

fid. qn^:, pt. qn'^, ' ^z. 

D^pn?, to compress, to 
fight, to make war. — Ni. 

qnV;, inf. Dn^J, qnj^n, 
mj?. on^n, fut. qn^\ 

°C^.V' ^^ f'g'^t, to make 
war. 

pt. p. Din^, ?>?. 
to eat, to consume. 
°P/ (If^rra) m, c 
war, fight, siege. 

w.s. ''pn?, food, grain, 
wheat, bread, loaf. 

(pnP (l§e^rai') pr.n.m. — 
^pb^n n^3 Bethlehemite. 

Opn? = R?>n^, °bi' see 

q^n inf 

Dijn^ (l§S)m5'B) pr.w. of a 
place in Judah. 

I^n^ im^'fi) fiit.ynb\ pt. 

yri/, pi. ^''.^np, to press. 
to crush, to oppress. — Ni. 
fut. YJ^^] to press oneself. 

"fn^ (u^'e^&B) »n, i.p. yn^, 

w.s. ^J^D.l^, oppression, 
distress, affliction. 
^n^ (i5^i^'s) Pi. p<. p/. 



168 n'>''? 

D^.^D.Zp, to whisper, to 
mutter incantations. — 
Biih. fut. K^n^n?, pt. 'pi. 
D''^<yrfpj}^ , to whisper to 
each other. 

pZ. Dy^n^, whisper, mur- 
mur, whispered prayer; 
incantation, charm, spell; 
amulet. 

fut. qn*^\ I J^n? see ni^. 

iri'?, top ['lSN^] (I5t) m secrecy, 
secret arts; q^5 secretly., 
^^ (lot) w ladanum, resin 
of the cistus-plant. 

•^.^^r (i"*5'5') / a species 
of lizard. 

Dtr^tDp (ictysi'm) 2?r.n. of an 
Arabian tribe. 

^f^^ (I5ti's) inf ty'ltD^, 

/uf. tJ'pi^:, ;?^ ::*b'^, ' to 

hammer, to forge, to 
sharpen, to point. — Pu.pt. 
K'd'^P to be whetted, 
sharpened. 

"^.T^ i^m') f, only pi. nvy 

wreath, garland, festoon 
[in architecture]. 

^i^ (i<^'ylO and [w. loo. H] 
^T!?- (u^'yi?) "i, C. '?\^, ;./. 
m^^?, night; arfv. by night. 

^Wr (ilU'^) /night-spectre, 



159 



^,«^ 



night-spirit, ghost [Lamia, 
Empusa]. 

Xh see ]^b. 
Y"'h see Y'h. 
^^,^' (Ua'yig) m lion. 
^^'PJ (l*'yis) pr.n. of a 

town, afterwards called 

1"^; also pr.n.m. 
"T,?^ (I5c^a'd) inf. ib^, "I'D j', 

"ip?^, 2>f. 15^, to catch, 
take, seize; to capture, to 
conquer; to choose, — Ni 

td'^j, fut n5^:, pt. n?5'J 

to be taken, caught, cap- 
tured, conquered, selected. 
— ffith. n^^On to hold 
fast together, to become 
firm. 
^rr''^. (l^'cl^d) in capture. 

^^?^ rib, ri^b see -?_n. 
riib^ = ri^ see ^. 

HD/ (led^?') 2»*-w. of a place 

in Judah. 
t^'ip? (ifc^i's) ^r.n. of a city 

in the plain of Judah. 

1?? see 1?. 

loop, noose. 

np^ (lama'd) inf. ITD^, 
-ID?, w;.5. np^ (iQmdi'), 

M ^»h, i><./>. "i^^?, to 



learn, to study, to be ac- 
customed to. — Pi. "T,^/, 
inf. and imp. *l,^5z, /it^ 
^,^Z), i?«. ^,9 ^^5 to teach, 
instruct, practise, train. — 
Pu. pt. '^1^7^ to be taught, 
to be trained. 

TOp, l^'Ob (limmu'd) adj., 

pi. dh^d"?, c. niD?, 

taught, trained, skilled, 
accustomed; disciple. 

(l^mij'e'l) pr.n.m. 
n^^^ see "IXd'?. 



(ig'mgd^) pr.n.m. , i.^. 
yj' (loV) ,„ throat. 

:^y^ (ir^'i?) ^/. ^«. 3!;|?D 

to mock at. 

T;b (I5'a'^) /•„«. yjJ7l pt. 

^^l?1?, to laugh at, to mock, 
to deride. — Ni. pt. c. 
^V/J to stammer, to speak 
unintelligibly. — Ei. fut. 

^''^71^ pt. ^}^)>^ the same 
as Qal. 

-^Vb (ir'$?) m, w.s. D^yX 
mockery, scorn, blasphemy. 

^Vb (ir?'g) adj., pi. c. 'i^vX 
speaking barbarously, stam- 
mering; mocker. 



n'jv^ 



160 pp.S 



n^V? (irdr); m^ (l^da'n) 
jpr.w.«i. 

niV^ see my. 

^V^ (ir^'z) p<. l.V^, to 
stammer, to speak un- 
intelligibly. 

^.^Z (I5'?i't) ^t. i«j^. w.s. 
^Jt3>V?n, to give to eat. 

n?5^,c (i^'^'^nri') / a bitter 
herb, wormwood, bitterness, 
hard lot, curse. 

torch, flame, lightning. 
nl*]^?^ (l^ppidp'^) pr.n.m. 
^PS? see nJB. 
*',?.?? (llfn^'y) «c?/- interior. 

J^?? (I5f^'«-) fiit. r\B^), to 
bend a bow, to clasp, to 
embrace. — Ni. fut. riD^^ 
to turn oneself. 

yP (i?B) [see }^17] ju mocker. 

Pt^^ (l$Bp'n) m mockery, 
derision. 

7^^ (l^Bn'B) pt. Yy,\'7, to 
mock, to deride. 

D^l^^ (ijkku'm) ^r.n. of a 
place in Naphtali. 

^^^ (igk^ei)) inf. nfp^. 

np,' i.p. np, nnp, to^ j 



to take, to seize, to lay 
hold of; to take from, to 
take away, to capture, to 
conquer; to accept, receive; 
to perceive. — Ni. nj77J^ 

inf. np.^n, fut. np^^ to be 

taken, seized; to be taken 
away. — Pu. np.7, fut. 
np.^ [or Ho:\ to be' taken, 
to be taken away, to be 
led away. — Ho. fut. n^,\ 
to be brought, to be 
fetched, to be taken away. 

— Hith. pt. f rn"?%7p to 

contain oneself, to be con- 
tinuous. 

learning, in.struction, doc- 
trine, knowledge. 

"•nj^P (nkd)!') pr.n.m. 

^ii^< (l^kCi't) inf. and hup. 
IDJPJ', fut. tOp^:, to prick 
up, to collect, gather, 
glean. — Pi. Dp.'?, inf 'lip.^, 

fut. t^pi:, pt. Dpi:p, the 

same as Qal. — Pu. fut. 
^i^,\ to be gathered. — 
Huh. fut. l^p.^:*?^ to be 
gathered, to assemble. 

t^f^b (ig'k^t) m a gleaning. 

pp.^ jl5krk) /•„«. p^;. 
pi. ^p?^, to lick, to lap 



^■p-? 



161 



^1Nt2 



up. — Pi. pt. pi^.!?P the 
same as Qal. 

t^P.^ (I5kas) Pi. ^'iPb to 

g-atlier the late fruits. 
ti^p? (16'kgs) m after-grass, 
after-inath. 

see ^<,■'!;. 

ntr^ (lasa'd) m, c T^)>, 

w.s. "'T^?, juice [of life], 
vigour; sweet cake. 
^Itrp (l$sp'n) / and m, c. 

n Jb'? , tongue ; speech, 
language; tongue-like bar 
of gold; flame; tongue of 
a sea-bay. 



w. lo^. n nn^'f?, pi. 

m'D^'^, c. niDtp7, chamber, 
cell, room, appartmeiit, 
magazine. 



Jt^^^^ 



(ig'fcem) VI a precious 



stone, opal. 

0?^^ (le'bem) pr.n. of a 
town = C'."'^'?- 

1^*?. (Ipa'n) Po. pt. X^f'ht:^ 
[I'-r'Jp]^ to slauder. — Hi. 
fut. ]^.^1 to slander, ca- 
lumniate. 

V^,^ (ir§r) i.p. V'^k^ pr.n. 
of a place near the Dead Sea. 

n^ = rnb see n^v 

*C,v (ie''9'8*) »* a measure 
for grain. 



^ 



^5 D the thirteenth letter 
of the alphabet, called 
D^P [water]; as a numeral 

O = 40, D = 600. 

D^l^l^p (ma"abu'fi) w, pi. 
iv.s. n''D^>|^'5, granary. 

1^?9 (m^Vd) m, w/.s. nXp, 
power, strength, force; 
-IXp-IXP2 with all might; 
ISp iy to a high degree, 
very much; adv. much, 
greatly, exceedingly, very. 

Hebrew Euslisli. 



a hundred, the hundredth, 
one per cent, a hundred 
times; du. two hundred; 
pi. hundreds. 

I l^*SU (me'5') pr.n. of a 
tower in Jerusalem. 

^,t^>^? see ^.1«. 

"".l^P (ma"av§'y) in, only pZ. 
c. ]11^_^ desire. 

11 



D^SD 



162 



D^SD (mym) [C'^], «?, W.S. 

Dp't3, defect, spot, stain. 

nrj^SD (m^'t:irar)[=ntti np] 

whatever, anything, some- 
thing. 
DlS?p (mf'p'B) m refuse, 
anything despicable [see 

"liSD (m^'p'r) 7», c. liX^, 

pZ.' nnxp, nnxp, a 'lu- 
minous body, liglit, lu- 
minary; candlestick. 

n^^iSD (m''ar|[') / place of 
light; cave, hole; eye. 

|T/Su (mo'zf'n) ?ji, only du. 
'd.''J]>^», c. V.]^^9, pair of 

^ scales, balance. 

eatables, food, victuals. 

rpbh^D (m&"ac^$'ig9-) f food 
[fuel]. 

n^DSg (mr'^c^rieO-) /knife. 

ypSp (ra^"aiiirB) m, only 
^Z. W'ji'Q^J^ , power, ex- 
ertion. 

"^JJ^P (m^ifajn^'r) m word, 
edict. 

1?!?? (m«['t'ii) Pi. l^^^, w/- 
1XD, fut. IXp), to be un- 
willing, to refuse. 

*!?!?? (m5'?'n) adj. un- 
willing, refusing. 



sy (m?'f'n) adj.. only j??. 

DS^* (mri'Ci'fi) m/- ClXp, 

to despise, reject, refuse, 
repudiate. — Ni. DSI??J^ 
M CXa>, ;;^ CXtpJ to be 
despised, rejected. 
Df<9'' (mr^'fi) [=Dp9]/-«f. 
DN'^^ to melt, to feel un- 
done. — Ni. fut. DX*-): 
[= D(^^] to melt away, to 
dissolve. 

"^.^^P (m^"''f§') m some- 
thing baked. 

<r *^i? (m,V'aff'i) m darkness. 

n^?^*^P (m^'p?'i'y5') / dark- 
ness of H), utter darkness. 
INp (m^^'r) Hi. "1'Xpn, 

pt. l\xp^, /•n^^<lpi,* to 

hurt, to wound. 
nn»SD(miV'arrb)jn; c. 3T.N;D, 

ambush, ambuscade. 
niSD (rn^'cr^') f curse. 

"lt^*Sp = It^'S; IP couj. 

because. 
7^2p (mlbdj'l) rt(//., only fipl. 

nTp^^P, separated, singU\ 

sinD (mriv?') wi, c. xinp. 

W.S. -iXip, M.JS3t?, p?. "c. 
^Xl3p, entrance, act of 



HNiap 



163 



-1.10 



entering, entry ; setting- 
[of the sun], west. 

nXllD (m^bp'r) /, only pi. 
nlNln^, entry [of the sea]. 
haven. 

nD13D (ni^brid)5') / con- 
sternation. 

7^210 (mabbti'l) m flood, 
deluge. 

npl^D (m^bvfi?') / a tram- 
pling cToAvn, subduing. 

^i3y (mabbu'g,') in, pi. c. 
^Vi3D, fountain, spring. 

rtjP^nD (m»byka') / empti- 
ness, desolation. 

ti^'^IIp (mjbu's) in, only pi. 
OyUJ?, Dy?P, the privy 
parts, pudenda. 

"Tln^P (mib^p'r) and in^r.: i 

(mjb^a'r) m. c. *in2D^ 
selection, the choicest, hest. 
in^p (mlbe^a'r) pr.n.m. 
u2(J (mabba't) m, lu.s. 

Ijps^, "tpsi?, expectation, 
hope. 
^St^np (mibtr) m rash 
utterance. 

ntjip (mibt5'^) m, c. n;D:?p, 
IV. s. "'HlD^p, "'n'L:?^', '^z. 

D^ntD^P, confidence, tmst, 
security, ease, prosperity; 
object of trust. 



*>nD = N^ni?, see Xl3. 

ri'i^^bz'Q (mrib%r^) f a 

cheering up, cheerfulness. 
n^Zlp (mibn^') m building, 

house. 

j-ii— P (m^bunna'y) pr.n.m. 



lynD _ *ri.riv5P 



see 



■'ll^^P, fortification, for- 
tress, citadel, fortified city. 
'l^r^P (mibBa'r) pr.n.m. 

nnnp (mibra'^) m flight; 
a fugitive. 

^^^P (mibfif'm) pr.n.m. 

only pZ. riipl^'2p, cooking- 
place, hearth. 

yQ (mfg) m magus, Persian 
priest. 

^""•^rP (magbi's) pr.n. of a 
place. 

n^^^P (migb5l5') /, .only 



n^5:HP (migbrs') /, i^/. 

n'y3-)f.p, turban, headdress 
of priests. 

preciousness,precious thing, 
choice fruit. 

11* 



n:5o 



164 



^'.1^^ 



I'lllp (m^'Iddo') pr.n. of a 
city in Issachar. 

, NmJIU (m$^dr?'l) pr.n.m. 

^^^P (ml^dj'l) m, c. '?,"i:5», 
j^I'D^'pM^r;), ni^'l.lD, tower, 
watch tower; pulpit, high 
stage; raised bank of 
flowers; "TIV t'tl^P tower 
of the flock, a place near 
Bethlehem. 

y^yO , ^l^-I^P (inl^dp'l) pr.n. 
of two towns. 

nj'l?^ (ml^dgar) /, only ;>/. 
niJ'l^D, precious things. 

JUU (m5gp'^) p7'.>j. of a 
uortheni people, Scythians. 

"ll^p (m^^p'r) m fear, 
terror. 

lUO (m5gp'r),"lUp(mg'giJ'r), 
m, c. 11^^, pi. OnUP, c. 
"»1U^, temporary abode, 
sojourn; inn, dwelling. 

nnl^lD (m^pi-r) / fear. 

nni^D (m^gCirS') /. pi. 
ni"li,10, fear, object of 
fear; granary, store-house. 

n^l^l? (ra^^zgi-r) /, p/. 

nnyo, c. nni^o, axe, 

hatchet. 

^^^D (mjiigg^'l) m sickle. 

roll, book-roll, volume. 



^'^=1P troop, crowd. - 
1?.? (ni^ga'n) Pi. IP, /«/. 

V^.^Ij to deliver over, to 

give, to bestow. 
j-ly (mg[ge'n) »i and /", w.^. 

liljt^, shield, protection, 
protector. 

n^^tp (ra%miii5') / covering'; 

infatuation, blindness. - 
nnj^^P (m%'$'r$9-) f rebuke. 

curse. 

ns^p (rariggefa) /•, c. rs:.D, 

■p/. n"i2i5^, blow, plague, 
pestilence, defeat [in 
battle]. 

ti^y^S^P (m%prr§) pr.n.m. 

"1,5? (m?[grr) pt. p. 11^9, 
to give up, to abandon. — 
Pi. "I^.tp to cast down. 

a saw. 

1 1 : • (™I?i"?'") pr.n.m. of 
two towns in Benjamin. 

n^^n^p (miKM-rd') /, only pi. 

nly^^p, diminution, ledge, 
rest. 

nlsi,}^, clod of earth. 



"f^ 



165 



niti 



pi. D^a^"i,}», c. ^^y^}^, 

r\Wyo.^ pasture, commun 
land surroftudiug towns; 
area, precincts. 

□nt?, D>mP ["i^-p], gar- 
ment, coat; covering, 
carpet. 
ISTO (midbrr) m, c "1,51^, 

ic. loc n ri"i3*iD. t/^.5. 

n'^3'7'?, pasture, grass- 
land, steppe, desert; moutli. 
speach [*1,^^]. 

1^^ (mada'd) inf. Tb , fut. 
-Itp;, np,n (vayyrmQd), 
nb^, to stretch, to mea- 
sure, to mete out.— Ni. fut. 
ntD?, pi. n;^\ to be meted 
ok — Pt. S^^, M in!^; 
to stretch out, to extend, 
to measure. — Po. fut. 
lliD] to measure. — Hith. 
fut. niit^O^ to stretch 
oneself. 

l^P (mldd^'d) m, c 1,1^, 
the passing away. 

n^p (raidda') f c. ntip. 

pi. nnp, extension, leugth. 
tallness; dimension; mea- 
sure; garment, vestment; 
tribute. 

'^,'?l' 1^ (m$dhcb^') f a name 
for Babvlon. exactress of 



gold [others read n^nnD 
oppression]. 

Hv : - (madvg-') i», onl}^ pi. 
c. ])^^ garment. 

nn^^ (m$dvr) m, pi. c. 
in^, sickness, disease. 

n*"?5 (m$ddy'a^) m, only pi. 

D^nil^, expulsion. 
I IT (ni5dp'n) m dispute, 

quarrel, object of strife. 
)i jO (mfds'n) m extension, 

length. 

j 'I T (mado'n) pr.n. of a 

Phenician town. 
VT^'O (m§ddCi'a') adv. [for 

^n; nO] why? for what 

reason? 

nnn?^ (nrdara) /. iv.S. 

nni'JIp, pile of wood. 

ntrnb (mMusa) f, iv.s. 
^ri^*0, a thrashing, some- 
thing thrashed, oppressed. 

nn*Tp (mld^g') m over- 
throw, fall. 

nSriTO (mgd^efs') f only 
pi riDnit?, bloAv, over- 
throw, ruin. 

^^'0 (ragdS'y) 2?'*->'-? Media; 
a Mede, Medes [also ni^]. 

^y2 = ^^ np what is 
enough. 

''^D see ^^. 



rn^ 



166 



^S?.q^ 



IVl^ (raidys'n) pr.n. of ail 
Arabian tribe; genL]^^^^^ 
pi. D^n^' /■ ^VtT^- 

X'yP (ralddrn) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah [see also If^]. 

nj'*1P (m^dinu') / proviuce. 
district of jurisdiction. 

HDID (m^dpd^5') / a mortar. 
Jl? |y (m$dm?'n) pr.ti. of a 

town in Moab. 

n|DTO (m>jLdm5nnli') pr.n. of 
a town in Judah. 

n J^'l^ * (m$dm?u5') / dung- 
hill. ' 

"It" •- (madmen?') pr.n. 
of a towTi in Benjamin. 

"j^p (nrdj'n) in, only pi. 

D^njp, contention, strife. 
j[jP (m'd^'n) jyr.n.m. 

P~P (m^d^nj') pr.n.m., pi. 

D^j'nt? = Dl^n^-? ^ee "]np. 
yTO [mUU") and y,"!^ 

(mj:idd5-") m knowledge, 

thought. 
yTO see yiiD. 
^T$^ (rapd,V%tO-)seeny,liD, 

nnj^n?5 (mridkur?') /, only 
pi. c. ^'i"]|:?1^^, a piercing, 
wounding. 

•^.^ll^ (ra^drfK?.') / a stair- 
like height. 



^^^P (mldrs'c^) m a trodden 
place, foot-hold. « 

^^"7^ (midr^*) m inquiry, 
examination, commentary. 

np (m?) pron. interr. ["H^, 
ni?, -O] what? which? 
anything, something; adv. 
why? how? how! — n^2 
wherein? whereby? - 
n'^^*? wherefore? why? — 

np'-i:; till when?— hd;^*;; 

wherefore? 

nnp {m^u'h)Eith. nD.";i^i;in, 

?'"/• i^l.^iJ^r^ri, imp. W;?. 
in!p,';iDOn, to tarry, delay, 
hesitate. 

npinp (m«humr) A c. 
PDiriD confusion, con- 
sternatiou , disturbance, 
noise. 

11? : (in'luimy'n) prn.ni. 

bsntD\"iP (m^hct^.b'c'l) pr: 

n.f.'j pr.n.m. 
"I^np (mghl'r) ar/y"., c 1\n*p, 

quick, prompt. 

^iJ9 (myluVl) 2>^- P- ^i'7''? 

to cut [wine], to sophisti- 
cate. 

^?jy^ (nuVhairc^) m, c. 
'^,?D,^, way, journey, walk. 

^l^nP (ra^'hol?'c^) m, only ;>/. 



'p^n.^ 



16; 



tS^D 



D"'p'?nD way, access 
[others: companion, guide]. 

praise, approbation. 

''?!? r £ ni? (m?!i'hal$l'c'l) j))-.«.m. 
HD^HD (m|L'haiymni5') /. 

only 'pl. nitppnD blow, 

stroke. 
^"^^UP (m^^'hampr^') /; Only 

pl. nnbnp, flood, stream. 

riDSHD (mahpfc^a) /, c 
PDEfllD, overthrow, de- 
struction, ruin. 

riDSHD (mahpe'c^^^) /■ stock 
[for culprits]. 

Ipp* (mahar) inf. "IHp, 
fut. XV. s. T^y^K^'C^^ to ex- 
change, to buy. 

*lp9 (mah9,'r) to hasten. — 

Ni. inpj, pt inp; to be 

hurried, to be hasty, rash ; 
to he timid. — Pi. IHD, 
inf. and imp. inD*, fut. 
in^^ pt. inop to hasten, 
to accelerate, to do quickly; 
inf adv. in haste, quickly; 
to be expert, skilled. 

"Ip? (m^he'r) adj. hasten- 
ing, quick. 

"IHD (mB'h§r) m marriage- 
price. 

rrnnp (m^er^') f haste. 



speed; adv. quickly, 

speedily. 

J.'-.',y (ra9,'harii'y) pr.n.m. 

•^.^^•IP (m^'haQ-^illf') /, only 
pl. ri'i^rnp, delusion. 

JiSlu (mo'5'b) pr.n.m. ; gent. 
''p.Srp, pl. D^nNlT^, / 

^SID see b^^K 

iSniD (mpb5') m, w.s. "qxniD, 

entrance. 

^^D (mv^) inf ^\'0, fut. mi^ 
^19^, to melt, to tremble, 
to shake, to fear; to cause 
to despond. — Ni. ^'^'^^, 
pt. pl. D";^1^^, to be dis- 
solved; to tremble, to be 
afraid or dismayed. — PH. 
:i;.lD, fut. w.s. ™X)1D^, 
^X*1Dri, to cause to dis- 
solve, to soften. — Hith. 
fut. ^,^1tD0^ to dissolve, to 
tremble. 

1*10 (mtjd) PH. fut. nnlD], 
to cause to quake [see 

yniD, V^b (moda") m ac- 
quaintance, friend. 

to^t: (mut) pf t:», i>,f toiti, 
fut. t:i^p;, p«. D», to 

waver, totter, quake. — 



t:iD 



iDiD 



Ni. t^rpj, fut. u'lJp: to 

totter, stumble, fall, 
tremble. — Hi. ID^pn, fut. 
D^p^ to cause to totter, 
to cause to fall, to pre- 
cipitate. — Hifh. tDt2ii:rn 
the same as Qal and Ni. 
tDiD (mot) m, tv.s. "^}?.''^, 
a tottering, stumbling; 
carrying-pole, yoke. 

ntDiD (mpt«i') /, pi. nitpiD. 

pole for carrying, staff, 
yoke, injustice. 

T]^D (mcic^) fut. "q^a;, to be 

reduced, to become poor. 

^it:* (mul) pf b^, fut. 

b'g^. (v^yylL'myl), pt. p.b'i'O, 

to cut off,^ to circuinciso. 

A'i. pf pi. it'b^, inf tJian, 
M ?ip?, p/. ^te:, 2?«. 
?1ip.?, to be circumcised, 
to circumcise oneself. — 

Hi. fut. ^^p;, w.s. d'^^pn; 

to cut off, to destroy. 

h?3* (ravl), ^i», ^Nlrj (mol) 
prep, and aciJv. before, op- 
posite, in front; 7ltt"'7J< 
before, towards; 7U.pp 
from before; ypp from 
before me, near me. 

nn^ itp (mp'l9(la') pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

iinlPltD (m$l$'d$9-) f w.s. 



••n-i^D, pi nn'^lp, c. 

nn^lp, birth, nativity. 

descent; offspring, family, 

countrymen. 
n.^*D (mul?') /circumcision. 

' i?*!^ (mpU'cl) pr.n.m. 
Dit3 (ravm) m. ws. IpiD, 

spot, stain, defect, fault. 

disgrace. 
TO^D see nitD //?:. 

^P^^ (myB^Vb) 7n circuit 

[round a house]. 
nSp^p (mu'DCibb^') / [or pt. 

Ho. of nnp], only />/. 

nlSpiD, fold of a door. 

"iplt: (mp6rd)«i.pz.nnclp. 

rmipip, npirp, founda- 
tion, basis. 

foundation. 

n^pltp (rau'6<ui$') /■ founda- 
tion; decree. 

T]p^D (mufi5'c^) m, c. *piD, 
covered passage, corridor. 

"Iplt^* (mp6?'r)»j [forlpXtt], 

only pi. Dncip, c. nplp. 
and riipip, 'c. riipip, 

fetter, bond. 
IplD^ (mpfif'r) and nllDl^ 
(m9'6?rp'd-), w. loc. H rT^pl!:?. 
;)r.n. of a station in tlic 
desert. 



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169 



11D 



HD^D [mm'v] m, c. 1p^». 
chastisement, punislimeiit. 
correction, instruction, dis- 
cipline, self-control. 

T;1D (mp'5'd) 7n, pZ. Q^nVip, 
assembly, troop. 

^yyO (mo'e'd) m, W.S. inylD, 

appointed time , season, 
term, epoch, festival time ; 
appointed place; assembly, 
meeting , congregation, 
festive gathering; appoint- 
ment, signal. 
nn^lp (mo"5da ) /*, only pi. 
nlT^i^, festival. 

•^^J^-'P (ini:i"$dr) f ap- 
pointed place, refuge, 
asylum. 

'^y^^ (mv'af) m darkness. 

njij^lp (mo"eBa') /, Only pi 
nl^yitS, c. niifyltp, counsel, 
resolution, project. 

njPy'^p (inii"9k5') / pressure, 
burden. 

tS^D see IIB Ho. 

nSiiD (mpfe'^) m, pi. 
D^n?l9, c. \r:?iD, wonder- 
ful deed, wonder, miracu- 
lous sign, prodigy, portent, 
omen. 

Y^^ (rnvB) pt. Y^', to op- 
press. 



yiD, yD (mpB) m chaff. 

pi. c. '',^?'^"i9? g'o^ii& out, 

egress; rise [of the sun]; 
place whence a thing 
comes or proceeds, spring, 
mine, gate; utterance, 
speech, edict. 

HiS^ip (mp'Bra) f, pi 
r,iS*^lD, descent; sewer, 
privy. 

ritS^li^D (muBe'O-) see N^; Ho. 

p^^tD (mijBiL'k) m cast 
metal, the casting of metal. 

p'ji^'O (nwBa k) m, i.p. p.^^D, 
narrowness; affliction, dis- 
tress. 

np^^tp (mu'Bska) f tube, 
pipe. 

p-itD (mvk) ift. p\^n, M 
p^tp^, to mock, deride. 

IplD (mpk?'d) w, pi. €. 
"•nplp, heat, conflagration. 

nnplD (mp'k^d?') / hearth, 
altar [others: fuel]. 

ti'piD (moke's) m. pi. 
oWpit}, c. ^^"p"i'T^, and 
ni^'pitp, implement for 
fowling, hook, snare, noose. 

11^ see lb. 

1^^ (raur) Ni. "!0J, to be 
chano'ed. to alter oneself. 



^.T^ 



170 



n^D 



1p^ to change, exchange; 
to alter oneself. 
XnlD (mprr) m, xv.s. "'X^i», 

reverence; object of fear; 
miracle. 

[DVi"*")!^], thrashing-sledge. 
"iniD (inpr-4L'd) m, c. ^TlD 

descent, declivity, slope; 

festoon. 
nniD (mprf') m razor. 
n^lD (mpr$') / teaching, 

instruction; or = ^'^^^^ 

fear, terror. 
nn*iD (mprg') m teacher, 

guide. 
nniD* (more') m shooter, 

archer. 
rTllU (mprg') pr.n.ni.] 

nilt: "jl'pN oak or terebinth 

of Moreh. 
HTiD* (mM') ?>«• Hi. of 

^.Tt, early rain. 
t^nlD (mprrt) for D^-^bp 

[see 13 lip] sharpened, sharp. 
n^"]ip see n^lb. 

pZ. c. "'.^"J"''?' possession. 
n^nlp (mp'r5sri') / pos- 
session, property. 



l^r-n. of a place in Judea; 

gent. "'n^f'Tla. 
^1D* (inQs), /-mY. t^^'ip^ to 

give way, to depart; to 
take away. — Hi. tt'"'pn, 
fut. ti'"'P^ to take away, 
to remove; to depart, to 
give way. 
t^*^^^ (raus) fut. tr'^p;, to 
touch, feel. — Hi. imp. w.s. 

^j;-r>pn, fut. c'vp; to let 

touch; to touch, feel. 

iv.s. n-^no, pi. c. ninVit?, 

scat; session; dwelling- 
place; stay, time of abode; 
inhabitants of a place; 
site of a town. 

^t^^D (mvLsi') pr.n.m. 

n:p^tJ^"iD (mpsrc^^O-) /, only 
pi. nip'^'l^p, rope, fetter. 

n:^^lD (mp'sri'o') /, only pi. 
nlyC'lD, deliverance, sal- 
vation. 

n-iD (mud-) pf ni?, '•na, 
^np, inf niD, n^D, tj»;>. 
nip, fut. niD;, nb^, r.rp,;i_, 

(v,lyy5'my9'), nip;i, p^ P.p, 

pZ. D\;:t?, / nrr2, to die, 

to wither, to decay, to ho 
dead. — Pi. nniD, t«/: 
^^1^.^, imp. 



ni» 



171 



11» 

ITT 



fut. nniD), p<. nniDp, to 

kill, to slay.— m n^p.j, 

tn/. ripn, ri^pri, m/>. it/.s. 
^:nvjq, /m<. 'n^p;, np^i. 
^«. n^p», pz. D\n^pp,"'to 

cause to die, to bring to 
death, to kill, to slay. — 

Ho. npii, fvjt. npr, ^t. 

rp^D to be put to death. 
rijD (m5'v^9-) 7n, w. loc 

n'nnip, c. niD, tt/.^. ^nl», 

p^. D''n1», c. ^ni», death' 
realm of the dead; deadly 
sickness, pestilence, de- 
struction. 
"Ijni^ (mp9-a'r) m abundance, 
excellence, profit. 

nin?]P,' altar. 
^tD (me'zg^) m mixed wine, 

spiced wiue. 
nt^ (mfz§') afZj., pZ. e. ''J.p, 

sucked out, exhausted. 

ijTfJ (mizz5') jpr.n.ni. 

^TD (m^'zev) or ^Ip (mli'zu) 

or 1T.p (m^z5;'v) »i, only p^ 

ics. ^-^^i)]^, garner. 
npTtp (m^zuza') /, c. nijtp, 

|)Z. rilliip, door-post. 
jlTU (mfzo'n) m food. 

' ,T (m5zp'r) m wound, 

hurt; a binding up, healing. 



1 1 TO (m^zo'r) m net, trap. 

^IP (m?'zad^) m girdle; 
bridle, fetter. 

n^tD (mfzi'ac^) m, e. n^ip, 

girdle. 

<t? (m^zz$'l) only pi. f 
ni^i.D, wandering stars, 
planets; or the 12 con- 
stellations of the zodiac. 

'^,?]y (mazic'^) m fork, 
flesh-hook. 

n^7tp (mizla^?') f. only pi. 
nUJlD, fork. 

n^tJTD (m^zimma') /", c. Hplp, 
p^ riipip , meditation, 
thought, pradence ; plan, 
device, plot, purpose, in- 
trigue, mischief. 

I : • (miznis'r) m SOng" 
[for musical accompani- 
ment], psalm. 

•^n" : - (mazmera) /", only 

pi. rii")D]^, vine-knife, 
pruning-hook. 

^1!?1P (nrzamme'r§9-) /", 
only pi. nilplp, snuffers. 

jy]P (miz'5'r) m littleness, 
fewness; adv. little. 
"l^tp (mfzi'r) m, only pi. 
D"'nT.p, northern constella- 
tions or winds; the north. 



nitp 



172 



nin^j 



7n, pi. 



n^l'Tp (mizrg') m winnowing- 

shovel. 
ninjP (ra^zz^rp'^^) only pi.. 

probably = m'pj^. 
n^Tp (mlziTi'di) JH, c. ni]D. 

xu. loc n nnnip, sum-isr. 

east. 
V^lt? (mlzrn") m, 
sown field. 

°'i?.T/'? and 

sprinkling vessel, sprinkler: 

wine-bowl. 
np (m-f'M)) adj., pi. D^n^. 

marrowy, fat, wealthy. 
np (mp'a^) Ml marrow. 

strike, to clap [the hands 
for joy]. — Pi. inf. iv.s. 
,"^^?n^ to strike, to clap. 

^,?r)P (mri'^ai;,^') fn hiding- 
place. 

^<Zl^P (m^'f^abp') m, only 

pi D^szqp = Nnq,^. 

nn^inp (m$rf)brr^9-) /, only 
pi. n1"1?nD, connecting 
beam; cramp, hook. 

^5r>P (m,^'(^ahrO-) /• and v> 

frying-pan. 
n"1^np (rai^'fl)"Kd'rCO-) / a 

girding, girdle. 



nlnp, imp. nnp, /w. nnp\ 

p<. nnb to wipe, to wipe 
off, to blot out; to adjoin, 
to touch on. — Ni. nripj, 

fut. nm], nr^i to' be 

wiped out or off, to be 
removed, effaced, destroyed. 

— Pu. pt. pi. D;npp, to 

be smeared with fat [but 
see nn^J-]. — Hi. MHDn, 

inf. ninp? [for nlnrpH^]', 

fut. 2. sg. n^n, to wipe 
off, to put away. 

"p?^ (mg^r) Pu. pt. pi. 
D"n?pfp, to be marrowy or 
fat; pt. fat things taken 
from the marrow. 

n^^^np (m^e^u?:*) / com- 
passes [for drawing a 
circle]. 

tlnp (m5^o'z) w, c. "linp, 

^ coast, haven. 

(ra^e^Iyya'fl) prn.m. 

^^,1QP (m$el)"vi'm) pr.n. of 
an unknown people. 

iP (mgrf)"?'!) m danco, 
circular dance. 

T'lnp'* (nuidio'l) pr.n.m. 

nhnp, n^hp (nr^^iri /; 

pi. nph^, dance. 

IJuP (raDL't^nzr) »i, c. ^\)J^-i^. 
vision, sight, apparition. 



ntn» 



njnt5 



"Tnp (mr^ezf') / window, 
out-look. 

mj^^^inp (railL'^izrp'O-) pr. 
n.m. 

^HD (m^r) m stroke, blow. 

i^H'^np (mmd5') p7\n.m. 

HTip* (rai^y?') / preserva- 
tion of life, livelihood, 
victuals. 

HTip^ (mi^ya') / sigu, spot 
[or wound, scar]. 

ITlD^ (m'^-e^ry) m, pi c 
"'Tnp, price, purchase- 
money, wages. 

"l^np (m^^i'r) pr.n.m. 

'"l!?DP (ma'^'ile') m and 
n^riD (mH'^aia') / sickness. 

n^np (mae^lg') pr.n.f. 

n?nD (m^e^iUa') /, ouly pi- 
mfPl^, hole, cave. 

*|"ibnp (maello'u); ^.^HD 
(m^^U') pr.n.m. 

D'l^'^^np (ma'^aiqji'm) wi/p?. 

sickness, disease. 

^!JDJ5 (ma'^aigc'f) m. Only 

pi D^Sju^D, kuife. 

nSpng {ma'£^ai5f5') /; only 

pZ. c. rilS^n^, braid, plait 
of hair. 

n^pnp (mrt^al^Br) /, only 
pi ri'jl'7np, festive gar- 
ment. 



liT : . : — 



^IprD^, smoothness. 



ra$t^l'''k5' ) /", pi 
es- 
cape. 

^i^f"'^ (raa^alp'ke9-) /, lu.s. 
l^p^^qO, 2;Z. nlp^HD, di- 
vision, class. 

n^nP (racV^ila'a-) m a mu- 
sical instrument or a mode 
of performing music. 

pr.n.f. 
^r?7^ (m^^o'la^r) (7e«^ of 

only pi r.N^nD, words 

smooth as butter, flattery. 

IJjnp (mj^ma'd) wz, c. 

^Tl'^np, desire, delight; 
darling, a precious, de- 
sirable thing; charm, 
loveliness. 

Ipriu (m§,'^amp'd) m. only 
pi D''^!pnp, precious 

^ things. 

t^Dnp (m^e^mic'l) m, c t'pOO, 
desire. 

n^Dnp (ma^me'Be^) f 

something leavened. 

njng (ma'^ane') m, c HJnp, 
p^.'D^jqP, c. •'Jqp' and 

niJqp, rf/(. Q^p.qp*, camp, 



ITH^inp 



174 



nno 



encampment, army, host, 
troop; band, station of 
priests. 
ll H-C'P (ni^'#''D?'-(j5'n)p)-.w. 

of a place. 
D^jnp* (m^'^an-i'yjm) pr.n. 
of a town between Gad 
and Manasseh. 

p^^Of^, strangling, strangu- 
lation. 

(m^l^fig') 7n, c. ^P^^, iv.s. 
pn^, refuge, shelter. 

DlpHD (ms^eo'm) m muzzle. 

"lipra, "ip™ (m,^^Bp'r) 

m want, need, poverty. 
n^pn?5 (m$^fi?y5') pr.n.m. 
ynD (mFc^,a'B) imp. fH^, 

/w^ fnp:, to split, to 

cleave, to crush, to wound; 

to shake, to dip. 
7DP (mj'c^aB) m wound. 

-^Jr^n^ (mCie^Bfb) w a hewing 

[of stones]. 
n^nr^ {m^'AfftK^') f the half. 

/ the half, the middle. 
pnp (m9£^,^'k) to pierce, to 

cut through. 
"Ipnp (m^ci)k$'r) w, only pi. 



c. ^,"!i?np, the deepest, the 
innermost. 
"^.QP (ni9^5'r) m and arfy. 
[from inx, what comes 
after, the future], the next 
morning, the morrow; to- 
morrow, later, hereafter. 

•"I,?^np (mri'e^'ir5\a) /", only 
pi. nixing, privy, sink, 
cloaca. 

in^;in;=?, .and n^'iq,^ 
(mrt^-TrbyS-)/'; w.s. ir^f inp, 

pi. niti''"l.n,^, plough-share, 

coulter, spade, mattock, 

sickle. 
ri^^Qp (mQ'^or^-^) f and 

adv., also Cnin^flD (mg'^o. 

r50-5'm) adv.., the following 

day, to-morrow. 
5]trnD (ra§e^Bp'f) m the 

peeling off, decortication. 
•^.^^'QP (mgi'^ag^^^') and 

thought, intention, pur- 
pose, plan, device; skilful 
work, fortification-work. 

^!?*n^ (ra$rf)55'c^) m, }>l. 
D^pLT'qp, c. ''.5;:*l1,^, dark- 
ness, dark place, the realm 
of the dead. 

nnp (nul'e^Jd-) pr.n.m. 



nnno 



175 



nrinD (m^ei^tri') /, w.s. 

fire-pan, coal-pan, incense- 
bowl; snuffers. 

niin?p (mmtt5') /: c. nr,np, 

crusliiDg,destruction,terror, 
consternation. 

"breaking in, burglary. 

Np*SpD (m^ratr) m broom, 
besom. 

njS^D (m^tbra^) rn slaugh- 
ter, massacre. 

ntD^ (matte') m, c. HlStt, 
w.s. fjt^a, ^"t^'5, i??. Q'p» 
and rillSD, Pit^fJ, branch, 
twig; rod, staff, stick, 
sceptre, spear; stem, tribe. 

ntSD (ma'tta) adv. down- 
wards, down, below, be- 
neath, underneath. 

ntjp (mitti') f, c. nt^p, 

w.s. '•ntsp, _p«. nllJD, bed, 
couch, divan, litter, bier. 

nj5p (mutts') /, ^z. nitsp, 

and ni?P (mutts') m' ex- 
tension; the warping of 
justice. 

nipD (matvg') m a spinning, 
something spun. 

t5^p^ (mfti'l) m, c. ^V^PP, 
iron-bar. 



^btpD, l^ptDD (m^tmp'n) 

hidden place, underground, 
store-house, hid " treasure, 
treasure. 

V}^^ (matt?,") m, c. y.tSP, 

pZ. w.s. \t^t5D, planting, 

plantation, garden. 
DytpQ (m^ra'm) m, pZ. 

DV^ypp and m>^y^D, 

dainties, tit-bits. 

I^nStDTp (mltpa^aO-) /•, 2)?. 

n1n|PD, mantle, cloak. 
"It^P (m5trr) M. l.t^PJ to 
be rained upon. — Hi. 

-i^p^n, inf. i^p^n, M 

to cause to rain, to send 

down [rain, hail, lightning]. 
ntpP (mata'r) m, c. I^X?, 

-pi. c. nlTtpp, rain. 
intDD (matrfd) pj-.w./. 
nnt^D [once N.T^^=?] (matt5- 

ra') / prison, dungeon; 

aim, mark. 
V : - (m^trf) pr.n.m. 
^'Q (m^y) in, only pi D."'p, 

i^. D:», c. ''P and \»^b, 

w.s. 1"','^"'^, water; juice, 

liquid; abundance; danger. 
*P (mi) prow, interr. who? 

which? indef. whoever, 

every one. 



nm^.P 



170 



n:lDp 



n2"I''P (me'dW) Pr.n. of a 

town in Moab. 
in^P (mgd^'d) pr-w.m. 

the best, the choicest. 

SD^P (micf)?'); ^^?'^ ("^'- 
iWi);n,;'P Hci)5');^n?''-? 

(mic^g'hvi); n;^DVJ (mrd,gy^i'); 
in^D''t2 (mi'*5yah0); ^^^3''^ 

ITT I" ^ 

(mld)5'y^hu) pr.n.m. 
^D^P (mlrf)a'l) 7H: 0. '^2^P, 

brook. 
^'y'O (raidi^'l) />r.H./. 
PP^P, *1P^P (miyygmrn) 

PP (min) m, w-S- i^P, ?>^- 

7t;.s. □n''rp, species, kind. 

np,?^P (racn^'kg?^) see p:;i^i. 

nj^SiPr ni^SP (raefa"CiO-) 

prrn. of a town in Reuben. 

y*ip (mlB) «i pressure, 
squeezing out. 

Sti^^P (mcsg') pr.n.iu. 

bS^'ip (mi'g5'?'l) pr.n.m. 

"lit^^P' "ltr*^P (nUs9'r) »H 
plain, level land; honesty, 
righteousness, equity. 

Tl^'^P (m?si3.'d,); V:^*^0 (mt- 



nir^P (m?s»'r) 



7U, ouiy i>l 



only 



D'»"]tt^"'P, straightness, even- 
ness; uprightness; righ- 
teousness, equity, concord, 
peace; adv. rightly, up- 
rightly. 

"iri*'P (m?3-5'r) m, -pi 
Dnn\0, string of a bow: 
cord of a tent. 

2SDP, ^VSDP (mCic^'o'b) 

J,,pLD^,;is?'nandr;ins?'5, 

pain, disease, suffering, 
sorrow, wound. 
I'lSpP (ni$cf)brr) m fulness, 

abundance. 
7132DP (m?l(i^b?n?') pr.n. of 

a place. 
^5.5?P (m&d^b^Lnn^i'y) pr.n.m. 
niDp {m^c^b?'r) m cloth, 
mat, coverlet. 
"I2DP (raic^brr) "I plaited 
work, grate. 

M^P (m,^kkr) /, c. P55, 

pi ni20, D^pt5, blow, 

stroke,' beating, wound, 

defeat. 

npP (rald,v*^') / a burn. 

*j"iDD (mrvc^o'n) VI. c. ll^P, 

t^s^ ^,;i2p, pi d:;13p, 

stand, place; dwelling 
I place, site, foundation, 
basis. 

' HiiDP: nppp* (m^cboiuv') /■. 



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place, pedestal, basis. 
n^jD (m^cf)pn5') pr.n. of a 
place in Judali. 

(m^ur?') / origin, descent. 
*JU (mjd^r) pr.n.m. 
l*Pu (mfrf)i'r) pr.n.m.. patr. 

TjJD (mac^a'c^) M- "^?;. 

i^b^l, to sink, to perish. 
— Ni. fui. "D^ to sink, to 
go to ruin. — Bo. pf. pi. 
^'^tpTi. to sink, to perish. 

n^pp^ (raid)ir) /, pi- c. 

n1><"^p», shecpfold. 

nbDtp^(mic^i5')/,pZ.nij'?tp, 

completion, perfection. 

T'ipptp (micf;l5'l) m. ^ and 
V^?D (mic^lS'l) m.. c. ^,^?», 
completion, perfection, per- 
fect heauty, splendour. 

Qyt'DD (mjc^luirm) inlpl. 
perfect things, splendid 
garments, 

r.pS^ (mSkko'le^-) / food. 

^PPP (mid^m^'n) m. Ollly 2?^- 
D^^^DD, treasures. 

DDDP (mld^mafi), ^'0?P 
(mlc^in5's), li^'pPP (mlc^ma's) 
pr.n. of a place in Ben- 
jamin. 

llebrew-Eiiirlisli. 



"IpDD (midima'r) and lb?P 

(mid^mo'r) m a hunter's net. 
nippp (mic^mrr^O-) and 

n'"l'95p (raic^mp'rga-) f net, 

fish-net. 
t^DDp see D0?». 
rnppp (mic^m^S-g'S') pr.n. 

of a town. 
''J^^r^ (m$d^nadb^'y) pr.n.m. 

''0^59 trowsers [of the 

priests], 

DDp (m^'c^ge) m tax, tribute. 
riDDp (mic^fia') /, c. rD?», 

number, amount, price. 
nppP (mic^Be') m, c np?P, 

covering, roof. 

npDp (m^c^afier) m cover- 
ing, clothing; the caul 
[of intestines]. 

nbsDD (mac^pcia') / doub- 
ling; pr.n. of a cave near 
Hebron. 

n5p (niac^a'r) inf. li:», 
"I'PO, 1^.5. n"15» (myc^ra'h), 

Di^r.?, mp.' liptp, nnpp, 
/mI'i^^:, ^«. niib, to sell, 

to deliver up. — Ni. 120^, 
inf. "ip^n, /u«. 15''^% to 
be sold, to sell oneself; 
to be given over, aban- 
doned. — Hith. 12D0n, 

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"15P 



178 



^?? 



inf. w.s. ~| "15 1^0" J to be 
sold, to sell oneself. 

tilings for sale, ware; 
price, value; possession. 

acquaintance, frieud. 

pit. 

•^1^?^ (m^d^?r5') /, only pi 
nipP; a weapon, sword. 
^1^1? (ml^ri') pr.n.m. 

r Ti" ■ (ni^t5^?'i"$ST) genl- in. 
an inhabitant of an un- 
known place niDP- 

pi. 'n'h'^^6^ stumbling 
block, obstacle, cause of 
falling or sinning, entice- 
ment, offence, scruple. 

n^^P? (m$(^g?l5') /, pi. 

rY^t?^'?0, fall, ruin; offence. 
nriDp (mid)t$'b) m writing; 

something written, letter. 

poem, book. 

nnDD {m^c^itt5') /, W.S. 

InriDp, a breaking, smasli- 
ing. 

0,^7^ (mlc^tn'm) m golden 

po(Mn or epigram. 
^Pr^ (niycfjtil's) m mortar; 

hollow, socket of a tooth. 



^Pt"?* (m$cf>tc's) pr.n. of a 
place near or in Jerusalem. 



^<??■" (mair; 



inf. TN'rp. 



imp. pi -iN^J?, fut. N^D:, 

pi '^^i^r.,' pt. k';?^,' pi 

D'^7^P, to be full, to be- 
come full; to overflow, to 
be filled, to be complete; 
to make full, to fill. — A^f 
N^r.?:, fid. K^a> to be 
filled, to become full, to 
be satisfied, to be com- 
pleted. — Pi. N-^p, inf 
N^D, niN^P, imp. N^O, 

fut. i<br^\,' pt. N^pp,' pi. 

□^N^D^,"to make full, to 
fill; to satisfy, to com- 
plete, to fulfil; to do fully; 
to fill in or up. — Pxi. pt. 
pi Q^N^P?^, to be filled 
in, to be set [of gems]. — 
Ilith. N^pnn to make one 
another full, to assist each 
other. 
S?P* (nmli;') adj.. c. N^P, 
pi p>X^^, f p^^\ c. 

\ns'^r^, pi niK?P, filling 

up; full, filled, abundant; 
strong, pregnant; suhst. 
fulness, abundance; adv. 
fully. 
S^D, *Si^D (mfUV) m, w.s. 
nsi^r.?, fulness, what fills 
up: multitude. 



nspp (mnc'r) /, w.s. 

TjnN*?^, fulness, abun- 
dance; tithes of grain and 
wine. 

HiS^r? (mniu'a') /, c. ns^r^, 
piw.s. qnx'r^, a filling- 

in, setting [of gems]. 
D*'K^P (millu'i'm) m]pl., c. 
^S^b, installation [of 
priests], consecration; set- 
ting [of stones]. 



c. '',5^?^, messenger, herald; 
angel; prophet, priest. 

n3S^P(mn5c^5')/,c.n5i<^xp, 

c. nl3N^^, service, er- 
rand, business, trade, 
labour, work, performance; 
goods gained by labour; 
cattle. 

n^DS^D (m^ii'gc^a'a-) /; c. 

nOS'p^, message. 
*'P^^7P (m§,r?ici^r) pr.n.m. 
D''P*S^D = U'^b^ see T]^0. 

riiS^D (miiie'^) /■ fulness 
[of waters], others: the 
setting of the eye in the 
eye-hole. 

^^it^p (m?ilb\L's) m, pi c. 
\^^-lr^, garment, clothes. 



179 rh^ 

"]!II/?D (m^lbe'n) ju brick- 
kiln; pavement of bricks. 

T\70 (mill?') /, w.s. in^p, 

pi D^)p [V.^O], c. 'jp, 
word, speech, matter, thing. 

»S17P (millp') m a filling 
up, rampart, bastion, for- 
tress, citadel [in Sichem 
and Jerusalem]. 

n^j^D (mpiu''^^) m a salt- 
plant, orache [Atriplex 
halimus] or sea-purslain. 

*=] Y - (i^^hv'cE)) pr.n.m. 

dominion, rule, reign. 

^IpD (malo'n) «i, c ^PO, 
night-quarters, inn. shelter. 

n^l'^D (mntrmr) / night-hut. 



n^D^ 



m. n2^j to 



vanish [like dust]. 
n^?^ (mfia'^) to salt. — 
\dmom. of n?^] Pm- pt- 
n^pp to be salted. — Ho. 

n%n, w/- n^^n (hQmir«^^) 

to be washed with salt- 
water. 

^ZP (me'i§^) m salt, salt- 
water, sea; nVfi^n D; the 
Dead Sea. 

n^D (mllllTi'^) m, pi. D''njl5, 

seaman, mariner. 

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n^? 



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\S>D'?0 



nT'P^ (in^Uu'c^) lu, only pi. 
D^n^t? rags. 

nn^D (mn?^5') / salt land, 
barren land. 

nnn^p (nuic^5nir), ^"qtPa 
;>;. nl»n^o, c. nioD^^P, 

war, fight, battle; weapons, 
victory. 

t0^9 (uuUJl't) Ni. ID,^9J, i«/. 

to escape, to deliver one- 
self; to be delivered, 
saved, freed ;^ to hasten 
away. — Pi. :: W.?, inf. ]:h.'o, 
imp. .TtD^D, 'fut. tD^j; to 
deliver, to save; to cause 
to escape; to escape; to 
let slip, to lay [eg-gs]. — 
Hi. tD\'?r.?n to deliver, to 
save; to lay [eggs]. — Hith. 
fut. t^P^O^ to ei5cape; to 
emit [sparks]. 

tO^pp (rari^t) m mortar, 
cement. 

n^lD^D (m'UltyS') pr.n.m. 

n^^'rP (nriiiy') f an ear 
[of corn]. 

r,'?^ see -h Hi. 

n^'»';5?p (m^lIBs') f riddle. 

pruverli; satii'ical song. 

taunt. 



w-s. 



~)^0 (m5UVc^) inf. Tj^O, 
T,?Jp, \v.s. 1279 (niolc^o'). 

/>«/). "5't?, /■««. "pp^, p^ 
■Jl'b, to be or become king, 
to nile, to reign. — Ni. 
fat. "/^^?, to consult, to 
determine. — Hi. ~"','^*^'~', 

inf. Ti^'rDn, ^ fut. -^y^v^ 

'^k^TX pt- T^P^, to' con- 
stitute as king, to cause 
to reign. — Ho. "^jlpri to 
be made king. 

m^'l^c^) m, i.p. "^^J^, 

?y^, pi. D^p;^''V 
'5'?^, king, ruler, prince; 
God; false god, idol-king. 

=]?P (mp'l^d^) m a god of 
the Phenicians and Am- 
monites, Moloch. 

^"7??^ (m^ikp'dt'^") f net, 
snare. 

n^plD (mCilk5') /, c. HD'tO, 
y»/. niD*?!?, queen, princess. 

".?r^P (milk?') ;)/••»;./■. 

niip^iO (mJJUta'O-) f, iv.s. 
InO^P, inD^*:, kingdom, 
dominion, realm, reign. 

hi<^pbt^ (mjikr^'i); n;?;^^ 

(miilkl.vy<ii') , ''li^fP (•»«!^1- 

klyjTi'hu); p'j[)?."''?fr^ (mm\- 

Bg'd^k); D,"^''?^^ (injlkirrni); 
yrf^D^r^ (ii4lkisa'''') pr.n.vt. 



03^0 

D^^D (m?Llkrin), Db'^D 
(milkp'm) m a god of the 
Ammonites = "!?9- 

rip^D (mnrc^eO-) f queen. 

^^'Q^ (m5lal) Pi ^.i^P to 

speak, to relate, to tell. 

^xD* (mflj'l) M?jp.^ /b, to 
circumcise. — Ai. "TpJ, /<?^ 
?»:, pZ. 1?;^:, to be cut 
off, to be circumcised. — 
Po. fut. ^^y^\ to be cut 

off. — mth. ' fat. bbbr^\ 

to be cut off, to become 
blunted. 

hh;q^ (maij'i) fut. pi. -b^^'. 

to fade, to wither, to de- 
cay. — Po. fut. b\?.'\^\ [or 
from 770 ^] to be withered. 

\C^^ (ma'Ma'y) pr.n.m. 
"IP??5 (mlllm^'d) m OX-goad. 

y;?9 (mai^^'B) Ni. y\i'o) to 

be smooth, pleasant. 

n^^pD (mglBa'r) m overseer, 
guardian [others: butler]. 



yyO (maia'k) to break off, 
to iiip off [partly]. 

n^ip'TD* (mjilko'ae^) m hooty. 

nippD^ (mjlko'a^) m, du. 
w.s. ''nlp/?^ the jaws, the 
upper and lower palate. 



181 n?'??"5 

t^lp'pD (mgiko's) m late 
rain [in March and April]. 

n5^9 (mgikr^), np^^^ 

(niijlka'c^) m, only rf//. 

Q:np^?. w.s. n^rip'rt?. 

tongs, snuffers. 

•^nJ^^^ (melta^f) /■ a ward- 
robe, dress-chamber. 

nvri?^ (maltrr) /, pZ. c. 

nivr^^o tooth. 

''^r'Py (maragyr?') f only 
2>L nll^SpD, storehouse' 
granary. 

"^PP (meraa'd) w, Only pi. 

?f.s. """".pp, measure, ex- 
tension. 

It : (m°mud^9;'n) pr.n.m. 

nip?^ (mfmp'^) m, only j^>Z. 
D'^riltDIp, deaths, painful 
deaths; the dead, corpses. 

^J.PP (mgimzc'r) m mongrel, 
bastard. 

"13?DP (mlmks'r) m, c.l^PP, 
2^Z. D"'1Dtpp, sale; thing 
for sale or sold. 

nniDDp (mimkg're^) f sale. 

HD^tpp (mUmlacfir) /, c. 

n"iijpp, c. nli^pb, king- 
dom, dominion, reign, 
realm. 



no^p» 182 

T]pPP (mImD5'c^) m Spiced 

wine. 
"IDD (mg'mJjr) m bitterness, 

sorrow. 
^^^pu (inSrarQ') pr.n.m. 
TnP^ (m^mro'r) ju, only pi. 

ni2;^PP (mlras^'d^) m unction, 

anointing. 
7^I2^PP (mims5;'l)m dominion. 

rule. 

c. nl^tS^'^P, dominion, rule. 

reign. 
p^^Dp (mlms^'k) m, c 

p^tt^pp, possession. 
PPP5 (m^mt^'k) m, only 

^^ □''ipPPP, sweetness, 

sweet things. 
^9 (m^n) ?>i, W.8. ^^P, ^^P, 

manna. 

|P (m?ii) m, w-s. ^nip^ 
part, portion. 

P' (m?n) m, 2>^- °'^P, 

strings, a stringed in- 
strument. 

"jP (min) pr«/?., before vowels 
and gutturals P, before 



n:o 



other consonants -p, ws. 

>:pp [^3p], T]pp,' r,r.5p, 
T]pp, ^pp, nibp, li'pp^ 
qrp, iDp, Dcip, n^np] 

from, out of, away from, 
apart from, part of; since, 
after; because of; with 
adj. = more than. 

nj^'?^^ (m§,ngin5') / SOng of 
derision, satire. 

njp* (mm^') inf. ni:p, 

imp. rtJP, fut. n^P^, pt. 
nJlD, to divide, to separate; 
to number, to count; to 
appoint, to allot to. — Ni. 

Hjpj, inf. ni:Dn, fut. 

nJD^, to be numbered, 
reckoned. — Pi. H^p, imp. 
"jP, flit, ip^l, to dispose, 
to appoint; to allot to; 
to cause, to prepare. — 
Pu. pt. njpp to be ap- 
pointed, to be set over. 

njp* (m^n?') f c. njp, pi 

niJp, part, portion, share, 
lot. 

n^P (ra^ur) m, pi. D^:D. 
a weight, the 60'*' part of 
a talent, a hundred-shekel 
weight; in money value 
equal to 50 shekels. 

n3D (ni?n§') m, only pi. 
D^Jb parts, times. 



:r\i^ 



18g 



V.i» 



^n^^ (mlnha'^) m, c. m\^ ^ 
the driving [of a chariot]. 

nnnilp ( minhjr?;' ) /", only 
pZ^/hnn^P, cleft, dug- 
hole; mountain-recess. 

li^D (mfno'd) m, c "ilJp, 
a shaking of the head. 

nuij (mjnp'ael^) m, jpl. iv.s. 
"'Dl'nUD, rest, repose, 
resting-place ; settlement, 
providing [by marriage]. 

nijD (mano'a^) pr.n.Qn. 

nn^^D (m^ntri^r), nm^ /, 
ii;^5. 'pnup, pi. nnijo, 

rest, repose, peace, ease, 
quiet dwelling, resting- 
place; settlement. 

pDD (m?inp'n) m child; off- 
spring; others: refi'actory. 

D1JP (mino'B) »n, w.s. ^DU^, 
flight, escape, refuge. 

nDl3D (m%ufir) /, c. np;^ 

Ti^D (m5no'r) m, c. H^O, 
a weaver's beam. 

nni^D, nniD _(m%ora') /, 

c. nniip, ^Z. rilnJO, candle- 
stick. 

n^2lp (mlnz5'r) in, only pi. 
D^TJtp, princes; others: 
troops of mercenaries. 



w.s. ^rinJD, pi. ninjo, c. 

nln^lp, present, gift; tri- 
bute; sacrifice [mostly an 
unbloody one], offering. 

niPuU (m%yf^t>'i}-) pr.n. of 
a place. 
unJU (m^ii$e^e'm) pr.n.m. 

*^D,^'? (mfna'^aO-) pr.n.m.; 
also pr.n. of a place; pair. 

!• : — IT 

^JD (m%i') pj-.w. of a Baby- 
lonian goddess [Venus]. 

*'^U (miunr) pr.n. of a pro- 
vince of Armenia. 

D^2p see p. 

I PtT • (iDiiiy?nii'n) pr.n.m. = 

I I- t: • 

n^JU (mlani'O-) pr.n. of a 
city of the Ammonites. 

npju (minle') VI, only w.s. 
D^^tp, wealth, riches, 
property. 

VpJ^ (m?ua") imp. yj^, fid. 

yjp^ pt. y:b, to" keep 

back, to withhold, to bar, 
to refrain, to refuse. — 
Ni. yJ^;, fut. V)^), to be 
withheld, to keep oneself 
back, to be reserved; to 
be refused. 



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7^^^D (m^a'v'l) m bolt, bar, 
lock. 

H'3D (m^ln'ri) m = ^^V^^- 
p^OD (m$n'$'m) m, only ;^/. 

Q^^-P^-?^ delicious food, 

dainties. 

V,W_P (m^n$"an«L") m, only 

pi. Dy^Vyo, a musical in- 
strument, sistrum, rattle, 
cymbal. 

nrj^^tp, a bowl for libation, 

sprinkling-vessel. 
nj^^^P see pj; i^i. 
ilLt^JiJ (m°n$ss$') pr.n.tn. 

niXjp, ni;jp, part, portion, 
share. 
D?p (m56) 7« a suffering, 
discouraged one. 

DD (m$B) »i, ;?^ D^DD, tri- 
bute, tax, bond -service; 
bond-servant. 

^PP (m?B8'V) Jn, w.S. I^PP, 
j!)l!. D^npp, c. '•nPP circle, 
environs; adv. roundabout. 

nSpD (m«fiIbb5')/,pZ.nl2PP 

= 3Dt?. 
n^pD (m$flgi|'r) m locksmith; 

prison. 

niJlpp (mlBg$'i-$9-) /■, w.s. 



ini^PP, ^i. ni"]i?pp, en- 
closure; fortress, strong- 
hold; margin, border, 
ledge; panel. 

np?5 (ra$fiB^'d) m foundation. 

1 .1?^ (mlBd'rp'n) m portico. 

Mp?j (mpr) m nppn, 

/w^ •IP'?-' ^?,*^5., to cause 
to melt, to cause to flow, 
to dissolve, to wet. 

npP* (m56B5') /, €. npO, 
pi. riipD, trial, temptation, 
testing by misfortune. 

np^^ (m§BBr) pr.n. of a 
place in the desert. 

npp (mifiB5') /, c. rpjp, 

amount, proportion, mea- 
surement; adv. according 
to measure. 

n^P'? (ra$6v^') m covering, 
veil. 

i^P^D^ (m'Buchr) / thorn- 
hedge. 

MpD (m$BB5'c^) m a keep- 
ing back; others: a re- 
lieving. 

"inpP (mlBd)5'r) »», c IHPP, 
trade, traffic. 

T]pD (m^Bii'c^) inf. "Dp to 

mix, to mingle. 
T]pp (mrB^ch) m mixture, 
mixed or spiced wine. 



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185 



iDb 



curtain, covering. 

riDpp (m'^-Biikka') / a cover- 
ing. 

HiDD^^ (maCficc^r) / = 

IT \ : 

n^?^^ (m9DBed)5') /, c 
n^Da, _p;. niDED, a 
founding, fusion, cast; 
cast idol; covenant, league. 

^Spp (mifike'n) m poor, 
wretched. 

n^^^Dp (mlBkcnira-) f 
poverty, neediness. 

n^Spp (mifike'neS-) /; only 
pi. niJrcp, store, store- 
house, magazine. 

npDD (m§6Be'*gO-) f the 
warp of a web. 

n^P?p^ (m^BiUa) /, c. n^P^, 

pi. Pa'TL'^., highway, road. 

street ; course , march ; 
^ staircase, stairs. 
^^pDD (maBlu'l) m road, 

way. 
ippD (mgiBmc'r) w, only pi. 

D'»10PO, nail, pin. 

nnpPP (maBme'reO-) /, Only 
2>i.'n"n^PD, nail. 
Dp9 (maBa'B) inf. DC^, to 

melt, to dissolve, to perish. 
— M. Dp:, fat. Dp% pi. 



iDsrp^, ^pr^^ p«. DOJ, to 
melt, to dissolve, to perish; 
to despond, to despair; to 
be loosened, to become 
lean. — Hi. D^H to cause 
to despond, to discourage. 

V^'^ (maBBa") m, pi D^yS^, 
c. ''I'lP^, a breaking up, 
departure, journey, station. 

yDD (mafi65") m stone- 

quarry, broken and hewn 
stones; dart. 

nypp (ini6'a'd)}u balustrade. 

l^prp (mlBpe'd) m, c. l,^9tp. 

iv.s. "'"7.?P'P, mourning, 

lamentation. 
SlSpP (miBpp') m fodder. 

*"^U,??P (miBpa'e^aO-) / scarf, 

scab;j3^. Hln^pp, kerchief, 

cape, cowl. 
"ISpp * (mlBpf 'r) m, c. "l^PP, 

^;. c. "',"1.?P'?, number; 

countableness, fewness; a 

telling, narration. 

IBpp^ (miBp5'r), n"!Epfp 

(mlBpg'rgS-) pr.n.m. 
"IP9 (mrn'r) tV- "IPp 

(m^fiQ'r), to give, to commit. 

— Ni. fut. 1p*.p^ to be 

given. 
np?^ (moBa'r) m warning, 

admonition. 



met: 



186 



m 



nnpD (mseo'rgO-) f obliga- 
tion, duty. 

liriDp (miBtp'r) m hiding- 
place, refuge. 

iriDD (m§fitc'r) m hiding: 
object of hiding the face. 

"IflDD (miDUi'r) «i, pi. 

D''inpp, hiding-place, 
hidden place. 

*ISV5 (mi:i'ba'd) m, only pi. 
DH^V^, doing, work. 

density, compactness; mould 
of clay. 

111JJP (m$"ab5'r) ,n, c. 1,5^,^, 
passing over, stroke, 
passage ; ford , mountain- 
pass. 

"^il^y^ (in^'b5r5') /, only 

pi. nn^vr^ and nnnvt:, 

c. ni"15V^5 passage, ford, 
pass. 

pi c. 'h^i^, w.s. T,';?4^'^, 

track, way, way of life; 
bulwark formed by wag- 
gons. 
I^D (ma'il'd) fut. l^tp\ 
pi. TJll^, to waver, totter. 
— P.'. pt. f nTOD [for 
n-T);^r^PJ to be made to 
waver. — Ui. 1'V^.pn, imp. 



*T,'ypn, to cause to waver 
or tremble. 

(mi^"i3ldy5') pr.n.m. 
in^*P (ni^V'«d?'n) m, only p[. 

and 'ninyD;' delights' 
dainties, pleasures; adv. 
cheerfully. 

nn^P (m,l"ad$nu$') /, only 
pi. nliiyo, fetters, group 
of stars. 

'i^.^*y (mi:i'd?'r) m weeding- 
liook. 
ny? (me'g') w, only pi. 

Dn;t?, c. ^^x> and niyo, 

c. nlyp, the bowels, the 
intestines, womb, body, 
belly; the inmost part, the 
heart; the sands of the sea. 

^*V? ' '*V? (m5'o'^)^»i bread- 
cake; :i1yrp ^y^l cake- 
mockers, parasites who 
earn their bread by jesting. 

tly?, 1^^ (mrp'z) m, tvs. 

nyo, )i)v^, pi. Dnyo, m;.,. 

SI'^WO [for rj^^y^], for- 
tress, strong city, pro- 
tection, defence, refuge. 

habitation, dwelling, habi- 



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187 



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God , refuge, 



tation of 
asylum. 
^i^^^ (m^'o'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Jiiclah; of a temple 
in Arabia Petreea; gent. 

^riJiyp (m^'o'Dpa-S-'y) pr.n.m. 

^V'O (mruf) m, c. f]^V^. 

darkness. 
Ilyp (ma'o'r) w, only pZ. 

DniyO pudenda. 

tif^ see liV»- 

nnyD (m^-^zyr), ^n;]^D 

(m§L"$zya'htj) pr.n.m. 

t^y? (mra't) in/- tO'V^, /«t 
tDVp^, to lie or become little, 
small, few; to be lessened. 
— Pi. ^yp to become 
few. — m. t^^Pn, fut. 
^y.^1, pt. tS^VpP, to make 
little or small, to lessen, 
to diminish, to do or give 
little. 

^^12 (m^'^'t) m, pi. D^tS^i^P, 
a little, little, few, a few; 
adv. little, a short time; 
Oyp? almost, soon; tDVP 
t:,yp by little and little, 
by degrees. 

W'Q (mrrt) adj., only f 
ntSVP, whetted, sharp. 



garment, covering. 
ns;p>;p (m^"atff5') /, only 
pi. niDtp vp, cloak, mantle. 

''yp (ma'r) pr.n.m. 

^VP (m'T) »i heap of rub- 
bish, ruins. 

^79 (m^Tl) w, W.8. i^^VP, 
pZ. □"','?''VP, upper garment, 
sleeveless robe. 

OyO see n^p. 

and irVP, p^. Q^J^VP, e. 

^:;vp|andnirt^*p,c.nirvp, 

place of fountains, spring. 

njDyg (m^"a(^a') p-.w. of a 

city at the foot of Hermon; 
also pr.n.m. and f. 

b)l^ (mrn) inf. ^iVD, 

'pyp^ and '?V^-5 *o cover, 
to veil; to act secretly, 
faithlessly, to steal. 

^^5* (ma"al) m, iv.s. t>V.^, 
faithlessness, treacheiy. 

^V.]^^ (mgl"|Ll) m what is 
above, the upper part; 
adv. with loc. H Hj^p 
upwards, forward; 7y,PP 
from above, above; H^Vp^ 
upwards; T^'^V^^^ from 
above upon. 



bvip 188 

^yj2 = b^ IP. 

i^yb (mo"Cii) «i the lifting- 
up [of hands]. 

ascent, the journeying up; 
rising of the mind, thought; 
step, degree [of a dial]; 
in inscriptions of psalms: 
nl^^t^n y'2f song of step- 
like rythni, or song of 
ascent to the temple, or 
song of pilgrimage, song 
of excellence. 

n?^P (m^"air) m, c. n'ryo, 

ascent, slope, hill; elevated 
place, platform. 

b'>,^:;p = bbvp.. 

^^V^ (mS,"airi) m, only pi. 

D^??V:P, c. 'b^VP., deed, 



n?i<P 



"^!?^P (niri"am5'd) tn, c. 
Tpy.P, station, post. 

'P>;|^ (mQ"onHi'd)ju standing- 
place, footing. 

nppylj (rar'»m5er) / 
burden, weight. 

P,9^^9 (nui'i'ma'k) m, only 

pi.' D^if.rjy^p, c. 'i^.pyD, 
depth. 

I^P (m^"jn) «i intention, 
pui-pose; adv. only "JVPr. 
w.s. ]^V.Ij?, on account of. 



because, for the sake of, 

in order that, so that. 
' f J<1? (m$'*nnii[') / a furrow's 

length. 
n?^2 (m&"an§') m, c. ."1:^0, 

answer, reply, hearing; 

refutation, object, purpose. 
M^^'D see nJlyp. 

^]^V^ (m$"anr9-) /•= njv.D. 

y^P (ra$"$B) />,-.«.>«. 

^?-^l^P (mr''*B?b$') f pain, 

sorrow. 
"^.V^^'S (nuV'aBri'd) m axe, 

hatchet. 

"IWP (m$"aBiVr), -l^!iV!^ 

(m$"aB5'r) ju restraint, 
hindrance. 

~i^.>;p (mCi""ke') w ledge 
about a flat roof. 

^i^^P (m$"ak5's) m, only 
/)^ D''^ti^*i2i''^P, crooked, way. 
'^[^ (m$"$r) wi nakedness, 
pudenda; empty or bare 
space. 

^ J.>:P (m&"ar5'b) m Occident, 
west, westward. 

^1^*P* (nuV'arii'h) ,«, ;,/. 
D^n-jyO, barter - goods, 
wares; exchange, barter, 
market. 

nn'I^P (n,$"nr$h5') / ^ 



189 



nH^ 



fl. ril")^^, cave. 

hare place, treeless i)lain. 

y*^.^;!? (m^'^arrB) m object 

of' fear [see f1^ i/i.] 
"^n^jP (m^""r5'd)) i«, only 
pi. c. '',51^^, arrangement, 
project. 

n?!^*? (m,V'arad)a') f and 
npiv'P (mr'arrcl)§9-) /, pi 

nipiy,^ and nlpivp, ar- 
rangement, order, pile, 
row, array, armj^; setting 
forth, exhibition, show. 

^"I^IP (nia'arp'm) wi, only 
pi. D'^'QIVjO, nakedness, 
naked body. 

n^^yp (ma"ar5B5')/ sudden 

terror. 
^n^P (ma'^'^ra'a) pr.n. of a 

place in Judali. 

c. ''j?/V.^j the doing, exe- 
cuting; activity, action, 
business; work, deed, pro- 
duction, fabric; property. 

^,^*>JP (ma"a6a'y); H^ti^y^tD 
(ma'afieyr), i~t*^^:P (m&"^- 
Ccy5'hu) pr.n.iii. 



the tenth part, the tenth, 
tithe. 

^E'^^P (mr'^sakka') /, 
only pi. riljA^^'y.tD, op- 
pression, exaction. 

*^^ (mof) /)r.w. of a city in 
Egypt, Memphis. 

^*''^-rlSD (mjfgi'a') m aggressor; 

asker. mediator [see y^^S 

Hi.]. ' 
y^DP (mifga") m assault, 

object of attack. 

'"'^^ (mappi'c^) m a breath- 
ing out, expiring. 

n^"^ (mappy'ae^) m bellows. 

r^Q*'5D (m«fibo's§^)pr.w.')u. 

^ itP (myppi'ni) pr.n.m. 

7^?^ (raefl'B) m hammer, 

club. 
t^Bp (mappri) m, c. t'SO, 

pZ. c. 1??D, chaff; dewlap. 

flap. 

nX^SP (mifia'r) /, only 
pZ. c. n1x'p?>!p, miracle, 
wonder. 

n|7Sp (mifUlgga') /division, 
class. 

npSp (mappala) f and 
nS2?^ (raappeir) / fall, 
ruins, heap of rubbish. 



^k^p 



190 



nn*^o 



tO^SP (mlfl5't) m place of 

refuge. 
ri^^B'O (mlfi^'Bg^-) /"monster, 

terror, hideous idol. 



tr^sr:) 



the 

[of 



(ralfl5'6) m 
poising 'or floating 
clouds]. 
npSP (m^pp^'l^a-) /; w.s. 
In'fsD, fall, ruin; fallen 
trunk; coi-pse, carcass. 

7^SP (nUt'n) m, pi. 
D'b^^^, and n^yDO (mlf- 

W) V, p?. c. m^y?», 

work, deed. 

n^DP see nVDVp. 

ySP (m^pp^'B) in a crush- 
ing, smashing. 

ySp (m^ppQ'B) m hammer. 

"TfpSP (mifkrd) m, c. ip.?0, 
numhering, census ; ar- 
rangement, mandate; ap- 
pointed place. 

ynSP (mifr^'B) 
0"*'^"]?^ , incision 
harhour. 

nj^nsp (m5fi-g'k59-) /, w.s. 

iP]?i??5, the neck. 
trnSP (mifr^^'lJ) «i, yl. c 
"'^ti^'lDD, a spreading out, 
extension, sail. 

mlffi^'i.1') / place 



«j, yl. 
, inlet. 



Avhere the legs fork off, 

buttocks. 
nriSP (ni&ft?'ae^) ,H a key. 
nriDp (mlftg'e^) m the 

opening. 
^IflSP (mlft$'n) m, c ir?P, 

threshold. 
yb = -^ID chaff. 

NJirj (mafi^) inf. N'if^, M/.s. 

Dys;^b, imp. ^<.^b', /wr 

/" nX'iSb, to come to, to 
reach to, to arrive at, to 
acquire; to find, to dis- 
cover; to meet with, to 
befall. — Ni. N^PJ, inf. 

i<,^tpn, fut. s'.v;^-^^ pi. ^^^), 

f nx^*.?J , to be found, to 
be met with; to be ac- 
quired; to be discovered; 
to exist. — Hi N')?pn. 
fut. N"'^P:, yt. N^??^^,' to 
let come, to deliver, to 
cause to find; to bring, 
to present. 

^liP (m?iBB5'b) m, c y^'Q , 
stand, station, post, gar- 
rison, office. 

2^P (myBBri'b) m, .12'^ D 
(mijBBrilni') /, nnV*P (rnlBB?- 

br) f = 35^0. 



oiio 



191 



niit:) 



^,1. nl3^D, c. ni2'4D and 
rillil^, pillar, column, 
monument, statue [of 
idols]; stump, trunk. 

n^n^D (m^Bo'Hy?') prn. of 
a place. 

IJi^ (m"Ba'd) ,», 1,1. nlT^I?, 
mountain - hold , castle, 
stronghold, fortress. 

n^^D (maB5') fid. ^^Il, to 
suck out, to empty; to 
press out [moisture]. — 

Ni. n^pj, fut. n;^D^ to 

be sucked out, to be 
squeezed out. 

H'^D^ (maBBr)/, pZ. nl5i^, 
unleavened bread or bread- 
cake. 

n^^)^^ (m^BBa') f contention, 
quarrel. 

n^^tD (moB?') pr-n. of a place 
in Benjamin. 

n^n^iP (mlBhala') f, pi. c 

nl/HJitp, neighing. 
iri'O (msBo'd) m, c. "iliftp, 

net, capture, gain; fortress. 
"T*1^D (maBci'd) HI net. 

nil^J^D (m^Bodr) /, pi. 

nlliJIp, fortress, tower, 
mountain-castle; net. 

TTir^'O (m^Buda') /, c. ni^^, 

w.s. ''.bl^^P, vi. n1"iri^" =■ 



nj^p (miBva') /; c. ni«fp, 
pY' niif)?, ni]*p (miBvo'a), 

commandment, precept, 
law; the due. 

n^l^P (m^Bola') f, pi. 
niyiif.?, and rh^'^'q (nrBa- 

15') f.' pi. nlW^ip, "ni'p^p, 

n?^^, depth [of the sea, 

of water], abyss. 
pl^u (mfBo'k) m pressure, 

distress, embarrassment. 
p*1^9 (maBa'k) m, pi. c 

^p.^P, pillar; height, cliff, 

peak. 
np^^ip (m^Buka') /, pi. 

Il^p* (maBo'r) m, c. HifP, 
straitness, embarrassment, 
distress; siege; wall, cir- 
cumvallation, fortification, 
fortress. 

Il^p (m5Bo'r) pr.n. == 

IT (mgBy'r) ih, tt;..<?. 

?]131J^ = 1Vip» siege. 

rrm^ (nrBara-) /, ^^ 
n"i"]'^P, circumvallation : 
fortress, fortification. 

n^^P (m«iBBu'5-)/contention. 
quarrel, strife. 

n^P (me'Bae^) 7U, lu.s. IH^P, 
pZ. nln^P forehead. 



nn^jD 



192 



1p» 



greave, frontlet of the log-. 

n^^?9 (nrBTlla') /, pi 

nlj^VP, l)ell. 

n^^D .(m^BuUg') f shady 

place; others: tent. 
npjip (nr^Bc'1^9) /, only du. 

D^n'^^O, cymbal of two 

plates. 
n^^^p (mlBnrfi^O-) / turban 

[of the hig-h priest or the 

king]; tiara. 
V^^P (m^BBri") m couch. 
"Tl^^P (miB'y'd) w, only pi. 

step, walk. 
n^^^iP* (miB'5'r) m little- 
ness, smallness, fewness, 
a little while. 

ni^VP* (miB'a'r) pr.n. of a 
hill. 

nS^P (miBpa') pr.w. of 
towns in Gilead and Ben- 
jamin; a district near 
Hermon. 

nD:ip*(,„iBi)r)m, c. n^'f.:. 

look-out, watch-tower. 
nS^P* (mlBpr) />r.n. cf 
several places. 

Irr^'? (iniJiBpp'n) m, only y>/. 

D^3?^Vr;), hiddfu thinii-. 
treasure. 



1>^p (maBisi'B) A<« pi. r>:br:, 

to suck out. 

^i'^P (meBj'r) j;i. jl>Z. Qn^9, 
c. "',1.^'?, straitness, distress. 

Dn^fP (nilBrrylm) pr.n. 
(f«., a son of Ham; [upper 
and lower] Egypt, Egyp- 
tians; w. loc. n n^^T^p. 

gent. ^.^P, ;>Z. Dn'ip,' 

Egyptian. 
"^^"Q (mjBirf) )n crucible. 
pP (m§k) »u rottenness, 

putridity. 

'"J,?!^? (m$kk5b§') / and 
n5j?D (m^kk^beS-) /, pi. 
nnj^D, hammer; fissure 
in a rock, hole. 

'^'ilP'? (makkfd?') pr.n. of 
a to^\^l in Judah. 

^^PP (mlkdr«) »i, c. 

Y^'lpp, a holy thing, 
sanctuary, temple, asylum. 

'','^P'? (makhf'l) m, only pi. 
D',?'ji?» and niSnpJD, as- 
sembly, choir. 

i^JpP {mlkv5') / reservoir. 

nipp (mlkv^v) »„ c. nii^P, 

hope, trust; gathering, 
confluence of water; as- 
sembly, troop, company. 



D^i?^ 



193 



r]^pr:i 



Dlp^ (m^kp'ni) m [and /], 

stand, place, spot, dwelling- 
place, abode; It^i^ Dlp^f 
at the place where. 

nifP^ (rnsko'r) m, c. "llp^, 
fountain, spring; the 
female pudenda. 

njj?p (mikk5't^) m the 
taking", receiving. 

nnj^P (mikk^c^a') /, only 
pi rilnjl^'P, saleable things, 
merchandise. 

npfpP (mikta'r) «i, c. ipp», 
place of incensing. 

nippP (miktg'rg^) /censer. 

bp'O (mgkke'l) w, c. ^pn 

II"- \ • / ,11 

and >'ip-'5, ^('•s- l,"^!?^. 

TypD, twig, rod, staff, 

stick. 
rlpjpp (miklo'9-) pr.n.m. 
tO^fpP (mlkla't) m place of 

refuge, asylum. 

J^^"*,^i?P (mlkir^O-) /, ^z. 
nly jpt?, c. nlV^pt?, sculp- 
tured work, relievo. 

njpp (mikn^) »n, c n)p^, 
iv.s. fl^pP, V,^.|?^? acquisi- 
tion, purchase, possession, 
property, cattle. 

njfpp (mikn?') /, c. npp, 

Hfbrew-Eiiglisli. 



purchase, price, possession, 
property. 
iT-l'T • (mlkncyS'hy) pr.n.m. 
Dpj^p (mikerm) m sooth- 
saying, divination. 

yi^^ (m$k§'B) pr.n. of a 
place. 

'mV^^ ^Vir"? (nUkBo'a-) 
«i, pZ. my'ipp and 
D^^n>J|?», c. ■'V'i'^pP, angle, 
corner, nook. 

n^^jp^ (makBu'a) /, only 
pi. niy^pD, carving-knife, 
chisel. 

njipp, n^ptp see n^p. 

pE^^ (maka'k) M. pp:, p?. 
^ppj, /h<. P»^ _p<. y?. 
D^'p.!^;, to he melted, to 
be dissolved, to vanish; 
to flow, to pine away, to 
perish. 

i^npp (mlkr?') in, pi. c. 
^N-^pp, iv.s. HN^pP, a 
calling together, convoca- 
tion, assembly, congrega- 
tion; place of meeting; 
reading, recital. 

nnpP (mlkrg') m, c Hipp, 
w.s. nipp, chance, hap, 
accident, event, lot. 

rripD (m^kfre') tn frame- 
work. 

13 



^:i?p 



liU 



'"^HR? (m^k?r?') f a cooling. 
"lE^lil? (m^kirk^i'r) m a 

"breaking down, overthrow 

[or Pi. pt. of 1'p]. 

•^FfP^VH^^r) / turned 
or carved work. 

ntfpp' (raik§5') / field of 

cucumbers or melons. 
ntrjpp (nilks^') m twisted 

hair, lock. 

ly (mCir) m a drop. 

ly (m^r) adj., i.p. ID, j[>Z. 

Dn^, .. np.vniD [xip]. 

c. riTJ, bitter, sad, em- 
bittered , fierce, violent, 
wild; siibst. bitterness, 
sadness. 
iD, liu (mpr) m myrrh. 

^2^^ (mm') pt. /HNTi^T^, 
to be obstinate, rebellious. 
— Hi. flit. Xn.^l, to flap 
the wings. 

see ID-]. 
Tj^NhD (m^rSd>i'd)), Tjjip 
pi'.n. of a Babylonian god, 
Marduk. 



b<ir«da'ii) pr.n.ni. of a king 
of Babylon. 

HiJ"]? (m$r'g') m, c. nx-iQ, 

;?;. c. ^N"1D. the seeing, 



p,51D 

sight, appearance, aspect, 
form; sight, vision. 

"?15 (m^r'a-) /, pZ. riS'-lD, 
sight, vision, revelation; 
mirror. 

IT It ("I'l""?') / craw, crop 
of birds. 

I I 't (n^'i'P'n) pr.n. of a 
place. 

'"'F?*^*'-;? (ra5'rc5«l'), "?'!1.D 
jyr.n. of a fortress in Judah. 

nt:'S-]?5 (m$r'r§$9-) and 
ni^\Sn.P (m'rrsgO-) /. only 

pi. c. niyN;iD, mt^'snp, 

the place of the head; 
adv. at or under the head. 

^^y (mciti'b) pr.n.f. 
'5 jy (murb&'d) m, only pi. 

C"'"51D, coverlet, carpet. 

^^rP^ (m^rbg') «», c. nSID, 
multitude, increase, plenty. 

'"'^'IP (nurbii') / amplitude, 
abundance. 

*^^?1?> (mnrbra-) / multi- 
tude, greatness, the greater 
part; increase, interest, 
usury. 

yinp (m$rbf'B) >«, c. "i'5"]D, 
resting-place [for animals]. 

P5"!P (m$rbrk) m stall, 
fatteninff-stable. 



y'^^ 



195 



^lillD (mjrgo'a*) m rest, 
resting-place. 

^.?,'?1'5 Jmiirge'l^O-) /", only 
2)1. c. :^^b^y2, place of the 
feet; adv. at the feet. 

nO^np (m$rgem5') / heap 
of stones; others: sling, 
swing- [for throwing 
stones]. 

iy2 (marU'd) inf. iVf fid. 

iip^, "I'^^'r pi- p- '"^n?, 

to be obstinate, to resist, 
to disobey, to rebel. 

intD (me'rgd) m obstinacy, 
rebellion. 
' jP * (mg'r^d) pr.n.m. 

nn"ip (m^rda'O-) / ob- 
stinacy, refractoriness. 

"^l^ntD see ^.iSn^. 

^3 -T no (mgrd^S'y) pr.n.m. 

5^]inp (myrda'f) m per- 
secution. 

nip* (mfr?') inf Xi^, pt. 
n"]b, pi Dnb, to be re- 
fractory, rebellious; to 
rebel, resist, despise. ■ — 
Hi. ni^n, inf n1")P^ [for 

r^llPnp], fut. rnpi ip;i. 

pt. pi. C^P^, to quarrel, 
to dispute ; to be rebellious, 
to rebel, resist, offend. 



••jP (m^rgi') pr.ti. of a 
bitter fountain in the pen- 
insula of Sinai. 

nnn' (mfrr) /, du. D^ni^ 
double rebellion, i.e. Ba- 
bylon. 

","^9 (rngrr?') and nHb 
(mpr?') /, c. rilb, bitter- 
ness, grief, sorrow. 

"1^1 (^ (maru'd) JH, iv.s. ^y^"^^^. 
pi. D''Ti"lp, expulsion, per- 
secution; one homeless, 
fugitive. 

T I jp (merp'z) pr.n. of a town 
in northern Palestine. 

bruised, castrated. 

D*n?p (marp'm) m, c Q"in^P, 

height, elevation, high 

place [heaven]; high rank; 

excellence; pride; adv. 

proudly; far. 
Q I iP (merp'm) pr.n. of a 

district near the source of 

the Jordan. 
pHp (mcrp'B) m and 

n^n^i (m^TuB?') /, c. 

HatTP, race, running. 
njinD* (m^ruB^i') / op- 
pression. 
D^p^llD (m'Tykl'm) m;pl. an 

anointing, cleansing. 
13<= 



nn^ 



196 



nlDip 



ril"]D (m^urp'O-) pr.li. of a 
town in Judali. 

cry, shout, wailing. 
";i? {mv^'^) fut. ni^^, 
to rub, to rub iu, to lay on. 

^3n"]15, wide place, broad 
space ; enlargement, liberty. 

pni9 (ra^rc^rk) m, pZ. 

remoteness, far distance, 
remote country. 

*^^'ni5 (raSrc^g'seO-) / boil- 
ing-pot, kettle. 

^y^ (mfr^'t) inf. HtDlD 

(mortr),/"««. ^,1^^2?«. inb, 
pt. p. /ntinp,' to pluck 

out [hair]; to whet, 
shai-pen; to wear off [the 
skin by a burden]. — Ni. 
tDIp; to be plucked, to 
become bald. — Ph. tDlb^ 
pt. ^"yp^^, to be polished, 
to be sharpened [see t3T.l!:D]. 

^'^'0 [mh]') wi, i.p. ''ID, 
u'.s. fi]"],'?, refractoriness, 
rebellion, perverseness. 

fat, fattened; subst. fattened 
^ beast. 

b^i'i nD (nrrr br*$i). 



H\5 nnp (m'ri'b b$"$l) 
pr.7i.m. 

pi. nU"*"]!?, contention, 
quarrel, strife. 

n?^1^* {mh\W) pr.n. of 
two fountains. 

•l,^ jP ("I'r^y?') pr.n.m. 
IT -T (mp'rlyy?') pr.n. of a 
hill in Jerusalem. 

^'^?1? (m'r^yp'O-) pr.n.m. 

0^1? (miryrm) pr.n.f. 
[Maria]. 

nn'>"ip (m»r}ra'^) / bitter- 
ness, grief. 

^^^19 (rn'rlif) adj. bitter, 
sharp, poisonous. 

"TIP (mp'i$d&) m timidity, 
fear. 

^?19 (ra$rk5'b) w chariot, 
chariot-seat. 

^??19 (m^rk5H') /, c. 

nlipi», e. ' 'nii^it?, 

chariot, war-chariot. 

rip!p"]5 (m$rk9'l§0-) / market, 
mart. 

fraud, falsehood, deceit; 
ill-gotten wealth. 
" '9 j.!? (m'rfrap'O') pr.n.m. 



D'?1P 



197 



nino 



DDIP (minnf'B), D01P 
(nurm^'6) ?Ji, c. DD"1D, a 
treading- down, object and 
place of treading down. 

*nj jU (m?rp'noB-i') pr.n.m.^ 
inhabitant of the unknown 
place nuip. 

D"!?3 (me'rSe); NJPIO (m$i- 
6'ii5') pr.n.m. [both Persian]. 

{nVlp, p?. D^l.p, friend, 
companion. 

V^ (mer?L") m wickedness, 
evil-doing. 

pasture, fodder. 

^^)!1^ (m^vTO-) /■ a pastur- 
ing, feeding; flock. 

•^^^n^ (m5r'ai5') pr.n. of a 
place in Zebulon. 

XS1D, nS"lD (m^rpe') m 
cure, healing; remedy, 
health; placidity, softness, 
calmness. 

t^^Snp (mirpa'fi) m muddled 
water. 

]^ipj, f n^ip:, to be 

forcible, violent. — Hi. fut. 
1>n.pl to excite. 

5^^")D (mai-Bc'a') m an awl. 



nS^'l^ (narB^feO-) f pave- 
ment. 

P|l? (mg[r«L'k) i'hj/?. p/. 
ij:p"lD, pf. p. pnp, to rub, 
polish, sharpen. — Pu. 'p'y^ 
to be scoured. 

pl^ (mfra'k) m, c p.lP, 
broth, soup. 

nplD (mgrka'rf)) m, only 
pi. W'U'^'yo. aromatic herb. 

•^.OPl? (m^rka^r) / a 

seasoning, spicing; un- 
guent-pot. 
rinp_"]D (mlrk«l'^|L«-) / the 
spicing of unguents ; 
unguent, ointment. 

inp (m?r^'r) pf. "10, HIO, 
fut. ip?. to be bitter, to 
be grieved, embittered. — 
Ni. "ipj to be changed 
[see lit:]. — Pi. ™, fut. 
"I,"19;, to make bitter, to 
embitter; to irritate, pro- 
voke. — Hi. "ipn, inf ipn, 

fut. Ipl, to embitter, to 
grieve; to weep violently. 
— Eiih. "ipTi^r^n to be 
embittered, exasperated. 

1"jD (mfrp'r) m, only pi. 

Dnip bitter herbs. 
n"l"]D (m^rfi-S') / gall. 
nnlb (ra^rora') f c Tlip, 



'?."?? 



198 



N.r^ 



j,l. Pi'i'l*;!?, gall, poison, 
bitter things [unripe 
grapes]. 
' J jP (m'r^ri') pr.n.m. 

nr^nr; (m^-reg^') see ni^'xiD. 

^"'i^f^lP (mlrs^"$9-) /wicked- 
ness. 

Xtf^p* (rniUBB?') m a carr}'- 
ing, a lifting; burden, 
load; tribute, present; 
elevation of the voice, 
song, utterance, oracle; 
desire, longing. 

Ki^p (m$fiB$') pr.n.m. 

nSt^P (ni$B65'5') / rising 
smoke, conflagration. 

^Z. niN'fO, a lif ting-up: 
fire-signal; tribute, tax 
present; burden; saying 
oracle. 
nS'^D see ^}$f^- 

Zl^t^p (mlBga'b) m, c. iyt^P, 
w.s. "'.^^"^'P, height, high 
place, fortress, refuge, 
protection. 

"^•,b*p /■ thorn-hedge. 

"llu^p (m^fiBo'r) )u a saw. 

HTitJ^P (m^'Bur?') / a mea- 
sure for liquids. 



jo\', object of joy. 
pntrp (mlB^^'k) m laughter. 

nopt:*^ {mm^m') f en- 
mity, hostility. 

^^ptJ^P (m^Bkl'i) m didactic 
or artful poem [see also 

h'y^ Hi.]. 
^^2t^*p (msBki'o-) /, pi. 

r?r'^^, image, figure, 
picture, sculptured work; 
imagination, thought. 

ri"lS^P (mILfiko'rgO-) /, IV.S. 
''Pi'lp'f*^ wages, reward. 

nnpt^^P see rit?C^. 

nS^P (mlBp?'^) m blood- 
shed, murder. 

nnti^P (miBr?') / dominion, 

lordship. 
nSn^'P (miBrg'fg9-) /. only 

pi. c. n1S"lii'!p, burning, 

cremation. 
D:>P niD-]tf»P (mlBr^fo'O- 

m^jL'yim) pr.n. of a placr 

near Sidon. 
npl.trp (m^Brfk*') pr.n. of 

a place in Edom. 
nnti^P (miSLflrf'S-) lu a pan. 
^U (in$s) pr.n.m. 
>^fi''p (mJ5b(i') m loan, debt, 

pledge, usury. 



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199 



nn^D 



Xti^D (m?s5') pr.n. of a place 
in Arabia. 

nS^'D (mi:is'5'\i) in, only pi. 
D''3N^*^J, draw-well, trough 
for drawn water. 

nN'uTD, pi. nis^'D, = 

I T — 

HiJt^D (m$ssu'5') /; only 
pi. hlSu^'^, nlNi*2'^, ruin, 
desolation. 

nStTD (m'^so'r) /■ desola- 
tion, desolate place. 

7>J;tJ^P (mls'a'l) pr.n. of a 
town in Aslier. 

n^ijtfp {mwm') /, pz. c. 

ni^sjlf' p, request, wish. 
n"}f<tf*P (mis'g'r^S-) /•, tc.s. 

kneading-trough. 
n^ltpP (mlbbrBea-) /; only 
pz!'c. nlif^lp'P, texture, 
brocade; setting [of pre- 
cious stones]. 

mouth of the womb. 

"l^tf^P (raisb5'r) JU, jd?. 
Dnntp'P, c. \"l.?'f P, break- 
ers, surf, breaking wave. 

ri^P (mlsbJ'O-) in, only pi. 
D"'n3^2''D, cessation, ruin. 



'^,'?.^*5 {ra$sg$') m deceiver, 

niisleader [see H^^']. 
n^.t^*P (mlsg^') m error, 

mistake. 
nt^'D (m$s5') to draw out, 

to save. — ///, n^^^pn, fnt. 

nt^'pl to draw out, to 

rescue. 
Hj^'i^ (mCissg') m loan, debt. 
I 'i^i^ (mosg') pr.n.ni. 
HiSit^D see nj<trp. 
nS^tTD see ns^'P, 

Uli iL2^P (ra^soba'b) pr.n.m. 
nyitrrp (m^sCiba-) A c. 

rDiti'p, ^z. nlnit^'p, ^.s. 

Dp^^^1t^'p, turning away, 

apostasy; an apostate. 
n^^itTD (m^sxiga') /• error, 

mistake. 
tOltTD (rapu't) and tsrf P 

(misso't) m oar, rudder. 
HDItTD (m^sijDfi?') /■ a 

plundering. 



in'-yp. 



nsTD, 



n^'p^ pt. pi. D^n^vj, ^>^ 
p! n'lrf'!^, pz. Q^nr^'p, to 

besmear, to paint; to 
anoint, to consecrate. — A'?". 
inf. r\'2/t^ri to be anointed. 

nnt^^p {mum') /; c. nntf'p, 



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200 



b^'^ 



anointing, unction; part, 
portion. 

riTitf^iO (mjbd^I'd-) m de- 
struction; ambush, snare, 
trap; destroyer [see rin^2']. 

int^'P (misei^ri'v) m dawn, 
(lay-blusli. 

rnt^'P (mri5cf)c'a-) m de- 
struction. 

nnt^P {raI«f^,V9-) m dis- 
figurement, defacement. 

nnt^^D (rngg^si'^) m blemish. 

nitpt^'P (mibtp'a^) m and 
ntp'^P (niibtg:'ri)) la, c. 
nt5*yJ''p, place for spreading- 
out [nets]. 

ntDt^*P (mist5'r) m dominion, 
command. 

*'t^p (mr§I) w* silk, silk- 

^ stuff. 

t'SnWD (m«se'zai/c'l) 2>»'- 
11 ni. 

nWp, n-.s. "•n^li'P, be- 
smeared, anointed; an 
anointed one [priest, king, 
patriarch] ; the Christ, 
Messiah. 

imp. ^rp, pz. 1D:^♦p and 



■pt. "^f^O, to draw, pull; 
to extend, prolong; to 
sow; to attract, to take. 
to cherish, to preserve; to 
wander, to go. — Ni. 
r;^^), flit. ?]C'»\ to be 
protracted, delayed. — Pu. 
-r?p, pL "^i.tl'pp, to be 
protracted, to be extended, 
to be tall. 

T]^P* (m^'ggc^) m the 
drawing, sowing; pos- 
session. 

^^*??^ (m^'s^c^) pr.n.m. of a 

Japlieticpeople [Moschians] 
near the Caucasus. 

nr^f^P (ralsWb) m, c. nD^p, 

u'.s. l^p^'p, pi. c. nlipVp 

and \bWp, the lying [in 
bed]; couch, bed. 

*|^:f^P (miskci'n) m, c. ]}J^'^, 

'pi nijptf'p, c. nli^Vp 

and ^^.p'^P, habitation, 
dwelling, haunt; hut, 
tent; tabernacle, sanctuary, 
temple; grave. 

1^\V^^ (m55,Vl) inf. ^rfb, 

•r'fp, 'b^'^, imp. b't^, 
fut '"ft'^i pt.b}y'r:i, ^^tr'ib, 

/■ n^t^'O, to rule, reign, 
govern; to rule over, to 
manage. — Hi. b^pp^, fnt. 
'r^ti'tD''. to canse to rnU\ 



^tr'D 



201 



r\Wt2 



b^^^ (mnU'l) [den. of 
hl^frp] imp. b'^^, fut. bwx 
pt. "^i^tD, to propose or 
use a proverb, a parable; 
pt. gnomic poet. — Ni. 
^^Kfpj to be comparable, 
like, similar. — Pi. bt^'P 
to speak in parables. — 
Hi. '?"',^"pn to^ compare, 
liken. — Hith. 'p.t^prin to 
become like. 

pl.'wh^^:^, c. 'h.^'O, com- 
parison, similitude, parable, 
proverb, saying, gnomic 
song, satire, by-word. 



bw^' 



(mas<i'l) pr.n. of a 



town. 
?ti^P (m'so'l) m by-word, 

satire. 
btTD (mo'sel) m, iv.s. I^lpb 

(mQslo') rule, dominion; 

likeness, similitude. 

place where one is sent; 
business; possession. 

ni'p^'p, a sending; seizure, 
possession. 

^D^^^ (mislfll'^^^) / send- 
ing, troop; dismissal, dis- 
charge. 



071^^0 (m«syU5'ra); nlD.^tT'p 
(m%li?mp'^); n;p^,t^"p (m^"- 
sg'Iemy5') pr.n.m. 

Tltpbt^t^ (m^sylle'mg^) pr.n.f. 

T]tppb (m^s$mm5') /, pi 
nifp^'P, desolation, horror, 

]'0^*P (misma'n) m, c. ]r^f^ 

pi D^^p^p, c. ■'ip^'P 
fatness, fat or fertile soil; 
strong warrior. 

'It- : • (niisra^nn?;') pr.n.m. 

D^jDtpP (mUsm^nnrm) mlpl. 

fat food, delicacies. 

rp^P' (mlsma") m, C. 

y^^P, a hearing, report. 

IT : • (mism5") pr.n.m. 
nygu^^P (misma''S9') /, w.S. 

Inypipp, audience, ad- 
mission at court ; obedience ; 
subjects. 

nj5^P (mlsma'r) m, c 
IDI^P, guard, watch, post; 
prison; a thing to be 
guarded; usage. 

niD^P (mlsme'rga-) /, iv.s. 
''p'lPI^'p , guard, watch, 
watch-post, service, duty; 
keeping , preservation, 
usage; command, law; 
fidelity. 

njtpP (mlsnS') w, c. nJ!^P, 
pi D^Jt^'p , repetition, 



•D^D 



202 



intTD 



doubling; the double, the 
second; copy; the second 
place in rank; the younger, 
later. 

nDrr?3 (m^siBfi?') f, pi 

nlDti^P, plundering, plun- 
der, booty. 

7ly^P (mis'o'i) m narrow 
path, hollow way. 

^V'^^ (mlsT) m cleansing, 
purity. 

Dyrrp (mlg'5'm) pr.n.m. 

support, stay, staff. 
^J^ti-'P (mri5'?'n) m and 

nnsLTD (misp56^5') A c. 
nnc^p, W.5. inni'f p, p/. 

ninsVp , c. ' 'nin?^b, 

species, kind, sort, family; 
race, tribe, people. 

tDDt^*P (mispri't) j», c. t2,i^"P, 

c. ''li?tt^*?■.p judgment, sen- 
tence; place uf judgment; 
cause, suit; crime, guilt; 
right, law, rule; the due. 

nStf^P (mlbprO-) wi, only 
du' D^nf^'p, fold, pen. 

pCi^D (m^'bgk) m possession, 
heirdom. 



pt^^D (m$ss5'k) m, c. ^^^, 
a running about. 

npL^p (m?[§icr) m, c. np.tf^'p, 

jL>Z. D''p.:^p, cup-bearer, 
butler; drink, wine; 
watered region [see T\p^ 

t'lpt^^p (mlskp'i) m weight. 
S^iptf^D (m^bko'f) m upper 

beam of a door. 
7pt^*P (ralsk5'l) 7n, c. '^p/fP, 

a weighing; weight, value. 
n.^ptf^P (miskrieO-) and 

n^'pif^'P (mlsko'iga-) f plum- 
met, level. 
yptrp (mlsk5") w, c. Vp.tp'P, 

a settling; settled and 

clear water. 
nnt^^P (mlgr«[') /•, (7. ni'fP. 

solution, maceration, drink. 
7"ltrp (mlsr^T) pr.n. gent., 

one dwelling at V,^t?^p. 

^v.s.\^V], "rf ps; [or from 
t^*■ltD], to touch' to feel.— 
Pi. tr^t^'P, fut. tS^>'P^, p/. 
t^'r'PP, to grope, to ex- 
plore. — Hi. tt^.pn, ivip. 

iv.s. w>pq, fuL t:'',p;, />/. 

l^tt^'^P], to touch, to feel; 
to let touch. 

^nL^♦p [nm^-) »i, c. nr-f p. 



?'P 



203 



PW 



pi tv.s. Dj;]''r\^ft2, drink, 
place of drinking; banquet, 
feast, drinking. 

riD, nriD see n^o. 

Tl— Tl — 

no (ma9-) 7», only i>i. D^n^, 

men. males. 
rp (mc^) adj., p^. D^nt?, 
/ nnp, dead [see n^n]. 

^2riD (maO-bc'n) m heap of 

str^w, 

bit, curb. 
piriD (m50-p'k) adj., pi 
U^p}w, f np^*np, sweet; 
lovely, pleasant; svhst. 
sweetness. 

bS^hriD (m^Ki'ga'e'l); 

n^^r^'iP.P (m^O-ri^e'lli^), i-V- 
n^p^iPP, pr.nvi. 

to extend, to stretch out. 

'•riD (mfO-<i'y) iu extension 

of time; adv. when?; 

^n^'^ and ^non^ till 
when? how long? 

iriJDrtD, measure; task; 
proportion. 

nxbnt: = ns*^n-ntD what 

ITT : — ITT : - , 

a weariness [see n^J^JlTl]. 

ny^riD (m'^aii^'r) /; only 



pi niVi'nt? [for nlvn^'3], 

tooth. 

Dipp (ni'9-B'm) m wholeness, 
completeness; a thing un- 
injured. 

*]rip* (mpt?;'u) m present, 
gift. 

\^y (m^tts'n) pr.n.m. 

*]r)D (mo'-9-gn) 7n, only du. 
D.''jrp (mQa-n^'yim), c V.^"?, 
the loins, the waist. 

njnp^ (mlittana') /, c. nJi;i», 

gift, present; offering, 
sacrificial gift; bribe. 

n^TlT^ (mattana') pr.n. of a 
place on the eastern 
border of Moab. 

*^}J}'Q (ra,^^na'y) pr.n.m. 

"•pinp (raiO-ni') pr.n. gent, oue 
dwelling at the unknown 
place ]r\]^. or H^p^. 

(matt^ny|['hu) pr.n.m. 

prtj (m59-a'k) p/. iv.s. iipnp, 
/««. pPP^ to enjoy, to 
relish; to be sweet, to be 

'pleasant. ~ Hi. p''P'pn, 
fut. 'p^'^'^l. to make sweet, 
pleasant; to become sweet. 

priJ5 (m^'a-ek) m and 'pT}'^ 
(mp'0-?k) m, w.s. ''p.rtD 



J^PxOP 



204 



'm 



(mQ^kr) m sweetness, 

pleasantness. 
nprp (mIO-k*) pr.n. of a 

station in the wilderness. 
rinrp (miO-rM$'9') pr.n.m. 

[Persian = Mitliradates]. 



gift, present. 

(m$ttiO-yr); ^njrinD (m§ttI9- 
y5'hCi) pr.n.m. 



^? *) the fourteenth letter 
of the alphabet, called pJ 
[fish] ; as a numeral J = 50, 
] = 700. 

^^5 (n?) a particle of 
entreating and inciting: 
pray! now! oh! 

N^ (n?) adj. raw, half- 
cooked. 

J^^ (no) and iTpX-NJ (no- 
amo'n) pr.n. of a city in 
upper Egypt, Thebes. 

^^^J (nod) m, pi. m'ns:, 

leather-bag. 

n^y (u5'5') pii. pf. n}s;, 

n)X^, p^ ilSJ, to be con- 
venient, ])ecoming, lovely, 
pleasant. 

nSj* (n5'5') /■, p«. c. nix;!, 

habitation, dwelling, pas- 
ture. 

nix: (n5vr) adj., / n]Kj, 

becoming, comely, lovely. 



rinl»S3 see n^X Ni. 
°^? (n5\Vm) /«^ D8r, to 
whisper, to murmur. 

D^i^T* (n^'Ci'm) w [mostly with 
following nin^] declaration, 
utterance, oracle. 

f]x;i^, ^«. P]xj, /• r,?N::, to 

commit adultery [with]. — 

Pi. fat. f]f<r, Pjs:^, p<. 

rjNJp, 2^Z. D^2N;,;P, to com- 
mit adultery or idolatry. 

5^Sj (nfCi'l) m. only j^^. 
d\d.S:, and ?1^2XJ_ (n,V'afu'f) 
«i, only pi. D^Di£iS:, adul- 
tery, unchastity. 

Y^l^ (n^'a'B) /•««. }>n;>, to 

revile, scorn, despise, re- 
ject. — Pi. Y^;, inf. ""fN: 
[for !>*:], fut. ivsr, ^.^ 
]^x:r^, ^;. D^.^jftJp, to 

despise, contemn, deride, 
reject. — Jlithpo. pt. ]*NiP 
to be derided, scorned. 



yi<i 205 



jix^nj 



7!<5* (nr^'B) Hi. flit, f Kj; 

[for ]^S;i] to bloom, to 
put forth blossoms. 
-JiS^ (n^'jBiL') and n,^SJ 
(ne"5Br) /; only 2??- ^I'i"^^,^., 
reviling, contempt. 

P,^J K^'k) /«^ ps;% to 

cry, groan, wail. 

2^1. ri'ii?^,^, g-roaning, com- 
plaining. 

IK} (nr&'r) Pi. i,i<;, "!.>?;?, 

to despise, reject. 

2^ (nob), n^J (np'be) /ir.w. 
of a town in Benjamin. 

D^S?: and ^'^^h to be 
inspired, to prophesy, to 
speak or sing as a pro- 
phet. — Hith. N3;rn, inf. 

ni^<3:pn, fut. N?iP% pt- 

N5ir,p, the same as Nl; 
to rave, to play the madman. 

213 (nab^'b) _p«. p. ^HJ, C. 

2i2^, to bore through, to 
hollow. 
nZl2l see 2i 

ill? (a'b?') pr.«. of a moun- 
tain; of towns in Reuben 
and Judah ; of a Chaldean 
god, Hermes or Mercury. 



prophecy. 

pr.n.m. 

liHDnJ (n^bu'c^JdngBBsar), 
"l.^^<l"[ii3;(ii»bu(^$drgBB$'r) 
pr. n. m. Nebuchadnezzar, 
king of Babylon. 

']2*t^ilD (ii«b\l'sazb&'u) pr. 
n.m.. 

nllll^ (nfb?''^-) pr.n.m. 

ntii = nni see ra. 

TIT TIT' l-T 

ni^ (nfb?i'^) inf. ni};, to 

bark. 
nij (no'ba^) pr.w. of a town 

in Gad; pr.n.m. 
tn2? (nlb^a'z) pr.n. of an 

'idol of the Avites [D*;!^]. 

1^55 (n5ba't) Pi. ^^) to 
look. — Hi. ti^nn, in/". 

t:^3n, imp. onn, tD^an, 

tD^3?3, to look, to look at, 
out, about, on; to behold, 
regard, respect. 

lDuJ (n*ba't) pr.n.m. 

N^n: (nabi') m, c N^H^, pi. 

prophet, speaker of oracles. 
niSt*'!23 (n^biV) /prophetess; 
wife of a prophet. 



nrn: 



206 



'•MJ 



riplll) (n-'^Fyp'O-) pr.n.m. of 

an Arabian tribe. 
Tjlip (nfb^d^) m, only ;>^. c 

"'D3J, spring, fountain. 

^13% p^. ^Y-i), pt. bix 

f njn:, to wither, fade, 
decay; to be worn out, to 
vanish, to perish; to act 
foolishly. — PI t'3^, M. 
^2J;, pL 'raJp, to esteem 
lightly, to despise, reject. 

bnj*(„9hri)arf/.,jt>z. D^.'pn;, 

/Tl'TDp, foolish, unbelieving, 
irreligious, godless; suhst. 
fool, unbeliever. 
^.-^^ (n9b5'l) pr.n.m. 

ijL>. ^5P„ pi. D^f 3;i, c. ^?;i:, 

leather-bag, vessel, bottle, 
pitcher; harp. 

npn^ (n^l>5i5') / foolishness, 
wickedness, foul deed, 
punishment. 

n^n: (n;in>ir) /•. c. n'^n:, 
w.s.' \nj^a; and Iri'j^J, 

corpse, carcass. 

n^t'SJ (nUiMu'^)-) / the parts 
of shame. 

Hf^} (n'^l?$llri't) pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin. 



ri.^lj (npi?rii?a-) / coll. 
withering leaves. 

^5? (n9br') pt. ^,5:, to 
bubble forth, to rush. — 
Hi. V^2n, fut. T^l, pi. 
nJVSin, to pour out, to 
utter, speak, pronounce; 
to cause to ferment. 

^???. «ce p?.3. 

Ir^?- (nll>55'ii) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

^^S:: see b^^. Qyry ^ l^J 

^^f., (n^'^i^b) m. w. loc. 

n nSjlJ, the south, southern 

region. 
1^^ (n5g&'d) Hi n^^n, /»/. 

^An, ^',^n [^-h = "i,;n^], 
mp. HiSn, ""fit.n, n^.^n. /i^^ 
i^^l, 7^-l/ p«- ^'P^. to 

bring forward, to declare, 
explain, announce; to 
make known, to betray. -- 
Ho. "Ih^I, inf. "l^ri, fut. h^\ , 
to be announced, to be 
shown. 
^'^}, (n^'^^d) m the front, 
the visible; adv. and prep. 
opposite, in front of, before, 
in presence of, against, cor- 
responding to; also 7^,jl.?, 

n^^ (ny^ij'h) fut. ~^% to 
shine, to glitter. — Hi. 



n:i: 



207 



'^,^i 



r\]^^, fut. n'',^?!!., to cause 
to 6hin€. to illuminate, to 
make bright. 

•^^^^ (nB'g$h) m^ XV. s. DH^J 
(no?h5'm) brightness, splen- 
dour, glory. 

n^-i (nB'g;$h) pr.n.m. 

nnill (n'^ph?;') /■ brightness, 
splendour. 

n^J (nf^a'^) fut. ^4^ to 
thrust, to push. — Pi. 

n^j, fut. m:^, pt. m:^, 

to gore, to thrust, to 
throw down. — Hilh. 
n^nn to strike one 
another, to make war. 
n^5 (n9gg5'^) adj. wont to 
gore. 

pi ny}}, c. n^;i;, a high, 

a noble one, priuce, leader, 
overseer; pi. noble things. 
|?5 (nfgll'n) 2?^ pL D^J^J, to 
touch the strings. — Pi. 
l^l.J, inf. \^1, fut. \^:], pt. 
"l^ilJD, to harp, to strike 
the strings. 

V}} im^r) inf yj^ nw. 

imp. V^, fut. V,^''., pt- Vp, 
f ny^^.3, j)l. n'i/^j, pt. p. 
VUJ, to smite, beat, 
strike; to punish; to 
touch: to reach to. to ar- 



rive. — Ni. fut. v^.y^., to 

be smitten. — Pi. fut. V,^A], 
to smite, to inflict plagues. 

— Pu. V,^\ to be smitten. 

— Hi. v]ur\, inf v\^r\, y -in, 

fut. T,^i, v,^:\, pt. v]^^, 

to cause to touch, to cause 
to reach; to reach to, to 
touch; to arrive at, to 
obtain. 

V^}, (n§'?a') m, w.s. y^^, pi. 
Dy,jy c. ""V^J, blow, stroke, 
punishment,plague, leprosy, 
pestilence, plague-spot, 
scurf. 

^^l (nag^'f) in/. ^)h ^'^h 

fut. ^^^, pt. P]j?.i to smite, 
push, thrust, punish. — 
Ni. ^j\^, inf. ^,-?4''^, fut. 
^;?j'!, pt. ^*j5J, to be beaten 
or routed. — Hith. ^,^.^rin 
to stumble. 

^J5 (ne'gef) HI a stumbling; 
plague, punishment. 

1^5 (nfga'r) Ni. I^J, pt. "I.4:, 

to be poured out, to flow, 
to be stretched out. — Hi. 

i^^n, fut. "i^^l, 1411, to 

pour out, to pour down; 
to deliver up, to abandon. 

— Ho. pt. l^P to be 
poured out. 



m 



208 



I— T 



pt. ir^3, pi. D^tr^:, c. "'tt'^J, 

to press, urge, drive, 
exact; pt. driver, task- 
master, exactor. — Ni. b'^J 
to be pressed, harassed; 
to harass one another; to 
be tired out, wearied. 

^?J (n?i?&'s) inf. n;y"A, w.s. 
iW"^, imp. ^'^, -^}\ lir"^, 
fut. ^X^ to come near, to 
approach; to touch; to 
draw near; to stand back. 
— Ni. tr'a:, pt. rr'^J, to 
approach; to come near. — 

Hi. ti'^^n, imp. Htt^^ijn, fut. 

bring near, to present; to 
approach. — Bo. ti^'^Il, pt. 
^'^P, to be brought near, 
to be offered. — Hith. 
t2{"^J0n to draw near. 

1^ (ned) m heap, wall. 
iSi: (n^d*) Hi. fut. N"ll, 
to force away, to remove. 

yj'^ (nad^V)) fut. iv.s. iil?T, 
to incite, impel. — Hiih. 
^."HdiriD, to impel oneself, 
to be willing, to do or 
give freely. 

•^Jt ("5^5'b) pr.n.m. 

willingness; free-will gift; 



plenty; •^,5']^!? spontane- 
ously, voluntarily, freely. 
n^IllJ (n'd$l?y5') pr.n.m. 

"11^ (n5d,Vd) fut. in?, Ij^ 
pt. inj, to flap the wings, 
to move about, to flee, to 
escape. — Po. ^lU to dis- 
appear, to fly away. — Hi. 
fut. w.s. i"-??, to chase, 
to scare away. — Ho. fut. 
l"n^, pt. 13 D, to be scared 
away; to be thrust away. 

— Hith. nniJ^n, fut. 

111:0: [or from' lU], to 
move to and fro; to flee, 
to lament. 

D^llD (n^dadi'm) mpl. 
tossing to and fro [sleep- 
lessness]. 

nij (n?[d5') Pi. .11 J, pt. 

nijp, pi. tv.s. q^njp, to 

remove, expel. 

niD (n?'d$) m liberal gift; 
a whore's wages. 

nT.i? (niddr) f c. ni:, re- 
moval, rejection, abomina- 
tion, impurity; incest. 

nl3 (nfd|L'(^) inf ni;, fut. 

ni\ to strike into; to 
thrust out, to expel. — A7. 

p(. ni:, w.s. "iniJ, pi 

be thrust out, expelled. 



nn: 



209 



banished; to be seduced; 
pt. a fugitive, an outcast. 
— Pu. pt. n^;t?, to be 
cast out. — Hi. T^'^'i'^ri, inf. 

n'']in, imp. tv.s. 'it3n"'"in, 

fnt. n''^!, n^l, to thrust 
out, drive out, expel, re- 
ject; to seduce, to bring 
down upou. — Ho. pt. 
mD to be frightened 
away. 
I'l'lJ (nadl'b) adj., c 1^^, 

willing, prompt, generous, 
liberal; suhst. a noble, 
prince, tyrant. 

nobility, honour; noble or 
generous dealing. 

in^ (nfda'n) w, w.S. •^,^'^j', 

pi Din;, sheath [of a 
sword]; liberal gift. 
^} (nad^'f) fut. ?1T, 51""^;:, 
w.S. ^?"nn, to disperse, to 
drive away, to expel, to 
beat.— M. 5]mJ, inf. ^I^^m, 
pt. f])13, to be scattered, 
to be driven about. 

nnj (nfd^L'r) inf. Il^ , imp. 

pi. ni:, /»«. n^?, i"ni, p«. 
inj, to vow. 

"in? (ne'der), "l!]J (ne'dgr) wi, 
Hebrew-Euglish. 



■'in;, a vow, vowed sacri- 
fice. 

nil (np'ah) 7?i splendour, 
eminence. 

^n2i (n?h$'^) iJu/>. ^n^, /«/. 
in;:, i>^. -snj, pi. b^^in;, 

to drive on, to drive for- 
ward, to lead away, to 
carry away, to act. — Pi. 
jn;, fut. IjJ^, to drive, to 
lead, to carry off; to sigh, 
to lament. 
^l}\ (n5hf') imp. nii; , to 
wail, lament, mourn. — Ni. 
fut. nni% to assemble 
[others: to lament]. 

lament, wail. 

/Ij5 (n^hEl'l) Pi. ^H:?, Ai«. 
?n^1, i?«- '^/'iliP, to con- 
duct, lead; to provide for, 
to protect. — Hith. fut. 
/fl^O?, to walk on. 

b,^ni (nrMal), 'pl^DP.Mna'- 
haip'l) pr.n. of a toAvn in 
Zebulon. 



t^'bn:' 



(n^L'haip'i) ?>i pasture. 



Dp J (n^h^'m) /"ui. Dn;i, to 
gnarl, to growl; to roar. 

Dn? (nSl'ham) m a growling, 
roaring. 

HDH-D (n%5rar) /, c. n,^g:, 
tlie same as Dmj.. 

14 



pm 



110 



no 



PPJ (n|ih?L'k) fut. p.rj^V, to 

bray; to cry wildly. 
*inj (n^h^'r) /»«. "im>, to 

flow, to run; to crowd to; 

to shine, to be cheerful. 
*in^ (ngh^'r) «i, c. inj, (fi/. 

D:inp_, pi Dnnj " and 

nlin;, c. \nn;., ' river 

stream, current; the Eu- 
phrates, the Nile; DlhJ 
2?|inJ_ Mesopotamia, 
nnnj (ni=h5rr) / light, day- 
light. 

><1^ (nv) fut. pi i^xor;i, to 

avert, hinder. — Hi. ^<]^n, 
fut. •;:) [for N^J;], to avert, 
hinder; to refuse, to 
frustrate. 

ni:* {m\) fut. 2^1 to bud, 
sprout, grow, thrive; to 
utter, to speak. — Pil fut. 
D^iJ) to cause to sprout, 
to produce. 

ni:i, 2^:' see nv. 

11:1 (nud) pf n:, iJ, tv. 

and imp. 11 J, /m«. liJI^, pt. 
1J, to move to and fro, 
to shake, to nod; to rove 
about, to wander, to flee; 
to lament, deplore, pity, 
condole. — Hi. T'Jn, inf. 
I^jn, fut. I^r, to cause 
to wander, to scare away ; 



to nod, to shake. — Ho. 

pt. TO see 114. — Hith. 
IllJ^n see 11:. 

IIJ (nod) HI, ii'.s. ^1j, a 

wandering about. 
11-* (nod) pr.n. of a country 
cast of Eden. 
J~J (npd^'b) pr.n.vi. 

HJ^* (n^vr) fut. n);:, to 

dwell, abide, rest. 

HP/ (n5v5') 7//. /■««. ni;i, 
to praise, extol. 

HK' (n5v5') /, c. ny, p/. 

c nil the same as mp. 

HP/ (n5vr) a^i-, / n)j. c. 

ni^, dwelling, abiding; 
comely, beautiful, lovely; 
n;'3 ni; the mistress 
[honour or inhabitant] of 
the house. 

D^^IJ, c. "jy, dwelling-place, 
habitation; pasture. 
TO* (nund^) p/. m, nij^ 
ni/. nlj , nj , imp. nip , /««. 

nir, nri_, to settle down, 
to rest, to lie down, to 
dwell; to be silent. — Hi. 

n^jn, n^3n [npn], inf n>:n, 
imp. mr^, mn, nn^'^n, 
M n;j;,'n;:i, miir^)/. 

n^jp, to set or lay down, 
to lead to rest, to give 



ni^ 



211 



n^ij 



rest, to leave in quiet; to 
leave, to let remain; to 
permit, to place or put. 
to cast down. — Ho. nJiH 
and n^l'n, pt. rijp, to be 
set down or placed, to be 
left, to be brought to rest. 

ni!l (nu'a^), niJJ (no'a^) m 

rest, quiet, resting-place. 
I in U (no^g;') pr.n.m. 
tO^J (nut) fut. ttir, to quake. 
r\])2 (n^Y5yo'^) = nVl pr.n., 

dwelling of a prophetic 

school. 

D1^ (nvm) pf. □:, fut. nm 

to slumber, to fall asleep. 
riDID (nyma') / slumber, 
drowsiness. 

y^y (nvn) Ni.fut.]^) OT Hi 

fut. I^J^, to sprout, to 
spread. 

"J (nyn) pr.n.m. 

D*t:i (nuB) pf D:, inf Dl:, 
DU, imp. DU, ID J, fut. 
Dir, D^l (vayyrnQB), DJ^l, 
pt. DJ, pZ. D^p:, to flee, 
to move on quickly; to 
escape. — Pil. DDlJ to 
chase, to drive. — Hi. 

D^jn, inf D^jn, fut. D>j;, 

to put to flight; to rescue, 
to save. — Hitk. DDlJOn 
to betake oneself to flight. 



^V (nci'-')/>/. Vh *V. t^iJ, 

fpl. ni^J, to totter, quake, 
shake, reel; to move to 
and fro, to tremble; to 
wave about, to rove, to 
wander. — Ni. fut. V)^) 
to be shaken, to be sifted. 
— Hi. V^Jn , imp. iv.s. 

lDt^^:q, fut. TP,, v,P: pi. 

p^'^r, to shake, to drive, 
to move, to set in motion, 
to drive abroad, to disturb. 

' '.^ .'^ V (no"?idy5') pr.n.m. 
and /. 

'^^^ (nyf) Hi. ?l^Jn, inf 

w.s. "iS^JP, to cause to 
move, to shake, to swing, 
to wave, to move up and 
down; to wave [a sacri- 
fice], to dedicate; to 
sprinkle, to moisten. — Ho. 
?lpjn to be waved. — PH. 
fut. ^SiJ;, to beckon, to 
threaten. 

^ u (npf) m elevation, height. 

}'^^ (nuB) Hi. pf pi. rfJ-, 
fut. yN^^, to bloom, to 
blossom [see Y^l]. 

n^lJ (npBa') /wing, pinion. 
14=;: 



pu 



212 



^nj 



|<'i3 (nuk) Hi. fut. w.s. 

^n^^^T^l, to suckle,, see pJ^. 
t:^1^ (nc.g) fut. n^"^J^, to be 

ill, sick. 

HT; (n5z5') /•««. nr, r.\, ri, 

to spirt, to sprinkle. — Hi. 

nn, fid. nr , n , pt. ni^, 

to sprinkle; to cause tu 
start, to startle. 
i*'^'tJ (n^zi'd) m a cooked 
dish, mess. 
"1*|TJ (n^zl'r) m, c. "1^;, a 
separate, dedicated one; 
Nazarite; prince; the un- 
pruned vine. 

p/. Dy]J, to flow down, 
to run down; to overflow, 
to spread. — Hi. ^]]'r[ to 
cause to flow. 

DJj3. (nrzem) m, w.s. H^IJ, 
pZ.'o^pi;, c. ''PJJ ring [for 
the nose and ears]. 

pjp. (nc'zgk) wi loss, damage. 

llj (njziU'r) M". iy, t/?/. 
11^"^? M- 1."'.|^ to separate 
oneself; to abstain; to 
devote oneself. — Hi. l^iH, 
inf "l^iH, fut. "l^.il, ' to 
refrain, restrain; to con- 
secrate; to abstain. 
i.TJ (n?'zgr) ?», ws. i"]]J, 
consecration ; consecrated 



or unshorn head; diadem, 

crown. 
nj (n^'a^) pr.n.m., Noall. 
''JrHJ (niHt^br) pr.n.m. 

nnj (nf^5') iiap. nn;, to 

guide, to lead. — Hi. 

nn;n, m/. t^.^. qrii;^ [for 
cr'n^n^], fut. nr::, to 

guide, to lead. 

Cil u (n&^u'm) pr.n.m. 

Qii^tJ (nl^u'm) m, only pi. 
□"•pn^, consolation, com- 
fort, compassion. 
ilMJ (n^d^p'r) pr.n.m. 

of copper or bronze; stibst. 
copper. 

n?^n^ (n'^nr) /, only pi. 
n-fpv} [for n^n;], pipe, 

flute. 

n^nj (nF^I'r) m, ouly d//. 

, Q?,Tn;i, nostrils. 

-H (n^f^iU'l) tV- Vm, fut. 

^n^^ to seize, to take 
into possession ; to get, to 
inherit; to take or have 
for one's own ; to give in 
possession. — Pi. "TpJ, 
inf. bnj, to distribute, to 

allot. — Hi. 'r^nfi, inf 

pt. '?''n^^, to give in pos- 
session or inheritance. — 



^m 



Ho. VpJn to 1)6 made to 
possess. — Hith. hniT:^^ to 
possess for oneself. 

loc. n nl^m, j>i. D^,^n;, c. 
'hr\}_, du. '^fpjQ}-, trook. 

stream, torrent; valley, 
ravine, gorge. 

p?. I^l^n^, possession, 
property, inheritance. 

'.^"•^D,^ (n^'^'-iU'e'l) i?r.w. of 
a station in the desert. 

D/HD (ng'^ei^'m) pr.n.m. 

^DJ (na^a'm) A't. CH; , i.p. 

Dn^, in/", and tmp. Qnin, 

/««. Dni^, _p^ DHJ, to have 
compassion, to pity, to 
grieve, to be sorry; to 
comfort oneself; to feel 
repentance; to take ven- 
geance. — Pi. Q,D^5 inf. 
Dp J, imp. pi. i^P.-' ^"^• 
Cn^^, pt. Dnjp, to comfort, 
console, pity. — Pu. Dn^, 
fut. Qp^^, to be comforted. 
— Hith. qmr.n to feel 
compassion, repentance; to 
comfort oneself; to take 
revenge. 
^D,^ (n^'e^^m) pr.n.m. 
Dni) (no'^am) in repentance. 



213 W^,\ 

(IDnj (n^'^ira?') / consola- 
tion, comfort. 

n*'Pnl) (n^^^ray?') pr.n.m. 

Cpni see Dt?n. 

D^'pni (nlt^umi'm) see QipJ, 

^^nj see UnJ^f. 

VH (n*^a'B) pt. p. Y'^ni 
to press, to urge. 

"in J (na^^'r) Ni. pt. pi. 

D'ni'\;i., see nnn. 

nnD (n^'^^r) 7n a snorting. 

nnnp. (nr^^r?') / = ^ni 

"•^nil (n^'^ar^'y) pr.n.m.. 

tr^'n:, fut. ^''ni], pt. rmp. 

to practice sorcery, to give 
oracles, to divine, to fore- 
tell. 

t^'nj* (nail's) m, c. tyn;, 

pi. W'm:}, serpent, tlie 
constellation of the dragon. 
^J^4 (ii5^5's) pr.n.m. 

incantation, omen. 
pt^'Hj (nae|so'n) pr.n.m. 
n^np (n^e^5'se9-) / and m, 

dw. D."'n^n^. copper, bronze; 
fetter; [copper] money. 
Sri^n^ (n^^ustn') pr.n.f. 

(n^usta'n) adj. 



m 



214 



m^r 



made of copper; the bronze 
serpent made by Moses. 

to descend, to come down, 
to sink. — Ni. nnj to 
rome down on. — Pi. 
I^nJ, imp. nnj, to press 
down, to bend [a bow], 
to level [or to water]. — 
Bi. ivip. riniT to cause to 
come down. 

*^n? (nCi'd^Ci^) m a coming- 
down, descent, rest, repose, 
ease. 

*^n5* ('4'^$0-) pr.n.m. 
^K (»5c^?'0-) adj., only pi 
DTTl^, descending. 

rin^ see nm and nnn. 

np3 (u5t5') inf. n'tpj, imp. 

/ n;^iD;, ^z. ni;iio;, to 

stretch, to extend; to 
stretch out, to spread out; 
to bend, to bow down, to 
decline; to turn aside. — 

M. nt^j, fut. rr^j], to be 

stretched, extended. — Hi. 

n;sn, inf. m'tsn, imp. njin, 
t:n, fut. nt^:, t:^i, pt. nb^,' 

pi. D^pt?, to stretch out, 
to 8i)read ont, to reach; 
to bow down, to incline: 



to turn aside, to avert, to 
turn away; to bend. 

^''PJ Mil) adj., only pi. 
c. "".^^P^, bearing, laden. 

T]P^ (n^tfa') m, only pi. 
D^!;t:;, a plant. 

nS^tp: (n^tlf<v') /, only pi. 

r.lD^p;, pendant for tlie ear. 
ntf'^p: (a^^tls?') /, only pi 

n^'''pjl, tendril, twig. 

^PJ (n5tri) /■«<• bp\ pt. 
VplJ, to lift up, to raise. 
— Pi. fut. b}^^] to take up. 

^P,? (n?'t^i) ni load, burden. 

imp. V}^h fid. V*^], pt. ytiv, 
IV. inter)'. H yt^jH, to set 
in, to plant; to set up, to 
establish. — Ni. V*^^ to be 
planted. 

yp^. (ng'tr) m, i.p. vt:j, c. 
y;^^, n'.^'. *ypj, pi. Q'.vtp^, 

c. "'.V.P^, the planting, 
plantation, plant. 

DTOp see y^ip^. 

^PJ (nrit^f) M ni^', to 
drop, to drip, to flow. — 

m. P]^Lrn, fut. p]^p:, pt. 

n\^^> to cause to drip; 
to speak, preach, prophesy. 



HDb; 



215 



^?r^ 



drop , aromatic resin 
[myrrh]. 
nSb: (n^tofr) pr.n. of a 
town near Bethlehem; 
gent, '•nsltpf 

"IJ^J {nm'v) fut. ib^ ib;^, 

to keep, to guard, to 
watch. 

t^*P5 (n^ta's) fut. ^'^\, pt. 

p. Vroj, pi. D^tr'^tD;, / 

n^ro^, to stretch, to ex- 
tend, to spread; to scatter; 
to reject, to leave, to 
give lip, to remit, to 
allow; to draw [a sword]. 
to brandish. — Ni. ^}=^, 
fut. t^'jP.^), to he spread 
out, to he dispersed, to he 
loosened. — Pu. ti^'.tSJ to 
he left, forsaken. 
"•^ (nl) m wailing, lament. 

^^? (nib) m fruit, produce; 
speech [praise]. 

,■5 •? (nfba'y) pr.n.m. 

T*-? (ujd) m consolation, 

comfort, 
nn*^^ (nid5') f abomination; 

others : banishment. 

ni;*: see n;].^ 

pi. D''nrPJ, rest, pleasant- 



ly'? (nlu) m, iv.s. ••r:, off- 
spring, descendant. 

•jj.f V (nja'v?') pr.n. of a 
city in Assyria, Nineveh. 

D^2l (n|6) m a fugitive. 

]0^^ (nm'n) m the first 
month of the Hebrew year. 

jl^ V (nlBo'ii) in spark. 

I ''J (ner) m light, lamp. 
1^-?* (nir) imp. pi. m, to 

make arable, to plough. 
T*;^ (nir) = M 

IV (nir) tn newly broken 
land, land made arable. 

DJ? see HT. 

T]? see HDJ Hi. 

N^J* (nac^r) Ni. N^J, pi. 
*N?J, to be beaten. 

^^,5J (nacf)^') and N2J (u5c^?'), 
adj., pi. D'N*?;, / mND;, 
beaten, afflicted, grieved. 

HiSb^ (n^o'O-) f powdered 
spice, an aromatic gum 
[tragacanth] for censing. 

Tp^ (n^c^ed) HI, w.s. """D.^, 
progeny. 

HD^ (n5c$5') A'i- HD^ to be 
beaten, slain. — Pi. inf. 
npJ see Hi. fut. — Pu. 
riDJ to be beaten. — Hi. 

nsn, inf r.^.':^, nipn, imp. 



m 



216 



nDJ 



□\!;*jD. to beat, strike, 
smite, hit, hurt, wound, 
kill, slay, pierce; to rout, 
defeat, conquer. — iTo. H^H, 

HD^n, fut. HD^ pt. riDip, 

c.'"n5P, p?- D'pp, to be 

beaten, hit, punished, 

killed. 
riDJ (ngc^y') adj., c n?^, 

smitteu, afflicted, 
i^,?? (ntc^^') m, only pZ. 0"*^:, 

slanderer. 
nDjj IJJ (n"^'d^p') pr.n.m. 

*]1^^ (njc^p'n) m tlirashiug- 

floor [jjr.n.]. 
njJ (n5rf)p'a^) adj., w.s. 

inb;, p^. D^nb;, /nnb^, 

pi. ninbjl, lying ahead, 
straight on; right, righ- 
teous; subst. right, justice, 
righteousness. 

the front; prep, before, iu 
presence of, over against, 
straight ahead. 

nDJ (np'c^^ic^) --^-. npj. 

-,?^ (n5ct),Vl) jyt. bpi:, to 

deal deceitfully, to deceive. 
— Pi. /,5J same as Qal. — 
Jfith. ',510n to show one- 
self cunning, deceitful. 



^r}. (n?'c^^l) "I, only pi. c. 
■»]?.5J, cunning, deceit. 

DD^ (n^'cfifjB) m, only pi. 
D"'pD^, riches, wealth. 

1=^ (u5c^J'r) A7. "12J, ^^ 
"1D3\ to feign, to dis- 
semble, to make oneself 
unknown; to be recognised, 
known. — Pi. 1DJ, fut. 
152], to find strange, not 
to know; to disdain, to 
deny, to reject. — //t.1"'pn, 

?»/". "i'.?n, -i^n, ""iD.n, imp. 
■iD.n, fut. i^Di, i?:i, pt. 

*l"'^5^, to find out, to re- 
cognise, to regard, to ob- 
serve, to perceive, to 
understand; to honour. — 
llith. 15J0n to feign, to 
dissemble ; to be recognised. 
1?? (n?ci^?L'r) ?n, c 1,2;?, 
strangeness; strange, for- 
eign land. 

^?,^. (ng'c^^r) m and "IDJ 
(np'd^^r) m uiisfortuue, ca- 
lamity. 

n?J (nod;.-!') adl, pi. Dn?^, 
/nnp:,^Lnlnpj, strange, 
foreign, alien, unknown. 

rib: (n^c^D'a-) f W.S. r^r^^] 

[for ir^b;], only in 
rpj"n^3 treasure -lionsc, 
store-house. 



n,^^ 



217 



m 



n^J (nW) Hi. ^ inf. w.s. 

ri:fp^^ [for ri^''1'f"^?], to 

bring to an end. 

nnpi (n'niibzg') adj. = 
n;|.?J contemptible, vile. 
''fl^^'^V (n'mu'?'l) pr.n.m. 
H^D: (u^m5l5') /: pi '^''^^), 

an ant. 

"^PJ (n5m§,'r) see IID. 

^PJ (name'r) m, pi. ^'''^.^}, 
leopard, panther. 

' jirr* (nimro'd) pr.n.m.', 
'J "fix Babylonia. 

nnpp (nlmrs') and Dnp: 
(uimri'm) pr.n. of a place. 

fr Pr* (nimsr) pr.n.m. 
02 (nefi) ni, tt/.s. ^DJ, pole, 
sign, standard, banner, 
signal. 

n2p^ (n'filbbr) / turn, 
course. 

^PJ see :i^D. 

^0^ (n?6a') Pi. HDJ, inf. 

nipj, nbj, t»ip. DJ, fut. 

^,?^:: i?«- •^.?^?, to try, to 
put to the proof, to tempt, 
to attempt. 

np^ = Nb^;, see N,trj. 

^PJ (n?B^'^) /•«(;. n?:, to 
pull out, to root out, to expel, 
to banish; to pull down. — 



Ni. HDJ, fut. nD\ to be 
driven out. 

pi. c. •'D^p;, w.s. itDD^p;, 

libation, drink-offering; a 
cast image; prince, ruler. 

"^P^* (nprc^) infTit^, fut. 
T]D^, Tjb^, to pour out 
[libations]; to cast [metals]; 
to appoint, to consecrate. 

— Ni. *BJ to be appointed. 

— Pi. fut. *BJ^ to pour 
out. — ^t. ?]^Dn, inf TiDn^ 

T.s-n, fut. ?]^p:, TjDni to 

pour out [as a libation]. 

— ffo. fut. T^Dl to be 
poured out. 

'^^^^ (nafi^'c^) pt.pfnp^.Di 
to knot, weave; to cover, 
to veil. 

m;.5. ''pp:, pi. D^pp;, c. 

■•Dp;, a pouring out, liba- 
tion, drink-offering; a 
molten image. 

IPp; see ]JQp. 
Dpy (naB^fi) pt. DD3, to 
be sick. 

P?^^ (np^B) Hith. qpUnn, 

to lift oneself up, to be- 
come conspicuous [or to 
collect round a standard]. 

VO^ (nur) inf ylc^. yb;, 



po; 218 

yo, lyp', /««. yp:, to pull 

up, to tear out [tent- 
pins. &c.], to break up [a 
tent], to move on, to re- 
move, to migrate. — Ni. 
VBJ to be torn away. — 
j'lL y^EH, fut. Tpl, y.El, pt. 
V^E^, to cause to break 
up, to lead forth; to re- 
move; to quarry stones. 

PPJ imH'k) fid. pD% to 
rise, to ascend. 

^"]Dj (nlBro'd^) prn. of an 
Assyrian idol. 

n!S^J (nc'5') 2)rn. of a place 
in Zebulon. 

Mi/J (do'?') pr.n.f. 

ni")^yj [n'\xvo'^) fipl. and 
D''1iy^ (a^'yifm) wi/pZ. youth, 
childhood, boyhood. 

^^ Vr (n'Tfl) prn.vi. 

oy^ (nrrm) adj., c. ny,:, 
pi. D^p^v;), / HD^v;, pi. 

nlrp^y;, lovely, sweet, 
pleasant, agreeable. 
^,^r (°5%V1) inf. b']ll ful. 

nl^V^, to bolt, to bar, to 
lock up. 
^.^5* (nr?i'l) [rf^nom. of H'P.], 
/•»(«. ?y^\ to shoe. — Hi. 
■^^Wn to shoe. 



1^4 



^^5 (n&"$l) m, xv.s. ^)yj, 
ciw. Q^IZyJ, a shoe, sandal. 

□ Y^^ to be lovely, gracious, 
charming, pleasant, mild, 
sweet. 

^V}. (n§,"$m) pr.n.m. 

^V^ (no"$m) VI loveliness, 
pleasantness, charm; kind- 
ness, favour. 

' ',?^*,?. (n,l"am5') pr.n.f. ; pr.n. 
of towns, gent. \J?9y,^. 
P>.,'^ (iiQ"orar) pr.n.f. 

j[^>^ (ni]l"ain5'n) «<(/. lovely, 

pleasant; pi. D^^pyj love- 
liness, delight. 
]|9i^,^ (na"«mg'n) pr.n.m. 

D"'iiliyp., thorn-bush, thorn- 
hedge. 

^Jl5 (ii5*$'r) to growl, to 
roar. 

1?r ("5*$'r) pt. 1V:, |)<.jt). 
"liVJ, to shake, to stir; to 
shake out. — Ni. 1V^^, 
fut. iy^^, to shake oneself 
free from, to get rid of; 
to be shaken off. — Pi. 
"l,y:, fut. T;4^, to shake, 
push, drive away. — Hith. 
"liVl^rn to shake oneself 
from. 



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b^} 



pi. Dnt;;, c. nyp_, child, 

boy, youth; servant; male; 
maid, girl. 

"1^3* (n^"$r) m scattered, 
straying sheep. 

^V} (no"$r) m boyhood, 
youth. 

pi nny;, c. nnj;.i, girl, 

maid, young woman, 
servant. 
i' jy,'^ (na'ar?') pr.n.f. ; pr.n. 
of a place in Ephraim. 

"'7^?. (n^"ara'y); Tl^lV] 
(n^'^ryo^') pr.n.m. 

riX'3 (u^'o'rg^) / tow, re- 
fuse. 

^^ (npf) pr.n. = ^b Memphis. 

^2)J (ne'fg^) pr.n.m. 

nSJ* (naff') /, c. rs:, sieve. 

nSJ" [nm') U c. TDJ, pZ. 
nlD^, elevation, height, hill. 

D^p^S? (n^fafil'm) pr.n.m. 

nS3 (nafU'^) t/j/. rnS, fut. 
HB^ 2>«. DDJ, pi. p. n-iSJ, 
to blow, to breathe; to 
blow on, up, away; to 
exhale, to breathe one's 



last. — Pu. ns^ to be 

blown up [a fire]. — Hi. 

n"'£n to cause to breathe 

one's last; to despise, to 

contemn. 
HD^ (np'f$^) pr.n. of a town 

in Moab. 
7^£lJ (nffi'l) m, only pi. 

D^?^D;i, D^,?s;, giant. 

t^^PJ (nffi's) pr.n.m. 

?jS3 (no'fgd^) in a precious 
stone, ruby, carbuncle or 
garnet. 

^5? (nff^'l) in/". ^S^, W.S. 

1%: (nQfip'), i'^?J, M ^b:, 
_pV?D3, /•nj?;, to fall, 
to fall down, to be pro- 
strate, to drop ; to be born ; 
to fall out, to happen, to 
turn out; to fall away, to 
sink; to be overthrown, 
to decay; to settle down, 
to abide. — Hi. ^^,?n, inf. 

pt. ^\B^, to make fall, to 
cause to fall, to throw 
down, to fell, to make the 
face fall; to lay down, to 
desist. — HUh. ^SJ^H to 
cast oneself down; to fall 
upon, to attack. — Pil. 
bt^) to fall. 



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^5^. (nrf^i), Vdj (nrf^l) m 
untimely birth, abortion. 

y53 (nrifd'B) iu/. \nD:, pt. 
p. Y*^^, to be dispersed; 
tr. to scatter, smasli, dash 
to pieces. — Pi. y^.^, fut. 
\^1\ to break or dash to 
pieces, to shatter, to 
scatter. — Ph. pt. ys^t? 
to be broken, scattered. 

y£)!l (ng'f^B) VI shower of 
rain, tempest. 

yS5 (n&pp?'B) m dispersion. 

1^2^ (n^f^s) Ni. ^'b;^ fut. 
ti'^Sj^, to take breath; to 
be refreshed. 

t^'s: (nrfgs) A W.S. '}^'^i, 

pi.'nitf^'S;, c. n-itt''?:, breath, 
respiration, life; soul, 
spirit, mind; living being, 
creature, a person, self. 

riS^ (nrf^O-) / height, hill. 

nSJ (np'f^O-) m liquid honey. 

7^I1S3 (u$ftu'l) m, only ;)Z. 
D"'^'7in?)J, wrestling, fight. 

DTiri53 (nCiftOetjI'm) pr.n. 
the people of middle Egj^pt. 

yriD5 (njftfir) pr.n.m. 

y? (ikB)}??, iv.s.n^J. blossom, 
flower; hawk. 

K^J (n^Ba') inf. N^J, to 
fly, to fly away. 



n^J (n$B^'b) = 2^1, Ni. 

3;^;, pt. 3;^J, f^y^h f 

T\Zf^l , to be set up, to l)e 
stationed, to station one- 
self, to stand; to be firm 
or healthy. — Hi. 2^4."!, 
inf. 3\>in, imp. f ''2\>*ri, 

fut. n\ii, n^i, pt. 3\v», 

to set, to place, to erect, 
to establish. — Ho. 3^n, 
pt. 3*^p, to be placed. — 

Hith. nv::nn see n^;. 

^^? (nlBBri'V) w handle, 
haft; prefect, superior. 

TCI} (U9B5') fut. nr, to 

flee; to be waste, to be 
desolate. — Ni. fut. ^^\\, 
pt. n^J, pi. Dy^J, to quarrel, 
to strive; to be wasted, 
destroyed. — Hi. Hjin, inf. 
IV. s. 1n''>*n, to quarrel, to 
strife, to war. 

Tp^ (npBr) / filth, ex- 
crements [in the crop]. 

H"^^ (nIBB5') f blossom, 
flower. 

nn*i^:D [ivam') f watch, 

guard. 
D^'ll^P (n^Burl'm) vijpl. and 

Hn^i;; (n-Borp'o-) //'/. 

guarded, secret places. 



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n^J (n^Br^) Pi. n^J, inf. 
n,i?J, pi. HiJjp, to excel, 
to be superior; to super- 
intend, to be chief; pt. 
music-master, precentor. — 
Ni. pt. f rriiJ, to endure, 
to last. 

n^^;i. (n$'B$ei)), n^: (nc'Bg^) 

m, w.s. ''H^:, -pi. D'^n^;, 

splendour, glor}'', tmtb, 
power, firmness, confidence, 
duration, perpetuity; adv. 
and n'iJ'?, niJ"ll? always, 
for ever, till eternity. 

l*'^3^(n^Brb)m, pz. D^n^^;, 

c. ^i5''^^5 prefect, superior; 
military post ; pillar, 
column. 

i**^^* (u^BI'b) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

H^aJ (n^Bi'a^) pr.n.m. 
"I'l^j (n^BI'r) see n^y-q. 

b'^^ (n?[Ba'l) Ni. h%i, inf. 
hi^n, fid. h"^^,, to be 
drawn out, to be delivered, 
saved; to free oneself. — 
Pi. h'^:).^ fut. b^l], to rob, 
to plunder; to deliver, to 
save. — Hi. ^''.V*, inf. "^^n, 

'p^.^n, imp.^ ^,:^n, fut b');:, 

^,^2, pt. b';$^, to tear 
apart, to pull away, to 
snatch, to rob; to with- 



draw, escape; to deliver, 
to save , ^ to free. — Ho. 

b^n, pt. b-^p, to be drawn 
out, to be snatched out of. 

— Hith. b)i::}r\ to strip 

or put off [a garment]. 
y^^ (niBBru) m flower, 

blossom. 
Y^} (naB?l'B) pt. yp, to 

glitter, to sparkle. — Hi. 

see Yi<y Hi. 

1,^^ (naBa'r) imp. T^^, "1"!^, 

nT;ij, fut. "1^% Ti:;^ pt. 

rh, /HT^j, pt. p. ^m 

f T\yc^). to observe, be- 
hold; to watch, guard, 
inspect , keep , preserve, 
protect; to hide; to besiege. 

I^p (ne'Bgr) m sprout, shoot, 
descendant. 

TCll see n^;. 

np.: (nikab) inf ip^J, ^pj, 
imp. i^,^!?^ (nykba'), fut. 

^?'.^ ^1?^% Vi- 2p.^, P*- P' 
Zlp^:, pi. c. ^y^^), to bore, 
to pierce, to hollow out; 
to mark, to distinguish, 
to fix; to curse, to 
blaspheme. — Ni. '2'^,) to 
be marked, to be called 
by name. 
^i?i?.* (ne'l'eb) m a bezel for 
precious stones. 



^i^i?' (nrlcgl?) pr.n. of a 
town in Naphtali. 

nip^ (n'kcb?') / a female 
[of men and beasts], 

IpJ (n5ko'd) adj., pi D>nj^^, 

fipi. nn;^:! , spotted, 

speckled. 

ipJ (nokf'd) m shepherd. 

a stud [of silver]. 

"•j^J (uak5') Ni. nj^j, tm/). 
^iP^n, fut. nj5i^ to he 
pure, guiltless, free from 
punishment; to he free, 
empty, evacuated, de- 
stroyed. — Pi. rtj?;, inf. 
^^.1, fut nj^j;, to declare 
innocent, to let go un- 
punished, to acquit; to 
cleanse by punishment. 

"l^p^ (ulkkv'd) w, only pi 
2^1?^, crumb, crust; a 
kind of cake. 

^n T ? (n^kpdg') pr.n.m. 

'^pJi see t:ip. 

T? (n5kr) caij., c. >p.;, pi 
D^^p;, D^p;, pure, innocent, 
guiltless, free, quit. 

Vl')!^^ (nikkyyo'n) m, <j. "jl^pJ, 

purity, innocence; bareness. 



52 m 

P^PJ (nski'k) wi, ;>;. c. 

. ''p.''p^, cleft, crevice. 

^p;^ (n5kri) see ^,^p iVt. 

Cp^ (ngk$'m) in/. Dp^, Dp;, 
fut. Qp^J3^ Dpi, to avenge, 
to punish, to take ven- 
geance, to revenge on. — 
Ni. Dp.:, inf Dpil, fid. 
Cp.^^ to take revenge, to 
avenge oneself; to be 
avenged, punished. — Pi. 
Dp: to avenge. — Ho. fut. 
Qp.) to be avenged, 
punished. — Hith. Dp:rn 
to avenge oneself; to be 
revengeful. 

Dp^ (n5k5'm) m, c DpJ, 
revenge , vengeance , re- 
taliation, punishment. 

nppD (n^kanig') f, c. n»pj, 

pi riilpp;, vengeance, re- 
taliation, punishment; vin- 
dictiveness. 

>pj (ngkj") to turn away 
\lntr^. 

^p^* (inik^f) P/. f^pj, to 

cut down, to fell; to 
destroy. 

^i?-^'' (nXiitn) fut. ?]p;:, to 

go round, to move in a 
circle. — HI P]\?n, inf 
^P.D, imp. pi ^S^pn, fut. 

^'p.l, p«. ^'p^, to let. go 



w 



223 



m 



round, to make round, to 
surround, to draw arround. 

^j^j (no'kgf) m the shaking 
or beating off [fruits]. 

nSp^ (nlkp5') / rope [for a 
girdle]. 

nj^J (n^k^'r) inf. li|:5^ , fut. 
1'^\ to bore, pierce, hollow 
out. — Pi. Ip'J, fut. Ip^J^ 
the same as Qal. — • Pu. 
■l[^^ to be dug out. 

nnj3j (n^k5r?') /•, c. ni^j, 

pi. c rillpJ, a hole, cavern. 
trp.J (n?k|L's) ;?«. ^'0:, to 

snare, ensnare. — Ni. fut. 

ti'ip.^l to be snared, to be 

seduced. — Pi. fut. ^'^X 

to lay a snare. — Eith. pt. 

ti^"jj?.irp to lay a snare. 
"1J (n?r) «i, t(;.s. ''|1J, pi. 

nllJ, rii;?, light, lamp; 

prosperity, instniction. 

iJ (ner) pr.n.m. 
''i^lr? (nerga'l) pr.n. of an 

idol of the Cuthites, the 

planet Mars. 

'g'Bgr) pr.n.m. 
\^^ (nirgi'n) ?n whisperer. 

slanderer. 
*1*!^ (nerd) m, w.s. "'"[I'l'?, p^ 

DHIJ, nard, a fragrant 

grass. 



^^}. (n?'riyy5') pr.n.m. 
iSgO (n?B5') fH/. Xtf'J, Xl^:, 

nV;, ns^, nj<ii^, imp. 

si'," Xbg [nD^l], ^K'f , ^ii.^^ 
fut. N^^, p«. Ki/*.i, pi. 

Nti^;, '•'■ibr^;, ;?z. D''Nt^J, to 

raise, to lift up [the 
countenance, the eyes, the 
voice, the soul]; to bear, 
to carry, to wear; to take, 
to take away; to accept, 
to be partial. — Ni. X'^J, 

imp. xtrin, fut. i<t:\\ pt. 

to be lifted up, to be 
raised; to be elevated, ex- 
tolled, exalted; to be 
borne, carried, taken away. 
— Pi. N^J, imp. i^^^l fut. 
'^'p.T.^-> to raise, lift up, 
ex^lt, heighten; to sup- 
port, help ; to carry off. — 
Hi. N"'_^'n to cause to 
bear; to apply to. — Hith. 

fut. '^m^\, J<,iri% pt. 

N^t£*JOP, to raise oneself, 
to be exalted, to be proud, 
haughty. 
^t^O (n5fi^'g) Hi. :i\t?^n, inf. 

y^n, fut. :i^;^:, :i,ti^:, pt. 

.Vji^^, to reach, catch, 
overtake; to attain to, to 



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224 



7tr': 



obtain, to acquire; to bring 
near. 

idol carried in procession. 

D"'Xbg, c. >S^r;, an ex- 
alted one, prince, king, 
chief; rising vapour, mist, 
cloud. 
Pf^5 (npj'k) Ni. p;2^J to 
be kindled. — Hi. 'p^t'T}^ 
fut. p"'fi'J, to kindle, to set 
on fire. 

to lend on usury; pt. 
money-lender, creditor. — 
Hi. fut. i<^}^l, to vex like 
a creditor. 

KCfO' (n5S$') tw/. i<^'^ see 
nir'J. — A't. K^'J 'to be 
deceived. — i^i. N'^t^'H, fut. 
N^tyj, NtS':, ^ti':, to lead 
astray, to mislead, to de- 
ceive, to seduce; to sur- 
prise, to oppress. 

Uti^J (ntis^'h) to breathe, to 

blow. — m. fut. a^tj^:, 

^j^li to cause to blow; to 
blow away. 
ntrj (nijSfi') iuf NCt*: [for 

.if J], pf. nt^j, pi. D^:, 

to neglect, to forget; to 
loan, to lend on usury; 



pt. usurer, creditor. — Ni. 
fut. nf'J> to be forgotten. 
— Pi.'rr^;, W.S. ^;,1^'J, to 
cause to forget. — Ui. 
n.t^'H, fut. n^:, to cause 
to forget; to lend to. 

' '.^^ (n5S$') m sinew, tendon 
in the thigh, hip-sinew. 

"•t^O (n'gr) m, tv.8. T];.:f'"J, debt. 

n^^^J (n'glyy?') / forgetful- 
ness, oblivion. 
n^p\ see nr"x. 
D^'^LTJ see D,^tr". 
^\\^^P} (n^sik5') / a kiss. 

pt. T]i:^*j, pi. j3. "if J, to 
bite, to vex, to inflict in- 
jury. — Pt. ?]f:, fut. 
"^f J), to bite, to sting. — 

Hi. ?]^fn, fut. "q^f:, pt. 

Tj^f'l^, to lend on usury; 
to impose tribute. 

"=1^*? (ng'sgd^) m interest, 
usury. 

cell, appartment. 

"^.^J (n$5J'l) imp. b\^, fut. 
fW\, to draw off, to pull 
off; to reject, cast out; 
intr. to fall off, to drop 

off. — Pi. fut. b^iiy^. to 

expel, to drive out. 



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225 



]P4 



D,^P (ngs^ra) fut. 1. 5^. 

□ t^'^, to breathe, to pant. 

j>^. nlD^';, breath, breath- 
ing, panting; breathing 
being, animal, living soul. 

^Wi (nisCi'f) to breathe, to 
blow. 

^^^. (ng'sfif) m a blowing, 
cooling; twilight, darkness. 

P^l (nasrk) m/- p^'l 

p,^^:, p«. p,I^':, to kiss; to 
be attached; to put on, 
to arm oneself. — Pi. inf. 
p*^'J, imp. pi. ipt^*J, fut. 
P0], to kiss. — Hi. p^tfi^n, 
pt. //pZ. nlp^^"^, to touch, 
to fit to one another. 
ptr.; (ne'sek), pt^;j (ne'sek) 
«i, f/). pI^J, armour, arms; 
armoury, arsenal. 

"l^i? (ng'ser) m, r.jo. 1^:, 
^.Z. a^y^f), c. n;f J, eagie, 
vulture, or other bird of 
prey. 

n^J (nasiL'5-) to be parched, 
to be dried up. — Ni. T'^^'J 
to be dried up, to be 
drained. 

\]K'^^ (nlst'vs'n) m letter, 
epistle [Persian]. 

Hebrew-English. 



nri: (n?o-9'^) Pi. nnj, fut. 

nn:), to cut in pieces [flcsh]. 

^'^lA (nr9-5c^) vi, pi. n^n^i 

a piece of flesh. 

-TJ (na^i'b) m, c. 2'r.l 
and nn^n^ (a^^Ib*') /, pi. 

D^a\n^, nn^n;, trodden 

way, path. 

I Pt (qs^Tii) m, only pi. 
D^JT^^, a dedicated one, 
servant of the tem.ple. 

"^P^ {n^H'd)) fut. T]n?, to 

be poured out, to flow 

out.— iVt. "nj, pt. /nDin:, 

to be poured out; to be 
melted, dissolved. — Hi. 

^^nn, inf T]>n^n, fut. Tj^n:, 

to pour out, to melt. — 
Ho. TlPil to be melted. 

nrnj,nrn[forn^r:],\v' 
W;, i^?4: l^^ ™, nn, 

^?J^^ /«<• IPo "if^^ pt. ipj, 
iniJ, p«. p. "(in:, to give, 

to hand over, to grant, to 
yield; to allow, permit; 
to put, place, establish, 
constitute; to make, render. 

— AV. 'jnJ, inf]nri, "jni-;, 
fut. "jni^ jyt. "jnj, to be 
given, to be given over, 
to be delivered; to be 
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22G 



nsp 



placed; to be reduced. — 

Ho. ip^l, fut. Ip:, to be 
given, put, placed.y 

^rjj (nyO-^i'n); "'N^pr; (n^O-Jnl'l); 

n;^n; (n-o-^nyr), in;-?n:! 

ni^'l^d^) pr.n.m. 
DpD (ng^^'fi) to tear up, to 

destroy. 
Vnj (n^a-^") M. V.IDJ to be 

broken out, to be crushed. 

yp? (nuo-^'B) /«^ y'p:, to 

pull down, to break down, 
to destroy; to knock out 
[teeth]. — Ni. "^HJ to be 
torn down, to be destroyed. 

— Pi- y^h /"««• YF^^], to 
break, to smash. — Ph. 
yr\) to be broken, smashed 
down. — Ho. fut. yp\l, to 
be broken up. 

ppj (nyO-^vk) fut. pr\], pt. 

p. piHJ, to tear away, to 
cut off; to castrate. — Ni. 
pnj, flit, pni^, to be torn 
or broken off; to be pulled, 
torn out; to be torn away, 



removed, — Hi. P^T^rij «"/• 
PV?'!'? to push away; to 
cut off. — Ho. pp^n to 
be driven away, to be re- 
moved. 

pr^,^. (ng'O-^k) »i scurf, scab; 
one affected with the 
mange. 

"iriy [uuH't] fut. ir\\ to 
be startled, to tremble. — 
Pi. inf. "in^ to spring, to 
leap. — Hi. "I'^Pn, imp. 
'^fi)'. fid. 1f?jl, to cause to 
tremble. 

*lp?* (n50-^'r) M. I^nn, fut. 

T'n^, to loose, to untie, to 

set free. 
nri^ (nr9-ijr) m an alkaline 

salt, natron, potash. 
^?? (n50-,Vs) inf. t^'ln;, fxd. 

tt^in^, to tear out, to root 

out, to expel, to destroy. 

— Ni. tJ^'n:, fut. t^•pr, to 

be rooted out, to be 
destroyed; to be dried up. 

Ho. fut. tJ^n.;, to be rooted 
out. 



D the fifteenth letter of 
the alphabet, called *^D 
[support]; as a numeral 
- 60. 



njjp (fi«V) /, pi. D\:<P, du. 
D.''nsp, a measure for 
grain, one tliird of an 
Ephali, one thirtieth of a 



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Kor or Homer; HSIpSD? 

moderately. 
"Jli^P (fie'o'n) m shoe, boot; 

others: armour. 
"jKC) (b^'^'u) [denom. of 

"jISp], pt. ]i<t, to put on 

[shoes], to be shod; to 

equip oneself. 

riKpSp = ns;p nj<p. see 
nsp. 

d"n;59, i>«- p. ^'^?°, to 

drink, to quaff, to tipple; 
to be drank. 

D^X3D, drunkard. 
i^IIp (Bo'be) w drink, wine; 

carousal. 
><!2p (B'^ba) pr.n. of a SOU 

of Cush, and a people in 

Ethiopia [Meroe]. 

nnp (Bfb^'b) inf. 3b, abp, 
«np. 3b, /•«<«. nip;, pt. nnib, 

to go round, to go in a 
circle, to surround, to en- 
compass, to besiege; to 
go or turn about; to 
change; to bring about. — 
Ni. 2pl fut. 3B?, to turn 
oneself; to place oneself in 
a circle; to turn to, to 
turn about. — Pi. inf. HSD 



to change, to alter. — Po. 

nnlD, fut. nnlD^, nnb;, to 

go about; to encompass; 
to surround. — Hi. ^DH, 
inf. and imp. 2,pn, fut. 

npi, np;, pt. 2pt2, to 

cause to turn; to change; 
to transfer; to bring; to 
direct, to conduct, to lead 
about; to surround; to go 
about. — Ho. ^DiH, fu(. 

ncr, pt. npitD, fpi. niapp, 

nipplD, to be turned; to 
be turning, to revolve; to 
be surrounded; to be 
changed. 

nSp (Bibbs') / a turn, 
course; divine ordinance. 

n'lnD (Bsbi'b) m, c. n^3p, 
pi. Q^n^np, nin^np, circle, 

circuit; pZ. environs, neigh- 
bourhood; of<:?i'. round about. 

n^l^p see 2\np. 

■^J^? (fifbrcf)) pt. p. T]nD, 
to interweave, to fold to- 
gether. — Pii. fut. "3P], 
to be interwoven. 

T]J2p (6^b5'c6) m and TjlD 
(Be'b^c^) m, c '^,^P, pi c. 
^D^P, thicket, shrubbery. 

Tjllp (Bo'bgc^) m, w.s. 1220, 
1p5D, i. q- "^,qP. 

*'D3p (Blbb'c^a'y) pr.n.m. 
15=== 



^np 228 

^5P (Blib^'l) inf. ^iiP, fui. 

■^^D^ to bear, to suffer, 

to carry. — Pu. pt. ?3P^, 

to be pregnant. — Hith. 

'?3rpn, to be burdensome, 

to drag along [m^r.]. 
7!2p (B^ibbri) m bearer, 

porter. 
t'lip (BQ'b^i)m burden, charge. 
72b (fip'bdl) m, w.s. I^SP 

(Bybboip'), burden. 

n^?P (B^i?5l5') A only p?. c. 

n1p5P, bard labour, heavy 

task. 
npSp (6lbbo'l$9-) Ephraim- 

itic pronunciation of n^Zl^*. 
D^inip (elbr^'ylm) pr.n. of 

a town in Syria. 

snnp, nriip(6jbt5')p»'.n.m. 

of a eon of Cush, people 
in southern Arabia. 
KlDlIlp [Q^U^^t)pr.n.m. of a 
son of Cush, people east 
of the Persian gulf. 

^5p (fi^^^'d) fut. i^p^, li^p:, 

to bow down, to fall down, 
to adore [an idol]. 



-n: 



-ii:d 



'^•j 



m enclosure; 



= "IijD QHT gold kept in 
a treasury, fine gold; spoar 
or battle-axe. 

DV.D see :i''D. 



n??? (B^?yiir) / property, 

possession. 
l.r^P (B*55'n) »n, only pZ. 

D^^^P, prefect, governor, 

nobleman. 

1?P (fi5?i:t'r) inf. II^P, t,H/>. 
I^P, /-ui. Ijp^, p^ l^p, /• 
ril^D, pt. p. "livip, to sur- 
round, to enclose; to shut, 
to close, to shut up; DHJ 
I^^D solid, fine gold [see 
11:p]. — Ni. 14pj, fut. 
ip.B^, to be shut; to be 
shut up; to shut oneself 
in. — Pi. "|:.p, fut. yoi 
to deliver over, to give 
up. — Pu. "lilp, pt. f 
ni^pp, to be shut, to be 
barred. — Hi. T'^pn, inf 

"I'.^pn, fut. i^^p:,' i:p:, to 

shut up or in; to deliver 
over, to give up to, to 
abandon. 

"'"'"Ir^P (fi^grl'r) VI heavy 
rain, rain-gush. 

"^P iUd) m stocks [for the 

feet of a culprit]. 
X'^O (Bgdl'u) m, pi DV'^IP. 

linen garment, shirt. 
Dip (fl'dp'm) pr.n. of a town. 

Sodom. 

^7.? (BS'<Ji?r) m, only /*/. 
D^lip, order, rank, row. 



-inp 



229 



I^D 



inp (B0,'h§r) ni roundness. 

"inp (65'h$r) m tower, prison. 

SID (Bo) pr.n.m. of an 
Egyptian king, Sabaco or 
Setlios. 

.'ID* (ec.g) p/-. :ip, /»«. rio; 

pt. p. ^'0, to go back, to 
draw back; to bodge in. 

— Ni. JllDJ, fut. ^D], pt. 
pi. D^^ID^, to draw back, 
to retreat, to turn apostate. 

— Hi. Jl''f?n to put away or 
back, to remove. — Ho. 
^DH to be driven back, 
to be removed. 

^^D (Bv^) m dross, refuse. 

nj^D (Bu5§,'r) m prison, cage. 

T iD (Bod) m a sitting, ses- 
sion, consultation, talk, 
association, counsel, secret. 

niD (BodF); n^D (Bu'ae^) 
pr.n.m. 

nniD (Biie^a') / sweepings, 
filtb, dung. 
^P^D (Byta'y) pr.n.m. 
TJlD (Byc^) pf. -p, «V. "1°, 

fut. *iD; [Tjp^^ see TjD;], 
to pour out, to anoint; to 
anoint oneself. — Hi. *''pn, 
fut. ^P^X to anoint [one- 
self]. ' 



'["•It (fi'^?ii?') pr.n. of an 
Eg}^ptian town, Syene. 



D^D^ 



im) 



pi. D^iD, 



c. piD, horse, war-liorse. 



D^.D' 



(BuB) m swallow 



HD^D (ByB?') f a mare. 
P^D (ByBl') pr.n.m. 

5l^D*(Brif)p/-.?]p, A^i.ri'p;, 
to be at an end, to cease, 
vanish, perish. — Hi. ^""pij, 
fut. P)\p;, f]p;, to bring 
to an end, to destroy. 

*]'1D (BQf) m sea weed, reed, 
rushes, bulrushes; f]iD"D^ 
northwestern part of the 
Red Sea. 

^^D (Bijf) pr.n. of a place. 

^"iD (Bpf) m the end, the last. 

nSiD (BCifa) /, pZ. nlDID, 
tempest, hurricane, whirl- 
wind. 

1*D* (BCir) 2>/"- "Ip, tV-"l'iD, 
11D, mp. liD, /«<. Iip^, 
"Ipl^I, p^ "ip, to turn aside, 
to go away, to recede, to 
depart, to apostatise; to 
forsake; to pass away, 
cease; to turn to, to apply 
to, to approach, to turn 
in, to alight. — Pi. "lIlD 
tr. to turn aside, to per- 
vert.— //i. iprt. inf ip", 



11D 



230 



:i>D 



Tpn, imp.ip.r\, fut.^'pi, 
"ip;, id;;., pt. i\pd, to 

cause to turn away, to 
make depart or disappear, 
to put away, to take away, 
to remove; to cause to 
turn to, to let come to. — 
Ho. "ip^n, fut. "IDi% pt. 
IDiD, to be taken or 
carried away, to be re- 
moved. 
"11D* (BOr) adj., f n^lD, 
separated, removed, de- 
parted; infidel, rebellious; 
wild twig of a vine. 

"I^D (Bur) pr.n. of a gate 
of the temple. 

niD* (DC.9-) Hi. n^pn, n^pn, 
fut. n\p;, n-'p:,' np;;.,' to 

incite, to stimulate, to urge 
on, to persuade, to entice, 
to seduce. 

garment, clotliing. 

nhp, ^^ 2,uP^ to draw, 
drag, trail, pull; to tear 
to rags. 
nSnip (6'e()iib<r) /, only pi. 
niZinp, old, torn clothes, 
rags. 

nnp [nm) p%. nnp to 

wipe off, to sweep away. 



'•nCp (6^1') m sweepings, 
offscouriug. dirt. 

t^^TiD (Bjc^I's) m after- 
growth, what grows spon- 
taneously after reaping. 

5]np (Bs^^f) pL P]nb, to 

sweep or wash away. — 
A'i. f]np^ to be thrown 
down, to be prostrate. 

"inp (B^i^^'r) fid. ^np^, pt. 
nnb, yi. Dnqb, c. '^ys^, 

f rTinb, to go about, to 
roam about, to traverse 
[a land]; to go about as 
a trader; pt. trader, 
merchant, buyer, seller. — 
Pilp. "in"]!jP to palpitate, 
to throb. 

nnp (fia^5'r) w, c. "inp, 
trade, traffic; mart; gain. 

^Dp (B^'^^r) »«, w.s. n"^np, 

the same as inp. 

nnnp [u-^:^xt) t a shield. 

nnhp (fif^pr^') /• trade, 
traffic; merchants. 

nnnb (6Pd)$'r^x^-) / a kind 
of red or black marble: 
see also inp. 

t^P (6?t) w, only pi. D^pp, 
transgression, error, sin. 

^l**? (bIk) m, 7>Z. D^rp, re- 
fuse, offal, dross, base 
metal. 



l.V° 



^1 



•^,2? 



*[1^p (6iv5'n) pr.7i.vi., the 

third month of the HebreAv 

year [June and July]. 
^rr^p, ^jln^P (eldjo'n) jyr.n.m. 
PP (^lu) pr.7i. of a desert 

near Mount Sinai; pr.n. 

of a town in Egypt. 

Pelusium. 
^5.^p (fiinli'y) pr.n. of a 

mountain, Sinai. 
^2^0 (fiinf) pr.Ji.m. of a SOU 

of Canaan, and of a people 

near Lebanon. 
U'J'P (Bini'm) pr.n.m. pi.., 

a people in the far East, 

the Chinese; 'D y^H China. 
D^P (fiifi) m swallow [= 

Slp^p (Bl'B^r?') pr.n.vi. 

n^^p (ers') or i<nv:\p (er- 

'ah5') pr.n.m. 
"l^P* (Bir) m [and /■], pZ. 
nlTD, riTD, vessel, .pot, 
howl, kettle. 

TP^ (Bir) in, pZ. Dn^P, 
nlTD. thorns, briars; fish- 
hook. 

"^D (e^d^) lu mass of people, 
crowd. 

"^D (boc^) m, tf.5. I2p, nbp, 

hut, tent; covert, thicket. 

n3p (Bukka') /; c. r^p, pz. 



niDp, npp, booth, hut, 
arbour, tent, house, covert; 
nispn :in the feast of 
tabernacles. 
nl^p (Bukko'^) pr.n. of a 
station in Goshen; pt-.u. 
of towns in Gad. 

ri3^ ni^p (Bukkp'^ b^p'o-) 

2>r.n. of a Babylonian idol 
[or huts for worshipping it]. 

n^^P (6ikku'-9-) pr.7i. of a 
Babylonian deity. 

Q^,^?p (Bukklyyi'm) pr.n. of 
a people. Troglodytes in 
Ethiopia. 

"^PP imW^) fid. ?]!p;, pL 
T]Db, pZ. D^p?b, to cover, 
protect, shelter, hide; to 
plait, to interweave. — Hi. 

-pn, inf. T]cn, fui. -p;, 
T]p;;_, p«. -pa [for ripip], 

to cover, protect, shelter, 
surround, enclose, hedge 
in; Ivj.l *cn to cover 
one's feet, i. e. to ease one- 
self.— ifo. T|pin, fid. "p^_, 
to be covered. — Pxip. 
?]P5p to incite, to stir up. 

TjDD (BSd^e'c^) iu a sheltering 
roof or covering. 

nDlJp (B^c^^c^a') pr.n. of a 
place in Judah. 

^?D (Bsc^a'i) A'i. ^3pl to 



^.^9 



y^D 



act foolishly, wickedly. — 
Pi. imp. -^SQ, fid. bpD], 
to make foolish, to 
frustrate. — Hi. '^^ppn to 
commit folly, to act fool- 
ishly. 

pDD (fi5(^5'i) m foul, foolish. 

t'Dp {i>^'m) m folly. 

nit'Dp (Bid,ia'^.) / folly. 

']p.b,/-n;Db, to be familiar, 
to manage, to perform, to 
administer; to do useful 
service ; pt. keeper, steward, 
administrator. — Hi. "I^,?pn, 
inf. Ip.PD, to be familiar, 
to be accustomed. 

lj:p* (65rf)rn) Ni. fat. "jDD^ 

to be endang-ered, hurt. — 
Pu. pt. 12 erf to be im- 
poverished, to be poor. 
1DD* (B5(^^'r) A7. IDPJ, fut. 
"IDD^, to be shut, stopped. 
— Pi. 15P to deliver, to 
give up. 

1?P* [Hm'^) = "1.3'^. 
nDp (D^ichci'S') zr/. n^ppn, 

ii)ip. rSpn, to keep silence. 

l)askft. 

to be weighed. 



^.-^P (filll?^') pr.n. of a lo- 
cality [street or highway], 
or of a town near Jeru- 
salem. 

15? {HWA) Pi. fut. i^p;, 

to exult, to rejoice. 
"^^P (en^cl) pr.n.m. 

•^.tP (fills') to despise, to 
reject. — Pi. H^p same as 

qai. — Pu. fut. rbp\ to 

be weighed [see i^.^pPw.]. 
''^P (fip'15) w a musical 
term: pause, silence, inter- 
lude, elevation of the voice. 

^^p, S^^p, «^^p (fijiia-) 

pr.w.m. 

X^^^ (eciiio'n), "jl-^p (elllp'n) 
in thorn. 

^',cP (fiJia'S)) m/. n'^P, imp. 

pi. HTD. to forgive, pardon. 
— Ni. n!rPJ to be forgiven, 
pardoned. 

HvP (fiJlKa'd)) rt((;'. forgiving, 
gracious, merciful. 

VP.(C&Ui'y) pr.n.m. 

^TP^^ (C^lirfnv') / forgive- 
ness, pardon. 

n?rP (iSi^'^tri') pr.n. of a 
town in Bashan. 



p. p. f n?!*??, to heap 
up, to pile up, to cast up 
[earth for making a road], 

— P'dp. imp. tu.s. n<.P?Q, 
to extol, to esteem highly. 

— Hith. "P^ir.pn to resist 
like a barrier. 

n^T^D (fio'ina') / mound, 
wall, rampart. 

p^p (6ull5'm) m ladder, 
stairs. 

n^P^D (BalBilir) /•, only 
pi nl-'ppD, basket. 

^?,P* (Be'ir) m, i.p. y'^p, 

iv.s. W^D, pi. D7;^P, rock, 
cliff.' ' 

>'<D^ (Bg'ir) pr.n. of the 
chief-town in Idumea, 
Petra. 

p^Pp (fiai'5'm) m a kind of 
eatable winged locust. 

^?D (B5la'f) Pi. ^bp, fid. 

n.'^P^ to pervert, corrupt; 
to overthrow, destroy. 

5^/p (Bg'lgf) m perversity. 

p,2P (65l$'k) /-u^ 1. sg. pDi^ 
or p,Lpt>, to ascend. 

ri^p (BoleO-) / and m fine 
meal, flour. 

Qp (bH m, only pZ. D^pp, 
perfume, aromatics, spices. 



^23 n5?3p (B^mga'r n«bu') 
2)r.7i.m. 

"l^^P (B^m?da'r) m, i.^?. 
"I*DP, bud, blossom [of 
the vine]. 

=]|?7' (B5m$,'d)) imp. w.s. 
^j2^P (Dymc^e'nl), fut. ^bD\ 
pt. '"piD, pi. c. "'2^9,' pt. 
p. Tjitpp, to support, to 
lean, to press, to lie on, 
to lay hold of; to prop, 
to aid, to assist; to draw 
near. — Ni. "pPJ, fut. 
T)pp^, to be supported, to 
support oneself. — Pi. imp. 
!]pD to support, to refresh. 

''''',^7^9 (B^mad^ya'hCi) pr.n.m. 

^120 (Be'mel), ^OD (Be'mel) 

m, i.p. 7^,P, likeness, 
image, statue. 

^PP (Bam&'n) Ni. pt. ippj, 

to be marked, determined. 
npp (Bama'r) to bristle, to 

stand on end, to shudder. 

— Pi. fut. "Ipp^, to stand 

erect. 
"^!?? (Bfni£['r) adj. bristling. 
'^.'^^P (B%$'a') pr.n. of a 

town in Judah. 
tD^^^P (Banball^'t) pr.n.m. 
n^p (B^ng') m thorn-bush. 
nilp (Bg'n^) pr.n. of a rock. 



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234 



1?° 



nS'^l^P (B'no'g') pr.n.m. or /. 
115? (fi^uvc'r) m. only p/. 

bni.^D blindiics.s. 
^^nrup (6$nd)cri'b) pr.7i.vi. 

|D^p (u^nB^'ii) j», only p/. 
D"|jP^D, twig' of a palm-tree. 

n^ppp (fi§nB$nn?i') pr.n. of 

a town in Judali. 
"T'DJp (fi^npi'r) m fill [of a 

fish]. 
DD (Dp) m a moth. 
^pDp (Blfira^'y) pr.n.m. 

imp. nnVD (BQ"od5'), /«<<• 
n^P^, to support, to make 
firm, to assist, to help, to 
refresh. 

n^D (Brr) p<. f r^)ib, to 

rush forth. 

r!''DVP, twig, tender branch. 

^yo^ (Bri'f) m, c. P17P, 
;?;. D^Syp, tf. •'DVP, cleft, 
fissure. 

to cut off boughs. 
^}?0 (Bfff) adj., pi. D^pyp, 
wavering in opinion, 
doubter, sceptic. 

HDVp (B^-$ppr) /, ouiy p;. 

nl^i'p, twig, branch. 



nSVCp(fie'Ippr)/',pZ.D^2VP, 
divided opinion, division, 
party. 

"l^Lp (B^^'r) /»<^ ^2P^ p^ 
"l,Vb, / nnvb, to storm, 
rage, to be agitated. — At. 
fut. "^y.^l to be moved, to 
be restless. — Pi. fut. l.sg. 
1VDi< to toss about. — Pu. 
"i;^b, fut. I^b], to be 
whirled about. 

it'-^- 'l.l.V.p, storm, tempest, 
hurricane. 



p'- 


nl-)V9, 


c. ni>!p 


= 


^vp 








r,D' 


(B$f) m, i.p. F]D, 


P^. 


D^CP and 


rlED, basin, 


bowl 


. 






5^?' 


(B,1t) 


m, pZ. D'£P, 


threshold, ( 


mtrance. 




^D' 


(m) pi 


•.JMJi. 




1— T 


{Hi^'d) 


t«/-. "i?P, 1 


'mp. 


pl • 


1?P, 


fut. -bp:, 


pt. 



1SD, to lament, to mourn. 

— Ni. icp:, /-,<<. nsD:, to 

be lamented. 

nsp (65f$') t«/. i^ '?P, »»»/'• 
p^. ^sp, fut. n?p^ to 

take off, to shave; to 
destroy; intr. to perish; 
to add, to augment. — A'/. 



nep:, m nso:, p«. nep:, 

to be taken away, to be 
destroyed, to perisb; to be 
seized. — ^i. fid. HCpJl to 
collect, to heap up. 
nSp (65f|l'c^) im-p. w.s. 
^jnsp, to attach, to as- 
sociate. — At. nspj to 
attach oneself. — Bith. inf. 
nB.npn, to join ouesell 
to adhere to. 

nsp* {6m'^) Pi.pt. nBC^^, 

to pour out. — Pu. flit. 
nsp], to be poured out, 
to be prostrate. 

nnsD (6iLpp?i'^$o-) f scurf, 

scab. 
n''Sp (65fi'''^) m, c. D'SP, 
pi. D^n^SP, rain, flood; 
spontaneous growth. 

nj^Sp (B^fia?') / ship. 

I^SD (B^ppi'r) m, pi. D-^TED, 
sapphire. 

^Sp (fie'fgl) m bowl, dish, 
cup. 

*|Sp (e^fa'n) fut. ]zp], pt. 
p. "pDp, "]Dp, to cover, to 
roof, to overlay, to wain- 
scot; to preserve. 

"jSp (fijppu'n) m ceiling, 
Avainscoting. 

5]Sp (BafcVf) Hith. p^^inpn 



9 isp 

[d^nom. of ^P^], to stand 
at the threshold, to be a 
door-keeper. 

psp* (fi5f&'k) /u^ p2p:, to 

strike, thrust, slap; to 
clap [the hands]; to punish, 
to chastise; to fall into. 
pSp* (65fak) to overflow, 
to vomit. 

pSp (Be'felc) m, w.s. 1p?P, 
abundance. 

ISp (B5f&'r) inf itp, imp. 
IDP, /-u^ IBP:, ;;/. IDb, 
to WTite; pf. writer, scribe, 
secretary, chancellor; to 
number, to count, to tell, 
to measure. — Ni. "l^pJ, 
fut. "ISE^, to be numbered. 

— Pi. "ICP, inf. and iinp. 
1EP, fj. n,?p;, p«. IBD)?, 
to count; to tell, relate, 
narrate, to celebrate, make 
known, praise; to speak. 

— Pu. IBD, fut. 1£P^, to 
be told, recounted. 

"iSp (Be'f^r) m, iv.s. f]"19P, 
pi D^DP, c. \1?P'' a 
writing, letter, document, 
bill; book, book-roll. 

*15p (fi*f5'r) m a number- 
ing, census. 

ISp (B^fs'r) pr.w. of a town 
in Hadraraaut. 



Q?P 



W 



inSp (fiffjriU'd) pr.n. of a 
country near the Black- 
Sea [wrongly Spain]. 

nnSp (Bifr?') /• book or 
eniiraeration. 

niDp {QHm') /", only 2)Z. 
nll-P; numl)er, measure, 
limit. 

^?,ri?P (fi^f^rva'ylm) pr.n. 
of a town and district be- 
longing to Assyria. 

n*l2b (Bofg'rgO-) pr.n.m. 

t^i^D (Hkn) inf. h\J)q, imp. 
pi. ^?f?p, fut. b'l^Q], to 
stone, to cover witli stones. 
— Ni. fut. ^J?D: to be 
stoned. — Pi. '?i?.P, hnp- 
^iJ^.P, fut. ^i^P?, to stone, 
to pelt with stones; to 
free from stones. — Pu. 
^fJ? to be stoned to death. 

ID (ear) adj., /niD, ill- 
humoured, peeyish; re- 
bellious. 

^HD (65r5'b) adj., only pZ. 
D"'3'^D, rebellious; rebels 
[others: thorns]. 

j '-^ jQ (B$rgp'ii) pr.nm. 

Tip (D§'r^d) pr.n.m. 

nnp (fi5r5') / a turning 

away, apostasy; cessation, 

remission. 



nip {p\rt)pr.n. of a cistern. 
^'^P (BSriii'd)) /u^ nip:, pt. 

f r^D.^c, p^ ;>. niic, iwfr. 

to extend, to spread out; 
to overhang; to be luxuriant. 
— Ni. n|lPJ to be poured 
out, wasted [others: to be 
corrupt]. 

•^IP (fi?'r&^) m the over- 
hanging, superfluous part. 

*|inp (Biryrn) m, m;.s. IriP, 
j)/. Q^J''1P, coat of mail. 

Dnp (Dsiffi) m, c. Onp, 

pz. Q'p'iD: c '.pno, ^pn.p, 

a castrated one, eunuch; 
courtier, minister, chamber- 
lain. 

1")P (B^'rgn) m, pZ. D^J-JP, 
c. "jJIP. axle; prince [of 
the Philistines]. 

n?^"]? (B^r'ippr) / bough, 

branch. 
^np (BarSl'f) Pi. pt. fi:i.CP. 

to bum [a corpse]. 

ISnp (Blrp5'ci) VI a prickly 
plant, nettle. 

nnp (B5r,Vr) p^ IliD, pi. 
DnilD, /"n^llD, to be re- 
fractory, rebellious, to 
apostatise. 

*irip (b'O-5'v) m rainy season, 
winter. 



lino 



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^^4 



liriD (B^a-ij'r) pr.n.m. 

pt. p. Dnp, Dirip, to stop 

up, to close np; to keep 
secret, to conceal. — Ni. 
DFipJ, to be closed, filled 
up, repaired. — Pi. QPiP, 
fut. Crp^, to stop up. 
"irp (650-a r) M. IPPJ, /««. 

inp% ;>«. inpj, "to be 
bidden, concealed, not 
known; to hide, cover or 
protect oneself; to escape. 
— Pi. imp. f ''1I!lp, to 
hide, conceal. — Pu. pt. f 
n"]r}PP, to be bidden. — 

Hi. ' Tnpn, inf. inpn 
pnp^ 'for inpn^], \mp. 



"i,J:]pn, fut. i^np:, inpj, 

^«. Tpp», inP^", to hide, 
conceal, cover; to keep 
secret, to protect, shelter, 
save, pardon; to disregard, 
ignore; to cause to hide. 
— Hith. innpn to hide 
oneself, to disappear. 

irp (firmer) m, i.p. ino, 
w's. '';ir;ip, pi onnp^'a 

covering, veil; shelter, 
hiding place, protection; 
concealment, secrecy; a 
secret. 

n|irp (6|9Tii') f screen, 
protection. 

^"inp (fiiOrr) pr.n.m. 



V the sixteenth letter of 
the alphabet, called ]))l 
[eye]; as a numeral = 70. 

l^V*('5l>)m,c.n$?andnV, p?. 
D\n*^, nl^V, tf.'';?V, density, 
thicket; darkness, cloud. 

^^ C^b) «n a term of archi- 
tecture: threshold, pro- 
jecting step. 

^V ('pb) ««, only pi. D^3V 



D"75^ ('Qbd$'m), imp. 1'2V., 

pz." on^i':;, c. n^v, to 

work, to labour, to toil, 
to till, to plough ; to serve, 
to work as a slave; to 
worship. — Ni. '^^V.^., fut. 
"I!2y^\, to be cultivated; to 
be served or honoured. — 
Pu. HiV to be worked. — 

Hi. Ty^r], inf ^'2vri, fid. 



"I3V 



288 



^.3:^ 



TJIV;;., pt. "ipVO, to cause 
to work, to make weary, 
to fatigue; to enslave; to 
cause to worship. — Ho. 
fnt. n3V\ (yQ"ob5'd) to be 
made to serve. 

iny* c^b^d) m, i.p. nnv, 

^v.s. ^n?V, pi D^n^V,' c. 
^|7.?y, labourer, servant, 
slave, bondsman, subject; 
worshipper. 

I^V^ C^'bgd) pr.n.m. 

N'ln:^ ('§bdr); ^xi?^ 

('$bd'-'e'l) pr.n.m. 
D'"1X niy ('obe'd «dp'm); 
?]^b 15*^. ('rbed mri§*); 
IjJ ^^V. C^bfd u°gp') pr.n.m. 

nnn^ ('ahpd5') /, c. niiiv, 

work, labour, husbandry, 
service, employment, busi- 
nes.s; worship, divine 
service; implements, furni- 
ture. 
n^2y ('ab^iddi.v') / service; 
servants. 

I ' VT^'JL {'iji\)<\o'n) pr.n.m.] pr.n. 
of a town in Asher. 

rn2^ C^bdCi'O-) /■ servitude, 
bondage. 

«u'?'i);_ nnny ('p'wy^^'): 

inn^y ('p'hiildyj'hQ) pr.n.m. 



n5V*('5i?r) tobefat, thick. 

see nv'. 
tOln^J ('a^,p't) m pledge. 

"I*!?? ('5ba'r) m, c li^V, 
end, produce, fruit; "Ti^Vj^^ 
w.s. nuy3, DlOyn, ^^rej. 
and C071J. in order that, 
because of, on account of, 
for the sake of, while. 

^,5V i'm't) inf. ^2V._, fut. 
t52/*^l, to borrow [upon a 
pledge], to pledge. — Pi. 
fut. ^^T.^, to twist, to 
make tortuous. — Hi. inf. 

tDnyn, fut. i2>n^;, to lend 

on a pledge. 
tO^pny C^btl't) m a pledging; 

extorted goods, robbery. 
^n^ ('a^i') „i and \n^. ('0^,1') 

«i, ws. V^V CoVyp')? dense- 

ness, thickness. 

"^3^* ('5b.Vr) inf 113^, l^y, 

inly, ^/. Dn^V, (^. \"15V. 

to pass over, to cross, to 
go over or through; to 
penetrate, to go beyond, 
to pass by, to pass along, 
to travel; to pass away, 
to disappear; to go for- 
ward, to pass on; to 



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transgress; to depart. — 
Ki. fut. "l,5Vr- to be passed 
through, to be crossed. — 
Pi. 13V, fid. 13V;, to bolt, 
to shut up ; to impregnate. 

— Hi. n^nvn, inf. i^pvn, 
invn, w/7. inyn, iut. 

p?.' Dn''nVO, to cause to 
pass, to cause to cross 
over, to lead over, to 
transport, to conduct 
across ; to remove, transfer ; 
to cause to trespass; to 
let pass through, to lead 
along or through, to bring. 

— Biih. 1,5Vrn to be ir- 
ritated, to be wroth, to 
fall into a passion. 

IIJ^* C^'ber) in, w.s. i"!?V, 
pV. D'l^V, c. \"1.5V, what 
is beyond, region or land 
beyond, river-land, coast- 
land; the opposite side, 
flank, side; 13^"':'^ to 
beyond, to the other side, 
across, forwards; "I^V? 
from beyond; "15J^.'^y over 
against. 

nZl^'^ ('?'ber) 'pr.nAn. 

c. n'i'J^y, passiige, ford, 
crossing; ferry-boat. 



^i. ni")3V, c. nii5V and 

n1")3V, an overflowing, 
outburst of wrath, fury, 
pride, haughtiness. 
' jjy ('ibi"i') pr.n.m., pi. 

bnnv, DV.15V. / 'ir.^V, 
pir\r>;i^V [gent, of 15?;.1, 

Hebrew, i. e. emigrant. 

Cn^? C^b^ri'in) pr.n. of a 
mountain-range in Moab. 

nin!!^ ('$bron|[') pr.n. of 
a station near Eziongeber. 

^,?V ('aba's) to be shrunk, 
to die. 

J^3V ('aba'^-) Pi. fid. nnv), 

to interweave, to com- 
plicate. 

nn^ ('5b5'^) ad]., f nn^>^, 

interwoven, tangled. 
niy ('abp'a-) m [and /], ;>;. 
D^niV, w.s. 'itD\n3V, and 
nriiV, rope, cord, band; 
braided work , wreath ; 
tangled bough [or = HU*^ 
clouds]. 

^,^V ('?g^'b) fut. niv:, 2^«. 

^yy, to desire, to dote on, 
to be inflamed, to lust 
after. 

^?V. C^'geV) «^ only pZ. 
D'*p^V, loveliness, charm. 






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lust, impure passion. 
n^V ('a?5') and riijy ('ygg?') 

round cake or loaf. 

*^^?V C^^Q'i") "I swallow [or 
crane]. 

ear-ring, ring. 

b'T^: bi^5^ r^gp'i) orfj, / 

n^^iV, i>Z- ri'ii'^V;, rounded, 
round. 

pi. D\^;y, c. ^,'^^y, a calf; 
calf-image. 

pZ. mp^y, calf, young cow, 
heifer. 



C^^lgi') pr.n.f. 

^z. ri"i?;y, c. ni^^y, cart 

waggon, thrashing-sledge, 
war-chariot. 

jiP^^y ('gglo'n) pr.?J.)». ; yr-n. 
of a town in Judah. 

n^^V ('%i^'^) /?*••"• of a 

place. 
l^^V CsgiJ'in) to be grieved, 

to be sad. 

l^Vr-) to' shut oneself up. 
to be lone. 



*^5!* ('$d), also ly, m dura- 
tion, advance, perpetuity', 
eternity; prep, and con}. 
during, wiiile, as far as, 
to [of space and time], 
till; 1.:r'>{ IV, ^? n^^ until 
tliat;irn.V till eternity; 
^y \^?"iV eternities of 
eternity. 

"^>:* ('$d) m booty. 

"r$^ ('?d) m, ;>/. Dnv, c. nv, 

"".^CV!, a witness; proof, 
testimony; ruler. 

Ty see nly. 

NT|y, I'ly Ciddo') pr.n.m. 

n^vi, "fyii, to veil, to 

cover, to put on, to adorn 
oneself; to go on, to 
march along. — lli. Hiyn, 
ft. n*y^, to put off. 

~^V* ('5d5') pr.n.f. 

female witness; testimony; 
attestation, prescription. 

nnj.^^ Cf-drO /•, c. nny, «'.*. 

Inny, p^ ^"i^V, assembly, 
meeting, congregation, com- 
pany; household, family; 
troop, gang, herd, swarni. 
Tr\y. CidcUi') /, only i>]. 
^"""V, period, monthly 

eoiUaCS. 



nnv 



241 



-.?1^ 



J^n^ Cm'^)^ niy f, pi. 
ninv and my "{yd'xQ'^), 

testimony, prescriptioii,pre- 
cept, law; rnvri Pl^f^ ark 

of the iaw;"'nnv:n'^7x 

taLemacle of the law. 

flH^j i>^- 2"in<- covering, 
ornament; trappings, har- 
ness [of a horse]. 

^^^IV, C'^drri); n;T^; (-ada- 

}%'): 'i'^VJV ('"<J?y?E'iiy)i?>'-w.9Ji. 
•jn^* C^cirn) adj., only / 
n^n^, delicate, voluptious, 
luxurious. 

V'JV'C5di'n);.S;nV(=adin5'); 

ijnv ('«dlii9') [perh. for 
"jlJl"'']^] pr.nm. 

O^n"**!^ Cadie-a'ylm) pr.n. of 

a town in Judah. 

,21^ ('adlli'y) pr.n.ni. 
P^7? ('adulla'm) pr.n. of a 

town near Bethlehem; 

gent. \»Hv!. 

TilV ('5drn) M</i. |T;rin to 

live voluptuously. 

*|n^ crdgn) «i, pi. D^nv, 

loveliness, delight, plea- 
sure; ]'iy']^ Eden, the 
garden of Paradise. 
[ly. ('e'dgn) /)»'.». of a 
district in Mesopotamia. 

Hebrew-Eijglislj. 



adv. till now. 
^?*iy ' n T*^^ C*dn|[') pr.n.m. 
n^lV Ce^nr) /■ sexual 

pleasure. 
"^^V^iy ('$d'ad$') pr.n. of a 

town in Judah. 

^y^^ Vm'i) pt. n^V, / 

f^^ll.'y, to overhaug; to 
remain over, to be more 
than enough, to be re- 
dundant. — Hi. p]^n^!n to 
have in excess. 

"lil?^ Csd^r) M. l.lV.^, fut. 
"l,"lVr-» t<» be missed, to be 
wautiug. — Pi. fut "ImV^, 
to let be wanting. 

'O-T C5d*'r) inf. "11^, pt. 

Iiy, to arrange, to set in 
order. — Ni. "I.IV.^, pt. f 
rilll^V.^, to be arranged, to 
be set in order, to be 
cultivated. 

pV. Q^^l^, c. \"1.1V' a herd', 
flock. 

"^^.^ C?'d§i') i>»*-w. of a town 
in Judah; pr.n.m. 

^7.V ('^'4er) «>• "Tilft, pr.n.m. 
^^'**1'7^ ('adi-rfl) pr.n.m. 
nt^^y C»d$§5') /; only ;;;. 
D^fJ^Sv lentils. 

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242 



^7^.. 



to enwrap in clouds, to 

darken. 
*TII*iy ('pbf'd) pr.n.m. 
^2ly {'oH'\) pr.n. of a 

people in the south-west 

of Arabia. 

W Cag) fut. ^'Vt' '^•«- 

ni|5.Vn, to bake [a cake]. 
y^V ('p^) pr.n.m. 

VI musical instrument, 
flute, pipe. 

Tiy? IV ('od) m repetition, 
duration, continuance; adv. 
again, once more; con- 
tinually, further, longer, 
still, yet; TiV^l while yet; 
niyD ever since. 

l^V Cad) flit. IIVt' to at- 
test, to assure. — Pi. 1)V 
Civve'd) to surround; fiU. 
"1.1'iy:, 2>«-'^.1"iVP, to restore, 
to make firm, to support. 

— Hi lyn^ iuf. nvn, imp. 

pi. "I^,V^, to make firm; 
to assure, attest, affirm, 
to protest,' to testify; to 
be a witness, to take as 
witness; to adjure, ad- 
monish, warn, comfort, 
punish. — Ho. T^^n to be 



testified, announced. — 
Hiih. nniyrin to be estab- 
lished, to stand upright. 
'7^ 'i' Cpd?'d) pr.n.m. 
niy ('$v5') to act perversely, 
to sin. — A7. n]^p_, pt. 
ni^p., to be bent, to writhe; 
to be perverse. — Pi. H^V 
('ivv?') to subvert, to turn 
upside down, to make im- 
passable. — Hi. n^yn, inf. 

IV. S. in^Vjl (h§,"avp0'9') to 

make crooked, to bend, to 
pervert, to sin. 
njy C^vvr) / destruction, 
ruin. 

of a city in Mesopotamia 
or Syria; gent. pi. 0''}!^.. 

li*"? see ]% 

Tiy see ly. 

T^y Caz) inf tiy, to flee, 
to take refuge. — Hi. 

rvn, imp. ivn, ii^n, to 

transport in haste, to save 

by fleeing; to flee in haste. 
riVlV see ilV- 

^^).V C*^rO "^5 only pi. 
^ n'^')V,, child, boy. 
^^}V, ('"vl'l) adj. perverse. 

insolent, wicked. 
^^y^, ('"vl'tS-) pr.n. of a town 

in Edom. 



'ply 243 

h*iV see b'V. 

to suckle, to give milk. 

suckling, infant. 

^i^:, p«- <.11*P; to do wrong, 
^ to act wickedly. 
<^^ C^vv^'i) lu a wicked 
one, a wrong-doer. 

i'pii^, perverseness, wicked- 
ness, dishonesty, wrong. 

^i^y^ {%^w) /, w. loc. 

nhv see n'^V and H.^l^. 
•^.^"^V ('oi§') m ascent, step. 

and ^^1V ('ele'i) w, ^Z. 
D'^.^^iV, c. "'.^i'TV, child, 
infant, boy. 

ni^^iy see nij'yv. 

time immemorial , time 
past, eternity, distant 



p^y 



lasting time, life-time; pi. 
ages, endless times. 
Diy Cum) ^o. fut. Cyr see 



ir; can)^/. IV, f^. to 

dwell [or from n^^]- 

w.s. iJiy, pi. Q^Jiv!: niJiy, 

perverseness, sin, guilt, 
crime; punishment, suf- 
fering. 
njiy ('pna') / cohahitation; 

pi. nlJiv = nlJiy see liV- 

^VIV Civ'r) m, only p^. 
D'',yiV, perverseness, con- 
fusion, giddiness. 

5^^y M pf. f]v, ^v. i^y, 

A«. '^'v;, n'^;, nV,U (^^yy?'- 

'gf), to fly, to flit; to 
cover, to shelter under 
the wings; to be overcast, 
gloomy, dark; to swoon, 
to faint. — Pil. 5^Diy, f^jt. 

p]Diy^, pf. ^siy^', to fly 

about; to brandish [a 

sword]. — Hi. ?17^n to 

cause to fly away. — Hith. 

s^D'iyOn to fly away, to 

vanish. 
^1y ('of) m coll. what flies, 

birds, fowl. 
y^y* CuB) nup. 2>^. '^V, to 

counsel, advise, recommend. 
y^y ('uB) pr.n.m.\ also 

pr.n. of an eastern country. 

p^y Cok) Hi. fut. p^v;, p«. 

p^^t?, to press down. 

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i^y 



244 



;iv 



")^V Cur) imp. n^-v, '1"V, 

fut. 1^;, pL IV, to awake, 
to be astir, to wake; tr 
to rouse, to stir up. — Ni. 
niy:, fut. "lIV?, to be 
awaked, aroused, to rise- 

— Pi niiV, imp- -^.IT'V, 
fut. "iTiy], to stir up, 
arouse, excite; to brandish. 

— Piip. "ivi.v, inf. ^y.iy_, 
fut. pi. n,^v) [for nvT^:]: 

to raise [cries]. — Hi. 
17n,m/.T>:n[for1>^^n?], 
fut. "17;, 1*i?,\, to excite, 
to stir, to waken, to rouse ; 
intr. to awake. — Hith. 
"l.Tyrn to rouse oneself; 
to exult, to start from joy. 

^*iV ('or) m, iv.s. i"]1y, "ilV, 
pi. nlliy, ni'V, skin, hide, 
leather; body, flesh. 

^1? ('«tv?'r) [to be blind] 
pI 11V, M- "l.ii^l, to make 
blind, to blind; to bribe. 

^^.V ('ivv?'r) adj., only ;>Z. 
m OniV, / nn]V, blind, 
blinded; infatuated. 

Xnr^ Clvvarp'n) m blindness. 

ri")ilS^ Cl^vv^'r^O-) /blindness. 

tr^y Cos) Mn/>. pZ. ^i:*''V, to 
hurry up. 

niV ('5v^'9-) p». rii.v, t'»/. 

nr<L, fut. niy^, to bend, to 



make crooked, to pervert 
to falsify, to corrupt, to 
seduce, to subvert. — Pu. 
pt. r;VP, to bo crooked, 
curved. — Hith. r\))i:^r[ to 
bend oneself, to stoop. 

n^y Cy^) W- ^^'V, to suc- 
cour, help, support. 

"P^^C^^'^'*^*')/ oppression. 

^ri^y Cu^^'y) pr.n.m. 

ly C$z) adj., i.p. "IV ! P^- 

^ri,c.'^,fr^:pi.r^, 

strong, powerful, firm; 
fierce, violent, hard, bold; 
suhst. strength, power. 

^V. C?z) /, pi- °liV, goat, 
she-goat; pi. goat's hair; 
D;1V ^"J^ kid of the goats; 
'y ^^y'vi buck of the goats. 

'rs;.Wc?z)"i:c."iv,M;.5.":iV, 

strength, -power, might; 
firmness; violence, bold- 
ness; protection, refuge; 
splendour, glory, praise. 

Kiy, TV^ Cy^^*') p^'-n.m. 

'^l^JV C"z5zc'l) pr.u. of an 
evil spirit dwelling in the 
wilderness. 

niV* {:m'\) inf sjv. ^;<, 
njv, ^<. 3JV.I, pt. nVy, 
2nv, / nn^r;, y>z. nu.iy, 



^JV 



245 



n.-^iv 



to loosen, to release, to 
set free, pt. p. freed; to 
leave, forsake, abandon, to 
leave behind; to omit, ti* 
relax. — Ni. ^}.V,l, fut. 
niV^, p«- 2,IE' to ^6 for- 
saken, abandoned. — Pu. 
ZliV to be forsaken. 

^jC {'5z$b) to build, re- 
pair, fortifj'. 

^iZIJ^ ('izz$bp'n) m^ only pi. 
D^JniV, commerce, traflic, 
waves. 

g5'd) pr.n.m. 

n nri^, Gaza, one of the 
five Philistine cities; gent. 

w;, pi. D^n;v. 

desolations, ruins. 
nil'lTy ('azQba') pr.n.f. 
':W ('ezyz) m, M/.S. 1111^:, 

might, power, strength. 

T^jy ('izzy'z) a(i/. strong, 
mighty. 

to be or become strong, 
firm, powerful; to be bold, 
hard [see IV;]. — Hi. IVH 
to harden, to make bold. 



TO ('$z5'z); in^nV (''^z?Lzy5'- 

ha); nv c'lizzr); N^v 

('uzzlyy5'); • .J^T*^ Cuzzi'?'!); 
nnV ('uzzlyyr'), ^"r^V 
('uzzlyy5'hCi) ; ^^p!V ('"'zlz5'); 
nir.:]^^ (Mzma've9-); V^ 
(°$zz5'n) pr.n.m. 

Ht- [^ (°$znlyya') / a species 
of eagle, black eagle. 

p,lV {'gzrk) Pi. fut. p,:v:, 

to dig up, to till. 
•^i^ty C^zcka') pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 
I,L't C?z&'r) in/. "IjV, w.s. 
■'.3^"]]^ ('gzre'nl), imp. m;.s. 

lily, pi. c. 'n.iv, p«.'i>. 

11]^, to help, assist, aid. 
— Nl ^}yX to be helped, 
to obtain help. — Hi. inf. 
l^lV*^ [for "l^lVn^], pt. 
T-^iVD, pZ. Dn]V!3, to help. 

help, assistance, helper. 

"ll^r C?'z§r); 1i.^ Cs'zgr); 
nr^ (Mzzu'r); NIIV ('ezi-?'); 

'^'>?ir4^ C'^zar'ri)'; niiv 
(W)'; n.]v:rezrr);^Nn.i2 
(•nzrrri); M;"m (^^z^ryr), 
^nni^ ('azuryrbu); Qp;i]v 

C^zrika'ra) pr.n.m. 
nnty ('gzrr) and ni]V 

('Jzr?'^-) f, c. nijv = ^I?^*''. 



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246 



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^nr^ see niy. 

tO^ ('ft) 9Ji style for en- 
graving letters, writing- 
tool, pen, reed. 

ntj:^* ('5ta') tv- nbv, M. 

flip':/, / n;9y, to cover, 
veil; to wrap, fold up, to 
put on ; to veil oneself. — 

III n,to>:n, fvt. nt?v: ^'Ci 

[or from tD^], t<^s.' '^}^'4] 
[for ^Jtp^;,!], to cover. 

ntp:^' ('5t5') /?i. /««. t^r;;., 

to rush on, to fly at [see 

X'PV^ ('5trn) m, only p?. 
D^rpV, vessel, pail [others: 
resting-place; vein]. 

nti^'ipy ('utis5')/"a sneezing. 

5J]7t0i; ('atClUe'f) »M, pi. 

D^^b'^V, a bat. 
^PV i'm'i) inf. P]by, /»«. 
'^bV.'L, i)t. p. ^i^V) ^0 cover, 
clothe; to be covered; to 
languish, to faint, to be 
exhausted; to hide one- 
self; to turn to; pt. p. 
weak, exhausted. — Ni. 
inf. P]PV.5 [for ^■^3], to be 
exhausted, to faint. — Jli. 
inf. n^p^n to be weak. — 
J/Uh. P].t?'tTn to be feeble, 
to languisli, to faint. 



"ip^ cm'r) fut. itpv:, w.s. 
i:"!tf vn, pt. it?y, pi. bnipv, 

to surround, to encircle, 
to encompass. — Pi. "l.t^V, 

fut. w.s. innt?^^^, pt. it^i;^' 

to encircle with a diadem, 

to crown. — lU. pt. f 

HTtpVt: to distribute 
crowns. 

^y^T r-tjrr)/, c.rr^^x 

pi. r.lTupV', c. niTLpV, crown, 
diadem, chaplet. 

"^^>* C^'t^rr) pr.n.f. 

ni")^y ('at5rp'0-) 2»--w. of 
several towns. 

^5? ('$y) mostly w. art. 7^", 

also n;*^, n;^^, n^v, p,..>.. 

of a town near Bethel. 

"•V CD m, pi. D^^V, heap of 
stones, rubbish, ruin, ruins. 

°''.^V Clyyi'm) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah; pr.n. of a 
mountain. 

<?''y ('cV5'l) pr.«. of a 
mountain near Shcchem. 

j* ,< Clyyt>'n) pr.n. of a town 
in Nap h tali. 

tO^'V ('it) fut. I0$^;i, to rush 
on, to fly at [see -"^.t^V"]- 

^^)i r&'yit) m, c. tt^V, bird 
of prey; coll. birds of prey. 



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247 



1l2?^ 



^'^^V. ('?t?L'ni) pr.w. of a 
town in Jiidali. 

eternity. 

D^^^ ('?l*'in) pr.w. of a 
people and country east of 
Babylonia [Lusiana]; also 
jyr.n. of a place. 

n^X ('"y5'm) m, c. q;v 

[q^V5], lieat, glow. 

^}yi [^i?.'V! for T,^.'^], V^- 
nIrV, c. n1:^V, tiie eye; 
eye of the mind; look, 
appearance , sight , face, 
surface; the sparkling or 
bead of wine; fountain, 
spring. 

P.J'l'' C&'yin) vvn. of a town 
in Simeon. 

^"•y (°en) in compounds of 
proper names: H^. "y-^ 
DI^^'V; "ikT 'y or "lil'y; 

n'^n 'y ; liif n 'y ; tssti^'D 'y ; 
ni'??JV'V; ^^/y;'iltD-i^y; 
tj^'jp^i^^'y; V.^'?B'y; nisn'y. 

^^}y^.. ('rnH'yim) and D^^ 
('ea5'm) yr.n. of a place in 
Judah. 

[J*y ('ena'n) pr.n.m. 



^i!.? Csye'f) to be weary, 
to languish. 

^V^ C5y?'f) tu(/., pi. O'^pX 
f mD''.V, weary, exhausted, 
languid, faint. 

^^^T ('efa') / darkness, 
obscurity. 

^^^T (-efr) i^r.n. of a tribe 

of the Midiaiiites. 
^^^y C?fa'y) pr.n.m. 

pZ. DnV, Dn;V, re. ar/. 
°'nV,'^: c.n^, tower, city, 
town, village, hamlet, capi- 
tal; Cnpr^n I^V Jericho. 

T'V (Ir) iu anger, wrath. 

"n^'V ('ir) w anguish, dis- 
tress. 

"l^y Cn'yir) «», w.s. nyv, 

pi. D^TV*, young ass, ass. 
STy Cira); ITV ('ir?'d); 

1TV Ciru'); 'TV (m'); 

DH^V CU"5'ni) pr.n.m. 

pi. D\»TV, naked, bare; 
snft.^t nakedness, bareness. 

'^^y_ ('a'yis) /• a constella- 
tion, the Great Bear [or 
the Pleiades]. 

iiqjy (*$cf)bp'r) pr.n.m. 



ti^''2Sl^ ('jkk$br§) m spider. 
"12p^ (%lcf)l)a'r) wi, pi. c. 
"•n??*!, mouse. 

l^y ('$kkp') 2>/*-«- of a city, 
Acca or Acre in Phcnicia. 

"llD^ ('gcfip'r) py.n. of a 
valley near Jericho. 

I^V (*9*^5'") pr.n.m. 

D?? Cuc^i'fi) Pi. D5V, /•««• 
D5y?, to wear anklets. 

fetter, anklet, ankle-band. 
nppy (*$c^e5') pr.n./. 

1?V {'m^'r) fid. ibv:, ;?«. 

"ID'V, i?Z- «?• '.l^V' to trouble, 
to disturb; to afflict, to 
grieve. — Ni. pt. "l.^V;!.., 
f n'lD.VJ., to be troubled, 
grieved; pt. trouble. 

"i^y {'m'r); 1,1? V Cy'^rrn) 

I'V.n.m. 
n^it^■9^ C^c^sCi'b) ,n adder, 

viper. 
^^ (\ii) VI what is high, 

tile upper part; prep, [also 

on, upon, above, over; on 
account of; to, unto; 
towards, near, against, 
according to, after; in 
sj)ite of; because of; T'}^^. 



from above, from upon; 
7 /<^^ over, above. 

'^i^ ^*\v (-01) VI, tv.s. ^.H'. 

yoke, servitude. 
^!tV ('yll*') pr.ntn. 
^i^V Cllle'^') adj., pi. DV.^V, 

stammering. 

"^V ('515') inf n>v, nl^v. 
npv, m/?. n^v.r '^v., fut., 
n?v:., ^y;.l, pt. n^y, n'??;, 
pz. D>?v, f n^y, p?. ni?v, 

to ascend, to mount up, 
to go up, to rise ; to gl'ow 
up; to be lifted up, to be 
put up. — Ki. n^V;?,, iuf. 
nl^^^'H, imp. pi. yVH, fut. 
~'^Vr' t<^ ^^ -l^d up or 
away; to rise up; to be 
high, exalted. — iTt. H^.VH, 

inf. rri'pvn, mp. ?*iji, 
n?^n, fut.rhy.:i_, ?i;;i, j.,«. 

/ Hv^.^' ^^ cause to go 
up, to lead or bring up, 
to raise, to impose; to 
take away, to remove; to 
overlay. — Ho. ~y<i7 to 
l)e brought up, offered. — 
Hlth. Th;iT}r\ to be elated, 
to pride oneself. 

l^V.('5i^')»», M/.^w. n^yn, 

c. '"^..-V!, XV. s. i'"!:.V, pi- c. 
"','rV. coll. foliage, leaves. 



nh)^ (W)/-[n^"iy], cnVv, 

pi D^bv , burnt-offering, 
holocaust; ascent, stairs. 

ni^^' C§lv9') f for n^]V 
wickedness, wrong. 
^5- ^* ('§lv5') pr.n.m. 

iJ^^!, youth, time of 
youth, youthful vigour. 

\\^V. (*?tlv5'ii) pr.n.m. 

nj;^^^ {'mkK') f blood- 
sucking monster, leech, 
vampire. 

to exult, rejoice. 
t^V Csle'z) ac^j. rejoicing, 
ntp^^ ('ai5ta') / darkness. 

,?« Cfir) pr.n.m. 
^^\ ('ell') wi a pestle. 
^.'pi^ (liir) adj., / n>,W, I'Z- 

nl^PV, the upper, the 

higher. 

Hxr? C^ilyy?') / upper 
room, upper stoiy; the 
chambers of heaven ; ascent, 
stairs. 

high, exalted; the most 
high, supreme [i. e. God]. 

r /'^ Cnurz) adj., pi n^yW, 



219 q^v 

/nr^^, exultant, rejoicing, 
noisy, proud. 

^'i^: C"n'0 »'* crucible [or 
workshop]. 

nl7*PV, work, deed, exploit. 

"^?''?y ('alilTyy?') / dccd. 

n-.:f*'?>J ('aiIBQ'9-) / exulta- 
tion, rejoicing. 

hb)i ('ain'i) Poez fut. bbsv], 

pt. //"iy^, to vex, mal- 
treat; to glean, to destroy 
the remnant; pt. child, 
wanton boy. — Poal /^1y 
to be inflicted. — Hith. 
7,^^rin to practise wanton- 
ness, to vex, to mock; to 
be busy, to achieve. — 
Hithpo. ?,?iyr^n to perform, 
to do [an evil deed]. 

rlppi^ Cp'lelo'O-) flpl glean- 
ings; gleaning-time. 

D^V C^l^'ni) pt. p. Qi'^PV, 
pi D"'p7^, to hide, con- 
ceal; pt. p. secret sin. — 

Ni. D?:^:, pt. q^>;:, to be 

hidden, concealed, dis- 
sembled. — m.^ D'.'P.V", 

D'bvr], fut. D'hvi, pt. 

D"'|?y5, to cover, hide, 
conceal; to darken, to 
blame. - Hith. D^Vnn to 



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hide oneself, to withdraw 
oneself. 
O^V {'mm) m, i.p. 0^)1, a 
youtli, young man. 

nr^bv (^timr) /•, pi. mtp^v, 

maiden, young marriage- 
able woman; nit5/V"'?V a 
musical term : in treble or 
soprano. 
*]1p/^ ('$lmp'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin; pr.n. 
of a station in the desert. 

n^p^y C$inui'9-) = r^i2-bM 
Jn'i^^vrW, see nofv. 

riD?^ ('5lg'm^9-) pr.n.m. 

C"!? i'm'n) Alt. D'bv^,, to 

exult, rejoice. — Ni. p2.VJ, 
to exult, to wave joyfully. 

vbv Cm") Pi. fut. v^.T,, 
pi. iVr^:i to ^^^^ ^^P- 

"^Jl {'m'i) Ph. ^t-V, to be 
covered; to be overcome, 
to faint. — Jllth. ^^.4?0n 
to cover or veil oneself; 
to faint. 

•^.^r? Cyip^') »« a mourning, 
languor; or adj. languish- 
ing, mourning. 

V:^? i'm-a) inf. \% fut. 

'm. 1- >g' •"'.^/V,^, to 

exult, rejoice; to show 
mischievons joy. 



^V Csm), D^ Cjm) m [and 
/■], w. art. D^^'n, c. DV, 

c. 7^*^ J people, nation, 
tribe, community; common 
people, men, inhabitants, 
populace, mankind. 
^V Clm) prep., w.s. ""pV and 

DSDV, D;^V, with, by," be- 
side, at, near; DV^ from 
with, away from, from 
away. 
"fp>^ ('5ni$'d) inf. nrpv:, U'.s. 

pi. niT/V^ to stand', "to 
stand before one, to wait 
on, to serve; to place one- 
self; to stay, to continue, 
to persist, to persevere, to 
resist; to stand still, to 
cease; to stand up, to 
rise, to make one's ap- 
pearance. ■ — Hi. '^"'Pvn. 

inf T'pv:n, imp. nbj?n, 
fut. iv.?j,7_, np>7_,' 'yi 

T'pV.I.^, to cause to stand, 
to set up, to erect, to 
establish, to appoint, to 
place, to settle, to raise 
up, to stir up; to preserve, 
to maintain. — Ho. ^PJf.rj!, 



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PPV 



fxd. ipv;*^, yt. novo, to be 

placed, to stand upright. 
^!?V (Iram^'d) i>rep. in 

n»V, see DV. 
IDy ('p'm^d) w a standing, 

station, platform. 
n^lpj^ ('gmd5') / domicile. 

nnion, society, junction; 
arfv. and prep. ^IDV/ to- 
gether with, at, by, near, 
by the side of, near to, 
compared with, like as. 
beside. 

ilDy ('umrni') 'pr.n. of a 
town in Asher. 

^^V (*$mmi:i'd) m, 'pl. 
DH^D^, pillar, column; 
stage, platform. 

jlijj^ ('ammo'n) ipr.n.m.\ gent. 

^JlD^, 'pi. Q^JlD^ == ">:? 

llD*2 Ammonites. 
DID^ Csmp'fi); piOV ('5- 
mo'k); 'P.J^^tpV Climmm); 
*l2].\p^ ( '§mmi'z5t)f'd ) ; 

('ammrn^d^'b) pr.n.m. 
"^^P^^ ('5mrr) m bundle, 
heap of cut grain, swath. 

''J^^'Pi! C^mmi'sUdd^'y) pr. 
n.m. 



society, fellowship; neigh- 
^ hour, fellow-man. 

^]^V Csm^'l) fat. hbV;^_, to 
labour, to toil. 

^]^V Camri) »», c. ^PV, 
w.s. vpV, labour, toil; 
gain by labour; trouble, 
misery, distress, sorrow, 
suffering; mischief, wrong, 
oppression. 

7py('5mri) adj., pi. O'b^V,, 
labouring, toiling, suffer- 
ing, wretched; s«fes«. work- 
man, labourer. 

pr:^^-'. ('amjlc'k) pr.n.m.; 
gent. ■'p.^V*. 

^y^ ('ama'm) to SUrpass, 
to be higher. — Ho. fid. 
□Vi' to be dai-keued. 

7'N iJiJy ('Immf 'ml'c'l) pr.n.m. 

DP^ ('ama'fi) fut. Db5;7_, 

pt. Dpy, pt. p. DIDV', 'to 
lift up, to heave; to bear, 
to carry; to lay upon, to 
bestow. — Hi. C'pvri to 
load upon. 

Ht?^? ('amPya') pr.n.m. 
'^Pd C&m'5'd) pr.n. of a 
town in Asher. 

pg? ('amrk) to be un- 
fathomable, unsearchable. 
— Hi. p'PV:i7, imp. p.t?Vn, 



PPV 



252 



^iV 



pt. p\PV.^, to make deep; 
to do extensively. 

PP^ ('5m?'k) adj.^ pi c. 
^JP.DV, deep, uniutelligible. 

pP^ (*5mp'k) adj., pi. 

deep, low; mysterious, un- 
searchable. 

pPJ^ C^'m^k) m, w.s. "p.PV, 
pi. D^p.'^V;, depth, deep 
plain, valley. 

r^^^ri pw Ct'm^k h5'?iri') 

pr.n., terebinth-valley, near 
Bethlehem. 

XDSfJ pW ('?'ra^k h^bb?d^§') 
pr.n., valley of the balsam- 
shrub, near Jerusalem. 

riDnsn pw crmgk h^ibb-^- 

r5*?i') pr.n., valley of the 
praise or blessing, near 
Tekoah. 

*^Pn PP,? ('?'m^k h$mme'- 

i$c^) pr.«., the king's valley, 
i. e. the valley of the 
Kidron. 

D^'S^'J p'OV Cf'm^k rm'm) 
pr.n., valley of giants, 
between Jerusalem and 
Bethlehem. 

D^lt^n pp? Crmgk hP- 
lilddi'm) pr.n., valley on the 
site of the Dead Sea. 



ppi? Co'mgk) m depth. 
"^P? C§nirr) Pi. 2>«. layp, 

to bind; pt. sheaf-binder. 

— Ilith. "lfT?*i?On to pawn 
[others: to be harsh or 
rough]. 

np>''('p'm$r)«i, pl.D^l^Y.^ 
sheaf, bundle of ears. 

"Ipy C^'ra^r) m a measure 
for dry goods, 10"' part of 
an Ephah. 

njUy ('"mpr5') prn. of a 
town, Gomorrah. 

np^ ('gmrD; D;,PV ('am- 
r5'm) 'pr.n.m. 

ntrpjj (-ampr); ^ti'^y 

('amjD^'y); ''P^^^'OV ('ampfi$'y) 
pr.n.m. 

'^}X. C''°5'V) i>»*-«- 0^ a town 
near Hebron. 

c. ''a;v, W/.5. "it^iJV. berry, 
grape, raisin. 
W ('5n§'g) P«. pt. :4VP, 
to be delicate, luxurious. 

— Hith. ^,^.V»?n to make 
oneself delicate; to enjoy 
oneself, to relish; to mock. 

^^J^ C^np'^') adj., w. art. 
:>^n, f •:.;>:. delicate, 
effeminate. 



^y^ ('o'neg) m delight, en- 
joyment, joy. 

n^>^ {'5n?') rnf. HUV!, imp. 

nJ'V, W.S. ^nyy, /• n:V, to 

reply, to answer, to hear 
[prayers] ; to bear witness ; 
to vindicate oneself; to 
begin to speak, to begin 
to sing, t-o respond in a 
choir; to declare, announce, 
reveal. — Ni. Ht-^ivj Z""^- 

n^^;.., pt. n;.v^,, to be 

answered, to be heard; to 
answer. — Pi- H^V, inf. 
ni^^. imp. ni3*^, to answer 
in singing, to sing alter- 
nately. — Hi. pt. n;.v» to 

answer, to vouch [others: 
to cause to sing], 
njy* ('5nr) inf. Hl:*^, fut. 
^)V^-i to be bowed down, 
to be oppressed or de- 
pressed, humbled, miser- 
able; to toil, to labour. — 
Ni. nJVp., inf.n^:)}^ [for 

to be bowed down, to be 
afflicted; to humble one- 
self. — Pi. niv, inf nr^, 
ni^, fut. r\^^], pt. njvp, 

to bow down, oppress, 
humble; to maltreat; to 
force, violate; to afflict 



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oneself, to fast. — Pu. HJ V, 

inf riliv, fut. rij.y), pt. 

niV^, to be maltreated, 
afflicted, humbled. — Hi. 

'^^ll^ A<«- ^\W-: to op- 
press, humble. — Hith. 

n^vrin, inf ni^vrn, to 

humble oneself, to be af- 
flicted, to suffer. 
"I^^ C'^na') pr.n.m. 

ri^>^ see riJly. 

W ('aarv) adj., pi. D^IJV, 
c. "".l^V, oppressed, humbled, 
submitting, suffering, pa- 
tient, pious. 

^^Y T C^nu'b) pr.n.m. 

*W ('anav5') /, w.S. f\^^^)V. 

[f]O^V], humility, gentle- 
ness, condescension. 

nP^ C^nva') / = m1:V. 

nW ('?nu 9-) /•, c. niJ^!, af- 
fliction, suffering [others: 
cry]. 

^^V {'m') adj., pi. d';av, 

[D^lJ^], c. "".^JV, oppressed, 
afflicted, poor, wretched, 
miserable, helpless; humble, 
patient, meek. 
•f^. C^ui') m, i.p. ^Jy, tv.s. 
\)})^ ('Qnyl'), oppression, 
affliction, misery, suffer- 
ing, poverty. 



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254 



rnnjv 



">}V {'ynni'); n;4V {''^nW') 

pr.n.vi. 
D^j>^ ('?nj'm) i^r.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

]^^:iV Clny^'n) m, c V-^V, toil, 

work, labour, employment, 
business; matter, thing, 
cause. 
DJ3^ Csnc'm) pr.n. of a place 
in Issachar. 

D^pDJ^ ('an5mi'm) pr.n. of a 

tribe in Egypt. 

pr.w. of a god of the 
Sepbarvites. 

T,;p* (v^'u) Po. |Jiy, 2>«- 

"j^Jlyp, to act covertly, to 
practise magic, to sooth- 
say, to divine; p^ sorcerer, 
enchanter. 

1,;^* ('$na'n) [den. of \T^] 
Pi. inf. w.s. ''JJ.*^, to gather 
clouds. 

15?* C^n^'ii) m, IV. aH. p^n, 

c. p.y, id. d;jjv, cloud, 

clouds; crowd, host. 
\^^ C^n^-'n) pr.n.m. 
ni^ ('an5nr) / = W 

clouds. 



jrr.n. of a place 
jamin. 



pr.n.i)i. ; 
in Bon- 



c- ^S^V, sprout, branch, 
bough. 

full of boughs. 

py^ {'m^'k)pf. tv.s. "i>^rp.^v, 

to be put round the neck, 
to deck as a collar. — Hi. 
P"'AVn, fut. p^J^;_, to lay 
upon the neck, to load, to 
supply. 

PJIV i'mik) m, pi. D^p:v. 

nIpJV , neck - ornament, 
neck-lace. 

P^X. ('"n«tk) pr.n.m. of a 
giant, Anak, and his 
descendants, pi. D^p^V- 

lp.< C5n?'r) pr.n.m. ; ;>r.n. of 
a town in Manasseh. 

t^3:^ i'^H's) inf. tt^'i^y, 

ti^'UV!, to impose a con- 
tribution or fine; to punish. 
— Ni. lifJVJ, fut. ^^2X1, 
to be fined, to be punished. 

^^V ('o'ngs) m contribution, 
fine, punishment. 

^^V. ('"lui'O-) pr.n.m. 

mrij^' ('"n$0-p'a) pr.n. of a 
place near Jerusalem in 
Benjamin; gent. \rp^V. 



^mv 



n^pV i'm'm) m, c. O'pV, 
new wine, must. 

^^V {'oil') w, pi D^xsy^, 

twig, branch, foliage. 

b^V i'm'l) Pit. hBV to be 
inflated, arrogant. — Hi. 
fid. ^''SV^ to act proudly 
or presumptuously. 

^Sy ('p'fei) m, pi. ^')^^t, 

an eminence upon Ziou; 
tumor, swelling. 

^I'^V {'yfu;') pr.n. of a place 
in Benjamin. 

^-r>V. ['aX'-^'i) m. only du. 
D?.r^?y, <^. ',?.y?^, eye- 
lashes, eyelids. 

1S>^ ('5f&'r) [^^««. of 1DV] 
Pi ley to pelt with dust, 
to bedust. 

"1,7'> ('5f5'r) »n, w. art. "I.^VP? 

c! nsy, pi. c. nn?^, dust, 

dry earth, soil, clay, lump, 
clod; gold-dust. 

"iSj^ ('e'fgr) pr.n.in. 

12*^ ('B'f§r) m young deer, 

roe, gazelle. 
n"lS!^ ('yfra') pr.n. of towns 

in Benjamin and Manasseh. 

j I |Sy ('gfrp'n) pr.n.tn.] pr.n. 
of a town in Benjamin; 
pr.n. of a mountain. 



n"is';>, nn^ly cofrr^^) / 

lead. 

D^jlIV, <7. '.^'*^, tree,' wood, 
timber, stake, pole, log, 
wooden work. 

/• c. n^ViV, to afflict, 
grieve, pain. — Ni. '^'^V.}., , 
fui. 2,)?V?..j to grieve one- 
self, to be sorrowful. — 

Pi. n^v, fut. '2'^T,, to 

form, to shape; to grieve, 
pain, afflict. — Hi. n^,^.Vn, 

inf. n\^vn, fut. n\^5^|i.,"'to 

form, fashion, shape; to 
grieve, offend. — Hith. 
^,^^rin to grieve oneself; 
to be angry. 

^^V C^Ba'b) m, only pi. 
D\3^V, c. ^^M, image, 
idol. 

'y^V CsBc'b) Hi. only pi. c. 
'^y^V. labourer, bondsman. 

a thing formed or shaped ; 
earthen vessel; labour, toil, 
gain; trouble, grievance. 

yiV (-p'Beb) m, W.S. f")?^V 
('gBb'^c^V), image, idol; 
pain, labour, affliction. 

j I J A> ( 'IBBabB'u ) m , c. 



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256 



•^.^v 



•jinr;, w.s. "qJiDlf V, labour, 
toil; pain. 

n^i^, p?. c. riill*iV, pain, 
grievance, affliction, sorrow, 
wound. 

n)iV ('5B5') pi. n^v, to 

shut, to close. 
n'i?{^ ('56^') on the spine, 
the back-hone. 

n^^ cm-) /, c. n^v!, iv.s. 

wood [= "[^V]; counsel, 
advice; consultation; pur- 
pose, project, plan, de- 
sign; wisdom, deliberation. 

D"]TJ ('(iBu'm) adj., pi. 
D"'D^1V,^ strong-, powerful, 
mighty, numerous; pi. 
strong limbs, fangs. 

nn^. ]^"')iV, ('gByp'n grb^r) 
pr.n. of a seaport on the 
Elanitic gulf. 

h^v c^B^'i) Ni. fnt. ^.^v;.., 

to be idle, to tarry. 
^'^V ('yBrO ad}, slothful, 
sluggard. 

TU^^l (MBir) and nj^^^ 
(-^jBlCi'i^) /■, rf''. D^n^^v, 
sloth. 

m/! it/.s. 'i'pVV ('oBm'p'). 



^»^y;., p<. D,^y, to be or 
become firm, strong, power- 
ful, mighty; to shut, to 
close. — Pi. D^V, fxjti- 
Ci?y), to close; den. of 
Q'^V : to break or gnaw 
the bones. — Hi. fut. 
2\5iV,l to make strong. 

n^V C^Bem) f [and m], 
w.s. •'P'i^, pZ. D^p*V and 
niO'^V,' c. nitp^fV, bone; 
body, frame; essence, self; 
the selfsame; DPH D^,V? 
n|.n on that very day. 

D^!:^ Co'Bgm) ,n, m;.^. ''PVV 
('yBmi'), Strength, might; 
bone, body. 

r^mv (\^Bm5') /, c. n»vv, 

strength; multitude. 
^"ip^^ ('iiiBmp'n) pr.n. of a 
town. 

T\^'tyfl C^BBump'^) flpl. 

arguments, reasons, proofs. 

^^3^ ('?'B$u) m, only in 
-^j^Vn or Ip^V.n, spear [or 
gent, of pr.n. "JfiV]- 

n^y ('5Brr) t«/". "I'vv. /"^ 

/• n"^^V, to close, to shut 
up, to restrain, to stop, 
to hold back, to retain, 
to withhold; to rule, pre- 
vail, bridle; 2^]*^] "IIIIV a 



i^.v 



slave and a freed one. — 

Ni. "I,^.VJ,, inf. I.^VHr P^- 
l^^J., to 1)6 shut up, re- 
strained, hindered; to be 
assembled. 

n^J^ (°g'B§r) m dominion. 

n^'y ('o'B^r) m a shutting 
up; constniint, oppression. 

('ftBg'rgO-)/" assembly, festive 
assembly, festival. 

^p.^^ ('5ka b) inf. 2ljP^, /«f. 
3|P^,l., to deceive; to take 
by the heel. — Pi. fut. 
^iJr.V) to keep back. 

^ni:5y and nini^y, keel, 

hoof; step, foot-point; the 
rear. 
npy^ ('akrb) [o^j.] m, pi. 
w.s. '^yp.V,: plotter, deceiver, 
lier-in-wait. 

np:^ ('5krb) adj., f n3i?_i^, 

uneven, hilly; deceitful; 
showing foot-prints. 

'2,'^V ('e'keb) m the end, the 
last; result, reward; prep. 
and conj. on account of, 
because of, because. 

nip^ ('Qkba') / cunning, 
deceit. 

Ilebrew-Eiiglisli. 



257 t2^'p.V 

^[^V i'-m'd) fut. nipvi to 

bind. 

striped, streaky. 

np^^ (=ak5') /, c. np_y, op- 
pression. 

p^P^ C&kka'b) pr.n.m. 

to be perverted. 

^P^P^ C'^kalka'l) adj., flpl. 

m f j^'PJZy., crooked,winding. 

1*1 O^i^? ('^kall5^-o'u) adj. 

crooked, winding, tortuous. 
IpJ^. ('akg,'n) pr.n.m. 
"IpJ? ('akcar) inf ^'(pX to 

root out. — Ni. "l|^!y!|?, to 
be destroyed. — Pi. "Ij^.y, 
fid. "Ili^.t?:, to lame, to 
hamstring. 

npV Cakj'r) adj., f Hip^l?, 
c. ^"Ip.y, barren. 

1p5^. ('e'k§r) in a naturalized 
foreigner. 

^P?^.* (T ker) pr.n.m. 

nnpy r&kr5'b) 7«, c. nipv, 

pZ. CSnjpy, scorpion; a 
knotted scourge. 
T^IPV Cekrp'n) pr.n. of a 
Philistine city. 

trp5J Csik^'s) Ni. ^'p.v.y to 

be perverted. — Pi. IV'.^y * 
to pervert, to make 
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258 



V^IV 



crooked. — JJi. fut. xu.s. 
""r^^'i^y^, to regard as per- 
verse. 
a 



Cikkf'g) adj., pi. 

n^p'^y,^ c. ''ti^'i^y, perverted, 

perverse. 
^'^T Clkkrg) j>r.n.m. 
T\'W^yi ('ikbu'O-) / per- 

verscness. 
-i:y* («5r) = 1>V; nSlD IV 

pr.w., chief town in Moab. 
1^ ('5r) = "1^ enemy, pi 

"iy ('?r) pr.n.m. [see also 

^^V^ i'm'h) fut. niy;., 
W/.5. ^3n-ivJ<, p^ n:^y, j?/. 

D^P"l^, to exchange, to 
traffic; to pledge, to pawn: 
to give security, to war- 
rant. — Bith. :ii.vrin to 
intermingle, to have inter- 
course, to rival, 

^,1>J ('5r^'b) to be or grow 
dark, to be obscured. — 
Hi. inf. 2,lVn to do at 
evening. 

^T".?' ('5r?''.') /""^- ^.iv;,, to 

be sweet, pleasant. 

nnv ('5rr\)) »», pi. D>n-jy, 

c. '',51 <^, poplar or willow. 



pr.n. Arabia; gerd. ^P^V, 
pZ. D^3T2 and D^N^DT^, 
Arab, Arabian. 

^7'-? ('5r?'l>) ad), sweet, 
pleasant. 

woof, weft; mixed multi- 
tude, promiscuous mass of 
foreigners. 

^")JJ.^ C^'rgi?) m and /; t>. 
3Tr^: ciu. D.''.31^, the be- 
coming dark, evening, 
twilight; D.''n")yn ",^5 be- 
tween the two evenings, 
at the time of sunset, or 
between sunset and dark. 

^n>^* Cw'b) w, pi. D'^l'V. 

raven, crow. 
^,.r ( or? bj pr.n.m. 

^i^^n, a stinging insect, 
dog-fly, gadfly. 

^51^ C'^r^br) /", ^v. loc. 

n nnn-^y, ...«. r:r;iv, pi. 

nin-jy, c. nlnr*., dry land, 
desert, wilderness, plain. 

ni"1^ ('arybbr) /, w.s. 
Dni")y, surety, pawn, 
pledge. 

P*?"!??. ('('robi^i'n) m pledge, 
warrant-money. 

\nnn^ (MrVsusr) /.,-.».»,. in- 



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^:iv 



habitant of an unknown 
place n^y; or HniV. 

^'V i'm'^) fut. T\x_, to 

paiir, to long for. 

'^^-., ('^r5'd) 'pr.n. of a royal 
town of the Canaanites; 
'pr.n.m. 

nn^^* ('5r5') Pi. nn^, inf. 
ril"]^, imp. pi. ^1^', fut. 
ni^^, 11??, to uncover; to 
destroy, demolish; to pom- 
out, to empty. — Ni. fut. 
ni.^,'!., to be poured out. 

— Hi 'iXl'^-J^ to uncover, 
to pour out, to give up. 

— Hith. ni^rin to uncover 
oneself, to make oneself 
naked, to spread oneself. 

nn^' Csr?') f, only pi 
niiy , cleared place, 
meadow. 

n^in^f {'mm') /, c. n^ny, 

pi. rii^ny, garden-bed. 
11 j^ Cfrp'd) m wild ass. 

w.s. 'Tl^y]V., nakedness, 
bareness, the pudenda; 
shame; shameful or foul 
thing, filthiness. 
Dlny, Dly ('5rp'm) adj., 

naked, bared,- half-dressed. 



Q^^ ('5vy'm) adj., pi 
□"•pny, cunning, sly, 
crafty. 

"'.y*'^^ ('arp'c'r) m tree, 
shrub, heath. 

'^P^V,\'-rorv),^V%pr.n. 
of several towns. 

horror [others: fissure]. 
jy ('erf) pr.n.m. 

nakedness, bareness. 

•^P^iy ('^rlfia') /, only pi 
niD^I.V, grit, groats; gruel. 

^'Ti ( w'f) m, ouly 2>^ 
D'^p'IV, clouds, darkuess 
of clouds. 

D\2in,V, c. '',^n.^^, violent, 
tyrannical ; mighty, power- 
ful; tyrant; a mighty one. 

^yi^, ('«rM') adj., pi 
Q"'^''1V, forsaken, solitary, 
childless. 

^y^ i'm'^) inf T]nv, ri% 

imp. "TjiV, HDiy, A^. *iyX, 

pt. T]iv,'p?. d\dit;, _^I''^. 
-nv, f HDn^, it>?. niD^v, 

to set in order, to pre- 
pare, to arrange; to draw 
up for battle, to muster; 
to compare, to equal, to 
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260 



m 



estimate. — Ni T?.^!^- 
fut. '^^yji^-- to estimate or 
value. 

arrangenient, row, pile; 
preparation; estimation, 
value, price. 

^^V C«ir^'i) to cast away 
as profane. — Ni. hup. 
'?iyn to show one's fore- 
skin, to bare oneself. 

HV («5r?'l) adj., c. ^.ly, 

/■ n^"lV , uncircumcised. 
unclean , uuconsecrated, 
unsensible. 

ni'^lV C^'rlp'9-), foreskin; 
uncleanness, insensibility; 
unclean fruit. 
^^T i'm'm) inf. DiV to 
be cunning, crafty. — Ei. 

to act craftily, to form a 
cunning plan; to act 
prudently. 

D^IV* {'m'^) Ni. D1VJ, 
to be heaped up, to be 
amassed. 

on? sec Di"]V. 

D")y ('B'rgm) m cuiiirmii-: 
craftiness. 



riD"]^ ('Qrra5') f cunning, 
craft, prudence. 

j^Z. riipiV, D^pT*!, heap 
[of grain, of rubbish]. 

P?pnV (\irmp'n) m plane- 
tree, maple. 

j~V ('erj'n) pr.n.m.; pair. 

"llynV see "l,VhV. 

1V"]5! C^i-'^'r) arfj. naked, 
bare, forsaken. 

^^V"- i'm^i) fut. Pjiv;., to 

drop down. 

break the neck [of an 
animal]. 

forpl'), the neck, the nape. 
n?")V (\»rpr) pr.»./-. 

7Sn^ ('ttr^'f^l) m darkness, 
dark clouds. 

yiV i'm-a) inf fiv!, fut. 

fi^7_, to be afraid, to 
fear; tr. to frighten, to 
terrify. — Ni. pt. X^V.}, to 
be fearful, terrible. — HI 

l^^;i:^n, fut. x^y;:;., pt. 

]'"'7!5!p, to fear, to be 
afraid; tr. to inspire fear 
or awe. 



P,^-V 



pnV i'm-h) pt piv, to 

gnaw; others: to flee. 

^'p."!^ C^rki') pr.n.m. 

iny Cfi-rr) imp. n-jV, to 

be naked, bare; to bare 
oneself. — Pi. "lily to lay 
bare, to demolish. — Pil 
inf. 1,V1^, to lay bare. — 
Hithpalp. '^y.^^r^n to be 
bared or demolished. 

t2^"iy Ce'refi) / bedstead, 
bed, canopy-bed. 

2try (rm) m, w.s. qn^v, 

pi. c. nn":^V, plant, vege- 
table, herb, greens. 

ntry ('a65') in/- '"^^*V, 

nb^v,' fut. 'r\wT^_,' tj^yii, 
^i. h^yy, nbny, c. n^y. 
p?. D^Vy, c'^'^v, /"^.^y, 

flpl. n1^'2^i^, to work, 
labour, toil; to make, to 
create, construct, build, 
accomplish ; to acquire, 
earn, procure; to prepare; 
to offer or sacrifice; to 
appoint or constitute; to 
keep, to fulfil. — A'i. ^]^p.,, 

nt^yp_, inf. nib'vn, fut. 
^ki-^ ^.V-o pi- '^^V-^ to 

be made, done, created, 
prepared; to happen, to 



261 1,t2^V 

be. — Pi. n'^V to handle, 
to squeeze. — Pu. T\^y 
to be made, created. 

T'Knti^y ('nfij'e'l) pr.n.m. 

iL^y ('efi5'v) pr.n.m. 

"lltjJ^y ('po'r) an, w. art. 
"lib'yn, the number ten; 
decad; ten days, tenth 
day; an instrument with 
ten strings, decachord. 

h^^\VX ('afiiYi); T^m 

('ae5y5') pr.n.m. 

n^^n^^t:^*^, nn^ii^y, tenth; f 

the tenth part. 

to quarrel, to strive. 

pt^J^ ('reek) pr.w. of a well 
near Gerar. 
It^!^ (-afia'r) [den. of 1^,^] 

take the tenth part. — Pi. 
inf. Itft^y, fut. ^}?^T,, pt. 
"l.^yp, to give or take 
the tenth part. — Hi. inf. 
I'^l/yb [for '^0j;t?] the 
same as Pi. 
"ltr.V Crfigr) f m n-X^V,, 
nit^V, mtin. ten; jyl. 
ni")try decads. 

"lj?^V C?B?'r) «?, / nitf^v 

ten [in compounded num- 



)Wv 



202 



^P'^'V. 



bers from 11 to 19]; pi 
D"'1^V m and / twenty; 
the twentieth. 

p-|t^j; CJfiBjrp'n) on the 
tenth part; a measure for 
grain and meal [one tenth 
of an Epliah], 



t^V* ('5s) m a moth. 

trj^* ('5s) = i:^>^. 

Pt ? C55p'k) m oppressor, 

p^^V ('5su'k) in, only pi 
Q^iP.i^V, oppression, vi- 
olence. 

nlti^^ ('5sp'^) «(f;. forged, 
wrought. 

nii^^ C§Sv5'0) J9r.w.m. 

n^ltrj; C^si-r) adj., w. art. 

"•^Tti^'y, rich, wealthy; 
noble, distinguished ; proud, 
violent. 

)'^)l i'm'n) fxd. \^:t.,, to 

smoke, to burn. 

If^V C&gf'n) adj., pi n'^y^v,, 

smoking. 

]^^{:m'n)vi,w.art.]^;X\^.^ 
c. yilV., smoke, vapour. 

P^V ('5«.Vk) inf. ptf^^V, it;.s. 

2>«. P,i;?^v, pt. p. pr^v, 'to 

oppress, maltreat, sub- 
jugate; to cheat; to over- 



flow. — Pu. pt. p.^'V^ to 
be forced, subdued. 
PW m^k) pr.n.m. 

P^V C^'s^**) wi oppression, 
violence; extortion, unjust 
gain; grievance, distress. 

PWV^ i'mk) pr.n.m. 

•^Pr^V Cesk?') f oppression, 

distress. 

1?^? i'm'r) fut. l.ti^'y.;:, to 

be or become rich. — Hi. 

xv.s. iJICpyi, to make rich, 
to enrich; to acquire 
wealth, to become rich. — 
Hith. I'^'^'On to feigu one- 
self rich. 

('Qsrp'), riches, wealth. 
^^V ('5s?'s) to become dry, 
to grow old, to decay, to 
wither. 

to recollect, to consider. 

^^y., C^'s^O-) / device, 

artificial work. 
n^in^J^ CSstu'O-) / thought, 

opinion. 

-itrv ^nt^^j; («^gtr -^flrr), 
nntpv \::itf^ (M§t?' -^er?') 

»i?<7n. eleven, the eleventh. 

n:n^^j? C^strn^o-) /, only 



fi. w.s. vn3rtf^"v, tiiougiit, 

plan. 

a Plienician goddess, 
Astarte, also called ^^;^*^<.; 
^l. statues or different 
forms of A.; increase of 
the flock. 
n*l"ir,li^^ ('^st5ro'*) pr.n., 
c. nl'iri^'V, a city in 
Bashan. 

D^nV, ninV, time, right 
or proper time, season; 
pZ. circumstances, courses 
of time, occurrences, events. 

of a town in Zehulon, w. 

loc. n y nn>;. 

nnv r^o-a'd) k. nnv to 

make ready, to prepare. — 
Hith."\^yl^^ to be destined, 
prepared. 

T\7\]i {'m^) adv. now, at 
present; then, presently, 
soon. 

n^ny see n^n^. 

he-goat; leader. 



3 pf:v 

*'jnV ('itti') «^i- opportune, 
convenient. 

Tny ('55-i'd) arfj., ;p;. 

niTOV, nniH^;, ready, 
prepared, skilful; flpl. fu- 
ture things, future destiny; 
treasures. 
^^J^V. C^O-fyf') pr.n.m. 

p^f?V ('?^i'**) «^i- splendid, 
stately. 

p^riy C&ttrk) adj., pi 

D"'lP.''n^2, removed [from 
the breast], weaned; old. 

^f^^ ('«5-5'^) pr.n. of a town 
in Judah. 

^,2^^ C^^l^'y) pr.w.in. 

n^^Sn^ ('ao-jiy?'), ^n;^ni^ 

('a^-aiy^'hij) pr.n.m. and /". 

OPV C5^-a'm) M. DnV.^ to 

he burnt, to he parched up. 

^:n^ ('Q^ni');^N^ji^v Cq^- 

ni'e'l) pr.n.m. 

PPV ('5^rk) /-u^. pr.v.^ to 

he removed, to be ad- 
vanced, to become old; to 
be released, freed. — Hi. 

to displace, remove, trans- 
fer, advance; to take away. 
pnV ('$0-5'k) adj. arrogant, 
bold, wanton. 



pn^ 



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PPV ('§a-rii) adj. old [and 
good]; solid; splendid. 

^PV* ('56xVr) /w^ -iny.^ to 

pray, to supplicate. — Ni. 
inVJ, inf. TivVa, /w<- 
"iny^V, to let oneself be 
entreated, to hear [a 
prayer]. — Hi. *i''PV'^i *""*?• 

pz. n\;:iV'j, a«. "i^pvi, to 

pray, to supplicate. 

"IPV* ('^^^''r) A^«. iny.4 to 



be abundant or plentiful. 
— Hi. "l^PVn to make 
abundant, to multiply. 

"IPV i'^H'r) m, c. iny, 

fragrance, perfume ; wor- 
shipper, suppliant. 

"'C',? i'^'Hr) pr.n. of a 
town in Simeon. 

^If}^* ('«^§'r^9) /abundance, 
riches. 



^5 ^ the seventeenth letter 
of the alphabet, called NB, 
^§ [= n^ mouth]; as a 
numeral = 80, ?] = 800. 

i>B see hD. 

HKE) (p5V) Hi. fut. nX91, 

w.s. Dn"'NpX, to blow 

away, to scatter. 

side, quarter, region. 
district; extremity, border, 
corner. 
"IND (p5'^'r) n iSr?, t»/. 
"ISB, /■««. HNS], to adorn, 
beautify, glorify; to glean 
from a fruit-tree \den. of 

n"jNs]. — mth. "iNEr.n to 

be glorified, to glorify 



oneself; to boast, to glory; 

to declare, to speak plainly. 
ItSS (p='fr) m, pi. D^N?, 

c. ''.l^',?; head-dress, tur- 
ban, chaplet, tiara. 
nnSS (porr) and n"ixp 

(pur5') / green branch, 

bough, top-branch. 
"lilSS (pjra'r) m redness, 

flush, 
j^^^ (p^Li-^'n) pr.n. of a 

desert. 
^^ (p$g) ?n, only pi. D^ilS, 
, unripe fig. 
^^^T> (Piggu'l) 7u, 7>Z. D^,V^D, 

filth, what is putrified, 

unclean, abominable. 
V}^ {n^r) inf. ^'.i?, imp. 

y-i?, fut. V^D:, to meet 



with, to push against, to 
strike, to hit, to attack; 
to entreat; to intercede 
for, to help; to reach to. 
to border upon. — Hi. 

to cause to fall on, to lay 
upon; to assail; to inter- 
cede, to entreat. 

^^^. (p^V^*) ''^ event, chance. 

IjB (pa^^'r) Pi. I^S to be 
languid, lazy. 

"l.?S (pe'fer) m, pi. Dn;?, 
c. ''I^?, body, corpse, dead 
bod3^ 

^^? (P9?rs) fut. tj^'i)?:, to 

fall upon, to attack, to 
strike, to meet, to come 
together. — Ni. \lf^^^) to 
meet one another. — Pi. 
B^'^P), fut. m^], to hit, to 
meet one another. 

nis (p5da') inf. niD, nii^, 

imp. ni^, fut. n"7.?% pt. 
nniS, yt. p. ""nB, to re- 
deem, to ransom, to free; 
to dismiss, to rescue. — 
Ni. fut. Tr\B\ to be re- 
deemed, to be released. — 
Hi. pf. w.s. n^?."l to cause 
to be redeemed. — Ho. inf. 
n,'n?rjl to be redeemed. 



5 ns 

^Kri^s (p^d^h'ri); i^^n^? 

(p^djBu'r) pr.n.m. 

''"^7? (p54u'y) wi, only pi. 
P^l?) ransom, redemption. 

1 iT (p54?'ii) pr.n.m. 

nnS, n"[S (p'^y'^) / re- 
demption, deliverance; di- 
vision, separation, interval. 

y5'hv) pr.n.m. 
°"^n^ (Pldyom), I^IS (pidl- 
yp'n) m redemption-money. 

n? (p$dd5'n) m, c. ]^% xv. 
loc. n nJ-.i, plain, flat, 
field; DIn; "j>3 plain of 
Syria, i. e. Upper Meso- 
potamia. 

Vll {p54^-) imp. V,19 to 

deliver, to rescue. 
*I*J,? (pe'der) m fat, grease. 

•^^ (pe) w. c. ^$, w.s. ">?>, 
Jl'^D, VD and IH^B, H"'©, 
DH^B and iD^B, 'p?- °''? 
and ni-B, mouth, bill; 
opening, entrance; edge, 
border, side; mouthful, 
portion; ""p?, 'Dp according 
to; "'B"?^ in proportion to, 
according to command or 
to one's assertion. 

HD (po), lB, adv. here, in 
this place; hither. 



n8iB 



P^S 



MOiS (pu'&') pr.n.m. 

y]i (pq^) fut. :i^s;, ^b^l 

(v$yyr%), to be cold, 
chilled, torpid ; to be weak. 

— Ni. :iiBJ, 1. sg. ^'?J'B;, 

to be benumbed, to be 
without vital force. 
n^^S (pvi^5') / intermission, 
cessation. 

n^s [n'"^) fut. n^D;, to 

breathe, to blow, to be- 
come cool. — Hi. n"'Bn, 
inf. nsn, fut. n^D^, to 

breathe or blow through; 
to blow up; to speak, to 
utter; to address harshly. 
tD^S (put) pr.n. of a people 
in Africa, Libyans. 

b«^tp^s (pv'trri); ls''Pie 

(poWr); V1D ^tpiS (pp'ti 
f^'r^*) pr.n.m. 

"ItD Is (ppt?'r) wi a breaking- 
out; see ItiB. 

TJ'^lB (pud^) »n antimony; 
eye-paint; mortar, cement. 

/IB (ppi) m bean. 

^"IB (pul) pr.n. of an un- 
known people, perh. the 
same as tSID. 

T'lS (ptji) pr.n.w. 

"1^5 (pun) fut. I^D;, 1. «(/. 



HJiEX, to become weak, 
helpless. 
n3lS (ppn^') 7n comer [for 

•>;?]• 

V (pCini') pr.n.m..! pair. 

of an unknown ")1S. 
P^S (punp'ii) pr.n. of a town 

in Edom. 
n;^1S (pu'$') pr.n./. 
y^B (puB) imp. pZ. ^^S, fid. 

T^?T' P^- P- T'^' ^° scatter, 
disperse; to be scattered, 
to be spread out; to over- 
flow. — M. ^iD^, pt. fis:, 
/ n^lDjI, to be scattered, 
dispersed; to disperse one- 
self. — Pil. "f.^JlB to dash 
in pieces. — Pilp. Y^^^ 
to dash to pieces. — Bi. 

r^pn, inf ]>^2n, fut. i>\d;, 

j'SP-, pt. Y'P^, to scatter, 
disperse, destroy; to di*ive 
away; to pour forth; to be 
dispersed. — Hith. ]*)? i^riH 
to be dashed to pieces, to 
be reduced to dust. 

p-3* (puk) pf pS, to waver, 

to totter. — m. fut. p^s; 

to be unsteady. 
p-a"" (puk) ///. P'fin. fut. 

p"'p;. pD;, pt. pi Q^p;sp. 

to let go out, to send 
forth, to supply; to obtain; 



np^is 



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°ni 



to bring to an end, to 
cany out. 

npJiS (puka') / stumbling- 
block. 

"IIS* (pijr) Hi. "i^sn to 
frustrate; see 1T.B. 

"IIS^ (pur) m,, pi. Dni2, 
lot; pi. the feast of Purim. 

nn*2> (pyr?') /■ wine-press; 
a measure for liquids. 

Knn iS (p5'r?[0-a') pr.n.m. 

^^^ (pys) pf. pi ^B, 
nm'B [for DP>'f"S], to leap 
or caper about, to prance, 
to be proud. — Ni. ti^lSJ 
to be scattered about. 

^p^B (puO-r) pr.n.vi. 

tS (pfz) m pure gold, re- 
fined gold. 

ft?* (pfz^'z) ^0. _p^ tDID, 
to be purified, refined. 

ra^ (pfzaz) fut. id;, to be 
flexible, supple. — Pi. pt. 
TTDt? to leap, to dance. 

11? (pfz^r) |)«. _p. /. ni^i?, 

to scatter, to lead astray. 

— Ni. 11?^ to be scattered. 

— PI "Ij.b, fut. "i.-is;, to 

scatter, disperse; to dis- 
tribute largely. 

ns* (p^^) m, i.p. ns, pi. 

D''nB , suare , trap - net ; 
danger, calamity. 



nS* (p?ic|) jn, pi. D^HB, c. 
^ns, plate of metal. 

*ins (pae^«L'd) /■««. in?^, to 

tremble, to quake, to be 
afraid; to palpitate with 
joy. — Pi. fut. "inS), pt. 
nnDp, to be afraid, timid, 
cautious. — Hi. T'Hfin to 
make tremble. 

^D^^ (pae^^d) m, ip. ^r\B, 
iv.s. fl^ns, fear, terror, 
awe; object of fear. 

"^D,?^ (p&'^ad) w, only pi. 
^v.s. V,7P,i, the loins [the 
testicles]. 

nirB (p^^d?') /fear, terror. 

nns (pg^r) m, c. nne, p?. 

nins, c. mine, [Babylonian 
or Persian] governor, 
prefect, pasha. 

ins (p5^rz) pt. p^. -onqD, 

to be frivolous, wanton, 
fickle. 

*^n,? (p^'^$z) wi a boiling 
over, wautouness. 

n^TnS (p^'^azij'^) /• boast- 
fulness. 

np? (pf^g-'^) -ffi. nsn, m/. 

nsn, to ensnare, to fetter. 
^''Pl (p?i^rm) wi glow, heat, 

lightning [or pi. of PIS]. 
DnS (p^^i'm) m live coal. 



nns 



268 



m 



nnS (p,i'i-^(iy) m [and /■]. 

pi. D''nnB, pit, fissure: 

destruction. 
nSli3 rinS (p^'^i^ mp'5'i?) 

pr.n.jji. 

nnns (p-^ro-^a-) / sunken 

spot [made by the leprosy 
of garments]. 

nntpS (pitdr) f a precious 
stone, topaz. 

TitpS, ™S: -1*>pS, see 
lis. 

ti^'ipS (p^ttl's) »i hammer. 

1^3 {p5trr) /««. 1^5?:, /^«. 
p. I^tp?' *° split, to break 
open, to let out; pt. p. 
burst open flower, gar- 
land; one set free or made 
exempt. — Hi. '^^'P'^^^, fui. 
T'^tppi, to gape with the 
lips in mockery. 

ItpS (p§'t§r) m a breaking 
through; what breaks 
through, first-born. 

nntpS (pitr5') / first-born. 

''S see n^. 

nDa'^iD (pi b^i'D^d-) pr.n. of 
a city in lower Egypt, 
Bubastis. 

*7^S (p|(j) wi misfortune. 

HI^ (p?yr) /; only pi. nVD, 
edge [=" n?]. 



see n?. 

of a place in Egypt, 
n^? (pi'"^) m ashes, dust. 

^?^? (pld^o'l) pr.n.m. 

tr:'^;S (pUc'^b) and tT'.^^S 
(piiirR^s) /, i(;.5. ^^'h% pi. 
^^^]t^, c. ■'.li';^?, con- 
cubine; prostitute. 

nO'iD (pimr) / fat, fatness. 

D^r? (pi'n^^rfi); i:^B (pi- 

np'u) pr.n.m. 

^^^'r>^P (pi'flyyp'O-) fipl. 

mouths, edges. 
p**? (pik) m a tottering. 
']1tr''S (pisc'n) pr.n. of a 

river in Paradise. 
^in^'S (piO-9'n) pr.n.m. 
"^5 (p^c^) m flask, bottle. 

n?2> (P5c^5') Pi. p«. n?.?^?, 

to flow out, to drip. 

hSBB'bjyi'm) pr.n.m. 

S^3 (P515') M. N^SJ, Ai<. 
N?D:, p<. pi. □\SJDJ, / 

nlNfpj, nxi??):, to be 

distinguished, to be singu- 
lar, extraordinary, wonder- 
ful, miraculous, astonish- 
ing, hard ; pt. flpl. wondrous 



N"?© 



269 



t5>5 



things, miracles. — Pi. 
NPS, inf. N^B, to separate, 



to 



consecrate. — Hi. 



«»/. "N^?n,' i<^^?n,' /««. 

N??!, pi. J<|??D,"to make 
extraordinary, wonderful, 
to act miraculously, mar- 
vellously; to consecrate, 
to sanctify.— i/t7/i. i^^.^T^ri 
to show oneself extra- 
ordinary. 

pi D^N*^? and HliSJ?. 
wonder, wonderful thing 
or deed, miracle. 

*>Kb2» (piiT) adj., f ^;^<^B, 
wonderful. 
HOST'S (p°l5yi') pr.n.m. 
IpS^S (pil'g'fier) see n^^n. 

^^5^ (palsi'g) iVi. ^,£?^ to be 

divided. — Pi. ^,^3, tjnp. 

Jl7B, to divide, to make 

discordant. 
:hs] (pg'%) m, pi d;^^?. 

c. '',^.'?i, river, brook, stream. 

-^P,? (p§'%) pr.n.m. 

H-^?^ (p^l?igg?') /■, only pi 
nlil^B, division of a family, 
kindred, clan; brook. 

n^7B (p^lygg^') / division, 
class. 



^U^ (pliir^^g) /see tS^^.^^B. 

nn^s (pn^d?') or n^^D 

(pCild5') /; only pi ni^Jf, 
iron, steel [scythes of 
war-chariots]. 
t^^pS (plldrs) pr.n.i». 

n^s (pur) M. n^?; to be 

separated, singled ^ out, 
preferred. — Hi. H/?*, 

imp. n/?n, fut. n??!, to 

distinguish, to select, to 
favour. 

^ V- (polls') pr.n.m. 

rhs (paia'^) 7>«. n^s, to 
cleave, to plough, to 
furrow. — Pi. Hl?, fut. 
n^B^ to cleave, to cut in 
pieces, to let break forth, 
to bring forth. 

M^S (pg'i§^) m piece, slice, 
the half; 3D1 H^B the 
upper mill-stone ; rr'nClFl ""B 
the lower mill-stone. 

**^P?? (pll^?') pr.n.m. 

^?? (paia't) to escape. — 
Pi. ^jB. inf. and imp. 
't:,^B, 'fut. ti,^B^, pt. D^BO, 
to let escape, to deliver, 
to let slip forth, to bring 
forth; intr. to escape. — 
Hi. fut. tD^,^?l, tD,^?:i, to 
save, to rescue, to bring 
into safety. 



t5>? 



270 



"•n^B 



^?? (P5irt) «i, only j^Z. 
D^tpp?, a fugitive, who 
has escaped. 

^?? (p&n?'t) m deliverance. 
tD^D (pg'l^t) pr.n.m. 

ntp^s (p5i?t5') see nu^i??. 
?N>p^D (p^itrn); n^*t?r? 

(p«l^ty5'), I'lr*^^? (pH$ty5'- 
hu); n^^? (p'lfy?') pr.n.m. 
"h^ and ><\^?^ (pnr) at?/- / 
nx^^?, wonderful. 

tD*'_?5 (p5irt), t:]^B (p5irt) 

fugitive, one saved or 
escaped. 

c. np v? , deliverance, 
escape, remnant. 

'^^^?. (p$U'l), 1", only 2>^- 

D'','?^'??, Q>_?^?, judge. 

Hr?? (P'HI^O / judgment, 
decision of an umpire. 

yV? (p^UU') cidj. judicial; 
f nj^^,?? judgment. 

circuit, district 
stick; spindle. 
hbj^ (piji^'i) Pi, ^b, /•H^ 
'?.^?), to judge, decide, 
punish; to adjudge; to 
think. — Hith. i^M^n to 



w.s. Ip^?. 
staff. 



act as arbiter or mediator; 
to pray [to God]. 

^.^?(p5i5'i); n;^^^ (pn^iy^-) 

pr.n.m. 

V^r'^ (p^lmoni'), IJ"^? (p'lp- 
nl') acy. JH such a one, a 
certain one, an unnamed 

one. 

D^S (p5i^'6) PL qb, fut. 
D^S;, to make level, to 
prepare [a path]; to weigh 
[den. of D^BJ. 

Dps (pg'igfi) ,n a balance. 

to burst, to be shaken, to 
tremble. 

^^^^ (p$imBu'0-) / trem- 
bling, terror, horror. 

to roll oneself. 

^^^? (p^ir§^9) pr.«., the 
land of the Philistines, 
Philistia [hence Palestine]. 

^W^^ iv'mV) pr.n.m., pi. 
D^n^''??J, D^^ntp>p, Phi- 
listine. 

^^S (pri^O-) pr.n.m. 

T?? ( P'lf^i' ) P'-n.7». 
[Philistine, or runner, 
courier], body-guard of 
king David, together with 



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nps 



"|S (pgn) conj. that not, 
lest. 

^,5? (p$nn^'^) m sweet cake. 

njB (pfn5') inf. HJD, nlf?, 

l^ni, p«. nJ9, ;>L D^JB, to 

turn \intr?[, to turn to, to 
turn away; to go, to look. 

— Pi. n^3, imp. pi. ^3i, 
to remove, to drive away, 
to clear. — Hi. ri^?n, inf. 

nl:?n, fut. is^;., to tm-n 

[tr. and intr.], to flee. — 
^o. T]^\^r\ to be turned or 
directed. 

M^S (pfne') m, only pi. 
D^JD, c. '',A?, face, counte- 
nance , surface , front ; 
appearance, exterior, per- 
son; ''JB"'?ii5 to the front of, 
before;'- r:B"n^ before ;- 
^JD? in sight of, in presence 
of, before, sooner than; 

- ''J^D, ''J?^p from before, 
by reasoij of; — "|J?^"7V 
before, -over against, upon 
the surface, over the sur- 
face. 

niS (pinuii') f c. n^S, pi 
nijD, pinnacle, corner, 
turn; pillar, chief, prince. 

7jS1iS (p^uq'fi) pr.n. of a 



town beyond the Jordan; 
pr.n.m. 
**p? (p^ni') m, ouly pi. 

b^^J? = D^rJ? see V^C. 

'^?''r ? (p'oi'm?) adv. within, 
in the interior; Hp^J?? 
to within, in the inside 
of, inwardly; nipl^fD from 
within. 

^'p^^B (p^ulml') adj., /n^p^Jp, 
interior, inner. 

']^,DS (pSni'n) m, Ouly pi. 
D'^rJ?), coral, pearl. 

Ht- : (P"iilan5') pr.n.f. 

p:s (p^n^'k) Pi. pt. p,;sp, 

to fondle, indulge. 
DS (p§fi) m, only pi. 
D"'B5, extremity; flJnp 
□''DB a long tunic with 
sleaves [others : a garment 
with stripes]. 

'^■i? (plfiS-'?) ■?*«• itnp. pi. 

UIpB, to pass through, to 

walk through. 
n^pS (piBga') ;>v.n. of a 

mountain ridge in Moab. 
npS (piBfir) /, c. nDB, 

plenty, abundance. 

nos (pffiiL'^) m/"- niDB, /■«<<. 
np?', i>«. pz- Q^npB, to 

pass through, to pass over, 



riDs 



to spare ; to halt, to waver 
[in opinion]. — Ni. fut. 
nCD^ to become lame. — 
Pi. fut. HED] to leap, to 
hobble, to dance. 

HD^ (p§'e$c^) m, i.p. npB, 
pi. DT\C^, a sparinir, 
exemption; the passover- 
feast, the paschal lamb. 

npS (p^fifac^) pr.n.m. 

npS (pllier^e^) adj., pi. 
□■•nDS, lame. 

^''pS (paB'i'i) m, only pi. 
wb'D^, c. ''bvf, cast or 
carved image, idol; pi. 
pr.n. of a place. 

^P^ {p?B§^'ci^) pr.n.m. 

<?? (p5D$'l) imp. ^b^, fut. 

'^t^\ to hew, cut, carve. 
7pS (pg'B^l) w, i.p. ^DB, 

w.s. '','?9^> carved or cast 

idol. 
Dps (pp^'B) to cease, to 

disappear. 
nSpS (piDpr) ;>r.w.«i. 

^.?? (p5'r) fut. nv?^ to 

groan, to pant. 

I^S (p5'u') /)/•.?<. of a toAvu 
in Idumea. 

"llipS (p8'p'r) py..«. of a 

mountain in Moab; '^ 'l'^ 
a deity worshipped there. 



27^ n:;;| 

<^? (p5'a'i) [in poetry = 

pi. c. "".^y^, to do, make, 
form, create, accomplish, 
prepare. 

(pg'oip'), pi- °'',<'V?' work, 
deed, action, business; 
product, achievement; gain, 
wages, reward. 

^^V^ (p'-yiir) /, c. n^yp, 

p^ m •?>•?, npv?, a doing, 
performing; wages, reward. 

r r-*^ : (P^'yltl') pr.n.m. 

Q.^? (pr^m) inf., w.s. lO^S, 
to beat, strike, impel. — 
Ni. D;^*?:, fut. D}:B]. to be 
moved, stirred. — Hith. 
DV^O-^ to be agitated. 

Cy? (p&"$ra) /• and m, i.p. 
QV3. p?. Q'PV?: <^- '.^V.?, 
c?M. D;'P>^2, stroke, anvil; 
tread, step, pace; with 
numerals = times, turns; 
sing, once; du. twice; 
OV,?n this time. 

•^PV,? (pri"am5') /, only pi. 
mrpv?, [artificial] foot. 

^1D^*S (p.V'am^'n) wj, ;>/. 

D;jbyD, bell, clock. 

npyS ( p^"an?'a£^ ) see 



t;s 



273 



^m 



n^S (pf'^'r) to open the 
mouth, to gape. 

^^>'5 (pcV'ara'y) pv.n.m. 

M^S (paBa'j imiK .Ti?. fut. 
HikSV pL m'42, to open 
wide [the mouth]; to de- 
liver, rescue. 

n;^S (paBa'iD) imp. ^n'v?. 
'H^B, fut. n'^?% to break 
out into joy, to rejoice. — 
Pi. DiB, to break in 
pieces. 

ny$^ (p'^Bii-a') / bluntness. 
duhiess. 

b^^ (paBa'i) Pi. fut. b);B] 
to peel off. 

n^^S (peBair) /, only pi 
rl'p'i^, a peeling, peeled 
spot. 

D^S (paBa'm) to split, to 
rend. 

y^S (paB^") inf t^B, pt. 
p. VijJ2, c. Vi'4f ' t*^ ^^^^ 
wound, crusli. 

y^S (pe'Br) m, i.p. V^B, 

"•^^^B, a wound. 

1>;i?S (piBBe'B) pr.Ji.»«. 

n^S (paBar) /.,/. 1;^?^ to 
press, to urge. — Hi. inf 
1.^?n [for l^^nj to be 

Hebiew-Eiio-lifh. 



obstinate or stubborn; inf. 
obstinacy, rebelliousness. 

If .5. ""T^pS (pykdi') , imp. 

Tp?, /•»«. Tp?^ ^.«. ipiB, 

p^ p. pi. D"''lR?r <J- "".I^P?, 

/" r~p?, to visit, inspect, 
muster, review, number; 
to care for; to look for, 
to miss; to chastise, 
punish ; to cause to inspect, 
to appoint, to charge with, 
to entrust; pt. p. an of- 
ficer, overseer. — Ni. *Tp.DJ, 
inf. IpBH, fut. "rpe:, to be 
visited, punished, mustered, 
missed; to be set over. — 
Pi. pt. *fp.S^ to muster. — 
Pu. "Ip.p to be mustered; 
to be punished; to want. 

— Hi. n^p.sn, imp. "ipsn, 

fut. l^p.?l, ■ ip.?:i, to' ap- 
point, to set over; to en- 
trust or charge with; to 
deposit or lay up. — Ho. 
pt. "ii^?P to be appointed, 
to be set over; to be 
punished; to be deposited. 

— Hith. ^p^rn to be 
mustered, numbered. 

n^f^s (p^kydda') /, c. n"pB, 

pi. ri1"lp?, a numbering^ 
mustering, review; visita- 
tion, puiiisliment: charge, 
18 



tw ^ 

service, care, watch, of- 
fice; goods in trust, stores, 
property. 

^ilj^S (pikkfdp'n) m goods 
in trust, deposit. 

nnpS (p^lcIdCi'O-) / over- 
sight, office. 

n^pS (p^ku'd) w, only pi. 
DHipB, c. "'.I'p?, ii num- 
bering, mustering. 

I^I^D (plkku'd) m, only pi. 
□n-ipS, c. nipB, precept, 
order, command. 

nj^? (p^k^'c^) inf. np2, 

np?, rj»p. np.?, /•»«. np_?:, 

2><. np.B, to open [the eyes 
or ears], to be watchful; 
to open one's eyes, to 
make one see. — A'l. np.?J, 
flit. np.p% to be opened, 
to get sight or under- 
standing. 
nj^S (pg'k$d^) pr.n.m. 

nj^S (plkkc'a^) adj., pi. 

CnpD, open-eyed, seeing, 

intelligent. 
Ht'?!^? (p^'k^^yr) pr.n.m. 

nipTips [npnp?] {r*^m 

kp'a^) m an opening, 
loosening, deliverance. 

t^'pS (pskl'd) m, c. n^p5, 
pi. Dn"'p?, officer, over- 



4 -1.15 

seer, prefect, magistrate, 

commander. 
V|?S (p^'kj') m, only pi. 

D^^Vp?, an architectural 

ornament in the shape of 

cucumbers or coloquints. 
n;f S (pijkko'r) /, only pi. 

^V,\r = : gourd, cucumber. 

pumpkin or coloquint. 
"ID (p§r) m, i.p. "12, pi. 

D""!©, a bull, young 

bullock; victim, offering. 
«;]2» (p5r9') Bi. fut. Xn?:, 

to bring forth, to bear fruit. 

wild ass, culan. 

uN jS (pir'9;'ra) pr.n.m. 

12ns (pjrbs'r) and 1]15 
(p$rv5'r) m, pi. D''1\']B, 
portico on the western 
side of the temple-building, 
open summer house; others: 
suburb. 

"TIS (p5rj!L'd) to spread out. 
— Ni. "1,19^, inf and imp. 

nipn, fui. 11B], pt. n-^?J, 

to be parted, divided, 
separated, scattered; pt. 
going one's own way, 
whimsical. — Pt. fut. 1^^] 
to separate oneself, to go 
aside. — Pu. pt. 1,^2P to 
be separated, isolated. — 



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275 



n"iB 



El T';ifr\, inf. I'l^ri, fut. 

T*]!?!- to separate, diTide, 
disperse. — Hith. "ll^T^^^ to 
be dispersed, to separate 
oneself. 
TIS (pg'r^d) w, w.s. ni?, 
pi Dni?, c. niB, a mule. 

nnns (pirdrv) /•, e. nni?, 

she-mule. 

n^lS (pi^rydd?') /, only j^l. 

nnh.?, seed-corn, grains. 

^1^1? (p»rde'fi) w, ^)^. 
D''p'l"!|), park, pleasure- 
garden ; hence Paradise 
[Persian]. 

n^S^ (parr) imp. HI?, n?, 

n"J3, to break forth, to be 
fertile, to bear fniit; to 
bring forth [children]. — 

Hi. n"i?n, fut. n-]?!, ipx 

pt. XV. s. fl"]?^, to make 
fruitful. 

nnS^ (pfr5') /■ young cow, 

heifer. 
•^1^^ (pfr?') pr.n. of a town 

in Benjamin. 

•^il? (pera') /, ouly pi. 
ni"l©, mouse or rat. 

nnS see NIC, 

•^n? (PVra'); Nin? (p^rydr) 



'',111© see ni^. 

U^ J7 (p5ru'"£^) pr.n.m. 

^?,ri? (pCirv^'ylm) pr.n. of a 
gold-region. 

m? see in"]B. 

I^IS (pfry'r) ?n pot, kettle. 

T"l.g (prrgz) or ns (p?rr5'z) 
«i, only pZ. Q"|n?' niler, 
chief, leader; others: po- 
pulace , country - people, 
crowd. 

nn? (P^r5zr) /, only pi. 
nlllS open country. 

)'[ V- (p^razo'n) «i, w.s. 
iJln©, open country, peas- 
antry; others: ruler, leader. 

^tnS (p^'razl') adj. living in 
the open country, country- 
man, peasant. 

*1 IS (p^rizzl') pr.n.m. of a 
Canaanitish tribe. 

nn?\ p«. DID, / nnis, to 

burst forth, to sprout, to 
blossom; to break out; to 
thrive, prosper; to fly. — 

Hi. nn?n, fut. nn?i, to 

cause to blossom; intr. to 
blossom, flourish, thrive. 

n"],? (pe'r$f^) >n, w.s. Cn"]B, 
^^. Q'^ni^, sprout, blossom; 
blossom-shaped ornament. 
18* 



nn")© (pTrf^5') / brood. 

rabble, mob. 
^1^ (P^i-Ci't) pf. tons, to 

sing foolishly. 

tons (p^'rgt) lu single berrv 
[fallen off in the vintage]. 

^'^^ (p'M') w, i/>. ''1^, w.s. 
VIB, fruit; offspring; re- 
sult, consequence. 

Kn''"]S (p^rld?') pr.n.m. 

pi. n^yi%. c. ^,^n£, 

violent, wild; tyrant, rob- 
ber, oppressor. 

T]"]5 (p^'r^d)) m oppression. 

npnS (pgrp'c^^a-) and Pi^^B 

(p§,r5'c^^0-) / curtain [before 

the holy of holies]. 

D^S (pgr^'m) fut. Di?% to 
rend, to tear. 

><ritrD^S (p$rmjst5') pr.n.m. 
[Persian]. 

^.■^ I? (p^rn?'d^) pr.n.m. 

[Persian]. 
Cin2>'(p5rji'fi) inf. Die, fut. 

0^9? , to break [bread]. 

to distribute. — M. D'1?n. 

pt. Dn?D, f npn?*^, 'to 

cleave, divide [the hoof], 
to have a cloven hoof. 

DIS)* (p^iTi'ii) pr.n. of a 



6 12! 

country, Persia, i.p. Dl^; 
gent. ''D"]?. 

D"1S (prr^B) :», />^ c. "'pie, 

hoof, cloven foot, claw; 
a species of eagle. 

c. nlDll, hoof, claw, 
cloven foot. 

V^ [nvr) inf. *^np, fut. 
Vl?^ ^<.;?. ^12, to loosen, 
dismiss, absolve; to make 
bare; to reject; to lead, 
to be at the head. — Ni. 
fut. V"l£^ to be unruly. — 

Hi. tn.?n, fut. vn?i, to 

make unruly; to free [from 
work]. 

^1^* (pg'rJ') w, only pi 
nlVJ?, c. niVle, leader, 
prince. 

^"!^* (pg'r^') m the hair. 

•^i^l? (piSirV) m title of 
the kings of Egypt, 
Pharaoh. 

^*V": - (P^i"*?'^) "' ^ stinging 
insect, flea. 

^jlni^nS (plr%i9-o'n) pr.ii. of 

a town in Ephraim. 
nSnS (j,$rp{t'r) pr.w. of a 
river near Damascus. 

7:1? (pui-^vB) /«/-. vi?, 1*^.?, 



277 



tr'is 



break, to demolish, to tear ' 
dowu, to make a breach, 
to scatter; intr. to rush 
upon, to spread; to in- 
crease, to overflow. — Ni. 
pt. "[^ISJ to be spread, 
diffused, to be common. — 
Pii. pt. f ^%'^r^ to be 
broken down. — Hith. 
'in^nn to separate one- 
self, to run away. 

yi??.* (pe'reB) m, i.p. Y^B, 
2?^.'D^li"l?, c. '',^1?, breach, 
gap, fissure; a breaking- 
through, attack, defeat. 

yiB* (pg'rgB) pr.n.m. ; pair. 

n^"l? (p^rBa') /, only pi. 
nl^ip, breach. 

pnS (pfrsL'k) fut. pi?% pt. 
pns, to break off, to tear 
to pieces; to tear away, 
to deliver, to set free. — 
Pi- p,"]P, imp- pi- ''I?!^, /"«'• 
pn?:5 P«- P.^-?^' to tear 
off, to break to pieces. — 
Hith. p,"!?^'^ to be broken; 
to tear off from one- 
self. 

p^l (p5ra'k) «i, c. p.l?, 
lump, bit; others: broth, 
soup. 



pis (pg'rgk) m violence, 
murder; cross-way, fork. 

"^.l? (pm'r) in/. "I'iS, to 
break in pieces, to crush. 

— Hi. IDH, "IDH, in/- and 

imp. IS-, /h'^ id;, -i^s;, 

ip;^, _p^ 1DD, to break, 
dissolve, violate; to frus- 
trate, annihilate, annul. — 
Ho. fut. 1?.^ to be dis- 
solved, destroyed. — Po. 
Ills to cleave, to divide. 

— Pilp- 1?:1? to crush, to 
shatter.— 7/i7/i. lllsr^H to 
be torn asunder,tobe shaken. 

t^^ns (pii-rB) fut. ti'iD^ pt. 

ti'lB, pi. D\bns, c. \triD, 

p«'. ;?. / n;^m'?,'pz. nlti^n"?, 

to divide, to break in pieces, 
to distribute; to spread out, 
to expand. — Ni. fut. B^lS^ 
to be dispersed, scattered. 

— Pi. tS^HB, inf b\l£, w.s. 
DD'fIB, fut. 1:^12^, to 
spread out, to scatter. 

^nS (par^s) inf ^'"1 © , to 
divide, to distinguish, to 
declare distinctly. — Ni. 
■2fl^) to be dispersed, 
scattered. — Pu. t^',12 , pt. 
ti'l^bt?, to be declared 

distinct! v; pt. distinctiv, 
plainly."— Hi. fut. \V^^l 
\ to sting, to wound. 



^,1^ 



278 



nntj^B 



t^n? (p5rrg) in, pi D>,tr-1B, 
horse [for riding and war- 
chariots]; rider, horseman. 

excrement, dung. 

^ J^ (p^'r^s) pr.n.m. 

]ri^'^^ (p^Lrsg'g^n) m tran- 
script, copy [Persian]. 

] ' jP Jr (p^rs^lp'n) m, w- loc. 
n nJT^^'IB, fork between 
the legs; others: evacuation 
of excrements [^'!)^^], or 
flat roof. 

distinct declaration, ex- 
planation. 
tti^nS* (p$rse'z) to spread out. 

pr.n.m. [Persian]. 

nis (p^rr-9-) or rii?""'.n^, 

pr.n., the river Euphrates. 
Vrp (ppr5'^) / fruit-tree. 

ntrS (p5B5') inf. ntrS, fid. 
n^?^, to spread. 

V)^B (ppr) fut. 1. 5(7. 

n^^?i<, to stride, to ad- 
vance, to rush upon. 

Vt^S (p^'B^') ni step, stride. 

RtrS (p^B^k) pt. p.b^lB, to 
open wide [the lips]. — 
A*, fut. p,t?^D) to spread 
out [the feet]. 



^=> (p^s) m folly, haugh- 
tiness. 

n^? (Pfg^'rf)) Pi. fid. r\}^%, 
to tear in pieces. 

fut. i:t^?% t:;^'"?^, m^r! to 

spread out, to roam about; 
to put off, to lay aside, to 
strip. — Pi. \^}^B, inf 
tttt'i, to strip, spoil, 
plunder. — Hi. ti^SJ'^n, inf. 
tD;^'?n, fut. D^*^'?l', to cause 
to put off; to strip off, to 
take off; to flay. — Hith. 
i:^^il|in to strip oneself. 
Vp^ inU") inf yt2^S, fid. 

v;^'?^ pt. t^.^, pi. D'vt^'s, 

to sin, to transgress, to 
rebel, to be refractory. — 
Ni. pt. Vti'"?:, to be of- 
fended. 
V^^. (pe'sr) m, i.p. V*^\B, 
IV. s. "'Vtf'?, pi D>*^"P,'c. 
"•ytfB, transgression, sin, 
wickedness, faithlessness, 
apostasy; sin - offering; 
punishment for sin. 

'^WP (pf's^r) m explanation, 
interpretation. 

n^9 (pfg^o-) f u'.s. ""nrp'?, 
pi D^m'B, c. "'np*?,'fiax, 
linen. 

nn^s (pti5t5') f = n^B. 



ns 



279 



linns 



^^ (P&9-) /, w.s. \n5, pi. 
D"'ns, c. nlns, lump, piece, 
bit, morsel. 

(pQO-he'n), j??. nine, open- 
ing; hole in which a door- 
hinge moves; female pu- 
denda. 

D^i<ri5 see \n?. 

DSr? (pi0-'9'm) adv. sud- 
denly, in a moment. 

^3r^^ (pgiO-b^'^) ?u, w.s. 
lJl3riB, food, dainties. 

p^riS (piO-gam) m Word, 
sentence, edict. 

nrs (pfO-r) /■«<. nn?^; 

nS!*!, pt. nns, to open; 
iwfr. to be open; to be 
open-hearted , susceptible, 
accessible, simple; to be 
open to seduction. — Ni. 
nn?>J, fut. 1. sg. nzi^, to 
be easily persuaded, enticed, 
seduced. — Pi. rin?, inf. 

nns, imp. f s. \nB, fut. 

nns^, to persuade, entice, 
seduce, deceive. — Pt<. ^J!)^, 
fut. 'ins^ to be persuaded, 
deceived. — Hi. fut. r}^l 

, to make wide. 

^SinS (p^^ii'?'l) pr.n.m. 

rriT}B (pittu'a^) m, W-S. 

nmB, pi. D'-nin?, c. 



''nins, engraving, sculp- 
ture. 
"TiriS (p^-9-p'r) pr.n. of a 
town on the Euphrates. 

niriS see nc. 

nrs (p50-^'^) iu/. nins, 
nn?, tmp. nrs, inn?, /"j/^ 
nn?^ p<. nris, p«. p. /• 

nnin?, to open, to throw 
open, to uncover; to re- 
lease; to begin; to sur- 
render. — Ni. nn2J , inf 

nnen, fut. nnc:,' nrs^, to 

be opened, to be loosed, 
to be released or set free. 

— Pi. nns, inf nns, fut. 

nns;, nns^, pt. nnsp, to 

open, to loose, to untie, to 
set free; to plough; to 
engrave, carve, hew; to 
open oneself. — Pu. pt. 
nnpp to be engraved. — 
Hith. nninn to loosen for 
oneself [fetters]. 

n^.? iv^'H^) m, i.p. nns, 
w. loc. n nnn?, iv.s. ''nns, 

pi. D'^nns, c. ''pnB, open- 
ing, entrance, door, gate; 
adv. at the door. 

^^,? (p?'^*^) m opening, 
explanation, insight. 

^inris (pittf^p'n) w, c. 

"jlnns, the opening. 



rr'nnB 



280 



li^':; 



n^nriS (p'd-$^y?i') pr.n.m. 

>ns (poo-r) VI, i.p. 'TIS, pi. 

D^T?. D''Nr|J, simpliciry, 
folly; adj. simple, foolish, 
credulous. 

t''»;i''nS (p^a-kl'i) on festive 
garment, mciiitle. 

n^^nS (p^O-(iyyy'0-) / sim- 
plicity, folly. 

nn^ns (p^^^i^r) /, only pi. 

ninri?, drawn sword. 
b*»nB (p5.9.i'i) «i, c. '^^n?, 

pi. Dv^n^, thread, cord. 
?nS^ (p-rO-ri'i) to twi.st. — 

M. '^n?:, ;>?. '-p?], to he 

twisted, to wrestle; to he 
tortuous, perverse, crafty. 
Hith. ^ninn to show 
oneself cunning-, perverse. 
^ crafty. 

^n?nB (p^a-ititp'i) adj. 



twisted, tortuous, crafty, 
perverse. 

^V^ (pI9p'm) pr.n. of a 

town in Goshen. 
)r}r! (P^'^^n) »», i.p. ]7)B^ 

pi Q^^r^, poisonous snake, 

adder, viper. 
^*ri,? (pe'0-$') m the opening 

of the eyes, moment, wink. 

twinkling; adv. suddenly. 
"I,?]S {nH'r] inf. irp, fvl. 

IP?:, ^>^ -inis, inb, to 

explain, to interpret. 

^innD, pns (pia-ro'D) ,», 

p/. D^Jirc, explanation, 
interpretation. 

^"^"]r? (pCu^rp'B) pr.n. of a 
southern country, upper 
Egypt; gent. pi. ^'^^^^B. 

rip? [nU^) to break. 



^j y the eighteenth letter 
of the alphabet, called 
n^ [fishing-hook]; as a 
numeral ^ = 90, \ = 900. 

S^S, n^<^i see N«;> 

•• ITT 

'"i,?^ (B?'(i') /•, c. nS'i, ex- 
crements, dung. 



rsii, ?(;.5. qnsi:, ex- 
crements, dung, filth. 

"•K'^ (Bpl'). >*1l2, arf;., only 
pi. D\S::, filthy, dirty. 

^*^,V (B$"$l) m, only ;>^ 
D^,^p, lotus-shrub, lotus- 
tree. 

1^^^ (Bon) / [also m\ coV. 



1^^^^ 



281 



07^^ 



W.S. ]:i^^, ^)M^, M;.^<f 

small cattle, sheep and 
goats ; flock, troop. 

*]^^}<]^ (B§,"nng'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Judali. 

iSJiSJi (Br'=B5') iH, only pi 
CrN'^^,:4, c. \i<^p, pi-o- 
duce, shoot, issue, off- 
spring, children. 

n^ (B5b) «i, pi. Q\n^, litter, 
sedan-chair, covered wagon; 
a species of lizard. 

f[TP„ pt. Nl^, pi. D'f<?'^, 
/ niX?'^, to do military 
service, to collect and go 
forth for war; to do temple 
service. — Hi. pt. i^,5>^ 
to le\^^ for military service, 

iSn^^ (B5ba') m [also /], c. 
NtVli, w.s. f]X2^, lJ<n^ 

[vVr;^], pi. nlj<n^, c. 

r1S3^, host, army, troop; 
host of heaven [angels or 
stars]; nlNn":f mn^ the 
Lord of the heavenly hosts ; 
military service, warfare, 
campaign; heavy service, 
hardship, calamity, temple 
service. 
D*'^^!!^ (BM)o'i'm) pr.n. of a 
place in the valley of 
Siddira. 



n2!2!i (Bp'beba ) pr.n.f. 

nn^ (B5lHi') vi- ^.?^ to 
swell; = J^,^"^' to go forth 
to war. — Hi. ^^"^V^, inf. 
w. y nl3^!? to canse to 
swell. 

ni2^ (Babe') adj. swelling, 
swollen. 

V^y^ (B^bu'a') m hyena. 

"I*i2^ (Bibby'r) m, Only pi. 
CIS!^, a heap. 

tD2^ (B5brt) fuL t:"zi^>, to 

reach out to [others: to 
hind together]. 

^n^* (B^bD w, i.p. ""n;^, 

ornament, splendour, glory, 
hcauty. 

^y^^ (B«br) /, pi q^a-f 
D^:n^, D\xn^, nlxn^, 

gazelle, antelope. 

*S;n^ (Bibyr), ri^n pr.n.f. 

n^n^ (B«biyy5') / female 
gazelle. 

D^^P^f, qp^ see D^Xi}^. 

V^)^ (Be'br) m. only pi 
D>^V?^5 party-coloured or 
dyed garment. 

]^V'y$ (Bib'o'n) pr.n.m. 

UV'yi^ (B«bp^:'m) pr.n. of a 
place and valley in Ben- 
jamin. 



^^ ^ 

nn^ (B5\.^'r) flit. "13^^ to 
heap up, to collect. 

On^^ see 1*3^. 

nil]^ (B$'bJj9-) 1H, only p^ 

Cnn^, bundle of ears. 

sheaf. 
"1^ (B^d) m, w.s. n^, w. 

foe. n n^)?, pz. DH^, c. 

\"112, side, turning; "t.^P 
at the side; "I^"':''2 on the 
side, i. e. upon the arms ; 
D"'^li^ at the sides [as 
cumbersome adversaries], 
nn^ (B5drd) or nn^, only 

w.'ioc. n nnn^ (B^^'d?) a 

town in northern Palestine. 
ni^ (B$dr) pt. n^iJ, to 

look after, to lie in wait 

for. — Ni. T\^^: to be 

laid waste, to be destroyed. 
nn^ see riT-i. 
pTp^ (B$(j6'k) pr.n.m. 
n^"!^ {miyyt) f intention, 

purpose. 
D**"!^ (Blddi'ra) pr.n. of a 

town in Naphtali. 
p*"*!^ (B^ddi'k) ad')., only 

pi. D''p''1"i, just, righteous, 

honest, right. 
n'^D'lJi [from ^n,^] see 

p^^ (B5d^'k) fut. p3)f^ to 



be right, straight, just, 
true, upright, righteous; 
to be in the right. — J^i. 
p|lV^ to be justified, to 
be restored. — P\. p,!!^, 
inf. rp^.^, to justify, to 
declare righteous. — B'x. 
'^^yi:r^, inf. p^yi^n, imp. 
pi. ^p'?)^!^, fut. 'p'JP., pt. 
pnVP, to justify, to make 
righteous, to declare in- 
nocent, to absolve, to ap- 
prove of. — Hith. fut. 
'p'^^^V. to justify oneself, 
pn^i (Bg'd^k) m, w.s. ^pl^, 
straightness,justness, right, 
justice, honesty. 
npn^i (B'-dgk5') /, c. nplli, 

wiy'-ippi^, pi. nipT:f',' c. 

nip'l^, divine and human 
right, claim, justice, 
righteousness , justness, 
faithfulness, piety, mercy, 
mildness. 

n^pn^i (BidkiyyV), ^Tpiv 
pr.n.m. 

r^PT!.^ see p.l^ Pt. 

2n^ (B5hrv>) Ho. pt. nn^fP, 
to be shining, glittering. 

!in^ (BuiuVb) arf;/. yellow 
like gold. 

^n^ (B5h&'l) imp. f 'h.r^i, 
flit. ^^V^ to cry, rejoice. 



in^ 



283 



^I^IJ 



exult; to neigh. — Pi. 

imp. f "hrs^ [or Q.] to 

make shrill. — Hi. inf. 

^■•nVrj to make bright, to 

cause to shine. 
"in^ (B^h^r) Hi. ful. T'H^J:, 

to press out oil. 
"ID^ (Bo'h^r) f opening for 

light, window. 

Dnn^ (BQ'hor^'yim), D:in;^ 
du. f [of ini;] two lights, 

double light [between fore- 
noon and afteruoon, or 
intensively full light], 
midday, clear day; D."'in'^3 
suddenly, unexpectedly. 

1^ (B|Lv), 1^ (B5v) m statute, 
law, precept; \i»/ 1^ pre- 
cept to precept {prob. 
imitation of childish 
babble]. 

"IS^^^ (B^vvgL'r) m, c 1^1^, 
xv.s. 1"1S]^, pi. Dni<1^, c. 
"•li^^^, the neck, the nape. 

n'lK^.^ (B^vvgrgO-) /; only 

pi. xv.s. DD^niN]^ = iNri. 

><n1^J, ^n1^J (Bob?') pv.n. 
of an Aramaean kingdom 

"T^^ (Byd) pf. and pt. "t^, 

m/. Ti^, ^1^, i"Ji?. nii^, 

/u«. "I^li;, to hunt, to 



waylay. — Pi. 1,11^ to 
catch, to waylay. — Eith. 

Ttifn see n^^. 

ni^ (B5V5') Pi. ni!i, inf. 

ni^, im/?. ni^, "1^, m^ 
fid. ^r^], ir, \:in, \yt. 

/■ n^^^, to constitute, to 
make firm, to establish, 
appoint, arrange; to com- 
mand, charge, ordain. — 
Pu. n^^V, fut. n}T.,, to be 
commanded. 

ni^ (B?vr^) fut. ni^^, to 

cry out, to shout with joy. 

nn^^ (B'va^a') /, c. nniv, 

shout of joy or sorrow. 

nh^ (Bmr) f depth of 
water, abyss. 

D^^ (Bam) pf and p<. D^, 

inf DllJ, M D1^;, D^,'[l 

(v^yyg'Bgra) to fast. 

Dl^ (Bom) m, w.s. DDP^. 
pZ. nipiU, a fasting. 

"IVI^ see iViJ. 

|!S/1* (Bu'5'r) pr.n.m. 

^^^^ (Buf) p/-. f)^, to flow, 
to flow over. — Hi. S^^^H, 
fut. '^^,^, to cause to flow, 
to cause to float. 

^^^"^ (Byf) «J, p^. D^SIIJ, 
honey-comb. 



P)1S 284 

^ia (BOf) pr.n.m.; prn. of 
a di?;trict iu Benjamin. 

nS*l^ (BufCi'rf)) pr.n.m. 
D^pi^i (Bpfi'm) see D^riy*."?. 
"ISi^ (Bof^^'r) pr.n.m. 

y^^ (BoB) ;>/. f ^. to shine, 
to bloom. — Hi. fut. f \^;, 
pt. "f^l^ip, to sliine, to 
•flitter; to bloom. 

p1^* (Buk) Hi 'p'>'ir\.^ fut. 
p\V;, pt. p'^^ii, to straiten, 
to confine, to press hard, 
to urge, to oppress, to 
besiege. — Ho. pt. see 

p^^' (Buk) = p;i;, pf. pi. 

)m = ?:f M- p^'r, to 

pour out; to place, to set. 

pi^ (Bok) m narrowness, 
oppression. 

np^^j (Bok,.-) / = pi^j. 

"1-1^* (Bar) pf. and p^ 1^, 
t«/. and ?i»p. 11^ , fut. 

-n^;, i^;;_, to bind 

together, to straiten, to 
invest, besiege, assail, 
attack; to press, to in- 
stigate; to cut, form, shape. 

In* (Bur) m. ws. ""Ti*. pi. 
D^i^, On^, stone, rock, 
refuge, protection; sharp- 
ness, edge; form, shape. 



I) a (Bur) pr.n.m. 

llJk, 1^ (Bor) pr.n. of a 

city in Phenicia, Tyrus; 

pent. nii. 

"1,1^ see ^^<.l^. 

nll^i (Burr) fpi. ni-]^^, 

form, shape; stone, rock. 

T^lj^ ( Bi]ivvf rp'n ) «j, only 
pi. w.s. *!*,4."1^^, neck-chain, 
^ neck-lace. 

''lO !''7 (Bf.rri'f'l) p)'.7i.m~ 
'•-TtriT)^ (Burl's^ddry) pr. 

W.JU. 

n^^i] (Bu9-) = n^;. - y//. 

fut. iv.s. r\^r\^^V[, to kindle, 
to set on fire. 

n^ (Bail)) «f//., /y>/. nin^, 

dazzling white, sunlit, 
bright, clear, hot. 

nn^ (Bie^r) «^i., c. nn:;, 

dry. 
nn^ (B^i^Ci'^) to sliine, to 
be dazzling white. 

nTi^ (Bsm'af^) m, c. n\n*f 

dryness, nakedness. 

nn^nti (B'^e^Ie^?') / sun- 
burnt, parched or waste 
land. 

Ti^n^ (B'rtilrtiF) VI, only pi. 
D"'n''nV, sunbunit [parched 
places]. 



n:m 



285 



p:^^ 



n^n^ (B^'^ana') / steiicb, 

bad smell. 
nn^n^ (Ba^Ba^a-) /; only 

prn-in-^ri^. = "n'u'f 
pn^ (BaAa'k) A.^ pn*^\ to 

laug-li. — Pi. inf. pri'i, 

fut. pn^g;, ft. pn-i^, to 

laugh repeatedly, to jest, 

to caress. 
pin^ (B'^^p'k) »n laughter. 

mockery. 
"in,^ (Bae^ar) in dazzliug 

whiteness. 
"ih^ (Ba^p'r) ^r(?;., f'fl. 

nil'n^, white, spotted with 

white. 
"in A (Bo'^ar) fv.n.m. 

'^^ (Bi) 7n, 2^Z. D^i, Dj^?, 
Pil^'i, dryness, dry desert: 
ship, boat. 

SJl*'^ (BIb5') pr.n.m. 

T"^ (Bid) Hith. Tt^'^n 
[(7€uo)H. of l!",^] to provide 
oneself with food. 

^^)^ (BH'yld) m, ip. T;^, c. 
T*^, w.s. iT^, chase, hunt- 
iog; game, venison; food, 
nourishment, provision. 

T^ (Bayya'd) m hunter. 

nn*'^, ny4 {am') f food, 

nourishment, provision [for 
travelling]. 



•jini^, *|T^ (BIdo'n) pr.w.in. ; 

pr.w. of a city in Phenicia, 

Sidon. 
^jIT'I^ (Bi'dpni') pr.n.m. 

'[gent, of •",1-1^":*], />?. 0]}!'^^ 

pi. nJ^IJi, Sidonian. 
n^^ (Blyya) /, pi. m^i, 

dryness, desert, steppe. 

P^'^ (Bayp'n) m dryness, 
desert. 

^i^^ (Biyyp'n) pr.n. of the 
south-western hill of Jeru- 
salem, Sion, with the 
temple-building, the holy 
mountain of God; poet- 
ically = Jerusalem; flB 
"jVV the inhabitants of 
Jerusalem , the Jewish 
people; '^ HlJ? the women 
of Jerusalem. 

^^^^ (Blyyu'n) hi erected 
stone, pillar, monument 
[on sepulchres], way mark. 

''^^^ (Biyyi') rt.rf^"., only pi. 
D^^'i, dwelling in the 
desert, nomad, wild beast 
or bird of the steppe; see 
also ^*i. 

PV see 1^. 

p j**^ (Binp'k) m confinement, 
prison [others: pillory]. 



"ly^^ (Bro'r) pr.w. of a place 

in Judali. 
^••V see ^^^\ 
]>^^* (BIB) m, pi. D^'i^'i, 

n'')l)i, gold plate, diadem; 

blossom, flower; festoon, 

ornament [in architecture] ; 

wing. 

y^V (BiB) pr.n. of a place. 
n;f V (BIBri') /, c. n^>^, a 

flower. 
n^V''^ (BIBI'O-) /• forelock; 

tassel, fringe. 
:h^^'$ see :^|?:i. 

I^V (BIr) ///<A. ymr\, to 
go as a messenger, to set off. 

"1^^* (Bir) m, pi n^y^, c. 

'',1''^, Muge of a door; 
pain, labour in childbirth ; 
messenger; form, shape. 
idol. 
b^ (B?l) m, w.s. 'b^, "it'^^, 
pi. D\'?;^,c. ''}?>?, shadow- 
protection, shelter; trausi- 
toriness. 

n^^ (Bmr) inf. nf^);, fut. 

^?^^ to roast. 
n?^ (BUir) pr.n.f. 
^^^^ (Bnvi'l) [also ^^.'r^] m 

round cake. 

n^V (Briij'e^) fut. ri;iv,, to 

pass through, to get ou, 



to thrive, to succeed, to 
fall upon, to come over. — 

Bi. n''b'$7\, imp. n^iin, 

pt- n^,'?V^, to bring to an 
end, to cause to thrive, 
to lead to success; to be 
successful or blessed. 

"n^.^ (B?'l5c^r) /, only 
pi. riin^^i?, a dish, bowl. 

n'»n'7^(B?io^ro-)/and nn^^ 
(B$ii?^''e^5^) / = nnj^;i. ' 

^?V (B^ir) m, c. \^^, some- 
^ thing roasted, roasted meat. 
'^^V (B5l^'i). /««• 3. pi. f 

n;?,^n, T\:'b;ir\ [or mi 

to sound, to tinkle, to 
tingle, to clatter, to quiver. 

^,d?* (Bjirri) to sink, to 
plunge. 

<?^* (B5U'l) to give 
shadow, to become over- 
shadowed. — Hi. pt. !^>Q 
to shade, to give shadow. 

lb^^, D^>j^^ see b%. 

D^Ji (Bri§m) 7n, ?</.«. ItD^S, 
^■/. D>p^^, c. \^^S, image', 
likeness, idol; shade, 
phantom, nothingness. 

I*'?'. ^* (Bijimp'u) adj. shady, 
dark; darkness. 

j '"p; - (B^ilm^i'u) pr.n.m. 



np'?^ 



287 



p^aii 



niD^^ (B^lm^'v^O-) f [either 
fo^nVJ h'l shadow of 
death,' or = H^D^^] deep 
darkness, terror. 

njb?^ (B$lmpn5') fr.n. of 
a station in the desert. 

^iiOD^ (BjjLlmynng:") pr.n.vi. 

to he sprained in the hip, 
to halt, to he lame. 

niy'?^, rih; side, wing of 
a building, side-chamber, 
leaf of a folding door, 
slope of a mountain; board, 
beam. 

V^V (B?15") pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin. 

V^-i* (Be'ir) /, iv.s. ''.V^^,. 
a falling, fall. 

V^,^* (Bg'ir) f side, slope, 
flank. 

^^^ (B^lf'f) pr.n.m. 
inS^^ (B»lQf^a'd) pr.n.m. 

nj^p^ (BglB^'^) pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin. 

b^b':^ (Bn^Bri) m, t.p. 'p.^i'^'i, 

"•^.i^^!!, a whirring; whir- 
ring insect, cricket, grass 



hopper; cymbal, fishing 

spear, harpoon. 
p^^ (Bri^k) pr.n.m. 
^Pr V (Bill^O-^'y) pr.n.m.. 

8p^* (B5mr) p/-. nt?^, 

"•Pp^, M. N/p^f:, to g'ape' 
to thirst. 

^Ir-f (Bame') adj.., pi. 
D^N'P^, /-nNp^, thirsty, 
dry. 

^<J5^ (B5ma') m, ^^.5. "-KD^, 
thirst. 

HND^ (Bim'5') /• thirst, 

desire. 
jlX^^i (BImma'p'n) m thirsty, 

parched, arid land. 

*Ip^ (Bamrd) Ni. fid. "tp^^, 
to be attached, to be de- 
voted, to serve. — Pu. pt. 
f i.p. nip^p to be bound, 
to be fastened. — Hi. fut. 
"fp^l to knot, to contrive, 
to devise. 

ip^ti (B§'med) '/n, w.s. i"nO?, 
pi. Dnp^, c. np^, a pair', 
a yoke; a measure for 
laud. 

n?^ (B^mm?') /, W.S. ?]np*^, 
a veil [others: net-cap]. 

p^tp^ (Bimmu'k) m cake of 
dried grapes , pressed 
raisins. 



nO^J 



288 



m 



p^^npij, f^i. ninpij, to 

sprout forth, to si)iiniJ: up, 
to grow, to turn out. — 

Pi. nm, inf. nD'i, f,d. 

nt?^^, to sprout, to grow. 

-- ///. n-'pvn, fut. U'l^V., 

n^^21, to cause to sprout, 
to let grow, to give off- 
spring. 
npji (B§'m$d)) m, w.s. "ntpV, 
a sprout, fruit, descendant; 
the Messiah. 

bracelet; cover, lid. 

D^p^ (B^mmi'm) m noose, 
snare; perdition. 

rri'ip^ (B^mlO-u'O-) /■ de- 
struction, extinction. 

pP^ (B^m^'k) to be dried up. 
IP,^ (Brm^r) m, i.p. 10^, 

u'.k n.p^, wool. 

''ip^ (B'msrj') ^>r.«.jn. of a 

Canaanitish people. 
D^l^p^ (B%^ii-,l'ylm) />r.w. uf 

a town in Benjamin. 
nip^ (B$mmi-'a^9-) /•, «..5. 

"i^l^r^'i, foliage, branch of 

a tree. 
PP^ (Bam.Vd-) to extii-pate. 

— Ni. npif: to be de- 

Htroyed, to become extinct, 



to vanish. — Pi. riQS, 

pi. tv.s. ''JTnr^'i rJ*ipi>], 

to destroy, to extirpate. — 

in. nvjiin , imp. w.s. 

n"'p>D, to destroy, to an- 
nihilate. 

IV' rV (Bin) pr.n. of a 
district in southern Canaan. 

IV. loc. n nj);. 

^V (Bfn) ju, only pi. D^ri, 
thorn, thorn-hedge. 

*S?^ (Bpnr), njk (Bonf) / 

^y^ (Binnr) /•, c. rri, pi. 

ni^V, cold; thorn, fishing 
hook; shield. 

^m, ?11?^ see ^]i^. 

"112^ (Binno'r) m, pi. CnlJ*, 

conduit, canal, waterfall. 
n?^ (B5na'^) /m«. m^f:, 'to 

descend, to sink, to 

penetrate. 
I p^ (Buiil'ii) m, only pi. 

D>r:^, thorn, prick. 

'^'>p^ (Banff) >», c. p];rf 

pZ. riiD"'J^, headdress, tur- 
ban, tiara, diadem. 

Q^^ (BjiiCi'm) only pt. p. 
f;pl. ri*p;V dfy. hard, 
barren. 

V;V (B$.nV) pf. p. :;0«f, to 



m 



289 



11?? 



inf. S^p.^n to behave 
humbly or modestly. 

?1PJ^ (Bijn&'f) inf. f]1r^, /"<• 
^1^^% to wrap, to roll 
around or together. 

"33:^ (B'^ncfri') f ball. 

rij^j^ (BinBrul59-) / basket. 

nnn:^ (Bunt^reao /*, ^^ 

n1"]r;i^^, tube or pipe of 
an oil-vessel. 
IV^ (Br*'d) inf w.s. fi^V'i, 
fut. 1V^% to step, to 
stride, to pace, to march, 
to mount. — Hi. fut. ^y.^^1 
to cause to step, to drive. 

nj!^ (Bi'-ad) lu, w.s. 'y;;^, 

step, pace, march; step- 
chain [a foot-ornament of 
women]. 

D"*^'"!!, /" n*^^, to bend 
downward, to incline; to 
be bent [by fetters]; to lie 
down; to walk prondly 

[for Tim — ^'i- 'T4'^ ^0 
bend, down, to incline. 

a veil. 

"l^V^* (Brrr) ad-;., w.5. 
Hebrew-English. 



small, mean, little; weak, 
humble; young, younger. 

17^* (Bri'r) pr.w. of a 
place on the way to Edom; 
IV. loc. n HT^^i 

riTy^i (B'^Ira ) / youngness, 
age of youth. 

]}!.^ (Brsan) fut. ]VV. to 

migrate, to wander. 
]V!^ (B6"«Ln) pr.n. of a city 
in Egypt, Tanis. 

^'',?^<^!^ (Ba"anann;'m) pr.n. 

of a town in Naphtali. 

):^V^ (B$"aBu'a*) VI, only 
jj^. D"'*^li*4?Ji, sculptor's 
work, carving. 

P)m {m%'k) inf. p\%m, 

fut. p,Vf% pt. p,V!:J, pZ. 
D^p.V;^,'/ nj^^;^, to cry 
out, to call out, to com- 
plaint, to cry for help. — 
Ni. p)im fid. p);:$], to be 
called together. — Pi. pt. 
pV'^P to cry aloud. — Hi. 
fid. py.'^ll to call together. 

"P^r^ (B^'fka) /, c. np.v:^, 

w.s. irpV;'^, a crying, cry. 

t;^ (Bra'r) fut. 1^:, to 

be or become small, mean, 
despised. 

I^'^, n^l^ (Bo-Cir) pr.n. of 

19 



1B^ 



290 



n^p^ 



a town south east of the 
Dead Sea. 
■JS^ (Bff^'d) to be attached, 
to cMng to. 

ns^* {am') inf. ns^, fut. 
dVij, D^pliJ, / n^Dk, _p/. 

nisik, to look, to view, to 
regard, to watch, to look 
out sharply; to expect, to 
select; pt. a seer, prophet, 
watchman. — Pi. HBli, fut. 
ns^^, pt. HB^P, to look 
out sharply, to watch, to 
observe. 

ns^' {am') inf HD^ to 
spread. — Pi. HS^, fut. 
HB^;, ^"1% to cover, to 
overlay. — Pu. pt. pi. 
D''B5Jp, to be overlaid. 

nS^" (B5f5') f inuudatiou. 

1D4 (B'fo') pr.n.m. 

^^S^ (Bippu'y) «i an over- 
laying, coating. 
^"iS^* (B^fp'n) / and m, w. 

loc. n n:is^, c. 112^, 

hidden region, the north, 
the northern side, northern 
land or people, north wind, 
northern hcaveu. 

•jiSti* (B^fp'a) pr.n. of a 
town in Gad. 



^?-^ (B^fpni') adj. coming 
from the nortli; see also 

^nS^ see TP"^. 
"11S^Sl5?^(BIppp'r) /and 

»i, pZ. CT^'i, a [small] 

bird, birds. 

' I . ClPPPi") pr.n.m. 
nra^ (B|ippCi'^$9) /pitcher, 

jug, flask. 

n^Dti (Blpplyy$') r ^vatch- 

tower. 
1 I : • (8i^y?'°) pr.n.m. ; j[>a<r. 

n^n^s^ (B^ppie^r^-) / cake, 

flat bread. 
*]*'P>i =1^3^ [hidden, i.e. 

treasure], see l©^. 
y''P^ {am'^') m, only pZ. 

D"'^"'D5i, excrements of 

beasts, dung. 

^T^^ (B^fi'r) /, only pi. 

nlySli, shoot, sprout. 
"T'S^ (Bsfi'r) «i, c. "I'SV, 

he-goat. 

HTD^i (B'^fir?') /, c. n:]^s*f 

circlet, diadem, crown; 
cycle of time, turn of fate. 
n^S^ {am^) f watch, 
guard [others: carpet, mat, 
or horoscope]. 



291 



1!2 



*]5^ (Bif&'n) fut. "jSlf^ -pt. 
V- Wf [V,?^]. to cover, 
conceal, hide; to lay in, 
to treasure up, to hoard, 
to preserve; ft. p. hidden 
treasure; to lie in wait. 

— Ni. "i.SliJ to be hidden, 
to be unknown; to be 
preserved or destined for. 

— Hi. inf. w.s. I^S'^n, fut. 
"peiil, to hide, conceal; to 
lie in wait. 

(B^f^lny^'hv) pr.n.m. 

p^'ne'a^) pr.n.m., Egyptian 
surname of Joseph. 

V?Ji (Bg'fr) and ^jy?^ 
(Bif'onf) m a poisonous 
serpent, basilisk, viper. 

?]S^ {mm) Piip. fut. 

rj^^Vil, pt. ^,^?^P, pi 
D"'S^D^??, to ' chirp, to 
twitter, to whisper. 

nS^S^ (BtlfBgf?') / a 
Avillow. 

"12^ [am'v) fut. iB-^] to 

turn oneself, to turn away. 
^^nS^ (B-^f^rde'a') / and 

[in' pi] m, pi. D^VllS'f 

a frog-. 
I IJSa (Bippor?') pr.n.f. 



j jSs (Bippp'reu) m, pi. iv.s. 

n^JlB^i, nail of a finger; 

diamond-pointed style. 
nSJi (am^) m capital of 

a column. 
nS^ (B^fa'^) pr.n. of a 

Canaanitish town; the 

same as H'^IH. 
nnSti [WW^a) pr.n. of a 

valley in Judah. 
D'lji^i see 1>^*i. 
p^ see p,^;. 

pr.n. of a town in Simeon. 

Y?^^ (Blkkalo'n) m, w.s. 
iJ'?p^, a sack, bag, knap- 
sack. 

J^PJ^ see p,^;. 

'e (Bai"); "^'^ (^5r) m. w.s. 
n^,pZ. Dn^, .. n^; op- 
pressor, persecutor, ad- 
versary, enemy; straitness, 
distress, embarrassment, 
danger, trouble. 

"1^^ (Bar) adj., f HTf 
narrow, straitened. 

"1^* (Bar) m = "llii stone. 

T^ (Ber) pr.n. of a town in 
Naphtali. 

1"^* (Bpr) [= lilJ] m, pi. 
D^^^, stone, rock, sharp 
flint" [knife]. 

19* 



Ik 

11 V (Byrrv) iVt. :i.l'>J to 

be burnt. 

burning, scorching-. 
riZin^ (Bar^b^D) / a burn, 
mark caused by fire, 

'',7 J"* (B'lfda') pr.n. of a 
town in Epbraim, w. loc. 

ni^ (BaruO f, c. ni'i, w. 

loc. n nrTi, it;.s. ''pTi, 

^Z. niT^, c. rilT^, a female 
adversary or rival; strait- 
ness, distress; anguisb, 

pr.n.f- 

n^n^ (B^ru'g') pr.n.f. 
"l"i"!V* (B^rp'r) see "ITf 

11]^ (B^rp'r) pr.n.m. 

n^^ (Bgrrt^) to cry, to 
sbriek. — Hi. fut. nn>: 
to shout, to raise a war- 
cry. 

7)^ (Bon) pr.n.m. Tyrian. 
</en<. of Ik = 1112. 

t.p. ^"]a, balsam, resin of 
the mastix-tree. 
''I^' (B'M') y.r.n.m. = n;>\ 



292 11^ 

hole, vault, cellar [others: 
watch-tower]. 

(Bgrkg'c^?) need, necessity. 

Vl^ (B5r,V-) p^ ;,. ^n^J, to 

plag-ue, to strike with 

leprosy; jpt. p. a leper. — 

Pu. pt. v,>*^f , / riyii:p, 

to be struck with leprosy, 
to be leprous. 

nV")^ (BTr'5') / coll. wasps, 
hornets. 

nV It (Bgr'5') pr.n. of a 
town in Judah; gent, "'^"j^ 
and ^n*^-]^. 

Invilfc, leprosy [of men, 
g'arments and houses]. 

'=i:i?(B5r^'f)iV.5li-]^:ni^, 
'nn'f ^'^i/'- 'l^l'^ (Bgrfr), 

nsn^, /««. ?]T:f:, pt. Fjjii, 

to smelt, to refine, to 
test, to prove; pt. smelter, 
goldsmith. 

Sji (Bo'rfi') pr.n.m. 
*^.?")X (Brrf^VO-) pr.n. of a 
Phenician town nearSidon. 
Sarepta. 

"l^V (B^''-<^'i-) ;>/• also 1^, 

inf. "ini^, "liv, mp. "li:;, 
T:i, /»«. Ik;; ii?,M, pt. 



n^ 



293 



h2b 



pi riH"!'^, to bind in, to 
press in or together, to 
compress, to wrap up; to 
enclose, to straiten, to 
persecute, to treat witli 
enmity; intr. to be strait- 
ened, pressed, narrow, dis- 
tressed, to be in anguish 
or sorrow. — Pu. pt. pi. 
D^TliP to be bound 
together. — Hi. "I'^lj, inf. 

i^n, fut. 1^;, ii?;, pt / 



n"^^P, to straiten, to press 

upou, to distress, to besiege. 

nh^i,' nl-l^i (BWr) m 

bundle, bag; pebble, flint. 

*i J-* (Bg'r^O-) pr.n.m. 

^Iv) pr.n. of a town in 
Reuben. 

(P")-| (Ba'r-9-a'n) pr.n. cf a 
town near the Jordan, w. 

loc. n r\jrrri. 



p the nineteenth letter of 
the alphabet, called f]ip 
[back of the head]; as a 
numeral = 100. 

i*sp (ke) m, w.s. "iXj;?, vomit. 

nsp (ka-r^), nsi^ /, c. 

^,?:?i?, pelican [heron]. 
^p (kab) m a measure for 



dry good? 

nnp 



of a HND. 



Jj^ (kab.a'b) i>i/. np, imp. 



nP"nap 



IrrJ 



^^?^, 



np:, w;.5. i35pn, 



fut. 
to curse, 



to blaspheme. 

nip *(keba') / the ante- 
stomach of ruminants. 

nnp (kobr) /, w.s. nnnp^, 

female pudenda. 



n2p (kubba') /• vaulted 
tent [sleeping apartment]. 

y^^P (klbbu'B) «l, pZ. tt;.5. 

TJ^inp , heap, gathering, 
crowd. 

nn^np (k^bura') /, c. ni?p, 

1^.?. Ir'l'?!? 5 interment, 
^ sepulture ; grave, sepulchre. 

^5P (kaba'l). Pi. ^.51?, imp. 
^'3|2, /wr. '?3i21, to take, 
receive,- accept; to admit, 
adopt. ~ Hi. pt. ^'',?i?^, 
fpl. nij'^ap^, to stand 
over against. 

^3p (kp;bgi) or V'l^ [W\}^'\) 

\'?;iiP^ (kQ'boif), front; pre;^. 



V.5P. 



294 



DHP 



in front, in the presence 
of; battering-ram. 

yji? (knbci") fxd. vnjp^, p«. 

\';i:^, pi. Q'V^ip, to with- 
hold, to defraud, to rob. 



/^p (kubb,V'$a-) / cup, 
chalice, bell of a flower. 

ynjP (kab^'B) imp. -filj?, 

l'^i5p, A^. f Pip^, to grasp, 
to gather, to assemble. — 
M. "f,5i?^, inf. and imp. 

to be gathered, collected, 
assembled, to gather one- 
self.— Pi. *f,5p, inf. and imp. 

]^3i^, /-..^ r.5p:, pt. r,5i2P, 

to seize, to take, to take 
up, to gather in. to collect. 

— Pu- f ,5p to be gathered. 

— Hith. f,5l2r^n to gather 
oneself, to assemble. 

bK^njP see ^.^^^;li^^ 
m'^^i? (k^buB5') / collection, 
heap. 

D^^^^p (klbB^'ylm) pr.n. of 
a town in Ephraim. 

15i?(k5lnt'r)tV."n'?I?, "l?i?, 
imp. ^3|?, fut. *1 '?[??, pt. 
"13p, "1,5^, pt. p. "1^?!?, to 
bury, to inter. — M. "l,5pJ, 
/"m^. Ij^i^^ to be buried. — 
Pt. inf. "13|^, /■»««• "13^5 pi- 



■|2jPp, to bury [many]. — 
Pu. "I^i? to be buried. 

m;.«. nnp, pi. onnp, 

grave, sepulchre. 

n\i<nn ni-inp (kibr,-^ 

h§tt^"avf') ;?r.n. of a place 
in the desert [graves of 
lust]. 

1^1^ (kgd^Vd) fut. l'^\ pi. 
ni?o ^""^^- to incline, to 
bend, to bow down. 

n^p (kiddr) / cassia, cin- 
namon. 

Onp (kgdCi'm) m, only pi. 
D\pnj?, time of old, 
ancient days. 

trlip, trnp (kudo's) arf;., 

pZ. D^SS^ilj?, selected, pure, 
holy, sacred, consecrated, 
pious; m sanctuary, the 
holy one, i. e. God, angel. 

nnp (k5d<V^) inf nij?, pt. 
pi. c. "'p'li?? ^"'''- to burn, 
to glow; tr. to kindle, to 
burn. 

J^n^i^ (k^ddr^$^) / hot 
fever. 

C'^p (k5(]rm) m, w. loc. 
n np^nj^, what is in front. 



giV 1-It 



295 



ts'.li? 



the east, east side, eastern 
wind. 

^iliJ (k5d§'ra) Pi. D'lp, imp. 
nD-j2, fut. D3J2^ to go 
before, to anticipate, to be 
beforehand, to be or do 
early, to advance, to meet, 
to encounter. — Hi. fid. 
D^ni?- *^ ^^ beforehand, 
to encounter. 

012. (I«e'4sm), D^Jp. (ke'dgm) 
m, w. loc. n nO"JJP., what 
is in front, adv. before; 
the east, eastern lands, 
primitive or ancient state, 
things of old. 

ws. nn^nj?, origin, prim- 
itive state; adv. before. 

nDnjP (k?'d^m5') pr.n.m. 

nDlp (kidmr) /, c. ripii?, 

prep, before, on the east of. 
*|1p*I|^ (kMmp'n) adj.^ f 
HJltD"!}?, eastern. 

nip*I|P (k^'demo'O-) pr.n. of 
a town in Keuben. 

T'S*'p'7j^ (kQdmi'?'!) pr.n.m. 

*>pb1i?^ ^1012 (k^dmpni') 

pi. n1^^b"I|2, eastern; 
former, primitive, primeval, 
ancient, past. 



^^^D*Tj^^ (k^dmpni') pr.w. of 

a Ciinaanitish people. 
*lp1|^ (kodkp'd) m, w.s. 

"'II?-!!?? ^1I?"1I?' crown of 
the head, vertex. 

^ilj^ (k5drr) pt. 1-ip, 17.1p, 
to be turbid, soiled, dark, 
gloomy; to wear mourning- 
dress, to mourn. — Hi. 

i^Mpn, fut. "i^^pi, to 

darken, to obscure; to 
cause to mourn. — HUh. 
"l.Tlprin to grow dark. 
I^P (kedf'r) pr.n.im. 

p"]"Ij? (kidro'n) pr.n. of a 
brook between Jerusalem 
and the mount of Olives. 

ri^n*Ji^ (kadru'5') f dark- 
ness, obscurity. 

t^ljj (kad^L's) fut. ti^.TIp^ to 
be selected, to be pure, 
holy, sacred, consecrated, 
devoted. — Ni. ^*,'iJl?^ • *"/"• 

w.s. y^^^, fut. tJ^ni^:, to 

be regarded as holy, to 
show oneself holy, to be 
consecrated. — Pi. tJ'^p 
inf. and imp. ^.^Ip, fut 
ti^',tlp], vt. ^'\pJ^, to select 
to seclude; to consecrate 
to declare holy. — Pu. pt, 
tJ^I'npp to be consecrated 



tt^'"lp 



29G 



tS'^^pO, to treat as holy, 
to declare holy, to con- 
secrate, to hallow. — llUh. 
^T'^r-^'^ ^0 purify oneself, 
to show oneself holy, to 
be consecrated or cele- 
brated. 

D^I^lj?, /n;^'!!?, a con- 
secrated or devoted one, 
a prostitute, priest or 
priestess of Astarte. 
^^P,^ (kridc's) pr.n. of a 
place on the way to Egypt. 

^lii?. (k^'^Ss) pr.n. of 
several towns; w. loc. 

^*li? (ko'des) m, w.s. ''^'1,\> 

(kQ4sr), pi. D^f^^iP, D>V*ip, 

(kg'dprm), ^,:^**]iP (kodsfi 
holiness, sanctity; a holy 
or consecrated thing, 
sanctuary, temple; ^'I'p^ 
D^f^^IfP a most holy 
thing, the holy of holies. 

nnj^ (k5hr) /m.^ nni?^ to 

become blunt. — Pi. nnjP 
to make blunt. 

^Gi^ (k5h^'i) fi. 'rnp:, i»/: 
^npx^, M '^.npx% "to be 

assembled or congregated. 

— m. t'^npn. inf. b^npr^. 



imp. 



bnpn. 



mp 



._., flit. ^...|c'i, 

npl, to convoke, to call 
^ together. 

^Hj^ (k5hri) m, c. ^np, M,.,. 

"^l^.^l?, convocation, con- 
gregation, assembly, crowd, 
multitude; the Hebrew 
communiou. 

n^np (k^hclri') pr.n. of a 
station in the desert; w. 

Inc. n nn'pnp. 
'lt"l? (k'hiuj') /; c. nbnp, 

assembly. 

^'^PDP (kphri^a-) m [aud /] 
the preaching Wisdom [a 
surname of Solomon]. 

rinp (k%5'0-) 2?r.n.m. 

^i? (k5v), 1p (k^v) ,», w;.s. 
Q]p, line, measuring-line; 
cliord, string; rule, norm, 
order. 

><*p (ku) pf Np to vomit, 
to reject. — Hi. i<^pn, /„f. 
i^p-^^Ij the same as Q. 

V^^p (kohr) m helmet. 

")p (k5v5') pi. np, ;,;. c. 
^Ip, to hope, to be con- 
fident, to trust. — A'l. 

r\)ph fut. nip:, to be 

gathered together, to be 
joined, to meet. — A'. n]p, 
{nf. Hip, nijP, imp. Hip 



m 



297 



I^P 



^fut. ri.ii2], "IpJl, to wait 
for, to Lope, to expect, to 
lie in wait for. 

nij^ (k5ve') m = "1|5. 

niip see nlpj-np.?^. 

to loathe, to have a dis- 
gust.— M. t^ljpJ and Hith. 
fut. t5,'^ipO^ the same as Q. 
^Ip (kpl) m, w.s. vip, pi 

nl^ip, nl';?p, nVp, voice, 

cry, call, sound, noise, 
rumour, thuuder. 

Hv Ip (ko'layf') pr.n.m. 

D*lp (kum) pf. Dp, inf. Dip 

Dip, mp. D9, Dp, np^p 
^pip, M. Dip;, Dp;, Dp; 

Dp.\l (vayyakgrn), pi. Dp 
pZ. D^pp^, c. ""pp^, to rise 
up, to arise, to stand up 
to appear, to rise against 
to exist, subsist, endure 
remain. — Pi D'^p, inf. 
p?.p, fut. D."!p; and DDlp] 
to establish, to confirm, 
to preserve in life; to 
fulfil; to rebuild; to rise 
up against. — Bi. D^pH^ 
inf D"'pn, Dpn, D'^pn, imp. 

Dpn, fut. D^p;, Dp;, Dp;i, 

pt. D^pD, pi. c. 7^'p^, to 
cause to stand up, to raise 
up, to establish, to stir 



up, to rouse; to appoint, 
to confirm, to preserve, to 
stop, to calm. — Ho. DpJH, 
Dpn to be established, 
appointed. — j£ri7/i. DDlpon 
to stand up against, to 
resist, to be hostile. 

n^ip, n'op (kmt) f, c. 

npip, w.s. InDip, height, 

tallness, stature. 
n-i^P?p1p (ko'm^Iyyu'O-) f] 

adv. upright. 
l^p see Vp. 
yip (kp'a*) m a noble, 

prince. 
S^lp (kpf) m, pi. D\Dip, 

D^Sp, ape, monkey. 

7^p(kaB)p/-.'fP,M.1>1p;, 
Y^IX (v^iyya'koB), to loathe, 
to have a disgust, to feel 
displeasure, hon'or, fear. — 

Hith. Y^'^n, fut. f^p;, to 

terrify, to alarm. 
yip* (kpB) m, pi. n^^p^ c. 

''^^ip, thorn, thornbush. 
yip* (koB) pr.n.m. 
n^^lp (k^vfiBB?') /, ouly pi 

nVilp, lock of hair, curl, 

ringlet. 
IpJ'lp (kav-k?i'v) m order, 

might, power. 

nip* (kcu-) pf ip to dig, 



-l^p 2 

to dig up. — Pi [or from 
llpj Ip-IP, inf. ipni^. l'^- 
"Ip.rii^P, to evert, under- 
mine, destroy. — Hi. T'lPH 
to cause to spring [water], 
to cause to gush. 

"l^p* (kur) m, only pi. c 
"•.llp, web, thread of a 
spider. 

nnip (kprf') /, w.s. ^n-jip, 

joZ. rriYpj a beam; shelter, 
house. 

(y^kpsu'n), to lay snares, 
^n^^^p (ku'g^yi'hy) pr.n.m. 

npj nnp see np.^. 

tDp (k5t) acZv. only. 

Itpp (krt§i?) m, t>. ntDp^, 
and 3i^'p (kp'tgb) wi, w.5. 
t]5^P^ (kg'tgbd^g;'), destruc- 
tion, defeat, plague. 

nnltDp (k«tpr5') / incense. 
nn^tOp (k^tur*) pr.n.f. 

tDtDp (kst^t't) fut. iDip;, to 
cut off; to be cut off. 

^tDp (km'i) /w<. ytpp^ to 
kill, to slay. 

i^^p (kg'tgl) m murder, 
slaughter. 

Ibp* (k^tp'n) p/. vm^ 

fut. 1t^p^ to be small. 



18 li^pp 

little, indifferent. — Hi. 
"l^ppn to make small. 
*]tpp* (k5tp'n) arf/., c. ]tpp, 
small, little, insignificant; 
young, younger, youngest. 

^jt^p (k5t5'n) arf/., pi D^^;?p, 

c. "".^i.^op, / nrL?p, pi. ni:;Dp 

^tDp (ko'tgn) «i, m;.5. IJtpp 
(kotni') smallness; the little 
finger. 

^Pp (krit^t'f) fut. P]bp^ p«. 
pi. D^Stpp, to pluck off, 
to pull off. — Ni. fut. 
^]?.^) to be p' '.eked off. 

ItOp* [km-r) P/. 1l?p, tn/. 

to kindle, to burn incense; 
to sacrifice; pt. flpl. 
nl'^t^pp altars for incense. 

— Pu. pt. f nyu^pp to be 

censed, to give fragrance. 

— Hi. "I'fPpn, iuf "i',Ppn, 
T'ppn, imp. i.tipn, fut. 

I'Ppl, "ippl, to" kindle, 
to burn incense, to sacri- 
fice. — Ho. fut. y^'\^\^ pt. 
IDpp, to be offered, to 
be burnt as incense. 

IPp* (km'r) pt. p. flpl. 
nlTiPp, to shut, to enclose. 

lintpp (kitrp'n) pr.n. of a 
place in Zebulon. 



mi3p 



299 



bp_ 



rintpp (k^p'rga-) /; w.s. 

"•nitpjp ( k'^torti' ) , incense, 
offering of incense, fat 
parts of a sacrifice. 

ntDg(kCitt5'9-)2>r.n. = li"!t?p. 

K^p* (ki) [X'p] Hi. J<^^n, 

fut. i<Y\^ Njp.^ see N^. 
K*>p* (kl) m, iv.s. TX^p, 
vomit. 

n"ilD*'f5 (kito'r) Ml smoke, 
mist. 

D^p (kim) 7n uprising, en- 
mity; adversaries. 

njj''p (klmi') /■ the rising up. 

]^P. (kin) nip] Pi. i:lp, A«. 
y.lpl, i>«. //p^ ^i'^^"''!?^, to 

mourn, to wail. 

edge, point, lance, spear. 
j.p. (k§,'yfc) pr.nm.; pr.n. 
of a tribe in southern 
Canaan; gent, ''rp, ""Jp, 
^rp Kenite; pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

Hj^' (kin^') /•, pi ni:>p, 

D)^^p, complaint, wailing, 

dirge, elegy. 
njT^ (kiii5') pr.n. of a 

town in Judah. 
^PP. see i:p_l 
1,^ I? (k?ii5'n) pr.n.m. 



"f p' (kfB) p/. fp to pass 
the summer []^?p_]. 

Y^p.^ (kiB) ifi. "[>>pn, tn/: 

T''I^t5 to stir, to awake, to 

rise, to be active. 
y?p. (k^'ylB) »n, i.p. frp^, 

t(;.s. "^,^''p, summer, warm 

season, summer fruit [figs], 

fruit harvest. 
^I^^lp (klBo'n) adj., /nM^i^p., 

the last, the extreme. 

1 .!?*'!? (ki'k^yp'n) m ricinus- 
plant [others: gourd]. 

T^?5^i? (ki'kiiio'n) m shame, 
ignominy. 

"I'^p* (kfr) m, pi. niyp, 

wall [of a house or town] ; 
rampart, fortress, walled 
town; in pr.7i. 2,^"'^ 'p, 

t^in 'p, i^'^'in 'p. 

n^'p^ (kir) pr.n. of a district 

in Assyria. 
D'n''p (kerp'fi) pr.n.m. 
^^p (k|s) pr.n.m. 
X^^^P {kWn) pr.n. of a 

brook in the plain of 

Jezreel. 

^t^''p = iri;^"ip. 

bp (k^l) adj., pi. D^,^p, / 
npp, light, swift, fleet; 



^P 300 

h'p see b'ip. 

^!c2 (f^m'h) Ni. fut. pi. 
^'??i?T- [miswritteii for 
^?'"npx-] to be called to- 
gether. 

nbj^' (k5ir) pt. p. ^^^1^, to 

roast, to parch, to burn. 
— Ni. pt. n^ipj to be 
burnt; pt. inflammation, 
fever. 

n?P^) to be despised, re- 
viled. — Hi. pt. nt^p^ to 
despise, to esteem lightl}-. 

IVi^ (k^lp'n) m, c. 11^1?, 

shame, disgrace, ignominy; 

shameful nakedness. 
rin^^ (k,iii^'£^$9-) f pot, 

kettle. 
^^R (k^l&'t) ;)«. ^. IDl'pjP, 

to contract, to shorten; 

pt. p. a dwarf. 

*',?!? {kf>U'), i^'^i"? w roasted 
grain. 



V.^^ 



easy, swift. — Pt.t5^p inf. 
^^R, {«^ ^,^^121, pt. ?.^fzp, 

to esteem lightly, to re- 
vile, to curse. — Pu. fut. 
^^R), pi- ^.vR^: to be 
cursed. — Hi. '?p.n, w.s. 
^Jp'i^pri, w/- and imp. ^pn, 
/"^- ^p.T? to make light or 
easy, to lessen; to esteem 
lightly, to despise, to 
bring into contempt. — 
P'^ip- ^p.^P, ^p^P tr. to 
shake; to sharpen. — Z/jV/i- 
palp. "^p.Ppriri to be moved 
or shaken. 

^,<i^ (k5l5'l) adj. smooth, 
polished, shining. 

n,^^P (k;i5ir) /•, c. n>^p, 

w;.5. InJ^p, p^. nl^^p, re- 
viling, reproach, curse, 
malediction. 



D^S 



[ kjli'fi ) Pt. D^p 



*',^i2(krai$'y);n;^P(kmyr); 
X.^'?p (k'-llty') pr.n.m. 



bbp 



(kmri'i) /"i/t bp^, pi 



^bp.?., to be small, light 
swift, to be lessened, 
despised. — Ni. ^pJ, ^p.J^ 
fut. pi. 17p.^, to be small, 
little, insignificant, light, | V.Lp", to swing, to sling 



inf. Dl'p, to mock, to scoff 
at. — Ilith. D^pon the 
same as Pi. 
Dpi^. (k^'lgfi) m mockery, 
scora, derision. 

np^i^ (k.>iiuw)/- = D'^p.. 

V?p' (kiJUV) ;,«. V'^p, to 

swing, to hurl with a 
sling; to expel. — Pi. fut. 



vte 



801 



Hffi 



y^^^ {kmi") to engrave, 



to carve. 
1 



y5iR.' {km') m, ip. v^^r- 

w.s. "iV?!^' ^ sliiig. 
V:^p.^ (k^,^') m, only pZ. 



^^\d, 



curtain. 



a hanging, covering. 

V^p (k&ll5") 9?i a slinger. 

bp.^p (k'lpkc'l) acZ;. good- 
for-nothing, vile. mean. 

]^'^^p (kiU^'bP'n) m point; 
y '^^^ trident, three- 
pronged fork. 

npjP (kjmv) /; c. npjp, pz. 

nl^l^, standing corn, grain 

in the stalk. 
7JS*Up (k^mcre'l) pr.n.m. 
I^itpjj (k^mp'n) pr.n. of a 

town in Gilead. 

ir^ltpP (klmmo's), ti^"lD^p »H 

thorn, thistle, nettle, weed, 
'^^p. (ke'mCi^) m meal, 

hruised grain. 
tOpj^ (k^mn't) /•ui.tDbj?:, to 

make wrinkled [others: 

to seize]. — Pu. l^J^J^ to 

be snatched away. 

'^Pi^ (k^mgl'l) pf. pi. i.p. 
^'P^^l^, to wither, to pine 
away. 

yPi^ (kama'B) to press to- 
gether, to grasp. 



yPp (kp'nigB) m, W.S. iliPlP, 
pi. D''!SOp, a handful, a 
grasp; bundle of ears; 
D^};r^P^ abundantly. 

"J'i^Dp (klmm^sp'n) m. Only 

pi. u^mn^'p, = ^vp'p.. 

jp (ken) m, tf/.5. lij?, p^ 
D')3|P, a nest, young birds; 
habitation, chamber, cell. 

^<3p (k5na') Pi ^<.^.^?, in/. 



N$i^. 



T'|C; W;-S. 



iNjp. imsjp 



/U«. ^<rl|2^ pi. ^rll^^, to be 

jealous or envious; to be 
zealous for; to excite 
jealousy or envy. — Hi. 
fut. ^V-I?- ^^ make jealous. 

^^p (k^nnf') m a jealous 
one. 

■n^^p (kinv) /, c. nx^p, 

w.s. 'nN;p, pi. niN^JP, zeal, 
jealousy, envy, anger. 

n^p* (kanr) m/. njp^, iJ^., 

n:p, nijp, mp. njp, /^^ 
n^i?:, ipi^i, p^ mp, c. mp, 

pi. D^Jp, to procure, to 
acquire, to purchase, to 
gain, to create, to possess, 
to redeem. — Ni. fat. 
nJf?''. to be bought. — Hi. 
T\yp,ri to buy [as a slave]. 

ri3p (kjnf') pr.n. of a 
brook between Ephraim 



m 



302 



r,?i? 



and Maiiasseh; pr.n. of a 
town in Asher. 
njf? (k$n^') m, c. nj.i?, pi. 
D^Jj!?, c. IJJ^, reed, cane, 
stalk; sweet cane or cala- 
mus; measuring rod, a 
measure of six ells; 
balance - beam , balance ; 
bone of the upper arm; 
shaft of a candelabrum. 

'^^iP- (k^nno') cidj. zealous, 
jealous. 
TJp (k'n$,'z) prn.m] patr. 

r,^i? (klnyrn) m, c \\]\^, 
w.s. "i^T"?!? , purchase, acqui- 
sition; possession, wealth; 
what is acquired or 
created. 

Ppllp ( klnn5;mp'n ) wi, c. 

"jD^p (kjnmcj'u), cinnamon. 

1^1^ (k^n^'n) Pi. p.l?, fut. 

X^."^], to build a nest, to 

nestle. — Pu. "[^p to be 

nestled. 
Y^2- (I'^'ii^B) m, only pi c. 

^^ik^p, hunting-net. 
rjjj? (k%5'^) j9r.n. of a 

town in the Hauran. 
Dpi? (kpljL'ra) inf. Dtpp, 

imp. ''pOp^ (ky'fiomr), \PlDp, 

/•m<. Q9p^ p^ opp, pi. 

D^ppp, to cut, to divide; 



to draw lots; to divine, 
to prophesy, to conjure up. 
0?p. (kg'fiH m, pi. D'PPP, 
decision, divination, oracle ; 
reward of divination. 

^Pir?. (k^'figa-) / vessel, 
bowl, ink-stand. 

•'^.^'Vi?'^,^Vi?(knir)2>r.n. 
of a town in Judah. 

^*fl<i?_ (k&"ak^") m cut or 
mark on the skin, tattoo. 

nnyp (k^-^rr) a c. n,ivp., 
pi. nl-)vp, c. nnvp., bowl, 

dish. 

^^p^ {km') fut. Nep:, pt. 

pi. D>'?p, to be contracted; 
to coagulate, to congeal. 
— Ni. fut. NSp> to be 
withdrawn. — Hi. K^SpH, 
fut. N"'£pl, to cause to 
coagulate. 

P^?P (kIpp5'o'n) m con- 
gelation, frost. 

n?]^ (kjfj'd) P*. l?p to 
roll up. 

■72p, TlSp (kipp^i'a) ,u 
hedgehog. 

rilSp (k'f^'d?) / horror, 
destruction. 

TiSp (kjpp$'z) ni arrow- 
snake. 

ySp (k5f&'B) /uf. ybp^ to 



r?. 



303 



^^2 



close, to shut [the mouth], 
to shut up [compassion]. 
— Ni. fat. XP.'i^] to be di-awn 
together, to die. — Pi. pt. 
'[>Bj2P to spring, to leap. 

yp (k?B) m, w.s. ""iii?, a 
cutting, end, limit, ex- 
tremity, fulfilment, death, 
destruction; ^J^.P after. 

2^1^ (k^Bi'b) fut. akjp: to 
cut off, to shear. 

n^jp (kg'B^b) w, pi. c. ^n^p, 

a cutting, shape, form; 
end, extremity. 

n^JP* (k5Br) inf. ni^i?, to 

cut off; to finish, to de- 
cide. — Pi- n'^|?j inf. 
n1^|2, pt. "^,'^12.^, to cut 
off, to take away. — Ei. 

n^j?n, inf. ni^p^n, to 

scrape off. 

n^jP* (k5B5') f, pi ni^5, 

c. rii^j?, extremity, end, 
border, compass, the whole. 

n^i? (k5[Br) m, c. n^i;', w/.s. 

^n,5JJ5, pi. c "".^i?, the same 
as'n^j?'; n^ipp at the end 
of, after, from all sides. 

n^iP. (krBg) m end; V^ 
7 n)Jp. there is no end to. 

1^p5 (k"^B5'v) or l^p, (k5Ba') 
m, only ^L c. 'Jl^p, end. 



nj^p (k^Bvr) /■, ?>Z. w.s. 

n^f?. (k§'B$^) m black 
cumin. 

pZ. c. 'p;*:*!?, judge, magi- 
strate, military leader, 
general. 

ny*>"i5jp* (k^BiV) /, pi. 

nlV^^J?, cassia, an aromatic 
bark like cinnamon. 

^y^^p^ (k^Brr) pr.n..f. 

"Tl^jP (ksBi'r) m, c. I^JiJ?, 

a cutting, reaping, harvest; 
* harvest-time , cut grain ; 

cut off bough, branch; 

reaper. 
^',^1^ (kfB^") Pu. pt. flpl. 

c. n'^^pt?, to be made 

into angles, to be cornered. 

Hi. fut. l^V^I?- ^^ scrape 

off.— iro.i?I//i)?.nlv^i?riP 

the same as Pu. 

^^jP (k^Brt) inf ?]Vi?, fut. 
f]"^^^ to be angry, to fly 
into a passion. — Hi. inf. 
^'."^pn, fut. nV^I?!^ to pro- 
voke to anger. — Hith. 
fj^^pnn the same as Q. 

vjs. ^,?^p, anger, wrath, 



•1??!? 



301 



n«:5i? 



fuiy, strife, quarrel; 
fragment of wood, chip. 
riD^p (k^Bjf*') f broken 
off bough, chip-wood. 

to cut off, to clip off, to 
trim. — Pi. |Vi?p, f,^p, 
fut. |^,^j2?, to cut or hew 
off, to cut through. — Pu. 
'pt. l^i^pP to be cut off. 
n^l^ (ksBi^'r) inf. "I'^i?, w.s. 

DD"}^]?, t?»p. pz. n>p, /■»«. 

D"'n!i*p, to cut, to mow, to 
reap; pt. reaper. — intr. 
inf. "li^p, fut. I^p?, to be 
cut, shortened, lessened;* 
to be short, impatient, 
unable. — Pi. "l.^ip to 
shorten. — Hi. "l''j*pn to 
reap; to shorten, 

"l,"i;j^ (kaBt'r) adj., c "l.^p, 
Vl- c. '•.l^P, short; "i; i;ip 
short in the hand, power- 
less. 

n^p (kp'Bgr) m shortness; 
ni"] 'p impatience. 

n^iP (k^'BrO-) /, nj-^p (k'^B5- 
Tp'-9) end, extremity; the 
whole. 

"1p (ki^r) adj., pi. Dnp, 
cold, cool, quiet. 

1P (kir) =^ Tp. 



^p (kpr) m coldness, cold. 

^<np* (k5rr) i«/. Nip, 
mXip, 10.5. ^Nip^ (korT), 
imp. Nip. iSnp, V««. N^p\ 

pt. Nnp," j<."i;p, p^. Q^N-j'p, 

D^xnp, to cry, to call 
aloud, to roar; to proclaim, 
pronounce, preach; to call, 
to summon, to invite; to 
implore; to call together, 
to appoint; to praise, 
celebrate; to call by name, 
to name; to read aloud, 
to recite. — Ni. ^^'ph fut. 

to be called, summoned, 
named; to be read. — Pu. 
N^'p, pt. w.s. ""Nipp, to be 
called, named. 

snp' (karr) fut. K-ip:, pt. 

f/pl. HNip, to meet, to 
happen, to occur, to befall. 

- Ni. Nip:, inf Kip;i, 

fut. N"^i^^ to encounter, 
meet, happen, to be met 
with. — J/i. fut. Nipi to 
cause to happen, to let 
befall. 

NHp (kpr?') in partridge. 

N^p (kpr(') jn:7i.m. 

nsnp (kn-r9) [tv- of 

^,lpjl only in ni^^lJp^ 



^?-?r 



305 



arfv., iv.s. ""riN^p*?, in an 
encounter, in a meeting, 
over against, opposite to. 

l"]!^ {km'h), n-ip/ (ksre'b), 

inf. nij?, nn,?, nni^ 

(korb5'), i)jjp. 2^p, ni"]]P, 

nip, /i,f. :i,ip>', to ap- 
proach, to draw near, to 
appear [before God], to 
come near, to advance. — 
Ni ^,lp^ to come near. — 
Pi. D"i|3, imp. nij:?, fut. 
2np% to bring near, to 
admit; intr. to be very 
near. — Hi. ^^Ipil, inf. 

nnpn, imp. nnpn,' a^ 
nn.pi, nipii, p«. nn.po, 

to cause to come near, to 
bring near, to admit, to 
give access; to offer, to 
present a gift; intr. to 
draw near, to be near. 

n^i^ (kfre'b) adj. drawing- 
near, approaching. 

— nj^ (kh-a'b) m collision, 
battle, war. 

21]^. (kg'reb) w, w.s. 1^1 p, 
pi. w.s. \5^p5 the interior, 
the midst, bowels, in- 
testines, cavity of the 
belly, the heart, the mind, 
the centre; ^"Ip,? in the 
midst, among; ^'Hp.P from 
the midst, from away. 

Hebrew-Eiiirlisli. 



nnijP (k^r5b5-) /, c. nnip, 

2^1. riiZl^p, the approach- 
ing, nearness; war. 

WP. (kyrba'u), inip (kur- 
b5'n) m, c. "jj^lp., pi. w.s. 
Drf^^lp; of fering, present, 
sacrificial gift. 

O^"]!^ (k^rdp'm) »n, w.s. 
i^P^ilp, pl. n';-??1p and 

nnfji (kgrr) M. nip:, 

"Ip.'.I, p«. /7pZ. nYp, to 'en- 
counter, to meet, to happen, 
to befall, to occur. — Ni. 

nipj, fut. nip:, 11^^.1, to 

encounter, to meet with, 
to hit upon; to be at a 
place by chance. — Pi. inf. 

nllp, pt. nipp, to join 
or cross beams, to build. 

— Hi. nipn, imp. nipn, 

to cause to meet, to let 
happen; to build [others: 
to choose convenient places 

for]. 

nnj^^ (kfrf) f cold. 

nnj^ (k5re') m, c. Hip, 
accident, occurrence. 

ni"i|:5, nnf5 (karo'b) adj., 
w.s. i;inp, pl. ^^"^"^^p., 

D^nip, / nniip, 'near, 
nigh, neighbouring, im- 
mediate, at hand, lately; 
2U ' 



mp 



30G 



V.1I? 



near relation, kinsman, 
neighbour. 

(kgrrf)!'), /m^ ni|?^, to shear, 
to make bald. — Ni. nij;54 
to be shorn bald. — ///. 
n"'1|?n to make bald. 

GiJl^ (kjr?'"^) pr.n.m. 
n"lp (kcre'ac^) m a bald-head. 
nnfj (k$'r$e^) m, iv.s. In"]]^, 
cold, chilliness; ice; crystal. 

(kQr*p'), hail, ice. 
rijp [ko' 1%^) pr.n.m.; patr. 

^nip^ (kgr^D, pi. D\nip^. 
nnnj^ (kgr^^') /, ivs. 

'^pnij^, baldness [of the 
back head]. 

^rpi^ (k^rCi'd),!^) /, w.s. 
"!^D^U5-5 baldness. 

np (kM*) "t, ^>. np. 
hostile encounter. 

N'^'lj^ (k5rr) «(«/., p?. c. 
^Nnp, called, selected. 

nX^*)]? (k'rj's') / proclama- 
tion. 

nnp (kiryro /, c. nnp, 

town, city [poetically for 
T'V]; H-IP ^^ many com- 
pouuds of proper names, 
e. g. V.51S y, D^V^ ^p, 
ISP 'p. 



^"^^li? (kMyyp'S-) pr.72. of 
towns in Judah and in 
Moab. 

^WP i^lry^H'ylm) pr.n. 
of a town in Eeuben. 

Q^^ (k5r&'in) fid. Dip:, to 

overlay, to coyer. 
li^i^ (kgr^'n) to beam, to 

shine, to cast forth rays. 

— Hi. pt. "jipD to put 

forth or have horns. 
1")B (kg'rgn) f, i.p. lip^, w.s. 

T?., du. Di'np, d:j:jp, c. 
^;ip, p^. niJip, c. niJip, 

a horn, horn-vessel, oil- 
horn; horn for blowing; 
point, corner; peak; ray 
of light; might, power, 
strength, dignity. 

"^^^n T^ir?. (k^r^n h$ppvi'c^) 
pr.n.f. [paint-horn]. 

DHj^ (km'fi) pt. Dip, to 
bend, to writhe, to sink 
down. 

D"lf5 (k^rgfi) JH, only pi. 
D^pip, c. pip, bend, hook. 

Dip = DTp pr.n.m. 

Pp1j2^ (^kcirCo'i) «», only du. 
w.s. "'.il'PIp, knuckle, ankle. 

ynj^ (k5r&") in/: ^ip, imp. 

pi. ivip, /""^ y.ip', ?>«• 
v."i.p.p^p.^np^,p/.D7ip, 



VIE 



307 



nts'p 



c. \V.'rii?, to tear to pieces, 
to rend, to tear away; to 
tear open, to open, to 
widen; to slander. — Ni. 

to be torn to pieces, to be 

rent. 

^^iP, (kg'rCi') w, only pZ. 
D^^^np, piece, rag, tatter. 

Y^Pi to press together, to 
bite [the lips], to wink. — 
Pu. Y'^'p to be pinched off, 
to be nipped off. 

TIE (kg'r§B) m gadfly 
[others: destruction]. 

V|^"]p^ (karkr') m ground, 
soil, floor, pavement, ceil- 
iug; bottom. 

^'E^li^^ (k^rka") pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

"^Pli^ (k&rkp'r) pr.n. of a 
town beyond the Jordan. 

^^i^ (karrr) Pi. inf. "lp_1i^, 
l>t. "Ip.'lpO, to pull down, 
to destroy [or from lip]. 

t^nf^. (krres) m, i.p. tj^'llp^, 
W.S.' '^\^.^p-, pi- C'*^''?p, c. 
''j!^1p; board, plank; row- 
ing-bench [others: pannel- 
ling, deck]. 



^lif?. (kg'rga-) f city, town. 

^,dP (k§rt5') pr.n. of a 
tow^n in Zebulou. 

IPlj^ (k^rt5'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Naphtali. 

ntf^f? (kp5-)^ HT.tf'p (k$fiv5') 
or n;^'p (k«6a'9-) /, ^l. 

ni^p (it^B^vo'^), c. nltf^p, 

vessel, can, jug. 

ntj^t^j^ (k^fiit5') /"something 
weighed, a piece of money, 
coin w^orth 4 shekels. 

n^'j^.^'|P (kafike'eg^) /, pZ. 

nltf^p^p, scale' [of a fish, 
of a harness]. 

^^ (kas) «i straw, stubble, 
chaff. 

i<f^p (klssu') »?2, ouly pi. 
D^N*^'p, cucumber. 

:^trf5 (kjsa'b) flit. n;2^p:, to 

listen, to hearken. — Hi. 

n^trpn, iV- ^'.^'PD, «»,p. 
n^'-pn, nn^:rpn, ^^. 

n^trpl, n^'pi, to attend, 
listen, hearken; to make 
attentive. 

2^1^. (kg'set) m attention, 
listening. 

attentive. 



nts'p 



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^,^i^ (k$§su'b) adj., flpl. 
nb^'j^, attentive. 

t^i^'.l, to be hard, heavy, 
harsh, severe, difficult. — 
Ni. pt. n^|?J to be op- 
pressed, depressed. — Pi. 
fui. n¥''i2;, ^^^\, to make 
hard, to labour. — Hi. 

'^'^'^yy, inf. ntrpn, fat. 

to harden, to make heavy 
or difficult. 

D^p^, /nti'p^, c. n^p, pi. 

nitt^i?, hard, difficult, 
severe, unfeeling, cruel ; 
inflexible, obstinate; un- 
fortunate, melancholy; 
strong, violent. 

ng^jP (k?§r^) Hi. n^ti'pn, 

/■«<. nypl, to harden; to 
treat harshly. 

tpcrp (kost), d;^P (ko'S^t) 
in faithfulness ; justness, 
truth. 

^ti^jP (k'sf) w hardness, 
obduration. 

•ji^^P (kisyp'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Issachar. 

l^i^i? (Ic-^5$'r) flit. 1*f p:, ;.«. 



D>;)i2'p, /n-jitt^'p, to bind, 

to tie; to join in con- 
spiracy, to conspire; pt. 
conspirator; pt. p. bound, 
strong, firm. — Ni. "l.t^pJ, 
fut. '\^\\, to be bound 
together, to be attached; 
to be finished. — P/. T-Tp, 
fut. 2. flsg. w.s. D'Tf'pr^. 
to bind, to unite; to bind 

about.- Pw.p«. /;)>;. niy^po 

to be strong. — Hith. "I,t?'prin 
to conspire. 

"Itrp. (kg'g^r) 7n, i.p. 1^'p^, 
w.s. "i"]^p, conspiracy, re- 
bellion. 

"If^p (klm'r) m, only pi. 
°'';i?p, girdle. 

(kp'ssv) to collect oneself. 

— Po. inf ^'}^!p,pt. ^'}?/p^, 
f ntt^'^'pp, to gather straw 
or wood. — Hith. ^'lifpT^Tl 
to collect oneself, to make 
up one's mind. 

n;^*P [kmd-) f [also m\ 

i.p. n^p^, iv.s. '•nif'p, pi. 
nlntt^'p, c. nin^'p,' a bo\\i 

[for shooting], rainbow; 
power, strength. 

ntf*p (kass^'O-) m bowman, 
archer. 



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"1 the twentieth letter of 
the alphabet, called tr"n 
[head] ; as a numeral -= 200. 

rlq, nix"!, w.s. \niNl, 
^n^l, imp. n^i, ^N-], US1, 

1. 5(7. n^<i^r, n»!, 2?«. nisn, 

c. ^isi, / nsi,. p?. nlNi, 
P<- p- '^i<"?, '/■/;??• rir><1,' to 
see, to look, to look at, 
to view, to inspect, regard, 
perceive; to feel, under- 
stand, learn; to live to 
see, to enjoy. — Ni. nXI.J, 

inf. ni<']r\, nixin [nlj<i;?. 
for ^n?]', imp. njff,-]:-],, fut. 
nxT.,' NT., pt. nxi;, to 

be seen; to show oneself, 
to appear, to reveal one- 
self; to be shown. — Pu. 
ns"! to be seen. — Hi. 

nxiri, nj<in, inf. rlj<'in, 
im^.'ns'iri, fut. nkni, 

^'^% i>^ nsi^, to make 
seeing-, to cause to see, to 
show; to make one feel 
or know; to cause to 
enjoy. — Ho. HS"]!!, pt. 
ni<"]D, to be made to see, 
to be shown anything. — 



Hith. HNirin to look at 
one another. 
"?"] (r5'5') / a bird of 
prey [for HSm]. 

nNT (rrr) adj., c. nxi, 

seeing, 
nS"!^ (rp'r) m [pt. of 

nXT], pi. D^N'i, seer, 

prophet; vision, oracle. 

IV (rp'e') pr.n.m. 

1^^^ j (r'ybe'n) pr.n.m., 

Reuben. 
n3^]l (r^"av5') /■, m/- of 

nXT.', a seeing, spectacle. 

nOlTS j (r='Cim5') prn.f. 
n^Sn (r^VO-) /• sight, 
seeing. 
''fl^n (r'T) wi mirror. 

^?5'^ (ro'D "I, i.p- ''^^*], sight, 
vision, appearance, spec- 
tacle, warning example. 

•j^^? I (r''5y5') pr.n.m. 

(rjm)' in, pi. b^pXl, D^pi, 
a wild animal, antelope, 
buffalo, unicorn. 
n''J<1 (re'i'^) = niXI, see 

nxT. 

IT T 

pr.n. of a town in Gilead. 



n»s-} 



:uo 



•^.;i 



j^Z. n'ltpSI, height; coral. 

tri^"l^ (rps) «i, W.S. 'p^^, 
pi D^ir'NI [for D'|:i''Nn], 
D^N"), c. ',tt*N1, the head, 
person; chief, leader, 
prince; chief town; point, 
top, first rank, the best; 
the total; multitude, band, 
troop; the beginning; a 
poisonous plant, poppy, 
poison. 

ti^SI (ros) pr.n. of a 
Scythian people, Russians; 
pr.n.m. 

n_t^*S"] {rW) f top, head; 
7\XlI'^'^T\ p,J<n corner-stone, 
kcy-stoue. 

^itTN-j, ^tTK"), iiti>n 

(rfso'n) adj., pi. D^^lt^NI, 

nlJb'NI, the first, fore- 
most, chief, former, earlier, 
preceding, ancient; adv. 
first, before, sooner, 
formerly. 
^pt^'^<"^ (rlspnr) adj., only f 

beginning, commencement, 
origin, former state, the 
first, the best, firstling. 
n;i*KT (rjj'g^o-) /, only pi. 



c. "'nitt^«"1, the place of 
the head, see n^';^"!^. 
y^ (r$b) adj., i.p. n*;), pi. 

Dpi, /-nni, c. nsi, 2>z. 

rlllT, much, numerous, 
many, abundant, sufficient, 
great, strong, mighty; 
chief, head, leader, master; 
adv. much, enough, abun- 
dantly. 
J 1 (rob) m, c. ^i, '21, iv.s. 
DD5'l,pZ.c.p-l, multitude, 
number, largeness, great- 
ness, fulness, totality; 2y^ 
in multitude, abundantly; 
2if2 for multitude. 

^?y imn) ff. pi. n,i, 

i.p. ni, inf. 21, to be or 
become many, numerous, 
abundant. — Pu. pt. f pi. 
nnn'^rp to be multiplied 
by myriads [niZl"]]. 

^?T (r^b^b) pf. 21, pi 
'21, to throw, to shoot, 
to sling. 

nnn*! (rb^br) /, pi nuni, 

c. niD^T!- great multitude, 
ten thousand, myriad. 

^^T (iTilnt'd) to spread, to 
prepare a bed. 

1^,5^ (r<ib5') inf. HIZl"], imp. 

n51. /"«<• nni:, 2^^| 2i:, 

jD^ n^Zli, to be or become 



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many, to increase, to 
multiply ; to be or become 
large, great, mighty. — 

Fi. nni, imp. nni [for 

*51], to make many, to 
get mncli, to bring up 
[cliildren]. — Hi. H^IH, 

inf. n^in, nnin, nnin, 
nTsin, imp. ^^Il^, fut. 
nn'li, nTi, pt. n51?5, pi 

W^l'O, to make many or 
great, to multiply, to in- 
crease, to do abundantly, 
to have or give much; 
i7if. nSin as an adv. 
much, greatly, abundantly. 
nZlh (robe') m shooter, 
archer [or becoming great, 

pt. of nni]. 

n!|T (rpbf') / the great, 
the chief one; pr.n. of the 
chief town of the Ammou- 

ites, ^IDV );.5 nni. 

Il"), Nil") (ribbo') /■, i«i*. 
nni. ten thousand, myriad 

2^121 (rgbi'b) m, only pi. 

D^n^ni, D'p?"|, abundant 

rain, shower. 
l^yi (rabid) »*, c. ini, 

collar, neck-chain. 
^y '^ ] (r^brr) adj. num., pi. 



fourth, fourth part, fourth 

generation. 
n^S-l (rpbi'^) pr.n. of a 

town in Issachar. 
"IT (raba'd^) ^o. 29«. / 

n?3"lp, to be mixed, 

mingled. 
n?Zin (ribl5') pr.n. of a city 

in Syria. 
D'l'lp'^^ (r$b fifrl'B) pr.n.m. 

[see D^D]. 

to lie down, to lie with. 
— Hi. fut. T^l^ to cause 
to gender. 

pZ. D''Vn"], to have four 
sides; pt. p. square, four- 
sided. — Pu. pt. ys"^^ to 

be made four -sided or 
square. 
yi^* (re'br) m the fourth 
part, fourth side [for ""J^^l 
see VnT]. 

^^n^ (i-e'b?i') pr.n.m. 

yill"] (ribbe'a') ,n, only pZ. 
D'^^51, descendent of the 
fourth generation, great- 
grandchild. 

ynn (rp'br) m = vni. 

y21 (raba'B) /««. f n"):, p«. 



n:}. 



312 



m 



to lie down, to couch, to 
rest, to repose; to lie in 
wait, to lurk. — i/i. f ^^IH, 

/■ut. f^n-ji, pt. '}>>-i-iD,'to 

cause to lie down, to lay. 

a couching, resting--place. 

•^iPx^l (ii>>kr) /»•.«./•., 
Eebekah. 

•^p.?^?! (r$b8ukr) m title 
of an Assyrian dignitary 
[cup-bearer or general]. 

^?n (r^'^^i?) or n^;i (r?V^b) 
w, only pi. D^S^i, c. "',5^1, 
a clod. 

^,^1 (r$^$'z) or p.";) (r5^rz) 

to be ill a trouble, to be 
stirred, moved, excited ; 
to tremble, to quake. — 

ffi- f'i^in, fut. v^y_, pt. 

r^i]"]^, tr. to stir, move, 
agitate, to cause to tremble. 
— Iliih. U.irn to be 
agitated, to rage. 

',41 (r$gg5'z) adj. trembling. 

'^1 (rp'g^z) m, w.s. "^Ul 
(rQgzg'c^?), agitation, excite- 
ment, nige, tumult, dis- 
ctuiet. 

ni :1 (ry^zy') / a trembling, 
quaking. 



',^"3 (rff&'l) pt. 7;ii, to use 
one's feet, to wander 
about; to slander; to full. 
— Pi. ^,A1, inf. %1, w.s. 
n-^n, fut. b^y, pt. pi. 
Q'','?^!]^, to wander about 
as a slanderer, as a spy; 
pt. a scout or spy. — Tiph. 
^^.1P [= Bi.] to teach to 

^ walk, to lead [a child]. 

^^7!. (i-^'?ei) /•, ip. b?.^, w.s. 

pi. D^,^:-], foot, leg, step' 
tread; du. also pudenda; 
pl.^ steps, turns, times, 
Q'b^-] ti^V^" three times, 

, thrice. 

",rJ"l (rogc'l) m fuller; in 
/)r.w. 7;ii ]'^V. a fountain 
near Jerusalem, 

V^l (r§^ll') wi, i>Z. D^^t'n. 
footman, pedestrian, foot- 
soldier. 

^?^1 (rpyu'm) pr.n. of a 
place in Gilead. 

Ql^l, M ^/. irp;5T, 'to 
heap stones upon, to stone. 

(r^'^gm mg'lgd^) pr.71.7n. 

heap, crowd. 

1^1 (roprn) //r /)/. D^rr. 



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313 



^n 



to murmur, to revolt. — 
Ni. fut. I^HV to murmur, 
to rebel. 

>*^1* (rff^") i?«- V^^, to set 
in motion, to cause to 
tremble, to terrify; to con- 
tract oneself. — Hi. T}y), 
fid. T^y.: to cause to 
move, to wink with the 
eye, to do in a moment. 

V,^^ (r5^?i") Ni. imp. f 
••V^in, to rest. — - Hi. 
V'.^in, fut. T^y., to cause 
to rest, to settle, to 
establish. 

^,rll (ra^r*') adj. living 
quietly, quiet. 

D"*^*^"], a winking, wink. 

moment, time, turn; adv. 

suddenly, for a moment, 

quickly. 
^JT (rg^^'s) to be noisy, 

to rage. 
t^?"n. (rg'ges) m noisy crowd. 



"^1, p'- "^.li, to tread 
down, to subdue. — Hi. 
fut. IT^I to extend, to 
overlay [with metal]. 

\y) (r5d5') !«/■. Pil'1'1, imp. 



nil, pi. ni, fut. Hv!-]:, 

pZ. Dni, to tread down, 
to subdue, to oppress; to 
rule, to sway. — Pi. fut. 
11'! [or from 11^] to cause 
to rule, to subdue. — Hi. 
fut. "Ill to tread down, 
to subdue. 

Tny (r5dr) fid. HIT, to 
take, to seize. 

\±1 (r^dd9,'y) pr.n.m. 

n^^n (rfdl'd) m, iv.s. nn"}, 
pi. Onni, thin, wide 
covering , veil , female 
garment. 

^y] (r?d?l'm) Ni. fut. D1T , 
pt. D11.^, to lie in a deep 
sleep, to be stupified, 
stunned, senseless, motion- 
less. 

^yi (vm^'f) inf. ^111, ^71, 
w.s. ''pi'^ (rQdfi'), imp. ^11, 

fut. f]iT, pt. ^li, ^1^1, 

pi. D^sii, 6. ''p.li, to run 
after, to pursue, to follow; 
to strive after; to chase, 
to drive away. — Ni. ^11.^, 
pt. ^11.^, to be pursued; 
pt. what is driven away, 
the past. — Pi. fut. ^^y., 

^^y,. [or = ^iT e], pi. 

^11'?, to follow, to pursue, 



2.3T 



314 



nni 



to strive after. — Pu. ^jil"! 
to be chased. — Hi. ^^'^IH 
to pursue eagerly. — Ho. 
ft. see ^."^It?. 

^m (r^h^'h) fut. DHT, to 
rage, to urge, to importune. 

- Hi. ^''r\y\^ fut. 3\nii, 

to excite ; to make 
courageous. 

inn (r^'hgh) adj., pi. D^pHl, 
proud, defiant. 

rage, violence, noise, de- 
fiance; a sea- monster 
[crocodile, symbolizing 
Egypt]. 

inn (rp'hjb) m, 2<;.s. 02^1 
(rQhbj'm), pride, Insolence, 
boasting. 

•j^nn (rQhg5') pr.n.m. 

nnn (1.51,5') fut. nn^, to 

tremble, to fear. 
tOnn (ri|L'h$t) m, only ;??. 

D^ani , watering-trough ; 

lock of hair. 
in see ni. 

m see nn. 

Ttn (ryd) p/"- "T^j to ramble, 
to rove about, to neglect 
[God]. — Hi inn, fat. 
"'"'ilx' ^^ ramble, to rove, 
to be restless. 



nri (rjvf) /■»«. nn:, p^. 

Ir.)!-' ^^ overflow, to drink 
copiously, to be debauched, 
to enjoy. — Pi. nn^ imp. 

^;).'1, fut. nn], w/.s. "ri)nh^, 

to be soaked, to be sated, 
to be drunk; tr. to M-ater, 
to drench, to satiate, to 
moisten. — Hi. n)in, pt. 
"ll^^ ^0 water, refresh, 
satiate. 

nn (r^vr) adj., f nn, 

watered, satiated with 
drink. 

nv] (r5v?i'^) fut. ni-]^, to 

be extended, to be wide 
or easy. — Pm. p«. nno to 
be spacious, airy. 

n^n (r$'v$^) m room, space; 
relief. 

nn* (ru'ne^) ^i. inf nn,!, 
tc.5. innq, /-^t nn;, nV^ 

ni.'n., to smell [«r.], to 
scent, to enjoy the odour. 

nn* (ru'a^) /; w.i. ^nn, 

p?. ninn, breath, wind, 
air, breeze, blowing; animal 
life, spirit, ghost, soul, 
mind, intellect, passion. 

nnin (rv^dj^') / relief, ease, 
breathing. 

njn (r«v5yr) / an over- 
flowing, abundance. 



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pn 



D^"l*(rum) p/. D1, inf. Dll, 
Dn, D^l, mp. 'r^'^'^'^^.. fi't. 
on;, DT, DTI Hyy*- 
TQin), j^«. Ql, / nDI, to be 
or become high, elevated, 
exalted, lofty, glorious, 
miglity, proud. — Pi OP'i"), 

imp. lotpn, fut. Qpn^, i?«. 

Dpntp, to make high, to 
raise, to bring up, to make 
grow, to exalt, to celebrate. 
— Pu. fut. Dpll], pt. 
Dpintp, to be raised, ex- 
alted.- i/i. D'ln, inf onn, 
imp. Din, fut.u^y,, nyx 

pt. Dno, pi c. \i5^1P, to 
make high, to raise, to 
lift up, to exalt, to elevate ; 
to take away, to receive; 
to offer, to present [a sacri- 
fice].- iTo. Dljn, MDT\ 
to be offered; to be taken 
away. — Hith. Dplion, 
fut. l.sg. D'O'ilH, to raise 
or exalt oneself. 

D^"l^, DT (rym) m height; 
pride, haughtiness. 

D^n (rom) m height. 

npl") (rpm?') f haughtiness, 
pride; adv. proudly. 

n|D1"l (rym5')pr.w.of aplace. 

DJJII (rpmi'm) m, pi Hlppi"], 
exaltation, praise; hymn. 



n^DDi"! (ro'merau'O-) / a 
rising up; majesty. 

l^i (run) Hith. pt. y.nnp, 

to be overpowerd, intoxi- 
cated [but see p.'^]. 

S?n (ru'a') Pu. fut. V)n], to 
be shouted with joy. — 

Bl '^'''^Ti^, Vin, infT'^.'T}, 

imp. pi '^Tiri, fut. Ty,, 
VT^, pt. pi D^np, to 
shout with joy, to cry, to 
raise a cry, to be noisy, 
to lament. — Z^«7^. V^.H^n 
to shout with joy. 

5]^"i (rvif) Pu. fut. f]Dn;, to 

be shaken, to quake. 

yT\ (ruB) pf yi, inf ]>n, 
imp. "fn, fi, fut. ]>n;, 

Y% fTl (viyyrrgB), pt. 
y-), pi n^^l n\^1], to run, 
to hasten, to rush; pt. 
runner, courier, royal mes- 
senger, body-guard. — Pi. 
fut. f ;i11^ to run fast. — 

Hi. Y'ln', imp. pn, fut. 

yy, to cause to run, to 
bring quickly, to chase 
away, to accelerate. 

p^l (ruk) HI pnri, inf 

p^-^n, fut. pn^, pyx^pt. 
pn», pi D^pnp, to 

empty, to pour out, to 
draw [a sword], to lead 



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to battle. — Ho. pH^H to 
be poured out. 

"Ill (rur) /)/. 1";i, to let flow 

out [spittle &c.]. 
tin"! (i-Bs) m poppy, poison, 

8ec C'SI. 

trn (rus) pf. tJ^'T p<. li'"-] 

[ti^'NI], to be poor, needy; 
pt. a poor one. beggar. — 
Hith. ti^'ti^npn, to feign 
oneself poor. 

nn (ryz5') to make tliin or 
lean. — A'i /*<<. HIIV to 
become lean. 

nn (1-52^') o<fJ-: f '^\\^'. lean, 
meagre. 

] itn (rjzp'n) m leanness, 

consumption 
I , T (r^zp'o) »H prince. 
I I : (r'zo'n) pr.n.i)i. of a king 

of Damascus. 

,! V (i'5zr) «i consumption, 
destruction; y"''^-! "^^'^^ 
to me! 

^n (r^z^'m) /■»«. DJT, to 
move the eyes, to wink. 

in (rpzc'n) [pt. of \r)l only 
^Z. D]jn, D;:in, prince, 
ruler. 

^m (r5ri)^'l)) to be wide, 
spacious, to be wide 



opened. — iVi. pt. 2n"]J to 
be wide, spacious. — Hi. 

^W^ *V. :i\mn, imp- 

to make wide, broad, 
spacious, to open wide; to 
extend, enlarge, expand; 
to relieve, to deliver. 

^HT M^'b) adj., e. nrn, 
pi. c. ^nni, f n^n-j, c. 

^,3ni, wide, spacious, 
broad, large; puffed up, 
haughty; subst. ambition, 
pride. 

^ni*(i"*^5'V) !>»••«/., Rahab. 

breadth, width, extension. 
2ni (rp'^^h) m, w.s. i2n"] 
(ryc^bp'), breadth, extent, 
comprehensiveness. 

2hV, ninn (r^o-b) »», 
tv.s'. nnni," ^^ riinn-], 

wide space, broad way, 
street, roomy place, court, 
forum. 

— n j (v'^^'h) pr.7i.m.; pr.n. 
of a town in Asher. 

n^rn ('"^^^*') [see nnyj 
/ roominess, freedom. 

I^'l^n") (i-^rt)pbo'a-) pr.n. of a 
well; T'y '"1 a suburb of 
Nineveh; "IH^D '"1 a town 
near the Euphrates. 



n^nm 



317 



PJ^l 



njnn"j (i-^^byr) or ^n;?ni 

(r^^aby5'hy) pr.n.m. 

i^JJ^m (r^^ab'5'm) pr.n.m.^ 
Rehoboam. 

^jyi. (rc^§') adj. grindiDg; 
m millstone, only du. D^'p"] 
the two grind-stones, hand- 
mill. 

D'^irn (r^^u'm) adj. merciful, 
compassionate. 

pinn (rae^o'k) adj., pi. 

D^p.lni, D'p.ni, /■nprn, 

pi. nlpni, far, distant. 

remote [of place and time] ; 

unattainable, precious; 

sitbst. distance, future, 

past; ^Inip from afar. 
^^r\l (rj^i't) m, pi. D^fp^ni, 

frame-work, panelling. 
D^n"] see nn"l. 

^m* Mn) /, pi Q'.^ni, 

female lamb, sheep, ewe. 
^'O'Y (j*?^?'!) pr-n.f.j Rachel. 
^jy^ (rfE^a'm) /"w^ tt/.s. 

?]Pn"]X (gre^Qmcfia'), to love. 

— Pi. cni, inf. qnn, /,/^ 

DDT, pt. Cnia, to have 
compassion, pity, tender- 
ness, love. — Pu. CrO, fuf. 
Qn"1% to meet with com- 
passion or mercy. 
Cnn (r5^a'm) in a VUlture. 



pZ. D^pni, c.'^pni, a womb, 
a maiden; pi. the bowels; 
compassion, mercy, sym- 
pathy, tenderness, pity. 

^UJl (rg-'ei^Jm) pr.n.m. 

W.5. "'ppl, the womb, the 
mother's womb. 
™r^Q (ra^nnia') /; <ite. 
Q^PPD,"!!, womau, maiden. 

^r^'^U^ (ra'^amanr) adj.. f 

n];bn,l, pi. T\\])r^rr\^ 

merciful, compassionate. 

'IPT (r^e^af) to quake, to 
tremble. — PI fut. ^J^l], 
pt- f I^?n^T' to brood, to 
hover over. 

ynn (r5^$'B) inf. \r\\ 

n^ng (rg^Br), tmi>. fpi, 
n'^ni, 2?z. ni^oi, to wash, 

to rinse; to wash away; 
to wash oneself, to bathe. 

— P^f" f n"l to be washed. 

— Eilh. fnir^n to wash 
oDeself. 

a washing. 
i^J^n"!. (r§^B5') / a washing, 

wateriDg-place. 
PHI (r?^^'k) inf. phi, m/>. 



?m 



318 



pn 



^ii^ni, fnt. pny., to be far, 
distant, remote; to remove 
oneself, to be away. — Ni. 
fid. ppT to be removed. 

— Pi- pni, fui. pnT, to 

remove far away. — Hi. 

p'p-in, inf. pnin, p\nin, 

fut. p''p11, to remove, to 

put far away; intr. to be 

far off; inf. adv. far, away, 

distant. 
PP^ (r5^?'k) ac/j., pi. w.s. 

Ti?.^"], departing from. 

removing. 
^m (raffia's) to boil over, 

to pour forth. 
J^D^ (rd'e^^^a-) / fan, wdn- 

nowing-shovel. 

^J^l (r5trb) /w«. npT, to 

be moist or juicy. 

Ibn (rgto'b) arfj. juicy, 
succulent, fresh. 

see ton;. 

^^n (r^'*S*) "i terror. 

trSt}^ (ru'taf&'s) a i^«., to 
become fresh or green 
again. 

^J^"! (rnU's) Pi. t^'■Ln, fut. 
t^PT, to dash to pieces, 
to prostrate. — Pu. ^]^'^, 
fut. ti'l^T, to be dashed 
in pieces [to the grouudj. 



1 (ri) ju rushing water, 
watering. 

^^V (rib) pf 3-1, iuf nn.. 
ni, nn, imp. nn, ^^ 
nn\ n"i\ -2'\\ 2")'i 

pt. 2'^. to quarrel, to 
strive, to contend, to plead; 
pt. pleader, defender, ad- 
versary. — Hi. pt. 3''"|]t?, 
pi. c. ""n^P, the same as Q. 

nn.^ nn (rib) »,, w.s. nn., 

;>?. D^pn., c. •'3n, quarrel, 
strife, contention, feud, 
dispute . judicial cause, 
suit, litigation, plea. 

"".^ ! (iib$,'y) pr.n.m. 

n**"! see nn. 

exhalation, scent, smell, 

fragrance. 
D*'"l. see U^\ 
T^. see yn. 

niDn, nisn (rUo's-) //ji>z. 

pounded corn, grits. 

^^''I (nf^'O-) i^r.n. of a 
Japhetic people on the 
Black Sea, Cimmerians. 

p**"! (rik) adj. empty, vain; 
suhst. emptiness, vain 
thing; adv. in vain, to no 
purpose. 

pn, pn (.-..k) adj., pi. 



Dpn 



319 



D21 



nif?"!, empty, void, vaiu, 
wanton, hungry, idle, 
worthless. 

Qj^*'l (rcka'm) adv. emptily, 
in vain, vainly, without 
cause or effect. 

"I**"! (rir) m, w.s. iT"l, 
spittle, slime. 

trn, trS"! (res) and ^'1. 
(ris) «i poverty. 

']'i:^1"] see li:i^■^<1. 

T]"l (r^c^) adj., pi. D\?1,y 
HDl, pi. riiDl, tender, 
delicate, weak, soft, flat- 
tering, timid. 

Tjl (roc^) m softness, de- 
licacy. 

D-D*! (r?ic^^'b) inf. nipi, imp. 

n2pi, to ride, to drive.— 

a^DIl, 35"!1, to cause to 
ride, to cause to drive, to 
convey, to let rest, to 
subdue. 
:2pn (re'c^^b) m, i.p. nDI, 

w.s. i3?1, pi. c. ''sipi, 

mostly coll., vehicle, wag- 
gon, chariot, war-chariot, 
train of waggons, horses, 
riding-horses and horse- 



men; the upper mill-stone 

[the runner or rider]. 
^?"1 (i-akka'b) m horseman, 

driver, charioteer. 
^,•5 J. (r?c^5'b) pr.n.m. ; patr. 

nSD") (rjc^b^') / a riding. 

HD"] (rec^5') ijr.n. of an un- 
known place. 

^.^^n (rc^tj'b) m vehicle, 
waggon. 

CriD"],t^'D"l(r^v's)7n, IV.S. 
ity'DI., property, goods, 
chattle, moveable and 
landed property. 

t^^'pn (r^ii)!'!) m a going 
about, trafficking, slander. 

TlD"! (r^c^a'c^) pf. "^1, fut. 
[or NQ '^y.. to be thin, 
weak, delicate, soft, timid. 

— Pu. TjD";! to be softened. 

— Hi. "^iri to make timid. 

"^i?! (r5c^^'l) pt. "Ppi, pi. 
b^_^?i, /n^3i, to go about 
as a trader, as a slanderer. 

^,?T (rf^a'l) pv.n. of a towu 
in Judah. 

trade, traffic. 
D,?"l MH'fi) /wf. DDT, to 

tie together, to bind on. 
Dpn (r^'c^^B) w, only pZ. 



03*1 



D'DD"], hill, mountain- 
ridge. 

DDT (rp'c^gfi) m, only pi. c. 
'•DD'^l , troop, band, con- 
spiracy. 

t^?*! (r?(^^'s) to bring to- 
gether, to collect, to ac- 
quire/ 

^?n (rs't^^s) m, i.p. t^♦^■l, 

swift horse, courser [coll.]. 
D"]* (rfm) see Dn p^ 
UH (rfm) pr.n.m. 
npn^ (r5m5') K '^^^^ , ^ 

npi, p?. c. ""pi, to cast 
down, to shoot; pt. shooter, 
archer. — Pi. H^T, inf. 
niDT, to cast down, to 
deceive, to betray. 

ngn" (r^mr) /, c. noi, 

[sacred] height, elevation. 

1^!?^ (r^m^'j w. loc. n nroi , 

pr.w. of towns in Benjamin, 

Ephraim, &c. ; gent.''r\p'l-^ 

[height of the jaw-bone] 
a locality in the mountains 
of Judali. 

■^1 T • (rl'"™*') f coll. worms; 
wormhole, rottenness. 

*] l?pT (rimmp'n) jn, iv.s. ^J^"!, 

pi. D^:lai, D^Jb-), c. "'JlD-i,' 
pomegranate [tree and 



320 DD-^ 

f ruitj ; an ornament in archi- 
tecture , artificial pome- 
granate apple. 

I ''? • (I'lramp'n) pr.n.m. of a 
Syrian deity; pr.n. of 
several towns. 

n lU* (r^rao'O-) pr.n. of towns 
in Gilead and Simeon. 

ri^D"! (r5mu'^) / heap of 
corpses. 

n?*! (ro'm$d)) m, pi. D'HO"], 
(;.''np'^ (rgmc^c'), lance, spear. 

•Jt : - (rJmy*') pr.n.m. 

Ht^*] (r"mlyy5') / a slacken- 
ing, remissness, sloth; 
deceit, fraud. 

a mare [others: stud]. 

^nV^"j (r'm^lyrhv) pr.n.m. 

OPI* (r^m^'m) inf. D*l, ful. 
21 U 5 to creep, to swarm 
[others: to be rotten]. 

OPT (r?nirm) p/. p?. IQI. 

iDi-j, p^ /n;^oi-i, to be 

high, to be lifted up.— Ai. 
imp. pi. ^i3in, fut. pi. 
IDT, to lift up oneself.— 
Hith. Dpnon see Dn. 

"ItV'^riDph (tonuVratl-'rz^r) 
pr.n.m. 
Dpi (r^nnVB) i«/-. Db"l, /»/. 



^^1 



321 



VI 



DbT, pt. Dpi, to tread, 
to tread down, to trample 
on, to profane. — Ni. fut. 
DpT to be trodden down. 

^'PT (rama'fi) fut. C^»T, V^- 
trpi, / r,^;pi, to' move, 
to creep, to crawl, to 
swarm with. 

C(^*?5^ (re'mefi) m coll. what 
moves and creeps, small 
animals, reptiles, insects. 

HDl (re'mgO-) pr.n. of a 
town in Issachar. 

U.ppn ( rgl'ma^-^l'yim ) pr.n. 
\du. = double height] of 
a town; D^SlU "\ the 
dwelling place of Samuel, 
Arimathea. 

(I (rpn) «i, p^ c. ^^T (rgnne'). 
shout, rejoicing, song of 

joy- 

nn (r5nr) /u/. n^T, to 

whizz, to clank. 

nl J (rinnf') /, w.s. ''ri|1, 
rejoicing, exultation, shout 
of joy; lamentation. 

MJ j (rlnn?') pr.n.m. 

(jH (r5n$'ii) inf. 1^ , i>»^. 
/ ""n (rynnl'), pi ^^"1, /«<. 
lix [1^x1 to cry aloud, to 
shout with joy, to rejoice; 
to lament, to wail. — Pi. 
"li^.l, if>f- )^.1, wtp. pi- 't'^i, 

Hebrew-English. 



fut. *I,il.l), to rejoice, to 
shout with joy, to sing 
praise to. — Pu. fut. "j^^i^ 
to be shouted for joy. — 
Hi. imp. pi. ^^''Pin, fut. 
V.^ll, to cause to shout 
with joy; to rejoice. — 
Hi. pt. ynr^P [or from 
pi] to rejoice. 

n::"] (r«n5ni') /, c nJJI, 
pi. ni3Jl, shout, joyful 
cry; pi. D'JJ:"] female 
ostriches. 

'^,?*] (rlfiBa') pr.n. of a 
station in the desert. 

D^pT (rpu'B) m, only pi. 

□plD"], niins; drops [of 

dew]. 
IPn* (rg'fien) m, w.s. iJPI, 

bridle, curb, bit-mouth ; 

the teeth, the jaws. 
IPn (re'Bgn) pr.n. of a city 

in Assyria [annexed to 

Nineveh]. 
DDT (rpa'e) in/. Di, to 

moisten, to wet. 
^1 (rr) af^., i.p. VI, pi. 

^'n. f ^m^ c. nVl, pi. 

ri!^"^, bad, wicked, evil, 

mischievous, malignant. 



noxious , 



hurtful , 



un- 



pleasant, hideous, un- 
happy; suhst. an evil, 
21 



V.1 



822 



r.'vi 



wickedness, wrong, mis- 
chief, misfortune, adversity. 

Vy in'''') '", ^0.8. ''VI, FIVX 

^nyi, pi D'vi, c. \v.l, 

friend, companion, fellow, 
associate, neighbour; see 
also ^'^i<. 
V^. (rQ'a') in, 2V.S. ''Vl, pi- 
□"•Vl, tliouglit, desire. 

noise, thunder. 

J?"^? ^"^"l ('■p''^') »n badness, 
wickedness, wretchedness. 

^y.y (rrrb) flit. 2yT, to 

hunger, to suffer hunger. 

— Hi. n^vin, fut. a^ii, 

to cause to hunger, to let 
famish. 

2Vy (ra'c'b) adj., pi. D^pn, 

/ n^VI., hungry, famished, 
exhausted. 

hunger, famine, scarcity. 

*7,yi (r^&'d) /h^ nVT, to 

quake, to tremble. — ///. 

Tvirt, p;. T^'P, to 

tremble, to shake. 
"^^11 {rrn) in and niV"] 

(r'5d5') /trembling, terror. 



nvi, /u«. "VT, VI,'!., pt. 
nv% c. nvi, iv.s. '•vi, pz. 

D^lv'i, c. 'Vi, /ni;i, to 

feed a flock, to lead to a 
pasture-ground, to conduct, 
to guide, govern, protect; 
pt. a shepherd; intr. to 
feed, to consume. — Jli. fut. 
nvil, to pasture, to cause 
to feed. 

"Vi/ (rrs') fttt. nvT, pt. 

"Vi, to like, to be fond 
of, to delight in, to as- 
sociate with. — Pi. iT<;"l 
to choose for a companion. 
— Ilith. fut. VIO: to 
associate oneself. 

^VT (rrr) f [see VI], c. 
n^^, pi. niy^, evil, bad- 
ness, suffering, misfortune, 
destruction, wickedness. 

ny"l (rgY) /"a female friend 
or companion. 

T.^^"! [^i/]? fi'iend, com- 
panion. 
ri>n (rp'^') m shepherd, see 

n>n (lo'a') /■ a breaking, 

bursting. 
^V : (r^'i^') pr.n.m. 
^?!?"'1^"1 (i"''a'?'l) pr.n.m. 



'VI 



323 



^.^^ 



female friend or com- 
panion; after nc^'S = the 
other; delight, desire. 

''V'n (r»'i') m pasture. 
V.1 (j"?'!') pr.n.m. 

^'Pl (rpT) J» shepherd, = 

^)V1. (rry?') /, pi w.s. 

"•p^Vl, female friend, one 

beloved. 
^I^Vl (I'^'yo'n) m thought, 

meditation, desire. 

be brandished. 
V!^ (r|L"&l) m a reeliug, 
staggering [from intoxica- 
tion]. 
nbV"j (r='5la) /, only pi. 

ni^Vl' ^^eii.. 

•^^^jJ^ J (r*'?'lgLy5') pr.n.m. 

0]n (rrrm) M. D,^"]^, to 
tremble, to quake; to rage, 
to be agitated, to roar. — 
Hi. D^in, inf. lu.s. 

ni^^Vin, fut. D^ni, Dv,y_, 

to cause to roar, to 
thunder; to provoke to 
anger, to offend. 

^V'^- (r?L"$m) m, tv.s. fj^yi, 
thunder, rage, roaring. 

riDV"]* {vrm') f a trem- 
bling, quivering. 



nj^yn (rgl'mg,') pr.n.m. of 
a Cushite; also his tribe 
and country. 

•Jt : <-i^ (i'9'"$my5') pr.n.m. = 



DpDVn (rrm"fi?'fi) and 
CCP*^'1 (r&"$mfie'fi) pr.n. of 
a city in Egypt, Eaamses 
in Goshen. 

1^1 (r5'.an) Pil. ^.^1 [or 

adj.] to be or become green. 

^]UV;i, f n^^Vl, green, 
succulent, fresh. 

Vn* (rrr') p/-. VI, inf. 

vn, vi, nvi, m. ^t, to 

break, to dash in pieces, 
to shatter; to be broken, 

— Hi. inf. vin, fat. vi;, 

to break to " pieces, to 
destroy. — Hith. VVlir^H 
to be shaken violently, to 
be broken to pieces, to 
perish. 

VVy (ra'a") pf VI, inf. 
^i, imp. pi. \V\ fut. Vl."'., 

V1,M, to be bad, evil, 
augry, sorrowful, sullen, 
envious , wicked , dis- 
pleasing. — //i. *>^in, VI n, 

inf OT, '^y^. 'm ix, 
vi;, pt. V1D, 2>. vi», p^. 

D"'^V1P, to do evil, to act 
21* 



Wi 



sn 



",?"J 



badly, wickedly, to make 
bad or evil. 
^Tl (rrS'f) fut. Fl,n^ to 
drop, to drip, to distil. — 

Hi. imp. pi "iZ'ynn to let 

drop. 

Y}n (rr^'B) flit, yyy., to 

break to pieces, to oppress, 
to vex. 

tryn (rr$'§) fut. ^y_y., to 

be agitated, to tremble, 
quake , wave. — Ni. t^*V13 
to quake. — Hi. ^y.l^, 
fut. tr'711, pt. tS^"7lD,*to 
cause to quake, to shake, 
to terrify, to cause to leap. 

^*^[1 (r^"$s) m agitation, 
violent motion, earthquake, 
noise, uproar. 

J^S"!* (r$fr) mZ-^^i?"?, imp. 

ND1, nsn, fit. NDT, pt. 

NDi', pi. b\J<?)i, to bind 
[a wouud], to heal, cure, 
restore, mend, help; to 
comfort. — Ni. N©"]^, i^if 
NDin, fut. NST, 'to be 
healed , cured , restored, 
mended. — Pi. NB"i, inf 
i<Bl, fut. X2:i;, to heal, 
to make sonnd, to restore; 
to cause to hral. — Bith. 
inf. SD"irn to cause one- 
self to be healed, to get 
healed. 



^,?1 (''5'5') pr.n.m. of the 
founder of a race of giants. 

HNS"] (r'fyV) /, only pi. 
niNP"], medicine, physic. 

n^SEi") (rli'o'O-) /a healing. 

D\SE»y (rfaTm) pi. m 
[patr. of ND"]^] giants, 
Kephaites, the descendants 
of Kapha. 

D\SDT (rfriTm) pi. m [sg. 
ns"!] the dead, the de- 
parted, departed spirits, 
shades. 

^?!??"! (r^f5'?'l) pr.n.m. 
Rafael. 

7?1 (r^fiU'd) fut. IIT, to 
stretch out. — Pi. l£l to 
spread; to support, refresh. 

nST (rafr) fut. HBT, 
P]"]|'., to be slack, weak, 
feeble; to desist, to sink, 
to despond. — Ni. pt. risn.J 
to be remiss or lazy. — 

Pi. HBi, pt. n?ir^, to 

loosen, to slacken, to let 
fall. — Hi. r^B']r[, imp. 

n.Ein, ?]-in, fut. heni, to 

slacken, to desist, to with- 
draw, to let alone, to 
abandon, to leave off. — 
Hith. n^^rn to show one- 
self lazy, indolent. 



n,?^ 



825 



n^i 



nST (rife') adj., c. nSI, //^L 
niDT, slack, feeble, faint- 
hearted. 

^^?^ (r^fu') pr.n.m. 

n*iS"] see nisn.. 
"?n (r^'^*^) pr-n.m. 

nn^s") (i-fid5') / couch, 

back of a litter. 

D^il^DT (rfldl'm) pr.n. of a 
station in the desert. 

"I*^^ 1 (r^f?y5') pr.n.m. 

^jl^S"! (rifyo'n) m slackness, 
despondency. 

DSn, b*S"T. (r^f^l'B) fut. 
^B")), to trample, to make 
muddy. — Ni. ti*S"]^ to be 
mwAAj. — Ilith. DElOn to 
prostrate or humble one- 

• self. 

nnbS"! (raffipd?') /, only 
pi. rilCDI, a float or raft. 

psn (r5f?L'k) uith. pBir^n, 

to lean oneself, to rest 

upon. 
^t'H N'^^^) iu mud, slime. 
nSn (rg'f^a) «i, only pi. 

D''riS"|, stable for cattle. 
y"3 see f n. 

yi (r$B) w, pZ. C. ^,iil, 

a piece. 



XJ|"J (raBa') in/-. ST 1J"1 = "j^n 

to run. 
7^1 (rgB^Vd) Pi. /m«. n,5I1^, 

to observe with jealousy, 
n^"l (rjBj') »;/. ni^fl, «»p. 

Tj^I, to take pleasure in, 
to be pleased, to delight, 
to like, to love, to be 
fond of, to be kind, 
gracious, propitious, to re- 
ceive graciously; to be 
pleasing or agreeable; to 
be taken for payment, to 
be paid.— Pj. fut. H^l) to 
seek favour, to appease. — 
Hi. n^in to pay off. — 
Hith. iT^l^iri to show one- 
self pleasing. 

*11^"1 (rsBo'n) VI, c. ])'i\ 
w;.5.iJili1,iJk-l, good will, 
inclination, pleasure, de- 
light, favour, grace, kind- 
ness, wilfulness. 

n;^"J (r5Br^) inf. H^l, fut. 

n;iT, pt. n^ii, to kiii, 

murder, slay. — Ni. fut. 
n^1\ to be murdered. — 
Pi. fut. H'^T to kill, to 
murder, to destroy, to 
crush. — Pu. fut. n'^T 
(y'^rQBBiL'^) to be crushed 
[probably for H'^l^ Pi.]. 



n^.-l 



826 



ni?-:i 



'^^T'- (ri^'^^^f^^) »" ^ crushing; 
cry, outburst of the voice. 

S^^l (ilBy?') pr.n.m. 

']''Ji"l (rBi'n) prn. of a 

Syrian king. 
V^^ (r5B^") to pierce, to 

perforate. 

to arrange, to tessellate. 

?)^n* (i-rBi^f) "I glowing 

stone [others: burning 

coal]. 
^^y (rrBiJf) pr.n. of a 

town in Syria, near the 

Euphrates. 
nS^"] * (rIBp5') / hot stone, 

burning coal. 
nS^"]* (rlBp^') pr.n.f. 

ns^7 (ri'B^fr) /•, c. ns^i, 

tessellated pavement. 

y^l (r^B^'B) pf. yi, fut. 

n; [for vi;], r.Tx, p^- 

'^^\ pi. D^??^^1, to break, 
to crack, to crush, to 
bruise, to oppress; intr. to 
be broken, to be feeble. — 
Ni. ^llJ to be broken, 
bruised, destroyed. — Pi. 
\;i\ fat. 'j^,l?'i; and xp^], 
to break through, to dash, 
to oppress. — Hi. fut. 



I^I.J^l to dash to pieces, 
to crush. — Hith. 'P.);'i"irin 
to dash against one another, 

P"! (rs^k) adj., f n^^l, pi 
rili^l, thin, lean; adv. 
only, solely, except, no- 
thing but. 

p"l. see pn.. 

pn (rpk) m, ic.s. i^"}, spittle. 

IIJ^-J (r5k-t'l,) fat. np.-]:, to 
be rotten, to decay. 

^P^ (r5k5'b) m rottenness, 

caries, decay. 
•]1np"! (rikk5bo'n)m==np^"5. 

"Ipn (r5ki'd) tn/- ^'\>1, fnt. 
pi. npl^, to move up and 
down, to leap, to jump, 
to start. — Pi. lp."l, fut. 
'TpT, 'pu Ipltp, to leap, 
jump, dance. — Hi. fut. 
"^''Pll to cause to leap. 

npn (riikkr) f IV.S. "ini^i, 

thin spot, temples, cheek. 
T^pl (rijkko'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Dan. 

n^p"] (rlkka'arf)) ?w, only 
pi. Cnpl, an anointing, 
unguent. 

npn (ruk.l'c^) /^^ np"!^, ;)<. 
npi, to mix, to spice, to 
season, to perfume, to 
make unguents. — Pu. pt. 



ni2i. 



327 



v^:i 



njp^'ip to be mixed or 
spiced. — Hi. imp. HjP'in to 
spice, to season. 

njpT (r^k^^) m spice. 

njPT (r^'k^^) m spice, per- 
fume. 

^1^1 (r«Lkk«i'^) m mixer of 
imgueuts. 

nnj^l (ri]ikk5e^5') / a female 
mixer of unguents. 

ri?l (raklV) ,„, c. V^.l, 
Tault of heaven, firma- 
ment, sky; payement, floor. 

p*'pn (raki'k) m tliin cake 
for offering. 

Dp."! (r5k«L'm) p«. D|Pi , to 
delineate, design, varie- 
gate; pt. embroiderer. — 
Pu. W^^ to be shaped or 
formed curiously. 

Qpll. (re'kgm) pr.n. of a 
town in Benjamin; pr.n.m. 

nppn (rikmr) A w.s. 

ni?p|^l, embroidery, varie- 
gated work or garment, 
party-coloured work. 

^P-T- (r?k$") inf. and imp. 
Vip.1, M Vp.T, pt. 'l\>r\, 
c. Vp.i, Vp.n, to stamp, 
to beat, to expand, to 
crush.— Pi. V7.1,MVj;?T, 



to hammer out, to overlay. 
— Pa. pt. Vjp^'IP to be 
beaten out. — Hi. fut. 
^""p."]! to stretch out, to 
extend. 
yjp"l (rlkku'a') m, only pi. 
c. ''Vj'?"!, plate, beaten-out 
metal. 

ppn (r?k.a'k) fut. Pi;, to 

spit. 
ripl (rakkgi'^) pr.n. of a 

town in Naplitali. 

^1 (ras) pt. of rr'n. 
t^n, t^l see ti^'n;. 

'] vti^n (risyp'n) m permission. 

n^t^l see n^^'Nl. 

Qf^T (rasa'm) p«. 2>. °^^'"1, 
to write down. 

yf^n (ras^'=) fut. v]^y„ to 
be godless, wicked, law- 
less, fractious, guilty. — 
Hi. Tp^r^, inf. Vyin, 

fid. ^yii, pf. :^7^'i»,"to 

convict, to declare guilty, 
to condemn, to overcome; 
to act wickedly, mis- 
chievously. 

y.^^l (ras5") adj., pi D^V^'I, 
'J. >:^'1, /■ n\**f 1, godless, 
sinful, wicked, lawless, 
vicious, unrighteous, guilty; 
sinner, oppressor, apostate. 



vpi 



],;r 



j>I. D"',V^1, godlessness, 
wickedness, unrighteous- 
ness, lawlessness, injustice, 
unlawful gain. 



DT>] 



'"!, wickedness, 



wicked deed. 
1 



c. ^Dt?^"1, spark, flash, 
flame, lightning; fever, 
plague, pestilence. 

?^^n (r^'bgf) pr.n.m. 

^*f^l (ras^s) Pi. fnt. 
l^'fi'n^, to waste, to 
destroy. — Pu. ^'}^''} to be 
destroyed. 

a net for fishing or fowl- 
ing; net-work. 

r\py see ^'1\. 

pliin (rjtto'k) J// and Hp^'ni 



(mtukr) /, pi. rip^m, a 

chain. 

np"! (ra9rv'^) Pt. imp. nr."!, 
to make seethe, to boil 

[tr.]. — Pu. nnTi to boil 

[intr.], to be agitated. — 
Hi. fid. n''n"]l the same 
as Pi. 

^^TT), (i-i^'O-iiirf)) m a seething. 

OPl (r55-i]l'ra) t»?/>. Dni, to 
bind fast, to harness. 

DriT(rp'O-tjm) m, p^. D^pH^, 

broom-plant. 
T\X^Tp\^ (ria-m^') pr.n. of a 

station in the desert. 

ppl (rs^-a'k) A7. fxd. pn"j,r, 

to be unchained [perh. for 
yj^'.'^i'. to be broken]. — Pu. 
pn"! to be bound. 

npn-j (r.9-ukr) /, only />/. 

nlpri"), a cliain. 
nrin (r^^'^-) «i terror. 



t^» 



ti^ with t^*" the twenty-first 
letter of the alphabet, 
called V^ = r^' [tooth]; 
as a numeral = 300. 

^<tr, nstr see ><.tt'j. 

"ISCi^ (b«'p'i-) m ferment, 
leaven. 



a lifting up [of the head 
and face = cheerfulness]; 
elevation, majesty; scab, 
pimple. 

-n^ (05\ui'd)) »», pi. D\2;f , 
lattice-work. 



n^ntt^ 



ntt^ 



net, lattice, lattice-work, 
wiudow. 

Dntr [Q^'Wra) or HO^t?^ 
(Bibm5') pr.«. of a place ill 
Reuben, near Heslibon. 

V2\^ iUH"), V2^ (fiat)?'''') 
inf. *^"i2'^, V.^'p, fut. V2tf*:, 
to be full, filled, satiated, 
satisfied; to have abun- 
dance, to be surfeited or 
tired. — Pi. VSti', inf. xv.s. 
^Vlti', to satiate, to 
satisf5^ — Hi. V^3f H, inf. 

i;^3if^n, fid. ^^n^i, 'pt. 

T'^^'Q, the same as Pi. 

y2^ (eab?'') w satiety, 
abundance. 

^ntr (Dlbe'^') acZj., c. Vn^, 
jjZ. D"'V5^, satiated, satis- 
fied, full, having abun- 
dantly. 

yntr (Bo'b^-) m, w;.5. ?1V5^ 

(Bub'g'cfig) = vn'^'. 
n^^jntr (fiib'5') and r\'i^-^ 

(fiQb'5') / satiety, fulness, 
in^ (fijba'r) Pi. int^, fid. 

IIlti'% to wait, exjject, 

hope, wish, to look for. 

expectation, hope. 

to grow, to become large. 



— Hi. N^,^t?^n, 'pl. \^m^ 
fut. \^^^'V\ pt. K^.^'fO,' to 
let grow, to make great, 
to magnify, to praise. 

n^ti^ (fifgi:i'b) to be steep, 
high, strong; to ascend, to 
be extolled. — Wi. n^t^J, 

pt. i^m, /•nn^tf'j, to "be 

steep, high, lofty, strong, 
safe, exalted, unsearchable. 

— Pi. 10, fut. 10\, to 
make high, mighty, to 
raise, to protest, to make 
safe. — Pm. fid. n4^^ to be 
protected. — Hi. fid. ^^^1 
to act nobly, to protect. 

^'^ see N^^. 

ITT ITT 

2^^5^ (B^u'b) pr.n.m. 
^"^0 (e^ggl') adj. high, 
great, mightv. 

:ir:^ see y^w. 

^y^ im'^'d) Pi. "t."n/^, fut. 

'^r^^]i to plough repeatedly, 
to harrow, 
nn^ (B5de') w, c. nip, 

w.s. fiijr, ^nnb', rn^', pi 
nlit^,"c. nl"]tp, n^, a 

plain, field, open or 
cultivated field, piece or 
parcel of land, open 
countr}^, territory, district. 
^'^^ (BSda'y) m, i.p. "'Itr, 
poetical form for H"!*^. 



cn*^ 



IW 



D^^ti^ (filddl'm) pr.n. pi. in 
D^^te'n prp,V valley of the 
fields, the valley of Sodom. 

^^'^t^* (B^dtr^') /, only pi. 
nniiy, nintr, row, rank, 
file. 

n^ (fl$) ,n and / [also H}.], 

c. nir, M/.if. i>^, in;;f,'a 

[young] sheep or goat. 

"^n?^ (fi5he'd) m, w.s. "'1^^ 
innbi: or ^ir\]^] a witnes'J. 

xnnn|:^'(crhadoar)ichaid.] 

testimony. 

l"^"!!!],^ (6^'harp'u) jn, only 
^Z. D^Jinti^, little moon, 
crescent, a neck-ornament 
of men and beasts. 

N'it^*' see i<bO [Q. inf.]. 

Slti'* (Bo) w, only j9^. iv.s. 
D5"'Xtt', tumult, destruc- 
tion. 

T]2lti^ (Bo'b^d^) »n thicket, 
entwined branches. 

^^t^^* (fiyg) = :iiD'. 

^^tr^ (By^) 7^i/p. [:.,ir.)i2^] 

/•u«. ^}?^^^'^'], to hedge in, 
to fence in. 

n-iti^ (Bu'artj) ^•,,/. nibj^, to 

meditate, see n^b*. 
tO*ltr (But) ;.«. Db*, only pi. 

c. ""P*^, to turn aside [intr.]. 
Tjlti^ (Byc^)p^ T]b*, to entwine, 



interweave, to hedge or 
fence in. — Pi. fut "p.iti^? 
to twist, plait, weave. 

1^^ (Boc^) 7«, w.s. nbiiy, 

and HDlti' (fioc^r) /, c. 
^1D1i^', twig, branch. 

nbit^s nbtr, iDit:^ (Bpc^p') 

jor.n. of two towns in 
Judah [in the mountains 
and in the plain]. 

T?''?^ (fiu'c^sO-r) pr.n.m., 
only pi. D^npli:', gent, of 
an unknown place riD'tt*. 

Ditr (Bum), D^ir (Bim) j:,/. 

D^, w/-. Ditr, Dir, D^ti^, 

iwp. D""'^, fut. Ditr;. D^*^;, 
/n»^^, n/^riT, to set, to 

establish, erect, plant, put, 
to set down, to lay in, to 
make, to constitute, to 
appoint. — Hi. imp. ''Q^,^*n, 
pt. Cb'^P, to set, to turn, 
to lay in. — Ho. fut. 0'^^'> 
[Qt^V.I for Dl^'^l] to 'be 
put or set. 

"I^tr* (Byr) fut.lt'Xh "ib;;i 

(v$yy5'6yr), to saw; to con- 
tend or strive; to rule, 
govern. 

"l-tt^** (BCir) - "liD, {„f w.s. 
''Tti', to go away, to depart. 



n';iiiy 331 

nnlti^ (Bpr5') f row, order. 
pnlt^ (fiorc'k) ^r.n. of a 
valley, see p^.ti^. 

'■^'^, inf. b*lt2^, tritr, imp. 

tr^V, M ^^^^^ '^'^*^ p«- 

tt'iS^, to leap, to rejoice, 
exult, to be glad. 

nt^^ (6c'a^) m thought, 

meditation. 

nn^ (65^5') inf. nin'^*, p«. 

nnti^, to swim. — Hi. fut. 
nnii'l to make swim, to 
drench. 
^ntf* (fia'^q) m a swimming. 

^intr, ph^ (fi^^p'k) m 

laughter, joy; jest; scorn, 
object of scorn. 

tontr (B^E^rt) /wi. tDntp^, to 

press out. 
pn^ (Bae^ak) inf plH^f, 
ph^, /«<«. pn*f ^, to laugh, 
to laugh at, to smile at. 
to scorn. — Pi. 'pjyp-, inf. 

pnti^, fut. pn*^], pt. pn'^'P, 

to jest, play, dance, to 
sport, to make merry. — 
Hi. pt. p^n^'!5 to mock, 
deride. 

pntp see pin^. 

tOt^ (Bet) m, only pZ. D"'pi2^, 
transgression [others: trans- 
gressor, unjust judge]. 



ntp^ (fi5t5') /Hf. ri,t^i?^\ 

P'^M, to deviate, to be 
faithless. 
Dp'^ (B5t$'m) /•««. Db'p), 
to treat as an enemy, to 
hate, to persecute, to 
attack. 

]\y^ {mu'n) inf w.s. iJtpii^, 

fut. w.s. ^JUP'f:, yt. \^t\ 

pi. c. V-^f "= Qt?^*;' pt. 

accuser, adversary. 
"1^^ (Bata'n) m adversary, 

opponent, accuser, enemy, 

Satan [l,t:'f^J]. 
njtpb^^Bitna') / accusation. 
njtptr* (6itn5') pr.n. of a 

well near Gerar. 
X'^ti^ (6i) in height, eleva- 
tion. 
^IX^ti^ (Brp'n) pr.n. of a 

town in Issachar. 
'jS'^Ci^ (bFo'ii) pr.n.. Hebrew 

name of mount Hermon. 
^''t^ (6ib) [or nitS^] pf and 

pt. n*^, to become grey, to 

have grey hair. 
^'^t^^ (Beb) m [or '^\'^]., w.s. 

in^t?^, and nn^ir {&cw) f, 

c. nn^Si^, w.s. ^P3^'^, grey 
hair, old age; old man. 
y^\V (el^) [= ;i"'P] m a going 
away, privacy. 



l^tJf 



832 



^Diy 



T^' 



'M vf- TV^^. to 



cover with lime, to plaster. 
I^'ti^ (Bid) m lime, gypsum. 

i^i^^, ^n;.tr see n?^. 
n^,t^* (fii'a^) [nitr], p/. n*^, 

fut. n\i:*^, to meditate, to 
muse; to speak, to talk; to 
sing, to complain. — Pi. 
fut. T\ry\\:;] to meditate, to 
consider. 

meditatiou,tliought; speech, 
talk, complaint. 

Dn''if^, shrub, bush. 

meditation, devotion. 

D^ti^ see Ditr. 

T]t^ (B?c^) m, only p/. D^'Sb', 
thorn. 

T)ti^ (Bpdf;) »n, tt;.5. l2b*. en- 
closure. 

n^t^ (Dukkri') / sharp 
weapon. 

^^f^* (Br(f)ri)pr.n.of a locality 
near Ram ah. 

^y2\V (DtJc^vD m insight, 
mind [others: meteor or 
watchman, i. e. cock]. 

n^Pir (6'-cf,Iyyr) /, ouly i^l. 
nlO^, show, sight, show- 



work, precious things 
[others: flag]. 

' l^.-r^ (Bgd^y?') pr.n.m. [or 

r??^ (Bjkkl'n) j)j a knife. 

^'^rW (fiv^I'O "I journey- 
man, day-labourer, hireling. 

*T?^ (B^djMi') / a hiring. 
^^ [U<i)l'<i)) to cover, to 
^ protect, = ?]2p. 

^.?^^ (fifc^&'i) to have in- 
sight, to act prudently. — 
Pi. b^:^ to do [lay hands] 
purposely. — Hi. /"".P^^H, 
inf. ^,5tpn, ^^p'fn," tm/. 

pi. i^^.?Vn, /««". ?^,?'ri, 

^p.tf'l, pt. ?^,?t^'D [which 
see], to look at, to behold, 
to pay attention to; to 
have insight, intelligence, 
understanding; to act 
prudently, to have success; 
to teach; inf. insight, 
prudence, wisdom; pt. 
prudent, intelligent, wise, 
pious. 

^^W* {Hm'\) Pi- b;?.''^\ to 

twist, to lay cross- wise 
^ [but see ^3b" Pi.]. 

m,' ip. ^?;^, u'.8. i^pt?^, 

intolligcnce. prudence, iii- 
sii^ht. cunning, succesti. 



nibb^ 



NJir 



folly. 

[HDb], to hire, to buy, to 
bribe.— M. "l^V^ and Hith. 
npnt^'H to be hired, to 
hire oneself out. 



n?^*' {um'v) 



"17^, 



w.s. "'TiP'f , hire, wages, 
payment, fare, reward. 

IDCi^ (fif(i^a'r) pr.n.m. 

15^ (fie'^^r) m hire, wages. 

*'i^tf^ (finfv) /; pi n])Y^, 

quail [also coZ?.]. 

c^nDY^y pi. nl^^^f, C. 

nltp^tS^, garment, dress, 

mantle. 
ngbt^^ (B^lma') or ]pYp 

(6$lmo'n) pr.n.m. 
^^r ^ (B|ilmo,'y) pr.n.m. 
^SDtr, hSO^ (B^mo'l) m, 

tv.s. 'ibi^^'P, left side, left 
hand, northern side, north. 

bS9ti^(B^m'«L'l), br^'^r (Bamal) 

HL ^^Npj^'n, b't^'pri, inf. 

and imp. b^^pb, fnt. 
^^J^p^l, pf. ^i<p^'3, to 
take the left side, to turn 
to the left, to use the left 
hand. 



'adf.,' f r:j?i<6'p, left, to 
the left, northward. 

np^ (65rar*), HD^l (B5- 
mc'ad^) i)if. H'pii', i»jp. HD^^ 
pZ. "im'P, /u^'n^^^f :, to be 
glad,cheerfiil, joyful, merry, 
to rejoice. — Pi. nt?*2^, inf. 
and iHip. HD^, HDC^, fut. 
T\J^'P], to make joyful, to 
gladden, to cheer. — Hi. 
n^ptpn to make glad. 

np^^ (Bame'ae^) adj., pi 

glad, joyful, cheerful, re- 
joiciug. 

t'c/^s! "'nnptj^, pi ninbt?^, 

joy, gladness, rejoicing, 
feast, banquet. 

riD^pt^ (B^mlc^?') /■ cover- 
ing, carpet. 

nbptr ^(Bimia') /•, c. n^ptr, 
wV. "in^r^ti^, pi n'h^'p, c. 

r\v7t^''p, garment, dress, 

mantle, cloak. 
T\y(yp (fiamla') pr.n.m. 
*',2P?^ (BsLmlgi'y) pr.n.m. 
n^'pP^ (B^mami'^) f a 



poisonous 



lizard. 



S3tr (Ban?') inf XJ^^, N^t?', 
hnp. \^p, fid. S;tf^?, p<. 



nxjtJ^ 



834 



nstr 



p«' /^.' i<'>y^*, pi- c. \xjjf^, 

/nS^Jtf^, to hate; pf. hater, 
enemy. — Ki- "^,^^^5 A'^- 
XJb*^, to be hated. — Pi. 
2)t. i<0^ to hate violently. 

nKjt^* (Bln'5') / hatred, en- 
mity. 

K^iptr (D5nr) «cf/., only / 

nS^J^, hated. 
■l*'J3t^ (fi^ni'r) pr.n. of mount 

Hermon among the Amo- 

rites. 
-17^ S iy^ (65Tr) c. 

pi. DT;*^, «^i- liairy, 
shaggy, rough; subst. huck, 
he-goat; hairy demon, 
satyr. 

shower of rain. 

^''Jf^ (Bf'i'r) ;>r.n. of a 
mountainous and wooded 
district in Edoni, and 
people therein; j^r.n. of a 
mountain in Judah. 

HTVtf*' (enrr) / [see 
"l^^'b"] a she-goat. 

ni'l^tr'' {&'^'h%') pr.n. of a 
place in Ephraiir, w. loc 



^5^.^ {mrt) m, only pi. 
U'BV'P, c. '•CVtr, thought. 

T^^t^^* (B^^'r) fut. "l.^tp:, to 
rage, to be agitated. — Ni. 
T<^^^ to storm, to rage. — 
Pi. fut. "IV'-^'] to sweep 
away, to carry away in 
storm. — nith. IVH'^'n to 
rusli on, to assail. 

"1^*^* (6$'$'r) imp. i"]Vji:*, 
fut. IVti'^ to shudder, to 
fear. 

^V.]^ [W'^v) m a shudder- 
ing; storm, tempest. 

"l,Vfe^ (6r?'r) m, c. 1Vtf\ 
Ti^C', iv.s. 11 Vt?^, hair [a 
single one and coll.]. 

"IJ^^ see iy'^\ 

nn^^t^ (B='$r5') / storm, 
tempest. 

hair [a single one and coll.]. 

nn'>t^^(B>-crr)/,i>?. D^nvtp, 

barley, pi. grains of barley. 

D' j>t2^ (B^'pii'm) pr.n.ni. 

ns^ (B5fr) /, c. n^^, tv.s. 

nlnStS^, lip, mouth, speech, 
language; border, edge. 
ngtf' {uti^'ii)) Pi. ncr, to 
make bald or scabby. 



D^:^ 



^^n^ 



DSti^ (Bgfrra) VI, w.s. i»stp, 

beard, mustache. 

"JSt^ (Bgfrn) pt p. pZ. c. 
■'jpti', to hide, to conceal. 

psb* (B5f5i'lc) A</. p2tp:, 
to suffice.' 

to strike or clap [hands]. 
— Hi. flit. p"',?*t^l to con- 
clude a covenant [by 
striking hands]. 

pSt^ (fie'fek) m, w.s. ip?ti^, 
stroke,chastisement[others: 
scorn or abuDdance]. 

p^ (fi^k) «i, i._p. p'^, rt/.s. 

coarse stuff, sack cloth, 
sack, mourning dress. 

1p_tf^ (figk^d) Ni. ^i^j^% to 
be bound, to be harnessed. 

"1p^ (Baka'r) Pi. pt. flpl. 
nilpb*!?, to let glance [the 
eyes] impudently or co- 
quettishly. 

Dnti^, c. "'I^, master, head, 
chief, commander, ruler, 
prefect, leader, noble, 
prince. 

yi\L^ (egrr?) Pu. fut. y;i^\ 

(y^Bpr^'^), to be twisted 
together, to be strong. — 



mth. yyr\'pT\ to be inter- 
woven. 

^^ (69i-*'(i) to flee, to 

escape. 
inCi^ (B^rg'd) m plaited or 

twisted work. 
TjtfS;^ (fie'red) in awl, stylus, 

red-pencil. 

"^[^^ (figrg') to strive, to 

contend, 
nn^^ (65ra') /", pi. nilti', 

ry.s. n^ril"!'^, princess, lady. 
^^^ (B?r5') pr.n.f.) also 

^,1'^ (figra'y). 
Uijt^ (fi'ru'g) pr.n.m. 
■^I"!^ (fi^ro'd)) m thong [for 

shoes and sandals]. 
D^pnt^ see ^i^. 
nipj^ (fig'rae^) ^r.w./. 
tOn^ (65r«L't) m/- ^"11^, /««• 

0V^% to cut, to make 
incisions. — Ni. fut. ^y^\ 
to be lacerated, to be hurt. 
tDltr (errgt) m and ntDlb^ 
(fi5r§'t^^) f incision. 

'^'''^^^ (Bari'g) m, only pZ. 

D^ri^, q^n.tr, shoot of 
vine. 

c. ■'."l"'"!*^, fugitive, sur- 
vivor, one escaped, rem- 
nant. 



nntp (B'r^y?') and innt?^ 

(B'r^y^'ho) pr.w.m. 
•Jlnl^, I'ntr (dryp-n) pr.n. 

of niouut Hermon among 

the Sidonians. 
pn^ (Djrl'k) adj., fpl. 

mp^lii^, combed, heckled. 

"^H-^* (65r,Vc^) P/. ^^ / 
DDly^^O, to complicate, to 
entangle. 

D*'pD"]ti^ (Barfi^'c^l'm) pr.n.m. 
[= chief of the eunuchs]. 

V'}^^ (fi5rr) pt. p. ^iTf , 
to extend, to have a 
lengthened limb. — Hith. 
^int^n to stretch oneself 
out. 

^^"1^ (B^ir'^'f) in, only pi. 
ws. '*,ii?1ti', thought, medi- 
tation. 

^y^ {m%'i) inf. ni^, 

F)itf^, w.s. ISI'f (Byrf9'), 

;>;. ri"iD"ltf', to burn [tr.], 
to destroy by fire. — Ni 

F);itfo, /•«;. F|nb*% to be 

burnt. — Pu. ^'X*^ to be 
burnt. 



6 intt^ 

^^ (B5r$'f) m, pZ. D^S^tp,. 
poisonous serpent; p^. 
winged angels [properly 
the noble, the high]. 

n^ntr (B^ref*) /•, c. nDltf', 
a burning, confJagratiou. 

p'"ll^ (B^rp'k) adj., pi. 
D""]^"]'^, red, fox-coloured; 
pi. D'^jTilt?^ vines with red 
grapes. 

y>y;\ pnitr (Bprfk) «. 

and np^'i;f (fip'r^kr) / a 
superior kind of vine pro- 
ducing red wine. 

P^.^* (fiprrk) pr.n. of a 
valley between Ascalon 
and Gaza, see p]l."iti^. 

"iltr (65ra'r) /«<. 2)Z. nt^;, 

p«. 1,1 ti^, to rule, govern. 
— Hith. "i;i.P'f n to make 
oneself ruler. 

]^^\r (B5fip'n) m, C. ptfT, 

joy. 

nt^ see nsip.{ 

Dritf^ (BgDCi'ra) to close, 
stop, hinder. 

"IP^* (B$9-i]t'r) Ni. fut. "in*^\ 
to break forth. 



tr 



337 



^NtS^ 



tr 



ti^ with '^ the twenty-first 
letter of the alphabet, 
called 'j"'*^^" [tooth]; as a 
numeral = 300. 

^% ^ [with d.ngesh fol- 
lowing], ^', ^' = It^'iS*, 
an abbreviation used as a 
prefix. 

i^t^ (so) m, pi w.s. Du''^?^, 
destruction. 

^?<^ (s$'rb) /77/-. 2J<t?^', /m^ 

aiS^>, pt. nNtiJ^, pz. c. 
\iiN;V, fjpi. nlnj^tf^, to 

draw [water]. 

:si2> (s5'§'g) m/. :ii<^', /m«. 
^0), pt. :if<'^, ^Nitr^', pz. 

D''p.J:^b^, to roar, groan. 

i(/.5. ^^;^??i^■, pi tv.s. '"n.iJ^ii:", 

a roaring, groaning. 

Hij^r^ (s5V) .vi /u<. ns*^^'^, 

to rush, to rage, to be noisy. 

^^W (s5'5.') to become 
desolate. — M. fut. HXf ^ 
to be laid waste.— ^i. in/. 

r,lNi^"n, nvr'rb, to lay 

waste. 

pi. c. nxntp"p, to behold, 
to gaze at. 

Hebrew-English. 



riiSt^^ see nxity*. 

Zoc. n n7lJ<t?^", depth, abyss, 
nether w^orld, realm of the 
dead. Hades. 

^iStJ^ (s^'u'i) pr.7i.vi., Saul; 
patr. ''.^iX^'. 

^IJ^^ (sf'o'n) m, c. liN'^f", 
It;. 5. I^,4"i^^, noise, tumult, 
roar, rush, desolation, de- 
struction. 

tDK^ (s5'5't) 7n, t^.5. "iPX^; 
contempt. 

Hr*^?^ (s^'iyyf ') /destruction, 
ruins. 

m/ b'^*'^', ?iJ<'f, njx!^; 

bm^), pt. ?St^, pZ.' D'^bH'^, 

f nj,><t2^, ^<. p. b\^'d[ to 

ask, inquire, require, 
demand, entreat, beg, bor- 
row\ — Ni. ^N'^'J, inf. 
7><t^0, to ask for oneself. 

— PI ^n:?'', fut. ^N^";,to 

beg [as a beggar]; to 
question. — El r'^VJT\, fut. 
'?"'J<'yp^, to grant, to lend. 
??^* (is^'a'l) pr.n.m. 

22 



r\^m (s«'fir) /, VJ.S. 

Ti^stf', -r'-:^", DP^^^\ 

iLMiucst, petition; a thing 
olitained by entreaty. 

n^Kt^ (s«'5'l5) f request; 
oV'for nHS'f. 

biS^ribstr (s«'$ltr?'l) i^r.n.m. 

]k^} (55'a'n) Pi- W]^. to 



U^ 



?«?■ 



be or live quietly, tran 
quilly, at ease. 

"liSJ^ (§§,"an5'n) adj., tV-S. 

tranquil, peaceful, easy, 
secure, prosperous, proud; 
mhst. pride. 

DStr = DDti^, see DDti'*.. 
1^ (sri'^'f) inf. J^ii^^", /•«<■ 

to blow, breathe, pant, 
snort, snuff; to be eager 
or greedy. 
ISrr (g5%Vr) to be left, to 
remain. — i\7. "1,^'4*J, 
fid. "IS^'% 2'«- '^,^?^, 

nnSlf'J, to be left,, to re- 
main, to survive. — Hi. 

-i>j<tpn, fid. n^st^':, to let 

remain, to leave, to keep 
over; to be left. 
ISti^ (§«'5'r) m rest, rem- 
nant, remainder. 



Zm\ "IStr (g^-rr y5§a'b) 
flesh; food; blood-relation. 

nn><j:^ (§&"nr«i') /^ biood- 

relationship. 
nnSfT (b§"er$') pr.n.f. 

nnstr (s^\M-r^) /, tv.s. 

"P''1,^?^, remainder, rem- 
nant, residue, survivors. 

ri><I^ (s?a-) f destruction, 
ruin. 

S2t^ (8^15') pr.n. of an 
Arabian tribe; gent. jyl. 
D''it,2U ; pr.n.vi. 

312^ (s9i)5'b) m, only p/. 
D-in^^', fragment, little 
piece. 

nn^ (subr), inf. pi2'4'', 



ij^p.tr, pi. p. ""nt^', pi. 
D^b::^", /'pZ. nr?t?^', to lead 

away, to carry off, to hold 
captive, to lead into cap- 
tivity or exile. — JS'i. 
nnti'J to be led away, 
to be held captive. 

iZll^ (sMrp') m a precious 
stone, agate. 

'?S12l^ {i'H\'\) pr.n.m. 



vnri' 



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rkw 



yn^ (s?bu'H') rn, c. V;i^', 
du. D:V3'f, pi. DV^iti^', 
r*iy!}li^", c. riy^tt^', .seven 
days, a week, senuight; 
a heptad, period of seven 
weeks or years; J^IV-?^ -''^ 
festival of tlie seven weeks, 
pentecost; □''p; PlV?? ^^ 
the Passover. 

rSV'2'p , oatli, swearing; 
curse. 

nn:f^ (g^bii'-a-), n\nt?^" (s^br^-) 

f captivity, captives; 
misery, affliction. 

nn^" [for n^^'p],' to 

praise, to glorify. — Hith. 
inf. T\'2,T\'^'r\ to praise one- 
self, to boast. 

TQ*^'^ (5$br^) Pi. fut. 
n0], to still, calm, 
soothe. — Hi. pt. r\\2^ft2 
the same as Pi. 

t:nt^♦ (gc'bet) or t:nt^" (se-bgt) 

7u [and /"J, w.s. )1P?^^; p^ 
D^tpntf, c. ^p?:^V stick, 
staff, rod, thrashing-stick; 
ruler's staff, sceptre; stem, 
tribe, division; lance, 
spear. 



tD2^ (s«brt) m eleventh 
month of the Hebrew year 
[Februaiy to March]. 

T]]il^', r?:?^", a leading 

away, captivity, exile; 

captives. 
^"D!^ (s5bi') adj.. only / 

n^21!^', led away, captive. 
^tntr (soM'y); \nb^ (s$bi') 

n^in^ (§5bi'b) m, c. n\ntp', 

flame. 
'^^^'^ (sibyr) / captivity, 

captives. 
n^?^ (§Qby5') pr.n.m. [also 

t'*'3Ci^ (sabf'i) w, only pZ. 

Ti^^^St?^", path, way. 
0'^'2^ (s5bl'fi) w, only pL 
D\p^3*f, net-work, or little 
suns used as a head-dress. 

^P2^,' ^V2^ (s^brr.) adj. 

'num., f h^K'^ni^', T\y,^7^^ 
r^*^:2*f ■, n^?^', the seventh. 

captivity, captives. 
72tf^ (sp'bgl) m train [of a 

robe]. 

A^y^ (sSblu'i) m a snail. 
nbntr (sibbo'leO-) /, pi. 
22* 



Hn^ 



340 



intr" 



D'^p.^^y, c. '^.^^\ ear [of 



point, branch; 
water-course. 



cornj, 
stream 

pr.n.m. 

(s'biinyf'htj) pr.n.m. 
^*nrr (s5h^") M.V.5^'^ inf. 

niVSti^'J, to swear, to con- 
firm with an oath, to 
swear to. — Hi. V^Il^-^'^} inf. 

pt. '^''2*2!' i2 ^ to cause to 
swear, to bind by an oath ; 
to adjure. 

J'nir (sg'\)r) num. f, c. V3*f , 
and m H^^'lT", c. n^^^^ti^", 
t(/.5. DPV5'^, seven, seven 
times, sevenfold; du. 
DT^Zltt'' seven times, seven- 
fold; pi D^V?^ seventy. 

^^2^ (sjb'r) pr.n. of a 
we'll; see also V2}^'. 

seven. 

yntr (gsi.^'B) Pi. "fBti'", to 

weave after a checkered 
pattern. — Pu. pt. X^'i'^ 
to be set [precious stones 
in gold]. 



y^tj^ (s$V*'B) tn confusion, 
giddiness [others: cramp]. 

intr* (uH'r) inf. i;t^\ 
pi. '"inir, p«". p. "iUtt^','to 

break in pieces, to rend, 
to tear in pieces; to break, 
destroy, hurt, quench 
[thirst]. — Ni. ^^^'l inf 

pi c. n?'f J, f nnstfo, to 

be broken, to be wrecked 
or foundered, to be in- 
jured, maimed, destroyed, 
to be torn in pieces; to 
be broken by penitence. 
— PI 12*^; "13tt^", inf 

^z;^, fut. "is^'l, pt. y^^, 

to shiver, wreck, crush, 
smash.— i/t. fuU^'fl^l to 
cause to break forth, to 
open [the womb]. 

"in:^'* (s5Ki'r) inf 1?t?^', 

imp. pi n:?tr', fat. "i2t?^'\ 
pt. "int^, pi 3'n??' ^0 

buy iirain or food. — Hi. 
ful l^St^l, pt. 1^2^f !?, to 
sell grain. 

7n, t.p. 15,^*, ^t--*- "O^^'t 
pi U'^'^'l^f , a breaking, 
shattering, breach, frac- 
ture, destruction, misfor- 



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341 



b^^ 



tune, injury; interpretation. 

solution. 
12W^ (sg'bgr) m, tv.s. n?ti\ 

grain, corn. 
^I^l^t^ ( sibb^rp'n ) »n, c 

]"i"15^^, a breaking, pain, 

destruction. 
D^^2t^^ (s*=barrm) pr.n. of a 

locality between Ai and 

Jericho [or m!pl. quarries]. 

nncf> (s5i)a'-8-) fut. nztf':, 

nStJ^'^, to desist, to cease, 
to rest, to come to an end: 
to keep the sabbath or 
sacred day, — A'i. PSi^'J to 
be ended, to cease. — Hi. 

n^ziwi-'n, inf. n^s^'n, i^ip. 
pi i'n\n:p'n, fiu. n^n^-pi, 

PBti^'l, to cause to rest, 
to let rest, to bring to an 
end, to abolish, remove, 
destroy. 
n2f^*' (srbe9-)«2, i-P'^^}^\ 
iv.s. "iip?*-^, rest, cessation, 
inactivity [from Te^]- 

n3|^** (he'b§9) /■ a sitting, 
dwelling, seat, place [from 

r2^ (g^bbgc'O-) / and w, c. 

r;^:^', tv.s. ir^^', pi. 
n'lrstt^', c. nin^c'", day of 

rest, holy seventh day, 
sabbath; week, sacred 



seventh year, sabbath- 
year. 

^"iriSt^ (sabb50-5'n) m sacred 
time of rest, sabbath. 

(sag-?') pr.n.m. 
Ja^ (s5^a'^) inf., w.s. DiV^*, 
pt. Jj^.tJ^, to err, to trans- 
gress. 

njjtr (s'^gjga') /, w.s. ip^r^', 

error, mistake, unconscious 
sin, transgression. 

rij^^, pZ. D'',Vit5^', to waver, 
to wander, to go astray, 
to err, to transgress. — Hi. 

n^tp'n, fut. nri'fi pt. n^'f», 

to lead astray, to seduce. 

m^ (saga'e^) Hi. n^.^^f", 
/Mi. U',"f'l, 2>«- ^W^=^ to 

see, to look, to view, to 
gaze at. 

error, transgression. 

1 .T^ (sigg5yo'n) m, pi. 
nlr^ti'', enthusiastic song, 
hymn, dithyramb. 

by2^ (saga'i) /•»«. ^,i*f%,to 
be rutty, to lie with. -^ 
Ni. fut. "P.^.t^Ti to be lain 
with, to be ravished. — Pm. 
'?ti^2f the same as Ni. 



b;^^ 342 

^^^ (scg?'!) / paramour, 
consort of an oriental king. 
favourite wife. 

Vy^ ism") Pv. pt. v,w^^, 

pi. D^*^:^*fP, to be in a 
frenzy, to rave, to be mad. 

-Hith. )^^z^tk pt. i*,;i.n*f>;, 

to feign oneself mad, to 

play the madman. 
"]i>^ti^ (slgg^'o'n) in a raving, 

madness. 
n^ti^ (s^g^r) in, c. 14^^*, what 

is brought forth, a young 

one, fetus. 

"7t^* («i^d) ,u, du. Qn^", c. 
^^^■, IV. s. n-f , ]nn.tf , a 

woman's breast, pap, teat, 
bosom. 
"Itr (s^d) m, only pi. DHty", 
wicked demon, idol. 

Ttr' (sod) m, = n^' a 

mother's breast. 
*Tti'' (sod) m violence, sever- 
ity, oppression, destruction, 
ruin. 

^yi' (55cl.Vd) inf. lintt', 

-nxif, pt. p. intt'-, / 

TTVn^, to be violent, to 
use violence, to oppress, 
rob, destroy, ravage, plun- 
der. — Ai. It^'J to be laid 
waste. — Pi. 1"^, /"'• 



^<"ltr 



i,"it^;, "f.iti':, p«. "T.'itt'p, to 

oppress, to ruin. — Pu. 
Ii'lT" and ^yr (syddgi'd) to 
be laid waste, ruined, 
destroyed.— /^o. fut. IjrV 
to be destroyed. ' 

n^t^ (siddri') /, pi. nntr', 

mistress, wife. 

^3^ (s^dd^y) m [adj.] 
mighty, powerful, almighty 

"l^iSnti^ (g^dfy'r) pr.n.m. 

I**?-^ (s^ddl'n) composed of 
^' [= l;^\s:] and ^"1, that 
there is a judgment. 

npitp (s^^dcmr) /. pi 

field, cornfield, vineyard. 

^y^ (55d$'f) />f. p. />/. 

niDlCf, rblTf , to parch, 
to scorch, to blast. 

nS*T^ (s«d?f^') / a scorch- 
ing; = "'PT^'- 

•jiS'lt^* (siddsfo'u) ,u a 
scorching, blasting, blight. 

DHti^ (so'h$m) ni a precious 
stone [onyx, beryl, or 
chrysopras]. 

DHti'** (s^'hijini) pr.n.m. 

Nlt^* (sUv') m notbingness, 
vanity, inanity; falseljood, 



Xltp 



343 



mtj? 



lying, vainness, sin, wicked- 
ness, calamity. 
Slti^ (s^vg,') pr.n.ni. 

Nit^^ (so) m, p^. w.s. nn'i^\:;, 
and riiSl::'' (gp'5') /; c. nsty, 

a roaring, crashing, tu- 
mult, storm, tempest, de- 
struction, desolation, ruin. 

^iti-* (sub) pf. 2*^, inf. 2)Z\ 
ntr, 2V^\ imp. 2V2;, 2^\ 

fut. n^tf';, 2'^), 2^^ 

(vsLyyrsQb), pt. 2^, pi. 
D^P^", c. '2^\ intr. to turn 
[oneself], to return, to 
come back, to turn round, 
to turn about; to be con- 
verted, to turn to, to turn 
from; to be restored; tr. 
to restore; to do repeatedly, 
to repeat. — PH. pf. and 

inf nn1:^^ fut. nnltj^']. pt. 

nniti^'P, tr. to turn, to 
cause to return, to lead 
back, to seduce; to co4i- 
vert, restore, refresh.— P«Z. 

nnitr', pt. f nn^itr'^, to 

be turned aside. — Hi. 

n^ti^'n, inf 2^2f'r[, n^tr'n, 
imp. 2}^r\, nn"'Vn, 'fut. 
ny;, 3*^';, nt^';], pt. n^i;^"ip, 
pi Q\nVi, c.'"o^t?^'p, V c. 

r2''ii*>.p, ^r. to turn about, 
away, at, to, upon; to 
draw, bring, drive or lead 



back; to give back, restore, 
return; to answer; to re- 
call, revoke; to render, to 
offer— ^o. 2^\r\, fut. 2\i;'\\ 
pt. 3t2^'^», to be brought 
or given back. 

^?^?^^ (svi'b^'ri) pr.n.m. = 

nnltr' (gobrt*) adj., pi. 

Cpniti^*, turning away, 
rebellious, apostate. 

^^ ' (spba'b) pr.n.m. 

nnVlT (sobe'b) adj., fT'\22rZ\ 

I T 

r!!2i^ (sub?') f return, con- 
version. 

"nlt^ (spba'c^) = "r]Dlt5^"; 

'?3ltr"(sob$'l); pnv-r' (sube'k) 

pr.n.m. 
Titr see T2^, IW see l"!^", 

n3¥^ im^') fut. r\)}^'\ pt. 

n);2^, to be like, equal, 
comparable, fit, convenient, 
enough. — Pi. H^^C?^", fut. 
ni?^'l, P^' n^-^'?; to make 
even, to level, to calm; 
to set, put, place, lay. — 
Hi. fut. .Wl, to liken, to 
compare.^— iN'^i. [mixed with 

Hith.] n;^r:p': to be like, 

to resemble. 
n*l^ (save') m plain, level 
country. 



mtr' 



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^l^tt* 



n*^.^ (s&vf) pr.n. of a 
valley near Jerusalem, 
called the king's yalley, 

ni'^^"^, to sink, to be 
bowed down, to be de- 
jected. — i/i. fut. ny; to 
become depressed. 

Ty]W (sy'iti^) pr.n.m. ; patr. 

and ^m^ ""niti^", 
nn^tr (gae^^') / depression. 

deptli, pit. 

IT (su^5') pr.n.m. = 

I T 

UrHli^ (sij^^'m) pr.n.m. = 
tD^t^ (svt) «»/). tDILy", /-ttf. 

D\PS^', to go about, to 

rove, to move, to row; to 

treat with contempt, to 
despise. 

t^it^ (m) m, pi. D">tpiti^', a 
scourge, whip; punishment. 

^'^^ (Sui) m train of a robe, 
skirt, edge. 

7^1ti^ (spiri) adj. stripped, 
barefoot, captive. 

n^PP^LJ^ (gii'l^mmrO-) pr.n.f. 
[or gent, of a place ^y.^^' 

-~ nv.D:rur', see nm% 



Q^t^ (sqm) «i, only ;>?. 

D^pV2^", garlic. 
'*^yW (sunl') pr.7i.m. 
Q^lti^ (gynrra) pr.n. of a 

town ill Tssachar; gent. 

,. — I J / (• — I 

J3«. ^,3.^*P, to cr}' for help. 

ciy for help. 
^Itr* (sp'a') adj. rich, noble, 

liberal, generous. 
W^ iW') m and l^rf* 

(su'a') ju = yiD* cry for 

help. 
V^il^ (sCi'a') w wealth. 
V^t'"" (§uV); NV?2^- (50'$') 

pr.n.m. 

□^,^V7^"^ fox, jackal. ' 
--^^Iti^ (sa'$'l) 2)r.«. of a 
district in Benjamin; pr. 
n.m. 

ClV'ili', porter, doorkeeper. 

^^tr (sof) /»/. ^^^% u:s. 

^?1t^'), to bniise, to crush; 
to pierce, to bite; to cover, 
to veil. 



TiSltt' 



845 



nnti^ 



T]Slt5^ (gpf5'c^) pr.nm. = 

pSit^ see DS',D*f . 

*]S"i:r (spfrn) in ^t:' niT^v 

j^ir.n. of a town. 

tnimpet, horn. 
pW"- (sak) Pi7. M-pp.v^";, 

to cause to overflow, to 

give abundance. — Hi. 

p''l2fT^\ to overflow, to run 

over. 
pW^ (suk) m, pi. n'\?\^, 

way, street. 

p'itr (sok) /; du. □:pjti'", c. 

^piti^', leg, lower part of 
the leg, hind leg, fore-leg. 

nn;:^', head of cattle, ox, 
bull, cow, calf. 

Titr* (syr) A«. y>^fl, to 

go, wander, travel ; to look 
round, to view; to look 
after, to lie in wait. 

"l^r^^ (sur) see "1^^'\ 

|-)l2^ (sCir) »j, pi. w.s. \T'^ 

= lilt:'". 
Titr* (gar) 7n, 2>^. nnic^' 

[once rilT2^'], a wall. 
n^t^^ (sCir) pr.n. of a place 
and desert near the Red Sea. 



inltr (sprrr) m [for "llltt^'P 
p«. Pi7. of 11^''] a Her in 
wait, lurker. 

]'^'W (sogg'n) m, ]^'V2f^ 
'(gysH'n) w, pZ. Q^r^''"ir", lily 

[flower and ornament]; pi. 
musical instruments or 
melodies or choirs. 
]\t*W^ (sys^'n), ]}^V^ pr.n. 
of a Persian city, Susa. 

n|t^'1tf^ (so'Sannr) / lily. 

pll^W see p}^'^^'. 

ri^t^ see n'^^f. 

rVriW (suS-e'l?^) pr.n.m.; 

pair. ^rf?r)'2/. 

^,1^ (s&z&'f) to scorch, singe, 

bui'n; to look on, to scan. 
W (sgza'r) Ho. pt. W"D, 

to be spun or twisted. 
rvX^ (sil^) adj. depressed, 

dejected. 
*I*¥^ (sa^a'd) imp. nqt^', 

/■j/^ ^nt^'^, to give a 

present or a bribe. 

nntf^ (sp'd^ad) m gift, 
present, bribe. 

T\rw [urn') imp. f 'jy^, 

to bow, to sink down. — 
— Hi. fid. nn:?^l to de- 
press. — Hith. n)riru?^"n, inf. 

niiqn^'n, imp. rm^i/n^ 
/h/-'. '.Tiqrr:, inr,tf^'\ pi. 



"iintr 



346 



"intt* 



D^ibrtpp, to bow down, 
to prostrate oueself, to 
worship, to adore. 

lin^ (s-'^p'r) m blackness. 

ri^ntr (ss^.ro-) / pit. 
nn;r (s5e^v'ri)) p/". ntt^; inf. 

to crouch, to sink down; 
to be bowed, depressed. — 
Ni. ful. nti^'^ to be bowed 
down, depressed, to be 
low [in tlie voice]. — Hi. 
ntJ^u to depress, to make 

low. — Hith. flit, nnintf" ^, 

nnlP:^'^, to be bowed 
down, depressed. 

'6t\^, imp. pi. ron^tr", fut. 
tsntf'':, pt. t:nr, t:nW", pi. 
c' '}:.r)'2^ , pt. p. t:W, to 

kill, to slaughter, to mas- 
sacre, to murder; to 
hammer out, to beat thin, 
to sharpen. — A'l. lipti'J^ 
fnt. ::ns^>, to be killed' 
slaughtered. 

ntjng* (.sci'd)"tr) / [inf of 

ton*^' for rn*^] corrup- 
tion. 

ntp'^nt^* [i^^lU') f a killing, 
slaughter. 

^'•n^* (S^i'n) m inflam- 



mation, ulcer, carbuncle, 
elephantiasis. 

after-growth. 

thin board. 
n^n^* (55d)r^) /, only vl- 

^r,lr^n*f, pit. 

^D,^ (s$'eJ)$l) «i lion. 

^^ntr (s?£^ri^^) / a shell, 
an odoriferous muscle. 

^n,^ (sj'^jf) ,u an unclean 
bird, sea-mew. 

nsn^ (55c^0'f$9.) / lean- 
ness, consumption. 

ynt^ (5&'^$B) wi pride, 
self-reliance. 

a^^iTO' (5Ct-c^aBI'm) j>r.n. of 
a place in Issachar. 

pntr (s5^^'k) fut. "pntf*:, 

to rub, to pulverise; to 
defeat, to rout; to wear 
out, to hollow out. 

dust; thin cloud; vault of 
heaven, sky. 

^P^* (s5cj)iii'r) pi. "inir, to 

be black; to seek early, 
to strive after, to desire. 

— Pi. inti'", inf. "inr, fut. 

"intt'";, pt. "intyp, to seek. 
to search, to desire; to 
charm away. 



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34; 



^^ 



in^ (s^'^^r) Hi, i.p. nn^', 

iv.s. ri'nnLi^, the dawn, 
day -break, early light; 
'^'']^ son of the dawn, 
the morning star, Lucifer. 

nTO% ninir (umv) adj., 
pi nnnt^", / nnn-uf', pi. 

ril'nSi'', black, sunburnt, 
swarthy. 

"ihtr gee "lin^t?^'. 

J^^IQ.^ (sU'e^ary'^) / dawn 

[of life = youth]; others- 
blackness of hair. 

nhnnti-* (s^E^are^p'r) adj., f 
riininti^", dark, swarthy. 

/■««. rntt''^ to be spoiled, 
corrupted, marred. — Pi. 
rntt'", inf. and imp. Hn^*', 
to corrupt, destroy, violate, 
injure, wound, devastate; 
to act perversely, to be 
wdcked. — ^i. r^H'Lf^n, inf. 

2)t. r"'n*^*'5, to destroy, kill, 
ruin, corrupt, mar, injure; 

pt. see n^n^'^. 
Ting^' (g^'^a^-) /•, i.p. rm\ 

pit, pit -fall; water- pit. 
cistern; grave. 



nn^ (s^'t^ja-) ,n destruc- 
tion, ruin, corruption. 

ntjcr (gitt5') /, pi. c^pt:*; 

acacia tree. 

fid. n^^wi, pt. n^'^r, \o 

expand, spread out. — PI. 
r\\2lLf to stretch out. 

toptr (sptrt) m = !:ts^ 

scourge. 

D*>pt^^ (sittl'm) pr.«. of a 
place and valley in Moab, 
opposite Jericho. 

^]^^ (s5t$'f) fid. f]b^"^ pt. 
?l,lDtr, ?]tDitt^', to flow% to 
rush or pour out abun- 
dantly; tr. to overflow, 
wash away, to drown, to 
overwhelm; to wash, rinse. 

— Ni. fut. ^ip.*^''^ to be 
overwhelmed; to be washed. 

— Pit. ^t^*^' to be rinsed. 

?]tp^tr (srtgf), "^ml (se'tef) 

m an outpouring, gush, 
inundation, flood. 

Dnp'f , c. rpb\ to write; 
/>«. writer, scribe, officer, 
overseer, prefect, magi- 
strate. 

^'^^^ (sitra'y) pr.nm. 

^'^ (s*y) m gift, present, 
tribute. 



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348 



n^tt^* 



p8^t^ (Si'o'n) pr.n. of a 
town in Issachar. 

nn^tr* (sib?') /, c. nn^tr', 

return; returning people. 

dwelling, abiding, stay, 
nj^ (§5yr) M. ^ti^n, to 

forget, neglect. 
njtp (s^yr) pr.n.m. = S]^". 
h^T''!!^ (siz?') pr.n.m. 

pit. 

^p'r) j9?-.«. of the Nile; 

pr.n. = D^T^P hn}_ brook 

between Canaan and Egypt, 
n^nb 1h'>ti> {gi^9'r ilbn^'O-) 

/)r.w. of a brook in Asher. 
^^J^ (g^'yit) »n oar, rudder; 

= tOliy scourge. 

n'^'iir, i^^ir, n'btr, 'ibL^^ 

(slip') pr.n. of a town in 
Ephraim; gent. 'J'/'*^', 

?^''tJ^ {gQl5'l) a(ij. stripped, 
bare, barefoot. 

'»p'^^t?>, ^yt?,^* see riY^f 

and n^a^-. 
^'ip^'ti^ (§trap'n) pr.w.iH. 

1!'.^ (s^'yln) m. only id. xv.s. 
U7\T^\ urine. 



1''t?^* (sir), 1115^ (sur) ^A 
Itt^', m/. and tm;>. liB^', 

/ I^ly^, to sing, praise, 
celebrate; p^ singer. — Pil. 

pi Dni.rfP, to sing, to 
resound; pt. singer. — Ho. 
fut. ^W to be sung. 
"l^t^* (sir) »n, w.s. "iTtr", 

nVtr; pi. Dn^tr; singing, 

song , hymn , poem ; 
Dn^'-^'n '^' the song of 
songs, the Song of Solomon. 

rr\^^ (sirs') /, c. r^y*:;, pi. 

t^'^g* (s,VyIs) m white 

marble, alabaster, 
Str^rr (glgr) pr.n.m. = m> ^^^ 
p^^*>t^' (gjs^'k) pr.n.m. of a 

king of Egypt, Sheshenk 

or Sesonchis. 

n^tr* (gio-), n^^' (gq^) p/. 
n^', nntr' [for nrtr], «»/•. 
n1t^^ n^rr', mp. ny, /-^^ 
n^^'l, nir';, nB^;;i, to set, 

place, lay, put, establish, 
appoint, direct, constitute, 
make, produce. — Ho. fut. 
rti'V to be laid upon. 
n^'t^'* (si{>) ,„ dress, gar- 
ment. 



n'^ 



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•pbtr" 



ti;.5. In'^bi'', thorn, thorn 
hedge. 

^.=^ (g^c^^'b) inf. nb^', 

fuL np.^f], pt. 'n5iJ^, '2>^- 
D^npti',' / n^Dt^, to lie 

down, to lie, to rest, to 
sleep, to lie dead; to lie 
with, to sleep with. — Ni. 
fut. nJ?D*^T., to be lain 
with. — Fu.l'^P^ the same 
as Ni.— Hi. ip^'n, inf. 
25*^0, fut. y^y^li, to lay 
or set down, to prostrate; 
to incline or pour ont 
[a vessel]. — Ho. imp. 

nn?t;^'n, pt. 3^t?^'P, to he 

laid, prostrated. 

a pouring out, effusion, 
emission. 
nilbt^ (s=^c^p'beO-) f emission 
[of seed]; others: a lying 
down. 

njy^ {um') Hi. pt. pi 

W^^^, to be mad, volup- 
tious. 
blpt^ (s^c^B'i) m childless- 
ness, abandonment. 

b"]^^ (s^ku'i) adj., /n^?^', 

pi n1^?^", bereaved ' of 
children, childless. 



llStr, l^t?^ (sikko'r) adj., 

pi. onii^i'", c. nbti'', f 

nib^', drunk, intoxicated. 

nD^ {sm^'^), np;2''* (§5- 

d^e'a^) imp. f "'ppii^, fut. 

nDtf':, pt. np\:^\ pi. c. 

"•pD^, to forget, forsake. 

— Ni. HDii^'j, fut. r\;2*^\ 
n;:.^\pt.np;^% ^Mn-fj, 

rin^t^*^, to be forgotten, 
forsaken. — Fi. r\yj^' and 
Hi. inf. n^'p^fn to cause 
to forget. — Hilh. n^ntf^'n 
to be forgotten. 

D^nD*^', c.^nDip', forgetting, 
forgotten. 
n"^-rtp (sQd^ya') pr.n.m. 

T]D:r (g^c^a'c^) in/, t]^", ^^, 
fut. r;^l, pi. l^t^V, to de- 
crease, to subside; to 
crouch. — Hi.^\^'r\ to still, 
to calm. 

i-p- '^k?r7\ M- bp.^''.^ pi- 

p. f H'^iI^'l^*, to be or be- 
come childless; pt. p. 
childless, forsaken. — Pi. 

byr, fut.^ bji^r'], pt. f 

n'^Srp, n'^SI^p, to make 
childless, to bereave of 
children, to cause abortion; 
to miscarry; to be barren. 



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'^ 



— Hi. pt. ^^StpO to make 
childless, to miscarry. 

Dy!Dt^^ (slkkuU'm) m!pl., w.s. 

"l*,^?*^, childlessness. 
D5^' (gjc^^'m) Hi. D'.?tp"n, 

iif. q?r?^'n, w^^'ri, imp. 

D5'f d fat. 0'p:^\, DDtf^l, 
pt. n^y<^*t2 [prop, to load 
on the shoulders early], 
to rise early, to do a thing 
early in the morning. 

DD^* (s'd)rm) m, i.p. dd:^'\ 
w.s. 1p?^", back, neck, 
shoulder; tract of land, 
shoulder of a mountain. 

DDt^* (s^g'm) pr.n. of a 
city in Ephraini, Shechem; 
tv. \oc. n nD3:p'. 

Hjti/ (g^'d^gra) pr.n.m. ; pair. 
iV- 1?^', w.s. ';^5^" (§gd)nr), 

i»,p. fDip', fut. lb*f :, llDtp^ 
^^ ip.ti^", pi. D'J?t2^, i?«. j;>. 
Mi/p^. c. ''P.^3^', to settle 
down, to lie down, to rest, 
to abide, remain, dwell, 
inhabit, i)0sscss; pt. p. 
settled down, dwelling. — 
n. "ip.tt'", inf. IStt'", fut. 
p.^o to cause to dwell, 
to set up.- i/i. V,?^"n, fut. 



V^tf^l, p.tf'l, to cause to 
dwell, to lay down. 

T\y2^''; w.s. nn^5^f ,' pz. 

nJD^, dwelling, abiding; 
inhabitant, neighbour. 

a dwelling. 

(g'c^i:iny5'ho) pr.n.m. 

1?^ (gjc^&'r) in/-. ni?tt^' 
(sQd)r?'), /««. 12t^^ p^ p. / 
c. D'l'^p, to drink [wine], 
to be drunk, intoxicated; 
pt. p. drunken. — Pi. "1,5^, 
inf 1,5^; fut. ip;r^, pt. f 
n"7!j?.^2''P, to make drunk, 
to intoxicate. ^i/i.1^2tf*n, 
fut. "T'ptf*!, the same as 
Pi. — Hith. fut. 2. 5^. / 
"jn.pntf^'n to behave like a 
drunken one, 

n^ti^ (g?^5'r) m strong, in- 
toxicating drink [wine, 
mead, &c.]. 

n^tr see liptt^'. 

^in^t^^ (glkkarp'n) m 
drunkenness. 

•]i"]5t^** (slkksrp'n) pr.n. of 

_ a town in Judah. 

^^* (g$i) m transgression. 



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351 



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b^^ (m) a particle denoting 
relation, composed of ^ 
[= l^'i^] and b] '?.^*5 
because of, on account of, 
^J?^'2 because of me; 
''P'pt^''3 on whose account? 

P^i^*!^^ (H$r"n9'n) adj. tran- 
quil, quiet. 

25^ (§5irb) Pu. n^^', p«. 

flpl. nz^^'f P, to be jointed 
or fitted together. 
l*?^^ (s?i5'b) m, only ;>Z. 
D^3/tt^", connecting piece, 
joint-ledge. 

to produce snow, to snow. 



:ibtr 



sg'1%) «J, i-p- ■^^.^V 



n^^* (§5ia'), \^ti^' {sm'y) 
fut. pi. '"".^^^ to be quiet: 
tranquil, at ease. — Ni. 
fut. n?^'^ to be secure, 
negligent. — Hi. fut. ^y^^l 
to deceive, seduce. 

rh^^^ (sair) fut. b\^[\, to 

draw out. 

nb;r* (sela') = ^kW' 
Mr'ti^ (§el5') j?r.?i.?u. I pa^r. 

1 • T I •• ■ 1 • I • 

n 7t^ see n'^'T". 
rnn^^r (s^ihrvsO-) / flame; 
-^PnnVci^" flame of h). 

IT : V I V i — T 



1. ti' (s5l?'v) adj., pi. c. 
^,1?^, quiet, tranquil, con- 
tented; forgetful, careless. 

V.^ (srigv) m, iv.s. ''t>^, 
tranquillity, ease. 

nif^ (s$iva') / tranquillity, 
security, rest, carelessness; 
'^'^ unexpectedly. 

TViftl^ (giiia'a^) w, only pi. 
D''ri'\bp' , dismission, re- 
pudiation [of a wife]; bill 
of divorce; dowry. 

Dlt^tr (salo'm) m, c ^"h^', 

w\s. "'pi^^", pi. □\»1*:f'', 

health, welfare, good con- 
dition, success, comfort ; 
peace, salvation ; adj. well, 
peaceful, secure, whole. 

pr.n.m. 

ub\v, D^tr (siiiu'm) w, pi. 

D'^pi^^Vi'equital. 
1 V^ (g^lltj'n) pr.n.m. 

W'b^ see ^b\^. 

n^^ {sm^)inf.nb'^^ nW, 

nn''?ti^', to stretch out, to 
extend, to send, to send 
away, to withdraw; to 



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352 



ijjrVStjr 



send word; pt. p. stretched 
out, tall [others: let loose, 
roaming at large]. — Ni- 
inf. nl^tr'J to be sent. — 

Pi. n^^\ inf. nW; rbjif, 
w.s. \rff^, imp. n^^\ fid. 
nfetr";, 'pt. nb'r^, to send 

away or forth, to despatch ; 
to dismiss, to set free; to 
cast, to shoot; to let 
down; to expel, reject; to 
stretch out. — Fu. Hl'^, 

fut. n^f^ pt. n^^^'t?, to 

be sent, to be sent away, 
dismissed, to be let free; 
to be seared, abandoned, 
forsaken. — ^i. D'^^^tpn, inf. 
n^b^n, pt. ^''^^^, to send. 

J^^,^* {§^'1$^) m missile. 

javelin; sprout, shoot, 

child. 
HZ,^' (s^'l^^) pr.n.m. 
npt^ (sflp'tte^) pr.n. of a 

pond and aqueduct on the 

south-east of Jerusalem, 

Shiloah. 

nr^tr (gnq^r) /, only pi 
nirifti'', shoot, sprout. 

^np^ (glltf)!') pr.n.m. 

D'^npti^ (sllclji'ni) pr.n. of a 
town in Judah. 

inpt^ (gul^li'n) w, c. IP^'^', 

w.s^' \:xk^, pi ' nljh?:?^', 



what is spread out, mat, 
table; table of God, altar; 

table of (he, shewbread. 

^^^ (§5l&'t) inf tDl^lf^; fut. 
t2,2tp'?, to rule, to have 
dominion over. — ///. fut. 
^-h^l, -tS^tf'n, to give 
power, to permit, to let 
rule. 

"^hx^ (§§'i$t) m, pi. D^p^tr', 

c.'^pH*, a shield. 
^J'itDpti) (giitp'n) adj. having 
power [others: m power]. 

rdr^i' {u\wn%) see ^'h^. 

^7tr (gsii') m, i.p. ''^,^', rest, 
quiet. 

^j^P (§iiy5') /; W.S. nn;i?tr", 

aftei-birth. 

^^^:^ see •l,':^ti''l 

□7lP^^^t5^■, f rtp^^tt^', having 
power, imperious; a ruler, 
magistrate. 

Dy^^;4^', third part, a dry- 
measure [V3 ephah]; adv. 
by measure, abundantly; 
pi. a musical instrument, 
triangle or trichord; a 
hero, chariot-warrior. 



r^_K^- 



353 



D^:^'" 



num. m, pl^ Dy^^f, f 

iV'^h^, iV'J''7^2f. n'^"^?:^' 

IT • !• : ' IT • I • : ' I • • : ' 

the third, third part, 
third time, third day, 
third stor}^ 

Tj^tr (sair*) III ?.^t^'n, 

inf. Tj?;^'n, "q-i^tf^'n, imp. 

^)I?.^'n,' o^^V^'n, fid. Tp'^ptpl, 

\D;^tp"0, to throw, to cast, 
to cast off, away, down; 
to overthrow,^ to expel, 
reject.— /A>. ^\7_m, ^h_m^ 

n57t?^'P, to he throAvn; to 
he cast out or down, to 
he destroyed. 

'^^ (s5ia'ci^) m a pelican. 
^^^^ (saile'Aea-) f the 
felliug [of a tree]. 

J^?|^^* (salle'c5^^9-) fr.n. of 
a gate leading to the 
temple. 

hbW (s5iri) inf. y*^t?^\ ^t2^, 

)xd. pi. ^i^tf^n, pt. i^:^, to 

draw out, to plunder, to 
roh. — Ni. fut. 'P}^'] to fall 
off [fruits],^ or from ^*^*^. 
— Bith. '?h)P>^'ri to ' he 
plundered, to hecome a 
prey. 

DD*?^^", hooty, spoil, gain. 

Hcbrew-Enu'lisli. 



fid. q^^':, pt. D^B^, IV. s. 

7j'^*f ', pt. p. pi. c. 'r;>W, 

to he whole, uninjured, 
safe and sound, peaceful, 



friendly 



Pi. D^ti^, ijif 



D^.^', w.s. ^J?W, imp. D^^' 

."■^':' ' Vt 



^^k^ 



D?^*^, pi. c. ""Pr^*^' to 
complete, to restore, to 
give hack, repay, requite, 
reward.. — Pu. D^^f , fat. 
^]l^\, pt. D^t^'P, to he 
paid, repaid, requited, re- 
warded; to he at friend- 
ship. — Hi. D'',^tf^"n, fut. 

n-h^-L, D,':?*^: , ' q^tf'i, to 

complete, perform, finish; 
to make or have peace; 
to suhmit. — Ho. d'^^'H 
to he a friend. 

Ub^^ (sale'ra) adj., pi 
n'Jpb>^\ f HD^tf^', pi. 
nip.'pti^", whole, complete, 
uninjured, unhewn; peace- 
ful, friendly. 

(sale'm) pr.7i. of a 



D^*L^' 



city = nT^'y^. 

Q^t^ see DlW'. 

D^?^ (Sriem) VI, pi. D'Pjf', 
c. ''Pf^; requital, thanks; 
pi. mostly after n^l. thank- 
offering, peace-offering. 
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354 



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D^t^* (glll?'m) m requital, 
recompense. 
D?t^* (sIUQ'm) pr.n.m. 

Q^tr see D]^^\ 

^'O^^ (siuoray') /", c. np^tr', 
requital, punishment. 

(liJ^K^ ( s^lpnip' ) jjr.n.m., 
Solomon. 

•'P'^^ (snomD; ^.^'^^.^tf'" 
(snci'mi'?'!); ^nV^^^^" (se'l^m- 
y5'hu) pr.n.in. 

n^P'i^Cr (s^lomr-9-) pr.n.f. 
and «i. 

(s^lm^n'^'figr) pr.n.m. of an 
Assyrian king. 
"jppti^ (g^lmo'n) 7)?, only pi 
D"j:b^tr", gift, bribe. 

ns^'^ti^', to draw out, to 
pull off. 

^7t2^ (gg'l^f) pr.n.m.^ son of 
Joktan, a tribe in southern 
Arabia. 

t^^?^ (55lCi'§) A-. tr'.Vtr', ?,»;?. 

ti^i^ti'', fnt. ^!i.^'], to divide 
into three parts, to do for 
the third time, on the 
third day.— P«./)<.tr;^t^'P, 

/• nc^'^^j^'D, pi. niif^-^^'p, 



to be threefold, to be three 

years old. 

tr^ir,trip^(s5lp'§)mn»./-, 

c. n^'^tp', three; pi. D^B^^tp' 
thirt}', the thirtieth. 

^^^ (§Ille's) m, only pi. 
D''*2/^\^ , descendants in 
the third generation, great 
grand-children. 

^^,^ [wmy, r}^W' (mm') 

pr.n.m. 

nW'P^ imW) pr.n. of a 
dixstrict near the mountains 
of Ephraim. 

nwbp, Dt^h^} (siicp'm) 

adv. three days ago, the 
da}^ before yesterday, 
formerly. 

Dtf^ (si,ira) adv. there, then, 
IV. loc. n ni^^tt^" thither, 
hither; D^""l|?^><, where; 
D*^*p thence, since; It^'S. 
Dt^'P whence. 

;^pt?^-_nrrf], pi nlLy^,'c. 

rv.pi?^, sign, memorial, 
token; name, fame, renown; 
n^ D^' the name, essence, 
honour of God. 
DL (scm) pr.n.m. 



H^^ 



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(sem'e'b^r); HSn^li^" (simY); 
l^pti' (srimg0,'r) pr.n.m. 

be laid waste, to be de- 
stroyed, annihilated; vif. 
destruction. — Z^/. ^'l^^'^l, 

tV- ^Pt^'n, ^v.?:p"r; npVi 
for i'>D^'n%' imp. iry^':^, 

fut. l^pVl", ^.'^'?^'-' *o de- 
stroy, to waste, to ex- 
tirpate. 

ng^* (gamma) /, yl. nlrp^', 
astonishment, horror; de- 
solation, ruin. 

n^;^^ (samm?'); ^Nit^'f 
(s^mu'e'l) Samuel, pr.n.m. 

c7 n;/ptf^' , ' ^^. ' ni vip¥^' , a 

hearing, something heard, 
report, news, aunounce- 
ment, message, instruction. 
liUL^ (sfmij'r) pr.n.m. 

t^g^* (s5ma't) imp. pi. 
V^W, fut. t2b:^'^, to throw, 
cast, fling; to neglect, to 
let lie unused, uutilled; 
to leave [work]. — Ni. 
tSpti^'J to be cast or hurled 
down. — i/i. fut. ^P^'l to 
release, to let loose. 

ntSpt^ (s^^mitt*') f remis- 



sion, release; 'tJ^'H riJt^' 
year of release, sabbath- 
year. 

*'!?^ (-s&mma'y); V^^W (§'- 

mid5"), pair. ''}:iV^', 
pr.n.m. 
^?l5^ (sjma'jini) pi. m, i.p. 

c. \P*f , ^v.s. T]^,p'f , height, 

heaveu, sky. 

,r Pr^ (s^miol') adj. num. 

m, f n'^rprp', the eighth; 

/ the octave [in music]. 

I*pti^ (s^ml'r) wi, w.s. 

iTXp'^", thorn, thorn-bush; 

diamond. 
"l^'ptj^^ (s5mrr) pr.n. of a 

town in Judah; pr.n.m. 
mpTptf^ (s^mi'r$ra9'^) pr. 

n.m. 
OP?^ (s5m^'m), np'^' (§5- 

m?'ni), rHJ7>. Dt^*, /«*«. DtS^^, 

D*f ;, D^:, D;^''^?, 2?«. [orPo.] 

Dplt:^', DptJ^, pi. D^p^i^", 
/'npt?li2^', ^^ nipt?W','c'. 

nippif^, to be astonished, 
stupefied; to be desolate, 
waste, solitary, depopu- 
lated. — Ni. D^':^ pt. f 

np'^*;, pi. nlp^'^, the 

same as Q. — Fo. pt. 
DpV^'p to be astonished, 
stunned; to destroy, to lay 
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S56 



VJ^P 



waste. — Hi Q^D, pi- 
mm, inf. Dpifn, fid. 

u^'^l, oy^'i, pt. Q'ptf'^, to 

be astonished; to lay 
waste, destroy. — Ho. 

D^^'H (hQss.Vm) the same 

as Q. — inth. nplnipn to 

be astonished, benuuibcd; 
to despair, to ruin oneself. 

□ptf^ (s§m?'in) adj. waste, 
desolate. 

np9^ (5'm9[m5') /", pi c 
nlpp:^', ripp^', astonish- 
ment, horror, desolation, 
devastation. 

nDDtr (si'mamri') = nppt?^". 

^ID^t^ (simm^mo'n) m aston- 
ishment, stupor. 
IP?^ (gjm^'n) /u^ 1P^\ to 

be or become fat. — Hi. 

"jv^^n, inf. ipt^'D, /■"«. 

I'^pti''!, to make fat, un- 
feeling; to become fat. 

iptr (sjme'n) arfj., / H:??^", 
fat, stout, fertile, rich. 

*)p^ (gjmsi'n) «i, only 2?Z. 
D''3Dtt'\ c. ^I'd^ . fatness. 

i. — : 5 I — : ' 

fertility, fat or rich soil. 

^DtJ^ (s^.'mgn) i«, t./>. Ip.C'", 
tt;'.3. '•jptr', |>i. D^;ptp", fat- 
ness, fat, fat food; fertil- 
ity, strength ; oil, ointment. 

r[p^\ ^^Pf (S'-'mon^O 



num. /•, VI ni>^', c. ni'::*f , 

eight; j>l. D^pV", D^r.tilf'', 
eighty. 

in/. ^'lp*f , ^^np:^", **?ptp", 

m;?. Vptf^", nVpB'', /•»«, 

it;>*2f, xv.s. Ivpii^, pi °',vp*f , 
/• n^pt:^, to iiear, to lend 
an ear to, to listen, to 
attend; to understand, to 
obey. — Ni. VP^'^'l. inf 

vprn, fnt. yp^':, pt. 
vp*fj, / ni;p*fj, to be 

heard, to be listened to; 
to obey; to be understood. 
— Pi. Vpr, fnt. VJ^W], to 
make hear, to call. — Hi. 

T^2^fn.^ inf "k^'P'fn ['i^'i^'b 

for ^♦^pC*."'?], imp. iV^pP^'n, 

fut. rpp'i, vpp'i, " pt. 

^""pt^'D, to cause to hear, 
to make heard; to sound, 
call, cry, sing, announce, 
summon. 

>pi^ (s5m?i") pr.n.m. 

VQ^ {srmr) m, i.p. V^^C', 
iv.s. ''.Vp'^, a hearing, 
sound, report, fame, ac- 
count, announcement. 

VQU^ {^^'m^') pr.u.m. 

yprr (shnr) pm. of a 
town in .huhili. 



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V^^ (gp'mr) m, iv.s. W^^ 
(sQm'o') report, rumour. 

NJJDtr, n^DCr (5lna%a), 

pair. 'n);W, pi. D^nV'"?'-?'"; 
(simYii); yW (slmT); 

(s'm^'yll'hy) pr.n.m. 

yptr (se'meB), *f^,ti^' (se'- 
mgB) »n and H'^pti^' (simBa') 
/ whisper, whispering, 
mocking, mischievous joy. 

1g^ (samrr) inf. ib^r, 
imp. "ibp, r\lW', 'f'ut. 

"ib^'^, pt. iDfij^, iplti'V pz. 

I'i^',' / r]lW] 'to M-atch, 
to keep, to guard, to 
retain; to observe, regard, 
attend. — Ni. "I^^^^, imp. 

to be kept, guarded; to 
take heed, to beware. — 
Pi. pt. "ip*2^>P , to honour, 
to worship.— i//</i. I^t^l^tpn 
to take heed; to observe, 
to keep. 

"IgtJ^ (sararr) or l^^'* 
(s^'mer) ?H, only pi. Cl^tf", 
dregs, lees; old wine. 

^'^}^^ (sg'nii^r) pr.n.m. 

Ipti'* (slmmu'i') "t, only ji>L 



D"'1pti^", observance, cele- 
bration. 

'P^ (some'r) m keeper, 
watch, see "Ip'^' Q. pt. 
'P^ (sprae'r) pr.n.m. and /". 
n^p*^ (g«inura') /, only pi. 
nnotf^", eyelid. 

nnpl^ (5ymr5') /" watch, 
guard. 



(slmrp'n) pr.n.m., 
patr. \^^tO^ ; pr.n. of a 
town in northern Canaan. 
^*1pti^ (so'm^rp'n) pr.n.f. of 
the chief city in the king- 
dom of Israel, Samaria; 
the kingdom itself. 

inprr (simi-r); nno^' (s«- 

marya'), 1-1x1^^' («"m|iry5'liu); 
nniipti' (gimra''9-) pr.n.m. 
TT'y^W (simri'S-) pr.w/. 

trp_^ (sg'mes) «i and /"; 

i.p. ti^'p,^; w;.5. ^fi^>f ^"j p?. 

w.s. Tj^pb'PCJ', the sun, 

sunlight, daylight; pi. 

battlements, pinnacles. 
Iltrptr (simso'n) Samson; 

\12f'ptr' (slmSa'y); n^ftpl^' 

(s$m§'r|L'y) pr.n.m. 

patr. of an unknown H^*^. 
^tr* (sen) Hi and /, c. -]^ , 



\^ 



358 



•D^ 



•pi. U]l^^ tooth; elephant's 

tooth, ivory; point of a 

rock, peak; point of a fork. 

^^ (s?n) pr.n. of a place. 

NjCT Bce nr-J'''. 

ITT ITT 

Sju^^ = Hj^' sleep. 

2S:tr (5in'5'b); "l*^<;^■ 

(s^Mi'^iBOiA'r) pr.n.vi. 
*]Sjt^* (bin'$'n) «i repetition. 
n:trS also n;::'" {um% 

inf. nW, imp. pi. 13tp". 

pi. Q^ritr', "/ ril:ir, to 

double, to do again, to 
repeat; to be different, to 
change. — Ni. inf. ri1^«i''n 
to be repeated. — Pi. n^t?^, 

H^^\ inf n\j^, fut. n^% 

pt. ri0tp, to change [tr.], 
to alter, to pervert, to 
transfer. — Pzt. K|^' to be 
changed, improved. — liith. 
n^nti^'n to disguise oneself. 

n^tr* (g^n?') f c. n:^', du. 
Q?pJ^", pi- ^W^ ^- W. 

pi ni:t^", c. nlJI^* [repe- 
tition] year. 

r\jp (sQnr) f, c. n-j:^', w.s. 

"•nJ^", ^Z. niJt?^", sleep. 
□ ''Sni^ (s^uh^bbl'm) pZ. in 
ivory. 

"•p?^ («5nr) m, c. ••rf , p^. 



D^J^', crimsou colour, 
crimson-coloured stuff. 
•rW (s?"!') adj. num. m, pi. 
'q^rf , / ^W, the second, 
the other; /a second time. 

^?,rrr («''n$,'ylra) num. du. m. 
i'p.' D::^\ c. "l^.'f , / DTJ4^' 
(sti'yim), c. "'riCf*, two. both, 
a pair. 

ntrr D*;::^' (s^^orm -m'^), 

nitpy, twelve, the twelfth. 

np^^j^ (g^nlnr) / sharp 
word, mockery. 

IP?^ (s5nrn) ;)f. p. 1^^^; to 
sharpen, to point. — Pi. 
\^}p' to enforce, inculcate. — 
Jlith. V"'*^f '^ to be stung, 
pierced, vexed. 

pJ¥^ (55iUi'C) P/. fut. 001 

to gird. 
"IJJjti^ (slu'^'r) pr.n.m., Ba- 
bylonia. 

sleep. 

C.'"^ptr, ;>«.' p. '•iDK'", to 

plunder, rob, spoil. — Po. 
mDI'.:'', 1. sg. ^T\Z:W [for 
■•rplr], the same as Q. 



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359 



"ly.tt^ 



Dp?^ (gprfi) = r\m\ fut. 

pi ^D'^l, pt. DS'tr [for 
Dpi:'], to plunder, to rob. 

— Ai. fut. pi. 1D^'^ to be 
plundered. 

^ptr (sur) pt. ''ip'^, yptj^, 

n^iD^", to split, to cleave. 

— Pi ypii'", inf. V0, fut. 
V}^^'], to tear asunder, to 
tear to pieces; to chide. 

VOt^ (sre^-) m cleft, fis- 
sure. 

^W (sPa'f) Pi. fxd. P]p^';, 
to cut in pieces, to chop up 

T\V^ (s$'r) imp. nyt?'", 
^vt^", fut. nytp>, vti^;^', to 

look, to look about, at, 
upon; to observe, regard; 
to look away from. — Hi. 
imp. Vs^n to look away 
from. — Bith. fut. VJ^*4''] 
to look about, to look at 
one another. 

ntp^t^ (§5«5t5') f c. npv.t^", 

a stamping, tramping. 

V^V}^ i^r^tnrz) m cloth 
woven of different threads, 
wool and linen mixed. 

bV^ {so"U) m, w.s. )bv,^ 

(sr«ip'), pi Q'y4^''/''c. 

^S?.Vf^', the hollow of the 
hand, a handful. 



^^^'PV}^ {srm'm) pr.n. of 
a town in Dan; gent. 

^'^^W (§^"'^irm) pr.n. of 
a district in Benjamin. 

)V^ (s5M'n) Ni. ]V^)^ inf 

"jV^'n, imp. pi iJVJ^'H, to 
lean or support oneself, 
to rest on, to rely on; to 
adjoin, to lie near. 

Vy^ * {Wr) imp. pi 1Vt2^, 
to be besmeared [on the 
eyes], to be blind. — Hi. 
imp. y^^yri to besmear, to 
blind. — Hith. imp. 
^Vt^Vnt^n to be besmeared, 
blinded. 

VV^^ (s5'a") Pilp. V0.}if, 

fut. pi ^V'^W!^ to make 
glad, to delight, to caress; 
to play, to amuse oneself. 
— Polp. fut. pi li^^Wr^ 
(t5.sQ"os5"u) to be caressed. 

— Hith. fuL y.^'vnt?^"!, to 

delight in. 

^V}^ (g|L"$f) pr.n.m. 

'^W (s5'&'r) to think, to 
estimate. 

"lyt^* (s^"$r) m and /, i.p. 

1^.^", w. loc. n rnvj:^\ du. 

gate, entrance, forum. 



1)}^ 



360 



measure. 
nV^ (sp'gi'r) adj., only p^ 
D"'T^i^, horrid, harsh, had. 

T;tr see I.V.ItJ^". 

"1^7!?!^ (gr'^^rr/r) ac«/., oiilj 

/' n"]nvy^', horrible; a 

horrible thing. 
''^^^>i^ (s,^"'irurr) ((dj., only 

/ nn'nV^' horrible. 
n ' j>L^ (s''$ry5') fr.n.m. 

Q^]l<,^ (s$'*^i\^'ylm) pr.n. of 
towns in Judali and Simeon. 

T^tf ^12;^ (s§,"C»sg5'z) pr.n.vi. 
[Persian]. 

WV^ (s.V'a§Ci'a') i», only 

pi. " ' D ^v^'vt^*" , D 7 i^'Vt^', 

delight, enjoyment, i^lea- 
sure. 
nS^' (§5frv') M. 2>«. HB^f J, 
to be bald, bare. — Pu. 

nctr" to be bared. 
HD^'* (gars') /, only pi. c. 

riDtp", cheese. 
*S:r {sHo) pr.n.m. 
t^lSr^* (s'^fp't) m, pi. D^piD*^', 

judgment, punishment. 

(s'^fi.ifa'D) pr.n.m. 



n"in|)K'', female servant, 
maid-servant. 



t^D!:'. 



tmp. 



DDtr, 



I T : T 



c. '',t:?r, to decide, " to 
judge, to administer right, 
to vindicate, condemn, 
punish; to govern, to rule; 
pt. judge, magistrate, ruler. 

— Ni. ti£:pi, inf. t:D*4'n, 

fut. t2?*^*% to be judged, 
condemned; to go to law, 
to plead. — Po.pt. t^^tV, 
w.s. "'tr?*-i''Ip, to judge. 

t:S^ (s5f5't) pr.n.m. 

tDE)*^ (s^'fi^t) ,n, only pi. 
D^pDt?^", judgment, punish- 
ment. 

n^tpstr (sHi^tyii). in;pD»f 

(s'^fiityrhv); |J^=r'^' (slft5'n) 

•iptf** (s'^fi') ,„, f^. "•s'lt; pi 

q:Sf, D^^rf, baldness, 

bareness, bare place. 
''Dtf** (s.-U') = iStp"; D^D'^" 

(suppi'in) pr.n.m. 
pS''S^* (jffifo'n) wi a species 

of serpent. 
l^E}^* (gyfi'r) p,..„. of a 

town. 



istr 



361 



n?r 



imp. "qTDtf^", "E^', fut. 

r^B^f''., pt. "?'2^,* pt. p. 

*iS^2^", to pour, to pour 
out, to shed, to spill; to 
throw or cast out or up. 

— Ni. ^%^), inf. "p;rn, 

fut. '^,?*^^ to be poured 
out, to he shed; to be 
lavished. — Pu. T]^£ir" to 
be poured out, to slip. — 
Hith. TjEr^* n to be poured 
out, to pour oneself out. 

"Sti^ (se'f^c^) m place for 
pouring out. 

HDS^ (sQfc^a') m a man's 
priv}^ member. 

^scr (sjf^i) inf b^^\ fut. 

"7%^^, to sink, "to be 
felled, to be or become 
low, humbled, subdued. — 

Hi. 'p'Btp'n, inf ^^^'^"r\^ 
fut. b^^'^i, pt. ^\?^f'o', to 

make low, to fell, to 
humble, to overthrow. 

bm^ (s5fa'l) adj., c. bmf, 
pi D^'pS^f , f nb^^', low, 
humble, depressed. 

^St^ (se'fel) m, w.s. i^.^?*^', 
lowness, low state. . 

n^St^' (sifla') / = b^^2f. 

n^St^^ (s^^feia') fw.s. nn^D:p', 

depression, low land, plain; 



tract of land between 

Joppa and Gaza. 
m^Str (gifiy^) f the 

sinking of lands, laziness. 
^,^"P (bjfgi'm) pr.n.m. 
DStr (s»f5'm); ri^'O^^ (sif- 

mo'^) yr.n. of towns; gent. 

a rodent, marmot or rabbit. 

j^-P (sffg'n) 'pr.n.m. 

V^'^ (se'fr) and n^?I2^" 
(sif a) /, c. n^?^; abun- 
dance, plenty, multitude. 

^yStr (sifl) 2;r.w.«i. 

"ISti^ (sgfe'r) to shine; to 
be pleasant, agreeable. 

"12t^* (se'fer) m and n"l?t2^'i 
(sifra') /■ brightness, beauty. 

"IStf^^ (gg'fgr) pr.w. of a 
mountain in the Arabian 
desert. 

"l''n£t^* (s^fifr) m adorn- 
ment, canopy or carpet of 
a throne. 

nSrr (safa^) imp. TD^f, 
fut. riE*^^, to place, to set, 
to put; to give. 

nSrr (safa'^) m, only rf«.. 
Q^'P?'^', pegs, hooks; en- 
closure,, fold. 



^w 



'^p.r 



Jfcu/ (g^B^f) m an over- 
flowing, effusion. 
I'pt^ (sgk^'d) in'f. "ij^^tf*, fut. 

to be awake, to watch, 
to be watchful; to lie in 
wait, to lurk. — Pu. pt. 

nj7^t^'P [denom. of "l^.^'] to 
be almond-shaped. 

1p.tr (s5krd) m, pi. D^nP-?, 
almond-tree, almond. 

to be moistened. — Hi. 

njptf^'n, /««. njp;fi, pi^:!, 
p^ np.^'D, c. np.tf'D, pz. 

D''p.tt^'D, to give to drink, 
to water; pt. cupbearer, 
butler [see njPtf'»]. 

^Ipti^ (glkka'y) m, only pi 
w.s. \Vi^P\ Pi^tr", drink, 
refreshment. 

pi D"'^^ipti^", abomhiatiou, 
disgust; idol. 

topjr (gykri't) /««. tDjPtf':, 
riiip'f:, pt. Dp.tr, to rest, 
to lie quiet, to be undis- 
turbed, unmolested, in- 
active. — IJi inf. t^^p.tf'H, 

^W^^ ^"'P- ^?-^^^ to give 
rest, to quiet, to calm; to 
keep quiet; inf. rest, quiet. 



tOpl^ (§rk§t) VI rest, quiet. 
^p_tr (suk^Vl) m/. ^iptt^", 

^<. rp.b*, to poise, to 
weigh, to weigh to; to 
estimate, to try. — A't. 
7p.t?^J to be weighed. 

^pt^ (s^kgl) m, pi D^.^p:^', 
c. "".^p^*, weight, definite 
weight, unit of weight; 
the standard coin, shekel 
[a silver shekel equal to 
20 n-JiJ, 50 shekels = 
1 mine or 100 drachms]. 

nDpti> (slkm5') /; only pi 
DVJpti^' and nTop:^*, syca- 
more-tree. 

V^]^ {ukr) fut. vp;f :, to 

sink down, to subside; to 
burn down. — AV. Vp.^^ 
the same as Q. — IJi. 

Ti^^'ri, fut. ^^p.tf'i, to 

cause to sink or subside; 
to press down. 

only pi r\)jnvp^\ de- 
pression, hollow, 

^\^^ [Uk^'t] [Q. perh. pt. 
p. P]ipt^', pi D'Spf, 
framed] A't. ^p.tfJ , pt. 
P]pl^'J, to look out, down, 
forth; to be visible. — Hi. 



nl?.r 



363 



ni?;nt?^^ 



to look at, down, through. 

5]j^tr (sg'kijf) HI, fp. Pl|51^', 

beam, framc-Avork. timber- 
work. 
5^p^ (s5kp'f) m, onl}' pZ. 
D^pi^t^* [= ?]p;yJf'] work of 
crossed beams. 

y[5^ (§5krB) Pi. vir.^', 

inf. 71^.^% /Hf. fI;5.!^■^ to 
make unclean, loathsome; 
to detest, reject. 
ypf^ (s^'keB) m abomina- 
tion, loathing; abominable, 
unclean, things. 

pjP^* (55k&'k) fut. pb';, p^ 

plP.Iti'", /• np^pitf'', to move 
to and fro, to run about, 
to roam; to be greedy, to 
i\nx&i. — HUh.'p'^'^_P:^r} to 
run along. 

HjP^ [mWv) /«<-^p?"^ to 

lie, to deceive. — Pi. "Ip.^, 
fut. Ip.tS^'), to lie, to de- 
ceive, to act falsely. 

"if^tr (srker) «i, i.p. ip;«?j\ 
pi. ' nnprf'", c. n.pts^', a lie, 

falsehood, fraud, deceit; 
deceitful, vain, unreliable 
thing; adv. in vain. 

ni^tf^ (gp'k^^) [npt?f"] /•, pz. 

nlripfi^', watering-trough. 



Iti^ (gpr) m, m;.s. Tjia'*' 
(sQrrQ'd)) navel, navel cord. 
n^><^ti'* (sgir'^Bgr) pr.n.m. 

•^^^ (s5r5'b) m mirage [a' 
phenomenon in deserts]. 

'l^ • -r^ (sc'r?l)y5') pr.n.m. 
tO^iJ^nt^* (s^rbi't) m sceptre. 

nn^* (55r5') Pi. nnt?^", to 

loose, to free. 

nn^^" (sara') /, only pZ. 

ni'lti''. caravan; also = 

^'y^ _ (§?rr) /, only pi. 

nl'iti'', chain, bracelet. 
"]n^1^ (s5ru^rn) pr.n. of 

a town in Simeon. 
jl"|^ (s5ro'n) pr.n. of the 

level sea-coast from mount 

Carmel to Joppa. 

npntr = npnt^^-. 

NT : lir • : 

ril"]^ see n'J^"^ and "115S^"\ 
^'^'l^ (sfry'^a-) f beginning. 

J.^ (§fr9,'y) pr.n.m. 

nn:^ (giry?') /•. l1nt^^ 

il}!; (slryo'n), V.T-^' (Sirya'n) 

»i, pi. u\t'y^, rrij^"]::^', 

coat of mail. 

np;-)^ (s=rikr) /•, only pi. 

nlp"'"!^, a hissing, scorn; 
piping, whistling. 



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364 



>^'^ 



"T^nti^ (s^rl'r) in, only pi. 
'»n"'1l2^", sinew, muscle. 

r^"1^"]^ (s'^rii-u'S) / firm- 
ness, strength; obduration, 
obstinacy. 

npi^ (s'rcmj') /; only pi. 

nit^Tf [peril, for n1tp-i*f ], 

plain, field. 
y^W («5iti'B) imp. pi 

^^"jtr", /u«. i^n^':, pt. yip^ 

to creep, to crawl, to 
swarm, to multiply. 
yi^ (s^'r^B) m coll. creep- 
ing animals, reptiles, small 
water animals. 

p^tr (um'k) fid. pi¥^":, to 
hiss, to pipe, to whistle, 
to hiss at, to mock, 

np"lt^* (s^i'tk?') f a hissing-, 
scorn, 
l^tt^ (s^r?'!") pr.n.m. 

t^ltr (ggr^VS) Pi. tr"-]tr", to 

root out. — Pu. t^nt:' to 

be rooted out, to be rooted. 
— Po. t^•1V-^' to strike 
root. — Hi. fut. ^';\^1, 
pt. ^^y^^, to strike root, 
to thrive. 
^'^}^ (so'r$§) w, xv.s. ^\^1^ 
(syrsv'*), pi. nyit^" (Sy'"i-5- 
bl'm), c. ^,^*"1^', root, basis, 



bottom, race, abode, origin; 
shoot, sprout, descendant. 
^]tnW (sji-so') /, only pi. 
c. ry-];:', chain. 

nntf^niT {^v^vt) /, only 

p>l. riT^TLi*, chain. 

□Tii^'p", c. '•nij^'P, / 

niC'^p, to serve, to attend 
or wait on, to do service 
[as a priest]; pt. servant, 
minister, attendant. 

T^WW see r^. 

t^^^'* (s?s) num. f. m HW', 
c. nt?^;^", six; pi. d'W' 
sixty. 

\i'W^ (ses) ,n - rrf: white 
marble, alabaster; byssus, 
white linen or cotton. 

Stf'tr (sasri') Pt. N,^T, to 
lead. 

i;^2tf*;^* (sc.sbjBBCi'r) ;),-.«.»». 

ntf^tr (55S5') Pi. nrr, to 

divide into six parts. 

W («5s<t'y); \tt'i;r" (Sfscr.v) 
pr.n.m. 

"•t^*^ (slssr) adj. m,m. )», f 
n^tt'tt^", the sixth, sixth 
part. 



^l^'''^ 



3«5 



ns: 



^W^* (s?§^'ci^) pr.n. of a city 
= Babylon. 

1 T V T I V -: 

]\i'W (§cs5'n); p,I^'y (s5§rk) 

pr.7i.m. 
1t^*tr (s5s-e'r) »?, fp. I.^Y, 

red colour, cinnabar, ver- 
milion. 
n^ (S59-) m, only ^?. nlP,^; 

w.s. T]''rt}^\ pillar, column; 

prince, statesman. 
ni^^ (seO-) m, pZ. tv.s. 

Cn^nlP^f, the buttocks. 
r^*^ (se^) /•= nX'f noise, 

tumult. 
nti-'* (s?a-) 2?r.n.m. 

nnci^ (sg^-r) inf. nnf, Tn^", 
a7f, nintp', imp. nn*f", 

pt. np.\i/, pi. D\':r, c. ''pt\ 

/'nrti', to drink, to enjoy 
to undergo. — Ni. fut. 
nP^4'^ to be drunk. — Hi. 

np^:f'n from np^^v 

^f?^^ (s^'Of) jji a drinkiug-, 
carousing. 



*>p^^ (gs^f) ^ the warp of 
the weaver. 

t'\p^* (sa9-ri) m plant, 

shoot. 
^^p^ see D?,4^*. 



^^. 



p«. 



p. t^in^, pi. D>"?^n^, to 

set, to plant. 
Dn^ (saS'a'm) p^. p. c 

DPt^', to close [others: to 
open]. 

]nV (sa9-a'n) 5i. Vi^?*, 
p^. I^Py''^ [f^e^ioHi. of "i^I?:], 
to make water, to piss. 

to cease, to rest. 

in;^ (sc^'ar) pr.n.m. [Per- 
sian]. 

*':T'in int^* (ge^-g-r bpz^na-y) 
pr.n.m. [Persian]. 

T\JW [uW^) pf. P*^", to 
set, put, place. — Ni. r*2f} 
to subside, to be dried 
up; but see P*^J. 



ri the twenty-second letter 
of the alphabet, called IP 
[sign, mark, cross]; as a 
numeral =- -100. 



><ri (ta) m, pi. D\SP, c. •'NP, 

chauiber, room. 
^^^ (ta'ii'b) to desire, to 

long for. 



nxn 



366 



to detest, abominate. 
niSri (t$i"ah5') / desire, 
longing. 

nsn* (trvY) Pifut. nsn^, 

pi. 1J<n% to measure out. 
to determine. 

= Kn. 

iSri (t5'p') )u mountain-goat, 
antelope, gazelle. 

nisn' (t.v'avr) /, c. nis;n, 

w.s' 'Pl^:?!!, desire, longing, 
wish', lust, charm, delight; 
desirable or pleasant 
things. 

niSn^ (t.V'av;a') / boundary, 
limit. 

n,^i<P (t.V'aiij') / curse. 

DSn (t5\Vm) j;«. pi. 0P>^^, 
D''t?S'in, to be double, to 
be' pai'red. — Hi. D^TH, 
jyt. flpl ri1tD^i<r;)D, to bear 
twius. 

DSri (t^i'ij'm) m, only p^ 
D"'pn [DV^DSi^:], pair, couple. 

twin. 

np/^P (t,V'"nri') / rut, copula- 
ti(.n. 



nonn 



••jxn, fig- 



tree, iig. 

n^Sh (to"an?L') f occasion. 
n^^^P (t^"''nlyy5') / sorrow, 

grief. 
D''p^^^l (t"'Oni'm) pi. VI toil, 

labour. 

n'bw ri3sn (t^"anci'o- sup') 

pr.?<. of a town in Ephraim. 
nSri (t5'*'r) to go round, 
to compass. — Pi- fut. iv.s. 
•iniSP^ to delineate.— Pc. 
pt. "l^Ti^, to be turned, 
extended. 
"iSn (to"$r) HI, TO.s. "11^,5?, 
1"li<r, outline, form, figure. 
^"iSri (t^'r?'a') pr.n.m. 
"l-ilJ*Sri (t='$§§iji'r) m a kind 
of tall cedar or cypress^ 
sherbin-cedar. 

n^rn (tcb5') /, c- n^n, chest, 
box; ark, boat. 

lis. ins^?^, p^- ^^'^?. 

produce, fruit, increase, 
gain, profit, result. 

insight, prudence, under- 
standing, intelligence. 
np-Qvl (t'buD*) / a treading 
I down, de«truction. 



linn 



367 



Nin 



"llZiri (t5\)o'r) pr.n. of a 
mountain in Galilee; of a 
town in Zebulon; of an 
oak in Benjamin. 

b^T) (t-cb?'i) / the earth, 
tlie inhabited earth, the 
world. 

t^2n (tg'b^l) m pollution, 
profanation. 

bnn see '^nin. 

n^'^'Piri (t$bir-9-) / consump- 
tion, destruction. 

7?5^ (t'b^lilu'i) adj. bleared 
or spotted [in the eye]. 

']!iri (tg'b^n) m straw, chaff. 

*'p2ri (tibnf') pr.n.m. 

n''pnri (t^bni'O-) f, w.s. 
Iri^^ri, pattern, model for 
building, likeness. 

n^iyiri (t§b'erf') pr.n. of a 
station in the desert. 

yZiri (t?be'B) pr.n. of a town 
near Shechem. 

flV^'&^r) pr.n.m. [also "iP,*?.?, 

blp^ri (t§^u'i) m benefit. 

nn^ri (%r?[') /•, c. ni:5n, 

strife, dispute, quarrel. 

•l,^ I^V (to'?$rm5') pr.n. of 
a northern people and 
country, Armenians. 



^Dl^ (tidh^'r) m a kind 
of tree [elm, plane or 
yew-tree]. 

'T • - (tridrap'r) pr.7i. of a 
city in the Syrian desert 
between Damascus and the 
Euphrates, Palmyra. 

.?1^ (tid'5'l) pr.n.m. 
inrn (to'hu) m desolateness, 
wasteness , desolation, 

desert, emptiness, nothing- 
ness; adv. in vain. 

Dinn, Dhn (tqio'm)mand 
/, pi. rlpniil, a roaring, 
water-chaos, deep, abyss, 
ocean. 

n^nn (mm-) /, c. n^nr;i, 
iv.s. '"'n^oP, p^. nl'^nn' 

n'v'nr;! [D\^n? in the'titie 
of the book of Psalms], 
praise, song of praise, 
hymn, psalm. 
ntrin ItQhoi^') / mistake, 



I T t:i T 

sin. 



'^,?*1^l},? (t^'haiQdjr) /■ pro- 
cession. 

'^5^S'7?-^ (t$hpuc^5') /; only 
pi. ]nlp?^i7»n, perverseness, 
falsehood. 

^V (^*^) '" sign, mark, cross. 
Kin = ixrp gazelle or 
antelope. 



Dsin 



bnin ftaha'i): VP_ ^n- 



DSin see Di<n 

(tciba'l k^'yln) j)r.n.m. 
sorrow, grief. 

nnin (tsdr) /, c. nnin, pi. 

nnin, confession, avowal; 
thanks, thanks-giving-; a 
choir of singers. 

niri(tavr) Pi. m. in^i, to 

make signs, to scratch, to 
scribbh^ — JJi. niPH to 
make a sign; to provoke, 
to grieve. 
niri (to'a^) lyr.n.m. 

ripn'in (tpc^ri^o-) /, xv.s. 

"•n^nin, expectation, hope. 
TjlJl (t5'vgc^) ju, c Tjin, lu.s. 

"'pin, the middle, centre; 

within, between ; "^"intp 

out of the midst; ?]in"?i< 

into the midst. 
"Tjin see ^r. 

nnDiri (tp'dKei)5') a pi. 

ninpln, chastisement, pun- 
ishment. 

^D.?^^ (tpdKl'rt)50-) /, %v.s. 
^n'riDln, pi nln^in, justi- 
fication, pleading, defence; 
correction , chastisement, 
punishment. 

D^'^^-iH see D'''Dn. 



8 1W 

ibln (tpl^'d) pr.n. of a town 
in Simeon. 

nn^in (tpig'd§9-) /, only pi. 

Dni^P, birth, generation, 
origin, descent, lineage, 
family register, genealogy. 
7y\T\ (tolg'l) m, pi. IV. s. 
^J^^,.T"'iri, robber, tormentor. 

worm, insect, vermin, the 
coccus worm. 
V^'^in^ (tplri") pr.n.m. 

npbin (tp'irr), ny,tin (tp- 

•^pin see ^,^n. 
D^pln see DXn. 

pi ninvlP, c. n"i'2V"in, 

abomination , abominable 
thing, idolatry, idols. 
nV*ri (tp'u') / error, apos- 
tasy; damage, misfortune. 

HDVln (tp"$f;i') /•, only pi 

nlDyln. c. nisvln, height, 

point, peak; perfection. 

riS^iil (tp'Bri'v') /■, only /)/. 

nls'rln, c. nlsvln, issue. 

outlet, gate, fountain, 
escape. 

1^^ (tor) pf. ir, inf. "I'r, 



lin 



3G<.) 



c^:Ernn 



fut. lin;, pt. pi. onn, to 

go about as a spy or 
scout, as a merchant, to 
search, explore, inTesti- 

gate.— Hi. i^nn, fut. ^^^), 

"ipil, to cause to spy out, 
to lead about, to guide; 
to spy out. 

Tins *iri (tor) m, ?r.S. 

TQin, pi. Cnln, turtle- 
dove. 
Tiri^ (tor) m row, order, 
turn, manner. 

rnMn [tm') /, c. riin, 
il;^5. ^nnln, pi. nliin, 

nyiP,, instruction, regula- 
tion, direction, precept, 
doctrine, law; manner, 
arrangement. 

n^^irn (tosa'b) m, c. 2;^nn, 

settler, inhabitant, for- 
eigner, alien. 

n^tr^n, n^^t^^n (tu'siyy?') / 

help, support, salvation; 
insight, wisdom, under- 
standing. 

nn^n (toB-ri'e^) m bludgeon, 
club. 

r\^T\T\ (tjznu'^) f whore- 
dom, fornication, idolatry. 

ir) /,' only pi. nl^iann, 

Hebrew-English. 



guidance , management, 
craft, cunning. 

inri (to'cf)y) pr.n.m 



^^bsnn 



^ta^k'mpnj') pr.n.m. 



[pair, or gent.] one be- 
longing to a family or 

place 19t'7^- 

n^'^nn (t^^mg') /; c. n^ni;!, 

boginning, commencement. 

^'^'; Up (t9,'^aiu')^ "^ only 2'?- 
D>""?r]n, D'^*r^^, sick- 
ness, disease. 

D?Dn^ (ta^ma'fi) m an un- 
clean bird [male ostrich, 
owl or swallow]. 

]UP (tti'e^an) pr.n.m.', pair. 

ri|riri*(re^innr)/', c. n^nr, 

mercy, favour, compassion; 
prayer, entreaty. 

•Jt • • (t^^iniia') pr.n.m. 

n?Up (ta'^aii5') /, only pi 
w.s. "'P-inp, camp, encamp- 
ment. 

^IDgp [ta'^auy'n] m, Only pi. 

D"|Jijnri, nirjnri, prayer, 

supplication. 
DrOSnri (t^e^pan^re), 

Dn;?nr^ (t^afu^tl^e'e) pr.n. 

of a city in Egypt. 
D^'pSnn (t§^p?ne't5) pr.n.f. 

of an Egyptian queen. 
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370 



:2n 



^"^n? (t?id^r9') m coat of 

mail. 
r.l.n^ (t,^^r?'a') pr.n.m. 

t^'nri {tt^'^u) m, i.p. t^•^n, 

pi. D^li'nFl, an unknown 
animal [seal, dolphiu, 
badger, marten]. 

rnrn* (uv^^o-) /, ip. nnn, 

the under part; j>Z. w.s. 
^pnn, 1^.I?rin, ady. and 
prep. under , beneath, 
below, at the feet of. 
down, iustead of, in place 
of; nnntp from under. 
^DP* (t^'e^^^O-) pr.n. of a 
station in the desert; 
pr.n.m. 

^"irinri (t^ic^t-p'n) adj., [ 

nJlnnn, the lower. 

pZ. nrriOn, the lower, 
the lowest; the lowest 
part, nether world. 

rri (t|z) iii. inn, to cut off. 
']1D*'n (tic^p'u) ad)., f n:l2>n, 

the middle, the midst. 

*|lp*'ri (tllp'n) pr.n.m. 
SD^n ,K?Dn (tcnui') )*»••». »t. 

[people and country in 

northern Arabia]. 



n "^[^'•n, south, south- 
side, south wind. 
jl5 *J (t?ra§,'n) pr.n.m. ; j)r.w. 
of a district in Edoni; 



•t^D^n 



(te'm^ni') pr.n.m. 



"?T?^f^ (tl'mjr?') f, only pZ. 
c. rlT.p''r. column, pillar. 

''•^'T^ (tlBI') pr.n.m. [gent, of 

triTn, tTTn (tiro'^) m, 

w.s. ""t^'ll^ri, must, un- 
fermented wine, juice of 
the grape. 

^^Tr^ (tlr^y^') pr.n.m. 

^T^ (tlr5'6) pr.n.in. a 
northern people, Thracians, 
Scythians or Tyrrhenes. 

^*^?il (t$'yis) m, pi. Dy;ri, 

he-goat. 

Tjn , ^ in (tod)) m oppression, 
violence. 

n^n (tjd^r) Pu. n;r, to be 
encamped. 

njOri (t'c^unr) /, w.s. 
iri^Ori, arrangement, fur- 
niture; place, dwelling. 

^Jpri (tykkF) i», only pZ. 
D^^^p,, D]:5in, peacock. 

"^5? (t<Trt)ri'd)) m, only /•/. 

n'l^pri (tld;i^») / perfection. 



'b^n 



371 



D^^n^n 



^^^r^ (t^d^li'O-) /perfection, 
completeness, end, limit. 

npDri (t^c^e'iga-) /■ purple, 
purple blue or violet, 
purple dye, purple stuff. 

]^T) (tsc^Ci'n) pt. "ipP, to try, 
to test. — Ni. l^r^^, fut. 
pri^, to be poised, ad- 
justed, to be right. — Pi. 
"ipn to weigh, to determine, 
to measure, to test. — Pu. 
pt. l^riP to be weighed. 

^Dri (to'd^gn) m measure, 
task, day's work. 

'jDH* (to'd^^n) pr.n. of a 
town in Simeon. 

n''pDri (tQc^nl'S') f arrange- 
ment, plan, proportion. 

Tj''"l!pri (tac^rj'c^) m wide 
garment, mantle. 

y7) (tel) m, IV. s. D'TP, mound, 
heap; in pr.?z. of places: 

n^^ , towns in Mesopo- 
tamia. 

>^,^ri see rhr\. 

n^ij^ri (t«irr) / hardship, 
weariness, distress. 

nil^Npri (tal'ubr) / drought. 
pr.u. of an Assyrian pro- 



vince in western Mesopo- 
tamia. 
n^a^ri (tUbp'seO-) / gar- 
ment. 

pt. p. ^i^n, pi. D^Ni^rp, 

to hang, to hang up, to 
bend, to be inclined. — Ni. 
fut. T]7r\1 to be hanged. 
— Pi. n^ri to hang. 

<^,^^^*p {mm'} /; only pi. 

ni^^^i*;!, niJ'pril, murmm-iug, 
refractoriness. 
''2*J (t§'l$f^) pr.n.m. 

quiver. 

^,?^ (tsiri) p«. i>. ^^t'n 
[high], to heighten. — Hi. 

ff]^, ?nn, inf. br\n, fut. 
br\:i] [or from ^nn Pi. 

for ^^^]] to deceive, cheat, 
deride, mock. 
Dt'n (te'lgm) m, pi. D^P^rp, 
c- "'P)'??, furrow, ridge 
along a furrow. 

^[5??? (talm§'y) pr.n.m. 
*^^i?P? (talml'd) m disciple. 
V^^ (tala") A*. pL V,^np, 

to be clothed in crimson. 
B'^Byn (taipra-) /•, only pi. 

riVSpn, height, terrace. 



D^^n'rn 



a (taitilli'm) pi. m 



on 



372 



D^^r, 



twisted or waving boughs 
[locks of liair]. 

on (torn) adj., f ntpn, 

whole, complete, perfect, 
simple, pious, innocent, 
sincere, mild. 
Dh (torn) »?i, c. "Dn (torn), 

w.s. "'pri, ^l. D^pri, whole- 
ness, completeness , per- 
fection, integrity, sound- 
ness, simplicity, inuocence; 
-pi. see D^iX. 

fut. "^P?, to be astonished. 

amazed, terrified. — Bith. 

n^nn to be astonished. 
I— ~ • 

nDin (tymm?') / integrity, 

innocence. 
*jinDn (timmaho'n) m, c 

•jlnpn , astonishment , 

amazement, terror. 

tIDri (ti]lramu'z) pr.n. of a 
Syro-Phenician god, Adonis. 

yesterday, formerly. 

nj^iDn (rmu.ui') /, c. Pim:^, 

w.s. finJ'tDP , fashioning, 
form, shape, image. 

nniDri (t^mcu-r) / exchange, 
compensation, wages. 

nri-i?DI1 (yraCi9-5') / a dying, 
di-atli.' 



nDrj (tg'm^L^) pr.n.m. 
"T^'pri (tjrai'd) m duration. 

extension, continuance; rtrfy. 

continually. 
D^pn (tgmi'm) adj., c U'^T^, 

pi. D^p^p:;!, c. "'P'pr;!, V 

ntD''pri, whole, complete, 
perfect, faultless, blameless, 
innocent, simple, upright, 
honest; suhst. honesty, in- 
tegrity, truth. 
D^pri = DV^xn see DSn. 

T|pri (t$m$'cf)) inf. ?;bn^ 
Tjtpp, fut. "bn:, pt. "qpp, 

T]pln, "q^plrij'to take, to 
hold, to support, to 
maintain. — Ni. fut. "pj^^^ 
to be seized, to be held. 

Dpri (tjm^'ra) pf. Dn, inf. 

Dr, "Dri, w.s. ipi^, /■«<. 
cr:, i.sg. cr^x, ^"^ r->r^ 

[or A'i.], ii^r^ to be com- 
pleted, finished, ended, to 
be ready, whole; to be 
consumed, to be gone, to 
perish; to be innocent, 
blameless; tr. to make 
whole, to complete, to 
finish.— M. see Q. fut.— 

Hi. Drn, inf. w.s. Ti^Tm. 

fut. Cni, to complete, to 
finish, to make full, ready, 
perfect; to cause to cease; 



n:on 



373 



D^in 



to pay off. — Hilh. Dp^n 
to act lionestl3\ 
n^pri (timn^') pr.n. of 
towns in Jiidah and Dan; 
IV. loc. n nPJpri; gent. 

^J[jT\ (timn5") pr.n.m. 
Din ri^pri (tlmnCi'a- rf^c'ree) 

[nnp 'n:pr,] ^r.n. of a 

town in Ephraim. 

DDri (tg'meB) «i a melting, 
dissolving. 

ipr/ (t5ma r) ^n, p?. Dn^r;^., 
palm-tree, date-palm. 

"lOri (tfma'r) pr.n../. ; pnw. 
of a towTi in tlie south of 
Palestine. 

Iipn (to'nigr) m palm-tree; 
pillar. 

ni^ri (timmor^') /, pi 
Onbn and niT>n, palm- 
like ornament in archi- 
tecture. 

pi"]pn (trimrri'k) in, only 

cleansing, ointment,remedy. 
nipn (tamrur) in, only pi. 

Q^'X^"'''^^-' l^itterness; pillar, 

way-post. 
*jP. (tan) in, only pi. Cio 

["piri], howling animal, 

jackal. 



njri* (t^nr) M n;.o:, to 

bestow, to hire. — Hi. HJI^H 

the same as Q. 
n^Pi^ (t5nf') Pi. inf. TliP, 

/"»«. ri^ri^, to sing, to praise. 
njP (tgnna) /, only pi. 

nijri, a dwelling. 

"•filSiJri, ' alienation, es- 
trangement, enmit3\ 

n^lj^jri (t^nubr) /■, c. nniiTi, 

lu.s. ''p^lJIjI, produce, fruit. 

Tj^Iiri (t^ny'd^) in, only c. 

"iJr^, point, tip of the ear. 

nD^jri (t^niiraa') /", p^. 

niDiJn, slumber, sleepiness. 

nsi^n (f%uf5') /, c. rsiJi-;!, 

2>?. PilDUri, the moving to 
and fro, waving [of a 
sacrifice], consecration; 
movement, tumult, ex- 
citement. 

I^^ri (t^nnu'r) m, pi. ^''^^^P, 
oven, furnace. 

D*iruri (tjne^a'm) m. only pi. 
D^'pin^ri, consolation, com- 
fort, compassion. 

nD^n^ri (t^ne^um?') /, only 

pi. ni^in^n, = D'.mn. 

iiunjjn (t*n^u'nie9) pr.n.m. 

O^jpi (tanni'm), '["'in (t,liini'u) 

m [sing.], pi. ^]^^^\^. great 



ntptt^'^n 



374 



nn 



water-animal, whale, shark, 
crocodile, serpent, sea- 
monster. 

riDt^*!*^ (tlnsg'm^O-) /, an 
unclean water - animal, 
lizard, chameleon; a bird, 
owl or pelican. 

3!^riJ, to be abominable, 
abhorred. — Pi. ^,V!r^, A''- 

nvn;, 2yn]^ pt.2vr\r?, to 

abhor, refuse, reject; to 
make one abhor or ab- 
horred. — M. n^nn, fid. 

^Vn, to act abominably- 

n^ri (tr5') inf. nlvr;i, /•««. 

y'n, to err, to wander; to 
stray, to go astray; to 
reel, to be giddy. — Ni. 

n^riJ, v>f ^'v:^^, to 

stagger about, to reel; to 
be deceived. — Hi. ~}t^_^^ 

A/«. n^^oi, vn"i_., pt.'r\yr}t2, 

pi. □'',Vri^, to cause to 
wander, to lead astray, to 
seduce; to go astray, to err. 

W»]^ (tp"y) pr.n.m. 

nWri (t«'yd5') f law, 
statute, custom; announce- 
ment. 

nbpn (t«'5ir) /, c. n^v^, 

pi. nl7^ri, ditch, channel. 



aqueduct, conduit; plaster, 
bandage. 

^V?n (t?L"aiu'l) m, only pi. 
Qvi^Vf^, petulancy, wan- 
tonness; a wanton boy; 
tricks, misfortune. 

nirifvn, hidden thing, 
secret. 

^*1^>;?^ (t^"anu5) m, pi. 

Q^:uv:n, r^'i'SJVn, good 

cheer, pleasure, delight, 
sexnal gratification. 

J^V^^^ (t^'ani'd-) f fasting. 

"^PJ^'f!) (t$,"nn5'd^) pr.n. of a 
Canaanitish town, belong- 
ing to Manasseh. 

VVT\ (t5%v') Pii. pt. ^nvnp, 

to mock. — Hith. pt. pi. 

0'Vr}V^f^ to mock. 
nS^^n see PjIV Q. fid. 
nD:i^^;ri (t,\"aByra«i') f only 

2j.Mn1rp>Vf!l, forces, strength. 

^iiiT^ (tCi"$i) rn knife, razor, 
pen-knife; sheath of a 
sword. 

rrilinvn, suretyship, surety, 

pledge. 
^*p>? (tSl'tu'''') «i, only pi. 

C^t^r^VD, mockery. 
'^n (tpf) »n, p?. D^BP, hand- 



nis?n 



375 



n»9:^ 



drum; hollow of a gem, 
bezel. 

nnSSn (tlfsr*) andn-)i<?n 
(tirVr^^-) /, tv.s. 'pn><^^, 
splendour, beauty, inagni- 
ficence, ornament, honour, 
glory, boast. 

D^n^sn, c. ""nit-n, apple, 

apple-tree. 
niSri^ (t^ppu'a^) pr.n. of 

towns in Judah and 

Ephraim; pr.n.m. 
n^^'iSn (f^fpBa') A only pi. 

nVilDP, dispersion. 

Y'P^ (tCin'n) m, only pi. c 
irsn, a baking, cooking, 
or something baked, cooked. 

^,?^ {mm) Hith. bmr] = 

^ninn, see ^nB Hiih. 
T'Sn (tafe'l) m something 

insipid, unsavoury; mortar. 
^ whitewash. 
'T'Sri (to'fei) pr.w. of a place 

in the desert. 
n^Sri (tifla') f insipidity, 

absurdity. 

Th^7\ (tefflir) /•, c. rb^T}, 

w.s. ' ''n^?r;i, pi riiV?»7, 

prayer, supplication, hymn, 
psalm. 

n^|:^sri (tmrBea-) /, iv.s. 

J\T:^^'2^r\, fear, terror. 



nDSri (tifBH'^) ;>r.«. of a 
city on the Euphrates, 
Thapsacus. 

to beat [the drum]. — Po. 
to beat, to strike. 

"IBH^, to sow together. — 
Pi.'pt. fipi. nTifnp the 
same as Q. 

^2 J? (tafafi) inf. b^Sn, 
tJ^Sn, w.s. DDti^Dr!, imp. pi. 

ib'?n, /««• ^^rp% pi- ^,?J^, 

to seize, to lay hold of, 
to catch, to hold, to hold 
fast, to handle. — Ni. 

tj^Epj, iiif trsnn, fut. 

ii/Sn^, to be taken, seized, 
caught, captured. — Pi. fut. 
t^*En; to hold fast. 

riSri (to'fg^) /abomination; 
altar-place of Moloch in 
the valley of the sons of 
Hinnom. 

nriSri (tyftr) m a burning- 
pi ace for corpses. 

nij?n' (tikv5') f IV.S. ''n^'p^p., 

cord; hope, expectation. 
nipri (tikv5') pr.n.m. 
np^pri (t'kvims') / a stand- 



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376 



Dplpri (t'kpm?'m) ?>i, pi. 

tv.s. 7]^,?5t?i|70, adversary. 
J'ipri (tyko'a') ni trumpet. 

liorn. 
^**lpri (t^kp'a') pr.n. of a 

town near Betlilcheni. 

nsiprn (rkafu') /■, c. rsipr;^, 

^^Z. nlD'pri, a circuit, lapse. 
^^ipin (trikki'f) a^;. strong, 

miglity. 
*|pri (tak.^'n) tV- ii?f?r to be 

straight. — Pi. /««. I^.r^ to 

make straight, to arrange. 

>pn (takrr) in/-. ^*:lpn, ^^prn, 

imp. pi. iVR^'i^: Z""^- ^?-^^-> 

pt. ^?.r^, p^. D^prp, to 

strike, to beat, to drive 
in, to iix; to thrust, to 
blow [a horn]. — Ni.VpS^^, 
fut. VpnV to be struck; 
to be blown. 

^■pP (t^'k?^') »H a blowing, 
blast. 

?lpn (t5ka'f) fut. f]pn:, to 

overwhelm, assail, attack. 

^p\ (tp'kfif) «i, iv.s. ispn 

(tykfp'), might, power. 

nil see lin. 

Hv^*^^ (trir'ftl5') pr.n. of a 

place in Benjamin. 
milinri (tirby'O-) f increase, 

progeny. 



n'ljanri (t^rbre-) / increase, 
usury, interest. 

I^??!")?? (t$i-dfmr) /, c. 
rip~"]n, deep sleep; sleep- 
iness, lethargy. 

npn"]ri (tirhykr) pr.n.m. of 
a king of Ethiopia orEgypt. 

nnnn {ihKim') f, c. npnp, 
w.s. ''f?^^'>7i, pi- ni'tpnr, 

oblation, gift, present, 
offering, tribute, con- 
tribution; heave-offering. 

^p-nri (tn-ilmi') adj., f 
iTpiin, belonging to a 
lieave-offering [n^ill^]. 

r\VT\T\ (t'l-a'r) f noise, 
shout, cries, loud sound, 
war-cry, sound of the 
trumpet. 

nS^in {ih-KiU') f a healing, 
medicine. 

nnJI (tirz5') /a kind of oak. 

nj^ (ti^'itift)) pr.n.m. \ pr.n. 
of a station in the desert. 

n^nnri (tlrc^nnl,') pr.n.m. 

rtO")ri (tgrraj') / cunning, 
deceit. 

niD"iri (tiHrmy'^) and n^piP 

(tjrmi'^) /• = n;.:iri. 

^"in (tp'r^ii) ?», ics. cj^r 
(turn^'m) mast of a ship, 
fhx'^-staff. 



nhvy-^ 877 

•^.^yi? (t5r'ci5') f a reeling, 
staggering, drunkenness. 

'^^^ (t5r*'f) on, only pi. 
CS^r*' lionseliold gods, 
Penates. 

n^nn (tu-Ba') pr.n. of a 
royal city in tlie kingdom 
of Israel. 

^'If? (te'ies) pr.n.in. [Per- 
sian]. 

^T1^*(tSrsrs) pr.n.m.: 
pr.n. of a city in Spain, 
Tarsis or Tartessus. 

t^^ltrnn^ (tarsi's) m a pre- 
cious stone, chrysolite or 
topaze. 

Xnjrnn (tlrsa^a) m title 
of Persian governors. 

1??")? (t^rtin) m title of an 
Assyrian dignitary, general 
or fieldmarshal. 

PfJlL^ (tart a' k) pr.n. of an 
idol of the Avites. 

riD^it^'n (t^Bumr) /, c. 

rpiL^*r^, a thing deposited 
as a pledge. 
nS^n (f^su'g') /, only pi. 



niX^I|1, noise, tumult, 
shout, crashing. 

''•r^*? (tisbl') pr.n.m..! S'^"'- 
of n2^'n a town in Naph- 
tali. ' ' 

yjitf^n (tasbe'B) m checker- 
work, checker-cloth. 

nniti'in (t^sybr)/", c.nnr^'i^, 

pi. nnv^'ip, return; reply, 
answer. 

n>*^)t^»n (t?g;i'a') /, €. riv}^:^; 

help, assistance, deliver- 
ance, salvation. 



c^lJ^ri. lonsins:. desire. 



nn^irn (t^gyrr) /• gift, 

present. 

/ n^VT'^T, t^ie ninth. 
i^^P (te'sa') num. f, c. V,^^:, 
m riV^t^T; <^- *"^,^*'^*^5 nine; 
pi. D^V'^'i? ninety. 

*'.^r^i*D (taS-na'y) pr.n.m. [Per- 
sian]. 



Conjugation -Tables. 



- 8S0 - 






fT" rr- r:- iz- n- n- n-^ n- 

£1- £|L fl. flL £1- fl, £1. aL 



i:^ n- n- n n- r:- n- n n- ir 

;^ CI- fit flL £!• at fli <j> £1. £iL 
^ -^ "P G'^ i:^- c.-^ a- e» p 



•§ r:- It- IT- n n- n n n- n- 
c c;- c;- c- c:- c- a- c- c- c- 

^ a- a- £iL a. ql a- a- a- a^ „ „ 



'^ 



ri: fir nr fv; rir izi^ fir nr n:: 

S^ a- a- aL a- a"- a- a- a' a^ 

«4=l 



a 

S3 



a> a- aL a- a^ a- a- a' a^ 
a' 



(2 ^- *n- ^' O- O- O' *-i. *-!• *-!• 

.^ a' a- a"- a- a"- a- a- a- a^ 



♦s a' a- a^ a- a^ a- a- a- a^ 



^ <>^ ^ CVi c\i 



n- 




Hir 




a- 


1 


-JN 


1 


n- 


c 


nr 


nr 


a- 


a 


o^ 


r 


ft 


It 


c;- 


C 


m 


n^ 


a- 


a> 


IJN 


^ 


(^ 




a 




>/^ 


1 


m 


ni 


a* 


a' 


-j\ 


-T^ 






ni 




a 




x>. 




n 


ft 


f^ 


IZit 


.a 


a- 


jN 


jN 


«. 




*n- 




ric 




.a 




j^ 




r^ 


rir 


a 


a 


JK 


JN 






eo 


J,; 


-O 




« 


s 


:«• 


1 



n- n- H' ft' 

nr nr nr Hir 

a- a- a- a^ 
n 



n- ft n- n- 
It- It- c- it- 
fii. fi: ri!. m 
a- a- a- a^ 

XN .J^ .J^ J^- 



ni 


m 


1:11 


m 


a' 


a- 


a- 


a^ 


ON 


^ 


^ 




ft 


n 


n- 


n 


1^ 


Hif 


iiii 


f^ 


a« 


a- 


a- 


a^ 


j^ 


j^..^ 


j^- 




*■ 




E^ 


rir 


fii 


rii 


fir 


a 


a- 


a 


a 


j^ 


j^- 


-j^ 


j^- 




0- 




s- 


^• 


*^ 


S 


"K 


O) 




Oi 




■♦J 




-^ 




S^ 








J 









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fv! c:<- e- e- x- 7^: e- n;- n;^ c»: 

S' £1. fl. fl- fl' j^ n^ a fl^^' 
•'^ j% .j% .jN- j^ ^ j^-a^ j^-j^ 

n n 



^ 5' 5' 5' 5?'. ril: 5' S'- S 



5- rir 






;l- n;. a- E- x> f-l ^- 5* ^' Pi 
^: Cr C- C- G- fe. C- C- G; ^. 

^' qT flT b- a '^ g^ fl- a^^' 
•^ j^ ^ j>^ -^ ^:^ j;^:*^ 



f^; e- e- G- xr f^; e- e- e- c»; 
M ^ ^ '^- ^' J^ ^' ^- ^'^ 

*^ J^ J\ J<"S^ ^ .X^-J^ J^-*^ 

n n 






a* 'qT ki< a- a^K ^^ ^' ^' ^ 
■^ j% j% ^- jN -^ 

n 



ai a- 
n 



rit 



; e- e- e- 



^1= e- G: g ^ 
^' Q^ fl^ ia- fl'J^' fl"^ fl- fl"^ S' 



g, nr^^^fl:^^^^ 



I I 







*■ 


J^" 




JN 


n 






3C» 




a- 


n- 




c- 


ni 


1 


r^ 


a- 


1 


s 


-jN" 




j^ 


1 


1 


1 



SI 



CO 



: d' e- m- X' fxL e- e- e- 5^: 



a a a- a ^ a- a- a- ^ 






n 






^ 



55r 

a- 



X- 

a- 
r: 



x» 

a- 
r: 



a- 









J3. f^E 

a= a 






- 382 





Qal med. e 


(&(?. 


Qali. 


P- 


P/ 5^. 3 m. 


^?3 


PP. 


^^?. 




/. 


nnn3 


^^^2 


nbt^i? 


"15? 


2 m. 


rinns 


^^i?i? 


^)i2 




/. 


^15? 


nib)? 


^)^Pr 




1 


•«n"]55 


••nibi? 


'^)^Pr 




pi 3 


^55 


^li^ij 


^^?i? 


ns? 


2 m. 


Dnnns 


Driicjjp 


— 




/. 


1^15? 


]riiipp 


— 




1 


^H?? 


^ibi? 


^^)m 




Inf. dbs. 


(11^3) 


— 


— 


— 


constr. 


05? ,ni3) 


— 


— 


— 


lmpt.sg.2m. 


^5? 


— 


— 


"]?? 


/. 


''i:?? 


— 


^bbp 


'1?? 


pi 2 m. 


n?3 


— 


^bbj) 


nn? 


/ 


njl?? 


— 


— 


nj-in? 


Fut.sg.3m. 


^??' 


1^1?^ 


— 


^5?^ 


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i^^n 


— 


— 1 


I. f . tp. 


2 m. 


15?^ 


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— 




/. 


''1??^:^ 


— 


^^bjpn 




i 


^?2« 


— 


— 




ii. 5 m. 


nsD^. 


— 


<^i?i?' 




/ 


njn^Dn 


— 







^m. 


"??n 


— 


!i^b{pn 




/. 


njijsn 


— 


— 




i 


' nV?i 


— 


— 




Cohort 


nn!iD« 


— 






Juss. 


— 


— 






Part. 


in? 


PP. 






Ft. pass. 


— 


— 







- 383 



^ fir nr nr 

fl" a- fl' £i> 

1 p c- GL n;. 
P r Pi 



nr Hi: 
£1- £1' 

Pi e 



£1" a- 



nr nr 



a 

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£1" flH £|. 



nr nr n; 

3' £lK fl. 

c; j=. 1 ^ 



nr 1^ 
a- a- 



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nr 


fir 


fir 




a- 


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a> 




-J^K 


JNLJ^. 


§ 


n 


a- 


et 


rr^ 


n 


n 


CO 










r^ 


*■ 


•. 


!&■ 


a- 


nr 


fir 


CO 


.x^ 


a- 


a> 




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JNL 


j-^- 






G. 


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r^r 
a' 



fir 

a- 



fir 



fir nr fir 

a- a- a' 



fir m: fir 

a- a' a' 
'^ It G 



CO Oi ^ CO o^ ^ 



fit 




1 


1 1 


1 


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fir 

1-^ 






R It- 




St. 


1 


ft 




§"■2. 


:i 


1 



r^ 


b; 


fv.- 


a* 


a 


a- 


j^ij^t.j^-1 


■^• 


rr\. 




*- 




P 


*■ • 






nr 




nr 


a- 


1 


a- 


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j^ 


rr- 


1 


r^ 






#- • 


hr 


n^ 


fir 


a- 


a- 


a- 


j^- 


j^i 


-r^- 


Jk- 


r-s 


rr- 
15- 


#■ • 




*• • 


nr 


nl: 


(ii 


a- 


a- 


^: 


J^SJ^i 








r • 






r^ 






a- 






j^" 






n 






^ . 


*■ • 


^ . 


nr 


nr 


n: 


a- 


a- 


a- 


J^i.J^vj^-1 


n 


'Tl 


g 


^' 


-Si 


§ 


CO 


."Q 


CO 


CJi 


§ 




CO 




»««» 


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Si 








^ 







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a-nr 






niir- 
a^nr 
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lit- 
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a-n.r 






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pi. 3 m. 
Pf. sg. 3 m. Dbipp 

2^1 3 n)b^]> 
1 Dii'pKijp 



Bf. 


5 m. 


1 


1^91? 


(0?"?»i?) 


^^^^1? 


l^^^P 




!iin^Qp 


inbiPj!? 


— 


!iinbttjp 


i^nStoD 


— 


5ii^nbop 


1 '.'fyiT 


CJ^'ribeip 


— 


I'^w 


— 


!ii^bK)p 


iw-jop 


— 


li^ribttip 



]^i?^P 



DDn'pC)p 



Inf. 



Impt. sg. 
pi 



Fut.sg.3m. 

with ] 

pi. 3 m. 






I T I It V I t It ' T « I W r- ■ l» 

— — U^ep 

— — !|i!l^tpP 



j'^Dp: '^D'pbp^. 



D^^^p^ 



I^^^P' 



DD'l^tDP'' 






Fi.i)f.sg.3m. 
HI „ „ „ 

III 

P/. 55^. 3 m. 

/. 
2 m. 

pi. 2 m. 


nbtsp 

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Qal 


]b^ppn Q?V^I?'^ 

primae gutturalis. 
M>/?«/ Hiphil 


Jii'ptap 

Hophal 

noyrr 

Dnnoyn 


Inf. ahs. 
constr. 


lbs? 


max?: no?n 








ibv 









Fitt.sg.3m. 

2f 

1 












Parif. noj; ,n!iDjj 






T-OgO IDg? 



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n- nt n^ 

r' i-r r-r 



d '"* c:" 

fn- n- n 



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#-• r-- r- 


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a fl-fl 


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CO 



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Qglisli. 












n- n- n- 
c- c;- G- 
n- nt ri" 
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n- pt m- 
f r-' i-^ 
f::- n- n 



n- n- r:- 
^H -^t -^K 
C' cr niL 
a fl a- 



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C' CI c- 

a a- £1- 



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pr n": n« 
tr- <"' '"^ 



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CO Oii CO 

25 



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B^ G. e- e- G' 



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r> »— , f-^ I—- 1~' 


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^^ -3^.. -s^,. -s^w. -S. 



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CO Oi 
5^ 



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c e- e- 

j:x, jN- j:^.. 

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Pf. sg. B m. 

pl. 2 m. 


erba «"D. 
Qal 


IX. Verba 

&c. 




Inf. abs. 
c. 






Impt. sg. m» 








Fuf. sg.3m. 
1 
pl 3f. 








Part. 


regular 


regular 


n^Kj^D 






X. Verba VS. 
Qal Nifal Eifil 












Par^. a^\a^B^; ^^1i 2''12^1D 






Inf. a. 
c. 




^^^7 




n^^n 


Impt. sg, m, 

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plf. 








— 


Fut.sg.3m. 

2f 

pl 3f 


^^1 









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Langenscheidts Sprachfdhrer (Der kleine Toussaint- 

Langenscheidt) 14 

Langenscheidts SachwOrterbilcher 

(Land und Leute in Amerika etc.) 15 

Langenscheidts Konversationsbiicher 16 

Langenscheidts Briefsteller 17 

Kleine WOrterbficher 13 

Spezial-WOrterbQcher 18 

Grammatiiven 19 

Phraseologien 20 

Fremdsprachhche Gedichtsammlungen 20 

Literaturgeschichten 21 

Spezialw^erke fQr Kaufleute 21 

Langenscheidts Klassikerbibliothek 22 

Erganzungsschriften zur Klassikerbibliothek 23 

Nachschlagebflcher filr die deutsche Rechtschreibung . . 24 

1 



Original - Unterrichtsbriefe. 

Mcthode Toussaint-Lanp^enscheidt 

Brieflicher Sprach- unci Sprechunterricht fiir das 

Selbststudium Erwachsener. 
Kiioiisch fiir Deutsche von den Professoren 

van Dal en, Lloyd und Langenscheidt. 
Franzosisch fiir Deutsche von den Professoren 

'I oussaint und Langenscheidt. 
Italicnisch fiir l)eulsche von Dr. H. Sabersky 

u\u\ Professor G. Sacerdote. 
Niedcrlandisch fiir Deutsche von C. J. \Merhoui 



und Lcktor Cli. Allen a. 
Rumanisch fiir Deutsche von Prof. Dr. Ghi^^ 

Pop und Prof. Dr. (i. Weigand. 
Russisch fiir Deutsche von A. Garb ell, K. 

D 1 a 1 1 n e r , Prof. Dr. K o r n e r , L. v o n AT a r n i t z 

und Prof. P. Perwow. 
Schwedisch fiir Deutsche von K. Jonas, Prof. 

Dr. Kb be Tuneld und C. G. Moren. 
Spaniscli fiir Deutsche von Dr. S. Griifenberg 

und Don Antonio Paz y Alelia. 
Fiir Deutsche in Vorbereitung: 
Uiio^arisch von Prof. Dr. Pal ass a und Prof. 

L. Paloczy. 
Altsfricchisch von Prof. Dr. A. Tegge. 



Latciniscli von l^rof. Dr. C. Willing. 
Pohiisch von Oberlehrer Dr. K ras no wolski. 
Bezugsbediiiguiigen. 

Jede Sprache uinfaBt ca. 750—1000 .SeiU-ii im Gr.-&*'-Format 
und ist cingeteilt in 36 Bricfe mit \vc1tvoll9u Gratisbeilagen. Jedc 
.Sprache kostet auf cinmal bczogcn in Karton und Deckc 27 M., 
bci Emzclbczuf; jcdcr Hrief i M. oder 12 sechswMientliche 
Raten a 3 M. l^ricf i jeder Sprache znr Probe k i M. 
Ansfilhiliclie Prospcktc unisonst und poitofrcil 



— 3 — 

Haupteigentiimlichkeiten dieses 
Unterrichts. 

1. Einteilung. Es wird dem Schuler keine jener 

grol^en trockenen Grammatiken gegeben, deren 
Anblick allein entmutigt, sondern der Lehr- 
stoff wird ihm in kleinen Quantitaten, 
aber stets in grol3er Mannigfaltigkeit gebotcn. 

2. Stoff. Musterstucke der fremdlandischen Lite- 

ratur (entweder ein spannender Roman oder 
kurzere Novellen) dienen dem Unterricht zur 
Grundlage und machen das ganze Studiura 
spannend und anregend. 
5. Aussprache. Der Schwerpunkt liegt in der 
Angabe der Aussprache nach dem Toussaint- 
Langenscheidtschen System, das fiir die Sprache 
das ist, was die Notenschrift fiir die Musik. 
Jeder, der Deutsch lesen und schreiben kann, 
vermag danach auch die fremde Sprache zu 
erlernen. 

4. Darstellung. Der Vortrag ist trotz strengster 

Wissenschafthchkeit allgemein verstandUch und 
steUt durchaus nicht Anspriiche an hohere 
Schul- oder sonstige Vorbildung. 

5. Sprechen, Lesen und Schreiben wird gleich- 

zeitig von der ersten Stunde an geubt. 

6. Fehlerverbesserung. Jeder Brief bringt die 

Losungen der Aufgaben des voraufgehenden. 
Iliernach verbessert der Schuler seine Uber- 
setzungen selbst. Wo fiir einen Gedanken 
mehrere gleich gute (ebenfalls richtige) Aus- 
drucksweisen zulassig sind, werden auch diese 
in der gedruckten Losung fast immer ange- 
geben. Mehr kann auch der sorgfaltigste 
Lehrer nicht tun; beherrscht er aber die 
Sprache nicht vollstandig, so vermag er das 
iiberhaupt nicht. Die Selbstverbesserung nach 
der gedruckten Losung ist daher in vielen 
Fallen der des Lehrers vorzuziehcn. 



7. Vervollkommnung auch in der Muttersprache. 

8. Die Sittcn und Gebrauche des betreffenden 

Landes werden fiir den Unterrichtsstoff ganz 
besonders beriicksichtigt. 

9. Bin ausfuhrliches Sachregister gestaltet die 

Briefe zu einem zuverliissigen Ratgeber fur 
das ganze Leben.''- 

10. Prufungsaufgaben. Am Schlusse des Unter- 
richts steht es dem Schiiler frei, nach An- 
leitung des letzten Briefes eine Ubersetzung 
aus dem Deutschen in die fremde Sprache 
anzufertigen und an die Verlagsbuchhandlung 
zur Beurteilung einzusenden. 

11. Zeugnis. Die Arbeit wird von Fachmannern 

gewissenhaft revidiert, und erhalt der Schiiler 
von der Verlagshandlung ein Zeugnis iiber 
seine Leistungen. Auf Grund dieses Zeugnisses 
allein ist schon in mehreren Fallen die Erlaub- 
nis zur Eroffnung von Unterrichtsschulen fiir 
fremde Sprachen erteilt worden. Im prakti- 
schen Leben wird dieses Zeugnis den Wert 
von Schulzeugnissen bedeutend (ibersteigen 
und dem Inhaber iiberall eine vorziigliche Emp- 
fehlung sein. 



Zur Beachtung 



Die Methode Toussaint-Langenscheidt ver- 
mittelte bisher nur die Kenntnis des Schreibens, 
Lesens, Sprechens und Verstehens einer fremden 
Sprache, nicht aber die Gewohnung des Ohres 
an den eigenartigen Tonfall der Aussprache der 
Ausliinder. Jetzt ist aber auch diese Schvvierig- 
keit durch eine sinnreiche Anwendung von Sprech- 
apparaten gehoben. Spezialprospekte hieriiber 
gratis. 



*Eiii besonderer Vorzug ist es, dafi dieser Methode 
WOrterbQcher und andere Hilfsmittcl, mit gleicher Aussprache 
und uach gleichea Prinzipien bearbeitet, zur Seite steheu. 



— 5 — 

Wie die Vertreter verschiedener 
Berufe uber die Methode T.-L. 

urteileu: 



Ein Gelehrter. 



Herr Prof. Dr. S.... an der 
Universitat HalJc. Ich habe 
die ersten italienischen Unter- 
richtsbriefe" durchgesehen imd mich davon iiber- 
zeugt, dafi sie ebenso zuverlassig nach ihrem 
Inhalte sind, als praktisch angelegt in ihrer Form. 
Die Aussprache ist mit groliJer Genauigkeit ange- 
geben und dabei sehr gut durch Ankniipfung an 
die deutsche Aussprache verstandlich gemacht. 
Durch ihre vorzughche padagogische Methode er- 
setzen die Briefe einen Lehrer vollstandig. 

Herr Dr. med.L.... in Wolfenbuitel 
schreibt am 16. 3. 06: Nachdem ich 



Ein Arzt. 



nunmehr die samtlichen Unterrichts- 
briefe Ihres spanischen Werkes durchgearbeitet 
habe, drangt es mich, Ihnen meinen Dank auszu- 
sprechen fiir das wirkHch einzig dastehende 
und vorziigliche Werk. Ich verdanke Ihrem 
Werke ganz allein meine samtlichen spanischen 
Sprachkenntnisse, die es mir ermoghcht haben, 
schon nach etvva 6 — 10 Wochen ernsten Studiums 
der Briefe mich in Chile mit den dortigen Spaniern 



Ein Oifizier. 



Herr Major W — , Jiitcrbog: Ich 
bin jetzt an der Bewaltigung des 
5. itahenischen Briefes angelangt 
und kann nur sagen, dafi das Werk ein ganz vor- 
treffUches ist, und dal3 Ihre Methode zweifellos 
die riclitige ist, um eine Sprache zu erlernen. 



Ein Kaufmann. 



Das Studium Ihrer vorzug- 
lichen Uuterrichtsbriefe ist 

ebenso interessant wie unter- 
haltend, und kann ich dieselben jedem jungen 
Kaufmann, welchem es daran gelegen ist, griind- 
lich Franzosisch zu lernen, auf das Beste 
empfehlen, Koiirad K. in F.... 

2 



G — 



Bin Jurist. 



Freudig geselle ich mich zu der 
zahllosen Reihe der Dankbaren, 
welche zu der Toussaint-Langen- 
scheidtschen Methode und Lexikographie mit Be- 
wunderung und Liebe zuriickblicken und sich stolz 
riihmen — besonders jetzt, wo die Konkurrenz- 
methoden auf den Buchermarktgeworfen werden — , 
einst auch Schuler Prof. G. Langensclieidts ge- 
wesen zu sein. Dr. J. Z. voni Landgcr. zu P.... 



Bill Lehrer. 



Ich liabe ihre Unterrichtsbriefe auf 
meinem einsamen Dorfe in aller 
Stille studiert. Ohne auch nur 
eine engUsche Unterrichtsstunde genommen, ja 
ohne auch nur einmal aus einem andern Munde 
engUsche Worte gehort zu haben, unterwarf icli 
mich der MittelschuUehrer-Prufung in beiden 
Sprachen. Etwas angstUch, hinsichtHch meiner 
engUschen Aussprache, betrat ich den Priifungs- 
saal. Doch mich fest an die gelernte Aussprache 
haltend, las ich etwa eine halbe Seite des mir 
vorgelegten Stiickes. Wie erfreut war ich, als 
der Examinierende, Herr Professor F. ..., meine 
Aussprache fiir „gut" erklarte. B., Lchrcr, G.b.C. 

Hcrr Technikcr R. W. in Niirn- 
bcrg: Nach ISwochigem Slu- 
dium der franzosischen Briefe 
— ohne vorherigen Unterricht — habe soeben die 
Berechtigung zum Einjahrig-FreiwilHgen Dienst 
erhahen. Meine mi'mdiichen Leistungen in der 
Aussprache etc. setzten alle in Erstaunen. 

Osw. P...., S. b. v.: Es ist 
mir vermoge Ihrer leicht- 
fafiUchcn Methode ermog- 
licht worden, schon jetzt, wo ich erst den 22. eng- 
Hschen Unterrichtsbrief in Arbeit habe, fachUche 
Artikel, die mein Gewerbe (Miillerei) betreffen, aus 
engl. und amerik. Fachzeitschriften zu iibersetzen. 
Die in Buffalo erscheinende Fachzcitung„TheR.M." 
bezeichnete eineUbersetzung mit dem Worte „admi- 
rably", ein Beweis, dafJ Ihre Methode Fruchle tragt 



Bill Techniker. 



Ein Handwerlier. 



— 7 



Deutsch fiir Deutsche. 

Deutsche Sprachbriefc von Prof. Dr. Daniel 
Sanders. Mit Beriicksichtigung der neuesten 
Rechtschreibung vollstandig neu bearbeitet 
von Dr. J. Dumcke. 

Ein Kursus von 20 Briefen nebst Geschichte 
der deutschen Sprache und LiteraUir bis zur Ge- 
genwart, Schema der vollstiindigen Konjugation, 
Worterbuch der Zeitworter und Register. Ca. 700 S. 
Gr.-80. Komplett in Mappe 20 M. 

Die Einteilung und Darstellung des Stoffes ent- 
spricht unsern f remdsprachlichen Unterrichtsbriefen 
nach dem System Toussaint-Langenscheidt. 

Einzelne Briefe warden, ausgenommen Brief 1 
zur Probe a 1 M., nicht abgegeben. 



Ausgezeiclinet. 



Ein ganz ausgezeichnetes 
Werk, das wir namentlich 
Seminaristen und Lehrern 
angelegentlichst empfehlen. 

Deutsche SchulzeUang, Beriin. 



Fiir alle. 



Empfehlen sich audi Auslandern, 
die sich im Gebrauch des Deutschen 
zu vervollkommnen und zu befesti- 



gen wunschen. Berliner Tageblatt. 



Ersatz des 
Unterrichts. 



Fiir Tausende und Tausende 
ein wertvoller Ersatz des Unter- 
richts. £)^/. jji^^a. Bern. 



Uniibertrefflicli. 



Die Sprachbriefc verdienen 
Empfehlung und Verbrei- 
tung wie kein zweites deut- 
sches Sprachvverk. 

Westfdlische Zeitung, Dortmund. 
2* 



System Oliver. 

Brieflicher Sprach- undSprechunterricht nach origi- 
neller Methode mit humoristischem Ubungsstoff. 

Englisch fiir Deutsche bearbeitet von George 
S. Oliver. 36 Lektionen in 20 Briefen nur 
komplett in eleg. Leinwandmappe 20 M. Gr.-8^. 
Brief 1 u. 2 werden zur Probe a 1 M. abgegeben. 

Franz6sisdi fur Deutsche i" Vorbereitung. 

Gigenfumlichkeiten des humoristifdien Systems. 

1. Biiitcilung. Kurze Kapitel — grofite Alannig- 

falligkeit des Stoffes. AUes ist vermieden, was 
irgendwie zur Ermiidung des Schiilers wahrend 
des Stadiums fuhren ls:6nnte. 

2. Stoff. Hier ist der Humor Lehrmeister, und in 

abwechslungsreicher Fiille wird dem Schiiler 
der sonst so sprode Stoff pikant und inter- 
essant gemacht, ohne jedoch etwas von seinem 
wissenscliaftlichen Charakter einzubiifien. 

3. Aussprache. Es hat in diesen Unterrichts- 

briefen die nach wissenschafdichen Prinzipien 
bearbeitete Lautschrift von Professor Dr. A. 
Schroer Verwendung gefunden. 

4. Darstellun^. Allgemein verstandlich. 

5. Sprecheii, Lesen und Schreiben wird von der 
~ ersten Lektion an gleichzeitig geubt. 

6. Fchle rverbesserung . Die spateren Lektionen 

bringcn immer die Losungen der vorher- 
gehenden; hierdurch wird der Schuler ange- 
haUen, seine Feliler selbst zu verbessern. 

7. Vcrvoll kommnting in der Muttersprache. 

8. Bin grolier Vorzug: der Briefe ist der, dafi 

ihnen das cnglisch-deutscbe und deutsch-eng- 
hsche Worterbuch von „Grieb -Schroer" zur 
Seite steht, in dem die Aussprache jedes 
Wortes in der nach dem System Ohver er- 
lernten Weise angegebeu ist. 



Interessante und 
gruiidliclie Art. 



— 9 — 

AUgemeine Urteile 

uber die humoristische Methode. ' 

Es ist ein besonders 
glucklicher Gedanke, 
den sproden Stoff, der bei 
Erlernung einer fremden 
Sprache bewaltigt werden mufi, in humoristischer 
Form dem Lernenden zu bieten. Tn den ersten 
Briefen steht unmittelbar unter dem sehr be- 
lustigenden englischen Text die wortliche deutsche 
Ubersetzung, in den spiiteren Lektionen steht die 
Ubersetzung nur unter weniger bekanntenWortern. 
Die interessante Art, das Studium zu for- 
dern und dauernd anzuregen, wird dem Werk 
weiteste Verbreitung schaffen. 

Deutsche Postzcitung. 



Fast spielende 
Weise. 



Man soUte nicht ver- 

saumen, auf solche fast 
spielende Weise f remde 
Sprachen zu treiben, die 
gleich in die Konversation einfiihrt, ohne dal3 
durch grammatikalische Schwierigkeit die Lust am 
Lernen benommen wird. Jeder energische Ver- 
such wird es bestatigen. Neue Drogistenzeltung. 



Eine glflckliche 
Idee. 



Zum Selbststudium des 
Englischen ist dies ohne 
Zweifel die empfehlens- 
werteste Methode. Alles 
ist aufsPraktischste angelegt undmitbewunderungs- 
wertem Geschick darauf eingerichtet, den Lernenden 
zu fesseln und ihn moglichst bald kleine Erfolge 
sehen zu lassen. Eine aufierordentlich gliick- 
liche Idee ist vor allem die Verwendung des 
Humors als Sprachlehrer. Gerade beim Selbst- 
unterricht, wo die Gefahr vorzeitigen Erlahmens 
nahe liegt, ist die Anregung durch diese kleinen 
humoristischen Notizen, Anekdoten und Witze von 
grofiem Werte. Der Bund, Bern. 



- 10 — 

Moderne Worterbiicher. 

Grofiere Ausgaben. 
Sachs -Villatte. Enzykl. WSrterbuch der franzos. 
und deutschen Sprache mit Angabe der Aus- 
sprache n. d. Methode Toussaint-Langenscheidt. 

A. Grofie Ausgabe. 
Teil I (Franzosisch-deutsch) nebst Supplement, 

XXIV, XVI, 1959 S. geb. 42 M. 
Teil 11 (Deutsch-franzosisch) XXXII, 2132 S. 
geb. 42 M. 

B. Hand- und Schulausgabe. 
Teil 1 (Franzosisch-deutsch) XXXIV, XVI, XX, 

856 S. geb. 8 M. 
Teil II (Deutsch-franzosisch) VIII, 14, 1160 S. 
geb. 8M. BeideTeile in einen Band geb. 1 5 M. 
Muret- Sanders. p:nzykl. Worterbuch der eng- 
lischen und deutschen Sprache mit Angabe 
der Aussprache nach dem phonetischen System 
der Methode Toussaint-Langenscheidt. 

A. Grofie Ausgabe. 
Teil I (Englisch-deutsch) XXXII, 2460 S. in zwei 
Bande gebunden (A— K und L— Z) a 21 M. 
Teil II (Deutsch-englisch) XXIV, 10, 2368 S. in 
zwei Bande gebunden( A— j undK— Z) a2l M. 
B. Hand- und Schulausgabe. 
Teil I (Englisch-deutsch) XXXII, 846 S. geb. 8 M. 
Teil II (Deutsch-englisch) XXIV, 8, 889 S. geb. 
8 M. Beide Telle in einen Band geb. 15 M. 
Gricb-Schroer. Worterbuch der englischen und 
deutschen Sprache mit eigener wissenschaft- 
licher Aussprache-Bezeichnung. II.Auflage. 
Band I (EngHsch-deutsch) 1392 S. 
Band II (Deutsch-englisch) 1216 S. 
Jeder Band in Halbfranz geb. 8.50 M. 

Diesc WOrterbQcher sind uiitcr alien ahnlichen 
Werken die neuesten, reichhalligsten und vollstandigsien. 
Sie sind die ein/.igen, welclie bei jedcm Wort ansjeben: 
]. Aussprache, 2. GroB- und KleinschieibunK. 3. Konjug:ation 
uud Dcklination,4. .Stellung der Adjektive, 5. Etyaiologie etc. 



— 11 — 

Hand- und Schulworterbucher 

fiir alte Sprachen, 

mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der 
litymologie. 

Meiige. Griechisch-deulsch, XII, 636 S. Lexikon- 

format, el eg. geb. 8 M. 
Menge. Lateinisch-deutsch, XVI, 813 S. Lexikon- 

format, eleg. geb. 8 M. 

Vor/.ug;e: 1. Ang:abe der Etymplogie, 2. Neue Rerht- 
schreibuiig;, B. Gute typographische Ausstattung:, 4. Uber- 
sichtliche Anordnung der ISno^eren Artikel, insbesondere 
sorgfaltige Unterscheidung der Bedeutung, 5. Angabe der 
abAveichenden Nominal- und Verbalformen, 6. Ersatz fur 
alia Spezialworterbucher, 7. Nur cin Alphabet, 8. Bemer- 
kungen iiber das Vorkommen der Worter. 

Ausfiihrliche Prospekte undProbe- 
seiten fiir alle obigen Werke senden 
wir jedem Inleressenten gratis und 
franko. 

Urteil. 

Herr Prof. Dr. L. Freytag schreibt in Herrigs 
Archiv (Braunschweig) iiber Menge, Griechisch- 
deutsches Worterbuch: 

Das Werk soil ein vSchulworterbuch sein, ist 
aber nicht blofi fiir Schtiler bestimrat und wird 
schon wegen seiner bedeutsaraen Betonung der 
Etymologic namentlich den sprachvergleichenden 
Neuphilologen und der akademisch gebildeten 
Lehrerwelt im allgemeinen vorziigliche Dienste 
leisten. Die Anlage des Werkes ist derjenigen 
des „Sachs-Villatte" und des „Muret-Sanders" ent- 
sprechend, die sich durchaus bewiihrt hat; deshalb 
ist die Ubersicht eine so einfache und klare. Ich 
habe diesen Vorzug durch den Vergleich durch 
Stichproben mit meinem alten dreibandigen dicken 
Passow besonders festgestellt. Die Gymnasiasten 
v/erden das Werk auch deshalb bevorzugen, weil 
die wirklich oft recht schwierigen unregelmiiljigen 
Formen mit besonderem Hinweise angegeben sind. 
Jedenfalls ist die Arbeit eine vorzugliche. 



12 



Langenscheidts 

Taschenworterbiicher 

sind der beste Ersatz fur groBe Worterbucher. 
Unentbehrlich und bequem fiir Reise, Lekture, 
Konversation und den Schulgebrauch. Die nio- 
dernen Sprachen samtlich mit Angabe der Aus- 
sprache nach dem phonetischen System der Methode 
Toussaint- Langenscheidt. 

Langenscheidts Taschenworterbiicher enthalten 
auf je ca. 1000 Seiten einen Schatz von etwa 

50000 Stichwortern. 

Trotz dieser groCen ReichhaUigkeit sind die 
Bucher mit Rucksicht auf ihre praktisclie Ver- 
wendbarkeit musterhaft klar und iibersichthch an- 
gelegt und bilden in dieser Beziehung das Beste, 
was zu denken ist. Die Aussprachebezeichnung 
jedes einzelnen Wortes nach dem phonetischen 
System der Methode Toussaint-Langenscheidt ist 
ein Vorzug, dessen sich kein anderes ahnhches 
Werk ruhmen kann. Durch die genaue Aus- 
spracheangabe wird es jedem ermoghcht, die ein- 
zelnen fremden Worter genau so, wie sie der ge- 
bildete Auslander spricht, anszusprechen. Der 
beste Beweis fur die VorziigHchkeit dieser Werk- 
chen ist wohl der in buchhilndlerischer Beziehung 
einzig dastehende Erfolg derselben, denn von der 
engUschen und der franzosischen Ausgabe allein 
sind bisher iiber 

500000 Bande 
abgesetzt. 

Preiser Jeder Teil in handhchem Taschen- 
format kostet einzeln gebunden 2 AI , ausgenommcn 
Neugriechisch und Russisch a 3.50 M. Teil I u. II 
der iibrigen Sprachen in einen Band geb. 3.50 M. 

Ausfuhrhche Prospekte mit Probeseiten senden 
WJr auf Wunsch umsonst und portofrei. 



— 13 ~ 
Danisch - Norwegisch von F. A. Mohr. 

Teil 1 (Dai)iscl>-Xor\vegisch-deutsch) XVI, G16 Seiten. 
Teil II (Deutsch-daiiisch) VIII 474 uud 40 Seiten. 

Deutscli von Prof. Dr. Korting. 

(h-tymologisches Lehn- und FremdwOrterbuch). 300 Seiten. 

Englisch von Prof. Dr. E. Muret. 

Teil I (Englisch-deutsch) XVI, 496 Seiten. 

Teil II (Deutsch-englisch) XL, 452 und 40 Seiten. 

Franzosisch von Prof. Dr. Cesaire Villatte. 

Teil I (FranzOsisch-deutsch) XX, 1G und 440 Seiten. 
Teil II (Deutsch-franzOsisch) XII, 472 und 40 Seiten. 

Italienisch von Prof. G. Sacerdote. 

Teil I (Italienisch -deutsch) XXXVI, 470 Seiten. 
Teil II (Deutsch- italienisch) XII, 4S0 und 40 Seiten. 

Neugriechisch von Prof. Mitsotakis. 

i eil I (Neugiiechisch-deutsch) XVI, 996 Seiten. Doppelband. 
Teil II (Deutsch -neugriechisch). Unter der Presse. 

Portugiesisch von L. Ey. 

Teil I fPortugiesisch- deutsch). Unter der Presse. 
Teil n (Deutsch -portugiesisch) XVI, 456 Seiten. 

Russisch von K. Blattner. 

Teil I (Rus=isch - deutsch) XLVIII, 972 Seiten. Doppelband. 
Teil II (Deutsch- russisch). Unt*r der Presse. 

Schwedisch von Prof. C. G. Moren. 

1 cil I (Schwedisch -deutsch). Unter der Presse. 
Teil II (Deutsch-schwedisch) X, 434 und 40 Seiten. 

Spanisch von Don Antonio Paz y M6lia. 

" Teil 1 (Spanisch -deutsch) XVI, 526 Seiten. 
Teil II (Deutsch -spanisch) XII, 4S6 Seiten. 

Altgriechisch von Prof. Dr. Herm. Menge und 
Prof. Dr. O. Guthling. 

Teil I (Altgriechisch- deutsch) VIII, 540 Seiten. 
Teil II (Deutsch -altgi-iechisch) VIII, 548 Seiten. 

Hebraisch von Prof. Dr. C. Fe^^erabend. 

(Hfbraisch- deutsch) VIII, 308 Seiten. 

Lateinisch von Prof. Dr. Herm. Menge. 

Teil I (Lateinisch -deutsch) VIII, 390 Seiten. 
Teil n (Deutsch -lateinisch) IV, 548 Seitea. 



u 



Langenscheidts Sprachfiihrero 
Der kle ine Toussaint - Langenschcidt. Zur 

schnellsten Aneignung der UnigaiigssyDraclie 
durch Selbstuntcrricht. Reise - Sprachliihrcr, 
Konversationsbuch, Granimatik und Worter- 
biich. (Gesprache, audi zur Anwendung fiir 
Sprechmaschinen.) 

Enj^lisch von Dr. Ileinr. Baumann. LXXX, 
484 S. Taschenformat. Eleg. geb. 3 M. 

Italienisch von A. Sacerdotc. XVI, 560 Seiten. 
Taschenformat. Klcg. geb. 3 M. 

Weitcre Sprachen befinden sich in Vorberei- 
tung. 

Die hier dargebotenen Werkchen dienen in 
erster Linie zum P2rlerncn der Umgangssprache 
und zur Aneignung von Reise-, Hotel- und Tisch- 
gesprachen.* Eine kurzgefafite, aber vollstandige 
Grammatik vermittelt dem Lernenden die notigsten 
grammatikalischen Kenntnisse, und ein fremdsprach- 
lich - deutsches und deutsch - frenidsjirachliches 
Worterbuch entliiilt alle die Worter, die auf Reisen 
und bei leichterer Konversation gebraucht werden. 
Die Aussprache der Worter ist mit ganz be- 
sonderer Sorgfalt nach dem Toussaint - Langen- 
scheidtschen S3'stem behandelt worden. 

Das Ganze ist so zusammengestellt und inein- 
andergefiigt, daO es nicht nur dem Anfanger als 
Sprachfiihrer dienen, sondern aucli dem, der die 
Welt aus eigener Anschauung kennen lernen will, 
als niitzlicher Wegweiser und Reisebegleiter auf 
Schritt und Tritt Hilfe gewiihren kann. 



* Die ReisegfesprSche sind aurh auf Grammophonplatten 
pebracht worden, und in dieser \'ciwcnduny zeig;t sich das 
Cirammoplion a's cin wichtiges Ilillsniittcl lilr den Sprarli- 
sclbstunterricht. — Ausfiili: lichen Spezialprospekt sendcn wit 
jedcm Interessentcn umsonst und portofici. 



— 15 — 

Latigenscheidts Sachworterbucher 

gelten als beste Ratgeber imfremdeii Lande. 

Amerika: Land und Leuto in Amerika. Von 

Cieheinirat C. Naiibert iind IL Kuerschner. 
Vermehrt durch einen Anhang: engl.-deutsch. 
Erganziingsworterbiich von Felix Baumann. 
XIV, 511 u. VIII, 64 S. Taschenformat. Geb.3 M. 

England: Land und Leute in Engrland. Von 

Geheimrat C. Naubert. Vollig neu bearbeitet 
von Dr. Eugen Oswald. XXII, 616 Seiten 
Taschenformat. Geb. 3 M. 
Frankreich: Land nnd Lento in Frankreich. 

Von Prof. Dr. C. Villatte. Vollig neu be- 
arbeitet von Prof. Dr. R. Scherffig. XX, 
440 S. und 94 S. Taschenformat. Geb. 3 M. 

ifalien: Laud und Leule in Italien. Von A. 

Sacerdote. XVI, 454 u. 46 S. Taschenformat. 
Geb. 3 M. 

Spanien: Laud und Leute iii Spanien. Von 

Franzisco Fronner. Ca. 600 S. Taschenfor- 
mat. Geb. 3 M. 
Flir Rufiland in Vorbereitung. 

Der Zweck dieser Sachworterbucher ist, den 
ins Ausland reisenden Deutschen uber Sitten, 
Gebrauche und Eigenarten des betreffendenLandes 
und Volkes so zu orientieren, dafi er sich im 
fremden Lande ohne standige Fragerei vom ersten 
Tage an frank und frei wie zu Hause bewegen 
kann. Die Sachworterbucher beleuchten in knapper 
allgemein verstandlicher Weise alles, was dem 
Reisenden irgendwie wissenswert erscheinen_ 
kann, und machen ihn mit offentlichen und pri-' 
vaten Einrichtungen, Behorden, Handel usw. ver- 
traut; insbesondere warnen sie vor solchen Aus- 
spruchen und Handlungen, durch die sich der 
Deutsche in den Augen des fremden Volkes lacher- 
lich machen wurde. Die Anschaffung unserer 
Sachworterbucher ist schon aus diesem Grunde 
wichtig und notwendig. 



— 16 — 

Langenscheidts Konversationsbiicher, 

Fiir Angehorige beider Nationen gleich geeignet. 

Diese sind fiir Vorgeschrittene und solche, die 
gute Kenntnisse der fremden Sprache haben, be- 
stimmt. Langenscheidts Konversationsbiicher sind, 
mit Ausnahme des russischen Werkes, ohne Aus- 
spracheangabe, audi ist die Grammatik nur kurz 
behandelt, dafiir geben sie aber eine Fulle von 
Gesprachen und Redewendungen, die fiir alle nur 
denkbaren Lebcnslagen erscliopfende Auskunftund 
Belehrung bieten. 

Preis jedes Bandes in Leinen geb. 3 M. 

Franzosisch. Handbuch der franzosischen und 
deutsclien Unigangssprache. Von Ed. C o u r s i e r 
Kl.-8'\ Vlir, 624 S. 

Englisch. Handbuch der englischen u. deutschen 
Unigangssprache. Von Robert Flax man. 
Kl.-8'l XXII, 584 S. 

Itallenisch. Mandbuch der italienischen und deut- 
schen LTnigangsspraclie. VonA.Fiori. KI.-8'\ 
VIII, 484 S. 
(Fur Italien bei Ulrico Hoepli in Mailand.) 

Russisc h. Handbuch der russischen u. deutschen 
Unigangssprache nebst einer kurzgefaCten 
Grammatik u.Lautlehre von E.v. Oparowsky. 
Kl.-8'l VI, 408 .S. 

Spanisch. Handbuch der deutschen u.spanischen 
Unigangssprache nebst einer kurzgefai3ten 
Grammatik von M. Rams horn und Manuel, 
del Pino. K1.-8". 704 S. 

Franzosisch- Russisch. Manuel de la Conver- 
sation franvaise et russe. Vademecum aux 
voyage'irs par Paul Fuchs et Ed. Coursier. 
KI.-80, VIII. 516 S. 



— 17 — 
Langenscheidts Briefsteller, 

fur Angehorige beider Nationen gleich geeignet. 

Dicse Briefsteller werden alien denen sehr 

gute Dienste leisten, die in einer der betreffenden 

Sprachen korrespondieren; auch setzen sie den An- 

fanger instand, einen korrekten Brief zu schreiben. 

Eine grofie Anzahl Formularvordrucke fur den 

Privat- und Geschaftsverkehr erhohen die prak- 

tische Brauchbarkeit dieser Werke ganz besonders. 

Franzosisch. Muster zu Briefen jeder Art. 

Gegenubergedruckte Ubersetzung. Von Ed. 

Froment und L. Muller. KI.-80. 178, 204 S. 

I. Teil: Familienbriefsteller. Neu bearbeitet 
von Paul Le Nestour. 

11. Teil: Handelsbriefsteller. Neu bearbeitet 
von Jos. Aym6ric. 

Englisch. Muster. zu Briefen jeder Art. Gegen- 
ubergedruckte Ubersetzung. Von J. S.S. Roth- 
well. KI.-80. VIII, 192 und 192 S. 

I. Teil: Familienbriefsteller. Neu bearbeitet 

von Phil. Wagner. 
U. Teil: Handelsbriefsteller. Neu bearbeitet 
von John Montgomery. 

Spanisch. Muster zu Briefen jeder Art. Gegen- 
uberstehende Ubersetzung. Von M. Ram shorn. 
KI.-80. 190 und 208 S. 
I. Teil: Familienbriefsteller. 

II. Teil; Handelsbriefsteller. 
Italienisch. Muster zu Briefen jeder Art. Gegen- 

iiberstehende Ubersetzung. V^on E. Boni- 
faccio. KI.-80. XII, 356 S. 

I. Teil: Familienbriefsteller. 

II. Teil: Handelsbriefsteller. 

Russisch. Muster zu Briefen jeder Art. Gegen- 
iiberstehende Ubersetzung. Von Paul Fuchs. 
KI.-80. 340 S. 
I. Teil: Familienbriefsteller. 
II. Teil: Handelsbriefsteller. 
Preis jedes Bandes (2 Telle umfassend) geb. 3 M. 



— 18 — 

Kleine Worterbiicher. 

Fur Angehorige beider Nation en gleich geeignet. 

J. S. S. Rothwell. Englisch - deutsches und 

Deutsch-englisches Taschenworterbuch. Mit 

phonctischer Aussprachebezeichnung. 16^. XI. 

383 S. Geb. 3 M. ^ 

Ed. Coursier. Franzosisch-deutsches undDeutsch- 

franzosisches Taschenworterbuch. Nach dem 

Diktioniird.Akademie. 16'^. XII, 404 S. Geb.3M. 

AnnibalcFiori. haUenisch-deutsches und Deutsch- 

itaUenisches Taschenworterbuch. 16^. VIII 408 

und VI, 334 S. Geb. 3 M. 

(Fiir Itahen bei Ulrico Hoepli, Mailand) 
J. S. S. Rothwell und Ed. Coursie r. A new 
and practical Dictionary of the English and 
French Languages with the pronunciation and 
accentuation of every word in both languages 
phonetically indicated. \G\ 388 S. Geb. 3 M. 
Paul Fuchs. Taschenworterbuch der deutschen, 
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geb. 5.60 M. 

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Baumann. Zweite stark vermehrte Auflage. 
CXX, 285 S. 8". 5 M., geb. 5.60 M. 



— 19 — 

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Dr. A. Vog^cl. Deutsches Nachschlagebuch, 
AusFiihrliches grammatisch - orthographisches 
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Seit Einfilhrung der neusten Oithographie warden von 
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Dr. Hubert Jaiisen. Rechtschreibung der 
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schen Ingenieure, bearbeitet von Dr. Hubert 
Janscn. Gr.-80. XXXII, 122 S. Geh. 1.25 M., 
geb. 1 .75 M. 

Grammatiken. 
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Schulen. Von Prof. Toussaint und Prof. 
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Lehrbuch der englischen Sprache fur Schulen. 
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XX S. 80 Pfg. 3. Stufe IV, 67 S. 50 Pfg. 

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(Elemente) IV, 142 S. geb. 2.50 M. 

Ne ue vollstandige, theoretisch - praktische 
' Grammati k derspanischen Sprach e. Von 
J S. S. Rothwell und N. Montana. 8". XVI, 
406 S. Geb. 4.50 M. 



— 20 — 

Phraseologien 

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Phraseologie der franzosischen Sprache. 

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Systematical Vocabulary von Dr. H. Lowe. 

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setzung samtlicher Phrasen. Von Dr. A. 
Peschier. (Zur Zeit vergriffen.) 

English Vocabulary. By Prof. Dr. Charles van 
Dal en, 360 S. Taschenformat. Geb. 1.50 M. 

Petit Vocabulaire fran9ais. Par G. van Muyden, 
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U: 87 S. geb. 75 Pfg.; Ill: geb. 1.50 M. 



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Literaturgeschichten. 
Geschichte der deutschen Literatur. Von 

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wart fortgefiihrt von Dr. Julius Dumcke. 
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AbriB der Geschichte der antiken Literatur. 
Mit besonderer Berucksichtigung der Langen- 
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und romischen Klassiker in neueren deutschen 
Musteriibersetzungen. Von Dr. Erwin Rex. 
121 S. K1.-80. Brosch. 40 Pf., geb. 65 Pfg. 

Coup d'oeil sur le d6veloppement de la langue 
et de la litt^rature francaises. 16 S. Gr.-8*^. 
75 Pfg. 

Grundrifi der Geschichte der en^lischen 
Sprache und Literatur. Von Prof. Dr. C. 
van Dal en. 32 S. Gr.-8". 75 Pfg. 

Leitfaden der Geschichte der englischea 
Literatur. Von A. Brooke, M. A.; Deutsch 
von Dr. A. Matthias. 108 S. Gr.-8'\ Geh. 
1.50 M., geb. 2 M. 

Spezialwerke fur Kaufleute. 

Englisch fur Kaufleute. Von Professor Dr. C. 
vanDalen. 106S. Gr.-8'>. Geh. 2 M., geb. 2.50 M. 

Franzosisch fur Kaufleute. Von Toussaint- 
und Langenscheidt. 90S. Gr.-8'\ Geh. 2 M., 
geb. 2.50 M. 

Neue franzosische Handels-Korrespondenz 
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Verkehr von Otto Haupt. Kl.-8'^. XVI, 283 S. 
In Leinen geb. 3 M. 




Langenscheidtsche Bibliothek 

samtlicher griechischen und romischen 

Klassiker. 

Von den Professoren Dr. Dr. 

Biihr, Bender, Donner, 
Geiiach, Kiihncr, 
Minckwitz, Morike, 
P r a n 1 1 , S o m m e r b r o d t 
und zirka vierzig anderen 
Meistern deutscher Uber- 
setzungskunst. Dieseneue- 
ste und beste aller ahn- 
lichen Ubersetzungs- 
bibliotheken bietet nicht 
nur die gesamte schone 
Literatur des klassischen 
Altertums in _ meisterhaft 
Anstopiianei:. vollcndeter Ubertragung, 

sondern gibt auch jedem, der in der Jugend keine 
Gelegcnheit hatte, sich die unermeClichen Geistes- 
schatze Hellas und Roms anzueignen, das Mittel in 
die Hand, dieses nachzuholen, um seiner Bildung 
und seineni Wissen jene wahre Tiefe und Voll- 
kommenheit zu geben, die in der heutigen Zeit 
jeder wirklich Gebildete haben mud 

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— 23 — 

Ergaiizungsschriften 
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Rex, AbriK der Geschichte der antiken 
Literatur. Alii besonci. Beriicksichtiguiig der 
Langenscheidtschen Bibliothek samtl. grieclii- 
schen u. romischen Klassiker. Von Dr. E. Rex. 
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Dies kleiue Werk ist ein kaum entbehrliches Hilti- 
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XXII, 616 S. Geb. 3 M. 

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arbeitetvon Prof. Dr. R. Scherf f ig.) 14.-16. 
Tausend, XX, 440 und 94 S. Geb. 3 M. 

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und Leute insoweit kennen, als dies not- 
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und Gepflogenheilen zu vermeiden und um in 
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■- '•••"< Urteile i f 1161 

iiber Laii^enscheidts Sachworterbiicher. 

Herr Prof. Dr. Tobler, ord. Prof. fQr neuei 
Philologie an dcr LJniversitat Berlin, Mitglie 
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ein alier Anerkennuug werter Dienst erwiesen. Mit VergnOg* 
liahc icli in dem PVankreich betreffenden Teile geblattert^ d 
Folic KUter Auskunft mich gefreut und fOr kOnfiige Reisea n 
raanches gemerkl, das nicht frOher gewufit zu haben ich j^l 
bedaure." 

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das Buch „Land und Leute in J>ankreich" in seiner neuen E 
arbeitung durch|esehen und mehrere der intcressantesten Artik 
geprilft und mu6 .sagen, daC cs eine in jeder Hinsicht tOchti; 
hOchst gewissenhafte und durchaus zuverlassi; 
Arbeit ist, die Neuphilologen sowohl als an- 
Lai en nicht nur als FOlirer nach Frankreic 
sondern audi als bequeiiies Nachsch lag e buch 
Ilause aufs beste empfohlen werden kaun." 

Londoner Zeituug: „Die Hcrausgebcr hfltteu ( 
Sammlung vicl richtiger Auskunftsbucher iiber Land und Sitt 
Gebrfiuchc und Sprache neiinen kOnncn, denn ein s->lches si 
sie im vollsten Sinne des Wortes. Von A bis Z bringen sie 
alphabetischer Reihenfolge in gediflngtir Kurze informatioi 
Qber alle nur erdenklichen GegenstSnde, und dabei ist 
jeder einzelne Artikcl mit einer Griindlichkeit und Sac 
kenntnis geschrieben, die walirliaft erstaunlich ist. J 
wer langere Zeit in dem bezeichnetcn Landc gewesen ist u 
Volk, .Sitten und Sprache des Landes kcnnt, wird den W 
eincb solchen Werkcs in seinem voUen Umfange zu wQrdij 
wissen; denn in fast jeder Zeile wird rr dort kuiz geschiW 
fiuden, was auch er brobachtet hat, neben gar itianchem, \ 
ihm norh gaiiz neu ist." 



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Miinchen: „Die Verlagshandlung, welche schou soviel ROhmlicl 
fttr die Verbreitung und Erweiterung der Kenntnis der neue.- 
Sprachen geleistc-t, hat sich durch Herausgabi: auch dieser We. 
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Deutsqhen zu Dank verpflichtet." 

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von sachverstandiger Seite mit grofier Gcschicklichkeit zusanin 
grsicllte Huili ist ein wahrer .Schatz filr den deutschcn Amer 
reiscndcMi." 

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(Prof. G. Langenscheidt) 

Berlin -Schoneberg. Bahnstr. 29/30. 




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