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ist fUr die franz<'isischen VVOrter das Dictiounaire de TAcademie
und fOr die deuisi lie die neue Schulorthographie zu-
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Is t. Druck uud Pai)ier, Qberliaupt die gauze innere und fluGere
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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 long
I a in father
'-
y short '

-: a volatilized
-..-
t long and narrow
^ short and open ^^ a in had
volatilized = e in happen
_^, ^. I long = ee in bee
i short = in sini

-,1 long and narrow


-T- ("i short and open = o in god
"t:
o volatilized, a very short open o

^,-c U long = in move


li short = u in full
(Shva mohile) shortest e

B. CONSONANTS
i
denoting consonant Alef -- the
Greek soft breathing or h in
French honinie
n h

:i J? aspirated
1 <i

1 b

:^ g in get

1 d

n h

1 V nearly - English ic
Transcript ion.

Hebrew
characters
24 1
z in zea]
25 1 1
rt) --= ch in .Scottish loch
26 t very hard or emphatic
27 y in yci
28
1 :^ = ch in German ich
29 3 k = k in kind
30 s 1

31 DO m
32 3 n
1
33 D = s in sin
34
IS f

35 9 P
36 a guttural pecuhar to the Semitic
Languages
37 B = s in sin^ very hard or em])liatic
(also pronounced as ts)
38 k hard or empliatic
p
39 1 r mostly guttural
4(1 B = s in sin
41 L^ s = sh in wish
42
'

n = th in thing
43 1

n 1
t
1
List of Abbreviations.

(lbs. -= absolute. Ni. =- Niphal.


iirlj. - ailjertivc. Nithp. Nithpael. =
adv. -- advorlt. num. numeral, numlu-r
'

^-

(trt. -- iirticlc. opp. opposed.


c. ^ construct. /). -= pause.
(hald. -= Chaldec (Arauuean). pair, r- patronymic.
cohort. -- cohortativo. perf.. pf. perfect.
coll. =- collective. Pors. -= Persian.
conj. =- conjunction. pers. - person, pfisonal.
=
fief. definite. Pi. = Piel.
dem. = demonstrative. Pil. ^ Pi lei.
denom. =
denominative. Pilf. = Pilpel.
dimin. = diminutive. pi. = plural.
du. == dual. Po. = PoeK Poal.
e. s:. =
exempli gratin. for prep. --= preposition.
example. pr.n. = proper name.
/ ^- feminine. pron. = pronoun.
fid. = future. prop. = properly.
gent. = gentilic. pt. = participle.
Hi. = Hiphil. pt. p. = passive participle
Hilh. = Hithpael. Pu. - Pual.
Hithpalp. ^ Hithpalpel. Pid. -=- Pulal.
Jiithpo. = Hithp(lel. Q. .-= Qal (Kal).
Ho. = Hophal. quadril. = (juadriliteral.
Hoth. = Hothpael. reff: = reflexive.
i. e. == id est, that is. rfh ^- relative.
imp. = imperative. s. = suffix.
inf. = infinitive. .(/., 5m(/. --- singular.
interj. -- interjection. .s/:. abs. = status (tb.^olufus.
iiiterr. interrogative. subst. =-- substantive.
inir. intransitive. 7'i>/i. = Tiphel.
?.//. in pause. tr. =- transitive.
loc. ^'-- lt)c;il. *<;. (fr<. = with article.
m - uiasriiliiif. jc. /or. M - with local ."1.

n. - UnUIl. w.s. with suffix.


Note:
Notes (CHlh
F43
K
J^ the first letter of the al- IJN (obe'd) m destruction,
phabet, called ?]^X (a'lgf) ruin.

[= r]7J< ox, cattle]; as a tj?^ (^b?d5') / anything


numeral = 1 or 1000. lost, loss.
UK (5b) m, c. 'n^f, iv.s. \nX, n"in*S and I'^/T?^ (abaddo')
pi. nlnx (5bp'o-j, c. rin^*, m destruction, place of per-
father, begetter, parent, dition, abyss, nether world.
ancestor, forefather; crea-
n?15 (*bdrn) and l^ns
tor, lord, master; counsel- (ab^da'n) m, c.
^J^^, de-
lor, adviser; benefactor, struction.
teacher. ni^^ (abr), fut. n^N"" to be
^^ (et) [root 2,3.^!] w, w.s. willing, to desire, consent,
iSX, pi. c. "'3N, young obey.
shoot, sprout; greenness, '
',?^ (eb') 7n reed, cane;
verdure, fresh grass. N rii]'^X swift sailing ships,
K,C?5^ (ab%0-i') pr.n.m. made of reed.
[Persian]. iS^injj = nx [from nnx].
TniS (aba'd) fut. I2i^\ I2i<\ ''"^?^ (^bp'y) [neediness,
to wander about, to be poverty] = ""iN woe to.
intetj.
lost, perish, cease; pt. 12i<
Dins DUN,
being lost. Pi 13N
(cbu'fi)

D^pni^, place
m, c.

of feeding,
^/.

(ibbe'd) to lead astray, scat-


ter, destroy, annihilate. crib,

t^lnS
manger.
see tJ^n.
Bi. "I^^^'H (hgebi'd), fut.
1. sg. Tiix, nT3 the nrax (ibeir) /, c. nn?x,
same as Pi. threat; airi nn;ix' the
Hebrew-English. 1
^tJ^nx
Ti^
kneel , beud your hejuls, mp.^X basin, bowl, round
prostrate yourself. vessel.

''g;2S see ':^'2i^. ^i^ ("^^ii'f) m, only jd.


Q'',?^^^., tt;.5. V^^^S. army,
it: I t 1 -:
troops.

1^? (5?ri'i-), /(/. liiN"!. to


collect, gather.
of Amalekite kings.
^^,^^S (a^g^r) ?, surname of
.
fist.
Haman, the Agagite [= (ipartj'l) m, only
'P*!^^,
Amalekite]. "'^^p'liiSl basin, bowl,
;>;. c.

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


connection, knot, bundle;
band, troop; celestial vault. official letter, writ, edict.

H^Nl (e^p'z) m nut, nut-tree '*5 (?d) i, w.s. mS, mist,

[Persian]. vapour.

(5?*^'^) pi'-n.m.
^.1^ (5d,Vb), only Hi inf.
'
, T
^'H^.'z [for 3n>?n^] to
n'li:iS (n^piTi') f, c. nii:iN^,
cause to languish, to grieve.
[berry], small coin, mite.
' N^ 7v? (5db^c'l) pr.n.m.
''??$ ($'?^l) or T'JX (c'^r^l) ?n,

only ^^^. ("d<i'd) pr.n.m.


joZ.c. 1^^^, drops.
"^^^< and ^^3^ see HI"!
^I'.^f^ (%l|i'ylm) pr.n. of a
//(V/j.
place in Moab.
nns see ^'^1^<.
^^^ i^^l'm) m, c. D^N', pZ.
l|^fS (iddo') pr.n.m.
Dy^^S.. c. 7^^X pool, pond;
reed; bulrush. Dins see DiiS,

." T (5?^''"^) <^j-? only }>lc.

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


"'P^^?,
commander, lord, master;
the pi. is also applied to
reed, bulrush; cord made
single persons; ^4"'*'^: '"X
of rushes; caldron.
Lord, the Lord God [Hin^]
hence Adonis.
li^^ m
^1*Ji< see "!^i<.
^1^ (^do'm) pr.w.w. = Esau,
D'',"n'nX (adprCi'yim) pr.7i. of Edom; the tribe and land
a toAvn in Judali. of the Edomites.
DnilS see DTy-Tls;. nDHiS (adarar) /, c. ^07^<,
w.s. ''.oa7x, pi. nipnx,
mni^ see niN.
humus, arable land, earth,
^'*)^^ (?iddrr) adj., tv.s.
soil; country.

pi. Dn^TIS*, c. "'T'nN great,


^^P7^ (adamdgl'm) adj., f

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


powerful, mighty, majestic,
reddish.
splendid, distinguished,
HOTS see npM i^i^/i.
glorious, noble.
np*TS (adma') pr.n. of a
rjV^S (iidaly5') pr.n.m.
town in the vale of Siddim.
Q^"]? (ade'm) or ^"J^ (adp'm),

pL ^piX (5dW') to be
red. Pu. pt. D^NXp
arf/. reddish, red-haired, of
a red complexion.
(m'Qdda'm) for D"lStD to be
red-coloured. Hi. fid. ''P'J^^
(^dami') pr.n. of a

Dn^: to be red. Eith.


town in Naphtali.

fid. i.p. to become ''P '^ (adomi') pr.n. adj., f


^'il^r^]
red, to be erubescent. n\p"-Tx^, pi m d'P"in;,

m man, of^piN^, / niipiX^, Edom-


^7^ (ada'm) coll.
itish, Edomite.
men, some one; N ""J?
D^'P'IN (adummi'm) pr.n. of
serves as a pi.: the sons
a district between the
of man, mortals pr.n.m. the
;

Jordan and Gilgal.


first man created.
SripiS (adma^a') pr.n.m.
P7^ (adii'm) pr.n. of a town
[Persian].
on the Jordan.
17.^ (e'den) m, i.p. "jlX, pi.
D^JJ (fdp'm) adj., f. nD>S^, U])'!^., c. 'nx 'found-
pi. D^D^Js' red, red-cheeked; ation ,
basis ,
pedestal,
a red thing, red colour. socket of a column.
^7?*^ (o'dgra) / a red pre- (7^ (g-ddan) pr.n. of a place

cious stone, carneol. in Babylonia.


pn-^:is nnx

pn"^3TK (adp'ni-brz^k) ''yi*T^< {W'"\') pr.n. of the


chief-town of Bashau; of
pr.n.m
a town in Naphtali.
'^y!^^ ($ddg'r^O-) / a wide
(ndonlyy-^'hu) Cp/JlS;
[ ] garment, mantle glory,
;

pr.n.m.
magnificence; see also
pn^'^J^S (ado'nIBg'dgk)
pr.n.m. tJ^^N (?#') inf. tr'nx =
qT^lN (adpnira'm), Uj^^ ^'n to thrash.
(adpr^'m) pr.n.m. 3nx (5hrb), ^nx (^h&'i?),

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


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

nnj^^, /. innN;*., i.' 5^. 2n^<


with counectiiig V] tu show
and 3nx, p. SHX, / ^n^^<
oneself glorious, splendid.
[friend], to love, to
Hi. fut. "I^mN: to glo-
to be fond of; to
like,

desire,
rify.
covet. Ni. pt. 2nS^ to
^I^^ (^^5'r) ni twelfth month be beloved, amiable.
of the Hebrew year, cor- Pi. pt. aHiSp, pi. D^,?nx^
responding to March and to be a passionate lover
April. or paramour.
"I^,? (^'d^r) m garment, ^H- (^'h^^) '" only pi.

mantle splendour, magnifi-


; CpnN love-affair, intrigue;
cence. charm, loveliness.
"1,'7^ ($d<i5'r) pr.n. of a place IHK (p'hjh) m, /.5. Q^nS
in Judah; pr.n.m. (Qhobrm),pZ. D''3nN(oh5brm)

^iSnnS (ad.^rkp'n) m, pi. love, love-intrigue; lover.

lJblli<., Persian gold-


ninnS ($ha^5') / [also in/-

coin [not connected with of 3uN] love, affection,

Darius]. tender friendship.

'Uf^ (p'bSd) pr.n.m.

pr.n.m. of an Assyrian ^J^'^ (ah$;'h)


trj^frj. [ex-

deity and of an Assyrian pressing sorrow] woe, alas,


king [son of Sennacherib]. ah, oh.
sinj< mx
^f-^iufi (^li^vu') pr.n. of V. n5'*r'C!?$ (ehoiibr) pr.n.f.
river in Media. [a lewd woman, symboli-
llnJS (ehti'd) pr.n.m. cally denoting Jerusalem].

^2nln>< see HT Hi. ",??V?S (QhoiiVjmr) pr.


n.f.
''H^ (ehi') adv. [interroga-
tive] = *>!> how? where?
n^DHX = rtpr]?<, see H^H.

^nj<^ see '7'"^5 (.hiarp'n) pr.n.m.


ri;n.
Aaron.

to shine, to be bright.
"^i^
(p) conj. or [Lat. vel and

^nS* (5h&'l) [denom. of


aut]; In In either or; or
if, or perhaps.
^ri'><], /w. ^nx^. to pitch
^,0'^ (u'?'l) pr.n.m.
tents, to wander. Pi. fut.
lis (pb) m, pi. niniK, skin,
br\l [for "pnx;] the same
leather bag; spectre, con-
as Q.
juring ghost; necromancer,
sorcerer.
(Qhoii'), w. loc. n ri7.g><,
nl2lS (obp'-a-) pr.n. of a
pz. D^.'pnN; (oh?irm), Q^.'priN, ^
camping station.
c. ^,^nx (ghoir), w.s. '',^nN, ^ '-^ iN (pbi'l) pr.n.m.
tent, hut, habitation, fa- t53^K see b^^.
mily; nviD N tent of con- nix (pd) m, only pZ. n'i7'iX,
gregation, tabernacle, also ninx, circumstance, cause,
nnyn N tent of the law. occasion, concern; nllk 7^^
because of, on account of,

concerning.
^HK (5h5'l) ?n, only pi
"I^>< (yd) m, pi. DniN, fire-
D^,^ns^ and nl^Hi^ aro-
brand, fire-stick, poker.
matic wood, aloe-wood.
njs* Pi. nis (wr), a..
n^!^S (Qhoir) pr../-. [a
njN^ to desire eagerly, to
woman symbolizing Sa-
covet. Hith. n|N'On, fwt.
maria].
1^i;^0^ (yi^'?'v) to desire,
^j^^rQ,^ (QhoU'^'b) pr.n.m. want, lust after.
1S1X
^^ ^

niK^ oDiy im. niNon, 0,*^^^^* (vl&'m) o(/i'. but


2. pi VI Cn'i'bTn to mea- hoM'ever, yet, nevertheless.
sure off, to mark for one-

self.

73^ (^^vvri') / desire, long-


folly, foolishness; ungod-
ing, lust.
liness, wickedness.
I'tIS (uz3,'y) pr.n.m.
,T (pni*'r) pr.n.m.
7mS (\iz\i'l) pr.n.m. [Arabian
tribe and its capital. 11^^ (&'v^n) m, c. 'i'i^< (on),
w.s. T] JiN, pZ. D^JiX breath,
Zanaa in Yemen].
vainness, nothingness;
,1*!? (^^'i') pr.n.m.
idolatry, idol; falsehood,
''IN (oy) and njIS (p'yo)
wickedness, sin; distress,
interj. woe, alas, ah.
hardship, toil.
n?i>< see n\S\
*
lii< (on) m, pi. D>JlX, sub-
^''?.^: (evi'i) adj., pi. D']?^
stance, wealth; power,
foolish, silly; impious.
strength.

j IN , jN (on) pr.n. of a city


^^1^ ?^1K (evi'l inrpd$'d))
in lower Egypt (Helio-
pi-.n.vi. [king of Babylon]. polis).
'^^^^* (ul) n, te/.5. D^liS
If >N (pno') pr.n. of a town
. belly, body; strength. in Benjamin.
^1^<' (ul) ,u, pi. c. li^^x, a
nl^:\S see .TJX.
mighty, powerful person
[see ^:X p?.]. H't (pn5'm) pr.n.m.

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


,c^*^ (vl&'y) pr.n. of a river
in Persia [Eulaeus]. ',?'^N (cif^'z) pr.n. of an un-
,Z^^N (vl^'y) conj. and arfy. known country rich in
if not, whether not, if gold.

perhaps; perhaps. ^SiK, ^5S (of5'n) ^, ,.

D^^><*(Oirra), D*^S (ylirm) "jDiX, pi. D^JDlX, wheel [of


tn, p^ c. ''[5^,^' vestibule, a chariot, of a thrashing-
hall. p(trtico|of the temple]. sledge].
"l^Di^< IX

-]^3is, npiK, n^ipK (pfi'r) "li><* (ur) m = 11X2, ^i^

pr.n.vi. a son of Joktan; OniX, DniS lighted coun-


the gold-couutry Ophir, try, land of the sunrise,
probably in Southern Ara- the east; fire, flame; en-
bia [ace. to others in India lightenment, revelation
or East Africa]. DV.DP1 Dn^X light and
truth, the oracle on the
yiN (ciB), pt. Yi< to press;
breastplate of the high
to be pressed or narrow; to

hasten. Hi. fid.


"f \^;
to
priest.

Ii*^ (fir) pr.n. of a toAvn


press, urge, impel.
in Chaldea, south of Ba-
n^i.s, n^)k (pBrr) m, c.
bylon [Dn^D IIX].
T^liS, pi. nlTilN, c. nlT^lN,
store, stock, provision, sup-
nnix* / (prri') = 11x2.

ply; store-house, treasury. "7*^^ (oi-r) /, only pi.

niiS*
nlllX, mix, green herbs,
fut iliS;, in;,
(or),
vegetables.
to be or become bright, to
dawn, to become clear, to
niniN see nnj<.

shine. A^i. "li^^J, fut. n^i^ (url'), "PXn.lX (Grl'e'l),


ils^, inf. nis.^ [for'ilxnV] rinix (Myyr), i.ti^x
to become lighted, to (vriyy5'hv) pr.n.m.
dawn; pt. "l1i<J bright,
splendid, glorious. Hi.
nItS, ri*S (59.) ,n and /, pi
nInIX, nhX, sign, mark,
i^sn, fut. "i^x;, "ix;l to
token, badge, standard,
lighten, to fill with light,
monument, memorial, warn-
to make clear; to enlighten,
ing, omen, prodigy, symbol.
instruct, teach; to enliven,
to comfort; intr. to be niN (tjO-), ri1 (pa-), only
light. Ni. fut. nlX^, cohort. HnlXJ
"TiS^(or)m,pZ. OnlN, light, to consent, agree, yield.

brightness, daylight, sun- tK (fz) adv. then, at that


light, lightning; illumina- time; therefore; IX^ [=
tion, enlightenment; hap- IX IP] formerly, hereto-
piness, cheerfulness. fore, of old; prep, since.
^mj< 10 HN
(gzn^'j^m) ear [organ
^Tv ($zb,'y) pr.n.m. of
hearing].
ISlTS (czp'b) m an aromatic
n'lSr:^ "l^tS (nzz-c'n s^err)
plant, hyssop.
pr.n. of a town in Naph-
"llTS (fzo'r) m girdle, belt;
tali.
fetter.
(yzni') pr.n.m.
^TN (nz^'y) adv. = 'ii< then.
,rT\?

(azSny5') pr.n.m.
niDTS /memorial;
VtT-^
($zk5r5')
0''if!^^ (azikkl'm) only pZ.
that part of an offering
[from puS], It;. av. D'iJ^lS*;!,
which "was destined to
chains, fetters, handcuffs.
bring the sacrifice to the
remembrance of God. "1,1? (iz^L'r) /u^ "ifS^., M/.s.

V1]N'l to bind, gird, put


\^]n for
^l^^
Vl^n
(5z&'l),

to
fut.

go away, to go
on. Ni. pt. TS^ to be

out; to fail, cease, vanish.


girded. Pi. pt. TN^, pt.

Pu. pt. <j^^'0 what is


li.J^'P


to gird, to arm with.
iiith. i,j>srn, i.p. Txrin
spun, yarn, thread [perh.
to gird or equip oneself.
mis written for /p^^p, see
yi^jiS see :;;n,].

^J?5 (g'z^l) ^JNn in ^5N


stone of departure [a me- a tree not transplanted;
morial stone]. native, indigene.

^tK ($zi]i'n) Q. not used. i-'t: V ($zr5^r) pr.n. pair.,

Bi. [denom. of ]]i<] Ezrahite, son of one n'^lN.


V.l?<n.,
imp. V.VSn, fict. '"I^ISI n^lN
for v.l^?,i!<], pt VJ.?? = V>!h, "nx, Tj^nx, rnx, q5'^^^^
to turn or lend an ear to,

to listen, hearken, attend; c "'HN;, brother, near re-


to answer [a prayer]; to lation, cousin, countryman,
obey. fellow-man, friend; tr"'N-nX

1J)5
only Pi. yx (Izz?'n) to the one the other.

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

])j^ (p'zi^n) /, du. D.^JN' nJJ (5^) inter}, woe! alas!


n>< 11 DN^n^^

nJ|^ (o'^e^) i, only pi. D^HS


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

with lamenting voice, owl, W.5. VnvribN "',0'iniS, sister,

scops. female relation, friend;

($^'5'l?) pr.n.m. [once after H.ti^'S* = the other


^fjn^
[compare n>^].

l^nS (^b5'n) pr.n.m.


grasp, lay
to seize, take,
ins (^d|5'd) num., c ^\1^, hold of; to lock up, bolt,
}. i^nx [for i;^7nj<], ip. fasten, connect. Ni.
nnN, one, some one, the \nNJ. to get caught, to be
same, a single one, the held fast. Xi. [denom.]
first; pi. D''^nN. some few. l^^5:, fut. tnx;. to take
the same. ^.H^?? once, possession of. Pi. pt.

at once; ^H^? like one. ins^ to hold back, to lock


jointly, in a body, together. up, to hide. Ho.pt. tHN^JlD

(5^^'<J) only H'iih. to be attached or fastened.


"^n?
[denom. of IH^] 111X^1" ^J^^ (a^l'z) pr.n.m.

to unite oneself, to collect njn^ i^^mm') /, c. nirii!^,

one's strength or faculties. occupation ,


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

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


l^Ho ^<T]nS_ (a^^zy^'hu); CmX^
(e^u'd) pr.n.m.
(a^uzza'm) ; riiriN. (a^uzz^'-S-)
n^n^ (ae^vg;') /" declaration,
pr.n.m.
explanation.
^nriN pr.n.m., pair. oi^'\r\i<,^
HE- (^^*^5') / brother-
n2t5n>^ = n3><t5nN, see
hood. Tiv : Tiv :
:
'

Ntpn Pi.
HinN (a^p'a^) pr.n.m.
^HK (e^;') pr.n.m. = 'l^HN.
^DinN (a^ym$,'y) pr.n.m.

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


= H^nS.
^i^^^ (?e^9'r) m back, back-
D>|;''nx (a^iYm); n;ni<^
side; arfv. back, backward,
(a^Iyy^t'); ^n;nj< (a^lyyfhu);
behind; west, west side,

westward, westerly future, ;


Dyj^n^f 12 tt^'ll^DN

($%p'); 31tp^n.^ (^ity'b); pi. Dnrih?, nnnx^ the


^^'p'^^^ HHu'dj; nltD^riN; following, second, other,
later; foreign, strange.

^T-^ iim^) n, pi. [D^ini<|


f l^O'nX^ (at^im^"aB); n^J^nS* c. "'inN, tt;.s. nqs, {"'^jriN
(a^|n5d5,'b) pr.n.m.
the hind-part, back-part;
Oi:*?T'^ (ac^Inp"i]im) pr.w/. arfy. and prep, behind, after,
TjDpTiK (at^ieara^l'c^);l}^:'^^{ afterward; ^5 n.qx after
(a^r^'z^r); OJ^^V^: (^Ikrm); that, thereupon; ""iriiStp

from after, from behind.


vItpn;' (a^iriTi"); "inti^'^nN; nnS = nq,i<, see "inx Pi.

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


n:TiqN,pZ.Dv.nqx,hinder,
^^H- ($^l5'b) ;?r.w. of a following, later, latter,
place in North Palestine. last, posterior, western
/. adv. for the last time,
lastly.
particle of wishing: oh
that! might it he that. n^nK ($^r&'^); ^nnns
(ad^Jr^e'l) pr.n.m.
"'.^n^ (5^1^'y) pr.n.m.
n^^nS n**"!. (i^ari'9.) / hindest,
(j^iri'rai) / a pre-
cious stone, amethyst. latest part, future, end,
posterity.
J<ri?pnN ($4m^0-5') pr.n. of
the capital of Media, ^^?ir^^ (a^orJlnnrO-) adv.
Eghataiia. backwards.

^,??n^ (a^Jzbg,'y) pr.n.m. D^'pSn^tf^riiS; (a^^gd^rp'nrm)

"iP? (5^^'r), fid. l.sg. inj< m.pl. \_sing. "jB^] Persian


to be behind, to remain governors, satraps.
behind, to tarry. Pi. "inN\ t:nitfnS (a^5v?rp'),
fut. *in^?; intr. to tarry,
t^nt^'nS (ad5,^grp's) pr.n.m.
stay; ir. to delay, detain,
of Persian kings, Ahasuerus
procrastinate.
[= Xerxes, Cambyses,
"^P^ (w^'v) adj., f ninN\ As ty ages].
nnri^'nx 13 nrx

'>"iriC^*n>< (nc^ptm') pr.7i.m. \S* (i) m and f, pi D^^>\


[Persiau]. coast-laud, island; foreign,

D'':"int^*nS (ae^pt^rlnrm) transmarine pnrts round


adj. one the Mediterranean and in
m.pl. [sing. 11^5?!-]
India.
being of the royal service

[others: inules]. ^^^ (i) m, only pi D^^X,


ririiS see "Hi:?. howler, jackal.

tDNl (^t) m whisper, low. **^


(0 = "'"iX interj. woe to.

noiseless speaking-; Q''l?N \S* (i) [= V^ from *,:X] arfi/.

whisperers, sorcerers, ne- denoting negation [equal


cromancers; adv. tiX, *^i^7, to the prefixes in^, uu^];
t^S? noiselessly, in a nlZip""'N without honour,
whisper, secretly, slowly, inglorious.
by degrees.
^1^ (^ya'b) to hate, to treat
"TtJS (ata'd) m thoru-bnsh
as an enemy; pt. 2^M, ^."!"i^<,

[Christ's thorn].
IV. s. 'Tj^\s, / nn^lN,' pi
*]^tpS (etu'n) in thread, yarn.
D^n^N, c. 'n^k, enemy,
DtDS (5ta m) pt.p. DltiX, pi.
hater.
D^p^tDX^ to shut, close; to
ni*>K (ei,5') /; c. nn^x
grate up, to lattice. Hi. fut.
enmity, hostility.
U^t^l to close.
'""^ (fd) '>^ burden, oppres-
"It^iJ (at^'r), fut. ip^; to
sion, misfortune, misery,
shut, close.
distress.
luS (ate'r) pr.n.m.
Ht^* (*yy5') f vulture,
IISS (ittc'r) adj. bound,
kite.
hampered; l^p;' T X left-

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

*5 (*y) adv., c. "'N, iv.s.


^^^ (^yy?') = "'X adv. where,
r\p^.^, i\i<, D;X where? wherever.
[where art thou? &c.];
'^^ (lyy?'l>) pr.n.m. Job.
n.} ^X w^hich one? who?;
, Hip ^X wdierefrora?;
T'lpS (izg'bgl) jyr.n.f.

nXl'j ^X why? nr^ (?2^') "<^^- where?


T 14 "1I^>*

n^**^ (?1&'^), ^V^^ (?1^'^)

and i?j?f7y. how? where? ^r.w. of an Edoniitish sea-

<alas port on the Red Sea [now


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

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


nD!D"'J< (^cf)^'6)i) adv. how? terrible, formidable.

^T^ (ey^t'i) m power, s trength


^I^j
(^'yll) m, c. b'^,^pl. ioc. n nno^x, pi. niD\s*

D^^'p^N, D'bii, terror, fear.


c. f^^X
[streDgth] a ram; pilaster, ^''p*'^ (?mrm) pl.m. terrors,

projection [in architecture], horrors; idols; giants, ori-


socle; strong tree, oak. ginal inhabitants of the
terebinth ;
pi. mighty, Moabite country.
powerful people, the nobles. (^'yln) m, I^N, non-
l^S" c.

^!l^ (Jyyfi) wi, pi. D^^IH entity, nothingness, non-


buck, stag, hart. existence; adv. not, not
existing, without; w.s.

ni^%Sahind; ^^J^N [I am not there];


Vl' rii^T^*, c.
'Tj^^K, u,;;n, ii2';;\s [=
"in[S:'n n.^^X hind of the
qi\S]; ^^'px I have not
dawn.
jV^N (jyyflp'n) pr.n. of
[there is not to me]. "]\S'3

without, when there was


towais in Dan and Zebulon.
not, before being; "j^Np

P V^ ' 1?^^ (?l5'n) pr.n.m. ; almost, nearly; 'j"'S'p =


pr.n. of a town in Dan. I^Nt ^^ to him to' whom
^^?^!^ (jyy^lO'O-) / strength, not; I^N^ because not, so
power. that not.

nlp^^ see n^-'N. *1'!S^


(ij'yin) adv. where?;
j^SO [= "j\S "It?] from where,

nil^^^N projection [in whence.


,

architecture], moulding. ^'iS (In) adv. interr. [is there]

not?
^,r ^ (vli'm) pr.n. of a sta-

tion in the desert.


s\s 15 b-^

nD\s, nsK (ef5') /, c. nD\s Dn\S^ = qnx, qns, see

a corn measure, equal to


1.08 bushel. HDri'lS (i9-fm5'r) pr.n.m.
nb^'N (?f5') ac^y. where? (?^5'n) pr.n.in.
IfJ^^' ID^
how? "^^ (&ci^) a(it/. certainly, yea;
8iS''>^ see XlDN. only, but, however, yet;
hardly, no sooner than.
t^''i:< (is) m, w;.5. \ti'\S*, pZ.

7=?5 (akkU'd) pr.n. of a town


man [as opposed to beast built by Nimrod.
and woman and God], a -^*r^ (&(^z5'b) on deceiving
mortal, husband, possessor, brook [without water].
inhabitant, follower, at-
-^^,Tf ^ (ac^zrb)pr.w. of towns
tendant; some one, any
in Asher [Ecdippa] and in
one, every one, each; with
Judah.
T]t< or yi the one the (c^z?'r) adj. bold,
other.
"IP-
cruel, merciless, destruc-
tive, deadly.
"I'int^''K (Is^o'd) pr.n.m. "'"IP^ {m^m') adj. hard,
1*lt^^lj^ (Isp'n) m [dimin. of harsh, cruel, terrible.

ti''"'X little man] the pupil ri^l^lPN (^c^zMyyu'O-) /


of the eye, eye-ball, centre. cruelty, fierceness.

b^n"t^''i5 (Is ^?L'yil)9n valiant n^''?N (ac^U5')/ eating, food.

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


2ip"tr''J:^ (is to'b) pr.n. of ^DN;, w.s.
^,? (fc^^'l) inf.

a town or district in Syria. i'??^it (qc^io'); fut. b'2i<\ i.p.

^_ir^S see bp.i<\ 1. sing. b^i<, to eat,


V^'?.
enjoy, devour, consume,
pri''i^ m entrance.
(lO-o'n)
take away, destroy. Ni.
(i9ii^'y) pr.w.iM.
''f]''^ b^^,l, M- '?,5^<.?. to be
b|<in\S (iO-rn) j)r.n.m. [for eaten, consumed. Pu.
t'X ^riN God with me]. 725< to be consumed, de-
Dri''><* see DnN. stroyed. Hi. '^'pxn, fut.
bx 16

'7"'pNl to make eat, to give the true God; ^1^ ^X al-


to eat. mighty God; )V^V. hi< God
:5pN (p'c^^.i) w, iv.s. 1^?x the most high; strength,

(yc^ip') [act and material power, might; ^T ^X^ tt''^

of] eating, food, meat. it is in the power of my


hand, I am able. [D"','?X

once for D^7"'X rams].


pr.n.m. [or to be derived
from n^D]. ? (?l), .-Xn pron. dem. pi.
= n.TX these.

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


'^
V (^0 pr^P- to, towards,
in the direction of, ac-
\P.^ (5c^Q'n) arfy. certainly,
cording to, in addition to,
surely, even so; but, yet.
with regard to, against,
^5? (5cf)rf) to burden, into, among, near, with.
weigh on, press, drive on.

?]DS (^'d,$f) ,, w.s. ""EPX,


burden, load, pressure. ^^?i?^ (^Ig&bi's) m hail,
ice.
"1,5>^ (ikk5'r) J, /.?. D^yipS',
D*ip^:i^S see Q^^pSx.
ploughman, tiller, husband-
man.
"^^7^ (^ld5'd) pr.n.m.
^Wrt^ (&(^55'f) ji)r.n. of a
^^^V^"^ (gld5'5') pr.n.m.
town in Asher.
a negation n^^J (515') to confirm by
^^ ($l) cor-
responding an oath, to swear, for-
to Greek /it^,

applied in prohibitions and swear. i/i. in/- ^"i'T^'Hi /""<

7ISI5I to confirm, to cause


wishes : that not, lest, may
to swear, to swear.
^
not, let not.

"^^^^ [^i<] the Arabic de-


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

finite article, occurring


pi. ril'rX swearing, oath;
in
curse; agreement by oatii,
.
T : - ' ..;-' I : -

sworn covenant.
^N* (\'l) 7U, IV.S. 7X, pi.
D^^t^X, u strong, mighty Hv*^ (<^li*i') / oak.
one, a licio, a god; ?Xri
n*?'^* (?ir)/oak, terebinth.
nbi< 17 r\^''hi<

nT'iS (elg,') iw.n.m. n^K (5igL'i)) only Ni. vh^:


to be corrupt, to get spoiled.
'.'T^? (?'lle) pron. dem. pi.

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

l^iS (iiiu') covj. \}b tDX] if. n>5^t5S(eir5-b);'?x^Ss(eirri);

n vS (eio'ah) w, sm^. mostly nnx^i^x (eirs's-a); it^k


in poetry: a god, God; pi. (eiidrd) [i-^s]; yT^.s
D\n^.s, c. 'ri-?^, ws. "i^'J^bi^, (ly5d5") pr.n.m.

God, the oue, true God


njr'^ (?iiya') / fat tail of

oriental sheep.
angel , Israelitic king, and H^'^N
^^i^^ (eliyyr)
prophet; heathen gods,
(ellyya'hv); ^n"'7^< and
higher and godlike heings. 2<in^^j< (eiihu'); V-'i^-'iv:'?^*
T'yS (eiy'l) m the sixth (elyeho'-ena'y);
^
V-^.I^H*
mouth of the Hebrew year, (lyo"?nry); >^,?n2^^* (elya^-
corresponding to September bf'); nin"*^^: (eli^p'rgf)
and October; adj. = by^..

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


^P^ ("^U'l) ^/- null, vain,
,H, pi. ^;i'?x, D^Ji^^, c.
nought; nothingness, feeble-
''J^, oak, terebinth. ness; pi. D"','?^^^. idols.

jVJS (elp'n) pr.n.in, ;


pfr. Tj^P''^^iS (eilmelec^); ^ID^J'K

(glyaBa'f); '^})l''bi^^ (eire'zer);

^ Y^ (allu'f) m and adj., pi. Uy^^^?:,


(eii'-enry);
qV''?*^?:

^''ST'Nl tame beast, lamb, (eilVm); is^^><:^ (^W'z);


'pD^^iSI^ (elifal);
ox, cow; attached friend, ^n^?l^^,
companion, husband; head (elif^rhu); ^x',?"'ri:?. (ellfe'lftj;

11^^^><^ (ellBfi'r};' 1B^^,^J<^


of a family, of a tribe
(eil'Bafrn); N|^^/J>; (eiika);

npS see ni^^X.


D"J|P vX (glyaki'm) pr.n.m.

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


[Elizabeth].
station in the desert.

J7J?0 (lz5i^5'r) pr.n.m. n^tf^''pX (eiis5')i^'.w.w. [Greek

Hcbrew-Enfflish.
yiir^^^N 18 n!^i?

tribe in tlie Peloponnesus (i^lni5n5') pi.


nj?r.- /,
or in Sicily]. nijp'^x, c. ni:pSs widow,
^^.p^^^S (em'f); 3y^^J< a widowed state [without
a ruler].
V,'^''bi<. (eiisr-); tDD*f>>N nlpDpi^ (^im^^np'O-) fipl.

[perh. for nlJ^lX] palaces.


rtriS^, S] pr.n.m.
n^^Dt5>< (^Im^nu'O-) A c.
^^^^ (<il-l?L'y) interj. ahas.
D^nup^N,
n^:pVx, pi.
woe to!
widowhood; destitution
(ftlCi'm), iVi. D^StJ, fut.
P?/? [exile].

P^^^."!
to be bound in the
1?^?^ (^Impni') m, with
tongue, to be dumb, mute.
preceding \)^^, a certain
Pi. pt. Di?l<P to bind,
one, one not named.
to make up in sheaves.

^?,^ (e'l^m) m the growing (^IngO-^'n) pr.n.m.


dumb, dumbness, silence.
np^K (gUf fi^i'r) pr.n. of town
D?N (lirt'm) arfi.,2>^ D'PS>\ and district in Mesopo-
dumb, mute.
r tamia.
p7K (yiirm) see D^^.K.

^''.?Pf ^ (^Imuggl'm) w, only (r^drv'); 'JjyH* (raz^i'y);


pL, a precious wood, red
"1^^?^ (^r^zj'r) pr.n.m.
or white sandal-wood.
x^i^bx, nbj^bs (gi'5i-^')

n?C? (lyram$') f, pi
pr.n. of a town near Hesbou
Dvi^X,, ri1p^i<, bundle,
[in Reuben].
sheef.
ntf^J/VS (gr5Br) pr.n.m.
'/I'^rv? (^-Impd^'d) pr.n.m.
[Arabian tribe in Yemen].
^^S (m't), fut. Pl^is*: to

learn. Pi. fut. ^.t^N], pt.

'^c',?-- (^^illimm^'l^d)) pr.n. P],^D [for ^'Tt<p] to teach.


of a town in Ashcr. Hi. pt. n^,^s;:^, p^ /
"]D7S ($,im5'n) at(;. widowed. nip^S^P to make thou-

IDT'S (jLim0'ii) m widow- sands, to bring forth thou-

hood, interregnum. sands [denom. of ^^^].


r]^X 19 jiDN

ON (em) /, w;.s. \DJ<, pZ.

w.'s./B^N, rfw. Q.'',!'?^, pi. riiDN, mother, grand-


D"'d'5n;," c. "S^'*^ l' only pi. mother, ancestress ; bene-
domesticated beasts, oxen, factress; metropolis,mother-

cows, cattle. 2. a thou- country, people; '^Ij^n ^^^


sand, du. two thousands. parting-way.
pi. thousands. a com- 3. 0^5 (im) conj. [in direct
munity, family, part of a and indirect questions] if,

tribe. whether; CN H. whether


town or; in conditional sentences
^^,^* (e'l^f) pr.n. of a
in Benjamin. if, when, 5<'^ DN if not;
in sentences of wishing
and asseveration: oh that
^^*i^^ (glp*"&l) pr.n.m.
[Lat. utinam] , certainly
yh"^ (5irB) Pi. fut. y;^x^ not, N? DN certainly.

to drive, press, urge. Q^^ m. onlypZ. D^^^J<(umm|'m],

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

ngS (ama') /, ic/.s. 'HDIS^,


0*p?^ (aiku'm) w no re-
pi. ninOS^, c. nlnpx, maid-
sistance; N "/.^^ a king
servant, female slave.
against whom there is no
HDS* (ammr) f, c n^K,
rising up [others: people,
du. D^n^K, pi. n1f.pX, fore-
militia].
arm; ell, cubit; in archi-
l^l^rO (glkan?') pr.n.m. tecture: foundation; metro-
'^'Wy>)^ (glkpsl') pr.n.m., a polis.

native of ^p?7^ [a village riDS (^mm5') pr.n. of a hill


in Galilee]. near Gibeon.
^ybys [-rhn] (^itoia'd) npiS see nO^N.
pr.n. of a town in Simeon. n^'DS (umraa) /, only pi.
spn^N;, npn^K (git^kr) nIpN people, nation, tribe.

pr.n. of a town in Dan. nlnDJ< see nN.


?i17^ (^It'ko'n) pi of "I'ltpS^ (fmp'n) m builder,

a town in Judah. architect.


2*
ri^:>x 20 EZr^S

PpS (^mp'n) j)rn.in.] also mirse. M. fut.

IpS^ to be fastened, to be
the Egyptian god Ammoii.
firm, constant, faithful,
*]lrpN; see liipn.
honest; to last, continue;
(cmy'n), 1,PS arfj-: pZ-
']^P>< to be nursed, supported;
D"'j1X fastened, faithful;
jyt. ]r2Hl firm, faithful,
2^1. fidelity, trustiness.
constant, lasting. Hi.
n3*it2S (emCin?') /, tV.S.
"fpxn, fut. vpj^.l, to
IP*'^.-
'n:^D^<,
I T v: '1
pi.
r nUios I
firm- hold fast by, to believe
ness, security, fidelity, firmly, to trust; to stand
honesty, conscientiousness, still, to stop.
faith. *|pS (jmti'n) m workmaster,
y lUK (fmo'B) pr.n.m.
artist.
D^pK see D^p^X.
(5m?'n) adj. firm, tnie,
"IP?
*)ip^?pS see "]ijpx. faithful; m faithfulness;

a4/. firm, adv. certainly, truly, so


y^P^ (iHramrB)

strong, valiant. be it!

"l^pjj (aml'r) ?n top of a ^pS (p'm^n) m truth, fidelity.

tree, summit of a mountain. (l^pS (am^n^i') / firm cove-


(sra&'l) [bj2i<] pt. p.f. nant; fixed wages.
^P><
T}^t^i<. to fade, languish. njpS (am?[n^') pr.n. of a
Pui. ^^P?<, pt. b^tpi^ [for river flowing through Da-
^^^i<'rp] 'to fade, droop, mascus [and of that part
wither; to he sorrowful, of the Antilibanus from
to mourn. which it comes].

"^J^pS (am(l5'l) adj., only njpS (pm'n?') /", only pi.

'pi D^yjp^^ weak, feeble. nupiS, pilaster, column.

DDS (amij'm) pr.n. of a town n^pX (ymn5') /the bringing


in Jnilah. up, nursing; adv. in truth,
he firm; truly.
(5mri'n) i)itr. to
IP?
tr. to make firm, fasten, *|ippS (i^mnp'n) pr.n.m.

bring up, nurse; pt. "jps q3p>< (ymiui'm), Drp;< adv.


guardian, fosterer, / ^.}^'^ in truth, truly, verily.
rp^ 2i nnnox
ypN (mrn) fut. f,^s^. to promise. Hith. I^N'nn
be strong, Yigorous; to be to boast, to be over-proud,

stronger, to prevail. Pi. imperious.

f,^^S, fut. f,f;?N^ to make ^9*^ (e'mgr) m, iv.s. llt^X,


strong, to strengthen, pi. Dn^.S, c. n;.?X a'say-
harden; to select. Hi. ing, word, utterance, com-
fut. \>pxi to display mand, promise.
strength, to act courage-
',^0 (imme'r) pr.n.m.
ously. Hith. f.tDNOn to
collect one's strength, to
luis (o'm^r) m word, saying,
song, praise, promise;
show oneself vigorous,
thing [like in^].
bold or quick; to be firmly
resolved.
^il?^ (imra'), Hip^ (gmra')
y?pN (jmp'B) arf;., only pi.

D^^Vpi;^. strong; others: c. m"]^X word, utterance,


reddish, bay [horse]. song.

(o'mgB) m strength, J'^0 (^mpri') pr.n.m. Amo-


Y'Q^
rite, chief tribe of the
vigour.
Canaanites.
n^rpK (UmBr) / strength.
^y?^ (imra'y); -TI^J^
(am^ryr), 'i'lTl^^: (^mUryriiuj
(amaBylc') pr.n.m.

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

way <?T??^
(mr5fri) pr.w.m.
with 7 "ibsj? [in the
[king of Shinar, Hammu-
of saying], ws. (Qmrj'),

M "!,^iS\
"'71'r'^

1!5^<^j, II^N^l,
^9.^
rabi].

(g'm^.s) m and at^i-.


1. sm(7. "l.'QN, to say, name,
yesterday, last night.
call, admonish, promise,
praise; to say to oneself, riDiS (emg'^) [fi-om nJOiS] /,

to think, intend; to com- w.s. ""ripX. firmness, dura-


mand. Ni. I'^N^., fut. tion, certainty, security,
ipx^. to be said, to be faithfulness, faith, truth,

named; it is said. Hi. honesty.


T'pNn to make say, to ^D,?p!!^ ($mtr^*9') f w.s.
>ntDX 22 ^?M
inrinpx, pi. c. n-ini^^s (ang'^arg'9) pr.n. of
^]^n5^
bag, sack. a town in Issachar.
"ppS (amitt^'y) pr.n.m. V.O i'^nV) p7'on. pers. I.si7}g.

']i} {m) [comp. ]'!ii] adv. I,' I myself = \DJi<.

where? whither?; ]i<P ''P^


(onf) m and / coll. ships,
whence?; ^N-ri; till when? a fleet.
how long?
w. loc. n nJ,i< n:^if (nlyyr) /",
i?/.
DI^JN,
[alsoHiX] whither? where? ship.
how long?; nJSn HJis' i^^?^ (^niyy5') / lamenta-
hither and thither. tion, mourning.

*li< see 'jlX.


PV**?^ ("^ni'^'m) pr.n.m.

X2JJ, nilS (5'nng) interj. "^,-5-^ (*n5'c^) wi the metal


I pray! pray thee! lead; plummet, plumb-line.
HDN see "]X. -^,*^ (ft'nprf)!') pj'on. 2)ers.

rjDi^ (5ng;') to sigh, lament.


1. si)75f., i.p. OJN I, myself.

'"!?' 1P.>^
($n^'n), only Mi/I. p.^<P^
(5"^') ^^- r'^^ to
cause to meet. Pu. n^J<
to complain, to murmur.

to befall, happen. Hith. p^? (5n^VB), pt. DJN to urge,

n^NPn to seek opportun- compel.


ity [for a quarrel]. ^IPX (5n&'f) /"wi. ^14.^^,::. to

^^S ^jmx. breathe heavily, to be


?.ce

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


angry. Hith. ^iJ^pn to

be angry.
being, mankind.
i^,??? / an unclean
^ 7^? (no'g) pr.n.m.
(^n5f5')

bird, parrot, sandpiper, or


njS (5n&'^), only M. ms; heron.
ro sigh, lament, mourn.
pJN (jnj'k) fut. ^}^\., to
groan, sigh. Ni. imp.
lament, sighing. iP:xn, pt. pJS:. the same
^^n.rV? (*n8,'f^nCi) pron. pers. as Q.

1. pi, i.p. UnJN^, once ^JN*. njJlS (an^k<i') /, c. rpjJ>',

abbreviated UnJ we, our- sighing, complaint, moan-


selves. ing.
tr:s 23 1DX

^'i:i< to [feet] ; to withdraw, to take


^,y^ (5n^'s) pt. p.

make incurable; away; to close a march,


sicken, to
pt. p. ill, sick, incurable: bring up the rear. Ni.

sorrowful ^,?^>p. to assemble, to be


melauchol}^ ,

bad, wicked. i\i. fut.


gathered [to one's fore-

fathers, i. e. to die] ; to be
^)!^'^.. to be sick to death.
received , withdrawn , to
ND^S prn.m.
(geg')
disappear. Pi. ^DN to
^^p^< (pu'c^) m oil-flask.
gather diligently, to re-
"^IpX (afSo'n) m damage, hurt. ceive, to close. Pu. 5]pj<
n^Cp8 (efiu'r) m, pi Dn.lDN*, to be gathered. Hith.

cord, fetter, bond. s^pxrn to be gathered to-

m harvest, in- gether.


^^P^ {m'i)
gathering time. 5^pX (afia'f) pr.n.m.

"l*'pS(56rr) m, also TDS 5^pX (aCo'f) in, only pi.

(|ififirr),j?Z.D''TpN., prisoner. D"'Ep5<, gathered-in pro-


captive, exile. visions, store.

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


m, only (Qfife') ingathering, harvest.
PP? (565'm) pi.

D"'pDX store house, gran- nSpN (afiefa') / assemblage


ary. seizure, imprisonment.
rijpK ($6iia') pr.n.m.
*$P^ (^fiyppa') /, only pi.

"1S^P^^ (Qfingppa'r) pr.n.m. nlEpi<. assembly [of wise


[an Assyrian king or a men].
dignitary]. 5^pSp>< (afiafBu'f) m, IV. art.
nips (gB%^'^) pr.n.f. ^DH, mixed multitude,
rabble.
^pK (aBli'f) fut. ?1DN":.,

w.s.
><3riSpS (pp5'0-a) pr.n.m.
5ip<\ '^^^^X 'M^P^^
[/w^. 1. sm^. ^v.s. and also [Persian].

p. 5^pN W.S.] to gather, "IpK (5B^'r) fut. ICiS^..,


'

collect, to draw together, \'D^:;., w.s. ^nnpSl, inf.

to receive, to take under "ib^;, pt. p. liDX to bind,

protection; to draw up fetter; to seize, to put in


"IE 24 bzi<

prison; to put to harness ri'TSS (afyddr) /, c. niDX^


or in yoke; to begin, join the act of girding round;
[battle]; to charge oneself a covering, coat of a statue.
Avith. to engage; j'^- V-
captive, prisoner. hi. fut. IHBX, palace.
"ips^ to be fettered, to be
nss [m') nDx\ nD>
hekl captive. Pu. "IDS
bake; p/. HDN,
fut.

pi. b''SX
to

to be taken captive.
baker, / HSX, pi. nlSX
"IDK (I665'r), "lpJ< (efiri'r) m, female baker or cook.
A7. fut. n?X^ to be baked.
vow of abstinence, renun- *iSS, K*^^^ (cfo') adv. now,
ciation. then, consequently.
^^rrnpS (ae-irc^yddo'n) pr.n. 1iDN, TDK (^fo'd) m the
m [king of Assyria]. ephod or official garment
of priests, especially of
nripK (gfite'r) pr.n.f. Esther
the high-priest, a bipartite
[Persian: star, bliss].
covering.
^^ {U) conj. [denoting
l*!^^ (cfo'd) pr.n.m.
addition, climax or em-
n*>SK (afi'a^) pr.n.m.
phasis], also, too, and j^et,

and even, even more; ^''SX {m'l)adj.,flpl.r\fy^i<^^


P]S-P|X as well as; ^? !^X late in ripening.

even more; in questions: ^^^i!^ (ipp^'yira) pr.n.m.


is it so? really? p^DiS* (5fi'k) m, c.
Y>'^%
^S' ($f) [from rjpS] m, i.p. pi. D^ip;DN^, c. "jP^DX^, river-

f]X, w.s. ""CN heavy breath- bed, bottom, channel,

ing, anger, wrath; nose. stream, brook, river.

du. D^BS, c. ""SX the nos- p''pij* (5fi'k) adj. strong,


trils, nose, face; anger, powerful.
wrath; two persons. p'lpS see pDX^.
Dn\SSS see nXB m. '^^^ (p'fgl) darkness, con-
cealment; misfortune.
^^^ (uf<^'d) fnt. "I'^^l to
surround, gird, put on. ^SS (,,f^-'l) adj. dark.
^^^^? -25

n^s>< (afeir) /, pi. ni^Ds; njPSK (afekr) pr.n. of a

deep darkness. town in Judah.

77>SS (^fl5'l) pr.n.m. 1SK (e'f^r) m ashes, dust,

^SS only pi. iv.s.


nothingness.
(p'fgn) wi,

VJDS (Qfn5'v) circumstance, "ISNt (afe'r) ?n head-cover,

turn, due time. tiara.

^IgiS see ISiS. n"lSS (efro'ad^) ??i, only pL


DSK (gfe'fi) to end, cease, D"*]!!!?^, young bird, nest-

disappear. ling.

DSS (e'feB) m, til*. Q?p?N\ ^?^P^ (efraylra) pr.n.m.

p?. c. ''pD>s, end, extremity: rn^i^ (efraO-), w. loc.

rfw. soles of the feet; adv. n nn"lDX pr.n.^ older name


at an end, no more, not, for Bethlehem; also equi-
except, only; D?S5 with- valent to D^T.?^.
out; ""? D?S' only that, "^rinSS a
(glr?^r) pr.n.m.^
however. Bethlehemite; anEphraim-
''DT DSS (g'fge dammi'm) ite.

j9r.w. of a place in Judah. jlZLikfS (gBbo'n) pr.n.m.


''pSS (affii') adv. except,
V^^^ (eBb^') /, w.s. ^V?^^,
nothing besides.

finger, index, toe; finger-


breath, nothingness. breadth.
nVB^ (f'e') m and / adder,
b^^^ (aBi'l) m, pi. c. -h'"^^
yiper, basilisk.
extremity, remote corner*
^,?^ (afaf) [not contracted,
adj. noble, chief person.
e.g. ^SS^^] to involve, to
b^5?>?(aBBn)m,;P?. c. "l^^^IN,
surround.
joint [knuckle, elbow].
pSS (ff^'k) only M</.

pBNinn to control or re- ^^^^ (5Ba'i) [derived from

strain oneself. 7^X] to put aside, to take


pSS (affk) 2>r.w. of towns away, withdraw, refuse.
in northern Palestine.
Ni. /,^.^,^. to be taken awa^
b)ii< 26 'mx
to be reduced. Hi. fut.
^,^1^ (Sr'?'l) m, only pl.w.$.
7^1<^1 to take away. pibi<^i< their heroes.

y^l^ ($r'?U') pr.n.m.


side, region ;
/>re/>. at the
^il? (5r&'b) /u. niX^. to
side of, beside, close to,
weave plots, to lie in
near.
ambush, to lurk; pt. 31>\
^r^? (5B?'l)pr.w.w. [i.p. ^,^X]; 31iX lurking, lurker; coll.
/>r.7i. of a place. ambush. Pi. pt. pi.
in^'^^X (aB$ly$'hu) ipr.n.m. D''p'lS*p lurkers. Hers in

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


wait. Hi. fut. n").N;i [for

2,']?^,^3] to form an ambush.


nn^^S ($B'$(ir) /bracelet,
step-chain. ^^^ (r5'b) pr.n. of a town
in Judah.
"i;^K (5B&'r) pt. yi\^ to heap

up, store up. Ni. fut.


^1^ ($'r$h) m ambush,
I^N^ to be stored up. lurking-place.

Hi. fut. 1. sing. nn';flN; to ^1^^ (p'r^b) 7n, u;.5. IpiX


appoint one treasurer. (grbp') ambush, plot, cun-
ning, deceit.
n^X see I^IX.

(c'B^r) pr.n.m.
^^.?1- (&rt?'l)pr.w. [S* n>2]
'T*!:
of a place in Naphtali.
l""lfK see 1^; and "1,^1

n^P?X ($kd5'^) m a spark-


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

niiSTX, intrigue, plot.


ling precious stone, car-
(^^b^') locust,
buncle. n?"!- ^
migratory locust.
"^P^ ($kkci') m roe [or wild
n2"lh^ (arybbr) /, p^. rii2-ii!^
goat].
n|Pi<, nr.p^K see n^b. lattice, window, dove-cote,
latticed outlet for the
nS'ipK [for NipX] sec
smoke.
^ '^^^ (arpbo'O-) pr.n. of a
nS see liX.
place in Judah nearSochoh.
^ J.^ i^Tli,') pr.n.m.
1^ (^rbl') pr.n.m., in-
J?^

b'lXIX see 'rs'nN. habitant of 2^i<i^.


V51J< 27 niH

^,51^* (3rb^") num. f, m "t^HNI (5ru'z) adj., only pi.

c. nVllS, four; D^]1J<, cedrine, firm like


nV^l^,
du^6)nV^l^i< fourfold; jyl. cedar-wood.
D^jnix" forty. HDns (aruc^r), n?"?^: /
[an healing, recovery, con-
V,?1^* ($rbL") pr.7i.m.

Anakite giant]. valescence.

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


place near Sichem.
to plait, weave; pt. ^IN,
/". n^1J< weaver. D^p'i"lK raiswritten for

D"'pi"IiS Edomites.
^"!!^ ('rg?) w plait, texture

weaver's shuttle. qpilS [for D^nnJ^] see

Iljl"]^^ (^rgp'b) 'pr.n. of a on Eith.

region in Bashan. Xn^ (arp'n) / and ?n, c

11^"]^ ($rrvrn) see lO^IS. lilX chest, box, coffin [for

"^,^1^ (argi'z) iu chest, box. a mummy]; nn^H i<^ ark

(^rgam^'n) m purple, of the covenant; ^^^y.il ^,


IJJ^n^
purple cloth. ark of the testimony;
D\n^^'N* ark of God, the
^ !? (s^rd) pr.n.m.
sacred ark containing the
pr.n.m.
P^ JO (si'rdo'n)
tables of the law.
^^^* (5r5') to pull, pluck
nj jHiS (arg,vn5') pr.n.m.
off, collect.
T"1S (g'rgz) m, i.p. l^.i^, pi.
nnS^ Pi'"niJ<] see "IIN.
D^l^^^, c '',nt? cedar; panel
of cedar-wood.

*!n^ (^rv9,'d) j9>'.n. of a


nj"!^ (?trzgL') / cedar-work.
Phenician cit}^, Arvad or
wander,
(fr^i'^) to
^^'^J*
Aradus; ''"^p.^ ^^^ ^^'
niJ< (pre'a^),
travel; pt.
habitant. D^'nik
pi. wanderer,
HP.^ ($rva') /, only pZ. traveller.
[njSiif] c. n'}")^ (tjrvo'O-) and
"li*)^ (ar,'^) pr.n.m.
n^lH, crib, manger, stable,

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


nmx ^ois

T^^,- t-o make long, to


(orjE^p'O-), c. n1n")N (Qrd)p'-3-), lengthen, prolong, extend,
nirriS, path, way, manner delay; intr. to be long, to
manner, condition, abide, sojourn.
of life,

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

nnix (pre^5') /, pi. niniN, long, patient; D^BX T]n>S

travelling company, cara- forbearing.

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


portion, long, enduring.
nC^l^ (^ruc^5') f
allowance; pl^^nn'llS. dish ^"!?!S
*
($'rgc^) w length, delay

of greens. [see also ^y^Y


^7)>? W) m, pi. D^ns, ^"!^ (^'r^ci^) pr.n. of a city

hinx lion. in Babylonia.

^S^IK (nri'?'l) w lion of Tl.*^ (p'r^cf)) rn, w.s. 1^"!X

God, hero ; the heroic city, (grko'), length, duration,

Jerusalem ; the hearth of patience.

God, altar. HDnS / see HDni!^.

''T"!*^ ('^rida'y), Nnins; '',r*l^ (Cirki') pr.n.m, inhabi-


(aridgiO-s') pr.n.m. [Persian tant of "^"]i!<,
a town in
= Aridaeus]. Palestine.

^,^."1^ ($ry?') m and / lion, Q^^. (r5'm) pr.n., c. D^i<


lioness. [mountain-land] Aramsea,

'^,.. (ry?') pr.n.m. Syria, and people therein,


jt?

n^is descended from Aram,


see nn^.
the grandson of Nahor;
Q?,in4 D.l^; Aramaea of the
"^^in^ [for n^nxj see two rivers, Mesopotamia.
jlU JrS (^irm'p'n) in, pi. c.

*'P''"]^f
("rfBgi'y) pr.n.7n. [Per- nlJipiX, palace, castle,
sian]. citadel.

"ipjJS ("riiimnu') pr.n.vt.., }4.


to stretch, to be long, to
'YJ1J>', /n7.?is;, Aramaean,
wear on. Jli. ^)^,"l?!?,g, fut- Syrian, Mesopotamian.
^Vl^ 29 b:i^'H

^"Pl^? ('irami'^) adv. [/from *^,7 jv! (&rBa") pr.n.m.

'P'^^?,
Aramaean], in the (5ri'r) imp. IX, "'^"n'^X
'^yi
Aramaean or Syrian lan-
(o'rr^-lli), pi. nX, nix, ful
guage.
"I^t: P^' ">>% pip- ^'1^,
,r^}iJ i^vmoui') pr.n.m. to curse, execrate. Ni.

iTiO (^r5'n) pr.n.m.


pt. "IXJ to be cursed.
Pi. 11X to curse, to cause
ii^ (p'rgn) m a cedar or
a curse. Ho. fid. i.p.
pine [perh. miswritten for
"1X1^ to be cursed.
n.x].
^TIT-? (ararat) pr.n. of a
I V 1
C^'r^n) pr.n.m. and high mountain
district

^^?^^ (^rnrbgO-) / a hare. in Armenia; all Armenia.

'^ Iv: (jrnp'n) ^>?'.n. of a (^r?ri') pr.n.m.


I Jl-^
river between Moab and
^y$ im's>) Pi. tS^IX [with
Ammon. n^'X] to take a wife, to
n^,n^ (^rany?') aud "jJlN espouse. Pu. ^,1X, pt. f
(Qm^'n) pr.n.m. = HJITN. nti^nxp to be engaged,
j,^ jv: (arnli'n) pr.n.m. betrothed.

(arpa'd) jor.w. of a nt^nj?< (are's^O-) / desire,


'.T*"!^
city in Syria near Hamath. wish.

"^,^^=1^ (arpad^srd)pr.n.wi., Xn^;?^rin-18 (^rta^sa'sta),

a son of Shem, father of xnD^'nnix xno^'nrnx, ,

the Chaldeans or Northern j^r.n.??i., Artaxerxes I. Longi-


Shemites. manus, king of Persia.

yij^. (e'rgB) / and m, w. an. P,^n^^ (aear'e'l) pr.n.m.

^,^^1^^ (prrri) pr.n.m.


n n^iN, w.s. \^ix, pi.
ni^liS^, c. nri"}N'the earth
^^ (es) f and on, w.s. "'^X,

DDt^'j< fire, heat; lightning;


[as a body of the uni-
flame of war; wrath;
verse], the earth [opposed
radiance, glitter.
to heaven]; land, ground,
soil, country, fatherland,
tTK (is) = 15^;: there is.

territory. bsiTK (^sbe'i); ptr'X


Itt^N 30 'iy^^'i<

Syria, Babylonia, Persia]


b^^^'iji (bbi"$l) pr.n.m. pi. D''Tii^'X an Arabian
tribe, descended from
"It^S (g'b^d) w the flowing
water,
Dedan.
out, discliaigc of

watered place. '*^*^^ (^Syrl') pr.n.. a native


of "I'tf^'h^ (a district in
Asher].
c. ring's outpouring; de-
clivity where mountain liriK'N ($g^ii'r) pr.n.m.

waters flow together.


l1"!trS (Jsdp'd) pr.n., one "''nVt^'X, support, prop.

of the five Philistine pr.n. of an


*^P^^^ (''slra5')

cities, Azotus, Ashdod. idol in Hamath.


n^crs = r\;im or = HTI^^S see n"J^'>^.
nVtr'x [see n-]. Li^''I2'*X (^gf's) ?n, only pi. c.

ntrs (issr) /", c. n^'N, w.s. ''VJ''^t<, foundations, ruined


remains.
woman, wife, female; with
nlnNorn^Vl^^i^eo^e-t^c and ny^K^'N^, cake, ' pan-
other; every one, each [/]. cake.

"'^t^J<, a burning, burnt- testicle.


offering, holocaust, sacri- D^StTN see DDt^" Hi.
fice.

nj^tTtS see n;i^"X.

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


nlppt?'^, cluster of grapes,
grape, raceme.
^Jti-'N (gSkp'l) pr.n.m. of
nti'iS^ step, gait; ="lit^'Xr)
c.
an Amorite; pr.n. of a
a kind of cedar [sherbin]. valley near Hebron.
IW^"- (pu'r) = "l^tf'X. TDSti^'S (,^sk^n&'z) pr.n.m. of
"^^^^|l (psu'r) pr.w. Assyria a Japhetite, son of Gomer,
[in some passages including and his race [Armenia;
13^"J< 31 ntj'N

according to the Kabbius: njC^X (^snf) pr.n. of two


Germany]. towns in Judah.
nSp'^ ($k5'r) m barter, *]J^ti^>^ (^s'a'n) pr.n. of a
ware; gift, tribute. town in Judah.
^^S (?'sgl) m tamarisk,
^^^ (&ss5'f) n, only pi.
grove, wood. D''D^'X, enchanter, ma-
D^\S* (5ge'm) and D^i^'N* gician.
(ass/m) fut. D^'^], D^N.;: nBlTiS* (^p5') /quiver.
to be guilty, to trespass; "?^>^^ {Un') only
to atone; to lie waste. /, pZ.

DEt^^'X [which is also


Ni. D^'^.J to suffer for, to
be destroyed. Hi. imp.
taken as a sing, m] dirt,

dunghill.
C^^'Nn to punish, destroy.
*^2)tJ>i< (?lsp%&'z) pr.n.w.
Dtf^iJ (5s5'm) 7n, w.s. ^^^'^
[Persian].
pi ^D\p^'>^, fault, guilt,

trespass ; trespass-offering. "'i?^^ (gsp5'r) tn a measure


for fluids, cup, portion.
Dti^N^ (5se'm) adj. guilty,

bound to atone.
ngtrs (^spro-) /, only pi.

"DtrK nt^^'^, ninitf'X, dunghill.


($smr) /, c.

*ippti^>^ (pkno'n) pr.n., one


pi. hlO*f X^, c. nlttt^'b' fault,

trespass, guilt; idol, as of the five Philistine

worshipped sinfully; tres- cities, Askalon; 'Jl'^P'^fX

pass-offering. the inhabitant.

']pti^>5 (pmU'ii) m, only pi. ^W^ (5s?i'r) to walk


D^jD^'X, darkness, desolate straight. Pi. 1,^'X to go,
place [others: fat, healthy]. lead, direct the right way;
nnDtrs,n'T3D:f'N(asrnvrr) to make happy, to pro-

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


nounce happy. Pu. "1,^'X

nibtf^'x', " pi. nlTiDt^'x, to be made happy.

night-watch [third part of 'r^V (^se'r) pr.n.m. ;


pr.n.
the night]. of a town east of Shechem.
np^tri< (esnrb) m, W.S. '^l^'i^, HfJ^K (ase'r) particle de-
lattice, window. noting relation, correspond-
Iti'X 32

ing to our pron. rel. in ^SHl^'S ($st['o'l) pr.n. of a


all genders and numbers: town in Dan ;
^n.'7Xr)tp"^,
who, which, that; also
^irpL^'S (gstp'n) pr.n.m.
opening dependent sen-
nfpnr^^X ($smp') ami
tences: that, how, because,
yipr^ti^'i^ (^gt'mp'a') pr.n. of
when; D^''"lt^"i:^ where;
a town in Judah.
Dt'D-lti'^<^vh'ence; i:r'X5
V -:
IT IV -: 5 I

where, because,, since;


pK, riS see nnx.
nii^'ND as. in so far as; ris* (^-0-) 7, iv.s. inx, p;.

1l^'h?Jp from where, since. D'^nx and D^.riX, an agri-


cultural tool : mattock, hoe
"It^S (g'bgr) w, only pi c
or plough-share.
''It^'X, happiness, bliss;

tr>,^<^ X happiness of the


ns^ (ca-_), ni< (^3-), tt;.5.

happy ^nX, "Tipx, D5ni< [properly


man, i. e. is the
9u existence, substance]
man; ^''."l^^? hail to thee,
particle denoting the de-
happy art thou.
termined accusative.
"ItrS
(osri'),
(p'sgr) in,

happiness.
w.s. nt^'X
^^^ m, 'm
w.s. ''nx, DDrJx
m [also
prep.,
\nx,
-ItrjJ, nt^S see ^'\^)$, &c.], with, at, near; nx^
from, away from.

i5N"jt^^X (ag^r'ri), n^^T^"2!<, pX see nix, and nxl


(as$r''fl5') pr.nm. "^y.^P^ (gO-b^"(Ll) pr.ri.m.

[a king
nni^^^s, HT^s (ager5') /,
of Sidon].

[i<nN'];>/. !./>/.
;iz! nll^^^'^i, Dnt^'J:^ aPhe- !^.P?(5^r)
nician goddess of prosper-
ijnx, im^. pZ. ^^nx, ^^
nnx^., nnxn [for nr.s;n],
ity [sometimes identified
Nni.T.', nx:i [for nx;j]"' to
with n'lFlti'y] ; image or
come, to come to pass, to
pillar of the goddess.
impend, to pass away; pt.
ti'^^? (ris.Vs) Hithpo.
(hio-'ost'g) to show
pi.f nrnx future things,
ti'"*L:\snn

oneself strong, firm.


coming events. Hi. ^J)"^.
[for nnxri], pi. rnn [or
rti\S see nr'iS imp. pl\ to bring.
w ^n^ -iN*3

nriiS (,ttta'), nN* m, r^N (att) (e^5'm) ;;r.n. of an


^,V^
/"., pi'on. pers. 2. sing, thou, encamiiment on the border
thyself. ^
of the Arabian desert.

VyiT}^ = iyj}^i see VT


(l^mp'l), ^^0J< (g^mu'l)
(fcfy. formerly, of old,
linK (a.Vn) /, c. llnX^,
yesterday.
/>Z. riiJriN., she-ass.
ni^K see Dnx.
"riiS (^ttr) == r;ix thou [/].
n^*?*^ (^^n?') / reward.
p'^riS (attl'k) [also pinX] w, (^^nf) pr.n.m.
V*?^
j?Z. D"'p.\7lS, portico, gallery.

Qf?^ (atte'm) w, HJnX


[ninX] (atte'na) and "]nX reward, harlot's hire.
(^tte'n) /, pron. pers. 2. pZ. Q^"^*?*^ ("^ari'm) pr.n. of a
you, yourselves. place in southern Palestine.

^ the second letter of the


alphabet, called n"'3 (beO-) c. 'niix5 [once nnx?],
= n^3. tent; as a numeral pit, w^ell.
= 2 or 2000.
"IfS^ (b^'f'r) ^r.w. of several
^ (b) prefix or inseparable
places.
prep.\ combined with the
def. art. 5, 3, 5, ws. ""S,
U^"^^ IKn (bS'e'r eli'm)

^1, ^?, ^2, '"^? &c., in, ^>r.w. of a place on the


at, to, on, among, w^ith, border of Moab [well of

towards; according to, by, the heroes].

because
nK2
of. ^::^"i
''P^
-is^ (b^'c'r nmy
(bl'g;') / entrance. ro'i') pr.n. of a w^ell in the

"^i!:^? (brU'r) Pi. "1X5, imp. desert {prop, well of the


1N|1 to engrave, to ex- living, i. e. God, looking
plain. upon me].
Hebrew-English.
V2\^' IN? 34 nn

Vltif^ nS2 (b''e'r s^'W) pr.n. ,?? (bfb^'y) pr.n.m.

of a welland place on the


^^^ (bfbg'l) pr.n.f., tv. loc.

southern frontier of Pa- n n^n^, Babylon; Baby-


lestine [prop, well of the lonia including Persia
oath]. [prop, gate of God].
ISn see "lin. '^^ (b%) i food [or booty].
s-;s2, nns^ (b^'tr^j

to act secretly, to deceive,


rilnS2 (b^'crp'O-) pr.n. of a cheat, betray, forsake, fall
town in Benjamin; ge>it. off; pt. pi. On^lh the re-

creant, impious.

"1^2; (bg'^gd) m, w.s. ''*.?3

b'nf y?l*ak5'n) pr.n. of an [without dagesh],;)Z. C^^?,


encampment in the desert. once nn^?, c njl?, cover-
ing, garment, dress, robe,
' jtSll (b''er;') pr.n.m.
cloth; concealment, malig-
^^5 (^?^'^'^) t^ ^^ ^oul or nity, robbeiy,
loathsome, to stink. Ni. nl"!^! (boVdo'O-) flpl. faith-
ty'NiJ
I :

to make oneself
lessness, treachery.
stinking, 1. e. hated. Ei.
ty'^N?n, fut. ^''i<:^l to make 1u2 (bjgp'd) arfj., only f

stinking, loathsome, hated,


nii^S, faithless, treacher-

defamed. HUh. tTNt^nn ous.

to become odious. "I^!!! (bl^v,'y) pr.n.m. [Per-

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


sian].

(by's5'm) stench, stink. b^^^ see ^."^4.

ti^h^^ (b5'p's) 7n, only pi. Sn^2 (blgO-ftO pr.n.m. [Per-


W^i^^ unripe, useless sian]; also injl?.
grapes.
"T?* (biiid) [from 1^2] 77J,

nrf'sn (by-sr) / foui plant, pi. D^^S, c. \\i3, separa-


weed. tion, separable part ["f,5? *^5

n?? (b5br) /, c. r22, apple part by part, at equal


[of the eye], pupil. parts]; pi. parts of the
12 bn2

body, limbs; parts of a t'l^ m, only


(biidf'l) c. 715,
tree, branches, poles, bars; part, flap [of the ear].
12^* adv. separately, apart,
besides, except, alone
r\21^ (bMp'lae^) m bdellium,
an aromatic resin [accord-
''1757 I alone, by myself.
ing to the Eabbins pearls]. :

12^ (hU) m, pi. D^m5,


j3r (bdg;'n) pr.n.m. [for
white linen, linen clothes. j

15* ra, Vir^ - l^^^y, or


(bU) m, only;??. "'^5,
jT-j^ = llti^'^^^"].
idle talk, prattle; prater,
pl2, (b?[drk) inf. p'i'^,^, to
braggart, liar.
repair, rebuild.
812 (bad?') pt. w.S. CXnS
to invent [in
pljl (b^'dek) m, i.p. p*3,
for Q?$1^,
an evil sense], to lie. tt'-5.
'^iJ?.15,
I'ent, cleft, gap
dilapidation.
"112 (bfd^L'd) pt. n"ll3 to be
"1|P"I3, (bidk^r) pr.n.m.
separated, to be lonely,

solitarv^ ^nS (bo'hu) i [always pre^

11^ (bfdi'd) m separation; ceded by ^HH], emptiness


adv. [also 1^^*?] sepa- chaos.
rately, alone.
^15 (b^'hat) m a marble
I
2^ (b^d,'d) pr.n.m. like stone, alabaster.
^12 see n. T'nS (bg^hl'r) acZ/. shining

^T 1,?'
(bed'^y?') pr.n.m. bright.

b">'12 (b'dl'l) m, pi. D\'?n?, ^nS (b^h^i) M. ^n?;, fut


lead-alloy [mixed with 7113";, to be terrified

silver], tin. frightened, perplexed; to

^yi (b5d?L'l) Ni. 7'n^^, fut. be quick, overhasty; to

7l3^, to separate oneself, flee; pt. f H^H?^ sudden


to be separated or selected. destruction. PL 7n3, inf
El $^^^n, fut. b'j]:^!, bn^, fut. br\2] to frighten,

^".51L, pt. ^''Ti^'^, to sever,


confound, perplex; to ac-

separate, divide, discern, celerate, to do in haste.

select, distinguish, shut Pu. v'HS to be hastened,


out. pt. t'nhp gotten in haste.
3*
n^?,3 3G n
b^.

~Bi. '?'n:;n, /<. T^n?: to \inf. it;.s.] till thy coming,


frighten, to scare away. till one comes; to come to
n^n5(brh5l?')/,P^- ^"1^:^.5,
pass; to go, to travel.
friglit, terror, sudden de- Hi. ^<^nn, r^nn, w.s.

struction.
^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,
nlon^j
*

niDqn' beast,
c'
to come in, to lead in, to
brute, mammal, tame or
bring in, to put in; to
wild animal.
lead; to offer, to bring on.
n^iDnS
as a sing.],
(b^hcmp'-9-)

c.
VI

riltpHB hip-
[used
Ho. i^.^*'"^? ^- ^^^9- f
ns^n.";!, pt. snio to be led
popotamus, Nile-horse.
in, to be brought, to be
^712 (bo'hgn) /; pz. niJri? put in.

[from lln?] thumb, big toe. T*l2 (bciz) and pi. 13


pf.
jU^ (bp'h^n) pr.n.vi.; j^vjt. [15], fid. "tu; to despise,
of a place in Benjamin. disdain, treat with con-
tempt.
pn? (bp'hCik) VI a whitish
breaking-out on the skin. Tia (buz) in contempt,
scorn, derision.
^in? (b^h^'rgO-) /, pi.
nj (byz) pr.n.vi., an Ara-
nlins, white spot on the
bian tribe; gent. ^J.13
[also
skin.
pr.n.ml].
nrjt^ns = -"ii^Dtrn?, see
ni12 (byzri') / object of
nr^^' Ho.
contempt.
NIS (bp) p/. and ft. N3
(b$vv5,'y) j>r..7n. [peril.
W.pl. also ^n for 1JN3],
*|j[^

Persian].
inf. i<l3_, Nn, im;,. NU
[S3], \S-1, 1N3, /W. Sh^, T]^2 (buc^) M-. Tjinj, ;><. r,hJ,

KlZl^, IZl^, to go in, step pl. D"'P?^, to be confused,


in, to enter, to turn in, to bewildered, to go astray.
alight, to set [of the sun];
A2^ (bul) m produce, fruit;
to come, arrive; Jj^^b "7^2
branch, bouah.
^13 37 I- r

T>']'2^ (bcil) in month


eiglith in waiting. PH. ^'VJ\2,

of the ohl Hebrew year to make ashamed, to dis-

[November to December]. appoint expectation, to

*]"1^ see V3.


keep waiting. Hi.'^^'lT}^

IT
(buna') pr.n.m.
l.sing. mT\\*2:^'yr[__ (hoi,i5p'-9-y),
Ji^ (bunni') pr.n.m.
fut. L^^'^Z;, pt.' tJ^'^ZJp to
D*Q (bvB) fut. on;, ;>. 2^^. confound, deceive, disap-
D^pn [for D^DB] to tread point; to act shamefully;
down, to crush. Pit. intr. to be ashamed, dis-
CDi3 to tread down, appointed. Hith. 'uyj^^nriM
trample on, profane. to be ashamed.
Ho. pt. D^ID to be crushed ntj>^2 (busa) / shame, dis-
under foot. Hith. pt.f grace.
nDpur;ir.? to be trodden
Ta (baz) m, w.s. nT? (bizza'h),
down, to be abandoned to
booty, prey.
kicks.
yi^ ^^5 (baza') to cut through,
(bfiB) byssus, a m
fine white cotton or linen flow through.
texture. nn (b5z5') fut. ni:^:, ip;j^

y^^lS (bpBe'B) pr.w. of a rock. pt. n]3, p?. rt/.5. ^l_Z, pt. p.

np^ll (byka) / devastation, ^in to despise; intr. to be

desolation.
contemptible. A7. p<.

(bpke'r) m herdsman,
ni^J to be despised. Hi.
"1JP_"12
shepherd.
inf. riil^n to make con-
temptible.
112 (bpr) m, pi. niib pit,

hole; cistern, well; dun-


nn (bazo') ad}.., only c. HI?
despised.
geon, grave.
n'l^ (bizz5') / booty, prey,
tril (bos) pf. tJ'n, ti^n, inf.
spoil.
and imp. C'l3, ^'3, fut.
C'n.^, ir^'lnx to be or feel
TH (baza'z) m/. U, fut. "ih;,

ashamed, to be confounded, ^f. 11.13, p. p. lilD, to

to be disappointed; ^'IH 1!; plunder, spoil, rob, get as


till they were disappointed booty. M. lilJ, iuf ITZ",
n^ ^

"113^ to be plundered. (b^'d^$n) m watch-tower.


fut. IP?
- Pu. TI? to be robbed.
"in-? (bp'd^^n) m trial, proof
*)"i^J2 (bIzz5yB'n) m contempt.
[see also ]r\^ Pu-]',
n^Tll^t^ (bizyp'^'y^') pr.n. ]'n'2 *]5,^^ tried stone, head-
of a place in Judah. stone, corner-stone.

pjn (baz^'k) m lightning. "Ip^ (bje^^'r) imp. in?, /wf.

ptl (h^'z^k) jyr.n. of a town in^^ p^ p. liHS, pZ. c.

in northern Palestine. "Iin? to prove, try, choose,

in (b$z,Vr) fut. ^']T. and select, distinguish, prefer,

Pi. T2 to scatter.
like, love. i\i. "Ip^J to
be chosen, preferred, to be
Sjnn (blzO-fO pr.n.m. [Per-
pleasing. Pu. Ip^ to be
sian].
chosen.
*|1n2 (bad)tyn) m [adj.] trier
Dnra see Dn-n?.
of metals.

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


^"ini (bj^yrl'm) pr.n. of

VJinj5, watch-tower. a town between Jerusalem


and Jericho; gent. ''piiriS,
"l^ni [for liH^] (ba^a'r)

youth, young man, adult Stjn (b^rO Pi. N,i^:?, /.

fit to bear arms, young i<p2] to talk idly.


warrior.
nt^l (b5ti'c^) mp. nt:5, ^^
D^yi^ntil (b^^url'm) mlpl. and
nt:?^ pt. ni?ii, /'nnpn,
nlnini (b^c^urp'a-) f/pi. age
pf. p. nitps, to attach one-
of youth,
self, to trust, to confide
in [5, W, ^5^]; to feel

secure, to be careless.
chosen, elect., Hi. n^p?n, fut. ni:?:. pt.

(b5^i]l'n) fut. n''P5^ to make secure


IP? ii/?. ini,
]'n2) to try, prove, test, and fearless, to inspire
examine, purify. Ni. with confidence.
IpZlJ to be tried. Pu. ntD2* (h^'U^) m, i.p. HD^
"inb the test is made. security, safety, confidence
ntD3 n^n

n*tPj5!7 and np3 adv. se- Q.], p. 'j''2I? to make in-

curely, carelessly. telligent; to make under-


stood; to instruct, teach;
ntpH^ (h^'XU)) pr.n. of an
Aramsean town. like Q. to perceive, mark,

nntp:a (bitt^5') / and TinL^n


understand, know. Hith.

pisnn to perceive, mark,


(bittfE^o'n) m confidence,
to attend to; to be sen-
hope.
sible.
mntpi (b$u^p'^) flpl se-
j;!2 (b,'yin) m [st. abs. not
curity [see also rilPltp].
used], c.V?(b?n),<iH.D.V.'5,
'T't^l (b^it^'i) to cease, to rest.
pi n1:^5, w.s. V.'5, n-^^'5,
^jnir?, interstice, space
between; D?p."'5 ^""^ me-
ijpill, belly, womb, the in-

most part, bottom of the diator, champion; c. ^^


heart; belly-shaped pro- adv. between, among; *|"'3^

tuberance on pillars. from between.

rijpl n^l^ (bin?') /, c. n:^n, pZ.


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

sight, prudence.
D*'_^tD2 (b^tpnl'm) pr.n. of a
n^^^ (beB5') /, only pi
town in Gad.
D^;i^5, egg.
*i'3,
(bl) particle of entreaty
my
^^5 iU'ylr) = IN?.
I pray; ^p^ ^5 pray,
n^^!Il (bir?') /castle, citadel,
Lord!
fortress; palace, temple;
*l^:a [])2] (bin) imp. V3, /-^^
chief city.
1''2^, p^'^1 to discern, per-

ceive, observe, pay atten- n'^DT^ (bl'rinl'O-) /, only

tion, understand, know. pi nrJTS, castle, fortress.

Ni. lin:, 1. sing. ^nlJ?^, ^^^ (b*'yi^) m, t>. n^n, c.

pt. ]'\^^ to be intelligent, n^5, tt/. Zoc. n nn)n and


knowing. PH. ^.13 to nn^|n, ^jz. D\nn (bati'm or
heed. Z^i. V;?^, inf.]'2r\^ blttl'm), c "'P? (bfte') tent,
inn, mp. inn, irnn p:^,? hut, house, mansion; pa-
or Q.], M. V.n;, p.;i [or lace, temple; dwelling-
n>3 io ^.T-?

place; receptacle, place "liy? '3 Moab; "I^IJ '3


in
where things are found; in the mountains of Judah
interior [opp. ^^H]; nri)3 ]i<*^' '3, ]'2f '2 in Manasseh,

towards the inside, within; in the valley of the Jordan,


n^'SP from within; afterwards Scythopolis;
family, household, race, tJ^'Di^' '3 on the border of

descendants. Judah and Dan, gent.

ypt^'n-n^3, also in
ri^2 ill compound proper
Naphtali and in Issachar
names of places: "jl^^ '3 in
[see lis]; mCH '3 in
Benjamin; hi^'n'n, ^Sn^5
Judah.
on the border of Benjamin
1^11 {h\H'n) m, c. |n^3
and Ephraim; V'V9 ^^^?-^-
house, palace.
in Reuben; ^^^']rl'-l in Si-
meon; ni2 '2 [perh. for ^^^ (him') m, pi. D^S??,
niDV. '5] phice of passage,

ford on the Jordan; "1^4 '3 tree [others: mulberry-


in Jiidah; "P'l^O^ '3 in Moab; tree]; ND3n p^y [for

"juM '3 in J ml ah and in ri33] valley of weeping.

Asher; ^'9^':" '2 in Moab HDl (b5c^r) inf. 133, nb3,


[Reuben];' 0^1,^^ '2 in niD^, fut. n5?% "3^1, pt.
'3
Jiulah; pn'l'P'j near pi. Dp3 to weep, to shed
Jerusalem; n'!3!'ipr[ '3 in tears. Pi. pt. f n^3p to
Simeon; IJ^' - in Judah bewail.
orDan; V'"]n'3 in Ephraim;
^7,5 (b^'^) weeping.
ID '3 near Mizpah; Qn*?/3
"T1D:1, "1^2 (b'c^p'r) ad).
in Judah, Bethlehem,
gent, ""pn^n n^3; sn^'p'3
first-born [of men and
beasts], eldest son.
citadel of Shcchem [see
Xi^P]; 'pvr2'2 at the foot 11^11 (bikkv'r) w, only pi.

of Hermon; py '3 on Dni^3, Dnp3, c. ni23


mount Lebanon; niJy '3 in first-fruits, firstlings, early

Judah; nJ>* '3 in Naphtali grapes or com.

^'V'^l} ^^2% '^ bftween nn^^n (bikkur^), n";ii:j3

Jezreei and Samaria; (b^kkyr^') / early fig.


miDn 41

nn lD2i (b^d^pr,'-9') pr.n.m. up, to spread; intr. to

burst forth in splendour.


niD^ (b^c^u'-a-) f weeping-.
^p2 (b^c^r) )H, i.p. ''pB, ^v.s.

">^2^ weeping, lamentation; prn.m.


dripping [of water in a ']jr^ (bild^'d) pr.n.m.
mine]
D''p2 (boc^i'm) jrr.n. of a n'r?^ to be worn out,
place near Gilgal. wasted, rotten; to decay.
I'lpj {hml'r) adj., only / n. n^3, inf. ni^n, fut.

n7^?5, first-born. '"^,^5) to consume, wear


n^ps (b^c^ro-) / = ^??. out, use, waste.

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


young male camel. pi D7|l, n1^3 old, worn
out, consumed.
"1?J^ (be'c^er);
n?n (boc^^rQ')

''TD21 (bidfirl') pr.n.m.


n^^ (b5l9,'h) Pi j;. pi. m
D ^n 7 3 p to terrify, frighten
riTD!!! (bid^rg;') / young
female camel. T\TfTi (b<maha')/'.pZ.riin-'5,
nnbn, nniDi (b^c^orr) /, c. nlrij^Z, fright, sudden
pi nllD?, "
first -birth, terror, death.

primogeniture. nnpl (bilh?') pr.n.f.

^5 (bai) particle of nega- (bilhgi'n) pr.n.m,.


tion: not, not yet, hardly,
U^^h^ \n'pb^\ (b^loyi'm)
that not.
mlpi, only c. )t>^, ""Nl^?
^2 (bel) m Belus, the highest
rags, worn out clothes.
god of the Babylonians
[from bv^ Lord]. -l^K^^tD^l (beltsaBB^r)
pr.n.m. [Chaldean surname
(barad^'n) pr.n.m., a
I*^^??
of Daniel].
Babylonian king.

n;^;rKb2 see 1.^n;^>3. r ? (^'^i') "* annihilation,


perdition , nothingness
used as a particle of ne-
pt. ^y^^ to cause to flash gation: no, not, without,
b^b^ 42 ^Pr?

un^; ^,'75'? without; ^,'??P .


V,^?. M- V,^?l and
because "not; ^.'p? "I^ till Ilith /< VzSH' to be de-

not; ''b^ bv. because not stroyed.

y^2* (b$'U\') wi, t.p. V^2,


7^3, (b'^li'l) on farrago,
t^.s. ""^Vr? something swal-
mixed fodder.
lowed; a swallowing, de-
n^^^n (h'nlmii) f [from "h^
struction.
and T\6\ nothing.
V^'^. (b^.'l^') pr.n.m.. patron.
^y.^r'? (b^ibT.^"$0 "i worth-
= pr.n. of a town,
lessness, good-for-nothing- 1^ i >

perdi- afterwards called Zoar


ness, wickedness ;

tion; wicked man; de- D>m


stroyer. IV^^ (b^ll'^'d), -?V9
772 (b5ii'i) fut. b'2^\ (va>T5'- (bIl%Vd) only pi. c. 7.v,'r?,

boO, i.7>z. r^^), [for y^j,


nV;:], p. p." ''p^^n, to without, except; ''ilVf^P
flow, to be moistened; tr. apart from me, without
to pour over, to mix, to my being concerned, be-

confound; to give fodder sides me.

^'')^'$\. Hith. fut. bb\'2,'7;\\ u^7!II (bll's'in) pr.n.m. pr.n:;

to mix oneself. of a town in Manasseh.


UTI (b^l^'ra) inf. Dl^5 to
(baUVk) ^^ p,^i3 to
R^?
bind, bridle, check. destroy, to waste. Pn. pt.

pr*? (bfl^'fi) p. D^in to p^^np to be laid waste.


cultivate sycamore-figs by
p72 (b5l5'lc) pr.n.m. [king
nipping.
of the Moabites].
V.^5 (brii^'O M. V,^^^ to

swallow, devour, eat up. **ri7!Il [c. of a not used

A'i. V^^nJ to be destroyed


n^3] (blur) acZi'. not;prp.

or overcome. Pi. y,^5, without, besides, except


conj. besides that, unless.
imp. y.h, /. y,^n; to

swallow up, devour; to


''p*^?^ with inf not to,

destroy; V.t^r like a swal-


so that" not,; ^p^?P be-

cause not; ''n^5"'^y till not.


lowing, i. e. for a moment.
nD3 43 ^n
n::a (bg[nf') in/, nj^, niJ5,
c. n1^3 and ''H'i^S, w.s. /w^. nn:, inn, pt. mii, ^^
'piDS, height, hill, eleva- j9. '^n^ /. n;u5, to build,
tion; stronghold; height form, develop, erect; to

destined for unla^^ul wor- cover with buildings; to

ship; grave-mound, torah- repair, to rebuild; to edify


hill. [to make prosperous]. A7.
^null n;5J, inf. ninn, fut. njs:
(bimh9.'l) pr.n.m.
to he built, restored; to
rilUJ- (bamo''9-) fjpl., pr.n. get issue.
of a place in Mo ah [iden- I^ja = ^JXn, see Nl3.
tical with bV2 nitp2].
^^yi (binnu'y); ^J3 (b5nl');

''^3 (bunni') pr.n.m.


>J5, w.s. *^^?, ^;?.
V.| p^^"*'p.2' (b^nf'-b^ra'k) pr.n.
Ui?, pi 0^3, c. "^:?, son.
of a place in Dan.
child, hoy, young one
rViyi (b^nay?'), ^n^^? (l''^?-
[Dnx ;;.5 used as p?. of
y5'hu) pr.n.m.
D^K, children of man.
n^i^^ (biny5') / building.
mankind] grandson, grand-
;

child, descendant; pupil; |^2l!!l (binyf'n) m building.


suhject, disciple, favourite. 1J*JI1 (b^ni'nv) pr.n.m.
p with following suhst. S^:i or .Ti;:^2 (bin'r);
noun supplies the place of nnlD5 (b^CB'd^yr); ^D5
adjectives: n\:^' tr'!pn ]^
(bcB,'y) pr.n. VI.
five years old; ]^\2f 15
ID'I (be'figr) and lOb
fat, stout.
(bp'B^r) m, coll unripe
1^ (ben) pr.n.m. grapes.

'ip'iS"*]^ [= Vp;:|2] (ben-oar ); '^^ (b^"ad) in, c. "T^n, t^-S-

Sin-j^ (bgn-'hada'd); "p^p-j^ '^yn, flT^^' interval,

(ben-^^'yil); pn-p (ben- distance; j^rgj?. behind,


^anfn); [VP^^n]
after, through, around,
l^^'l^
(bgn - ygmi'ii) ,
patron. among; in favour of, for.

\r^T|3: pr.n.m. "ry? see niy.


^.v?
44 ri^

nyi (br$') imp. v^^, fid.


Baal of the Covenant,
ny?1 to make bubble up, nn] '1 B. of the Flies

to boil; to desire, covet, [keeping off vermin],


demand, ask. Ni. HV^J, 1iV?':3 B. of Denudation.
pt. ny?J to swell [to a In pr.n. of places:

bulge], to project; to be
searched. ntr'^'ptf'^n, &c.

I :
(^''9'r) pr.n.m.

D^'n^yi (bi"M^rm) mjpl mistress, owner; pr.n. of

terror, anguish. some places.

f"!^ (bp"$z) pr.n.m.; name


nlby^ (b='5lp'0-) //;.?., pr.n.

of a bronze pillar in front of a town in Judah.

of the temple. ^:??^?(b^'^iy5drO;n;^y3


t^V^ (brci't) fut. t:,y;i:, to (b^'^iyr); D\^y3 (bin'-airfij
tread down, to kick, jerk. pr.n.m.

**f^? (b^T) in prayer. n^^5 (bi^'ftla'O-) pr.n. of a


"l^j;^ (bS'i'r) w co^^ cattle.
town in Dan.

]V^ pr.n. = liyp.

^,yb, p. p. / n^iy^ to be
N^yn, HOT (b^'anr)
master, to rule, possess, pr.Ji.ju.

Ni.
^

marry. fut. "rV^n to ^^V (br&'r) /. iy?>, p^


be married, to be taken to
wife. <r. to burn; t?/r. to burn, to
be on fire, to be consumed
W.S. ^,'?y3, p^. D^^V^, c.
by fire. Pi. lyn, fut.

y.V^, master, lord, pos- *l,y5;, to kindle, bum, con-


sessor, owner, husband, sume, destroy. Pu. pt.

citizen, burgess, inhabi- TpO to be kindled. //t.

tant; aspr.n.m.the supreme l^,vin, fut. t;?:i, pt.

Syro-Phenician deity [pi. 17?^, to kindle, bum,


the different appearances consume, destroy.
of the god]; nn? ^^3
nv3 45 ^.1^3

lyb, to be stupid, brutish. (b^B^iYi); ni^^3


Ni. pt. iy?J to become (bCiBlu'o)-) pr.n.m.
stupid or bad.
y^5 (baBi^'O in/, yifl, fut.
^y^ (^*"^^i") ' stupidity; v;h), pt. V*i'2, to cut off,
adj. stupid, brutish. to break; to get un-
SnyS (b^'arli') pr.n.f. righteous gain, to over-

nny2, burn-
reach. Pi. fut. V]i^] to
(b^'???') / fire,
cut off, rob; to complete,
ing.
finish.
Nti;^y2 (b.'s5') pr.nm.
y^s (be'Br) m, w.s. iv'^?,
nirit^ys (b^'gst'Tr) pr.n. curtailment, unjust gain,
of a town in Manasseh. profit, lucre, covetousness.

riys (b5'L'^) Ni. ny?;! to pj^2^ (baBe'k) to swell up.

be frightened. Pt. Ht??,


(bfBe'k) m, w.s. Ipji.?,
P^'2^
/. nVn;, ;;. / rt;.s. ^HV^P dough.
[nnv.bp]" to overtake,
T\'p^^ (bQBkaO-) pr.n. of a
frighten, strike with fear.
town in the plain of Judah.
nriyil (b^'a^a') / terror.
"1^5 (baB^r) fut. "l'^?:, to
y^ (bpB) m mud, mire. cut off; to gather grapes
njil (biBBa') /, i^?.
IV. s.
[pt. 112l3 vintager]; to
rnN'iin [for vni^j3],
diminish, shorten; see also
swamp. 11123. Ni. fut. 1122^ to
I^^l (b^Bu'r) adj., /nilli?, be cut off, prohibited.
cut off, steep, inaccessible, Pi. inf. 1,^5 to make steep,
impregnable. to fortify.

"1^^2, (b'By'r) w, perh. -= n"^2* (be'Bgr) and 1^?


"1^5 [or from "1*12]. (b^'Brr) ju, pi. Q^l^?, ore
)*^ (beB^'y) pr.n.m. of gold and silver.

"ll-iin (baBI'r) m, c "IV^?,


"1^2* (bg'Ber) fr.n. of a
cutting of grapes, vintage. town in Reuben.
"P'^l (b^'Bgl) m, only pi. niiin* (bgBi-r) / fold,
Dv^^, onion. fence.
11^? 46 f^li??

riT.'^lS* (byBr?') pr.n. of the to force one's way. JJith.

chief town of the Edomites yj^^On to be cleft, rent.

[Bostra]. Vp^ (brkr) m half, half-


r\y2 (biiBBru'5') and n"l'lf5 shekel.
(b,iBBo-'rgO-) /, pi. niTiS, r\V^^ (bik'r) f pi. nivi??,
deficiency, want, lack of
fissure, wide valley, plain.
rain, drought.
ppn (bFk^'k) pt. pp.is, to
^in^? (blBBsrp'n) m fortress,
empty, unpeople, deprive;
stronghold.
to grow luxuriantly. A^i
pSfp^, p^?i^? (b^kbu'lc) ni
p2l inf pl2n, fut. P^]
bottle.
to be emptied out, to be
npnp? (b,^kbyky5'); "1|?-5I?5 poured out. Po. pp."i3

(b^kbakk^^'r); "[T;^ (bukkr); to depopulate.


^iT|?]!l (bilkklyy^'hu) pr.n.m. "Ip5 (b^kil'r) Pi. Ip3, inf
"Ip.?] to examine,
?^i?? (b^krr) t, only pi.
"1p.5, fi(t.

D^V^p?, c. 'V;!??, cleft, to look after, to consider


rent, breach. w^ith pleasure; to judge,
punish.

yjP^, to cleave, sever, burst "^p^" (^It^'r) wi [and /]. c.

open; to invade; to split "lp.5, pi. [rare] D^p?, coll.

in brooding. Ni. Vp.5^, plough - cattle , horned


fut. V^-^^i to be cloven, cattle, oxen, cows; IJ^S "j?

torn, broken, opened; to calf, heifer.

burst forth; to be hatched npl see ipi3.


[break the shell]; to be
"Ipi (bo'kgr) m, pi. Dnp?,
taken by storm. -^ Pi.
morning, morning - tinu'.
V.'^.^i^.pl.-^Vlr^lfut.Vl'^]
dawn; the next morning;
to cleave, split, rend, open,
hatch. Pu. pt. Vjp^np
adv. to-morrow, early, soon.

to be rent, to be stormed.
nnpl (bi:ikk5ri') / care,

Hi. inf. V'l^.'^ri, fut. pi superintendence.

nJ);i^p?J, to open [a town, n"]p2 (bikkp'r?9-) /judicial

to storm]; to break thruugh. inciuiry, punishment.


tt^pn 47 ninn

irj^^S (bikrs) Pi. ti^'P, /< 1^2 (b^r^Vd) to hail.

t^|^5^ p^ ^0 seek,
^Ir-5'? 1^2 (bfra'd) m hail, hail-
to search for, to investi-
stone.
gate; to aim at; to require,
demand, ask. Pu. ^'j^?,
1^2 (hQ.To a) adj., pi. D^'i:^^
spotted, pied.
flit. ti'iT?^ to be sought.
" J^ (bg'r^d) pr.n. of a place
nf^*|^!2 (b$kk55') / request.
in the desert of Shur.
"12* (bCir) and 13 (b^r) m
''"2 (b5r5') imp. pi. H?,
corn, grain; corniiekl.
to decide, choose, select.
12,^ (br) ??i, iv.s. ''1?, son.

12, (b?ir) adj.^ i.p. "1?, /


nn2^ (b^rr) fut. n^5^ to
niS, chosen, pure, clear. eat, to feed. Pi inf
sincere; empty.
nils to eat. Hi. inf

^2* ni"]5n, fut. ni?^ to give


see "lis.
to eat.
"12^ [once 1i3] (bpr) m
M T ( b5ru'<ii ) 'pr.n.m.
purity, innocence; salt of I

'

[blessed].
lye, alkali.
D1"]2 (b^rp'm) m,pl. Q^P"i1|,
^^^2 (b^r?') inf. N13, imp.
party-coloured cloth, da-
Nl?, /u. N15^ pt. N,13
'

mask.
to create, form, make,
produce. Ni. J^l?'?, inf.
ti^1"]2 (bWs) m, pi. ^ss'ni,
Nllin to be created, to be cypress, pine; spear of

made. Pi. N13 to cut. cypress wood; musical

cut down; to engrave, instrument.

carve. n"i")2 (b^ro'^) = t^'"!"]!.

iSn2^(b5rr) Ei.infK'''^^r2 ri^"j2 (b^rti'^) / food, nour-


to fatten. ishment.
Tin><n2 see Tjlip.
^P '^J?^ (be'rpO-l') pr.n. of a
'',^**^ j2 (brfy5') pr.n.m. town in Syria [perh.

12^2 (b^rbv'r) m, only pi Berytus].

Dn?-!5, fat bird, fowl nin2 (birzo'^) or n:'T.i2-

[capon or goose]. (birz.'yid-) pr.n.f.


^n3 48 nD"i2

T'T"!^ (bgirzg'l) m iron, iron nV")? (bMY) pr.n.m.\


tool, fetter. patron. ''.Vl?.

(h^Tzlll^'y) pr.ii.vi. H'l'IS (b^ri'O-) / determina-


,l! J^
tion, stipulation, covenant.

n*""!! (bprl'O-) f salt of lye,


ni5, /. ni?: to fiee, to
run away, to escape; to vegetable alkali.

go through. Hi. H'^l^n, "^n? (b?rrrf)) /. T]15^ to

pt. nn^o to put to flight, bend the knee, to kneel


to drive away; to make [a down; to bless, praise;
bolt] go through. 2)t. p. T]i"]2 blessed, praised.

nnn (b^rfae^) [nnS] adj.,


Ni. "H?^ to be blessed.

pi. D"'n''13, swift, fleeing,


Pi. -1.5, inf. ^13, fut.

fugitive. *i^?:' *P.?? to


;^- bless,
to praise; to pray to, to
invoke, to ask a blessing;
a native of D"'iri3.
to greet; to curse. Pu.
7!" (I'Crr) pr.ii.m. Tjlb, r^^2tp
pt. to be
nn* (b'Ti') adj., f nn? blessed, praised. Hi. fut.
[,T15] see Nns. *^.?-!l to make kneel down.
*i"in* see n.
Hith. ^ISrin to be
blessed, to bless oneself.
Nni (b^ri') adj., f nxn.? ^")5 (bg'r^d;) /, du. [denoting
[nn? = nn?], pz. \sn?, also p/.] D:,5.13, c. ^D"j3,
/ riixn?, fat, fattened,
""D"]?. knee, lap.
thick, stout.
'
f!7p J^ (bn-Jiid^'e'l) pr.n.m.
niS*)"]! (b^ri'^O / a thing
created, a novelty.
;>;. ni3-i5, c. nTD-j^,
^^1? (biryi') / food.
blessing, benediction, bene-
n^^s (b^ri'a^) w, see nin. fit, favour, peace; a happy
or blessed man.
c. ^nn?, bar, bolt. '
'i^T^r* (b'r^c^^i') pr.n.m.
Q*""!^ (bfri'm) ;>r.n. of a !^.?"1.? (b'rfc^ri') /, c. nD"i-i,

place. ^^^ f^"i9*i?, pond, pool.


n'2i2 49 h}^'^

n^^D"12 (b^rgc^ya') and ^P"l!!l (bc'ro9a'y) pr.n. of a

inp"13. (bg'rgd^yic'hu) pr.7i.ni. city in Syria = nPllS


nit^^2, (b^fio'r) 2>'-^- of a
^312 see ^''Ip^.
brook near Gaza.
Vjf^ (b^'r,') pr.n.m.
nnit^^s see nnii'^.
pT.2 (b5ri]L'k) inf. pil? to
Dti^2, (b5B5'm) w balsam-
send forth lightning.
shrub.
p^2,* (b5r5'k) VI splendour, Dt^^S (breem) and D*/n
flash of lightning. (bo'egra) m, pi D"'t?^5

pn2. (b^ir^'k) pr.n.m.


sweet scent , fragrance,
balsam-scent; aromatic
DipnS (barkp'B) pr.n.m.
spice; also = D,^^.
^p"l5 (b^rka'n) m, only pi. npt^*!2 (ba'B^ma'O-) pr.n.f
CPJ^in thorns; threshing- 1g'2 (baea'r) Pi. 1*^5, p.
sledge. nti'np, ni^'np
/ to an-
npn^ (b^i-rkea-) and nounce, esp. to bring good
np.13 (b5r^-ka'^-) f a pre- news, to tell glad tidings.
cious stone, emerald. Bith. "1^^*50^ to receive

nn^J (b^rcar) fn/". "15, w.S. good tidings, to be told


Dli^', i5, p. Ills to se- good news.
parate, secrete, single out, ntf*2 (baBa'r) on, c. 1^*3,

choose; to cleanse, purify, pi on ^5 flesh [of men


polish; to prove. Ai. and beasts], body, living
13J, imp. nnn, fut 121 creature; man, mankind;
pt. "12^, to keep oneself blood-relation ; skin, pu-
pure. Fi. inf. "1^2 to denda.
purify. Hi. inf. i.p. "I.^v', nnt^S (b^fipra') / glad tid-

imp. "1,5(77 to clean, polish. ings, message of good;


^iJi. iisnn, fut. iinri: reward for good news.
and inn^ i2>. inn: to Vt^!2 (bfssi'l) intr. to boil,

purify oneself, to show seethe, ripen. Pi. '^,^'5,

oneself pure. fid. 7}^!2^. tr. to boil, cook,

y\U\^ (birsg,") pr.n.m. roast. Pu. pL '^.tS^'^P to

Hebrew-Encrlish. 4
50

be boiled. M. ^^^H to measure for liquids, tenth


make ripe. part of alDn.

^W^ (b55ri) adj., f H^*^"?,


"^f^? (b^O-r) and nrs (b$tt$')
boiled, cooked, pi. mr^S, something cut
/,
^t^n, 'h^r^, "(p^irn see off, precipice, cliff; end,
^
ruin, desolation.

Q'J^? (blsl^'m) ^r.n.m. ^?!^''^? (b^a-Crt'l) pr.n.m.

jf^2, (b^gg'n) j[>r.7i. of a


fertile country on the 2>Z. niT'ir^. chaste maiden
eastern side of the Jordan. virgin, bride.
Bashan or Batansea.
D^t'-ini (b^'^CiU'ra) vi'pl, c.
Ht^? (bgsn?') f shame. ''^.'^P^, virginity, maiden-
ntri (b9's$^) f, w.s. ''P^^'^ hood.
(bystr) shame, disgrace; a (bI0-y5') pr.n.f.
Ht*?-^
[scandalous] idol.
"^P? (bsO-^'r) Q, and A';
^?* (b.aO-) [from nJS] /, /?<^ "l,i[^i^; to cut into pieces
to divide.
daughter, grand-daughter,
girl, maid, pupil; ]'\])i n3
piece, portion; disruption,
or nlJ? women of Jeru-
salem. nn with follow-
cleft.

ing subst. noun supplies ^''J^TJ^? (b^lO-r^bbl'm) j:>r.n.

of a gate of Heshbon.
the place of adjectives;
with cities it denotes the I i:*^ (biOrp'n) VI ravine;
villages and environs be- pr.7i. of a defile on the
longing to them. eastern side of the Jordan.

^?* (bjO-) m, pi. D\n5, a 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

^^ proud, haughty. elder brother; /Nlil re-


(g?) (idj.

HiS^ (g5'5') nX^,


venger, kinsman-helper.
inf. /.
Ni. 'rX^J to be redeemed,
nx^^ to rise, grow up; to
to be brought back, to
be high, eleyated, majestic.
^
ransom oneself.
^^?. (gfa') /" pride, haugh-
-^!^ (grra'l)^ Ni. pf. pi.
tiness.
t;^^ [for 1^^^;J or P.],
^?5'll (gfe') f'i^i-, i>?-
C\S^, fut. 'rx^^, to be polluted,
high, exalted, proud, pre- defiled, stained. Pi. /Xil
sumptious. to defile, profane. Pu.
^|l?^^| (g'u'e'l) pr.n.m. b^^, pt. 'PX^r^ to be pol-
I^,j>5^_ (ga'ava') /, c. ris;,^ luted, profaned, to be re-

elevation, majesty, magni- jected as unclean. Hi.

ficence, pride, insolence. pf.i.p.'nbi^^iii [for ^n^x^n],


to soil, to make unclean.
^ r *^l
demption, release.
(g^'aii'm) mlpl. re-
Bith. fid. ^X:0? to de-
file oneself.
j'\^^ (g^'o'n) in. c. "jl^^^,

swelling, highness, excel- "^^ (gp'al) m. only pi.

lence, majesty; splendour, "','?.X4 (ggoir), pollution,

glory, pride, haughtiness. profanation.

TiiN^. (ge'u'S-) / = TiNi ^.T^l (g^'ulla') /redemption,


(gH'ayp'n) adj. proud. release, repurchase, duty
P^^,^
insolent. of relationship [as a "^Xl^,
see '?X4'].
^^^!^^. (gr'ayp'^) /, only pi.

valley [perh. for rilN^I^ ^^ (g^V) m, ip' ^,4, ^v-s. ""S^,

pi. D^3^ and nl3il, eleva-


tion, top, back, hunch,
-'l!^^* (grn) imp. ^x^, M.
hump, boss; arch, vault,
7X.5^ p. b^% pi. D^^Ji^l^,
brothel; rim of a wheel.
p. ;). 7^X^ to redeem, to
ransom, release, deliver; ^1 see nil
to fulfil the duties of re- ^5 (get)) in, only pi. 0''^^,
lationship, to marry the pit, water-hole, cistern; a
childless widow of an cut piece of wood, board.
4*
n^ 52 b2^

^^* (gflO "*. only j>l. D^2^, powerful, violent, rich;

locust. hero, warrior, leader;


^^n a warlike hero;
^^ (&?V) pr.. of a place.
'-l

tyrant.
D^^Z^ = D^n^j or D^n^v.
'^y*^^ (rburr) /, pi. ni-jn;}
^?;r. (g^'bg) w cistern, pool.
strength, power, force,
lagoon,
valour, courage, victory,
njl^ see 31
n,?-? (gibbt'ad)) m a bald-
^51 (g5bri'h) m/- 5^^!, /.
headed man [of the fore-
ns,^^ to be liigb, elevated,
head].
exalted , high - minded,
*"^G,?^ (gibbj'^jO-) /baldness!
proud, haughty. Hi. inf.
ns^n, n\3;i:, pt. ri^3,)t? ,^r (g^ibb^'y) pr.n.m.
flit.

to make high, to raise. ^^?^ (gti?rm) [cisterns or


locusts; see 3^] pr.n. of a
'Tl^-J (gnbp'ah) adj., c. nn^
place.
and nh^, / nni:^, ^>z!

D^nh^, rilnh^, hfgh", tail, np;2f n:n^ (g^binr)


/'

elevated; proud, haughty. hard curds, cheese.

^'^'i (gp'i\ih) JH, w.s. 1n?^ T^^ (g5bi'a') ,, c. y^pi],

(gQbhp'), p?. c. \n:5j (gQi?he') cup, bell of a flower.

height; highness, majesty, '**?? (g'Vf'r) JH lord, master.


pride, insolence.
^T?-) (g^>'-5') /, c. n-13^,
1^1^!?^ (gribbu'^) / pride, iv.s. "^rcyz^^. mistress, queen.
haughtiness, ^'^?^ (g^bj's) m ice, hail,
r'llll and ^,3^ (g^by'l) m, crystal.
pi D^l^nil,' extremity, "^^^ (g5b?i'l) At. ^3:3^ to
border, edge, boundary, confine, to draw a bound-
territory.
ary; to border upon.
n^^^^ (g'briin;) /, mostly Hi. . ^3')n to bound, con-
!>;. mj??^, ni^^n^', border, ^
fine.
margin, territory.
5"? (g'l?^'0 pr.n. of a town
"113^, 12^ (glbbo'r) arf/. and in Phenicia [Byblos] ;
ge)U.

i strong, mighty, valiant, ^>?^, pi. n^2;.


^n^j 53 1-1

-^J^^
(g'l?a'l) pr.n. of a
mountainous country, south to be or become strong
of the Dead Sea, belong- and mighty, to grow,
ing to the Edomites. swell, prevail, overcome.
t^n^ see bm. Pi. 13^, flit. 12:] to

rh^^
make strong. Hi. T'S^H,
(gaWu'^) [forni^?^]
fut. I"*,?^^ to make strong,
/ compactness, twisted
to exert strength. Hith.
work.
fut. i.p. "13^0^ to show
^3-5 (gibbc'n) adj. gibbous, oneself strong, to prevail.
hunch-backed.
"^?,^.* (ge'ber) m, i.p. 13^,
n^2^ see nrn:|.
13^ and inij, 2)1
c. Q^^?^,
p^Zl^ (gabno'n) adj., only man, valiant man, male
pi. Wji2^, peaked moun- person , boy , husband,
tains. warrior; every one [=

^5^ (g$'t)?i') pr.n. of a town

in Benjamin [confounded 'Tr.- (se'b^r) pr.n.m.

also with 'TJ2P and '^^ (gibbg'r) 2?r.w. of a


place.

^*^^1^'^ (gabrPe'l) pr.n.m.

r nlV?^, height, hill. [an archangel].

nyil^
nnn^ see np;n-i.
(gib'5') pr.7i. of

several towns in Benjamin I I :



(glbb^'9-5'n) pr.n. of a

and Judah; gent. town in Dan.


^CV?-^-
'^1 (gag) m. c. ^^, tt'.5. iil^,
*]1yn^ (gib'5'n) pr.n. of a
w. loc. n n^^^, j)Z. ri'iiij, fiat
town in Benjamin; gent.
roof, cover of an altar.
*T^ (gad) in fortune, good
byi^ (gib'p'l) in cup, bell
luck; 1,4? fortunately.
of flowers [or perh. cap-
i^ (g5d) pr.n.m. ^^n/. H^.
sule]. ;

1^ (g^d) wi coriander.
n^?T^ (gib'ii'^) pr.n. of a
1:^''
place. (g*d) pr.n.m., Baby-
^.41^ 54 b^>.

Ionian j2:od of fortune [Baal ^^*^? m, only pi


(giddu'f)
or Jupiter]. D"'pni! and Hisn^, scorn,
^,^1^ (gidgri'fl) or li5"J^ reproach.
(gydg^'d), lu. loc. n ni^'^r'.
IT : I I

pr.n. of a place.
^^,^ and ^"^ (g^idl', g^ddi')
*^^^ (g^d^d) fut. pi. nh; to
pr.n.m.
cut; to break in, to fall

upon. Hkh. 11iill|in to


V.7^, young goat, kid
make cuts; to collect in a
[mostly with following
crowd.

^ni (s*^^') fi only pi. c.

"^f!?^"]^
(g,Wdr?'l) pr.n.m.
nn^, bank of a river.
"^.n-? (g'<??y?') /*; only vi- c.
"^1^4 (g^-dd?') / goddess of
nn^i mj.
fortune, only in pr.n.
n^*T| (rdiyy?') /, only pZ.
IT r
:

*in^ Dnn*!. nHi], little goat, kid.


(rdvi'd) 7n, pi.

c. nHil , cut, furrow ; . col- "^^^1 (g^dl'i) m, only pZ.


lection of warriors, troop
Q^n^ twisted threads,
of soldiers ,
plunderers, tassels; festoons.
scouring party, attack.
^^"71 (g5drs) m pile of
nnn-? (g'dud*) /", only pi. corn, heap of sheaves;
niini), incision, cut in the tomb-hill.
skin.
^;i| (g5d^'0, ^|T.4 (g5d?'l)
7"inj, 71^ (gfdo'l) adj., c.
/it<. ^,'iI^^ p^ 7^^, to be or
become great, to grow up
ni*]?'"!^, great, large, tall, to be mighty, rich, im-
high, mighty, old, elder; portant, precious. Pi.
D^,*?"!;} the great, noble, to make
b'^Pii ^,"il^; *"/" >',"n^,
proud; Hl'p'Ti] great things, great or strong, to bring
great deeds. up; to make distinguished,
n?n^ (rdui^^'), ^h: ^.b^ mighty, powerful; to praise,

(g'dylir) / greatness, ma- extol. Pu. pt. 7|m^P to


jesty; great deeds. be brought up. Hi.
bi^^ 55 13

b^'^l^ri, fid. ^^^^:, the same only Pi


^n^ fe5dL'f) ^'lA,
as Pi; to do great, proud pt. ^|\I.iP, to revile, blas-
thing-s. mih. ^^^jy to pheme.
show oneself great or
"I|l| (gSd^r) /"k^ 1,1^% to
proud.
enclose, hedge in, wall up,
^'^\ (gjdc'l) adj., pi. c. "h.^}, to surround with a wall;
becoming great, growing pt. pi. D^llil masons.
strong.
11^ (g5de'r) i, c l^il, it/.s.

H^ see 'pn^. i-)l^, pZ. Dnn:!, wall, en-


7*1^ (gjdde'l) pr.n.m. closure, fence ; walled place.

bnil (gp'dgl) m, w.s. i^*J^ ^7,^. (ge'd^r) pr.n. of a place;

and gent. ""IIJ..


(gQdlo') "177? greatness,

tallness, power, might,


dignity, majesty; ar- pr.n. of two places.
rogance, pride. nr3"^|*(rdera')/;^^.nii74
n^7^ see nbm^. c. nll'l^, wall, hedge,

(g'4&iy5') and in;^!^^ fence; fold, hurdle.


n.r'^l
(gd&lya'hu) pr.n.m. nn*l^^ (rdera') and n1"]lJ^

(gidd,'ltl) pr.n.m. (g^dero'O-) ^r.n. of places.


''^r^'?
Q^P*'"'*!! (g^deroQ-a'yim) pr.n.
yn^, to hew of a town in Judah.
pZ. D\V7^,
down, to fell; to cut, to n^ miswritten for T\\ [or =
shave off, to destroy. J<.^ plain, valley].

Ni. y,"^:?: [V^^^] and Pu. nn^ (g5h5') /m^ nn^^ to be


])^1 to be cut down, to removed [the bandage of
be ijroken, to be destroyed. a wound], to heal.
-Pi.y3^andy.^4,My^4^,
"^Q" (g?^?') f bealing.
ip- V.'^K^''. to break to pieces.
"in^ (g5h?L'r) /. in^:, to
jl> [^ (gid'p'n) pr.n.m.
bow down, to prostrate
D5]^*T2l (gid'o'm) pr.n. of a oneself.
place.
15 (g^v) w, W.S. '^14, D\i
,ri' Ir' (rfd'oni') pr.n.m. the back.
56 Ti:i

1^ (gcv) 7H, W.S. ])l '"Hli!.,


bring forth, to bear. Hi.

the back; the middle, in-


/"t/^. n"'r, n^ni to break or
terior, circle.
2ri^ to plough; only burst forth, to sally.
(gub)
pt. pi. D^?^ ploughmen, ^1:1, "^il
(gpy),, xv.s.^% pi.
husbandmen. D^l:;, c. ->% W.S. T^^i^J, per-

ni:i' (gsb), \ni:i (gob,^'y) m son, inhabitant, populace,

locusts; ^3"i'"! ^"i^ lo-


people, tribe, nation; pi.
coll.

custs upon locusts.


non-Israelitic or heathen
peoples.
^i-1 (gob) pr.n. of a place.
H'JI^ (g^'Iyy?') /, c. n^J^, pi.
^u (gpg) pr.7i.vi..., Gog, prince
nriil, body, corpse.
of the people of Magog.
^^^ see b'l
TO (gud) fut. >v^, n^.,v,
n / u, n xil (gpl$') / emigra-
tion evacuation exile,
longs to 1^^] to break
,
in, ,

to fall upon, to attack,


banishment; exiles, cap-
tives.
n^^ (g?vr) / body; lifting
yp^^ (gol5'n) pr.n. of a town
up, elevation; pride.
in Manasseh.
ni-l (gpvg') m, only |>L W.S.

Ti'^ljl see ^"i:i.


yO'^'^ (gCimri'B) m pit.

^JW (gunj') pr.n.m.; patron.


1^:1 (guz) 2?/"- ^^ /"
W4
(v^yy5'gyz) to fly away, to
pass rapidly; fr. to drive on. V}^ (giiyin inf. y).i andyi:;

T*lil (gpz) m, 7V.S. 7."''! refuge (rvp'r), pt. Vfi, to expire,

[or from HU]. pine away, die away.


^^:i (guf) only Hi. fut. P]>:^,
^Tlil (gpzri'i) w, pi D'J?P'}.
young dove. to shut.
young bird,

an nS^-^ (gyf$') f body, corpse.


Ip^ (goz^'n) ?""w. of

Assyrian district in Meso- TO* (gcir) pf. "1^, t/". 11:)

potamia. and "11:1, imp. Il^l, /^


n^-j (gv'at^), n\"i (gi'^ci)) iwp. "1^^;, ^^^ (v^yyrv'^yr), p^
f ""nh to send forth, to "1^, ;>^ Dn3, c. n^, to take
1^:; 57 114

up one's abode, to dwell imp. ''Tj^, t.p. ''1^, /m<. U^,


[as a stranger], to lodge, "t^,'^l (vyy?['gQz), 'pt. IJ.il, p^.
sojourn; to fear, to be D^.l^, c. ')% to cut off, to

afraid or anxious, to re- shear, mow. Ni. llJlJ to


vere; to crowd together, be cut off, to be extirpated.
to meet; to stir, to excite.
TT^ (gaz?'z) pr.n.m.
uith. iii^nn, fut. iii^n:
ri^'t^ (g?zi'^) / cutting or
to settle, dwell, sojourn;
to assemble, to gather to- hewing of stones, hewn
gether. stone, square-stone.

"l^-l (gur) and "llil (gor) vh, (g5zri) fut. bh], pt.
<![f
'

pi. Dn^:i, Dn^, Dni:i, ^y, pt. p. 7ll| to tear,


ni"|1-l, young animal, pull, take away, to seize,

whelp. rob, plunder; to flay.


"1^-1 (gur) pr.n. of a place; Ni. 7L^-3 to be robbed.
^yn 1^^ dwelling of Baal ^T^ (gaze'l), b]^. (ge'z^l) m
[town in Arabia]. and n^^ (g'^zeia') / robbed
^n l-rl (gpra'l) HJ, c. y'^^1 pi. things, spoil, plunder.
D''7liil, voting-stone, lot,
Dt-J (g5z5'm) m locust [not
portion, share.
yet winged].
^11^ see ]"i"ll

Hi- (g^zz^'m) pr.n.m.


^l-rl (gys) in clod, lump of

earth. ,r ',r (grzoni') m, gent, of Hl^


or "jliil [an unknown place].
til (g?z) m, pi. c. "Jiil fleece,

clip, shearing, mowing.


trunk or stem of a tree.
"13t-|l (gizb^'r) in treasurer.

nt-^ (gaz5') w.s. [or


11-5 (gaz^i'r) m^. "lU,
p. ''J.lil

perh. from t^il] to deliver A^ iu^ 11^% ^. nth, to


cut, to fell, to divide; to
[from the mother's womb].
eat, consume; to decide;
nt^ (gizz5') / shearing,
ititr. to be cut off, to be
fleece.
gone. Ni. IPJ to be se-
tl-^ (g5z^'z) inf. lU and 1-1,
parated, excluded; to be
1U 58 b^

undone or lost; to be de- pounds denoting geograph-


creed. ical names: D"'C'"inn '^^
")t;5/ (g^zgr) i, pi. DnU.
piece, part. ''^
see ^11
(g^'z^r) pr.n. of a
'l^. i
^ (gid) m sinew, muscle;
Levitic town. chain, band.
^^1'? (g'z?r$') f outline of
U -1 (gi'"^) it)>"-w. of a place
the body, figure, frame;
in Benjamin.
sequestered place [part of
the temple buildings, hall lT'^-1'
*]1m (gi^p'n) pr.n.
or court]. of a river in Paradise; of
a fountain west of Jeru-
J:- (gizrl') pr.n.m. of a
people in the south of
salem; a name of the Nile.

Palestine. '',!r!'',rl see ^iq^..

belly. inf. 7^il, ijp. it'^iJ, /u^


iIO;r! (gf^'^zi') pr.n.m. ^'?.'^
^At. ^^,U' to turn one-
self round; to rejoice, to
exult; to tremble; to shake
pi. D^.'pm, c. '',^m '[as
^
with fear.
from 7n^] burning coal,

lightning.
^^ (gU) i generation, age
exultation, joy.
^n,4 (gCt'c^^m) pr.n.m.
'"','5''^
(sW) f exultation.
IQ^ (g^-'^Cvr) pr.n.m.
^h^^ see r\%
^^^ >^^5 (g^y), m, '^ (gf).
H- pr.n.m.
N\^ (g$) m and /, c. ''^,
. (gl$^'^)

N^i oz. nix^:i and nrsM I**^, n^ (gir) m lime.


"T r I IT !'

depression, lowland, valley; " (gf5'n) pr.n.m.


Ifr
Din 15 [^,^.5] X^^ valley of
i.p. ;>
'
the sons of Hinnom, south
D^^^, heap of stones, ruins;
of Jerusalem [Geenna];
well, fountain, wave.
Hz,^ 'iJ salt-valley, near
the Dead Sea; other com- ^^^ (gi^i) = n^^, see n^^ Pt.
bi

m, iv.s. pi- c bare oneself; to be led


^^, (g?l)

y!?,^.i dung, excrements.


If*;,'^.,

away. Pi. ri7^, hnp. 7^

xvl (gpi) m oil- vessel.


= n.i^^, fut. n^4], %% to

uncover, to open, reveal,

^^^ (gaii5'\>) "i barber. show. Pu. vh^ to be

ySpil (gilbo'Ci') pr.n. of a removed [or to be stript].

mountain in Issachar.
Hi. rh^;^, n^^,-}, fut.

H^:!l, b}^l to lead into


%^^ (griig&'i) m, pi. D^,^^*^^,
exile. Ho. "^^H (hQ^lgi')
wheel, water-wheel ; whirl-
to be driven into exile.
wind, whirling dust or
Hiih. fut. b^\ to uncover
chaff.
oneself, to reveal oneself.

^I^P^^ (giigs'i) m, c.
^,4r^,
'^'P'?
(giis') pr.n. of a town;
wheel.
gent. \h%
7^pil* (gilg5'l) pr.n. of three
n^Jl (gpi?') see ri7il
different towns, one near
Jericho. n^^ (guii5') /, c. n^^,
^?^r'.'? (gulgp'lgO-) f. w.s. pi. nl*?^, well, spring;
iFi^i'?^ ,
pi. n'h^^^ ,
skull, oil-vessel ; rounded part of

head. a capital.

^7,^. (ge'led) m, w.s. ""n?ii,


(^Uu'i) 5, only pi.
^V,-^
skin, hide. U-^bM, n'hb},, roller, log,

r\^^ (gair) inf. rib^, n1^^, idol.

imp.nb^, fut. n^.^^ '^r.i, (g'lo'm) in large cover-


^"^f -?
pf. n'^h,/n^h,j9.p>^'p|, to ing, mantle.
bare, denudate, strip, un-
veil, disclose, reveal; to
n^^l (galu^) /, c. n^^l,
i(;.5. ''P'l/^, deportation,
evacuate a country, to
captivity, exile; captives,
emigrate, to go into
exile. ^ iVi riy^J, inf.
exiles.

rb^ {gm'^) Pi. n^4, inf


n*^^^, *?^n to be uncovered, r\?^_. fut. n'?^) to make
unveiled, revealed; to ap- bald, to shear, shave.
pear, to show, reveal or Pu. riEfl to be shorn.
V'k^ KO-1

ffith. n'?4nn to shave one- occasion, circumstance,


self. concern; ^,^:)3 for the sake

111^^ (gIll5yo'n) m, pi D^J>^.\ of, on account of.

table, polished plate,


Y?} (gi'l'^l&'y) pr.n.m.
mirror.
D^^ (sm'ra) fut. D^.?^, to

,^>i ^^^
wrap together.
pl D c- '...'''?^, turn-
ing-door, folding -door; Dp^ (gp'lgra) m, uf.*. ""p^^
roller, cylinder; circuit, (gglmi') something wrapt
district, country; D^j-in b^^^^ together, a mass not yet
Galilee. formed, fetus.

n^^^^ is'nw) f, pL ^"hi ^^Pr^ (g^lmu'd) adj., f


circuit, territory, country. *^i^-2?^r unfruitful, sterile,
barren; desolate, famished.
^fA (ffSllI'm) pr.n. of a
place in Benjamin. V^'^ [gm") Hith. :;hrn to
quarrel [to show one's
0-?^ (g'jly^i'^) pr.n.m.
teeth].

^% {mm) inf. ^ii, ^T^,


*^Vr^ (gli;rd) pr.n.m.;
imp. bs^, b'^, b^, pi \b), patron, ''^y^^; a country
pt. T^zh, to whirl, to roll, east of the Jordan.
turn, drive away. Nt.
^i.JJ, fxit. bl% to be rolled ^y^^ (g$l'?'d) pr.n. of a hill.

together, to ^
roll oneself ^?^ (glut's) to lie down.
on. nip. b^^} to roll.
^5 (g$m) arfv. and conj. to-
Po. pt. '^h.ll? to be gether, also, too, even;
rolled [in blood], to be D^-D^ as well as; ''? D^
dyed red. Hi. fut. b^^X even when, although.
to roll away. Hith.
^!?^ (g5m$') Pi. fut. N7^^]
bb^T}r\ and ^^^i^irn to roll
to drink in, to carry along.
oneself upon.
Hi. imp. ^N''p^n, to give
^,^^ (g5Ui'l) m dung, ex- to drink, to water.
crement.
^9"? {m'n\^) m papyrus-
^/X imW"") ') s-i": turn. plant, papyrus-reed.
im 61

^1^^ (gammf'd) m. only pi. luJl (gp'mgr) pr.n.m.., son


DHD^, warrior. of Japhet and people
descended from him [Cappa-
*7D^ (gp'med) VI a measure,
docians or Cimmerians].
ell or span.

T'ipl (gfrau'l) pr.n.m. [see nnD^ (rm^rys'); ^n^lD^


also ^P^]. (g"mlry5'hy) pr.n.m.

?5^DJ1 (g^mu'l) m. w.s. Q37P^, 15 (g&n) m and f, i.p. ]^^,

^Z. Dy'liD^, deed, action, w.s. 'j3^, pi. D''Bi, garden,


benefit; recompense, de- orchard, park.

sert; hi^^2, b'i^^b, '.5 bv


in return of.

nh^l (rmuir) /, pi. nl'?^^^, D^niJ^, / c. ^nnj:] [for

recompense, retaliation. n^J^] to purloin, abstract,

itp^ (glmzp') pr.w. of a place


steal, deceive. Ni. fui.

in Judah 1)^\ to be stolen. PL


fid. ^il^ to steal or de-
w.s. *7t?^
^P^ (g?m?i'l)

(ggmlfc^),
in/,

/. 7b^^ pt.
ceive by habit. Pu. H^^l,

fut. n^^^, inf. nii^, to be


b}2h, pt. p. b\^^,' ^04,
stolen, to be imparted by
intr. to

make
become
ripe; to
ripe;
wean;
tr. to

to
stealth. Hith. niiriH to
steal oneself away, to
do, perform, accomplish
withdraw by stealth.
to deal with, to do [good
or evil], to requite. ^^5 (g&nn5'b) m, pi. D^33^,
!?D^ (g5m|['i) }u and /", pi.
thief [by habit].

CP^O^, c. camel. ni?-? is'm^^') f theft,


''.^.^v

something stolen.
,?y^ (g^m^ur) pr.n.m.
^? ?P^ (g^mU'e'l) pr.n.m. *'j?rr (g^nuba'^S-) pr.n.m.

"IP^ (gfmU'r) /". "ib^^, _p^ ni^ (g^nn?') /, w.s. in^^, pi


"ip-1, to cease, disappear, niil^, garden, grove.

vanish; tr. to finish, ac-

complish. Tr;^'. (ge'n^z) "i, only pi. c.

''r7 (gp'm^r) pr.n.f. JJii treasures, coffers.


rim 62 "1A15

"^J.*?^
(gjnz^'c^) jji, only j^Z.

Q^,?J^^ 5
treasure - house, to be shaken, to stagger
treasury, or reel.

1^1 (g5n<jL'n) inf. "ilJ^, to ^V^ (g^'^S) pr.n. of a

cover, protect, guard. mountain in Ephraim.


Ni. fid. p.J the same as Q. PVr- (g^'t*'m) pr.n.m.

^IriD^ (ginO-o'n pr.7i.m. ^^ {gU) m, w.s. 12^, ^Z. c.

^25, back, top; body,


person.
y^, nyj see ^^;.
ItI^ (grfgn) / [twice m],
fxd. i:s: .^ D^js;
' ;
ny^^ to roar, to low. vine-plant; shoot, tendril.

^.^^ (gp'5') yr.n. of a place "HS-j^ (gp'f^r) m a resinous


near Jerusalem. tree, cj-press, cedar or fir.

hy_\ (gr^'i) /< '?y^% to ^^1^^ (gyfn'^) / brimstone.


abhor, detest, reject. Ni. 1^ (gfr) adj. [pt. of 11^],
^V-?J to be rejected, to be jL)Z. c. ""I^, / ni^, dwelling,
thrown away. Ei. t'^'WH abiding; withn^3: inmate,
to cast away, to waste. servant.
^^ (g^''^-!) 'pr.n.m.
'r (g?r) n, w.s. '"^"1,^., ;)?.

^y^ (gp"^i) m rejection, re- Q^]1fl, c. ""ly, Stranger,

probation. foreigner, pilgrim, guest,


visitor.
"^J^l
(gij'^'r) inf. I'y^, imp.
"1,y^, fut. "1W1 to address ^^, (g|r) m lime.

harshly, to cry at, scold,


rebuke, threaten. *\\.. (g?r$') pr.yi.m.
nny^ (gs'^rr) /, c. niy,^, ^^1 (g5r5'b) i itch, scurvy
scolding, threatening, re- [leprosy].
buke. pr.n.m. [scabby,
^^.^ (g5r?'l>)

^v\ (gr&') /< ^:^>\, to leper].


quake, tremble, shake.
Pu. fut. B'Vh^ to be shaken. berry.
m:nij ^:i4

rough, harsh [perh.


^in^ (g&rgrr^O-) /", only (g'ro'l),

pi. c. ni"|i)15, throat, neck. for ^17^].

^f^^xl^ (glrgisi') pr.n. of a Hi see hil


Canaanitic people, Gir-
^^J (g^r^'m) to skin, flay;
gasites.
to let remain. Pi. fut.
"^^^ (g^rrd) ^lU. "i,i4riM
gnaw.
Q.l^l to skin, to
to scratch oneself.
^Tll (g^r^m) m, i.p. Dl^,
j?;. Q^pii], bone; body,
to kindle, provoke, stir. person, self [= Q^,t^]-
Hith.imp. i^rin, /wf. ni4ri^
"1,4-0! to grow angry or P j4. (g^roil') pr.n.m.

enraged; to make war \1^ (go'r^n) f, w.s. "',^"1^

upon, to infest, (ggrni'), i>?. nlJi:!, c. nin|


n"l^ (ger5') f chewed cud; (gQrno'd-), thrashing-floor;

grain, herry, 20*'' part of open place before the gate


a shekel [smallest weight of a town.
of the Hebrews]. ^"^-J (gar^'fi) to be crushed.

I' ll
(g5r?'ii) m, w.s. "','?"i"I^,
Hi. fut. DHJil to crush.

throat, voice, neck. yn| (g5r&") /m. yi^: to cut

^^1^ (geru'^S") f harbour, off , remove , withdraw,


shelter, inn. diminish; to shear, shave.

T^l (gar^'z) Ni. m) to be


Ni. fut. yn^:, pt. vy^}. to
be withdrawal, diminished,
cut off.
lessened. Pi. fut. V^^)
^,in^ (g^rizzi') and "|1"lil (glrzi')
to draw in, to swallow.
pr.n. of a people in southern
*]n| (g^r^'f) to sweep away,
Palestine.
to snatch away.
^ ,1 jr (g'rizzl'm) pr.n. of a
mountain in Ephraim. '^1^ (girL'r) fut. l3; to
draw, collect, snatch away
T,t1- (g^rz^'n) m hatchet,
fut. 1^1 to draw up, to
axe.
chew the cud. Pu. pt.

^ ,T (g^ro'l) o.dj.. c. '7^^ fpl. n1']"J"'^^ to be sawed


64 :iN'
n^
asunder. liith. "IHl^pn
to whirl [see also l^il].
;)/. D^p*^'^. c. "'ptf'v. heavy
in^ (g^rri'r) pr.. of a town rain, shower.

of the Philistines.
Dtr^ (gp'g^ra) m, w.s. nOP'^
'^^r^.
(g^'r^o) wi something
pounded or crushed.
1^7 (go'g^n) pj'.n. of a
district in eastern Egypt;
pi.Vih, p. p. / r^j^'i^^ to
of a town in Judah.
drive away, to expel; to

divorce [a wife] ; to empty, ^.??^^ (gisp*') pr.n.m.


pillage. Ni. ^^ih P^-
^'^*^ (g*a'5) Pi. fut. ^'}^^],
^'TI.J, to be cast out, to be
to grope, fumble.
stirred up. Pi. tJ'.'lii,

ri^'l^, imp. t:'14, fid.


n^^ see ti^'^;.
inf.
^1^''. to drive away, expel. J^5* (g&O-) f, pi nin^, wine-
Pu. ti'lil to be expelled. press.

t^n^. (g^'rgs) ni fruit, produce. ^5* (g5^) P'*-- of a city of


the Philistines; ge7it. ^H^.
ntf^l-rl (g^rCib?') f expulsion.
jltt' j^ (gfr'bp'n) pr.n.vi. 2?^^* (gltt,^'ylm) rf, pr.n. of

l1w]\ (g?r*5o'ra) pr.n.m. a town in Benjamin.

IW^ (g"su'r) i^r.w. of a n'^ri-^ (glttl'S-) f name of a

district between Hermon tune, or of a musical in-


and Bashan; gent. ''Tit2''|. strument.
only Hi.
^W^ (grvs^'m),
^T}r^, is^'Hr) pr.n. of an
Ctt^'^rt to cause to rain. Aram [e an people.

T the fourth letter of the nnST (d'5V5') f fear.

alphabet, called n^T [door] anguish.


as a numeral = 4. *]ins"i (d^'svo'ii) m, e. in^^,
faintuess-, pining.
!2S"! (ci^i'ci'h) inf. ^2^<7i.
-1ST see -"il.
languish, pine, faint.
65
1^
AKT (di'i'g) fid. ^XT, to be n^n"! (d^bfir) /, c. rf22\
anxious or troubled, to pi. ^''^^I, cake of figs.
fear. n'^2*! (dibir) miswrittcn
'^**?^ (flo"eg:) pr.n.m. for' n'^51.

n^ST (d'$:i[') / fear, ap- U;7ZlT (dlbla'ylra) pr.n.m.


prehension, pnT (dsbrk), pni (d^bc'ic)

inf. np^51 (dQbkr), fut.

J^"".!, to fly, soar. p5"J^ to stick, cling, adhere,


to be attached to, to pur-
**J'3 (d?'?') f bird of prey,
vulture or kite. sue. Pu. p31 to cleave

"INT see in.


fast together. Hi. p"'^iri,

fut. p,5ll to cause to


i"I, lil (dob) m and /,
cleave, to pursue, to catch.
pi. D''3T bear, she-bear.
Ho. pt. p^lp to cleave,
SZlT (dp'be) w, w.s. ^f^?"!! to be attached.
(dyb'e'^) well-being, com-
pll (dabc'k) adj.,pl.nY'2\
fort, affluence.
f np5", cleaving, at-
i2T (dabrb) pt. 2nn to
tached to.
cause to speak.
plT (dg'bek) w, pi. QV-?1,
n2T (dibb?') / talk, report,
welding of metals, solder;
slander, calumny.
joint in a coat of mail.
nnllT* (d'bpra') /; pi.
HIT (dab^'r) inf. w.S. ^1.5^
Dnbi bee.
(dpbre'd^a), pt. "1,5"^ pi'
,

flniZt" (d'bprj') pr.n.f. Dn5%/nn5i,2?f.p. "ini,


^VIT (dibyo'n) n, only ;??. the same as Pi. Pi.

D''Jr3T duno-, excrements ini, i.p. 131, inf ini,


of doves. 131, "131, imp. 131,
T'llT (d^bf'r) m hinder or 131, fid. 1311, pt. 131J?,

western part of the temple. / ri131^ to speak, to ac-

the inner sanctuary, the cost; to say [with ace],


holy of holies. to promise, command, ex-

I
J^^
" (d'bi'r)
pr.n.m. ]
pr.n. hort, [to destroy]. Pa.

of towns. fut. 131^, pt. 131!? to be

Hebrew-English. 5
m
^ \ ^
spoken; to be wooed. r^ST* (djbbg'gg^) / lump
Ni. 131: to speak to one of fat, hump of a camel.
another, to consult. Ei.
rit^JI'l* (dpb$'s$9) pr.n. of
fui. 1311 to drive, subdue.
a place.
mth. pt. "i,5"P [for

1,3irip] to converse.
:i'j (d5?) m, pi D^i, c. i;i
fish.
"^3*^ (d$V?'r) "i, c. 1,51, pi
CPini, c. ""I^l, word, say- ^\i^ (d5^5') /; c. Til. w.s.

Dn^l, coZ^. fish.


ing, speacli, news, com-
mand, promise; thing, in- n^T* (du^r) /u. n:T to

cident, occurrence, history, increase, multiply.

concern, cause, question,


ju" (dggp'n) pr.n.m., the
law-suit.
national god of the Phi-
"IZIT (d^'bgr) m, i.p. 131, listines.

pi. D"'131, destruction, b^^ (dci^n'i) /. 'riJT, pt. p.


pestilence, plague. "Ti^I to set up a banner;
"111"^ (dp'ber) m pasture, pt. p. distinguished.
steppe, desert.
Ni. T;41^ to be provided
with banners.
nn2T (dibr^O /, w.s. 'n^l^i,

manner, fashion , cause


pZ. D''J^j1, c. ''1^1 banner,
nl31 "ry on account of.
'

flag. '

in order that.

nniT see nil31.


]^^ (d^g^n) i, c. p.1, tt'.s.
(d'^-hprf')
"JjI corn, grain, bread,
* j'J
) (dlbrj') pr.n.m. nourishment.

rnZlT (dpV^'r^9) / only 2?/. 1^5^ (d5?$'r) to gather, to


nil51, raft, float. hatch.

nniT (dii'b^Tij'^) pr.7i. of a


IT (did) ?n, only tf. D?11,
breast, teat.
Levitical town.
"I"! see 111.
t^Q"I (d''hCi'5) m, i ^31
honey, sirup ^y^ (dsdrv') only Hith.

of grapes.
niin, /u^ .111?^ to walk
IT! ^ I T

slowly, to go in a pro- D''Nnn, = nn basket;


cession. mandragora, love-apple.

(dMj'n) pr.n.m. of an (d5v5') *w/- ril"! to be


yX^ ^Xl ,

Ethiopian tribe; gent. ''P'71, sick [of monthly courses],


pi. n]m. to be ill.

U*J 1 M (dp'dfni'm) pr.n.m. of nn (dave') adj., f ni" sick,

a Japhetic people [Kho- unwell, unclean; sad,


dians , Dardanians or wretched.
Dodonaeans]. n*i*T (du'a^) Hi. nnn, fut.
DjjT (dfham) Ni. pt. QHIJ n"'T, to expel, cast out;
to be perplexed, terrified. to wash off, cleanse.
"IHT (dah^'r) pt. "IHT to ^,il (d^va'y) ?w, %.p. ^H, <?.

run, to galop. ''H, sickness; something


"^^lI"]!! (dgi'harg;') /. only pi. unclean and loathsome.
c. ^^']lI% course, run. "n (divv5'y)c?/- severely ill.

2T\ (dub) Ei. pt. 2^2, to

cause to pine.
Tj^T (dfic^) p/. " , to pound
^n (dslvva'g) m fisher.
[in a mortar].
HOT (du^r) / fishing, n^fpn (dft'c^Ifa'^) / an
fishery.
unclean bird [hoopoe or
in, *n (dpd) m, W.5. "nn, mountain-cock].
joZ, Cnn, love; one be-
np'l"^ (diima) / stillness,
loved, friend; relation,
realm of death.
cousin, uncle.
riD'^lT (duma') pr.n. of an
T^T (dud) m, pi. Onn and
Arabian tribe; of towns in
DHl", pot, kettle; basket.
Edom and Judah.
^.H' ^^y^ (d5vi'd, d^vi'dj
npn, H'JPT (dirmlyylL')

/ stillness, silence, trust,


nnn (dpdii') / aunt. submission [/ of "'pn adj.
Tpn (dpdp'); 'nnn (doda- silent, still].
va'hij) (dpda'y) pr.n.m.
; "'ll'iT
D?2^T (duma'm) adv. silently,
*'^T\ (dyda'y) m, only pi still ; m silence, dumbness.
5*
T2^r:i\^ 68

P^DH see ppJ^ai.


n^^in"!, to push, to thrust

1-n (don)
down, to overthrow.
(dyn), "(TT A<.
Ai. fid. mHT, pt. pi. e.
PIt ^^ prevail, rule,
^JT\} [or from Tny\ to be
remain,
thrust down, to be driven
away. Pa. T\XT\ to be
wax. overthrown.
")>n (dyB) A. 1>n; to leap, nrn (d^^^'e^) .v,:. fid. pi.
jump. IHT, the same as T]rn Xi.
pn see p'iy^. yn (d'^r) m, "nn,
vT] J m (dor) m, rt'.s. overthrow, downfall,
i.p.

de-
ni-, 2?z. nnn andonn, struction.
period of a man's life,
in"^ (dp'^$n) in millet.
generation, age; race, class
5]rn (d^e^^'f) to drive, to
of men, contemporaries.
impel; pt. p. ^iH"! dis-
"in^ (dor) m habitation,
patched, at full speed. Ni.
dwelling; ill and 1XT
^fll^ to hasten.
pr.n. of a sea-town near
pnT (dg^^t'k) fid. pnT,
mount Carmel.
pt. pHT to press, oppress.
"in* (dur) inf. in, to
''^ (d5y) ?n, t.^). n, c. n,
sojourn, to dwell.
tt'.s. ''.n,
n-^, nn the re-
"m^ (dur) m circle, ball;
quisite, necessary supply,
pile of wood. sufficency, plenty; adv.
^'T\ (dyg) pf. ti^'n, inf. ^'^^^ enough; ^5 in proportion
t^'"7, fid. l^'iT, it;.s. lifl^'n^, to, as often as, as soon
pt. ti'T to tread out, to as; nS according to need,
thrash; to tread down, to corresponding to; np as
crush. Ni. ^'H^' *'"/ often as.
tr'nn and Ho:fut.^T^ to ^"! ;)r.n. of
^1^1 (dl z^ihri'b)

be trodden out, to be a place near Mount Sinai.


thrashed.
I'iZI''*] (dibo'n) pr.n. of two
i^f^'"^ (duties') ?/". "H", towns, in Moab and in
Tin- pt. n" i>- p. / Judah.
:i''n 69 nh
T^^ (dayylf'g) m, pi D^r"! Pi. N^", inf. w.s. iS^tl

fisher. to break, crush, oppress,

nr::, a
humble, tread down.
!^,^,"!I (dayyg') A p/.
Pu. pt. N^'Jt?, pi. Q^^'PT"?
bird of prey, vulture.
to be broken, crushed,
"^^,1 (d'y?') w colour for
humbled, afflicted. Hiih.
writing, ink.
fut. N5T to be crushed,
X'V (din) p/. ^V- and
H' humbled.
wi>- VI, VTr^ pf- iV
/" **^3
2 (dakka') m something
to rule, sway; to judge.
bruised, dust.
defend, punisli; to litigate.
Ni. pt. piJ ^^ contend ^i?*^ (d^kka')

bruised,
adj., pi.

humbled,
c.

'',^^?!I
at law, to quarrel.
discouraged.
^**T (din) m judgment,
HD"! (d5c^a') fut. n?.T to
sentence, law-suit, cause,
quarrel.
be bowed, to cower. Ni.
pf. ^n^Di:, pt. n:.-i: to be
I'n (dayya'n) m judge.

bruised, crushed. Pi.
riy>1^ (dln5') pr.n.f.
n^M to bruise, dash.
rS"'*T (dIfcl'O-) pr.n.m. = n^T (d$kka') / bruising,
castration.
(d5ye'k) TO w^atch-tower,
P,?."^
^P^ (dod^r) m surging
bulwark.
waves, billows, surf.
^?^ (d&'yis) jji thrashing
time.
t'l* (dm) m = n*^M..

pt^*iT| (dibp'n) m antelope,


^1^ (djl) afi;\, i.p. ^''m, p?.

mountain-goat.
tottering, weak, humble,
X^'^^T (diso'n), *|fr>-i (disa'n)
wretched, poor.
/)r.?z.?n.

T]T (d^c^) arfj., i.p. "n, p^. ^5T (dal^'^) to leap, jump.
w.s. T',^"; crushed, op-
Pi. fut. j^l] to leap

pressed, wretched. over.

i<yi (daces') Ni. pt. XD"IJ, r&i (dair) pf pi. rh


to be cast down, humbled. [for ^^-], >::-|, inf.
^m
n'^1% to draw
"'i?M. fid.
^^l {dm't) fut. Fj'^pT to
[water], to dd-aw out. flow slowly, to drop,
Pi. n^"^ to draw out. to trickle; to weep, to shed
dclivor. tears.

5]pT (d^lgf) m a dropping,


jsZ.np'il ]oAvlinc6s, poverty; eaves.
D^ ri^^!! the low, the poor. ^iDT'T (d$lfp'n) p'T.n.m.
-* f thread work
Hv (<^^^^i*')
p.n x^m-k) ^ inf. p*^i,
[of the weaver], thrum.
//.p'^T, p<- P.'i?'^ to burn,
n^T (d5i*'^) fid. vby, to to glow, ^to be passionate;
trouble, to make muddy to be anxious; ''l.nt? P,!!?V

[by treading]. to pursue hotly. Hi.


p'^p.!! to heat,
''.^^ (doir), ''.^l (dnr) i, P'"?.^^, fut.
to kindle.
tf.5. V'?'T. (dglyp'), du. w.s.
V^M. (d5'i'y5'v), basket, I^i^!^1 (d^lirkeO-) / hot
leather-bag. fever.

n^^T (dn^y?'), ^n;^i (dif- r.^^. (d^'i^a-) /, i.jy. n*^T,


ya'hu) pr.n.m. wj.' ?iri|?^1 and in)?!, du.

Ht i
*1 (d'lU5') jor.n./". [=
pZ. ninji, c niri'pi, door,
lauguishiug, tender].
folding-door, gate, opening;
r\^^y^ (ml^) f, only pi page
column or of a
nl^'p^, branch, tendril.
manuscript.
bbi (daici'i) p/-. pz. i*?T
uT D~,
and i9Vn, l.pMJl-^1, M ^p^,
(dum) w,
D5t?1. pi.
c.

D^p^,
tc.5.

c.
/T [or Nl] to totter, blood, bloody deed,
pi,
wave, hang loose; to be blood-guiltiness juice, sap, ;

poor, humble, wretched


red wine.
to languish, to be dry.
^r-^ to be weak.
DT (dum) w. peril. =
Ni. fid. -

ni*p"l likenes.s.
wretched.

[yp*! (dll'ri'n) pr.n. of a


HOT* (djnut') /'/' np-],

town in Judah. ^^ nan% to be like, to


71 Vl

resemble; to make like. njJpT (d'm5m5') f silencc,


Ni. ^J^l^ to be made like, stillness, calm, whisper.
to resemble. Pi. *^"^,
^DT (dp'm^n) m dung, ex- ,

fid. ^^^^ to compare, to


crements.
speak in similitudes; to

imagine, think, remember;


nJO^ (dimn5') pr.n. of a

to intend, to purpose. town in Zebulou.

Hith. fid 1. sg. T\p/i^ to yp*T (dam^") inf i^% fid.

make oneself like. ypl^ to weep, to shed


tears.
"J?*I^ (d?mr) fut. n^T, to

cease, to rest, tr be silent; i^?/I (de'nia') m, w.s. J\V.JPX


to destroy. Ki. HD'IJ tear; juice of grapes and

to be destroyed, to perish. olives.

nyr^T (dim'?') /, c. nyp-,


riDT (dummf') / stillness,
pi. nl^P^, tear, tears.
desolation.
pt^D^ (d^mme'Cek) , also
ni?^T (d^mu'^) / likeness,
pVpn and pt^pi^, 2^r.?.,
resemblance; image, model,
Damascus.
shape; adv. like.
pC^*D"I (d^me'fiek) m silken
^PT (doml'), ""p" (dmr) m damask.
silence, rest.
yl (dan) 2^r.n.m., gent. \y\;
]',P V (dlmyp'n) m, w.S. pr.n. of a town near
ij3^P"l, resemblance, image. mount Hermon -= ^'1"?.

DpT (d^m&'m) im-p. Dl^, flrf,!. (danu5') pr.n. of a

^'d^, /. DT [DT] to town in Judah.

cease, to be silent or niin^T (dlnh^ba') pr.n. of


dumb, to rest. ISi. DIJ, a town of the Edomites.
fut. lyl. iDT, i.p. liD^*^, to

be destroyed, to perish; to
be silent, to rest. Po. n, r;-i, n^^T see vx-

Dpi* to silence. Hi. ^T (drr) m and H^l (de'?')

Din, w.s. iJpiri, to /, pi. niVl, knowledge,


destroy. wisdom.
J
m
t'^^y'l (d''a'?'l) pr.n.m. npT (d9k&'r) fut. "ipT, to
pierce. A'l. /<. 1p"^ to

be extinguished, to be be pierced, stabbed. Pu.


quenclied. Ni. "^^T]^. to pt. "lp^"TP to be stabbed or

be dried np. Pu. T^VI slain, to perish.

to be destroj-ed, to become ('l^'l*^'') pr.n.m.


Piv
extinct.
"11 (d$i) VI pearl, niotlier-
nyT. (dct"$^) /, i.p. ny^,
of-pearl.
knowledge, insight.
"1"!
see nil.
^BT (dofr) Hi, i.p. ''D'l, scorn.
insult.
1 1 t3 (dc'r^'o'n) w, c
*(*><']*, aversion, object of
P|?"T (dm'k) pt. pDlT, to
strike, to knock; to drive
on. Eith. pt. p,?irip to T. (dg'rb5'n) and lUI^
knock. da'Hhp'ii ) j;>L PI^Ill m
( ?, ,

nj^S'T (dyfk?') pr.n. of a prick, goad.

station iu the wilderness.


>'^'1^ (dCirdiii") pr.n.m.
pi (d.^k) adj., f rqx pi-
"1^11 (di:iid,\'r) m a prickly
rilpl, crushed, fine, thin,
plant, thorn or thistle.
lean, low; m dust.

n ^p*I (dlkl5') pr.n.m. of an


Q"^'^'^ (djro'm) m SOUth,
southern region.
Arabian tribe.

ppT (driki-k) fut. pT to


"ll^*^ (d'lp'r) f swallow; m
crush, pound, grind, freedom, delivery, release

thrash ; irUr. to be crushed, from servitude.


to be pulverised. Hi.
^.],^ J/j (d5'ry5'v$s) pr.n.m.,
P,"in, inf. ^':\::), fut. pTi, Darius [i.e. Cyaxares II.,
1. sg. u'.s. 2p."]N. to crusli, son of llystaspes,
Darius I.,

to bruise, to destroy; inf and Darius II. Xothus].


flrfy.fine, dustlike. Ho.
i.p. pTi"* to l^^c beaten
T)!"! (d5r<^'d>) fut. "IT,
fill.

out, to be crushed.
n.i 73 W
"2^1 to tread, to walk, t:^n"l Q. inf.], to in-

to go; to step forth, to vestigate.


wander; to tread down, (d5sa) to shoot,
*^f^*I
to trample ou; to bend sprout.
m. fut. i<}^y_ to
[a bow]. Hi T^"!'"^, cause to sprout, to bring
imp. IV. s. Vp.'lin, fi<t-
forth.

Kti^T (de'se) m green


cause to tread or walk, to
herbage, fresh grass.
lead; intr. to tread; to

bend; to catch, to reach. yj^'^ (daye'n) to become

m and
fat. Pi. 1^^'", inf. w.s.
^"1^. (d6'r?c^) f. i.p.
irf 1, ft,t. y0] and nrf i;
to make fat, strong or
c. '',511, a going, walk,
oily; to anoint; to accept
journey; way, path, road;
as fat or pleasing; to
mode, manner, course, way
cleanse from ashes. Pu.
of life, lot; worship.
fut. i.p. "-^'T to be made
^"iDD^T (dark%o'n) See fat, to be well fed. - Hoth.
ll^!iri to be oiled, greased.

ptrpil see p^.^1. (dase'n) adj., pi.

D^.^'l, c. V.?"l, fat, juicy,


Vli^, (d^'r&O pr.n.m.
well fed; rich, mighty.
l^y^rL (darkp'n) pr.n.m. (de'gen) m,
1^1^. i.p. I^^'m,

triT (dii-rs) fut. ti^'lT, iv.s.


V-^"' fatness, oil;

pt. LT'iT, pt. p. t^^'nn,'/ abundance, affluency ; fat

nti'lTl to seek, to examine, ashes [from the altar].


to investigate, inquire; to HT (di^) f^ pi. D^n^, c.

demand, desire, ask; to


"'HT royal command, pre-
visit. Ni. tr;i"i:, inf.
scription, law.
c'l^x, fut. ^'i/\\ pt. ^'ly.
jfl^ (d59-5'n) pr.n.m.
to be sought, explored; to
allow oneself to be sought. ]r\1 (dp^a'n) and ]'',Pi (do-

Pi. inf tS'ini for ^'m 8a'yin) pr.n. of a place in

[but probably written for Samaria.


n:ir[

n
n the fifth letter of the vainly. - Hi. pt. b^r^2
alphabet, called NH [air- to befool.

hole]; as a numeral = 5.
^?P^ (h^'bgl) m, i.p.

c. 72r\ tv.s. '^2r\ pi


'H [with dagesh following], ^ ,
,

D^,^;n," c. ^.^^d," breath,


n, r) the definite article,
breeze, nothingness, trausi-
used for all numbers and
toriucss, vanity, show;
genders ; originally a
idol; adv. in vain, use-
pron. demon., D*^I1 this
lessly.
day, to-day.

n interrog. particle in
''^P^ (h^'W) pr.n.m., Abel.

direct and indirect ques- 1?r^T (hybnj') adj., only pi.

tions [Lat. ne, num]; i<'pn D^pnn.made of ebony Cii"!].

= Lat. nonne; DX "H. in "lin* (hiVCv'r) ji). 1,5'"! to


disjunctive questions: cut, to divide [the heavens
whether or. in astrology].
A*^n (he) inter}, lo! behold! "^50^ (hnb^'r) see 1,in //e.

Ti^ipti^M see mi Hi ^,'?.n (h??r) and Vin (hc^-a'y)

^?$r} (h6'5'e^) inter], [ex- pr.w.i.

clamation of joy or
mockery], aha! haha! M.A'^v to murmur, mutter,
in, nin, nn see nn;. grovs'l, coo, sigh, moan,
roar; to meditate, muse,
speak, praise. Po. inf.
^P^il only speak. Hi
(h$l)h^\'b) iH, pi.
ill to pt.
D^!2ri5.j, offeiing. sacrifice,
pi. CiinO to murmur,
gift.
M'hisper, speak.
plin see pp.;^ A7. uH
7^^ (h5^iji') inf. to

(h9l4'l) /. to separate, divide, remove.


^JC^ ^.5.7:1.

breathe out; to be vain, ^^p (h^'p^) m murmur, sigh-


to act foolishly, to liope ing ,
meditation, thonght.
Vj7 75 Kin

l^n see n;n^ ^in (h^dli'd)) ?>np. Tj^ri to

n^jn / meditatiou. pull down.


(hs^u'O-)
D*in (h^do'm) j, c. Din.
foot-stool.
sighing, musing.
^I^^n (higgayo'n) m, C ^1l] (hada'6) m, pi. Cpin
murmur, gentle myrtle.
Pl'^r},

sound, musical accompani- nDllJ (hadSBBa') pr.n.f. =


ment; pause; meditation, Esther.

plot. ^in (had^'f) inf. w.s. nD"[r!

(hQdfj'h), A<.^. 5^in^. to

push, thrust, expel, repulse.


convenient, suitable.
"inn (h^ida'r) /. i,in.^, to
(hf^5'r) pr.n.f.
',^rj

(hagr;') pr.n.m. p^.


adorn, to honour. Ni.
^"^r'J ,

"1,1^.^ to be esteemed,
D''1^n a tribe of Arabian
nomads,
honoured. Hifh. fut.

"'""r! to boast,
"in (h^d) 7n shout of joy,
nnn (hada'r) m, c "l.i'J,
exultation.
w.s. nnq, _p?. c. ni"
7^l1 (h^d^'d) pr.n.m.; also
elevation, pride, highness,
name of a Syrian deity.
splendour, glory,
"n*V. ! iU. (hadad'g'z^r) pr.n.m. nnn (h^'dgr) m ornament,
']1tD"innn (hadjdrlmmo'n) splendour.
pr.n. of a place in the nnnn (hadfra') /, c. rii^in
plain of Megiddo. = iin.
TT I

'll'l (hfd^') to stretch out Dn lij (httdora'm) pr.n.m. =


[the hand], DliX^ and QT^N;.
^"in (ho'du) pr.n.., India.

n^nn (h^dy'r) 9, pi.


njti^nn see *|p?^''^ Hoth.
Dnnq hiii.
r\?l (hah) m;-j. ah! alas!
D^nn (hadorg'm) pr.n. of
in = ^in.
an Arabian tribe.
^^1n (hy) pron. pers. 3. spf.
*'^'!^ (hiddijl'y) pr.n.m. Hi he, himself.
nin 76 n^n

"Tin, 1T\ (hod)m splendour, I^n (hQn) ///. fut.Vn; to act


iiKij'sty, HMiown, ornament. lightly, to make light of.

^^XP-V (hp'd^vyaO; ^HtP"''? Tin, in (hpr) m mountain;


(ho'd^vyrhy) nnlH (hp'-
;
fr.n. of two mountains.
4iyyr); nnin (urd-yr)
see ntr';.
ri^^ (h5vri') tjup. riin, ';in.

(hog?"^'), nTV^'"i'7 (hp'gry?')


^.^^l! (h^vvr) /, c. nin, w.^.
rii]n, passion,
"rij'T, p?. n^n (ha9-) Pii fut. ppi.";
eagerness destruction, cor-
;
to assail, rush upon.
ruption, wickedness.
Tp*" (hp9rr) pr.n.m.
T\yi (hpv5') / = n^n.
^fj^in see ^,^n //o.
Crnn (hph5'm) pr.u.m.
HTn (h5z5') 23<. p^. Dlih, to
^in (hoy) interj. alas! woe!
he sleepy, to dream.
nb'Pln (hp'lelp'^) flpl. and
niHiSinn see N^n Hi
ni^i?in (hp'l?lQ'^) / folly,

madness. ^^K^]^} see i<m Hi


D.^in (hp'l^m), D^n ,n ton see HlD: 7//.

stroke of a hammer [perh. ^n (h|) i lamentation.


for D^h, see D^T}]. v> n (hi) j:)>*o;i. /)ej-*. 3. sg.

D^n (hum) pf. Qn, w.s. f she, herself.

Dpn, to perplex, confound. in^'H (h?d5'(l) m shout of


Ni. flit. D.T. to he joy [in the vintage].
agitated, excited. Hi.
^"^J^ (hyyy^di') /", only pi.
fut. D''j7^ to sigh, moan, rriTri [also nn?'"!'] songs
to he noisy. of praise, choruses.
UiJin (hpma'm) pr.n.m. rm (hjyr) W- n:n, vn,
pn (hon) m wealth, riches, n.'^n, Pl>"t., t"'/>.
n.-^- ?.'">,

affluence; adv. enough.


sufficiently; prTN^? for pt'. f n;ln, " to be, to

nothiu"-. exist; to become, to come


n\n 77 tr:

to pass. Ai. ny^lJ to be-


'^^r','^ (h?'l^'f) adv. thither,
come, to be done, to be yonderward, farther, back;
finished, to happen. further, forward.

IT IT
n"is^n see ns^ m.
Dl'jn see nv. Dy^bn (hiUuii'm) m\pl. re-

joicings, harvest-festival,
"^^n (hfc^) j,;?er/. = "^^J^.
feast of thanksgiving.
^D^n (h?c^5'l) m and /,
T^n (h$ll$'z) and ni.^n
c^.^'.^'n, pi P"'.'?3'n and
nl'^'p\n, "".t^^^n, great
(h^llfze') m and / [also
c.
i"!/?!!
/] pron. dem. this,
house, palace, citadel;
that.
temple , tabernacle , sanc-
tuary. "^r 0. (h^U'c^) i, only p/. .

d\d^^"j, step.
^,c?^n (helQ'l) VI brightness,
brilliant star, morning-star. niD^pn (hailc^a') /; only pZ.

nlD vH, procession, march;


jD'n (hem9;'n) pr.n.m.
way, caravan.
"]''n (h|n) m a measure for
(hair*) tjlt'n
inf.
liquids, i/eo o^ ^ "^^^^5 or
nD k tlJ9. /m. T]7,'. and
'^7^- ^^ ^'^1 walk, come,
"^lI' HDn, nipn, f]:;n, wander, travel; to live;
^JSn see HDJ iTi.
to go off, to disappear;
n?n (h5c^.'r) Hi. fut n?"^ to continue; "^("if*^ inf. as

[for n^2,-in] to trouble, "to an adv. continually. Ni.


do an injury. '^-k}.}... to be gone, to

nnsn (hakkfra') f, c. rip-,


vanish. Pi. "I^H, fut.

"^.n^ pt. "Tj^^n^ to go


sight, appearance.
about; to walk swiftly; to
t'H (hal) original form of
live. Hi. T,^1n and
the defin. article; as an
T,'?^'^^ pi- p^- ^'P?'"?^' to
interrog. part. = "itl.
cause to go, to lead, to

^^I^ (h?l5') only Ni. f pt. carry away, to destroy.


'^<^^}.^ to be removed Hith. "^.t^npn to go about,
far off. to walk, to lead a life.
^k^^.

^^n (h?'igc^) m way, course, R?,n (h?'l$m) pr.n.m.

stream; traveller. (h^lmu'^) / hammer.


^^^J^n
^.d^l * (h&i^'i) M. Vn; to be on (h5ra) or DH (h$ni)
bright, to shine; to be pr.n. of a country near
splendid; to boast. Pi. the Ammonites.
bbri. imp. bbn, 'bbr\, i^^n on* (hem) or 1^}^r\ (h5m$.')
[nn^^n, ^X-I^^n praise
i, only pi iv.s. Cn^M,
the Lord!] to praise, cele- bustle, multitude [= Tipnj.
brate, glorify. Pu. 7?ri,
on (hfm), (h?'mm<i)
T\t^'i\
pi if. ^^^"n, fut. ^.i^rij,
pron. pers. 3. pi m [and f]
pt. ^^np to be praised,

to be famous. Hi.
they, themselves.

IfH^ to cause
Nri^Dn (h$mm'd5'-a-(i) pr.n.
fut. pi.
m. [Persian].
to shine, to make bright,
to give light. Hith. fut. non (h5m5') inf nin,
^.^l!^? to deserve praise, fut. n^n',, 3. pi i'',^h^
to be praised; to boast. cohort. iT^nj?^, pt. f
T^m, n;^on,"pi." niDh and
bbjl* (hm'i) pt. pi D^^r""'"?
n1V.pn, to sound, hum,
to be insolent, foolish,

mad. Poel fut. bb):]] to


gnarl, growl, bark, coo,

befool, confound. Poal


rustle, roar, shout; to be
agitated and noisy.
pt. '^,'?"i'"ip to be mad, to

rave.' Hith. fut. t^!?1nn^


^Itpn (h5mp'n) n, c "ppn.
to be mad, to feign mad- pi D^jbq, bustle, tumult,

ness. noise, agitation, com-


motion; crowd, plenty.
T'7'ri (hlUt'l) 2}r.n.m.
^.^"^^n (hampn?') pr.n. of a
uTn (hm'm) in/, d^^i^
town.
}ut. DJpni, iv.s. "'^.p'^n':., pt.p.
Dl7ri to strike, smite, '^'^'^J^ (hgmyr) / sound.

stamp; to beat to pieces; ppn = l>p>n, see \^\ Hi.


to disperse. *^''Pl! see niD.

D^'-H (hlp'ni) adv. hither, n^rpn (hamyur) and T(;^'^^r^

here. (hnmyi5') / noise.


DDn 79 -in

Dpn (h^m^'m) [= Din] fut. nnon see n^o m.


DH^, w.s. D^n^ to drive,
^i^p' n^^\^ see n^V Hi
agitate, trouble, confound,
^'^^'^^ (hnfu^?') / cessation.
disturb, disperse; to undo.
(hifrc^) inf. TJIDH, ^DH,
jUn (hjma'n) jyr.n.m.

^15'^' (hSma'fS) i, Only pi. TjiDH ^r. and in^r. to turn,


D'^Dttn, brushwood. to turn over or about, to
DDH see DDD A'i.. turn back; to change, to
*]n* (h?n) pron., see HiH. pervert; to overturn,

^n* (hen) adv. lo! behold!;


distroy. Ni. '^CH^, fut.

"=iP-'7"5 P^- ^\W}h to turn


con/, whether, if.
oneself, to be changed,
^^\] (he'nnf) ["jH] pron. perverted, overturned, de-
pers. 3. pZ. / they, them-
stroyed. Ho. "^B^ri
selves. (hghpa'c^) to be turned
n^p (he'nnf) atZi;. hither, against. Hith.pt. T]2npp
here. to turn oneself, to be
niin (hinnc') ine>;/. lo! see!; changed, to roll oneself.

w.s. V.^n, t.p. "'JA'"^ behold "T]Sn (he'fec^) and ?]Sn


me! = here I am. (he'fec^) m the reverse, the

"^G- U'',?n see n^J Hi. contrary.

(hanae^a') / permis-
TjSn (hp'fgc^) m, w.s. Q25?n
^\)i^.
sion of rest, ease. (iiQfk^rf)'m), perversity.

Dpn see -'1 n^^Sri (hafec^a') / over-


throw, destruction.
>'*'^l' (hcn^") pr.w. of a town
in Mesopotamia. (hafac^parf)) adj.
turned, crooked, tortuous.
nSjn (han5f5') / a shaking
sieve.
HTin
T IT
(h|iBB5l5') / deliver-
ance.
D^ (hp) m^e/y. hist! hush!
silence
']^n (ho'Bea) m a weapon.

npn (h565') Hi. fat. cnii,


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 np'>nn (harler) / a thing


"'."iTljl, mountain, hill, hilly torn down, ruin.
country, n^pnn (hrlBu'0-) / de-
"in see Tin. struction.
Nnn (h5r5') pr.n. of a D^n (hjru'm); Din (hpr'm)
district in Assyria. pr.n.m.

'.'^"I'l (hr'?'l) m hearth, V'^Il! (h^rmp'n) = "(IpiX


altar. citadel, tower [others:
Hermon or Armenia].

ninnn see nni ^i. )]7v (h?r5'n) pr.n.m.

^y^ (hjr^'fl) imp. 'D^l,


(hary'6), w.s. nD"]n (horB^'h),
^<. iiin, p. p. ^nn to
fut.D'in^, Dini, ?> Din,
kill, to murder, to slay.

Ni. inf. ^l^.nS [for


pt. p. w. art. D^"inn, to
pull down, to tear, break,
to be
^7)^^:^]
killed'.
fnt. ^.^v;.
Pu. :ip_n to
destroy. Ni. fut. D^n";.

to be pulled down, to be
be slain,
destroyed. Pi. inf. D"in,
^"in (hg'r^^) m murder,
Din],
fut. pt. qin^' to
slaughter.
tear down.
nnn (h?!-^') *n/. nin, inn,
Cinn m
M
nnin,
"inni,
n;;n,
nqn,
pi
p.
nnin,
/
[others:
(h'rB)

lion;
destruction
or = Din
sun].
nlin, to conceive, to be
'^nn see TsJT) HI
pregnant; ''lln parents.
Pu. n"}'^ to be conceived; Tyj} see "in.

to conceive [in mind]. ^I^l! (har^rD, H'^n (h^t'rarl')

rriri adj., only


m mountaineer.
(h^tii;;') /
n-in [also nnr.], ,. nnri, 2f^'n see DiB^' Hi.

j[)?. ninn pregnant. Dt)^*^ (h$?'m) pr.n.m. [=


I^nn (hno'n) and V'Hn
( hv'ruyp'ji ) w conception, nU'Dr^*n (h^gmd'u'^) / an-
pregnancy. nouncement.
y.^0 81 :i^?l

ytrn see n;:;*^' m. TJp^rin see D^n Hi.

^nn (h59-i'i) Pi", fui. hr.r\]


^.infD^n see r:n'^* Hiih.
to mock, to deride.
n^linrin see i^n mui.
bnn,
.'
trin
' "^
see ^^n m. "^

^nnn see n^n mth. ?

t^rin (hgO-o'l) m,
'

only jdZ.

vnn see nnx ^i. D'^^^rr'"!! mockery,, derisioa.

*l the sixth letter of the "It^ (vazii'r) m guilt [or adj.


alphabet, called IT. [nail, guilty].

hook]; as a numeral = 6.
^^,[.1 (v^yzs'^S-?) pr.n.m.
1: 1? I5 1 conj. and, and [Persian].
therefore, also, then, yet.

of a place
7*^1 (v5ia'd) and lh (vg'led)
mi (v*dgL'ii) 2>r.?i.
m child [= n.^,^.].'
'

in Arabia [Aden?].
n;-?! (v&nyr); p?;
^jj^ (v$hc'b) pr.n. of a town (vQfer);

near the river Arnon.


*11 (v5v) 7H, only pi. D^l.T.,
^?^^ (vastr) pr.n/. [Per-
c ""ll^, nail, hook. sian].

T the seTenth letter of the l-^T (z?ib^'d) pr.n.m.


alphabet, called ]'!}, [weap-
III'T (zg'bgd) m present, gift.
on]; as a numeral = 7.

^^^1 (z&bdi'); '^^^^51 (zab-


wolf. drri); nnn] (z^'bady^'j,

(z^'?'t>) pr.n.m. 'n^l^^ (z'^badyg'hy) pr.n.m.


^f!:l

riSi (zp9') pron. dem. f l-i?T (z^bu'b) ^, p?. c.


^2}2l
this, that; once "rNi. fly, musquito; 2*11] ^^2
"f?J (z5b9,'ti) to present Lord of the flies, Beel-
with. zebub.
Hebrew-English. 6
nm 82 2il

T^H] (zf^u'd) and "li3T


I '71 (zijdo'n) wi, C. "in],

(z,bbu'd) pr.n.m. pride.

njliZlT (z'^byd?.') pr.n.f. ''I (z$) />ron. dej?i. m, ?<;.

aH. riTH, this, that, such;


^^ni, bnt (z^hu'l) m hab-
itation, dwelling-place.
pron. rel. m M'ho, which;
adv. here, there; Hitp
hence; HTS here.
lu'n) pr.n.m. Zebiilon.
nr = rip.

nnr, np.i,
HT (zp) = ni<i.
n^i, fnt. j^<!

pi. D"'n5j to slaughter,


Unj (z5hrb) J: C. nn] gold,
kill, sacrifice. Pi. nsi, shekel of gold; gold-

nni, nsi;, coloured oil.


V- /. pi.

nzir.p, to sacriiice [re- DHT (z5h$'m) Pi. qrii to


peatedly]. make loathsome.
^UiL (z.'h$m) pr.n.m.

nnt (z5h&'r) Ni. "in]J, j9.


"'n^l [once m'n^l] slaugh-
inu to be enlightened or
tering, sacrifice, victim;
taught, to take warning.
meal, repast.
if/. 1"'nin to enlighten,
'^?,I (ze'b^^) pr.n.m.
to teach, to warn; to
,^i (zpb$.'y) pr.n.m. shine.
riT^l see nin]. "IHT (zo'hCir) m brightness.
NJ*^[ (z"biu5') pr.n.f.
IT 5 VT (ziv) m brightness
-51 (z5b,^'i) /m<. w.s. ^:t:?r of flowers; month of
to dwell or lie with. flowers [May].
bll' see ^U]. IT = ni, rsi.
~5- (z'tu'l) pr.n.m. if (zu) pron. dem. and rel.

^1 (z5?) m skin of grapes. m and / = HT and TST.

IT (z?d) (?/. [or pt. of nil], l^T (zub) /-/. and pt. 31,
2>Z. Oni, proud, insolent, / nn;, c. n5i, ft. 2.]\ to

wanton, wicked. flow, to flow abundantly;


mi 83 nn

to have a flux of blood; ni^t] to press together, to

to melt, to pine away. press out, to bind up, to


crush, to squeeze; to re-
3iT (zob) m monthly courses
cede, to retreat, to turn
gonorrhoea.
away; pt. ^\ strange,
TIT (zud) ["I^i] to seethe; to
arrooant. Hi.
stranger, foreigner, adult-
be proud,
erous. Ni. "1]^ to 'turn
TVlH, /" "^lll,

cause to boil, to cook; to


"T.D to
away. Ho. pt. TntD to

be estranged.
act proudly, wickedly.
nH/lT (zur') adj. f crushed
C^T^T (zuzi'm) pr.n.m. pi.
[see 1-1].
tribe of gigantic aborigines
NT I (zaz?,') pr.n.m.
in Palestine.

PinlT (zo^e'-B-) pr.n.m.


nnt (zf^a'^) Ni. fut. nil
to be displaced.
(zavro-) /, only pi.
^\^^X
^nt. (za^ri) pt. ^n'], pi. c.
ni^l)^ corner [of an altar],
''^'^n.'], to creep, crawl; to
corner-pillar.
steal off timidly.
^^t (zyi) pt. ^l to pour out,
ri^nT (zo^e'ieO-) / serpent,
to lavish.
reptile [in the pr.n.
n^-iT (zyla) f, C. rh^\ W.S.
n^n'n px].
'H/TI removal; prep, be-
(zMp'n) adj. seething,
sides, except. I*''!!
swelling, raging.
^^T (zun) Ho. pt. "nO to be

well fed.
**''T (zlz) m fulness; what
moves and lives, animal.
n^iT = riJi see ("Jl..

^*^T (zv'a') to move oneself,

to tremble. Pi. pt. y.iyiO


(zinr);i^,l (zi'^O; n'l'(^it)
pr.n.m.
to agitate, to vex.
^''t (zif) pr.n. of a town
^/i)] (z^vaY) / terror,
in Judah; gent. ''2''1.

vexation.
nS*T (zlfa'j pr.n.m.
"I^T (zur) pf. "1|, pi. il'i. and
nlp^T, D^P^T see pi.
n] [or from l^v], /

(za'yIO-) 7n, i.p. r:,;, c.


^^J_
8*
84 UU
)m
n^l, pi. DTn, olive-tree, 121]. Hi. 1^3]n, inf.

olive, olive-branch, olive-

oil; D^r^.M in the Mount to bring to remembrance,


of Olives. to mention, to record [p^
historiographer]; to praise,
1*^ A (zc9-l.i'n) pr.7i.m.
to offer praise, to burn
T]l(zc^)mf;, r>. "I, /n^i,
incense.
transparent, clear, pure,
"I.?J (z*cf)*r) ), vl. on.;],
innocent.
a male [of men and ani-
n^^ (z5c^a') /^. HD]^ to be mals], man.
transparent, clear, pure, "1?* ipj.* (z.r*$r) m,
innocent. Fi. HDl, fat.
w.s.
(zc'cficr),

remembrance,
^51? to cleanse, purify. ''1?"i.

memory; memorial, fame,


Bitli. npin to cleanse one-
praise.
self.
'r,i (z'c^$r) prn.m.
n^poT (z'd)m'^) f glass, ]T\^] (zlkkgrp'n) m, c. Ill^l
crystal.
W..5. T):n5T, ^;. D^Ji?! and
1^7^ (zijc^u'r) rf/-, ^f.s. niy"151, memorial, re-
t]"]1D}, born as a male. membrance, record, ac-
coll. males. count; memorable saying;
celebration.
I^^I (z^kkv'r) ;
^'T\_ (z$kk$'y)

pr-n.m. JrT (zIc^iT) pr.n.m

T]!Dt Hxl?! (z'f^H^rys') and ^nn2]


(zfc^^'c^) to shine, to
be bright, pure. Hi. "IH (z|c^$ry5'hu) pr.n.m.

to cleanse. P^'pT (zyiiu'O-) / baseness.


'^irj .(z.^iz$'i) }, only p?.
"I.?I (z5d)i3i'r) iuf. i:;, lb],
9"','ri*?l, shoot, twig.
imp. ")!?], /. 12]: to

pierce; to impress [on the ^^l i^m'l) pi. ^.hl to be a

memory], to remember, glutton, to squander, to

recollect, mention. iVt. debauch; to be mean,


15]^, fut- 15 j? to be re- miserable, despised. Ni.
membered, mentioned; to 7^ to be shaken, to quake.

be born as a male [from Hi. ^''^.T] to despise.


isy^i 85 mi

"IPJ (zfra^i'r) to cut off, to

c. ri2y/i, hot wind, heat. pinch off [vines]. Ni.

nS^T (ziip^') pr.n.f.


flit. 1^^^ to be pruned.
Pi. "1,^1. inf. and imp. "1^1,
n^T (zlmm5') /". c. r^^u plan, fi(f- "1,T?I% to harp on
counsel; evil deed, lewd- chords, to play, sing,
ness, incest, apostasy. praise, celebrate. -
npt (zg'm^r) m an unknown
pi. D^nbl, vine-twig, shoot, animal, wild goat, gazelle
branch. or antelope.

^nlr^i see D^l. n^DT (zimr^') and nipi


(zirara'^) /. c. rilDl, _pL
2)P1 (z^mzo'm) pr.n., only
n1"]!p"[, music, song, praise,
pV QVP.iPl, a tribe of
object of praise, choice
gigantic aborigines in the
things.
country of the Ammonites.
n?9T (zTmi-r); ]y:?\ (zlmrs'n)
n^'PJ (zfmi'r) m vine-cutting.
pr.n.m.
'T'P'r (z^mrr) m, pi. n1"ip],
jl (zan) m, pZ. D^J], species,
song, hymn, song of praise
sort, kind.
or triumph.
2;5T (zfna'b) Pi 2i] [from
n i*uT (z^mirg;') pr.n.m.
beat
3^1.] to or destroy
UDT (zfm^'m) pf. 1. sg. the rear.
Tipi and T.l^l, t/.
-iJT (zjua'b) m, w.s. "i^^lr p?.
nlDi,VH.Ci;, p^.'-Or [for
nn;i, c. rrin^i, tail, 'end,
itDP], pf. Dpi, to muse,
stump; something mean.
meditate, think, devise,
njT (z5na ) inf "M, n"i:i,
resolve, plot.
)^. f ruin, im'pf. njj,
DUT (zami'm) in, t^.5. ^^pl / n:7, pz. D^;, niJi, 'to
plan, plot.
fornicate, to whore, to

^PJ (z^mS'n) P. pt. ;D!p to commit adultery ;


pi. f HJi,
be appointed, determined, nJll harlot; to apostatise,

to commit idolatry, to
determined time. have intercourse with false
mjT

gods or foreigners. Pu. angry; to punish, to curse.


^\^^^ wliorlng is committed. Ni. pt. D^^'p. to be
Hi. "41'"'' ^^Z^- '''^ angry, black-browed.
nniJin^, to seduce to
D>;i (za"$m) m, i.p. DVl
whoredom, to commit for-
IV. s. ''PVI, anger, wrath,
nication.
rage.
nijj (zjno'ad^) pr.n. of two
^V] (zr*f) pt. pi. D^Dvi,
places.
to be angry, to look sor-
D'^pi^T (z^nuni'm) m!pl. whore-
rowful or sullen.
dom, idolatry, intercourse
^VX (z*'?'0 adj. angry,
with foreigners.
irritated.
r^^t (z'nv'o-) pi Q^n^J],
/,

idolatry, apostasy, unfaith-


^1 (z&"af) m, w.s. iVi
anger, rage, raging [of the
fulness.
sea].
r\yi (z5n^'^) fut. nri) to
P^^} (z5'^'k) inf. pi/], imp.
reject. M. rv:]ri, n^J]Nri
pV], A/. pVV, to cry,
to reject, profane; to cause
or produce stench; to be
lament, implore. i\7.

P,*^]^, /. P.Vv^ to be called


dried up [a river].
together, to assemble.
py[ (z5nCi'k) Pi. fut. p^r to
Hi. inf py.]ri, imp. pyin,
leap forth.
fut. pl!]l to cry; to call
n>7. (ze'?') /, c. nyi sweat. together.
nv^n (z^"av^') /[for nvi]]
terror, vexation. outcry,
(z^\\k5') f . r^p.-V.l

|,]^,1
(74"'^v5'n) pr.n.m. complaint, lamentation.

1^] (z^'c'r) m a little, a ^mS"[ (zifro'n) pr.n. of a


trifle; adv. a little while, town in northern Palestine.
Tjyt (zti'^'c^) A^'. T]|y]J to be n>T (z?'ft^9-) /, i.p. nsi,
extinguished. pitch.
^V\ (z^M'm) t/n;). HOVJ, pT (zok) j, only pi D^-?i

and rilp"*"!, fetter, chain;


^^ DV' to be irritated or burning dart, fierv arrow.
n:nii

*|[JJ
(z?k5'n) m and /. c. ]'p.]. ' 'jT (zara') inf. fllT. , imp.
'nj[,fuf.r['r\;:,y\%'pt.rr\)

*]pt* (zake'n) /h^ p.I^ to 1)C


to scatter, to winnow.
or grow old. Bi. fut.
Ni. inf. riiTH to be scat-
tered. Pi.'rni nn;
, inf
VI?.]1
to grow old.
fut. nil), pt. rnvq to
pt^ (zake'n) rf/., c p.], scatter, disperse; to win-
pz. D^:j?.!, c. ^}:y>\, oii now, sift. Pu. HT, pt.
aged; i old man. elder, ni; [for rr:^] to be
senator. strawn, to be spread out.
']py (zp'kgn) m old age.

rijfpt (ziknr) / and U]}-^}^ w.s'.'vi],'piny,% riiv%


vi!pl. old age. c. ''Vn* the arm, the lower

5]p.t (z?ka'f) p^ ?]pj to lift


arm, shoulder [of animals]

up, to raise. strength ,


power, might,
army; violence; help.
pj^T (zaka'k) Pi. pf} to

purify, refine. Pu. pjp.j,


^"nT (zcrp'a') and t/*n,l (ze-

pt. pi^l^ to be purified,


refined. things sown, garden herbs.

IT (zar) adj. [pt. of lit], / '^''T^.T (zarzi'f) m heavy


nni, p?. "'T, strange, shower.
alien, foreign. T'THT (z^trzi'r) m girded.

"IT (zer) m border, ledge,


'^^t (zara'^) inf. Iji"!, fut.
edge. nil? to flash up. to shine

^*yi (zfra') m something forth, to rise [of the sun]

loathsome. to break out, to grow up,


to bloom.
'yy[ (zara'b) Pu. fut. 2T^
to be made to flow [others ''J*, (ze'ra^) m. w.s. "Hll,
to be heated]. sun-rise.

^J-^ J !
(zrubbab6'l) pr.n.m. ' '
J*." (ze'ra^) pr.n.m. ;
patron.
'nil.
'
J,I (ze'red) pr.n.. i.p. *T"1,\,

brook or valley in Moab.


CT 88 22n

DnT (z5ra'in) to -wasli away. seed, corn, crop; issue,


Po. Oy, to pour out. progeny, posterity, famil}',
race.
^'^X (ze'rom) ni, i.p. Dl\
shower of rain, flood, hail- j
i>n! (z?'r5,'p'u) m, only pi.

storm. C^jVIJ... vegetables.

,T : (zl'"'"5') / emission P^l (zar^'k) /m/. pnj^ to


[of seed]. scatter, strew, sprinkle;
V^l (z5rri") in/, yil, imp. i/itr. to be sprinkled.
y,l], fnt. vnr, pt. yiT, pt. p. Pu. pT to be sprinkled.
Vl\ to scatter, to strew
Po.
seed, to sow, to plant. "^.^r
to sneeze.
(z^ru'r) fut. 11.ii;

Ni. v,liJ, fut. >nr to be


"1!!ir (z5i-$'i-) p/- '1: [or
sown, to be scattered, to it>^-

be propagated. Pu. VI i
from 111] to be pressed out.

to be sown. Bi. fut. ^*^\.{z^'rB)pr.n.f. [Persian].

y^?.]!, pt. yn.lO to yield


^')l (zrit'9-) f span [others
seed; to conceive seed.
the little finger].
vnj, (zriti') VI, i.p. yii^. c.
^^^1 (z$tta'); qni (z-^n'm)-,
ynj, and yT, H'.s. \yii, '^p. [Persian] (z'^H'v)
^Z. W.5. DD ">!;"] i_ sowing-; pr.n.m.

I I
the eighth letter of the hidden; to step back.
alphabet, called fl'TI [fence]; Pu. NSri to hide oneself.
as a numeral = 8. Bi. N^Snri, fuf. N3n!l.
n (c^ol)) m, w.s. ""Iin bosom. to hide, conceal. J/o.

^,5" i^^W) and ^2r\, imp. N3pM (hCt(^b5') to be hidden.

VI \3q [for nsq] to hide


Bith. K2nr;^,-; to hide

oneself.
Ni'. XSqj, 2. sg.
or conceal oneself.

m nx^ni, M^nn, /^
inf.
22n {d)(\Wh) pt. 22~ to

love, to cherish.
i<,?nr, /)^ ^^ D'xin; to
conceal oneself, to be tP^ (S)pV^''.) pr.u.vi.
'.3"

nnn see N^H. "'_'75r)j cord, rope, line,

snare; measuring - line,


1l2n (^$hp'r) pr.n. of a
portion of land, district;
tributary of the Euphrates.
troop, band of men.
n^isn (^abur?') aud n"j-i3n
^in (^abp'i) m and ^^^U
(^pbyra') / stripe, wound.
(^abpl5') f a pledge.
t:nn (^aba't) fat. tipHl, ^^n (^ibbfl) m rope, cable
pt. tD3"n to knock, to
[others: mast or helm].
strike, to beat out. Ni.
7Zin 'b^ri,
(^pbe'l) m, pi. c.
fat. t33n^ to be beaten out.
sailor, shipman. coll. crew.
n^^n (^ab^y^;') pr.n.m.
np^if^n (^ab^BB'l5') / a
^"i^^n (^gbyo'n) m a hiding,
flower, lily, daffodil, cro-
covering, tent, hut.
cus or meadow-saffron.
n*^^in (^ab^BBlnya') pr.
^'Zin^, p. p. '^'r'^j to bind, n.m.
to pledge. iVuM /in.^ pin (^aba'k) pt. f ri^nn,
to be pledged. P/. ^2n^ to embrace. Pi. inf. p,5n.
flit. ^^^] to labour in
to embrace,
fut. p,5n^
childbirth, to bring forth clasp, hug.
with pain. plin (^ibbQ'k) m folding of
<?"^ (^?t>^'l) inf ^^Q, /^- the hands.
'r'Zini to act perversely. p-ip^n (^abakka'k) pr.n.m.
Ni. fut. /.nn,'!. to be in-
"Iin (^abn'r) pt. I5'n, pt. p.
jured, destroyed. Pi.
I'Zin to be bound together,
inf b^n, fid. b2ri] to in-
be united; to conjure,
jure,^ ravage, destroy. to
charm, fascinate. Pi.
Pu. "P^n to be broken, to inn;
inn, inf inn, fut.
be diminished.
to bind, unite. Pu. inn,
bzn (^e'bei) m, pi. D^,^;n. fut. inri;, IV. s. "ilbri;
c. ^,/5D pain, pains of (y^e^obrd^?') [or for Q.
birth.'
^
rn^DI], to be joined, to
^in (^e'W) m [once /"], be bound together. Hi.
;>V. D\t'?r), c. (t'^D and I^nnn to string together,
inn 90 itr\

to compose. Hith. "l,5nrn

[once ISnOJ^] to unite to bind on, to wrap round;


oneself. to bind up [a wound],
"i.?n (c^,vh^'r) m, pi. Dnnn, ti'^Iin surgeon; to saddle;
conjurer, sorcerer. to cover, envelop, enclose;
to govern, rule. Pi.
^^V^,
pt. ^'Znp to bind up, to
an associate.
inn (d)ai,e'i-) a^j.. pi. Dnnq.
restrain. Pu. *^%[} to be
bound up.

joined, united; associate, ^50 (^5M'^) m. only pi.

D"'nnq, baked things,


companion, friend.
pastry.
"inn* (ei^'b^r) m, pz. Dnnq,
community, company, so-

ciety; spell, charm, en- w. art. -)!nn, iv.s. Vill, pi.

chantment. n"',^n, c. \^r\, festival, feast.

"inn* (^rVgr) ^,^rj (^ygg?') [for n;)n] /


["l^p] pr.n.m.;
fear, trembling.
patr. n?ri.

nnnnnn (e^abarburr)
n:n* (d)5?5'b) m, pi. D^p^q
f,
[eatable] locust.
only /)L nll^n^ri, stripe,

streak. J-^^i; (^?^5'b) pr.n.m.

nnnn (^^bi-r) / society.

company.
nnnn see nnuq.
^innn (e^^bro'n) pr.n. of a '^n (^yggi') /. -3n;, pi.

town in Judah; alsojt>r.n.}n., lilln^, jt. j^.ln to dance,


patr. '':n?r). to move in a procession,

rrDr\_ (c^ab^'rea-) see


to keep a festival; to reel,
/,
to be giddy.

nnnn (rf)oi)ij'r(?^) / joining-,

junction. only p?. "Il^n. ravine, cleft.

1i-?n (dKi^o'r) adj., pi. r.

iw/). ti^l^n. fut. ^'^n.l and ^li-iq, girded.


I^jU 91 ty'in

cease, to leave off; to ab-


"^"^^n {^'^^o't) m girdle.
stain, refrain, desist; to
nnuH (d^agorg') /, 7V.S.
quiet, resign; to rest.
^nnl^q, pi. ni:.q, girdle.
t'nn^ (^5de'l) adj., c. ^iq,
apron.
ceasing, failing, forsaken,
^.5n (^^gg^'y); ^.^Q (^&ggi');
forbearing.
n^^n (e^aggiyyft') pr.n.vi.
''in (#e'dl) m, i.p. ^'jn,
resting-place of the dead,
n^^^n (^Qgl5') pr.w/. grave.

"l^n (^ag?l'r) inf. "I-JlI, tmp- 'y) pr.n.m.

Pin (^e'dek), p*n (e^e'dek)

p. I^.'n, pt. p. "li^n, w;. art. m a thorn, thorn-bush.


"l-uHH, to bind about, to
^pnn (^idde'kel) j^r.w., the
gird, to put on.
river Tigris.
"in (^ad) adj., f ""n, sharp. "inn (^adar) pt. f ^'1^^,
^f^rj (^ada'd) fid. ini to be to enclose, to assault.

sharp ; to be quick. Ei. "Tin (^g'der)


7n, t>. Tjn,
fui. ini to sharpen. Eo. It;. Zoc.n nnnn, t^. ar^.
'^TvT\ to be sharpened. ?.p. niinq, c' inq, _?>?.
"^in (^''da'd) pr.n.m. D^l^q, c. n.in appart-
ment, chamber, sleeping-
^'^^ i^Ht) fid. "n"*.! to be

glad, to rejoice. Pi. fui.


room, bride-chamber; re-

cess, inmost part.


HTin^ to gladden, to cheer.
Tjnnn (^$dra'd))^r.w., either
n^^n (^addu'd) m, only pi.
a Syrian king, or a town
DHimO, sharp point.
and district near Da-
nnn f^gdva') / joy.
mascus.
(#5drd) pr.n. of a
^^"D
town in Benjamin.
^m (^ada's) Pi. ^'"ijn^

imp. tr^'-.n, fid. u'^n]'. to


'TT\ (^ad?l'l), Hn* (^fde'l), renew, restore. Hith.
w. interrog. H ^T^7,inn , in/.
^".Dr^~ to renew oneself,
to make oneself young
fid.' b'lr^l, pi 'h'^r^i, "to again.
^:in 92 ^^I

^**jn (c^5d5's) adj., IV. art. nin^ (^^vv5') pr.n.f. of the


first woman, Eve [= life].
^l1t^''T^]. new, fresh, youug. nn (t^5z,l'y) pr.n.m.
renewed, unusual; unheard
of news; new sword.
and Cn^q, hook; thorn,
t^nh {^o'm) m [once /], thorn-bush; fissure, cleft.
n'.5. Iti^'in (rfjydsp'), pi t^in (ei^yt) ?n thread, mea-
D^rin (^od55i'ni), IV. art. suring-line, cord.

*'?J^ (c^Ivvj') pr.n.m. of a


new moon, day of the new
Canaanitic tribe, Hivite.s.
moon; month.
'Iv'^'^n (^'^vHs') ;,r.w. of a
"^lO (^Q^sr) jor.n. of a country in northern Arabia.
district near Lake Gen-
^Ti'(ci^ai), "r^n {m) pf.bn^
nezaret.
inf. AT\, imp. ^-lU, ^^"Tin,
^^n (e^yb) Pi 2V to make
.1 - ' IT' IT' I

T '

guilty. to turn in a circle,


'HUr
^"in (^pb) ,u deht. to whirl, twist, writhe; to

be in labour [of child-


n J in (ei)pV)5') pr.n. of a place
birth]; to be afraid, to
north of Damascus.
tremble, to reel; to wait,
^^n (^^y^) p/-. Jin, to de-
hope; to revolve, to rage,
scribe a circle, to enclose.
to assault, to be strong or
-^ii I
(rf)Ci?) in circle, horizon, pithy. Pi. y^in, V^
the vault of heaven. t^^ln], pt. "T^lnp to dance

nTl in a circle; to bear a


(cf)qd) pf. "in, imp.
child, to produce; to cause
^1'''^^ /^<^-
"^"C^T- ^0 propose
to bring forth; to hope,
a riddle or a parable.
wait. Pt(. 'r^^^in to be
nin (rt)5v5') Pi. M. M:,.n^, ^
born. IJi. b'nn. fut.
to announce, relate. to cause
f?l to tremble;

nin* (f^&vvr) /. pi. r]n to twist, shake, tremble;


(d)i:ivvp'-9-), tent, vilhige of to wait anxiously; to be
nomads. in labour. //o. fut. 'TQl"'
^*n 93 1]n

to be horn. Bith. ^,^.1non "Tin, ^"iln see in, nh.


to writhe with pain; to
*lin 5 in (^yr) t fine white
whirl oneself; to wait,
linen white
hope. Hithpalp. fut.
or
cloth, byssus.
cotton,

^n*?Dr*? to he terrified,
lin (e^yr) ;u hole, prison.
^
grieved.
I^n (^ur) pr.n.m.
''^n (^iji) pr.n. of an Ara-
maean district.

^^n
"'"
(^oi) m sand. (c^url') pr.n.m.

2*n (^ym) adj. sunburnt, ^^'" (^urg'm) pr.n.m. =


black.

npln (^pma') [.T^n] /, c. jy||G (^$vr5'n) j)r.M. of a


r,1n, pi. niDin, du. district south of Damascus,
D\'2"i?:D'in, enclosure, wall; Auranitis.

chaste maiden. t^^n (^as) [iJ^'^n] 2>/. *^'n^

D^n (^y6) pt. on, imp. inf. tr'in, m^;. n:i''*n, fut.
'

np-n, fat. c*n^, cn^, cn;i tr'^n^, D'nr}i, to make


(v|iyy5'^yfi) to commiserate, haste, to flee, to hasten to,

to pity, to spare. pt.p.l^^n hasty; to feel, to

be affected. Z^/. fut. tS'^n;


5^1n [?in] (d|pf) m coast,
to cause to haste, to haste,
shore.
to flee, to do quickly.

nfrin(^asa);\ti:-in(^asry);
w.7?i.; pcUr. "'pSiPI.
^*-^''n (^ysi'm); D^'lH
^in (^qb) m, w. loc. n ri*i'n,
(^us5'm) pr.n.m.
"'^nn, pi. nli:"n, nrin
Dnins Dnh {^oH'm) m
outside, exterior, street,
seal, signet-ring.
lane, field; adv. without,
Url III (^pO-a'ra) pr.n.m.
outside; "f'np from with-
out [opp. n."'3P]; except. ^f^^JH' ^.^^J^jn (^az5'e'i)

p'in (^ok) m bosom. pr.n.m. of a king of Syria.

"1,1" (e^5va'r) fut. i.p. ni^n,\., ntC' (^5z5') m/"- f^l'iri, imp.
to be white, to grow pale. nin, A<^ nin,^, tnit, pt.
IVT 'm
nVn, pi. U^p to split, di- fut. p'.n^ to bind fast, to

vide; to see, look, behold, gird; to make firm, to

observe, gaze; to select; encourage; to strengthen,


to prophesy. support; to harden, ob-

ntn (e^5z') n, c. H i.q


,
pi.
durate. Hi. pV-Pn^ i^^f-

niin, middle part or breast P'J.nn, pi.qn, /arp^ini,

of animals.
pt- P^'H,^ to make firm,
to strengthen; to hold fast,
ntn (^pzr) m \pt. of nm],
to seize, to retain, to keep;
c. nin, a seer, prophet,
to be strong, firm; to be
astrologer; covenant.
attached. Hith. p^nrn
**n ((^"zo') pr.n.m. to be confirmed; to prove

Wvision,
(*azo 111

revelation,
C. inn
I

pro-
courageous, valiant, help-
ful.

phecy. p*'^ (^?[z5'k) adj.., w. art.


pinn, pi. DT.iq, c. ^^p,
vision, revelation. f '"^pID. strong, firm, va-
liant; sound, poweiful,
^"^^^ (el)yza''9-) / appearance,
violent, hard.
conspicuousness; vision,
revelation ; covenant.
pjn (^5zric) adj. = P|n.

nn (^5zi'z) m, c. riq, bolt, pin (^fz^k) m. u'.s. ''pin,

flash of lightning. strength, might, help.

*'*';.n (eij^zfr) wi swine, boar.


pjn (^p'zgk) m = p.]n.

1
,10 (^fzl'r) pr.n.m. npiH (^ezk5') /, c. npjn,

pTJi
the growing strong,
(d55zrk) inf. niPin
strength, the overcoming.
(e^nzk?'), "p- p,in, 'ij^in,

/"wf. j^lp,?,, p^in.^ to be bound npTH (^ozk5') /a strengthen-


fast, to be attached; to ing, repairing; force, vio-

make firm, to support, lence, severity; "IPt]'??

preserve; to be firm, violently.


strong, courageous; to con- (rijizkr); ri^PlH (rtnz-
^Pl"
quer, to hold fust. Pi. kiyy5') and iH^pin (rt)Tz-

p,i.n, inf. and imp. p^.O^ klyyii'hy) [Hezekiah] pr.n.m-


nn 9^ ^n

nn (^5e^) 7n, w.s. 'nn, pi.


riNbn, sin, transgression;

D'nn, c. 'nn [= nlri] hook, sin-offering, atonement.

brooch, ring. nton (^5t^'b) fut. nbq:, pt.

^pn (^"^r) , only pi. npn, joz. c. 'ntpn, to cut

D''}m = nn. wood, to split. Pu. pt.


2L2np to be hewn, sculp-
tured.
fut N'on;'., p. NL^h/xiH,
j^z. D\s'i?'n, / nN^ipn to njj^n (^atijba') f only 2^1-

fail, to miss; to sin, to mn'tpn ,


party - coloured
forfeit; to endanger. Pi. texture, tapestry.

N'^L^n, fut. K^t^n] to atone ntjn (^itta) f pi. Q^L^n,


for, to expiate, to clear wheat, grain of wheat.
from sin. Hi. J<^ppn, Itpn see N,t:n.
inf. N^pnn, fut. N'pn,i,
tr*ltpn (^attus); Ntp^pn
i<,t?nil,'i?' ^^pHD to miss,

fail; to cause to sin, to


(e^atitr); ^5^1211 {mm)\
NS^pq (e^atlfa') pr.n.m.
seduce, to make guilty, to
condemn. Hith. Nt^nr^n OPC (^ata'm) /m^. 1. 5(7.

to miss one's way [from "Dfiiq^* (^tQ'm), to limit,

terror]; to free oneself restrain.

from sin. 5]pn (^5ta'f) inf fjltpq,

>^??n (^attr) m, pi Q^x^n, /i<. '^pq.l, to snatch away,


/ n>|:tf n, sinner, penitent. to rob.

"ipn (^p'ter) m shoot, twig,

ixt^n, pi. D^N'^q, c. vstpq, rod.

sin, transgression, fault nt^n see rxL^n.


punishment of sin.
^D (^*y) adj. i.p. ^n, tt;.

nStpn (^ata'a') / siu;


);. ^nn, cV, pi.^'^.n, c.
sacrifice for sins,
"'^.n, /n;n, c. n;.n, r^.s. ^r;n,
njjtjn (^attgV) /sin, guilt, pi. ni^n, living, alive,
punishment. vigorous, fresh, raw, run-
nstjn (^attr^-) /, c. nxt:n, ning [water]; in exclama-
ic;.s. 'rxt^n, pi. n1i<^n, c. tions and oaths ""D = by
^s^n 96 'iH^n

the life of. as one lives; ^'>n^ )Ii) m pain, pang,


subst. pi. life, livelihood, trembling.
refreshment.

'^^ V (f^r?'0 pi'.n.m. Vx\, 'rn, it'.s. "I'^^n, pi


D^,^;n, c. ^,^^n,' power,
pi. niTn, riddle, pnrable. strength, valour; military
proverb, oracle; song; in- force, army; wealth; vir-

trigue, tue, honesty.

n^^n (e^$y*') /)/. 3. sg. also "^"n see ^n.


'n, inf. n;n, ni;ri, imp.

"'n;;.!, to live, to exist,


^^^D (^?i$'ni) /. of a
t.2>.
town in Syria.
to enjoy life; to live anew,
to recover, to be well. \^y^ (^U?'n) pr.n. of a town
Pi. n!|.n, inf. nlin, imp. in Judah.

^'n (^in) m beauty, grace.


to make alive, to enliven, wall.
7?!1 (^rylB) i
to animate, to quicken;
11^^n(^iBp'n)arf/.,/-n:i'i^n,
to preserve, to refresh, to

rebuild. n;nn, inf outer, exterior, civil [opp.


Hi.
sacred].
n?nn, nvnn, to preserve

in life, to restore to life. P^D' pD (^?lt) i bosom,


lap; inside, hollow, en-
n^n (^5yg') adj., fipi. ni]n,
closed part.
living, vigorous.

HTl* nin and


n I'n (e^lrg') pr.n.m.
(^$yyr)/, c.

in^n, xv.s. 'n^n, p/. r1";n, D]1T' (rf)Ir5'm), DlTn (^iro'ni),

living being, animal, Dj^iPl (^Cii-y'm) pr.n.m. of a

beast; life. king of Tyre.

i^.^n* (rf)Ciyy.a') / crowd,


band, troop. ntr'^n, to hasten.

ri^'^n (^^yyii'9-) / life, life- ^*^r\^ (e^Is) i haste; adv.


time. hastily, swiftl}'.

^Ti* see hn. in^n see n^n'.


o; i^^n

T^n (^?d^) i, iv.s. "".^n, pi. c.


nItpDn, wise, intelligent,

cavity of the prudent,experienced,clever;


''Dn, palate,

month. suhst. a wise man, philo-


sopher, magician.
HDn (^iic^a') pt. rQh. pi c.

"Dn, to wait for, to hope.


npDn (^t'c^ma) /, c. no^n,
Pi. nrn. fut. nsn^, pt.
wisdom, knowledge, ex-
perience, intelligence, in-
"Dnip to wait for, to hope,
sight, judgment.
to expect, to loug for, to
^JliJjn (^ad^raoni') pr.n.m.
tarry.

niDn (^$kk5') /hook, aug-le.


nlDDn (^ycf)rao'9-) and
nlp^n (e^ac^mo'^) f [.^p.]
r!'J''pn (^adijlf') pr.n. of a
wisdom.
hill near the desert of Siph.
^n^ '^^n (^el) m outer

Hx n (^ad^^ly?') pr.n.m. fortification, bulwark, wall,


"^"^PD {mm"^) dj., c. ^
rampart.
'',?''/?D, darkling-, dim. ^n (^pl) adj. profane, un-

n-i^^^Dn holy.
(^a(^lilu'5-) f dark-
ening [of the eye], drunken- n^ij^n* (^el'a') /rust.
ness. nSpn (^gra') pr.n.f.

P?~ (^5cl}*'m) imp. DSH, 3;^n (^fla'b) i, It/, ai'f.

fut. Q=n.\ to be wise, in- nfnn, c. n'^q, milk.


telligent, prudent; to be-
37n (^c'lgb) ^and 2^n
come wise. Pi. fut. ^pyr.

to make wise, to teach.


^z. D^njpq, c- '''n?q, fat
Pu. pt. DSrip to be
marrow, best part.
cunning, clever. Hi. pt.
U^'J^T\t^ to make wise. n^2,^n (^elba') pr.n. of a
town in Asher.
Hith. D?nrn to think one-
^l!!ipn (^lbp'n) pr.n. of a
self wise, to show oneself
wise. place near Damascus.

Cjn c C2u,
(rf)ac^a'm) adj.,
n^^l^n (^elbW) / a strong-

p;.D^p2n,c.^,9pn,/nD2q, smelling resin.

c. np^n^ pV'nIopq, c.

Hebrew-Eii<:rlish. 7
98

DlJl^nandni2i>n,c.i:i^n,
^
iv.s."*J]^r}, life, lifetime; hole, window.
world, worldliness. "Pn (d^pl^'n) ;;;-.n. of towns.

T?^(^p'igd) m mole [others: V?D (tfKlp'n) pr.n.m.


weazel]. ^?y^Ti (t^.\llpn$'y) ,u window-
n^pn (^uldr) pr.n/.
work [others: adj. Avith
many windows].
^"^rr} (^aio'f) w destitution,
oi-phanage.

to be languid, weak, ill.


^0.'^' smooth.
to be sick, to suffer, to be
pained. Ni. n^n^J., pt. ^WP^, [mm') f defeat.
^^"hn see '^^n'.
f '^^1 to become sick, to
be incurable, to be grieved. nPn (^^'la'^) pr.n. of a place
Pi. rhn. inf. nij^n, or district in Mesopotamia.
imp. "/H, fut. 'rn^l, to make ^^nt?n
u'l) pr.n of a
ill or sick; to flatter, to
town in Judah.
implore. Pu. H^H to be-
come weak or sick. Hi. ^/jy?^ (^$1^51$') f trem-
\^pn [for rj^nn, or for bling, anguish, pain.

^i^nn from ii,in\ to make ^,pn (^5i^'t) Hi. fut. lusj'n!!,


sick, to show sickness. to ascertain, to take for an
Ho. n^nn (ho'cfjoir) to be omen.
wounded. Hith. inf.
ni-'nrin, imp. bnr^r^^
VH* Mr) ), ;>/. D>7n.
fut.
and .T^n (c^^iy9')/ecklace,
'
nO^.l, to become sick, to
ornament.
feign oneself sick.

n?n (mm') f c. n^n, pi.


VQ (f^"U') ;>' of a town
in Asher.
f\bn, cake [for offering].

Dipn (^aip'ni) t, pi. nlo'^q,


i.jt). t'n. u'.s. r^n (^glyp'),
dream.
;)L D^.Jn, w.s. ^r.Jn, sick-
1^;D (rf)ijll(>'n) m and f pi.
ness, illness, suffering.
^^^n 99

^,^n* (^ai^'i) m. hr\r\, i. sg.


^
something hollowed out, "ni-^nn, 3. pi. I'^nn, ^ inf.

pipe, flute. hr\r\, \v.s. D7nn, 'fut. 'rn;,

^n^l, to hegin, to open.


T'vn^ (W'O c(dl- profane;
adJ. rb'!?^, nj.'pn far he ^,^^ (^ala'l) m [or adj.], w.

it! God forhid! art. b'^nri, ^


c. b^U, pi
D^'pjq, c. (^'pn, pierced,
killed, slain; / n^Jn. pro-
niD'pn, change, alteration;
stitute.
garment for changing,
Dt^n ^
(^ala'm) fut. D'|?q,\,
festal dress; exchange of
pt. D'^'n, to he strong; to
soldiers, relief.
dream. Hi. fut. ^^'^m,
pt. pi D''p'7nu5, to make
^Z. nl^^tri, spoils, armour. sound or strong; to cause

niDT'n (d^c'l^k^') adj.., i.p. to dream.

r^^jn, pi. D"'f<p)'n [from ^.rU (^c'leni) py.n.m.


''3'?n]unfortuuate,wretched. niD/^n (^ailamu'^) f the
'^,?rjV(^?iri) inf. IV. s. ''nl^n, w^hite of an egg, insipid

he pierced, j)erforated. food.


to
Po. pt. f n'j,^inp to t^'ip^n (^allfml's) m, c.

pierce, wound. Pi. yt. tJ^"'P?n, hard stone, flint.

pi. '.t'^np [from bhn'] ^bn


inf f^i^q,
to play^ on the flute. (^5lJL'f)

to glide along, to
fut.

^/n,"!.?
Pu. pt. ^.^Dt? and ^.^in^
move past, to pass away,
to he pierced, perforated.
to hasten past, to pass on;
^^^ (^5i?i'i) M- ^n;, fut. to transgress; to pass

i-V-^TP- t^ ^^ profaned, to through, to pierce; to

he defiled. Pi. hbn, inf. change; to shoot forth,

b)^n. w.s. "hbn, fut. bbn] to grow up. Pi. fut.

to profane, defile, pollute, ^,^.D^ to change [clothes].

prostitute; to make common. Hi. ^'bnr., fut. n^^Di,


Hi. fid. "rni to loose, ^/.qi'.l, to change, exchange,
break, profane. alter, suhstitute, renew.
7*
^^n 100 I^^p::?q

exchange; be divided, to be parted;


^?n (^?'l^0 r)i

adv. instead of. to be allotted; to be

town
formed into divisions.
^?n (^^'1^0 i>*--
of a
Pi-^ pH,
pk^.. inf. W.S.
in Naphtali.
^pbn, fut. p,^n^ to divide,
Y^n^ imwa) fut. ]>^q>.,
distribute, allot; to scatter.
ft. p.
draw
Y^"^, to draw off,
Pii- p,c.n to be divided
to
Ni.
out. to withdraw.
out. Hi. inf p^D,^ [for
fut. \bryi to be
P\'?Dq^] to take one's
drawn

out, to be delivered.
share. Hith. p,^nrn to
Pi. "|>,^n, imp. T\'i\n,
divide among themselves.
fut. X^."^] to
draw out, to
extricate or deliver; to rob. R-J (e^m^'k) adj., w. art.

y.^n* (^5U'B) PXqD' '^"looth, bald, bare;


fut. xbr^i to
hypocritical, lying; flpl.
equip, to make ready for
ri'ipjq flattering words,
battle; p<. ;>. I'rn warrior.
f
Ni. fut.
I*^!!;.
to be
hypocris}'.

equipped, to arm oneself. P^P^ (^?'lk) m, w.s. "'p'rn,


Hi. fut. }*\^q,''., to arm, pi. D^p'jq, c. 'p'^q share',
to make strong. portion, lot, inheritance,

y.?n (^HcB) and y^T^


piece of land.
(^g'l^B) pr.n.m.
p.;. n (^e'lgk) m smoothness,
Q^i^^n (^ni5B'yim) / du. flattery.
loins, hips.
-^PrcO' (^^ik*) f = p/,n\
P,:_r^* (e^5i*k) to be smooth;
nppn'' (^ikr) rp^q,
to be In-pocritical. Hi.
share, piece of land.
f c.

V'^.^i^^ A't. p\^q:., pt.


np^n (rt^aiyk^') and r\^}:n
p^^Dp to make smooth,
(t)ai5kka') /, p^. rrip^q and
to make the tongue smooth,
ri"i|;^q, flattery, promise.
to flatter.
^^^T) (rt)vlkr) pr.n.m.
p.i^n* {^M'k) fit. p^n;. to
spoil, plunder; to divide, HrPf" ('Vakiyy*), *n;p*;^n

distribute; to divide into (rt)IlkIyyi:rhCi) i>r.)i.vi.

shares. iVi. fut. Pb^\ to


np^n lOJ ntDDn

riij^!?p^q, slippery places, oBj ?ct,'of; i/psif e ;'


loveliness,
flattering speech, ciibniug. nel'iglit.

^P^^ mk^-^) or Pi^}:r] ninDn see n^n p. p.

(^glkJ'O-) pr.n. of a town


in Asher.

^5n (^5U's) flit, intr.lifbril,

tr. ti^'j^ni to be weak, warmth, heat; sun.


feeble; to prostrate, to

overthrow. w.s. ''nDq, p^. nirpn, nbri,

^^n (^Stllst's) m weak, warmth , heat , anger,


feeble. wrath; prison.

Dn^ (^5ra) m, xv.s. "ri^pn,


IT" J T : V
father-in-law.

Dn (^5m) adj. warm, hot. (^amutal); b'm (c^fmu'lj


on (^am) pr.n.m. of a son prw.?n.
of Noah; Egyptians and yiDn (^amo'B) adj. violent;
Ethiopians.
rohber.
Dn (^pm) m warmth, heat. y^Dn (e^gmCi'B) adj. [pt. p.
NJ^n see nr^n.
of deep
VPn], c. "flOq,
HKDn (^em'a) /", c. TXtpq^ red, purple.
curds, cream, butter.
liDn* (^amo'r) [ipq] ,n,
"Ipn (^amrd), /. "ibq;*., pL D''lbq, [male] ass;
Ibq;., pt. p. "tltpn, to de- heap, load = "l^H.
sire, covet, long for, pt. p.
desirable, costly. Ni. pt.
1

'Y " (^^mo'r) pr.n.vi.

ipn.^ pL cnpqj to be
nyT.iDn (^amors') / = ipn
desirable, costly, precious. heap.
Pi. "fn to feel delight.

"TDn (^g'med) m pleasant- mother-in-law.

ness, loveliness. tOpn (^p'met) m lizard,

i^fjpn (^umta') pr.n. of a


desire, wish, longing; place in Judah.
1^2
rp^
ypn*'(^^m?'ll) inf nspn,
y^K} 'T"',^? salted pro-' /u<-'n^n.% pt. "f^pln, pt. p.

vender. "ppn to be sharp, sour,


salted, to be leavened; to

m, n^^"^q, be deep red or purple; to


'(^axnlssi') f
n^ti'Pq, num. the fiftli,
be violent. Bith. fvi.

the fifth part. "fpnip,^ to be excited, to


be bitterly moved.
^gn (^im^i) /. ^pn:, to
be mild, compassionate, to yP" (^5mc'B) m anything
pity; to spare, forbear. fermented or leavened

Than (^^mi5') /-, c. r^pn, [ill-gotten wealth].

pity, compassion. ypn (^p'm^B) m vinegar.

PPC^ (^5me'k) to turn about,


to go away. Hith. fut.
Dn"n (v$yy5'f^ym), Dn!'. [pZ. 2. f\-pi. vp.'^nrn to go
^Dp.U, perh. from DH;], to about, to rove about.
burn, to glow. Pi. fid.
"ipn* (^5m$'r) fut. lOn.^ to
Q.^D? to warm, to hatch. ferment, seethe, foam,
HUh. fut. DDnp^ to
boil up, swell. Poalal
warm oneself.
"Ipl^n to bubble up, to
"Jpn (^$mm?'n) m, only pZ. burn.
D''jr^n sun-pillars, idols of
'P'7' (^5mCi'i-) fut. w.s.
Baal.
"Ipnn to pitch, to cover
Dpn (^5m?i'fi) fut. Dbn: with bitumen.
to oppress, to be bold,
"Ipn (dKm5'r) m bitumen.
violent, to hurt, to over-
throw, to tear down. asphalt.

"ipn (^^'m^r) i wine.


Ni. D^n^ to be treated
violently, to be disgraced.
"ipn (e^p'm^r) m heap; a
dry measure == 10 PS <>r

riD^X; clay, loam, mortar,


pi. D''p^n. violence, op-
pression,wickedness,wrong; ^^^n (^''mpr<^') f. du.

unrio-hteous gain. n?pibq, see M,Ti*^q.


t!^n 103 m
^PO (^5m|i's) to gird the n^^ (^5n9') w/. rilJiq, imp.
loius, to make ready for n;.q, M. n^q,"*.,
iq";., pt.

battle; pt. p. pi. D'^f^'tpU

equipped, well armed. / qyn to bend down, to

warriors. incline; to encamp, settle,

ti^pn (^5me's) num. /", c dwell; to encamp against,

li'pn, five. denom. Pi. to besiege, to defend.

^m to fifth, to take the


'^}Jj^ (^^nnr) /, only pi.
fifth part. miin compassion, grace.
t^Dh* (^5'm^s) m the fifth '',^0** (^Jnna') pr.n.f.
part a^ a tax or tribute.
Tjllin (^ano'd^); (^aufi'ii)
pjq
ti^DH (^o'mgs) m abdomen,
pr'.n.m.
paunch.
p^n (^^nnu'n) adj. gracious,
nti^pn (^amjss?;') num. w,
merciful.
c^'n^S^'ttq, five.
ri^^n (^5nu'^) /, only 2>Z.
*>t^pn (^amissi') or '^''^n nP^q, vault, cell, prison.
(^amisi') num. m, /IT'^^'pr]^

ny^pq the fifth; / the


^T\ (^fn^t) inf. tDlJq, /?,.

fifth part. IDiiqi'., to spice, to ripen;


to embalm.
D^'ti^pn ( ^amissi'm ) num.
pi, c. ''^m, fifty.
Cpjn (^anQti'm) mjpl. act
of embalming.

leather-bag, skin-bottle. ^.'^^t'D (^^nnrfl) pr.n.m.

*^PD (^^m5''3-) pr./2. of a ''l^PO i^^^i'^) ^i- initiated,


city in Syria; gent. "'ppD. trained, skilled.

npn (^?immsL'3') and nlDH n^^'^n [^aalnaf) f mercy,


(^|lmm5'-9-) pr.n. of a town favour.
in Naphtali. n^'^n (^ani'^) ^i. nin^jq
/,
*]n (e^^n) m, w.s. "i^n favour, and D"'n^jq, spear, lance.
kindness, grace, loveliness, T]p_n (^?n$'c^) i)?jp. T]:q, '/t^.
charm, preciousness.
T]jq|>., to initiate, teach ; to
l"^n (^f'n^dsc'd) pr.n.m. dedicate, consecrate.
104 nnon
nS^n (^anukkn') f dedica- ^p.n (^5nrf),
HAP* (^9"?'0
tion. /""' ^in;*,., to be wicked,
to sin; to be desecrated,
P|n (^Inni'ra) adv. gratuit-
unclean; tr. to profane, to
ously; in vain; Avithout
cause.
pollute. Hi. ^'.^n"; fut.

n"','?n,'L to profane, pollute;


. NUJn (^an$ra't'l) pr.n.m. to seduce.

T'D^n (^an^mri) m, i.p.

"^.^^G, hail, hailstoues. ^D^n. profane, wicked,


hypocrite.
l;?n (^[n&'n) in/. *,i^n. nl^H,
'^^n (rf)p'nef) m and HD^n.

(^ynn?'nl), /<. "jh;, in,"^


(e^anijf?') /, impiety, god-
(v$yyg;'d^t)n), w.s. '-^^^.H^,
lessness.

fl^n; (ygc^n'cfir), '^ri], to p,5C' (^5nti'k) A7. /u<. p:n;.,

be inclined, favourable, to strangle or hang one-


kind, gracious, to pity, to self. Pi. p.iin to strangle.
have mercy, to bestow. (^ttan59-p'u)
^i- to be pitied, to
P^IO pr.n. of
Ip.-?
a town in Zebulon.
complain. Pi. "JJin, fut.

to be favourable, tu
TpM* (^PiVd) Pi. "TDn to
]fir\]
insult, reproach.
pity; l^.n, fut. IjII] to make
lovely. Ho. "jpri, fut. "jp^

to be pitied, to be fa- "i.^nr^ to show oneself


voured. Hith. pf. and kind.
inf. Ijjnpri to implore, to Ipn* (ct^e'fi^d) j. i.p. "fpn.
seek mercy. JC/.5. I^pn, p/. Dncq,"r
\1?D. love, kindness, bene-
n;.?3q volence, good-will, favour,
'f'l);
V^n (^'^n^ni')";

(^an?luy$'); ^^^.^Jn (rt)"ii$iiys'-


benefit, mercy, grace,

hy) pr.n.m. piety; beauty.

npn* (f^^'B^d) in reproach,


^?'7' (^)*"f'fi) ?>'.w. of a city
shame, disgrace.
in middle Egypt [Heracleo-
polis].
M^lpn (ctjaejdyv') pr.n.m.
n 105 isn

"pn (^5Br) inf. ricq. to fail; to want, lack.


im/). ^Dq, fnt.
Pi. fut. "Ipn^ to make less,

pt.
2?^.

"on, p/. D'^pn, to flee,


^J^V^l.
to cause to want. Hi.
I^pnn, fut. T'pqi, to cause
to take refuge; to trust.
to fail; to want, to suffer.
nOn (^o6a') jyi'M.m.
npn^ (e^afie'r) adj., c. lOq
lipn or "(fen (^aBo'n) adj.
deficient, wanting, lacking;
strong, mighty.
m lack of understanding.
n-ipn (^5eu'9-) / refuge,
npn (^e'Cer) m want,
refuge-seeking.
poverty.
Tpn (^pl'd) adj., pi.
npn (^o'figr) = ipn.
D''Tpn, kind, benevolent,
gracious; pious, good. nnpn pr.n.m.
(^ijier?;')

HTpn stork.
p"]pn (^gero'n) t deficiency,
{^mu') f
want.
^''pn (^afii'l) m, w. art.
5]n (^af) adj. pure, in-
/"Cnn, a species of locust.
nocent.
^''pn (^pi'ii) adj. mighty.
5^n see P]in.
*?pn (^pd'i) fut.w.s. 'i,!?9ni,
*SSn (^5fa') Pi. fut. XE.n^
to eat off.
to do secretly.
Dpn (^56a'ra) fut. DCqi,
to bar, stop; to muzzle.
nSn (^afa) ^^ p. "''Cn to

cover, to veil. Ni. HEOJ


covered.
Ipn (^jfian) Ni. fut. "ipn;..,
"^n,
to be Pi.
to be laid up.
/"^ ^q^l to overlay. Ptt.
Ipn see "icn.
ncn to be protected.
^ph (^o'fien) m treasure,
nSn* (^uppa') / covering,
wealth, riches, might.
tent, canopy, bride-chamber.
^On (^5Ba f) Pa. pt. D^PH^
,?" (^ypp?') pr.n.m.
to be made scaly, to be
scaly [fine]. TSn (^afa'z) inf w.s. '',*?"

npn* (^afie'r) inf "llDH, (e^gfzi'), /". I^qi, to leap,

"icq^ t to start, to be startled.


fat. '!?'?-'
vi.

decrease, to be diminished, M i?n.;, inf i?nn, fut.


fflen 106 nitj'sn

isni., -pt. "i2nj to be afraid, blush, to be ashamed, to


to be anxious, to flee. be disappointed. Bi^
"jltSn (d^lpp!j7.p'n) m hasty I^Eqri, fut. "I'Eqi, to be
flight, a.shamed; to cause shame.

^ r (^^yPPi'^O pr-n.m. "^?n (f^e'f^r) pr.n. of a town


^Dh (^o'f^n) m, only du. in southern Palestine;
D^J.?>n (^ofn^'yira), jyr.n.on.
w.S.

q5'J?n, fist. '!'il?n {^Hm'ylm) pr.n. of


*'pSn (d^yfni') pr.n.m. a place in Issachar.

^Sn (t^5f,vf) p. r]Dn, to ^^l?"^ (^yfi-a") pr.n.m. of an


cover, to protect. Egyptian king.
ySn* (^gfo'B) inf. fDH, /"u^.
nnsnsn (d)af$rpe'r$9-) a
^E^ni, l^^n:;. to find plea- only pi. nnBlsq [to be
sure in, to have an af: read for ni"]B "12^^], rat,

fection to, to delight in, mole.


to desire, to choose; tr. to t^'Sn (^5f-3L'6) /Mf. trbqi, to
bend, to bow. search, scrutinize, devise.

T^C'' (^5f?'B) <^dj., pi. Ni. '^,^^!} to be searched


D^iJDq, c. '.^isq, /n^sq, out. Pi. mn, fut. tr,n;,

taking pleasure in, liking, to search, examine, seek


willing. ont.^ Pu.pt. ti'CnP to be

7?n (^ngB) m,
devised; to be concealed.

^Z. D^JJSq, c.
m;..

^,^?q, plea-
^,^?q,
Bith. b'Snpn to dis-

sure, delight, wish, desire;


guise oneself. .

matter, business, pursuit. ^*Pn i^^'m) m device, plan.

t^*sn (^5fa') Pu. t:*2q to


be set free.
"^50 (^5fa'r) inf. Ibri, fut.

isqi to dig, to dig into;


to paw ; to search out, ex-
plore, spy. ntf'^n (d)yf5ii') / freedom,
"isn {^m'r) fut. iq:;., release.

"isqi, to turn red, to


^'y^DH 107

(^gfsi'a-) / sickness ; 'H n"'5

hospital. grass; leek.

^]^'^r} (m^i) adj., pi.

D^^'Sn, released, freed,

free, exempt from taxes. (e^gBnl') hosom, lap; hattle-


axe
yn (^eB) VI. w.s. \in, pi
,^n (^aBa'B)
D''lin, c. Yi?n, arrow, ;>.
f i'n to

lig-htning; pnuishmeut, divide, to form into ranks

plague, wound; point of or hands. Pi. pt. *f,'^!jP

a spear. to divide hooty or to shoot


arrows. Pu. ^%Ty to he

cut off, shortened.


fut. n'^rii, pt. r^n, riln,
pZ. Qp>n, to cut, hew, yj^n (e^aB5'B) m fragment,

split; to slay, kill. Ni. small stone, gravel [pZ.

2^r\^ to be engraven. XV. s. 7)^,^^n = T.^n see


f nj.
Pa. 2in to he hewn out. "IJ^ri'^^i^n (^a'BaBp'n ta-

Bi. pt. f ri?,'^Dp to slay,


m5'r) pr.n. of a place in
to destroy. Judah [afterwards n^ *pt;].

n"^n (^iB?') fut. n;^n^_.,


nnif^n (^aBp-B^raO /, pi.
"fnil to split, divide, to
rlTiiil, trumpet.
halve. iVi. fut. Hl^H^^ to

he divided, halved.
to blow the trumpet.
"Ti^n (^aBp'r) pr.w. of

Canaanitish towns. Ii2n (^g:Be'r) m and /, w.


art. "l.^n.O, c. "1,^l!, pi.
ni^n (^aBp-a-) c. nviq
/,
Dn*i?q, c. n^n and n'lTiq,
middle, half.
c. nll^n, enclosure, fence,
enclosed camp, village;
i"'in, middle, half; arrow coui-t, yard; many geo-
[= rn]. graphical names are com-
pounded with "i^^q.

nye^p'^S-) pr.n. of a place. 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 ppn (d)ykkp'k) pv.yi. of a


station in the desert. town in Naphtali.
(rf}'^B'\^'.v) pr.n.m. "lp_n (^akrr) ipq, imp.
''^^C' iuf.

^o.J!. 'Jlpn (^okrf'ni), fat-

an Arabian tribe "Ipni to search out, ex-


of and
plore, examine, spy out.
district [Hadramant].

pn^ see pV.


i\i. "lp.n.^ to be searched
out, to be ascertained.
ph (d)ok) ,n, c. -pn (^ok), Pi. "i;^n to find out.

*!?["' (f^rk^r) m, pi. c. npn,


p^ D^.p, c. \?.ri, p.pn,
searching out, examination,
statute, regulation, law,
meditation, deliberation;
custom ; decree ; share, "Ipn V^' unsearchable, un-
task, term, limit, boundary.
fathomable, mystery.

^pj} (d)ak5') Pu. pt. n|n^ "in *


(d)or) i, only pi. Dnh,
to be engraved, carved. Q^Tin the free, the noble.
Hith. fut. n^np^ to set "I^^ nin [aiso inj (^pr)
limits. m hole, opening, breach.
np^n (^ukkr) /, c. ni^.n,
*^ir} (^C''^") "J, only ^?. c.
pi. riij^n, law, statute, excrements, dung.
''^I'O
custom.
^^J^^ i^m'h) imp. n'^n,
*^,?*prj (fCjftkyf?') pr.n.vi. fut. 2,in^. to dry up, to

(e^gk^'k) imp. np^ri,


become or be dry; to be
ppj} xv.s.

pt. ppn^ pp.in to cut, to


stupefied. Pu. 3in to

engrave, to inscribe, trace;


be dried. M. ^in.nr;, pt.

to establish, ordain, pre- f ^"^yy^ to dry up'.'

scribe. Pi. pt. pp.HD, ^irf (^art'b) inf. ann, fut.

pi- c. ''p.^'^^ to decree, ^.ini,, to be devastated,


ordain; pt. leader, ruler, to be desolate or waste;
lawgiver; sceptre. Pu. tr. to destroy, to lay waste.

pt. pp/1t? what is ordained, Ni. aip,-?, to be laid


law. Ho. fnt. pn^ to be waste; to fight with one
engraved. another. Hi. 3nn*, fut.
3in 101) D^rnn

nnq,i, pt. nn.qp to lay


^y^ (e^5r<t'd) fid. ^0
waste, to destro}'. Ho. tremble, to be afraid,
1X}r..
to
-,inn (hQ'^org'b) to be de- be anxious, to come with
solated, destroyed. trepidation. JJi. T'lnn^
inn* (^fre'b) arfj., / Hniq, pt. in.qt: to frighten,

dry. terrify.

l^n" "inn (^fre'd) adj., pi. DHiq,


(^arc'b) adj.., flpl.
trembling-, fearful, anxious,
ril3"in, waste, desolated.
reverent.
" jU' (^"i'?'<i) pr.n.
nl2"iq,"c. '*'n"'
tvl ''2in, _pz.
of a fountain and place
ni3"in sword, knife.
near Jezreel; gent. Hin.
^'^T} (^o'l'eV) I'l dryness,
drought.
n^lQ* (^"racir) /, c. nti")q,
pi. riniq terror, fear, con-
Unn (^p'rgh) m desolation,
sternation, care, careful
destruction.
service.
^nn (^pre'b) pr.n. of a top
''/]^r} (ei^ar^da') pr.n. of a
of Sinai. station in the Avilderness.

nnn (^5r-a') inf. HiH, niin,


dry country, desert. fid. r\;]rii^ -in\, 'in^i 'to

nnnn^ {^cii-ba') /; p?. rinnn, burn, to glow with anger.

c. ^"i^iq desolation, ruin. Ni. pt. pi. D''^nj. to be


angry, incensed. Jtph.
"51D (^5'r5b5') / dryness, [Pi.] "^qD; to be zealous,
dry land.
to rival. Hi. Hinij, fut.
p^ jU (^^r^bp'n) i, j}l. c.
in^^l to cause to burn, to
ninin, heat, drought. kindle anger; to act zeal-
*^^l^ jD (^$rbpn5') pr.n.m. ously. Hith. flit, "inr^
[Persian]. to grow indignant.

^X' (^5r&'g) fnt. r.'^n,!, to ''.t'-:' :- (f^afb^va') pr.n.m.


tremble, to flee trembling-. "Il"in see V;q.

'^'^Jj (e^fii'go'l) m a species ^'',^^"1Q (e^nnlzi'ra) m:pl.


of locust. string of pearls or corals.
u. 110
in

^^!^ (^ori') m heat, anger.

thorn, nettle. ""Hn* (^pri') m white or fine


rjp^nn ((^arym^'f) -pr.n.m. bread.

^inn (c^^ro'n) w, c. "ji")!!!, "nn (^pri') pr.n.^ j)l. C*^"


pZ. DV-''""l7 ^^^^' anger; a [troglodyte] a people in

combustible or burning Mount Seir.

thing [cby wood]. tonn (^5ri't)m,p?.D^pnn,


pHn (^pro'n) pr.n. of a pocket, bag, purse.

ph\ce; gent, ''t^^- '^^'^P (^^ri'f) pr.n.m.) patr.

D^jlnh (^p'rpiu^'yim) 7)r.n. of

a totv'n in Moab. y"in (^^rl'B) in, only ;*/. c.

^|)i/in, slice, piece; tlirasli-


yi'in* (^$ru'B) adj. sharp,
ing-sledge.
pointed , zealous , in-

dustrious ; m thrashing- t^^nn (d^frj's) VI act and


sledge. time of ploughing.

yi"in* (^5rri'B) m ditch,

incision; decision, judg- n^ri'nn silent, still, sultry.

ment.
'^0^ (d)5rs^'c^) /"" "InV to
y^in* (^5ru'B) HI gold.
roast [others: to scare up].

y lO (^$ru'B) ^yr.n.m.
D^Din (d)ar$kkrra) m'pl.
n^nin (^Src^y'r) pr.n.m.
lattice, window-lattice.
^n"!D (^lirc^ij'fi) j)r.n.?a.
"yy^ see h")n.
"Ipl'^ (^^re^y'r) ?n inflam-
^y^^ (c^^ir^'m) Hi Dnnn.
mation, fever.
// Dinn, D^iqn, "fut.

t^in (*^'J"^*) '" chisel, style *<^ dedicate,


D^nO.-!
[for engraving], character.
."!P'-''-

devote, curse, destroy.


Db"]n (d35rtp'm) m, only pi. Ho. fut. Qnn\ (y$'t^or^'i)

D^pOID, c. "".^Pin scribe, to be doomed, exter-

writer of hieroglyphics, minated.


Egyptian sago. 0^"'' (rtiiiTil'm) to cut, to

"in see Kin. split; pt. p. 2i"in, Din


Din 111 nn
flat-nosed [others: with a ^^Hi?. to be betrothed.
split or pierced nose]. Pi.'nr'-n, ^nf. f]in, fut.

a town n:^.n^ to re-


^]^^ (d^5r?'m) pr.n. of ^i^-ON i^-

in Naphtali. proach, scorn, despise; to

Dnn expose [life].


(^jri'm) pr.n.m.
^;in^ (c^5r*f) fid. Fiin,^,, to
Q*in (f^^'rem) [once Qlp],
pass the autumn or winter.
tv.'s. "'piri, pi. D"'piq,
curse , extermination , a
thing or person devoted ^"in (^o'ref) m, t(;.s. "'Bin
to destruction; net, en- (^grpi') harvest-time, au-
ticement. tumn [and winter].
riDnn (^grma') pr.n. of a ns"in (^erpr) /, c. niin,

Canaanitish town. pZ. niDiq, c. nlEin re-


j
lip jH (e^grmp'n) pr.n. of a proach, shame, object of

mountain in Antilibanus. reproach; pudenda,

t^pnn (^erm?'s) m a sickle. y;in (^5ra'B) fut. fin^., to


cut, sharpen, point, wound;
j'^'^ (^5r5'n) pr.n. of a town
to decide, to be sharp,
in Mesopotamia, Carrhae;
also pr.n.m.
zealous, quick. Ni. pt.

Y^'Q}.-
to be decided, de-
n52l"in (^,rnrfgr) pr.n.m.
creed.
^"in^ (^e'rgB) m, i.p. D^n ni2^"]n (^arBubbo'^) fpl.
itch, scab.
fetters; tortures.
Din^ (e^e'i-efi) m [also (e^arBan) m, only
Irlin j^l-
np"]n], fp. D*)n, the sun; C.^'^ID kernels of grapes
C^nn T'y Heliopolis in [others: sour grapes].
Egypt.
PilO (^fr$'k) fut. piq.l,
D*!n* (^g'l-eB) pr.n. of a pt. pin, to gnash, to grind
place near nl^D, the teeth.
H^Din (c^urBu'^) / pottery.
^T}^ {mm) inf.^% fut. to burn, to glow; to be
n|in,''.,, vt. 5]in, to scorn, parched. Ni. IP J, inj,
reproach, insult. Ni. /?<. in."', to be heated.
v^ 112 ^^n

burnt, scorched, dried up. only


^"in* (f^^'r^) ", pl-
Piip. inf. inin to "'t^^'in, artificial work,
kindle. artifice.

"l^.n (^5ic'r) i, only pi.


^"in* (^e'r^s) i silence;
C"'n*]n sunburnt, dry adv. silently.
country.
^n^' (t^?i"?') in cutting-
t^in (djrreB) m, pi. D'ti'"in, tool; p<. worker.
c. "".tJ^in clay, pottery,
^"l.n (c^p'r^s) ), u'. Zoc.
earthen ware, potsherd.

Sfm), thicket, forest.


fnt. ^*in|'_. pt. ti-n'n, j>. 2>.
pr.n.m.
^^ff^ |U (^$1-5$')
:^*i"]n to cut, to engrave,
nc^nn (^n,.p's^o-) pr.^i. of a
to forge; to devise; to
place in northernPalestinc,
plough. M. ^*,1D,4, to be

ploughed. i/j. pt.'d'^'^yyo

to contrive, devise.
[= ti^-nn] to cut, engrave.
t^n.n (c^5r?') /w/. tj^'in;!, to

be deaf, dumb, silent, still. ^in (*^'i"^'^)


P*-- of a

Ei. ti^'^yinn, irnp. 2. sg.


forest in Judah.

SD^trn (c^nDyf5') pr.n.m.


f "'^^yy^^, fnt. t2^'''ini, pt.
'

rr^nno to be deaf, silent; ^'^'T\ (c^^Bi'f) , only pi. c.

to silence; to keep quiet; ^''b'n, a separate flock.


to conceal; to go away in ^^T} (t^5BCi'c6) r)/). "rq,
silence. Biih. l^'inrin to /h. "t:*qi, >). "ti'iH, to
keep oneself quiet. hold back, to keep off, to

preserve; to refuse, withold,


pLD'pin. c.'',:rin, a cutter deny, check, stop; to spare,
in wood, metal, stone; to save. Ni. MJ^'D,-?.,
/"<

smith, workman, artisan, *b'n\ to be checked ; to be


artificer, artist. reserved.

^i^*". l^^Hioci'f) h,f p]'fn,

C^Cnn, deaf, (leaf and n^n^ /"*/'. / ',?ifn, flit.

duml). ^'fQ.-o i'^y'. ^"'fn'tobare.


2*2;n 113 >trn

uncover, defoliate to draw, ;

to take off [Avatcr]. pr.n.m.

^t^^n {^m-h) inf. 2m, ntj^n (e^5s5') inf. ^^.V^/n, fut.

irp, fut. 2^-1, 2m^_, "i^'Qr.- to be quiet, in-

to count, to count for, to active, silent. Hi. *I^.nr?,

impute, to esteem, to imp. pi. itr'nn, pt. ^^'r\D

reckon; to think, combine, to keep silence, to be quiet,


devise, invent; pt. 2}^n to rest; to silence.

artificial worker, weaver. JiLp n (^Jssu'b) pr.n.m.


Ni. n^'n.^, fut. n^r'nr,
Tjf^^n (^isgL'c^) fut. '^\^'^l to
pt. 2*^*n^, to be counted, be or grow dark, to be
reckoned, esteemed. Pi.
obscured. Hi. ^Wn"},
2^'r\, fut. 2}i/n] to think,
fut. "V^*n?- t^ make dark,
meditate, count, reckon
to darken; to spread dark-
devise; to be about. ness.
Mth. ^t^Ti^in to count one-
TJtf^n (E^5gB'd&) adj., only^Z.
self among.
D'^r'-^'r], dark, obscure, low.
2'^r\ (^e'seb) m girdle,
"^^^n (^p'ged)) m, w.s. ^^^'n
belt [of a priest]. darkness misery,
(^Qskr) ;

ignorance, falsehood.
n^^n (^astjb?') pr.n.m. niDtrn or nD^*-^q (^agccfea

pSti-'n (^gsbp'n) m com- /] c. nD*f r}' [also nD-f"n

putation, account, rea- (^Qsc^r)], ' pZ. D',?':?'*n the

soning. same as '^^H.

*|mri^ -,^n (^5g^'i) Ni. pt. bm;i


(^esbp'n) pr.n. of

town the to be enfeebled, tired.


the chief - of

Amorites. Dpn (ei^gsri'm) pr.n.ui.

^i?pCi^n (^esmp'n) pr.n. of a


'JlZlti^n (^issgbo'n) m, only
pi. ri1ri25?'n, device, in- place in Judah.

vention, war-engine. n^iD^Tl ((^aSmpn?') pr.n. of

nmri (^ag^byr), *n;^?^q a station in the desert.

(^agjbya'hv) ; n^^ti^'n (ef)as$b- *^,P^D (^JsraS'l) wj, 7V. loc.

Hebiew-Englieli. 8
IDt^'H 114 inn

n nJ^Dti^'n shining metal /w. nnni, t(;.s. r,rini, to


[clectrum, or pjTopus]. take, to seize.

"JpCrn (cf)i:ism$'n) adj., only ^.?n (e^ittr) /, c. rrn,


pL D'Ji^l^'n, noble, dis- fear, terror.

tinguished, rich.
^^^^n (^ttCi'l) m bandage.
*]ti^n (^p'ggn) m ornament,
^p^^D (e()$0-e^gi'0-) m, only
breast-plate of the High jt>Z. CVnOD terrors.
Priest.

pt^^n (d)ari'lc) to be at-


/ nT,n, _pZ. n^nn, 'de-
tached to, to love, to have
scendant of nn, Hittite.
pleasure or delight in.
*"^''?n* (^M'O-) /terror.
Pi. p,t^n to fasten together.
Pu. pt. pff HP to be "^pn (^^o-a'c^) .vi. T]nn.^ to

bound together. be determined.

P^n (Ce'gek) JH, ws. 'ip.tp'n


^nn (^9^^'i) Pw. 'Pnn and
delight, desire. ^o. "^.JDrin (hQ^tiU'i) to be
swathed, swaddled.
ptrn (^5a'k) m, only pi.
D''p,^n attachment, junc- ^^^r} (^9-uiir) /swaddling
tion-rod. cloth, bandage.

pt^n (e^Issu'k) m, only pZ. Ir^O (f^^^lo'n) prn. of a

Q'^p.^n, spoke of awheel. place in Syria.


^pn (djgo-a'm) inf. crq,
J^il^D (^&r5') /, c. nitp'n
/n<. Dnni, />< p- Cinn, to
a gathering.
shut, close, seal; to hide,
nti^n (t^|ss\i'r) i, only pZ. to reveal as a secret.
"'Iti'n the nave of a wheel. Ni. inf. DlnnJ to be sealed.
^'?^'D (^"^siL's) m hay, dry Pi. Dnn to close, to

grass, stubble. shut up. Hi. D^nnO to

3nn stop, to shut up.


(c^$9-) adj., id. D^nn,
broken, terrified; vi. w.s. Dnn see DP "in.
DDnn fear, dread. riDrn (rf)^.K''nii'y) / seal.

l?!in (^ijid-*'n) Hith. Ip.nrn,


]m 115 nnats

to contract affinity hj to break through, to break


marriage. into; to beat, to row.

']f^Q (^a9-^'n) m bridegroom *^iDO (f^^s-ri")-) imp. pi inn


son-in-law; relative by to be dismayed, con-
marriage. founded. Ni. nnj, fut.
nn!'., 'nn^. to be broken,
IP*"' (^6^?'") m, iv.s. fibrin,
iJrin father-in-law. crushed , terrified , dis-
mayed, alarmed, to be in
njnh (^oO-e'neO-) / mother-
fear, to be in despair. Pi.
in-law.
nnn to be broken; to terrify.
n^rin (^n^Qnng') /"nuptials. Hi- nnn, nrnn, Tirnn,
^fD" (e^a^af) fut. ^P.ril to fut. P.JjI to break; to terrify.
catch, seize.
^^pr)^ (^tt^a'O-) m terror,

^^n (e^e'O-ef) m robber. dismay.


"ipn (^^a-a'r) fut. "inn: *^pr]^ (^^9-^'^) pr.n.m.

tD

t5 the ninth letter of the nstD (tbbf'^) n, pi D^nsD


alphabet, called n''tD [a butcher, cook; executioner,
coiling, twisting]; as a guardsman.
numeral = 9 [VlD = 15].

^<tD,^<^tp^<^(t5tr)p^.NpNtp n3,i$, w;.5. nn;itp, killing,


to sweep away. slaughter, massacre; killed

' (*5'l>''?'l) pr.n.m. beast, meal of meat.


f^-77
t'np (tabu'l) m, only pi "?^ (te'bgd^) pr.n.m.; also

D-'^^UP turban. ;^r.w. of a town.

1-)2,tp (t^bbu'r) m navel, nnstp (tpba^r) f pi


height, summit. nlniltD, female cook.

PQtp (taba'e^) <V//. and np. nnnp (tibe^a') /. it;.^. 'nn^p


nzp, p^- i^-
'^'?*^ ^t)

slaughter, to kill; to cook, nnnp (tlbf^a'O-) pr.n. of a


to dress. town.
11 :2it:

^np (tftb^'l) fat. y2t?% pt.


int*n, -in^sn to purify
'^"2"^ to dip, to immerse. oneself.

NL ^2*ipJ to l)e im- "inb (tp'har) m, iv.8. 'iiri^^.,

mersed, moistened. splendour, brightness, pur-

iH^pniD ity, purification.


(t^b<llyi:i'h0) pr.n.m.
nnntD (ty'horgt') /, tv.8.

iPini^' purity, purification.


nySiiS to sink, to sink
down. Pu. V,5P to he
n^ilD' (tph) to be good,

sunk. Ho. rntp'n to be Mell. pleasing, lovely,


checrful,comfortable,happy.
sunk, to be laid deep.
Hi. ^''tiij to make good;
^y,?P (t$bb^"$*) /, xv.s.
to do well; to do good;
In'ynt?, pi. niyri:, c.
to adorn, to cheer, to
niyzit^, seal, signet-ring,
please.
ring.
nItO* (tpb) adj., pi. D\5iL\
niV^^ (t$bbr?'^) pr.7i.m.

jl(J jllu (t$l?rlramp'n) pr.H.?)i. pi. nurLD,"'nl3b, nzb]


ri2tD (t^lbbg'O-) pr.n. of a beautiful, good, excellent,

place.
pleasant, lovely, con-
venient, fruitful, sound,
rilp name of the
(tcb?'.9-) in

tenth Hebrew month [Janu-


cheerful, kind; suhst. m
the good, the right, virtue,
ary or February].
happiness, pleasantness;
linp, nnp {\m'x) adj.,
adv. well.
2it5* (tpb) pr.n. of a district
n^inp", /)/. nni-itp, pure,
east of the Jordan.
clean, purified, unalloyed.
mtD (tui.i) ni goodness,
"intp (t$h?'r) t(;>. intp, ^^ beauty, excellence, cheer-
inp% to be clean, pure,
fulness, well-being; good
innocent, righteous. Pi.
things, the best things.
"intp, imp. w.s. "'Jiqp. fat.
iri^:i-[s nitD (t-pv a,rp'niy.vu-
"int?;, intt>, to make clean,
to purify. Pu. pt. 1^^?
ho) pi'.ii.iii.

to be cleansed. iJith.
nyt: (tpiH,') f = 3*L\
n^mtD 117 D^a

npitp (tp'hiyyg'), *n;^?Tp


l [Um'n) inf. ^inp, imp.
(to'biyya'hy) pr.nm. f ^jqp, fut. inp\ pL init:

nip (t?v$') 3. pz. lip,


to crush, grind; to turn
^/.
the hand-mill as a slave;
to spin, to weave.
to oppress; pt.fipl rlJnpn
nitp (tu'ae^) pf. ntp, nt5, to
the grinders, i. e. the teeth.
smear, to daub, to plaster,
A7. njnp (t:t'c^a,ia') /a mill.
to whitewash. nitpj,

nltsn to be plastered. nntp (rcrp'i-) w, only pZ.


inf.
Dnnp, c. nnp, swellings,
nSpitO (tot^feS-) /, only pi
carbuncles, ulcers.
niStpitp, band about the
forehead, before or above
n**p (tl'adi) m plaster on a
wall.
the eyes, round the arm,
prayer-fillet. t^'^P (tit) m loam, clay, mud.

t'^to (tui) Hi. ^^pn, fut.


HTp (tira') / habitation,

throw,
tent, encampment, village;
b'l^l, b'^^X to to
cast forth. Ho. fat. ^pi\ a row of bricks, pinnacle
of a wall.
^^1 to be cast, to be ,

prostrated. Pilp. t'p''?t: ^P (tai) n, i.p. '?p, W.5.

to throw or fling about. "^^tD, dew.

"l^tD m, pi DnitD,
"isy^ (tair) p. i^. Ni^p to

D''np,
(tcir)

c. ""Iil^, row, series,


be spotted, variegated.
range; [hearth, enclosure?]
Pu.pt. N^pp to be patched,
to be mended.
t^-ito (tyB) fat. rip; to fly,
to dash.
n^tp (t5ir) 7n, c. n'^p, a
young lamb.
nnp (um^) n. pt. pi c.

"|inpp to bend a bow, to


n?PpP (taltela') / a throw-
ing or hurling down.
shoot.

nntp
^7tp (tnr) m, only pi
(tac^r) /, only pi ^

D^Njp, lamb.
nlrip, reins, kidneys; the
inmost part. ^,5P (tal^'l) Pi. ^,^0 to

cover with beams or rafters.


^inp (t^o'n) m mill, hand-
mill.
DptD (tg'l^m) pr.n. of a town
li^^^ 118 1DDP

in Judah [also called nv^ (tri'5') ifi. n.vpr; to


lead astray.
j
lU^ U (t^lrap'n) pr.n.vi.
RVP (t^'iJ'm) inf. D'V'ip,

KDtp* (t$mc') mA '>Spt:


(tQin'r), /t. XOt?? to "be to taste, to try, to per-
unclean [ritually and ceive, to understand.
morally]. Ni. NOtp; to
defile oneself, to be pro- taste, flavour; feelinf?.
faned. -Pt. NDP, fat. N'DP; understanding, judgment;
to make unclean, to pro- royal decree.
fane, to desecrate, to pro-
1^*^' Pu. ^Vb to be
nounce unclean. Hothp.
pierced.
(t5\t'n)

N^DL^-^ to be defiled.

Kptp' (t5m?') adj., c. Xpp,


to load, burden.
pi. D^Xtpp, / nXOtp un-
clean [ritually and morally]
'>2'lD, DD^ID coZ/. children,
HN^ptp (tum'a') and mS'PP
little ones.
(tym's') f uncleanness, im-
n^tD (t5f&'e^) p,-. n?::, to
purity.
spread out, to stretch out;
HD^ (tarn?') Ni. n^tpj tu
to bring up, to nurse.
be unclean.
*]Dtp (tjmri'n)
"??? (t^fjf^) i, pz. ninsp
in/, "jbp, /^
palm, flat hand, hand-
breadth; console, corbel.
D^JPP, /"r!Jir:p, to hide,
to conceal, to bury; to
nSp (tippCi'^E^) m, only pi.
D''npp nursing [of child-
keep, to preserve; to lay
a snare. AV. imp. "jpt^n
ren].

to hide oneself. Hi. fut.


nSb (to'fSf^) 7 hand-
-("ptpi to hide, preserve. breadth.
t'Sp (tjfa'i) /ur i^ro: to

basket. paste, to besmear, to im-

(tsnj'f) only Pi. fid. pute.


^PJ?
H;?.^:
to sully.
ns^ 119 )'

Assyrian dignitary, com- Dip (tg'rgm) [expectation]


mander, captain. adv. and cow/, before, not
^S^ (Um) inf. ?llDtp to yet; DTi5?, D^l^P before.

mince one's steps, to walk


^y? {tm'f) inf. ?!%% ?^iL^
coquettishly.
trsp (tafa'g) to be dull, to tear in pieces; to pluck
stupid. off. M. f]ipj to be torn
nStp (tafa'^) pr.n.f. in pieces. Pu. 5]T.b, ip.
"THtp (tai-a'd) 2jt. lib to 5]Tl3 to be torn in pieces.
push, to persist, to drop Hi. imp. w.s. ''J2''"lpn

coDtinually. to cause to eat, to feed.

^1^ (taraf) adj. newly


rn^ (t?ra'^) i/r fut. nnp: plucked off, fresh.

to load, burden. ?]"lt5 (trref) m, w.s. iETi5,


rntp (tp'r^e^) ?n burden. fresh leaf; prey [torn
hardship, encumbrance. beast]; food, nourishment.
''"Itp (tfrl') a^O'-. only / nSl.tp (fi-efr) f cattle torn
'IID moist, fresh. by wild beasts; booty.
I

^ the tenth letter of the ^>^V (yr&'i) Ni. 7X1: to be


alphabet, called IV [= T
hand]; as a numeral = 10. as a fool.

to long- for, to
^S^ (ya'J'b)

desire. im;?. ^N'~: fut. ^^ip_, to


be willing-, to undertake,
^^1 (y5'5') to be becoming,
begin, venture; to be
to suit.
pleased, to be content.
*l1^^'' see INV
I : I :
^N'"' see n^S Hi.
'','J.rI^,- (ya"^zanya') pr.n.m.
-1S^ nlN^ (y^o'r) m, pZ.

D^N], c. n.N^, river; as a


pr.n. the Nile.
t^N^ 120 i:;y

9Vr?^ (ylbl'*ra) ;>r.n. of a


tr"NlJ to desist from, to town in Issachar.
despair. Pi. inf. ^*S^ to
05^ (yabj'm) m, iv.s. 'rp^l
cause to despair, to
brother-in-law.
abandon.
QJJ (y5b?i'm) [denom. of D^;]
n^t^'S;* (yo'Siyy^) [i-TtTN;]
7^/. D3^ (ylbbrm), i^/. DSJ to
fulfil the duty of a brother-
riK^ see nns. in-law, to marry the widow
of a brother.
"^i^r^^^ (y''$STri'y) pr.n.m.

^?^ (y5b&'V) Pi. /. 35:^ ^95^ (y^b^'m^O-) /. w.s.


to cry out, to call aloud. ~r^.?3^ sister-in-law.
13^ see Nl3.
^,^^?!. (yjbn^'f 1) pr.n. of two
h^^ (y^by'l) m, iv.s. D^^2] to^\^ls.
growth ,
produce , fruit.
^^^1 (y$bnr) pr.n. of a
g-oods.
Philistine town.
D^Zl^ (y'bu'fi) pr.n.. old name
<T:n;> (ynm^-ya') and n;j5:
of Jerusalem; gent. ""pH^
(ylbnlyy^') pr.n.m.
t^**il^ see t^*i3.

Pr- (y$bbo'k) pr.n. of a


^nn^ (yiMji'r); Ip^ (y^brn)
tributary of the Jordan.
pr.n.m.

'^T?T'3^ (y'brr^c^^-'hO) pr.


-?J (y^W'i) ^i '^',?ln, fut.
n.m.
'?pi"' to lead; to present,
to offer. Ho. ^,3^n, /^ Df^^^ (yTb65'm) pr.n.m.

75'!'' to be led, conducted,


^?y (ysvrg) tV- ^3\
carried. r^a^, M l^'2'\
become dry,
to be

^.?V (y*V5'i) n, pi. c. ft:?:


dry, to to dry
stream, river. up, to be parched, to

wither; to be drained.
'^^
^?!l
(y$b5'l) pr.n.vi.

(y^lbbj'l) adj., only /


Pi. t^3^
to
M ^''31

make dry. ///.


[for

^'2l]\
*"1?,51 having sores, ulcers.
tr-'ai.-;, /,,M:'>3r, to make
y^y' see ^3i\ dry; i/i//-. to become dry.
^'2' 121 111

^2\* (y5h?') adj., pi. D^ir'a^,


"V^? (r?r5')/-toil, wear-
/' "^'5^ flry. pn relied. iness.

^^\^ (y?>>c'.s) [also U'T] %), see n^^ //i.

pr.n. of a town in Gilead. pr.n.m


Vtt (y^?U')
ncrs;! (y^bbasa-) and n-^'n: V;'^ (y5?&") /. V,^^ 1% to
(yjbbrsgO-) / dry land.
be wearied; to toil, to
~,\?r .
(yi?'5'l) pr.n.m. exert oneself. Pi. y^4\

^^I (y??^'b) to plough; pt. fut. y^^^] to weary. IH.

pi D''P-?1^ ploughmen. Ty\T\ to weary, to im-


portune.
-^?T
(y5??'b) ?n arable land,

nn^^^ (yQ^bh5') pr.n. of a ^,^^ (y??5") i earnings.

town in Gad.
weary, exhausted; wear}'-
^^^^"^^^ (ylgdaiyahy) pr.n.m.
ing.
n?1 {ym') ^^^i-
nP [for
m heap
nriJ], ^<. n;.ij, to be l^"! (y^^rr) [Chald.]

grieved, afflicted. Pi.


of stones.

n4% /. HAl [for n^!^] to

afflict. Hi. n:ln/ n^n, to be afraid, to fear.

/. n^_i\ p. rt'.s. "?-ii^, to T^ (yad) / [and vi]. c. fl,


afflict, to grieve; to re-

move. on;, c. ni, pZ- rilT, c.

*]
Vt (y^gp'n) "i gnef, sorrow. nlThand; power, strength,
assistance; axle, tenon;
1*1^ J (ya^o'r) arfj. fearing,
side; pi. turns, times; part,
fearful.
place; monument.
"1*^^ (y??v'r) pr.n. of a place
'^y.. see nxn.
in Judah.

'2*'^1 {ym"') adj-t pi- c "iT^T (yH'^ls') pr.n. of a

""V^^], wearied, tired. town in Zebulon.

m, only ^^iT :^ (yidbi's) pr.n.m.


ll^r^\ (y??r*^') c.

y,^^ labour, toil ;


produce, ^yi (yadj'd) pf. pi ni to
goods, wealth. cast [lots].
r\\iT 122

^n*^^ (y'dldy'^) / object of p. y


k ni to perceive, to

love. understand, to know, to


discern; to be acquainted
with; to become acquainted
throw, cast. Pi. Hl^, in/.

nni,
with a woman [sexually].
/i. nil [for
Hi. Ni.
p?.

^ throw, cast.
v,"iiJ, fut. vt;, pf.
^Tl]
yilJ to be perceived,
nTiH, tV'. nnin, tj?<j[). pz.
known; to make oneself
nin, /Mi. nni^ to speak
out, to confess; to sing.
known, to appear. 7-*/.

praise, glorify. Hith.


yT to cause to know.
Pu. jyt. y,"^'? to be known,
H'^lOn to confess; to praise.
to be familiar. Hi. yn"!'";,
IT (yiddp');
in; (y^dp'n);
inf. y"']7ln, imp. V,!"!*^
yn; (y^du'a") pr.n.m.
^y^ln, fut. t^nr, ynn_ to
]T\r\\ (rdu^a'n), ]\T\^X cause to know, to let know;
(y'di'3'vl'n) pr.n.m. to inform, to announce.
\11 (y$dd&'y) pr.n.m. Ho. y,iin [for y,i'n], pt.

'T'T {ym'd} ri\ VTiD, / nyiltD to become


adj., c.

pi. onn;, / nIn:^ />>


known.
Hith. inf. V^^^'"^

nlT"]^, to make oneself known,


beloved,
pleasant; friend; fjpl.
lovely,
lovely
to reveal oneself. Po.
yni"* to order, to appoint.
things.

^yiV (y'^m') pr.n.f.


pr.n.m.
'^TTT: (y^'Jl'd^y* pr.n.m.
[= Solomon].
V>T (yid'pnj') adj., pi.

D^-?yT. knowing; suhsl.


nn'! (y^d5y5');
sorcerer, magician, wizard;
(yMr'^^Ti); ^2T (yldi5'fj
prophesying spirit,
pr.n.m.
n^ (y?ih) shortened form of
Q,?"!^. see T.
^DT see DDm.
^"^ (y^liCi'V) only imp. 2,j,
V^J (y5d$") in/. ^Tx, nyn, nan, / ^nn, nn to give;
as an exclamation: give!
come on!
2r\'. 123 inir

12n^ (y%ri?) m, iv.s. f|2n^,


gift, concern. (y^hp's5f5,'t) pr.n.m.
lot,
^n^ see n;n.

Jew. "l^l^^'n? see ^>; Hi.


to tnrn

in^ (y'hu'd) pr.n. of a town '^''Pt (yShi'r) af(/. proud,

in Dan. arrogant.

''^".^ (y^hd^'y); *S'n: (yehu); pn^.see ^HK A'.

inSln^ (y=hp"ae^g'z); ^',i<1n]


^'^??'J^ (y^hallgl'v'l) pr.n.m.
pr.n.m.
(y^ho'a's)
^fU.l (yaii'^ip'm) m a pre-
m^n^ (y%yd5') pr.n.m.. cious stone, diamond or
emerald.

7^,1 (y^i'liaB) or ""^0,1


nn^n^^ Judsean, Jew, (yc^'hBa) pr.n. of a town in
Jewess, Jewish; / in
Reuben.
Hebrew language. nKl** (yp-rb); n^v (yp-r^);
ril^^n^.* (y^hljdi'O-) pr.n.f. nxv (yp"f^a'z); 'pxr
nln^ (y^hoviL') [with the (yp'e'i);
^W'' (yoVs); nr
to be pro- (ypb); 221'' (ypba'b) pr.n.m.
vowels of "'JINJ

nounced niril (y^hv'), ^11^5 W"' (ypbe'l) i, ;?Z.

[meaning the ever-being,] D^,^?i], cry of joy, shout,


the true God of the signal, blast of a trumpet
Hebrews. V2rn nyf the year of

iniini (rhp'z^w'd); pnin] Jubilee, the [50""] year of


(y%o'(^aii?['n) ;
V.^'lH^ (y^-hp'y?- release.

45"); V2;1n] (y^ho'yjcfn'n); 7Ui ' (yuW'l) pr.n.m.


D^p;ln^(y%p'y?krm);nn.;ln]
7;2^P (yuba'l) m river.
(rhp'y?ri't>); ^2*nMriiGc^a'i);
nnrin] (y^o-nad^'v.); "[nJln? nnT'i'; (yp'z?ba'd); 12|r (yp'-

(y'hp'nf a-f'n) ;
^DiH) (y'ho- zac^5'r); Hnl' (yP^a); pHV
fic'f); HmVIH^ (y%p''&dd5'); (yp'^aii5'n); VTV (yp'yjda")

7iyln](rhB''*ddan);pTi1n: V,?;i; (yp'yfc^i'n); D?.;!]

(yVBada'k); Dlln] (y%5- (yp'y5lcrm);2n.;V(yp'yarrb);

r?'ra); y^'^'H^ (y^hps'b,') "^^i^ (yCi'^a'l) pr.n.m.


\2V 124

*73,p*l'> (ypd)$'h?d) pr.7i.f. former, maker, creator,


potter.
b^r> see ^'r.
^""p^ (ypki'ra) pr.w.m.
m^i'' see 1^\.
"li'' see HT.
Di'' (ypm) m, du. D^O?, pi.
IT (yP'"?') pr.n.m.
UV2\, c. 7^^ [poetically
^'^y^ (ypri^') "I early rain
nlr-p^] day; pZ. a number
of days, some time, year, [in autumn].

life; Dl^n to-day; Dl^3 in '''[1*1''


(ypnVy); D,*}!^ (ypiTi'm);

the day-time, on the same


day; Dl^D at present, now. r\X2*2f)] (yp'sibyr); n?"i'

Dtjl^ (yom^'m) adv. by day; (ypgr); n;i5:'? (yrg^vyr);

D^V day and night, L^D*^? (yp'55frt); Dnl^


nj^j?l
always. (ypO-5'm) pr.n.m.
"^p '^ (ypO-?'i) in remainder,
\\[
(y5v5'n) pr.n.m.. lonia
or Greece; jre^ ^J^], jdZ.
rest, profit; adv. more,

U\)V\ also a town in further; too much; besides.

Arabia. nnnl^ (y?*rr$0-) / what is

(yrivfii) i, c. 11'!, mud, redundant, lobe of the


11^
mire, dung. liver.

i?> r see nn.


U\)\\ dove, b^^V: (y^zrc'i); ri^r (yizziyyr);

j^ ' (yon?') pr.n.m. rr(y5zrz);ns>rjMyMV);


'^,ti'1^
(y^z$ny5'} pr.n.m.
y>)T' (ypnrk) m, />;. D^j?^r

/ni^:r, ^>^n1p;^. sucking ^*1]!, (y^'z^') 1)1 sweat.

child; young twig, shoot. rnr (yizr?-^) = nTj<;


^n:i^ (yp'ns^rn); PjOr (yp- ^^n^]! (yizr&^y^t') pr.7i.vi.

Cff); n;E?pr (yp'Dlfyr); ^synr (yizr'n) [^s*.^!];]


n'?NVr(yp"fla);Ty:r(yp'?'d); pr.n. of towns; a^"'-

pn^i] (yp'B5cl5'k) ;>r.?i.m. J^I^Vir; also pr.n.m.

"^Ir?"^** (ypBf'i) 'i fashioner. "Tp!! (ytic^&'J) /^ "in^, to be


in^ 125 ntD^

attached, united. Pi. fut.


<^r*n- (ysi^l"'?'l) pr.n.m.
"t,ni to unite.
Dn^ (yf^rra) fut. qn:, Dn\
"^0,1 (y^'^^d) m oneness, ;;/. ^pn^., to be in heat,
union, communion; adv. to be in the rut, to con-
together, jointly, all alike. ceive. Pi. pf. f iv.s.

*1D,'! see T\'in. ^Jppr?,^., inf. Dp:, to be

^^ni (yS^dii'v) adv. together, in the rut, to conceive.

with one another, at the "l^tDH^ (y$e^mu'r) vi a species


same time, jointly. of deer, buck.

*"!n!(y5^do'); ^,>?^TO(y&c^- (y^f^raa'y) pr.n.m.


Pr"'-
dr'n); (y^^d;yrhu);
^Ht"'?--
IP^. see n:n.

i^^nj see p.n.


(y^'^azi'c'l); nnn: (ya^z^Vf);
(y^e^ezke'l);
^n^ (yae^c'f) adj. barefooted,
^^^P.in; ."1x1?]^:
unshod.
(y^^lzklyyr), iHtPI^: (^''^^l^'

klyya'hy); ^'^)}}1 (yli^zer?') (y?^B"'c'l) pr.n.m.


''f!:^'/-
'?N''n] (y^^i'fl) pr.n.m. "in'j (yad^a'r) Pi. fut. in'']

"n^ see ri^n. [for in:^] to delay.

Tn^(y5^i'd)rtrf/.,2?z.Dn^n^, "in^ see nin.


/"
'"^.T^l'
o^^y? alone, for-
^'D,l (ya'elP) m family,
saken; f [peerless] soul, race, genealogy.
life.
t^nj (y&e^a'B) i^ii/i. p/. and
(y'^lyya) pr.n.m. tJ^piOn, to be enrolled
P^'*': w//".

^^n^ (ysm'i) a(Z/. waiting, in a family register; inf.

hoping. = register.

^D,!. (y^'^y^) pr.n.m.


?n^^ to wait. Pi. "pn),
^\ tD.1 see nt^J.
imp. 'rni, /. "rn:), pt.
(y^ta'b) fut. ntD^:, n;o:
'^plP to wait, hope, ex- ^P3
pect, to be patient; to [once ^tD"*:], to be good,

cause to hope. Hi. '^''nln, well, beautiful, pleasant,

fut. ^^nv, bryi]i to wait, lovely, glad, cheerful.


Hi. 2'^'T], inf. yp^T\^
to tarry.
120 T"^

3i?\n, n^p^n, imp. nn^p^n, ]^'*^^^; name of a pillar in

/ui. n\p^:., np-^^ at3^,M, pt. front of the temple.


2"'p"'D to do well, to make
good, to do good; to make vnb: (y^cftyitrv) .
?
cheerful; to adjust; inf.

adv. well.
fut. [taken from /^.] by^\
nntDJ (y^thr); nnntp; (yot- ?5^i<, ^.51J, to be able',

WH); nD> (yyttr) pr.n. capable; to prevail, over-


of places. come, master, comprehend.

''". (y'tu'r) pr.n.m. n^t^D^ xmy^'), ^^y


vy!^.^ = yn:*. see ;n;.
(y'c^ylyi.'hy) pr.n.f.

Ht??. (y'rf>ynyr), in^PP:


^*',?:!'! see 'r;^; in.
(y^c^Qny5'hu) pr.n.m.

^^^pD^ = it^^B^^ see nop.


w.s. . iJ^?., wine [made of

grapes]; intoxication. n5\ 'iriD^ see nnD 7/v

and ZTo.
^\ see HD;.

"?)! see HDJ Hi.


^^Tl^T, see inD i^i.

HD]^, /). / nnDlJ, to dis- p. Iw) to bring forth, to

pute with one, to argue; bear; to beget. i\7. ^51.3,

to be convicted, reproved. n^*:. inf n^n, fut. i^v,


-- Hi. n'-pln, nsln, fut. pt. i^^y pi.Dn^ij to be
n^pr, HDr, ;). n"'p'ia to born. Pi. 'l-?^ infill to

decide, judge; to meditate bear; to help to bear, to

or arbitrate; to reprove, deliver; pt. ( I^


Jit"-*-?
niid-

punish, chide. i/o. nDiH wife. P. n^."' to be born.

to be punished. IJUh.
Hi. I'^'iri,' "f^'^i, t/-.

n^^Pn to dispute, argue.


T^il'l, i'^'^'H'-^ to ciiuM'
(v^d;ri^v5') pr.n.f.
^'^T?^ to bear, to beget; to pro-

y^l (yaci^rn) pr.n.m., jyatr. duce, create. Ho. inf


l"?' 127 v?:^)

nn^n to be born. Hith. n HD;, pZ. D^^l, sea, lake,


'^^l^'^ to cause oneself to the west; large river
be enrolled in a family [Nile, Euphrates]; a laver

register. in the temple-court.

l^l (ye'led) m, i.p. "ij,;, pi D.') (vera) m, only yl D^p.^


on J;, c. n^l, n>% one hot springs.
born, male child, son,
^fl:''^; (y^rnCi'?'!) pr.n.m.
young one; pi. children.
TiD^ see nno.
^'^?- (yaida') / girl, maiden.
nj5*'P^ (y^mima) pr.n.f.
^n^ f childhood,
- (y^i<Ju'*)
youth; young men. X'lPl (yararn) m and /, c.

ni^"! (yilio'd) 5w, pZ. D'^b],


it'.s. '','5"'^^ right side, right
one born.
hand, the south; prosperity.

j Pt- (yarai'n) pr.n.7H. ;


pafr.
^^bl (yali'd) ci/, c. -^'b], pi
1
-IT
c. ''y^''., born, son, child
^P^'P^* (y'mM') adj. right
[born in the house].
[as opposed to left].
y(PJl see ?]!?_-.
]:}"^'0"!^
(y^mlni') (7m. of
^,?^^ (yfl&'l) i/i. '?^,'?^J,. *>2>-
"l^p^ "]5,
Benjaminite.
^^"n, "h'b'n, fid. V^^v,,
^"'7\"l\ to wail, to lament; KxD^ n5?^- (yimla) pr.w.-Jrt.
to shout triumphantly. =
j,<.P_ (y*nil?'^) pr.n.m.

^,c?? (y'lc'l) *n a howling. (yfiQ^'n) ^i- [<:?^"0t. of


IPt
Vp^] vp^^, fA vpn, i);>.
wailing, lamentation. / ''Vp'T}, fut. Vp''., ;>^-
/ an itching irp><n, pt. "i^p^^, to turn
^?,^! (yalle'feS-)

scab.
to the right hand, to use
the right hand.
P?,^.
(ye'iek) i a kind of

locust. '
l^P: (ylimia') pr.n.m.

^^f?^'^ (ySiiku't) i shepherd's ^3D^ (y^maui') adj., /T^Jp^,


bag. right.

C^ (yam) in, c. Ql, ?f. ?oc.


^iT ;
(yi"i"9") pr.n.m.
no; 128

"IPJ (ym^'r) Hi. "I^p\n to


change, to exchange. ga'f) m an unclean bird
Hith. 1fi?20n to take one's [owl, heron or ibis].
place [others: to glory]. np\ nb^ see nnp.
"ip! see "11D. "f?^ (ysB^'d) i/. nt:\ fnt.

'
'jP: (yimm') pvn.m. ^E: [for np^^], p<. -IC\ to

^1^) = npN) see ips*. establish, set, found, build


up; to appoint, assign.
^[Tt (y5m,'s) //i. imp. iv.s.
A7. npiJ, inf. ^'0:m\, fut.
'y^f^rp^n, to let feel or touch.
^P)^ to be founded, settled;
n^^^ (ySnr) fut. n;;^ pZ. w.s.
to take counsel together.
qr: [= Dnis m>j], p^. / Pi. nE% inf ipi,
nJi'', to oppress. //t.
"^P", to found, build; to
fut.

njin, p<. iv.s. ^."'.liD, to


appoint, ordain. P. "Ip\
oppress, maltreat, over-
pt. 1,p!|P to be founded.
reach, drive away,
Ho. inf. "ipil, pt. "IDii:,
nill^ (ygjip'Of^) pr.n. of a to be founded, established.
town in Naphtali. (y'Bu'ci) m foundation,
"^.P?
D^^^ (y?nu'm) pr.n. of a place beginning.
in Judah. Tip^ (y^fip'd) i, pi. cnic^
^,^^ see N*U Bi. and nnc% ground, foun-
TVp_ see n-iJ Hi. dation; pi. princes.
"^D^ (y^fiuchi') /foundation.
^Pt^?^ (ynlk9') / a sucker,
sprout. "^'Pt (y^fiw''") "> only pi.

u'.s. \liD^ those who turn


p}l {ym'k) fnt. pr% ^,^
away from me.
p,^.1\ to suck, to enjoy; pt.
nlpl (ylBDp'r) m
a suckling babe. Hi. f
a reprover,
blamer.
ni^^rn, in/. P:J^^, imp. f
r\Ol {ym-<i)) fnt. r^y, to
W.S. 'inpj^n, /h<. p^rn,
pour.
prn, p^\;:".i, ^?. / rpj;^,
tt/.s. irip^p to suckle; to
n^D^ (ylt5k5') pr.n.f

let enjoy; pt. f wet-nurse,


nurse.
n.D; 129 bx

^^\ (y?flrf) pt. pi D'SP\ in marriage. Ai. ^VIJ,

Q. the saiTLe as Ifi. Ni. fut.lVV, pt.l)}t, to meet


PlpiJ, pt. P]Dl: to be added, by agreement, to come to-

to be increased; pt. fjpl. gether, to repair, to gather

niDDi: additions. Hi. together. i/i. I'pn, fut.

ri\pln', ?]\pn, inf. p]pln, T'yl"', to appoint a place


or time, to summon, to

F]ph, ^PN^l, to cite. ^o. ^<. l!;itD to be


i?. n^P^^j
add, to increase, to do fixed, appointed; to be
again, to do further or directed.

longer. "^W see 1)V Hi.

"IpJ (yPH'r) fut. nb^, l.s^r. ^^V^ W. (r'dp', r-di')

to pr.n.m.
w.s. Q,1P,^^, i?^ "ipS
chastise, reprove. Ni. n?T (ysV) to snatch or
ipij, imp. np^n, /wf. "ip^:, sweep away.
to be chastised, to learn
reproof, to take warning. I^V; (y5'v'r); ^')y] (y^'u's)

Pi. "ip% inf. ni?:, npi. pr.n.m.


n-jpi, imp. "ipi, /-w^. ipi;, "I'V^ (y5'o'r) m, only pi.
to chastise, punish, correct, Q'liy) = "iy,l forest.
admonish, instruct. Hi.
W^ (yrii'z) M. ;>. "t,V"iJ to
fut. 'V^TL to correct, ad-
be bold, impudent.
monish. Nithp. iPjJ, pi.
IIPIJ, to be warned, in-
(ya"azya') pr.n.m.
structed.

V) (yr) "', only pi. Uy^ of a town in Gilead.


shovel.
^Vl (yrn't) to clothe = HDV.
tOy^^ see i:^V.

place; also pr.n.m.


"17x (y^'i'r); ]p^Vl (yrk-^'n)

^Vy (ya'rd) /w<. ny^l to pr.n.m.


appoint, to fix [a place or ^Vl (yrri) m ^\vin, ^^
time]; to order [punish- 'P^J/i'', to help, assist, to
ment] ;
to betroth, to give be of use; to profit.
Hebrew-Eiiijlisli. 9
^y\ 180 ns^

counsel together, to be ad-

chamois, stone-buck. vised. nuh. fid. "'f,y;n^


to consult together.
^}!*l
(y5*?'l) pr.n.m. and /.

n?^?-* (y^"''i5') / chamois.


(yri"akp'i??i); |Py;. (y<^"krn)
{y^""^^') pr.n.m.
Hv??-^ pr.n.m.
^,'^V! (y^'lt'm) pr.n.m. "1^^^ see 11V Hi.
(y&"^n) prep, because of,
I??,!
on account of; con}., also
?oc. n ny;\, w;.. i"]v:, !>/.
1.t^'>? and ^? 1V1, al-
ly.l Dnv^ thicket, forest,
though, because, in order wood; wild honey, honey-
that.
comb.
(y*'?'n) "* only j'^. nny,i
li^T (y^'-ar^-) /, c. nivi,
D^JV^ ostrich.

n;v: .y^' ^n?' / female ' jV_ (y5.'r|i') pr.n.m.


ostrich.
QT>yn?,l(yi"arrrr^^'m)
,rVl (y&'ni') pr.n.m. pr.n.vi.
T\yV\ see I^V AY;?. D^V? ;> see D^;;iv^^ nnp.
^,J?J* (yr?'f) M. n^^:,. n^^
to be weary, faint, ex-
hausted. ^o. pt. ^yip to
be wearied. (yifd'y?') pr.n.m.
^y.\^ (yrrf) adj., pi. D^sy;,
^^l {ym) fut. ns>:, Fj^.l,
weary, faint. to be beautiful, fair. Pi.

n?T? (y'5'^) "' wearisome TIB.) to beautify, to adorn.


course. Poipai. ns;?; {yQtym').
ri''E)^?^, to be very beauti-
ful. //i7/. n^irn to adorn
p. "^^V^, to advise, counsel, oneself.

admonish; to direct, to n^l (y5fg') adj., c. nS\


resolve, decide. Ni. \'^i*^^, /'ns;, c. ns^, jt>?. nis;.
fid. 'f,V.|^ pi. l'.V"i^ to con- c rilD^ PS) beautiful, ex-
sult with one another, to cellent.
^D-ns' 131 ^Tr
^5"nS^^ (j-fe' fi') adj., only away, to march out; to

/ r]^D"nS'!, very beautiful. come from, to be begotten


or born, to grow; to be
iS^ (y^fo') pr.n. of a sea-
gone, expended; to rise
port, Joppa or Jaffa.
[of the sun]; to end. ^-
nSJ {ym'^) Hith. HBlOn, Hi. and inf. N 7^1,1,
pf.
to pant, to sigh.
imp. x;^in, fut. i<'p\
HD]
nr?T {n^'''^) adj., c.
^P% ^1, to lead out,
panting, breathing. forth, away; to produce,
"is;^ (yofi-) ,n, c. ^d;, ^s;, Ip. to let grow, to cause to
appear; to separate; to

i]S^, beauty, splendour. spread, to announce; to


exact [money]. Ho.
TPlinnx)] t5.^?l(yafirt);
N^^n, p. /TlN-i^D, to be
T\p^\ (y^funn^') pr.n.m.
brought out, to be led
ySJ (y?f?l") ^t. ;)/. and iwip. forth.
y^sin,
cause
M
to
y^DV,
shine, to
yD% to

give
^;^^ (y^B^b) [Ni., HI, Ho.
taken froin 2iJ] Hith. inf.
light; to shine, to appear
and imp. n^IOH, fut. 3>::0:,
in brightness.
to take one's stand, to
ni^SI (yifa') / beauty, stand forth, to withstand;
splendour. to hold a position, to

^?|^. (y^'feO-j pr.n.m., i.p. stand before one.

(y5Ba'^) Hi. ^^^H, inf.


P^^
njnS>^ (yifta'^) jsr.w.m. y^T\, imp. pi. 't'Viin, fut.

:i^ai, y^:.)_, pt. v^^, to


t5^i<"nriS^. (yifta'^-ri) pr.n.
place, to establish; to leave;
of a valley.
to put down. Ho. fut.

S^J (yfBa) i/- ><'^;, J^><'^.


yp.^ to be left.

in^V (yiBhrr) ^n oil.

(yiBha'r) pr.n.m.
p^.'xii^'N^I"', pi. D^N'il], It :

T^Tr (y?B-:Mr) or V^.v; (ya-


niS^'r, to go out, forth. Bi'r) m [and /"], iv.s. "^y^V,,
pnv 132 "^p-:

pi. DVv'^;, C. y:V:: COlK'h. formed or fashioned; to


bed; floor, story. exist. Pu. Ti.) to be
pn^;* (yIBetH.'k) pr.n.u,.. predestined. //o. fid. Tii"*

Isaac. to be formed.

n^^tD^^ see "1^^ ^lYA. "l-^r (y^Brr) fut. ^^\, to

be pressed, to be narrow;
to be straitened; to be in
come fortli. born, descended.
trouble or sorrow,
V^l (ymn Hi y\2in, fut.
'r,.. (yc'B(^r) in, w.s. "iTi\
y'^l, to spread out. to
formation, frame, pattern,
make as a bed. Ho. fut.
image; fiction, thought,
y,^? to be spread out.
device.
p;^;'(y$B$'k)m/. Pi;?)?., imp.
p'if^, p^, M p'^:, p:^\
',.,

"l-^"!
(y?'BtJi)

(y^Bu'r)
pr.n.m.

m, only pi.
P^,n.p.?>.p^^;,?>^.DV.^iJ^
D^n^^, formation, structure
/nlp^], to pour, to pom-
[members].
out; to melt, to cast
J (yi^n) pr.n.m.
[metals]; to harden; intr. :

to flow out. Pi. pt. f ^^l {y5B$'9-) [= nri] fut.


Ppt?.!'? to pour out. Hi. nii], pi. ina% to kindle,
p^i;n/Mp^r,_p. /np^lD to set on fire, to burn.
to pour out; to place, to Ni. n^; to be kindled,

set. Ho. ^'^^r\, pt. p,^lD, burnt, consumed; to be


c. "p^"^- to be poured out. incensed. Hi. r"'ikn [IT'^Jri

to be molten or cast; to see riiil], once P^JilH, imp.


be made firm. pi. w.s. ri^n^VLf, ftit. n'i*i.

r\2;l\^ n^,n, pt. n>^p to kindle,


(y^Bykr) /, w.s. inp,2i^,

a casting- [of metal].


to set on fire, to bum.
^p,^ (y^'keb) m, tv.s.
fj3p\
"I^V (yyBci'r) fut. -ir, 1,^^:,
pi. D">pp^, c. "ap>, winV-
-1,^;, -\v:., 1^.:, pt. -\p\
vat, wine-press.
lit'', to form, to fashion,
to devise; to produce, 7S^np^ (y^JbB'v'l) pr.u.
create; pt. [potter, creator] of a town in Judah.

see l'p\ Ni. "ISi: to be *fp.^ (yylc^Vd) ivf l'i>\ fut.


nv^Pl wi?;

^i?.?., ^i?.'^ pt. f nip;, ^t. remove oneself, to be dis-


P- "^^Pt' ^0 glow, burn, located, to be alienated.
blaze. Ho. fut. IpJ'' to HI. T^P, imp. V'^^'T^,

be kindled, to burn. fut. t/^p."i\ to nail to a

(yQ'kd'^a'in) pr.n. of
pale, to impale, crucify,
R?*1Rt
a town in Judali.
I

I
bang. Ho. pt. Vp^^^ to
'

be impaled, hanged.

Y?\ (ysk^'B) fut. rp;:, rp.^


nnpi (yikhft') or nnj^^
awake.
I?-': Tl^ r^' X?-% ^0
(y^kfhr) /, only c. nnp:
np;^ (yskar) fut. -\^:\ 1p.\\
obedience.
*lp.?.j to be heavy, precious,
Tip!', Tp^ (y^kp'd) 7n a
dear, costly, esteemed.
burning-.
Hi. imp. ipin, fut. i^pv,
"T-ip^ (ygku'd) w a burning to make precious or rare.
mass.
1p;^ (yakrr) rf/., C 1p.\
C'lp'J (y^kri'm) i substance, p?.Dnp], /nip;, ..nip:,
being-, the living thing.s. pi. rinp^, c. rinp:, grave.
*L^hp^^(yakB's), t^*^|p; (yakri's) thoughtful ; heavy, dear.
m ensnarer, fowler. precious, costly, esteemed,

(y^kv'-8re'l) pr.n.m. rare, splendid.


^^''r^i?!
np-^ see np.^.
np'l (yeka'r) m, iv.S. ilp],
nfp.^
value, price; preciousness,
lJ5i?^ (ygkt5'u) j;-./i.m.
honour, dignity, splendour.
|?t (y^'^i'ni) pr-n.m.
"^^pl see nip.
I^pl (yakki'r) (fd[/. dear,
trp^^ (yako's) pf pi. )tif\?X,
valuable.
T'^'i?-5 P^- ^P"'^ to ensnare,
to lay snares ;
p. a fowler.
(y^kain'5'm) jir.n.m. Ni. ^'02, fut. t^fpX, to

RV?i?T (yekm^'5'm) pr.n. of be snared, caught, en-


a town in Epliraira. snared. Pu. pt. t^p^l"* [for

D^^i?^ (yQkn'5'm) pr.n. of ^IPtI^] to be snared.


a town in Zebulon. t^p,^ see nti'p^.

V\?_1 fyaka") fut. Vp.?., tu 1?^P^ (yQks9'n) pr.n.m.


^mi 184 m^
^Krijpj (yQkO-'ri) pr.n. of Q^^^i^^ (y?'r$tVm) pr.n.m.,
a town in Juclali. Jeroboam.
KH^/ (y?rc') inf. NT, Ni^, n^lZin^ (y?rybb^'sg8-)pr.n.5)<.

nS1% NT, INIV/uf.


imp.
XT% NT, p^^lNT^^NT.
to be afraid, to fear, to nil, M'.s. ^fT'TI, i"ip. 11,
reverence.
pt.NTJ,
Ni.
f nN"]iJ,
fid. NT\
^Z.
nil, ni, ni, it., m
i.p. i.i:., i^M, 11^1, pt. .

niNTJ to be feared, to be iir, IT, ;>/. Dn-ii;, c.


dreadful, to be reverenced "i.Ti;, /" n-[ir, to go,
pt. as a subst. wonderful, come, flow or fall down,
stupendous deed. Pi. N "];.,
to descend. Hi. '^"'^'in,

inf. N.i;, pt. Ni;p, to inf. nnin, imp. iTn, fut.


terrify, to make afraid. T^i', *^T''1 pTl see 1T^
Snf (y^rr) adj., r. N1>, m.l pt. nnitD,' to bring,

pi D>N-]>, c. \NT, / c. lead or send down; to

riNI";, fearing, afraid, throw down, to subdue.


anxious, timid, reverencing. Ho. ITH to be led down,
to be taken down, to be
^<T_'
X"!?.. see HNI
cast down.
"?T! (yfr'9') /, (^. n^T,
~^,... (y^'rgd) pr.n.m.
fear, terror, reverence,
awe; mn^ DNT fear of 1^11 (yrde'n) pr.n.. tbr

God, piety, religion. river Jordan.

j
iS")^ (yir'p'n) pr.n. of a
nny (yjrr) inf. HT^, HIT,

town in Ts'aphtali. mp. HT, A/f. nT^ l.pi.


?(;..?. DTjI, 2?^- "I.T, to cast,
^iT^l^ (ylr'Iyy?') pr.n.m.
to shoot; to lay [a foun-
^T'-T
(y^r?'^) m fighter, re-
dation], to found, erect,
venger; title of the
establish; to shed [water],
Assyrian king. to irrigate; pt. n"]i^ early
nT = n"^^^;'. see n^N. rain. Ni. IT^l to be

^5?5"1^ (y'rybb^'&l) ;>r.n.?., shot. M. n-jin, MnT\


surname of Gideon. 11^1 [INT for nr], pt.
^x 135 v.i;

n^lD, pi. DniD, D^xiiD, (y^ro^^'m) pr.n.m.


tO :

to throw, to cast, to shoot.

pt. archer; to wet, to


pair." "',?^*^^^^^
water; HIlD = Hll^ early
rain. >[,!:- (y&rrt)?") pr.n.m.

niln, imp. niln, /. nir, to deliver up; to be per-


"T, pt. nilt:, p/. M/.5. nicious or fatal.
''nl!:D, to show, point out; (y^rl'e'l) pr.n.m.
'^f!: J;

to teach, instruct; pt.


"^**^T (y^rl'b) adversary.
teacher, guide.

HT (ym'h) fut. pi mr\ ^""^r (y^rl'b); ^nnUyMb&'y);


nni (rriyyr); nlD-'T
[or for ^Kin] to fear, to
[nl^l]] (y^r?m5'-9-) pr.n.m.
^
be afraid.
^,^'^"11 (y^ru'el); HlT (y5-
curtain, hanging, tent.
rp'a^) pr.nm.
p"nj (yiro'k) ?n green, herb.
''l^.VCy?!'?'^) /, c. !]T, W.5.
Ntf^n^ ntrni (rmsr)
pT, D:2T, thigh;
<it^.
pr.n.f.
haunch, ham; side; lower
end, stem.
saia'yim), D?'^^")] (yWs5- '^y.. see T]31
le'm), i.p. D'h^')')],' w. loc
nST (yarkf') /, w.s. InD-jl,
n l^^'^my., pr.n.. Jeru-
du. Q:n?11, c. "'n^ll, side,
salem.
hinder side, rear, inmost
n"^.^ (yfi'?'^^) m the moon.
part, recess.
ni;^..^ (ye'r$^) jn, ^?. D^HT,
^^Pll (y^irmu'^-) pr.n. of
lunar month. two towns.
'"U,... (ye'r|i^) pr.n.m. of an nlDII (ySremp'^); 'PT^fn-
Arabian tribe. m^'y); n,;PT (yirmy5'),
'^n^Jp']^ (yirm^y5'hi:i)
^^ni?' "r^''")!
(rrec()S') and p)-.w.?>J.

^^J (y5r&") to be afraid, to


Jericho. tremble.
'N1^ ntr^

t^SS")^ (ylrp''?'l) pr.w. of a I


to dispossess, to expel, to

place in Benjamin. I
make poor.

pT {ym'k) inf. pT, to spit. nff^T (yVesiO and m-^'T


(y'ryssg;') / possession, in-
py, (y^rs'k) m, c. pT co^;.
heritance.
greens, herbs, yegetables.
pntf^^ = pnl?^
P"l]!.. (ye'r^k) w greenness,
verdure, foliage.

PP^^.. (y?'r$k9'n) m yellow


piSDy^'J (j-flf'mr?'!) /^r.n.m.
colour, paleness, withering.
"^f!?!^? (ylent'fl) pr.n.m.
I'^PIl (yiiirko'n) pr.n. of a
-iDtrb"! [read ip/^^]
place in Dan.
(yl6D5cf)5'i) pr.n.m.
Dyp"|^ (ygrk^Ym) pr.n.??i.
\^\ (y?5), X^> (y$5) m, w.S.

P^lpl'l (y'r^kiti'k) adj., f;pl. "I'tj^'^., IJ^^., existence, sub-


f^"iplpl? greenish, yellow- stance, = there is, there
ish, yellow like gold. are; "ji^'r^ J have; ('f.;:

thou art there.


-nt?^""]^!, nrf "111, m/: f^^'il ^?^'^ [ym'h] inf. 2iB^;,

^[!l."i\ to seize, to take


possession of, to possess, nni^>, i>. 'r^};^'\'''pi.
to inherit; to drive away, nni?^r, nl2:f;, to sit, to
to take aAvay, to dispossess. take a seat, to be seated,
A7. tt^llJ, fut. tri^^ to to remain, stay, wait; to
be dispossessed, to become dwell, to inhabit. Ni.pt.
poor. Pi. ^'y... fut. 2;^n:, / ip. r^rl: to be

^r-rl' ^'^ occupy, scizc, inhabited. - PI. 2^2^] to


possess. Hi ^'^Tin. bif. pitch a hut. ///. ny'l",
K^'.lin, ti^nin, fnt. rni\ inf. 2'''lu'\r[ , imp. 2-?**'"I,

t^'11^1, />^ rnlr.:, to give fuf.. 2'r)\ 2rr. i.f. 2^1" v.:
in possession; In pos-scss. to cnisc to sit. to (MUsc
3^<3tr^ 137 V.^x

to dwell, to cause to ^iD^tr^ pp] (rslmo'n)


be inhabited; to marry. 7n waste, desert.
Ho. nD'i.l to be inhabited,
^"J^J (yfsi's) 571 an old man.
to be made to dwell.
^}^^P] (yegjsry) pr.n.m.
^,ij??;:!. (yrsfib'^'b); nr (y?&'m) q^'^:,
nn^'5 (yose'b b$sse'b8-):
2,^^ /.

2*^?.; to be waste, desolate,


deserted.
(jisbr b%p'b); urS ^yr^
le'e^em);
2tf^? see Dp^f
(y^Su'bi RV-^rlr
(y5'sQb'am); p2L^"^ (yisbj'k): iSrjtr^ (yismr); ^nv!^*^':
n^'|^5^'^(yQb^k5s5') ;?. jn.

^ I T
(y5^5'b) pr.n.m. ;
pair.
;??. D^,^Nyp:p>];
(yisma'ya'); ^,l*f
n;yDy':

*f ^ (jism^rli'y)

l-)2^^ = ni2^'; see 11^*.

niiri (yisva'); ]W) (yisvi');


tn/. ]'\tp'], fut. l^f^:, to fall

asleep, to be asleep.
Pi. flit.
\f::._
to lull, to
make one sleep.
help, deliverance, salva-
'^'\ (y5s5'n) adj., / HJ^";,
tion, victory, welfare.
old, of the last year.
i"'?^^. (ye'sael) m emptiness,
1ti>J^ (yjse'n) adj., pi. D;J^':,
hunger.
c. ^JI2^>, / nJ^';, sleeping,
nr^^ see nnr m. dead.

'^}^'l inwt) Hi. ^^yin to


(yPfn) pr.n.m.
j^^
stretch out.
nj^^ (y^sSn?') pr.n. of a
''.^1 (ylry); n^t^"; (y^sfb), town in Judah.
nns^: (yMyyr); iH^^:
V}^1 (j^sr) Ni. V}^'^ imp.
(jissiyyj'hu) pr.n.m.
pi r^t^'iH, fut. y,i^"r, pt.

"^^l = H'}^l see N,tia y^ti^'lJ, to be delivered,


HD^:^'; (y^slma) /, only pi saved, to get help. Hi.

nlp^^'^. desolation, de- vyir\, inf y^tJ^'in, y,ti^'in,

VJistation. destruction. imp. v;^'in, n^Y^^'in


v^:. 138 hr:

[Xrn^^tr'in = Hosanna], just, righteous; pleasing,


agreeing.
to help, save, deliver. (y?'s$r) pr.n.m.
'r,:.

"1^1 (yp'g^r) m, w.s. I^f;


W.S. ^vtp^ w:^
help, deliverance, salvation,
W\ (y^sro'), straightness, right,
truth, duty, honesty.
freedom, welfare.
"^^rj;?"]^) (y^6r'?'l$) pr.n.m.
Vp^, see n^f.
nnt^i (yisr?') /, c. npjf : =
in^Vi^? (y'^s^.'y^'hu) pr.n.m.
]^1^] (y^gurCi'n) m the
nst^^^ (y5'^fe:') or riDtr';
honest one, the righteous
(y^c's^fe') m a precious stone,
little people [a poetical
jasper.
name for the people of
nS^I (yIspr);lBtf^"U3^gprn) Israel].
pr.n.m.
^}^l (ys?') adj. old, grey-
headed.
Iti'".!, to be straight, to
^nij^'^ see nn^' Hith.
go straight, to be right,
*|^pptrf?n^^ see pi^.^' Hith-
convenient, even, tranquil.
Pi. 1,^":, "1.^:, wip' v^-
palp.

^T^l (y^o-rd) A c. nn;, pi.

to make straight, even, n^n^ c. ninr^^ peg, nail,


level; to declare right, to pin; settled condition;

approve. Pu. pt. 1,^*^!p prince; spade, shovel.

to be made even, to be
l)eaten out flat [metal]. orphan, childless, forsaken.
Hi. I^fi^'ln, imp. l;^'"!."!, fut.
I^r^ (y?^a'r) m what is
"l^.^^l to make straight or
sought out.
even, to look straight on.
(y&ttl'r) pr.n. of a
1^"\ ^^P!
^'^\ [nm:v) adj., c.
town in Judali.

D?ri^ sec HDD Hith.


pi. T\\'\^\, straight, even,
level; right, upright,
^n: see ^I?n.
13}) n><3

^4^) (ylO-15') pr.n. of a


place in Dan. pi D'^iri?, rope, cord,

Dn^^Dn^1?^n'lseeDpn. thread, string; remainder,


remnant, rest; abundance,
preference, excellence; adv.
(y$0-nr?'l) pr.n.m.
over and above, besides.
)^r\] pr.n. of a
(yiO-n-^'n)
'Viv (y^'^^'er) pr.n.m. =
town in Judah. iio:; patr. nnv
^PJ inH'r) Ni. inij, fuf. "in'v n'iri'' see ini\

/'
ninU, pz. nnniJ, to be
/ abundance,
"^^^^ (yiOra')
left, to remain i^j^ remnant,
wealth.
remainder. Hi. 'T'p'in,
(yi'9'r?') prn.7n.
.

inf. i^nln, inin, mp. I

inln, ini"!, to iQ"^] (yiS-ro'n) w preference,


A*^. i^n'i\
gain, profit.
let remain, to leave, to

spare; to prefer, to give


superiority or abundance. r5'$'m); riP^. (y^O-f'^S-) pr.n.m.

^ ? *] the eleventh letter of to, after; before an inf. =


the alphabeth, called 5^3 as, when, if, after.

[hollow hand, palm]; as a nKS (k^'e'b) fui. n^??:, pt.

numeral D = 20, ^^ 500. nXiD, pi. D^nNpp, to feel

pain, to feel a pang, to


? prefix, particle of com-
parison, similarity or pro-
suffer. Hi. inf n^i<pn,

before Sheva fut. r>^?:, pi. nN*?n, pf.


portion; 2,
to cause
w. art. % xv.s. ^Jlp?, "^"1^?,
!!l^J<pD,

make sad, to
pain,
wound,
to
to
^nlxp3, nloD, i:V.p2, ddd
spoil.
[DDii?],^ 'qriD [qO"i^'pL
niHD, as, like, as if; at, 2SS (k^'fb) in, w.s. ^p^??,
about [a time], according pain, sorroAV. grief.
ns3 140 '.12:

nsD (k^^') Ni pt. c. nspj, make heavy, to oppress;

to be terrified, humhled, to make dull; to make


timid, sad. Hi. nSDH. honoured; to get renown.

inf. nixpn to make timid "IJ^ |


(k*V?'4) adj.

or sad. 13-?., pi C'H^p, c-

nSD heavy, weighty, grievous;


(k5'e') adj., only pi.
D"'XD, troubled, sad, timid.
numerous, great; dull,

hardened, awkward.
-ISD (k^'^'r) pf. pi. ^S^r
IIS* (k5V?'d) w, w.. "^nDp,
[for ^li^p^; or i>SD = 1-]^.
the liver.
see "11D], to pierce, to dio-
out.
inp (k5bp'd) mf/., /niup,
splendid, rich; sitJ^^ riches,
It^*^? (k^"asg'r) conj. as.
possession.
while, where, in order
IZllp (kp'hgd) wi heaviness,
that, so that, when, in so
weight; multitude; vio-
far as [see "l,^*^^.]-
lence.
nns* (kjhrd) m/. liiD, fut.
nnns (kn>cdu'o-) /difficulty.
125^, to be heavy, weighty,
nds (k5br) /Mf. n35% to
severe, numerous, con-
be quenched, to go out.
siderable, honoured, re-

nowned; to be dull. Ni. Pi.


n35^,
nSD,
to
inf
quench,
n-QD,
to
/t//.

ex-
-13?:, inf. inpn, fut. nnp:,
tinguish.
pt. ns?:, pi. . ',15?:, fipi.

nnsDJ, niZl3 (k$V?'<}) rn [inf. of


to be honoured,
esteemed; to show one- nnp'], c. il3p, i;::, w.^.

self great or mighty; to ni:?, '^12?, weight,

be wealthy, rich. Pi. honour, esteem, glory, ma-


ns?, inf. and imp. HSs. jesty; abundance, wealth;
nnD;. pt. nns^ to poet, soul, person.
fut.

honour; to make heavy hard ,


^^ZlD (k^by'l) jt)**/*. of a

d\iU. ru. fut.12'?] to be city in Asher; a district


honoured, esteemed. Hi. of 20 towns in Galilee.
T2^ri. inf and imp. nn^n, ^"iSB (k$bbp'n) pr.n. of a
'

/uf. -i^?:!, pt. T3?D"to place in Judah.


1^3D 141 nnz)

T'J^I) (k^Lbbl'r) adj., pi. p/. ntra?, c. ntf5?; also


D''T35, great, mighty. n^?2 {nhW) f lamb,
young female sheep.
T'lIlS (kbi'r) m mattress.
trnS (kaba's) in/. tS^'l??,

imp. w.s. riL?^'?p, /-^^ tJ^'i3?':,


fetter, bond.
pt. B^,52, to tread down,
DnS (kib^fi) ?). D5"i3, to
to trample on, to subdue,
tread, to trample;
D3?
to
to force [a woman]. Ni.
wash, to full. Pi.
^3?J to be conquered,
and 033, imp. D55, fut.

subdued. Pi. tJ^'^D to
D55% p^- D35^, to wash,

to full, to cleanse. P. subdue.
to subdue.
Hi. fut. SS^^,??:

D5p to he washed.
DSDri [foronsr^v;
^?,? (ke'bes) m footstool.
Hothp.
to he washed, purified. Ir^^- (kibss'n) m oven,
furnace.
ins (k?brr) El i'3?n.
1? (k$d) /, w.s. "mD, p?.
fut. 1^3?:, pt. i^n?^,' to
D''jlD, bucket, pail, vessel.
make heavy, to make
many; to multiply; pt. =
in? (kaddvi'r) m ball.

fulness, plenty. "IS see ""i.

)]2!p (k^H'r) m length, "f 7- (k^dko'd) m a precious

extent; adv. long ago. stone, ruby or carbuncle.


already. IDi^^llS (k^dQrla'p'm^r)

i^r (k^ba'r) pr.n. of a pr.n.m.

river in Mesopotamia. 513 (kp) adv. thus, so; here,

niZlS (k^bara') / a sieve.


there, thither; this way.
that way.
ni23 (kibrr) /, c. ni?r,
length, extent; a measure ^l}^ (nW) inf. T(r\'^, fut.

nnp^, to be faint, dim.


of distance [parasang or
30 stadia].
feeble, dull. Pi. nri?,
n^riD intr. to be faint, pale.
trnS (kg'Vefi) m, pi. D^^n?.
dim; to be timid, de
young sheep, lamb.
spending; tr. to rebuke.
n^tf^lS (kIbBa') /, c. nb'^?, chide.
U2 r.3

nn? (kfh^') f initigation.


support, nourish. Pulp.
h^'f^ (kyiki'i) to be
nn? (kthg') arfj., / r\n;^,
sustained, nourished. ;
pi. niri3, dim, expiring,
Hi. ^'?D, inf. b'^n, fut.
faint, dull, timid, pale.
r^\ to hold, contain; to

IP? {nH'n) Pi IP?, tJ//. bear, hold out.

TD*lJ (kumgi'z) m an orna-


to act as priest, to be a
meut, gold beads or bracelet.
priest, to adorn with
^'^ (kCm) Ni. "jlpj, imp.
in'iestly dress.

^Hj (kphfn) m, pi D'.^'Tjt'


D';rlD;, f nro; to stand
c. IJ.lI^, priest, minister;
the High
firm, to be established; ^
^"il^n in^n be firm, steadfast, faith-
Priest.
ful, sure, reliable, fixed;
Tl^ll'p (k'liimn^') /, c. nijp, to be ready, prepared, de-
pi nil"!? ,
priesthood, termined. Pil y.iD, imp.

priest's office. n:^iD, fid. p.lD;, to set up,

l^^S a southern
to make firm, to establish,
(kiJV) pr.7i. of
to build, to make ready,
country [Nubia].
to prepare, to direct.
ynis (kob^") 9. ip. yniD,
Pu. "i^riD to be made firm,
c. ynlD, helmet.
to be formed. Hi. ')''pn,

ni? (k^vr) Ni. np;, /^*^ inf ip.r!, vpn, in^p. i'd,^;

nip^ to he burned, scorched. fut. VP^ l?.\l to set up,

n^lD to establish, to found, to


(k^vlyy?i') / burn, scar.
prepare, to direct, to aim,
ZlD'D (kpc^5'l?) w, c. 3DiD,
to attend to. Ho. "jD^n,

pt. IpiiD to be established,


star; a great prince.
to be made ready, to be
P)^ (kyl) pf. ^2, to hold, set in order. Hith.

to measure. Pilp. .
.r?"^?. piDpn, y.iDn, fut. i;i:o\

/. '?.5^3^ 2>'- ^.5 r^P to plD^ to be set up, to be

hold, to contain; to bear; built; to make one-jclf

to preserve, maintain, ready.


143 Kns

"]^3^ (kiju) pr.n. .of a city rijD, fut. 2]^] to lie, to

in Phenicia. deceive, to be faithless,

to be false, to prove un-


IP m, pi. D]J)3,
(kavv?'n)

a cake for offerings.


true. Bi. fut. n^pi to
charge one with a lie.
D13* (koe)/, p?. nltpb, cup,
vessel; portion, lot.
yO (k^z^'b) in, pi. D\:?lp,

a falsehood,
Ou (kp6) m an unclean
c. '',5]?, lie,

deception; idolatry, idol.


bird, owl or pelican.
^^JTj (kp'zel)?') pr.n. of a
n^i^ (kQr) to dig out, to
place in Judah.
pierce; see "IS^.
''ITS (kQzbl') pr.n.f
"1^3 (kCir) m oven, furnace.

y).^ (kazi'b) pr.n. of a place

of a town in Simeon. in Judah.

trnlD pr.n.m. see ti^'lD. nips TO (W^^) m, w.s.

ti^^S (kvs) j9j-.w.m.


"nb, Tjnp, strength, power;
; Ethiopia;
violence; ability; wealth,
gent, yo,, ^?. D^'iD,
riches.
D^r^i?, Ethiopian.
^^
"3 (kp'a^) m a species of
Tt
(kysi') pr.n.m.
lizard.
jtr^D (kvsa'n) ;>r.. = ti^"l3

Ethiopia. nns (kf^^'d) M. in?:, /m.

'a'9-9,'yim) pr.n.m.
nnn?J, to hide oneself,
to disappear, to be de-
nntf^lS (kp's5rr)

ri11^"1p, prosperity.
/, only pi.
stroyed. Pi ins, fut.
^pD^ to hide, conceal; to
ri^S (kvO-), nn'2 (kv^a')
deny, to disown. Hi.
^r.n. of a city in Babylonia. "i^npn, rn^n,
inf fut.
n"iri1S see n>nb. Tf^^l nn?:i to hide,
conceal, destroy.
1115 (kprb) p. ^,].3, to lie,

to speak falsehood. Ni. to paint [the


^P? (k5^si'l)
3i5J to be found a liar, inner sides of the eyelids
to be false. Pi. DID, inf. with stibiuml.
^n: 144 ^?

Ci^TiI* (k$^$,'s) to decrease, -)*,^3, "1^? (kiyyo'r) m pot,


to become lean. Ni. fut. basin, fire-pan, water-basin.
B'np^ and Hith. fut. l^p^r^ '*.^''? (kliry), \^.? (k?iry) <7rf;.

to dissemble oneself, to niggard, miser, cheat.


flatter. Pi. t^'^?, inf.
^-^ (kclCi'f) m, only p^.
*<nD, fut. tr'nD] to feign,
r^1r5\?, hammer, axe.
to deny; to lie, to deceive
n^?D''3 (kimr) /the Pleiades,
[expectation] ; to submit
a groop of seven stars.
oneself, to flatter.
D'^D (kic) iu purse, bag; cup.
trn? (k^e^Ss) m, W.S. ^^V{p..

D^trn?, c. \::*n^, lying.


"l**? (kir) 7, only cii*. D:T?,
fi.
deceit, denial, flattery:
cooking-pan [with a lid].

leanness. "litr'>5 (kisp'r) .n a distaff,

ti^nS onlypZ. holding the flax for spin-


(kiJ^5's) adj.,

D'tr'nD, lying, false.


ning.

nrjS i^t^i) adv. so, thus.


''? (kl) m mark, bum,
brand. 13? (klkks['r) /, <;. "IDD, rfw.

**? (kl) conj. that, so that.


Dn5p, ^>;. Dnp?, c. n??,
because, when, for; DX ">? and' nn,2D,' " c. nil??'

that if, but, nay but, but round, circle, circuit,

when, unless, but indeed. district; disk, round loaf

certainly.
or cake; round weight,
talent [= 3000 shekels].
"T''? (k}d) w calamity.
^^ (kpl) m, c."P^ (kyl), w.s.
11"]13 (kido'd) m spark.
lb, i:^?,D5^?, the whole,
y^y^ (kidp'u) m spear,
totality; all, whole, each,
javelin.
every, any; adv. wholly.

P"! r (kido'n) ^;r.. of a


S^D (k5i5') [takes also
place.
forms from H^^] ;>/ w.s.
nil*'? (kfdp'r) m war.
storming. tv.s. Ds^?, /m. n';?^ ni;?:,
1^"?? (klyyu'u) /vr.n of a ;>. ?l>.'ni??, ^^.'^^i to ro-

heathen deity, Saturn. | tain, bar, restrain, close.


I^D 145 p:^?

shut up, liiiicler. Ni. fut. n^? (kaur) A ^.5. 1:1^2,


S7D^ to be restrained, pZ. ni^D, nb, bride;
liiiidered. Pi. inf. X'pS = daughter-in-law.
-j.3 see n^3 Pi.
>^^5^3 (knu') m = N^2
sbD (krie) i, w.s. IN/'?, prison.
pZ. D''i<7D, coiifiiiemeut,
lips* (kna'b) m basket;
l)rison; du. !2^^<^p two
cage for birds.
different things, two kinds.
J -I

J-
3 (k^ly'b) pr.n.m.
^f$?? (kll'5'b) pr.n.m.
''n^lbS see 2b^.
^P3 (k^le'b) pr.n.m. ;
patr.
^Ji^bb (knuha'y), '^ri^bp

(k^lijhy') pr.n.m.
^^3 (kg'lgb) m, i.p. n^r,
nb^'PD (knaia') /, only pi.
pV.D^p^?, c. ^2"?^, a dog;
n1^^^?, bridal state.
a male prostitute.
n^3* (k^la^) pr.n. of a
n^3* (kfia;') tn/. ni^p, /.
city iu Assyria, to-day
n'^5\ ?D^, to he completed,
Nimrud.
finished, ready; to be at
an end, to be consumed,
^2,5^ (kg'la^) m vigour,

destroyed, to vanish. Pi.


strength.
"tb?
n^2, inf. nb [N',b], nib. (keir) ,, z.p. >b, pi.

"^.^^l, to complete, finish, n''?5, vessel, implement,


end, execute; to cease; to equipme 1 1
1 baggage
consume, to spend, to garments ; instruments,

destroy. Ph. H^?, fut.


weapons, armour; boat;

n"??^ to be completed, seat.

finished [see also i<,'?p]. i<^^~) see NiJ'?.

n^^^ (kflii') / consumption, n^^? (laiya')^ /, only pZ.

destruction; h'pD H^^ to m>j5, c. nr^D, the reins,


destroy totally; a^civ. to- kidneys; the interior, the
tally, entirely. inward parts.

n^? (k^ir) adj., fpi. r.ii?D, *11^^? (killayo'n) i, c. ll^^D,


pining [of the eye]. destruction, pining.
Hebrew-English. 10
146 15

wliatVj how great! how


^'',?|> b'b:?,
long! how many! how
(k5iri) adj., c.
often!
complete, perfect; subst.

the whole, complete sacri-


DmM (kimh5'm); "i^rjP?

fice, holocaust. (kimhrn); qrjii^p (k'raohrm)


pr.n.m.
T'S^S (k^lko'l) pr.n.m.

to make perfect.
ID3 (k'mp') rel. part. = Z)
^,?5 (k5iiJ.'i)
as, like; like as. when, as
D?5 (k^il^'m) Ni. D^?J, inf.
soon as; thus.
qV^n, fut. q'^p:, i^/.
qb:,
(li'nip'y) pr.n.m. of a
to be ashamed, to be in- I :

Moabitish god.
sulted, to be disappointed.
Hi. D^bn, inf. D^,^5n, j*lDZ) (kjmmp'n) wi cumin.

fat. D^,^?l,'_p. D^,^pi:,'to Dp5 (k^m^'fi) ^<. p. qpp,


reproach, revile, chide; to to lay up, to store.
shame; intr. to feel shame.
IDS (k5mrr) M. "IDpJ,
Ho. q'^?n to be dis-
be burnt, scorched; to be
to

appointed; to be hurt.
blackened; to be con-
*Tpp5 (kJlm^U'd) pr.n. of a tracted, to be moved.
district in Mesopotamia
"IpS (k^rai'r) or l^p (kp'ra^r)
or Media.
m, only pi. Q''T'pp, priest,
HD^S (k^iimmri') /, c. n;^'^?,
idol-priest.
pi. niJp'P?, reproach, shame,
")'''1t5? (klmri'r) m, pZ. c
contumely.
\1''"]??D, obscuration, eclipse
n^D^D (knimrav'O-) / re-
[of the sun].
proach, contumely.
^?* (k?n),
"IP (k^n) arfi/. SO,
nj3p? (k^^ln?') pr.n. of a city
thus, just so, such, so
in Babylonia, Ctesiphon.
much; p/ therefore, on
1^P5 (k$lno') pr.n. of a city,
account of, nevertheless.
either = n^.?3, or in Syria.
*!?* (kfn) adj., pi. D;J?.
npD (kijm^'h) to pine, to
right, upright, honest;
long for.
subst. the right; adv.
HD? (k^mrar) [= nap as rightly, honestly.
U7 njD

*)? (ken) m, tv.s. ]^,'^, base, yjpn, fut. v^p% to be

pedestal, staud; i^lace,


humbled, subdued, sub-

station, office. jected; to humble oneself,

njS (kfn5') Pi. n^?, /.


to submit. m. y^Jpn,
fut. y^:?l, V.l'^l to bow
n|.2], to distinguish by a
down, humble, subdue.
surname or title, to name
with honour.
n|3 a shoot, a bundle, travelling effects.
(kann?') /
layer. \,zT (k%,'*9,n) pr.n.m., Ca-
n|3 (kinnr)' /, pi. o-'p, naan; ^ew^ l-Jyp-?, l?^-

g-nat, stinging-fly. D]:yp.5, Canaanite, Phe-


ny^ (k|inue') pr.n. of a town. nician ; tradesman, mer-

probably the same as HJ^D. chant.

11?? (kinnp'r) m, pi. D^JD, 113^^33 (k%9,"ana') pr.n.m.

nllilD, a harp, lyre. f]J3?,


^35 (kaa^f) Ni. fut.

TJnb:?? = fjn'^Jn? see to hide oneself.

(kana'f) /, f].!?, w.S.


^J5 c.

D|3 (kinn^'m) m gnat, coZ/.


^pJD, du. D:SJ?, c. ^D^D,
gnats.

*[^? (kfn^'n) tjnp. H^^*, to nlD^D, wing; du. pair of


protect [but see HJD]. wings; extremity, edge,
ipJS (k%fnr); n;^jp (k%an- border, skirt, side, wing
y?'); ^n;^Jp (kn|lnyrhu) of an army; pinnacle,

pr.n.m. battlement.

Oyp (kfn^'fi) iw/- Dl:p, j). ^*!,|.r (kinng'rg^) pr.n., i.p.

DJb, to collect, heap up; ni^D, also nnp, nii3^5,


to assemble. Pi. 031). a city in Naphtali; riHj? !
fut. 03.5] to collect, to or nn:;? D1 the Lake of

gather together. Hith. Gennezaret.


inf. 03.20^ to hide one-
n^D (k%5'-9-) f only pZ.
self, to wrap oneself in.
nj'J?, surname, title; fel-

y;| (k^n^") Ni. v,i'?h /-


low-officer, colleague.
10*
DD 148
^F-?

DS (kefi) m = ND? throne. 'r*'p3* (k'Bi'l) yr.n. of a


SDD, npD (k^Bij) 5u time place in Judah.

of the full moon, festival. ni^^pS (k^Bjiq'^) / folly.

i<P? (kiBfie'), HBD ,u, u'.5.


:^P5 (kpri) /< ^pp: to

.
be foolish.
nlNp? high seat, chair, and ^D5 (ke'fi^l)
"^P,? (k^Bgl)
throne. i, w.s. D?9D, pi. D^^Vd?.
np|i (kfB5') 2^^ nob, 2?^. j9. loin, interior; folly; con-
""IDD. c. ''iDf, to cover, to fidence.
conceal. At. bif. rilD^M
"^?? (klfll5') / folly; con-
to he covered. Pi. HE?, fidence, hope.
inf. niD5, fut. HDD?, dd;t.
*!,*!??? (kiBlt'v) m name of the
to cover, conceal, hide; to
9'" mouth of the Hebrew
clothe; to cover sin, to
year [December to January].
forgive; to keep secret.
Ph. riDp and mDD (kgfie?'), 1 V?? (k^B5lp'n) pr.n. of a
place in Judah.
fid. HEp;, pt. nD?p, lUth.
fut. ns^ri?, D5i;i^, p. 1 yP? (klfilo'n) pr.n.m.
HD^r^o, p/. Q'psbp, to nlppp ( k^Byllo'O- and )

hide oneself, to wrap one- "lUHTlpP? (kiBlp'O-'tsVp'r)


self up. pr.n. of a place near
nniDS see nniD. Mount Tabor.
"l^pr) (k5fici'y) i, c. ^"ipp a ^^Pc?? (kCifiiae^i'm) pr.n.
covering. of a people and district in
n^pS (k'Bu'^) / a covering-. Lower Egypt.
veiling, cover, garment, DpD (k5Bi]L'm) inf DTDD,

np? HiDD. fill. Dbp^ to shear.


(kPi'c^) p. p.

;??. D^niop, / nrviDi^, to *^9,?.p (kyBernH^9-)/" a species


cut off. of grain, spelt.

7''p3 *
(k^^Di'l) ad}.,pl D^.^^pp Dp5 (k5Bi:i'B)/^2.|)/. iDbn,
foolish, a fool, stupid, to number, reckon.
impious; the constellation 5]p5 (kjBa'f) A^ P]?5:, to
Orion. pine for, to long after.
np.p 140 ^
Ni. ^P?J, in/: n??^5 Pf- 5]? (kef) m, only pi. D^Sr
?]D5J to turn pale, to be rock, cliff.

disconcerted; to long after.


n^S (k5f5') fut. n?5% to
^D!D (kreef) m, i.p. P]D^, turn aside.
W.S. '',rP3, pi. Q'',?P?, W.S. HD? (kappa'), HB? (kippa ) /
n"'P3, silver, silver coin,
palm-branch, branch; the
money, shekel. high, the noble.
S^Sp^iD a li^D
(ka'Blfya') pr.n. of (k^fp'r) m cup, goblet;
place between Babylon and hoar-frost.
Jerusalem. 1*1S? see Dn?^
nDS (ke'fie^-) /, only ^Z.
D'^SS (kafFfi) i)i cross-beam,
nine?, c. ninp?, pillow.
rafter.
cushion.
n^S3 (k-fl'r) m, i^;.
Dn^D?.
DyS (kr^B) in/. Dly?, /m^
young lion, young hero;
Dt?D'^, to be disturbed,
village.
fretful, angry. Pi. OVD to T^y^^
provoke, irritate. Hi.
city in
(k^flra')

Benjamin.
pr.7i. of a

D\v?", inf. D\y?n, /Mt


t'SS (kf !,'!) pt. p. ^1S3 to

to excite, provoke, vex. fold together, to double


grieve. up ;
p. p. doubled.^ double.

Dys (k^'p) in, W.5. pvD,


Ni. 'P^'^h fut. bp:^\ to
be doubled, repeated.
fjpyS, pi Q'DV^, sorrow,
vexation, anger, provoca- b^^ (ke'fgi) 7u, du. d:,'???,

tion, fretfulness. a doubling, the double;


adv. twice.
^T,? (k?i."|i6) m, the same
cyD. *]S3 (kafa'n) to bend towards.
as'

^? (k?if) /, W.S. \B2, du.


*]|3 (kafj'u) m hunger.
D:ED, c. \25, m;.s. ^,12, ^^Z. %5 (kafa'f) inf ^3 [^ib^n,
niE2, the curved or holloM' with ri interr. and ^], j?^-

hand, palm, paw, forefoot; p. PjiDD to curve, to bend


sole [of the foot]; pan, down. Ni. fut. 1. 5^. ?]3i<

dish; handle; twig, branch.


153 150 ^3
135* (nU'r) Pi. "1,?.?, inf. "^Vt*?* (k^fto'r) pr.n., pi.

and imp. 1?.5, fut. "ISD;, D^lr?D, Crete [Cappadocia.


to cover, to forgive, ex- Cyprus?]; pi. Cretans..
piate, atone for. Pw."IS?, "1?^ (k$r) m, ;>?. Dnp, lamb,
fut. 1B5] to be atoned for,
sheep; battering-ram.
to be forgiven, extinguished. "1?" Dn^.
Bith. fut. 1C30: and
pasture,
(k$r)
meadow;
m, pi.

a earners
Nithp. iSpJ to be forgiven,
saddle, litter.
expiated.
|3 (kpr) ?n a measure for
"^55 (kgf&'r) [de)wm. from
dry and
goods liquids
"l|ib] to cover Avitli pitch.
[= 10 ephahs or baths].
"193 (kffrr) m, c. 12?, 2)?. '12^5 (krbri) Pii. pt.
D'^IDp, hamlet, village.
^31?^ to be clothed with.
^mvr} n?5 (k^f^-r hram- nn?*" (k^rr) fut. ni?>, to
mpni') pr.n. of a place in pierce, dig, excavate; to
Benjamin. devise. Ni. fvt. Hlp^ to

nSb (kp'f^r) m, tv.s. 'i^?^ be digged.


(kQfrp'), pZ. D^Dp village; nij^ (k^rr) fut. ni?^ to
pitch ; cypress - flower prepare a banquet, to
ransom. make a feast.

DnS? (klppurl'm) vilpl. ex- nns'* (k5r5') /w^. ni?:, to

piation, atonement. buy, purchase; to bargain.

ri^^5 (k^ppp'rgO-) / cover, nnS* (k5rr) /; only ;?/.

lid of the ark, the pro- nip, nip, pit, cistern.

piatory. nip (k?ni') f banquet, feast.

ti^ss (kiif^'s) Hi. ^''B:?r\, in|>* (k^va'b) i,pz. D\5np,


to press down, to trample D\nip, Cherub.
down. ^^"]^ (k^ra'b) pr.n. of a
nns?*, "iins? {nm'v) m, place in Babylonia.

pi. D'ln??, capital of a ^^5 (^5ri') i coZ;. royal


column, ornament [knob, body-iiuard, executioners
crown] of the candelabrum. [Carians?].
nn? 151 niD

n|P1D^, to browse, to
n^n? (k^rl'O-) pr.n. of a
eat off.
brook.

nri'"i!p (k^rm'^) /, pi
separation, di- V.l??, /)/ y.l.^, pl ',vi?,
D^'rin^l?)
/ niyib, to bend [the
vorce.
knees], to kneel down, to
23"l5 (k^rko'b) w, iv.s.
sink down, to cower, to
nDID, border, margin.
writhe in pain. Hi.
D!p"1? (k^lrko'm) m Indian yn?n, inf. y\i?n, fut.

saffron. _ t^^7!51, to bow, bend, pro-


ti^^p!pl5 (kark^I's) pr.n. strate, afflict, grieve.

of a city on the Euphrates, ^13 (k?ra") /, only du.


Cii^cesium. 0:^15, W.S. VVip, the
(k^rka'fi) fr.n.m. legs, the lower parts of
P?13
the thigh.
nn^l^ (kIrke'reO-) /, only
'pl. riilDI?, fleet camel, DSn? (k^Lrp^'fi) m cotton-

di'omedary. stuff.

D^? (ke'rem) m, Ip. D12,


\tt"12, pl \^1?/ to turn about, to dance.
w!s. c.

^pID, garden, orchard, t^^.? (k^r?'6) m belly, paunch.


vineyard, plantation. ti^"1.3 (kp'rs) pr.n.m., Cyrus.

''p"l5 (k$rmr) pr.n.m. J^3li^*l3 (kars%5') pr.n.m.

^""Pn? (k^rml'i) m carmine, [Persian].

crimson colour and cloth. nnS (kara'^) inf Hip, Hi?,


''nip (kQiO-r), imp.
7p"l? (karme'l) m [= D"]!?.],
tv.5.

garden-fruit, nip, /w. nip^, pt. nib,


i(;.s. 1^^1.3 5

garden-grain; as a pr.n. i)<.'";).


nnp, /TpL nin"ip,
to cut, to cut off; to maim,
Mount Carmel; also a
castrate; to root out, to
town near the Dead Sea;
"ht?^^, f destroy; n''13 nip to make
gent, H^.'p^f 1?.

jHS
a covenant. Nl riipj,
(k''r5'n) pr.n.m.
inf nipn, fut. n-lp^ "to
Dpi? (kirBfrn) Pi., fut. ws. be felled, to be cut off;
niniD 152
I

to be consumed, exiled, Pi. fut. 7G^O^ to cause to


destroyed. Pu. Tib to fall. M.'t^^rDn, inf
be cut off, to be cut down. ^y?^,^^^>p'51 to cause
Hi. nn?n, inf. nnpn, to fall, to cause to
flit. nn?l/ n-!51 to' de- stumble, to seduce, to
stroy, cut off, withdraw. lead astray. Ho. pt.
Ho. nipn to be cut . ti'PP to be overthrown,
off, withdrawn. to bo felled.

ninns (k'^rqo-p'o-) fipi. lV^?(kIg59lo'n)wstumbliug,


hewed beams. fall. ruin.

''pi.? (k^r?Sr) pr.n.m., pi ^?^? (k58$'f) Pi.p^ P);^"D^^


D^ril?, executioner, body- / nSpS'DO, to mutter ma-
guard of David [Cretans gical words or incanta-
or Philistines come from tions, to practice magic.
Crete].
^W- (k$s5'f) ni magician,
Ib^S (k^fi^b) m, pi. D^nirp, sorcerer.
andnat^*? (ki6bii')/"= t^5p.
^^,? iWm) m, only pi.
and ri^tr??, lamb.
D^D^p,incantation,sorcery.
*^^,? {H'm) pr.n.m. "l,t^O (k5s?'r) fut. T^'5^ to
^^^? (kpdi') 2>r.w., only be proper, right, pleasing;
pi. D^n^3, D^^ni^O, Chal- to thrive, to grow.
deans, astrologers , star- Hi. inf. "l''^t^*5''^ to give
gazers; Chaldaea; iv. loc. prosperity.

l*!"!^? (kisrp'n) m profit,


p.trS (k965') to be fat. advantage, success, pros-

^^f^? (k^issi'i) m axe, hoe. perity.

^WP inm) in/. ^ilTD, /m<. ^P? (ksO-iVb) inf nInS,


nr?, fut. 3P?:, pt. nnb'
mj'tpp, to totter, to fail, />/. p. ^^ri^, to write, to

to stumble, to faint, to inscribe, to write down,


to record, to describe, to
. I . ' ' I" T

pt. /,t5^?^ to totter, stumble, prescribe. A7. 2,r)!?J, fut.

fall; to become weak. ^.r*??. to be written, in-


nn? 153

scribed. Pi. 3riD, pt. shoulder-parts, projections.


2r\'2ip to write [a decree]. "inp [nu'r] Pi. inp to
nriiD (k^6-f'b) 9)1 writing. surround, besiege; to wait.
copy, book, register, letter. Hi. I'.npn, fut. i^np:
written decree. to surround; to encompass;
niiriB (k^O-B'bgO-) / a writing. to wear as a crown.

D^n? (kM'm) and Q^^np iri3 (kg'^-er) m crown,

(kittiyyl'm) pr.n.m. pi., in- diadem.

habitants of riD [Cittium]. I1")r3 (kp^rreO-) /, pi.

Cyprians, western nations. n1"inp, crown of a column,

Pi^riD (k59-r0-) m fine oil capital.

[from pounded olives]. :rn5 (nH's) flit, tr'np:

^ri3 (kp'^Sel) m a wall. to pound, to bruise.

ir^^riiD (kiO-li's) pr.w. of a nns {ka.H'%-) inf. nlriD,

place in Judah. imp. nb, pi. iPib, /uf. nb\


Cpp pt. p. niriD to hammer, to
(k59-&'ra) Ni. pt. Dn?; to
forge; to beat to pieces,
be inscribed, to be written.
to shatter; to castrate.
oris (k6'-9-era) m [fine] gold.
Pi. nrip to hammer; to
ni'ilS (kytto'n^^), njnp beat to pieces; to ruin,
(k^o-o'nga-) /, w/.s. 'n^pp destroy. Pu. Dnp to be
(kuttQntr), p?. riljpp, c.
dashed together. Hi.
nlJnS (kgO-np'^a-) shirt, tunic.
J^P.n, fut. pi. IV. s. D^np^i to
sinp {un'f) /, c. 5]nP, <iu. scatter, to rout. Ho.
D.^Dnp, ic/.s. vsnp, pz. npri, fut. np^ to be beaten
ni'snp, nsnp, c. nisop, to pieces, to be broken;
shoulder, shoulder-blade, to be crushed, to be de-
side, flank, border; pi. stroyed.

^ the twelfth letter of the ^ u] prefixed prep, to, for,

alphabet, called 1^7 [ox- towards, belonging to, in


goad] ; as a numeral = 30. regard to. according to, in
iib 154 tsn^

pi Q^pi<^, D^P,1N^, people,


nation.

nrh [Hf^n^, Id?], in?. CpN* (l'yramrm) pr.w." of


an Arabian tribe.

i^^ (ip) arfi/. of negation,


l.r' (irh) m, c "37, ?c;.. "',??,

not, no; in questions, ex- nn^


j)l. nl3^, and (ifV-a'b'i.

pecting affirmative an-

swers : S/ri ; i^73 besides,


the heart, the centre, the
without.
middle.
n3"T"i^!5 (ip-d=b5'r) pr.n. of

a place in Gilead.
nlNIl7, lioness.
^Py S^ (15 'mmr) pr.n.m. n"iS5^ (l^b^'p'O-) pr.n. of a
npn*l S/ {lov^^tmijpr.n.f. place in Simeon.
ns^ (i5'5') /w. ns*^^ N?;i,
(l^b^l?) M. 35^J,
^!^? fut.
to be tired, to be wearied,
22b) to be intelligent.
to toil. Ni. nX^J, pt. f
Pi. fut. 35^; to rob the
ni<^J to tire oneself, to be
make
tired, weary, exhausted. heart, to bewitch; to
cakes [den. of nn^n^].
Ei. ni<^rj, inf. n1>^Vn to
make weary, to exhaust,
nnb see ni?.
to make impatient. nnn^ see nn^n^.
1^^$? (l?V) pr.n.f. in^ see 15-

tDS^ (l5t) = ID^ see tD^^.

t:S^, t^J<b see ID^. riS?, flame.

tDS^ (m'Ci't) to hide, to nn? (ilbb5') /= ni? heart.

cover. njlnb see r]pb.

tDS^ (ir?'t) w, ii'.5. "'tSS*^,


tru^, i:*n? (iba') ^n, '-^'-

tarrying, slowness [or de- ^]::n37, n*?, garment,


12'*f
rived from DN, tDN .^
clothing, wife [?].
privily, noiselessly].

^i^^ pr.n.m.
(15'g'l)
/J \^2^), to fall, to be
thrown down.
^n^ 155 nan^.

P^ (i''bi') m, pi. DS^^, lion. npb\ m2b (i^bw) /,

K^2p (i5bi') m and / lion, white resin, frankincense.

lioness. n^n!' (l^bpn^i') pr.n. of a


place near Shiloh.
8^2P (i^biyyr) / lioness.
]
IJJ? (l^bjnp'n) pr.n., iv. art.

nZlZl'p, cake, pancake. "jlJ^pn, the white mountain,

Lebanon.
U^^ see D^ni^.
'JJP (libnr) pr.n.m.
Tji^b see l)n'^'.
1. pi. nJB^J to make
t^2b (i5b^'s), ^'2b (im's)
bricks \r\yi%-Ei. ]'po,
inf. ty"n^, imp. tj^n^, /.
inf. p>^ [for V?^ni?], >w.

1^371 to be wbite; to make tt^3^^ pi. p. tr'n^, to wrap


white, to purify.
up, to cover, to put on,
to dress or clothe oneself.
Pu. pt. t^'s'?^^ to be

niJnp, white, bright.


clothed. ZTi. tl^^i^n, fut.

IJI^* (l5t)?'n) pr.n.771. ; also to clothe.


pr.w. of a place in the ^2h see tJ^'n^.
desert.
^y (irfg) m basin; a measure
nj^f (I'^fD?') / the moon containing the 12^^ part
[the white, the pale].
of a ]'r\'

ijjjp (lbsnf') pr.n.m. 1? (ipd) pr.ji. of a town in


njn? /leben?') /, pi D^Jn^, Benjamin, Lydda.
c. "'J?'?, limestone, brick, 12*1^ (lldblT) 2>*-- of a
tile. place in Gilead.
njl^p* (iibna') f whiteness, ^.1^' ^1^- see n^;.
transparency. (m'hab) m, pi. D'',?"?,
^l',?
(libng;') pr.n. of a c. "',5n,Z5 flame, lightning;
IT :

town in Judah. the shining point of a


spear; sword-blade.
"311/ (ilbnS') m storax-tree,
jier^. white poplar.
^'^^^ 156 ^mb
he'HO") f, pi. nnni?, c. P, NP (ly) coj. if, if yet;
nun? = :int oh that! oh if!

D^it' (lobi'm) also D^a';;'


an Ilamitic people, Libyans.
(lybbrm)pr.?i.m.p^, Libyans.
^Dx (l&'h^?) m meditation, Ii'^ (lud) pr.n.m. Lydia,
study.
Lydians; Dni*? a people
'U,? (U'h^d) pr.n.m. in Ethiopia.
i^.'^? 05h5') //. n^ni to P3^ (i5vr) /. ni^:, p<.
be exhausted, to faint. ^t.P, to cleave to, to ac-

^P? (l9h$'h) Hithpalp. pt. company; to borrow. M.


H^ri^ri^, to behave fool- ni'?J, fut. m]^:, to join,
ishly, to be mad. to^ attach oneself. Hi.
^r[^ fut. nih:, pt. ni^^
^p^ .(i$hrt) jA. t^n'^, pi.
to lend.
D^pn'^.
I.I' to burn, 7 .
to be
furious. Pi. ^Jj7, fut.
T^^* (luz) fut. ^b\ to bend,

^Dz? to set on fire, to


to turn away. Ni. pt.
Tip^ to be perverted, per-
kindle, to consume.

^p? (UVh$t) m flame, flash-


verse, wicked. Hi. fut.

ing blade.
171 to turn away, to dc-
l)art.
t^P^ (lahrt) w, pz. D^.pn^,
Ti^ (iQz) m almond- or
c- "".Pn.Z, secret art, magic,
nut-tree.
sorcery.
"' (luz) pr.n. of a town,
Dp? /I5l4'm) ^27/t. pt. pi.
afterwards ^NTl'^S; pr.n.
D''pn'^Op what is eaten
of a Hittite town.
greedily, dainties; [others:
n^p (lu'ad)) m, pi niHi^,
wounding or mysterious
nin^, table, plate, s'lal>.
words].
board, plank; du. ^''.^T^'^
|P7 Oohf'n) adv. therefore. deck of a ship.
^iPxPr (I'hykti') /, only c. riTH^ (lOel)!'^-) pr.n. of a
^ i^D,^ , as.se m 1) 1
y , t ro op place in Moab.
company.
^*P'l^ (loe^f's); t:i^> (Ipt);
^^ = N. [see also 7]. 'It?'!^ (iptun) pr.n.m.
>^b 157 ^P^
tOi/ (lot) m covering, veil. fut. y5,Tj to swallow down
to talk foolishly.
^^h (lut) pf. p^, pt. i:>')b,

7lt5 pjr
pt. p. f n,'^*'?, to cover, (15B) f^>!p] y^^ ^^
hide, conceal. Hi. fid. Yl, pi W'fp, to mock,
^.'P.^jl to cover. deride, scorn. Hi. "^'^^H^

(l?vr) pr.n.m.\ patr. ''W fut.rb\, pt. Y'b^.pi'c.


J?
D'^,)%
^^^v^, to mock, scorn; to
'[for ';>X^l pi.
intei-pret, to meditate.
Ht" (li^y?') / wreath.
Hith. "f.^il^nn to act as a
garhind.
mocker.
]J}1y (ilvyiO-a'n) m serpent,
l^V* (iCis) inf ^'lb, imp.
crocodile, huge sea-monster.
2. sg. ']^^b, fut. ^-^bi, tr^,";
b'V (itji) m, only pi. D^b'b (vslyya'lQs), pt. fjpl. rilti^'J,

winding stairs. to knead.


iSbl^ (iciir) [= i<b i'?], 'b6, t^'^t5^ (las) pr.n.m.
conj. if not, unless.
ri^l^ (ifzy'^-) /, c. mb,
1^^* (lun), rb (lln) p/-. 1^, perverseness.
in/. li^, V?, iini?. V?, /-u^. "'? (l&^) adj., pi D^n^,
r>;, ih, lb, pi- 1^, to moist, fresh, green.
pass the night, to turn
in, to stop for the night,
freshness, vigour.
to lodge, to abide, to re-

main, to continue. Hi.


D^np (l^u'm), Diny^la^u'm)

to cause to
m, w.s. ''pri'P, llp^n^, food,
V,< ^1, fut. ]''^l.

remain over night. Hith.


nourishment; flesh, body.

fid. p.'i'^ri^. to lodge, to Y^^P^ im') f i-p- vb, w.s.


stay. 1;n*S, du. D.vn?, c. ]'!nb,
"p'' (lan) M. chin, cheek; jaw-bone.
11^:, fut. i^\
to mutter, to murmur, to "np^ (i-^r) p,..7z. [^n^ np"5]
be refractory. H\. "ivH, of a place on the border
of Philistsea.
same as Ni.
^P/ (15^^'c^) inf "qh^, to
P? (lu'"') pf pi. 'vb,
^v^l, lick, to lick off, to eat off.
168 n'>''?

PI tjn'?, fut. T]n^?, to D^.^D.Zp, to whisper, to


lick up, to consume. mutter incantations.
Onp* (l5^i]L'm) imp. QH^, Biih. fut. K^n^n?, pt. 'pi.

fid. qn^:, pt. qn'^,


'

^z. D''^<yrfpj}^ , to whisper to

D^pn?, each other.


to compress, to
fight, to make war. Ni.
qnV;, inf. Dn^J, qnj^n, pZ. Dy^n^, whisper, mur-
mj?. on^n, fut. qn^\ mur, whispered prayer;

C^.V' ^^ f'g'^t, to make incantation, charm, spell;


war. amulet.

fut. qn*^\ J^n? see ni^.


I

pt. p. Din^, ?>?. iri'?, top ['lSN^] (I5t) m secrecy,


to eat, to consume. secret arts; q^5 secretly.,

P/ (If^rra) m, c Dny-f ^^ (lot) w ladanum, resin


war, fight, siege. of the cistus-plant.

^.^^r (i"*5'5') / a species


w.s. ''pn?, food, grain, of lizard.
wheat, bread, loaf.
Dtr^tDp (ictysi'm) 2?r.n. of an
(pnP (le^rai') pr.n.m. Arabian tribe.
^pb^n n^3 Bethlehemite.
^f^^ (I5ti's) inf ty'ltD^,
Opn? = R?>n^, bi' see /uf. tJ'pi^:, ::*b'^,
'

;?^ to
q^n inf hammer, to forge, to
Dijn^ (lS)m5'B) pr.w. of a sharpen, to point. Pu.pt.
place in Judah. K'd'^P to be whetted,

im^'fi) fiit.ynb\ pt. sharpened.


I^n^
yri/, pi. ^''.^np, to press. "^.T^ i^m') f, only pi. nvy
to crush, to oppress. Ni. wreath, garland, festoon
fut. YJ^^] to press oneself. [in architecture].

"fn^ (u^'e^&B) n, i.p. yn^, ^i^ (i<^'ylO and [w. loo. H]


w.s. ^J^D.l^, oppression, ^T!?- (u^'yi?) "i, C. '?\^, ;./.

distress, affliction. m^^?, night; arfv. by night.


^n^ (i5^i^'s) Pi. p<. p/. ^Wr (ilU'^) /night-spectre,
159 ^,^

night-spirit, ghost [Lamia, learn, to study, to be ac-

Empusa]. customed to. Pi. "T,^/,

Xh see ]^b. inf. and imp. *l,^5z, /it^

^,^Z), i?. ^,9 ^^5 to teach,


Y"'h see Y'h.
instruct, practise, train.
^^,^' (Ua'yig) m lion.
Pu. pt. '^1^7^ to be taught,
^^'PJ (l*'yis) pr.n. of a to be trained.
town, afterwards called
TOp, l^'Ob (limmu'd) adj.,
1"^; also pr.n.m.
pi. dh^d"?, c. niD?,
"T,?^ (I5c^a'd) inf. ib^, "I'D j',
taught, trained, skilled,
accustomed; disciple.
"ip?^, 2>f. 15^, to catch,
take, seize; to capture, to
conquer; to choose, Ni
td'^j, fut n5^:, pt. n?5'J (l^mij'e'l) pr.n.m.

to be taken, caught, cap- n^^^ see "IXd'?.

tured, conquered, selected.


pr.n.m.
ffith. n^^On to hold
(ig'mgd^) , i.^.

fast together, to become


yj' (loV) , throat.
firm.

^rr''^. (l^'cl^d) in capture. :^y^ (ir^'i?) ^/. ^. 3!;|?D


to mock at.
^^?^ rib, ri^b see -?_n.
T;b (I5'a'^) /. yjJ7l pt.
riib^ = ri^ see ^.
^^l?1?, to laugh at, to mock,
HD/ (led^?') 2*-w. of a place

to deride. Ni. pt. c.
in Judah.
^V/J to stammer, to speak
t^'ip? (ifc^i's) ^r.n. of a city unintelligibly. Ei. fut.
in the plain of Judah. ^''^71^ pt. ^}^)>^ the same
1?? see 1?. as Qal.

-^Vb (ir'$?) m, w.s. D^yX


loop, noose. mockery, scorn, blasphemy.
np^ (lama'd) inf. ITD^, ^Vb (ir?'g) adj., pi. c. 'i^vX
-ID?, w;.5. np^ (iQmdi'), speaking barbarously, stam-
M ^h, i><./>.
"i^^?, to mering; mocker.
n'jv^ 160 pp.S

n^V? (irdr); m^ (l^da'n) to

hold
take,
of;
to

to
seize,

take from, to
to lay

jpr.w.i.
take away, to capture, to
niV^ see my.
conquer; to accept, receive;
^V^
stammer,
(ir^'z)
to
p<. l.V^,

speak
to

un-
to perceive. Ni. nj77J^
inf. np.^n, fut. np^^ to be
intelligibly.
taken, seized; to be taken
^.^Z (I5'?i't) ^t. ij^. w.s. away. Pu. np.7, fut.
^Jt3>V?n, to give to eat. np.^ [or Ho:\ to be' taken,

n?5^,c (i^'^'^nri') / a bitter to be taken away, to be


herb, wormwood, bitterness, led away. Ho. fut. n^,\

hard lot, curse. to be brought, to be


fetched, to be taken away.

torch, flame, lightning.


Hith. pt. f rn"?%7p to
contain oneself, to be con-
nl*]^?^ (l^ppidp'^) pr.n.m.
tinuous.
^PS? see nJB.

*',?.?? (llfn^'y) c?/- interior.


learning, in.struction, doc-
J^?? (I5f^'-) fiit. r\B^), to trine, knowledge.
bend a bow, to clasp, to
"nj^P
embrace. Ni. fut. riD^^
(nkd)!') pr.n.m.

to turn oneself. ^ii^< (l^kCi't) inf. and hup.


tOp^:, to prick
yP (i?B) [see }^17] ju mocker. IDJPJ', fut.

up, to collect, gather,


(l$Bp'n) m mockery,
Pt^^
derision.
glean. Pi. Dp.'?, inf 'lip.^,

fut. t^pi:, pt. Dpi:p, the


7^^ (l^Bn'B) pt.
Yy,\'7,
to
same as Qal. Pu. fut.
mock, to deride.
^i^,\ to be gathered.
D^l^^ (ijkku'm) ^r.n. of a
Huh. fut. l^p.^:*?^ to be
place in Naphtali.
gathered, to assemble.
^^^ (igk^ei)) inf. nfp^.
t^f^b (ig'k^t) m a gleaning.

np,' i.p. np, nnp, to^ pp.^ jl5krk) /.


p^;.
j

pi. ^p?^, to lick, to lap


^p-? 161 ^1Nt2

up. Pi. pt. pi^.!?P the w. lo^. n nn^'f?, pi.

same as Qal. m'D^'^, c. niDtp7, chamber,

t^P.^ (I5kas) Pi. ^'iPb to cell, room, appartmeiit,

g-atlier the late fruits. magazine.

ti^p? (16'kgs) m after-grass, Jt^^^^ (ig'fcem) VI a precious


after-inath. stone, opal.

0?^^ (le'bem) pr.n. of a


see ^<,'!;.
town = C'."'^'?-

ntr^ (lasa'd) m, c T^)>,


1^*?. (Ipa'n) Po. pt. X^f'ht:^
w.s. "'T^?, juice [of life],
[I'-r'Jp]^ to slauder. Hi.
vigour; sweet cake.
fut. ]^.^1 to slander, ca-
^Itrp (l$sp'n) / and m, c.
lumniate.

V^,^ (irr) i.p. V'^k^ pr.n.


n Jb'? , tongue ; speech,
of a place near the Dead Sea.
language; tongue-like bar
of gold; flame; tongue of n^ = rnb see n^v
a sea-bay.
*C,v (ie''9'8*) * a measure
for grain.

^
^5 D the thirteenth letter
of the alphabet, called
D^P [water]; as a numeral a hundred, the hundredth,
O = 40, D = 600. one per cent, a hundred
D^l^l^p (ma"abu'fi) w, pi. times; du. two hundred;
iv.s. n''D^>|^'5, granary. pi. hundreds.

1^?9 (m^Vd) m, w/.s. nXp, I l^*SU (me'5') pr.n. of a


power, strength, force; tower in Jerusalem.
-IXp-IXP2 with all might;
^,t^>^? see ^.1.
ISp iy to a high degree,
very much; adv. much, "".l^P (ma"av'y) in, only pZ.
greatly, exceedingly, very. c. ]11^_^ desire.

Hebrew Euslisli. 11
D^SD 162

D^SD (mym) [C'^], ?, W.S. sy (m?'f'n) adj.. only j??.

Dp't3, defect, spot, stain.

nrj^SD (m^'t:irar)[=ntti np] DS^* (mri'Ci'fi) m/- ClXp,


whatever, anything, some-
thing. to despise, reject, refuse,

DlS?p (mf'p'B) m refuse, repudiate. Ni. DSI??J^

anything despicable [see M CXa>,


despised, rejected.
;;^ CXtpJ to be

"liSD (m^'p'r) 7, c. liX^, Df<9'' (mr^'fi) [=Dp9]/-f.


DN'^^ to melt, to feel un-
pZ.' nnxp, nnxp, a 'lu-

minous body, liglit, lu-


done. Ni. fut. DX*-):

minary; candlestick. [= D(^^] to melt away, to


dissolve.
n^^iSD (m''ar|[') / place of

light; cave, hole; eye. "^.^^P (m^"''f') m some-


thing baked.
|T/Su (mo'zf'n) ?ji, only du.
'd.''J]>^, c. pair of
<r *^i? (m,V'aff'i) m darkness.
V.]^^9,
^
scales, balance. n^?^*^P (m^'p?'i'y5') / dark-
ness of H), utter darkness.

eatables, food, victuals.


INp (m^^'r) Hi. "1'Xpn,

rpbh^D pt. l\xp^, /n^^<lpi,* to


(m&"ac^$'ig9-) f food
hurt, to wound.
[fuel].
nnSD(miV'arrb)jn; 3T.N;D,
n^DSg (mr'^c^rieO-) /knife.
c.

ambush, ambuscade.
ypSp (ra^"aiiirB) m, only
niSD (rn^'cr^') f curse.
^Z. W'ji'Q^J^ ,
power, ex-
ertion.

(m^ifajn^'r) m word,
"lt^*Sp = It^'S; IP couj.
"^JJ^P
edict. because.

7^2p (mlbdj'l) rt(//., only fipl.


1?!?? (m['t'ii) Pi. l^^^, w/-
1XD, fut. IXp), to be un- nTp^^P, separated, singU\
willing, to refuse. sinD (mriv?') wi, c. xinp.
(m5'?'n) adj. un- W.S. -iXip, M.JS3t?, p?. "c.
*!?!??

willing, refusing. ^Xl3p, entrance, act of


HNiap 163 -1.10

entering, entry ; setting- *>nD = N^ni?, see Xl3.


[of the sun], west.
ri'i^^bz'Q (mrib%r^) a
f
nXllD (m^bp'r) /, only pi. cheering up, cheerfulness.
nlNln^, entry [of the sea].
n^Zlp (mibn^') m building,
haven.
house.
nD13D (ni^brid)5') / con-
j-ii P (m^bunna'y) pr.n.m.
sternation.
lynD _ *ri.riv5P see
7^210 (mabbti'l) m flood,
deluge.

npl^D (m^bvfi?') / a tram-


pling cToAvn, subduing.
'll^^P, fortification, for-
^i3y (mabbu'g,') in, pi. c. tress, citadel, fortified city.
^Vi3D, fountain, spring. (mibBa'r) pr.n.m.
'l^r^P
rtjP^nD (mbyka') / empti- nnnp (mibra'^) m flight;
ness, desolation. a fugitive.
ti^'^IIp (mjbu's) in, only pi.
^^^P (mibfif'm) pr.n.m.
OyUJ?, Dy?P, the privy
parts, pudenda.
only pZ. riipl^'2p, cooking-
i
"Tln^P (mib^p'r) and in^r.: place, hearth.
(mjb^a'r) m. c. *in2D^ m
yQ (mfg) magus, Persian
selection, the choicest, hest. priest.
in^p (mlbe^a'r) pr.n.m. ^""^rP (magbi's) pr.n. of a
u2(J (mabba't) m, lu.s. place.

Ijps^, "tpsi?, expectation, n^^^P (migb5l5') /, .only


hope.
^St^np (mibtr) m rash
utterance. n^5:HP (migbrs') /, i^/.

ntjip (mibt5'^) m, c. n;D:?p, n'y3-)f.p, turban, headdress


IV. s. "'HlD^p, "'n'L:?^', '^z. of priests.

D^ntD^P, confidence, tmst,


security, ease, prosperity; preciousness,precious thing,
object of trust. choice fruit.
11*
n:5o 164 ^'.1^^

I'lllp (m^'Iddo') pr.n. of a

city in Issachar. ^'^=1P troop, crowd. -

, NmJIU (m$^dr?'l) pr.n.m.


1?.? (ni^ga'n) Pi. IP, //.

^^^P (ml^dj'l) m, c. '?,"i:5, V^.^Ij


to deliver over, to

j^I'D^'pM^r;), ni^'l.lD, tower, give, to bestow.

watch tower; pulpit, high j-ly (mg[ge'n) i and /", w.^.


stage; raised bank of

flowers; "TIV t'tl^P tower liljt^, shield, protection,


of the flock, a place near protector.
Bethlehem.
n^^tp (ra%miii5') / covering';
y^yO ,
^l^-I^P (inl^dp'l) pr.n. infatuation, blindness. -

of two towns.
nnj^^P (m%'$'r$9-) f rebuke.
nj'l?^ (ml^dgar) /, only ;>/.
curse.
niJ'l^D, precious things.
ns^p (rariggefa) /, c. rs:.D,
JUU (m5gp'^) p7'.>j. of a
p/. n"i2i5^, blow, plague,
uortheni people, Scythians. pestilence, defeat [in
"ll^p (m^^p'r) m fear, battle].
terror.
ti^y^S^P (m%prr) pr.n.m.
lUO (m5gp'r),"lUp(mg'giJ'r),
"1,5? (m?[grr) pt. p. 11^9,
m, c. 11^^, pi. OnUP, c.
to give up, to abandon.
"1U^, temporary abode,
Pi. "I^.tp to cast down.
sojourn; inn, dwelling.
nnl^lD (m^pi-r) / fear.
a saw.
nni^D (m^gCirS') /. pi.

ni"li,10, fear, object of 1 1 : (I?i"?'") pr.n.m. of

fear; granary, store-house. two towns in Benjamin.

n^l^l? (ra^^zgi-r) /, p/.


n^^n^p (miKM-rd') /, only pi.

nnyo, c. nni^o, axe, nly^^p, diminution, ledge,


hatchet. rest.

^^^D (mjiigg^'l) m sickle.


nlsi,}^, clod of earth.

roll, book-roll, volume.


"f^ 165 niti

pi. D^a^"i,}, c. ^^y^}^, gold [others read n^nnD


r\Wyo.^ pasture, commun oppression].
land surroftudiug towns;
Hv :
- (madvg-') i, onl}^ pi.
area, precincts. c. ])^^ garment.

nn^^ (m$dvr) m, pi. c.

nt?, D>mP ["i^-p], gar-


in^, sickness, disease.
ment, coat; covering, n*"?5 (m$ddy'a^) m, only pi.
carpet.
D^nil^, expulsion.
ISTO (midbrr) m, c "1,51^,
(ni5dp'n) m dispute,
I IT
ic. loc n ri"i3*iD. t/^.5.
quarrel, object of strife.
n'^3'7'?, pasture, grass-
)i jO (mfds'n) m extension,
land, steppe, desert; moutli.
length.
speach [*1,^^].
j
'I T (mado'n) pr.n. of a
1^^ (mada'd) inf. Tb , fut.
Phenician town.
-Itp;, np,n (vayyrmQd),
VT^'O (mddCi'a') adv. [for
nb^, to stretch, to mea-
^n; nO] why? for what
sure, to mete out. Ni. fut.
reason?
ntD?, pi. n;^\ to be meted
ok Pt. S^^, M in!^; nnn?^ (nrdara)
nni'JIp, pile of wood.
/. iv.S.

to stretch out, to extend,

to measure. Po. fut. ntrnb (mMusa) f, iv.s.

lliD] to measure. Hith. ^ri^*0, a thrashing, some-


fut. niit^O^ to stretch thing thrashed, oppressed.
oneself. nn*Tp (mld^g') m over-
l^P (mldd^'d) m, c 1,1^, throw, fall.

the passing away. nSriTO (mgd^efs') f only


n^p (raidda') f c. ntip. pi riDnit?, bloAv, over-

pi. nnp, extension, leugth. throw, ruin.


tallness; dimension; mea- ^^'0 (ragdS'y) 2?'*->'-? Media;
sure; garment, vestment; a Mede, Medes [also ni^].
tribute. ^y2 = ^^ np what is

1^ enough.
'^,'?l' (m$dhcb^') f a name
for Babvlon. exactress of
''^D see ^^.
rn^ 166 ^S?.q^

IVl^ (raidys'n) pr.n. of ail ^^^P (mldrs'c^) m a trodden


Arabian tribe; genL]^^^^^ place, foot-hold.

pi. D^n^' / ^VtT^- ^^"7^ (midr^*) m inquiry,

X'yP (ralddrn) pr.n. of a examination, commentary.


town in Judah [see also If^]. np (m?) pron. interr. ["H^,

nj'*1P (m^dinu') / proviuce. ni?, -O] what? which?


district of jurisdiction. anything, something; adv.
HDID (m^dpd^5') / a mortar.
why? how? how! n^2
wherein? whereby? -
Jl?|y (m$dm?'n)
town in Moab.
pr.ti. of a
n'^^*? wherefore? why?
np'-i:; till when? hd;^*;;
n|DTO (m>jLdm5nnli') pr.n. of
wherefore?
a town in Judah.
nnp {m^u'h)Eith. nD.";i^i;in,
n J^'l^ *'
(m$dm?u5') / dung- ?'"/ i^l.^iJ^r^ri, imp. W;?.
hill.
in!p,';iDOn, to tarry, delay,

"It" - (madmen?') pr.n. hesitate.


of a towTi in Benjamin.
npinp (mhumr) A c.
"j^p (nrdj'n) in, only pi.
PDiriD confusion, con-
D^njp, contention, strife.
sternatiou , disturbance,
j[jP (m'd^'n) jyr.n.m. noise.

P~P (m^d^nj') pr.n.m., pi.


11? :
(in'luimy'n) prn.ni.
D^j'nt? = Dl^n^-? ^ee "]np.
bsntD\"iP (m^hct^.b'c'l) pr:
yTO [mUU") and y,"!^
n.f.'j pr.n.m.
(mj:idd5-") m knowledge,
"I^np (mghl'r) ar/y"., c 1\n*p,
thought.
quick, prompt.
yTO see yiiD.
^iJ9 (myluVl) ^i'7''?
^T$^ (rapd,V%tO-)seeny,liD,
2>^- P-
to cut [wine], to sophisti-
nnj^n?5 (mridkur?') /, only
cate.
pi. c. ^'i"]|:?1^^, a piercing,
^?jy^ (nuVhairc^) m, c.
wounding.
'^,?D,^, way, journey, walk.
^.^ll^ (ra^drfK?.') / a stair-
like height. ^l^nP (ra^'hol?'c^) m, only ;>/.
'p^n.^ 16; tS^D

D"'p'?nD way, access speed; adv. quickly,


[others: companion, guide]. speedily.

J.'-.',y
(ra9,'harii'y) pr.n.m.
praise, approbation.
^.^^IP (m^'haQ-^illf') /, only
''?!? r ni? (m?!i'hal$l'c'l) j))-..m. pl. ri'i^rnp, delusion.

HD^HD (m|L'haiymni5') /. JiSlu (mo'5'b) pr.n.m. ;


gent.
only 'pl. nitppnD blow, ''p.Srp, pl. D^nNlT^, /
stroke.

^"^^UP (m^^'hampr^') /; Only ^SID see b^^K


pl. nnbnp, flood, stream.
iSniD (mpb5') m, w.s. "qxniD,
riDSHD (mahpfc^a) /, c entrance.
PDEfllD, overthrow, de-
^^D (mv^) inf ^\'0, fut. mi^
struction, ruin.
^19^, to melt, to tremble,
riDSHD (mahpe'c^^^) / stock
to shake, to fear; to cause
[for culprits]. to despond. Ni. ^'^'^^,

Ipp* (mahar) inf. "IHp, pt. pl. D";^1^^, to be dis-


fut. XV. s. T^y^K^'C^^ to ex- solved; to tremble, to be
change, to buy. afraid or dismayed. PH.
*lp9 (mah9,'r) to hasten. :i;.lD, fut. w.s. X)1D^,
Ni. inpj, pt inp; to be ^X*1Dri, to cause to dis-

hurried, to be hasty, rash solve, to soften. Hith.

to he timid. Pi. IHD, fut. ^,^1tD0^ to dissolve, to

and imp. inD*, fut.


tremble.
inf.

in^^ pt. inop to hasten, 1*10 (mtjd) PH. fut. nnlD],


to accelerate, to do quickly; to cause to quake [see

inf adv. in haste, quickly;


to be expert, skilled. yniD, V^b (moda") m ac-

"Ip? (m^he'r) adj. hasten- quaintance, friend.


ing, quick.

"IHD (mB'hr) m marriage-


to^t: (mut) t:, i>,f
pf toiti,
price.
fut. t:i^p;, p. D, to
rrnnp (m^er^') f haste. waver, totter, quake.
t:iD iDiD

Ni. t^rpj, fut. u'lJp: to n-i^D, pi nn'^lp, c.

totter, stumble, fall, nn^lp, birth, nativity.


tremble. Hi. ID^pn, fut. descent; offspring, family,
D^p^ to cause to totter, countrymen.
to cause to fall, to pre- n.^*D (mul?') /circumcision.
cipitate. Hifh. tDt2ii:rn
' (mpU'cl) pr.n.m.
i?*!^
the same as Qal and Ni.
Dit3 (ravm) m. ws. IpiD,
tDiD (mot) m, tv.s. "^}?.''^,
spot, stain, defect, fault.
a tottering, stumbling;
disgrace.
carrying-pole, yoke.
TO^D see nitD //?:.
ntDiD (mpti') /, pi. nitpiD.
^P^^ (myB^Vb) 7n circuit
pole for carrying, staff,
[round a house].
yoke, injustice.
T]^D
nSp^p (mu'DCibb^') / [or pt.
(mcic^) fut. "q^a;, to be
Ho. of nnp], only />/.
reduced, to become poor.
nlSpiD, fold of a door.
^it:* (mul) pf b^, fut.
"iplt: (mp6rd)i.pz.nnclp.
b'g^. (v^yylL'myl), pt. p.b'i'O,

to cut off,^ to circuinciso.


rmipip, npirp, founda-
tion, basis.
A'i. pf pi. it'b^, inf tJian,
M
?1ip.?,
?ip?,
to be
p/. ^te:,
circumcised,
2?.

foundation.

to circumcise oneself. n^pltp (rau'6<ui$') / founda-


Hi. fut. ^^p;, w.s. d'^^pn; tion; decree.
to cut off, to destroy. T]p^D *piD,
(mufi5'c^) m, c.

h?3* (ravl), ^i, ^Nlrj (mol) covered passage, corridor.


prep, and aciJv. before, op-
"Iplt^* (mp6?'r)j [forlpXtt],
posite, in front; 7ltt"'7J<
only pi. Dncip, c. nplp.
before, towards; 7U.pp
and riipip, 'c. riipip,
from before; ypp from
fetter, bond.
before me, near me.
IplD^ (mpfif'r) and nllDl^
nn^ itp (mp'l9(la') pr.n. of a
(m9'6?rp'd-), w. loc. H rT^pl!:?.
town in Judah.
;)r.n. of a station in tlic
iinlPltD (m$l$'d$9-) f w.s. desert.
1D1D 169 11D

HD^D [mm'v] m, c. 1p^. yiD, yD (mpB) m chaff.

chastisement, punislimeiit.
correction, instruction, dis- pi. c. '',^?'^"i9? g'o^ii& out,
cipline, self-control. egress; rise [of the sun];
T;1D (mp'5'd) 7n, pZ. Q^nVip, place whence a thing
assembly, troop. comes or proceeds, spring,
^yyO (mo'e'd) m, W.S. inylD, mine, gate; utterance,
speech, edict.
appointed time , season, HiS^ip (mp'Bra) f, pi
term, epoch, festival time r,iS*^lD, descent; sewer,
appointed place; assembly, privy.
meeting , congregation,
ritS^li^D (muBe'O-) see N^; Ho.
festive gathering; appoint-
p^^tD (mijBiL'k) m cast
ment, signal.
metal, the casting of metal.
nn^lp (mo"5da )
/*, only pi.
p'ji^'O (nwBa k) m, i.p. p.^^D,
nlT^i^, festival.
narrowness; affliction, dis-
(ini:i"$dr) f ap-
^^J^-'P
tress.
pointed place, refuge,
np^^tp (mu'Bska) f tube,
asylum.
pipe.
'^y^^ (mv'af) m darkness.

njij^lp (mo"eBa') /, Only pi


p-itD (mvk) ift. p\^n, M
p^tp^, to mock, deride.
nl^yitS, c. niifyltp, counsel,

resolution, project.
IplD (mpk?'d) w, pi. .

"nplp, heat, conflagration.


njPy'^p (inii"9k5') / pressure,
burden. nnplD (mp'k^d?') / hearth,
tS^D altar [others: fuel].
see IIB Ho.

nSiiD ti'piD (moke's) m. pi.


(mpfe'^) m, pi.

D^n?l9, c. \r:?iD, wonder- oWpit}, c. ^^"p"i'T^, and

ful deed, wonder, miracu- ni^'pitp, implement for

fowling, hook, snare, noose.


lous sign, prodigy, portent,
omen. 11^ see lb.

Y^^ (rnvB) pt. Y^',


to op- 1^^ (raur) Ni. "!0J, to be
press. chano'ed. to alter oneself.
^.T^ 170 n^D

1p^ to change, exchange; l^r-n. of a place in Judea;


to alter oneself. gent. "'n^f'Tla.

XnlD (mprr) m, xv.s. "'X^i, ^1D* (inQs), /-mY. t^^'ip^ to

give way, to depart; to


reverence; object of fear; take away. Hi. tt'"'pn,
miracle. fut. ti'"'P^ to take away,
to remove; to depart, to

[DVi"*")!^], thrashing-sledge. give way.


"iniD (inpr-4L'd) m, c. ^TlD t^*^^^ (raus) fut. tr'^p;, to

descent, declivity, slope; touch, feel. Hi. imp. w.s.

festoon. ^j;-r>pn, fut. c'vp; to let

nniD (mprf') m razor. touch; to touch, feel.

n^lD (mpr$') / teaching,


instruction; or = ^'^^^^ iv.s. n-^no, pi. c. ninVit?,

fear, terror.
scat; session; dwelling-
place; stay, time of abode;
nn*iD (mprg') m teacher,
inhabitants of a place;
guide.
site of a town.
nniD* (more') m shooter,
^t^^D (mvLsi') pr.n.m.
archer.
n:p^tJ^"iD (mpsrc^^O-) /, only
rTllU (mprg') pr.n.ni.]
pi. nip'^'l^p, rope, fetter.
nilt: "jl'pN oak or terebinth
n:^^lD (mp'sri'o') /, only pi.
of Moreh.
nlyC'lD, deliverance, sal-
HTiD* (mM') ?> Hi. of
vation.
^.Tt, early rain.
n-iD (mud-) pf ni?, 'na,
t^nlD (mprrt) for D^-^bp
^np, inf niD, n^D, tj;>.
[see 13 lip] sharpened, sharp.
nip, fut. niD;, nb^, r.rp,;i_,

n^"]ip see n^lb. (v,lyy5'my9'), nip;i, p^ P.p,

pZ. D\;:t?, / nrr2, to die,

pZ. c.
"'.^"J"''?'
possession. to wither, to decay, to ho

n^nlp (mp'r5sri') / pos- dead. Pi. nniD, t/:

session, property.
^^1^.^, imp.
ni 171 11
ITT

fut. nniD), p<. nniDp, to TO (m^zo'r) m net, trap.


m
1
1

kill, to slay. n^p.j,


ripn, ri^pri, m/>.
^IP (m?'zad^) m girdle;
tn/. it/.s.
bridle, fetter.
^:nvjq, /m<. 'n^p;, np^i.
^. n^p, pz. D\n^pp,"'to n^tD (mfzi'ac^) m, e. n^ip,

cause to die, to bring to girdle.

death, to kill, to slay. <t? (m^zz$'l) only pi. f


Ho. npii, fvjt. npr, ^t. ni^i.D, wandering stars,
rp^D to be put to death. planets; or the 12 con-
rijD (m5'v^9-) 7n, w. loc stellations of the zodiac.

n'nnip, c. niD, tt/.^. ^nl,


'^,?]y (mazic'^) m fork,
p^. D''n1, c. ^ni, death' flesh-hook.
realm of the dead; deadly
n^7tp (mizla^?') f. only pi.
sickness, pestilence, de-
nUJlD, fork.
struction.
"Ijni^ (mp9-a'r) m abundance, n^tJTD (m^zimma') /", c. Hplp,
excellence, profit. p^ riipip , meditation,
thought, pradence ;
plan,
device, plot, purpose, in-
trigue, mischief.
nin?]P,' altar.
^tD (me'zg^) m mixed wine, I :
(miznis'r) m SOng"

spiced wiue. [for musical accompani-


nt^ ment], psalm.
(mfz') afZj., pZ. e.
''J.p,

sucked out, exhausted. ^n" : - (mazmera) /", only


ijTfJ (mizz5') jpr.n.ni. pi. rii")D]^, vine-knife,

^TD (m^'zev) or ^Ip pruning-hook.


(mli'zu)

or 1T.p (m^z5;'v) i, only p^ ^1!?1P (nrzamme'r9-) /",

ics. ^-^^i)]^,
garner. only pi. nilplp, snuffers.
npTtp (m^zuza') /, c. nijtp, jy]P (miz'5'r) m littleness,
|)Z. rilliip, door-post. fewness; adv. little.

jlTU (mfzo'n) m food. "l^tp (mfzi'r) m, only pi.


'
,T (m5zp'r) m wound, D"'nT.p, northern constella-
hurt; a binding up, healing. tions or winds; the north.
nitp 172 nin^j

n^l'Tp (mizrg') m winnowing- nlnp, imp. nnp, /w. nnp\


shovel. p<. nnb to wipe, to wipe

ninjP (ra^zz^rp'^^) only off, to blot out; to adjoin,


pi..

probably = m'pj^. to touch on. Ni. nripj,

n^Tp fut. nm], nr^i to' be


(mlziTi'di) JH, c. ni]D.
wiped out or off, to be
xu. loc n nnnip, sum-isr.
removed, effaced, destroyed.
east.
Pu. pt. pi. D;npp, to
V^lt? (mlzrn") m,
be smeared with fat [but
sown field.
see nn^J-]. Hi. MHDn,
7n, pi.
inf. ninp? [for nlnrpH^]',
and
'i?.T/'? fut. 2. sg. n^n, to wipe
sprinkling vessel, sprinkler:
off, to put away.
wine-bowl.
"p?^ (mg^r) Pu. pt. pi.
np (m-f'M)) adj., pi. D^n^. D"n?pfp, to be marrowy or
marrowy, fat, wealthy.
fat; pt. fat things taken
np (mp'a^) Ml marrow. from the marrow.
n^^^np (m^e^u?:*) / com-
strike, to clap [the hands passes [for drawing a
for joy]. Pi. inf. iv.s. circle].
,"^^?n^ to strike, to clap. tlnp (m5^o'z) w, c. "linp,

^,?r)P (mri'^ai;,^') fn hiding- ^


coast, haven.
place.

^<Zl^P (m^'f^abp') m, only (ra^e^Iyya'fl) prn.m.


pi D^szqp = Nnq,^.
^^,1QP (m$el)"vi'm) pr.n. of
nn^inp (m$rf)brr^9-) /, only an unknown people.
pi. n1"1?nD, connecting m danco,
iP (mgrf)"?'!)
beam; cramp, hook. circular dance.
^5r>P (m,^'(^ahrO-) / and v> T'lnp'* (nuidio'l) pr.n.m.
frying-pan.
nhnp, n^hp (nr^^iri /;
n"1^np (rai^'fl)"Kd'rCO-) / a pi. nph^, dance.
girding, girdle.
IJuP (raDL't^nzr) i, c. ^\)J^-i^.

vision, sight, apparition.


ntn njnt5

"Tnp (mr^ezf') / window, liT : . : ra$t^l'''k5' ) /", pi


out-look. ^IprD^, smoothness. es-

mj^^^inp (railL'^izrp'O-) pr. cape.

n.m. (raa^alp'ke9-)
^i^f"'^ /, lu.s.

^HD (m^r) m stroke, blow. l^p^^qO, 2;Z. nlp^HD, di-

i^H'^np (mmd5') p7\n.m. vision, class.

HTip* (rai^y?') / preserva- n^nP (racV^ila'a-) m a mu-


tion of life, livelihood, sical instrument or a mode

victuals. of performing music.


HTip^ (mi^ya') / sigu, spot

[or wound, scar]. pr.n.f.

ITlD^ (m'^-e^ry) m, pi c ^r?7^ (m^^o'la^r) (7e^ of

"'Tnp, price, purchase-


money, wages.
"l^np (m^^i'r) pr.n.m. only pi r.N^nD, words
'"l!?DP (ma'^'ile') m and smooth as butter, flattery.
n^riD (mH'^aia') / sickness. IJjnp (mj^ma'd) wz, c.

n^np (mae^lg') pr.n.f.

n?nD (m^e^iUa') /, ouly pi- ^Tl'^np, desire, delight;

mfPl^, hole, cave. darling, a precious, de-


sirable thing; charm,
*|"ibnp (maello'u); ^.^HD
loveliness.
(m^^U') pr.n.m.
D'l^'^^np Ipriu (m,'^amp'd) m. only
(ma'^aiqji'm) wi/p?.

sickness, disease.
pi D''^!pnp, precious

^
things.
^!JDJ5 (ma'^aigc'f) m. Only
t^Dnp (m^e^mic'l) m, c t'pOO,
pi D^Sju^D, kuife.
desire.
nSpng {ma'^ai5f5') /; only
pZ. c. rilS^n^, braid, plait
n^Dnp (ma^me'Be^) f
of hair.
something leavened.

n^pnp (mrt^al^Br) /, only njng (ma'^ane') m, c HJnp,


pi ri'jl'7np, festive gar- p^.'D^jqP, c. 'Jqp' and
ment. niJqp, rf/(. Q^p.qp*, camp,
ITH^inp 174 nno
encampment, army, host, c. ^,"!i?np, the deepest, the
troop; band, station of innermost.
priests.
"^.QP (ni9^5'r) m and arfy.

[from inx, what comes


ll H-C'P (ni^'#''D?'-(j5'n)p)-.w.
of a place. after, the future], the next
D^jnp* (m^'^an-i'yjm) pr.n. morning, the morrow; to-

of a town between Gad morrow, later, hereafter.

and Manasseh. "I,?^np (mri'e^'ir5\a) /", only


pi. nixing, privy, sink,
cloaca.
p^^Of^, strangling, strangu-
lation.
in^;in;=?, .and n^'iq,^
(mrt^-TrbyS-)/'; w.s. ir^f inp,
(m^l^fig') 7n, c.
^P^^, iv.s.
pi. niti''"l.n,^, plough-share,
pn^, refuge, shelter.
coulter, spade, mattock,
DlpHD (ms^eo'm) m muzzle. sickle.
"lipra, "ip (m,^^Bp'r) ri^^Qp (mQ'^or^-^) f and
m want, need, poverty. adv., also Cnin^flD (mg'^o.
n^pn?5 (m$^fi?y5') pr.n.m. r50-5'm) adv.., the following

ynD (mFc^,a'B) imp. fH^,


day, to-morrow.

/w^ fnp:, to split, to 5]trnD (rae^Bp'f) m the


cleave, to crush, to wound; peeling off, decortication.
to shake, to dip. (mgi'^ag^^^') and
^.^^'QP
7DP (mj'c^aB) m wound.

-^Jr^n^ (mCie^Bfb) w a hewing


thought, intention, pur-
[of stones].
pose, plan, device; skilful
n^nr^ {m^'AfftK^') f the half.
work, fortification-work.

^!?*n^ (ra$rf)55'c^) m, }>l.

/ the half, the middle. D^pLT'qp, c. ''.5;:*l1,^, dark-


pnp (m9^,^'k) to pierce, to ness, dark place, the realm
cut through. of the dead.

"Ipnp (m^ci)k$'r) w, only pi. nnp (nul'e^Jd-) pr.n.m.


nnno 175

nrinD (m^ei^tri') /, w.s. ^btpD, l^ptDD (m^tmp'n)

fire-pan, coal-pan, incense- hidden place, underground,


bowl; snuffers. store-house, hid "
treasure,

niin?p (mmtt5') nr,np, treasure.


/: c.

crusliiDg,destruction,terror, V}^^ (matt?,") m, c. y.tSP,

consternation. pZ. w.s. \t^t5D, planting,


plantation, garden.
DytpQ (m^ra'm) m, pZ.
"breaking in, burglary.
DV^ypp and m>^y^D,
Np*SpD (m^ratr) m broom,
dainties, tit-bits.
besom.
I^nStDTp (mltpa^aO-) /, 2)?.
njS^D (m^tbra^) rn slaugh-
n1n|PD, mantle, cloak.
ter, massacre.
"It^P (m5trr) M. l.t^PJ to
ntD^ (matte') m, c. HlStt,
be rained upon. Hi.
w.s. fjt^a,

and rillSD,
^"t^'5,

Pit^fJ,
i??.
Q'p
branch,
-i^p^n, inf. i^p^n, M
twig; rod, staff, stick,
to cause to rain, to send
sceptre, spear; stem, tribe.
down [rain, hail, lightning].
ntSD (ma'tta) adv. down- ntpP (mata'r) m, c. I^X?,
wards, down, below, be- -pi. c. nlTtpp, rain.
neath, underneath.
intDD (matrfd) pj-.w./.
ntjp (mitti') c. nt^p,
f,
nnt^D [once N.T^^=?] (matt5-
w.s. 'ntsp, _p. nllJD, bed,
ra') / prison, dungeon;
couch, divan, litter, bier.
aim, mark.
nj5p (mutts') ^z. nitsp,
/,
V : - (m^trf) pr.n.m.
and ni?P (mutts') m' ex-
^'Q (m^y) in, only pi D."'p,
tension; the warping of
i^. D:, c. ''P and \^b,
justice.
w.s. 1"','^"'^, water; juice,
nipD (matvg') m a spinning, liquid; abundance; danger.
something spun. who?
*P (mi) prow, interr.
t5^p^ (mfti'l) m, c. ^V^PP, which? indef. whoever,
iron-bar. every one.
170 n:lDp
nm^.P
D'"]tt^"'P, straightness, even-
of a
n2"I''P (me'dW) Pr.n. uprightness; righ-
ness;
town in Moab.
teousness, equity, concord,
in^P (mgd^'d) pr-w.m.
peace; adv. rightly, up-
rightly.

"iri*'P (m?3-5'r) m, -pi

the best, the choicest. Dnn\0, string of a bow:

SD^P (micf)?'); ^^?'^ ("^'- cord of a tent.

iWi);n,;'P Hci)5');^n?''-? 2SDP, ^VSDP (mCic^'o'b)

(mic^g'hvi); n;^DVJ (mrd,gy^i'); J,,pLD^,;is?'nandr;ins?'5,


(mi'*5yah0); ^^^3''^ disease, suffering,
in^D''t2
ITTI" ^
pain,
(mld)5'y^hu) pr.n.m. sorrow, wound.

^D^P (mlrf)a'l) 7H: 0. '^2^P, I'lSpP (ni$cf)brr) m fulness,

brook. abundance.
^'y'O (raidi^'l) />r.H./. 7132DP (m?l(i^b?n?') pr.n. of

*1P^P (miyygmrn) a place.


PP^P,
(m&d^b^Lnn^i'y) pr.n.m.
^5.5?P

PP (min) m, w-S- i^P, ?>^- niDp {m^c^b?'r) m cloth,

7t;.s. n''rp, species, kind. mat, coverlet.

np,?^P (racn^'kg?^) see p:;i^i. plaited


"I2DP (raic^brr) "I

nj^SiPr ni^SP (raefa"CiO-) work, grate.


town in Reuben. P55,
prrn. of a M^P (m,^kkr) /, c.

y*ip pressure, ni20, D^pt5, blow,


(mlB) i pi
beating, wound,
squeezing out. stroke,'

(mcsg') pr.n.iu. defeat.


Sti^^P
bS^'ip (mi'g5'?'l) pr.n.m. npP (rald,v*^') / a burn.

"ltr*^P (nUs9'r) H *j"iDD (mrvc^o'n) VI. c. ll^P,


"lit^^P'
honesty, ^,;i2p, pi d:;13p,
plain, level land; t^s^
place; dwelling
righteousness, equity. stand,
place, site, foundation,
Tl^'^P (m?si3.'d,); V:^*^0 (mt- I

basis.

HiiDP: nppp* /.
'

(m^cboiuv')
nir^P (m?s'r) 7U, only
ouiy i>l
IJDtD 177 V-^r

"IpDD (midima'r) and lb?P


place, pedestal, basis. (mid^mo'r) m a hunter's net.
n^jD (m^cf)pn5') pr.n. of a nippp (mic^mrr^O-) and
place in Judali. n'"l'95p (raic^mp'rga-) f net,
fish-net.

(m^ur?') / origin, descent. t^DDp see D0?.


*JU (mjd^r) pr.n.m. rnppp (mic^m^S-g'S') pr.n.

l*Pu (mfrf)i'r) pr.n.m.. patr. of a town.

''J^^r^ (m$d^nadb^'y) pr.n.m.

TjJD (mac^a'c^) M- "^?;.

i^b^l, to sink, to perish. ''0^59 trowsers [of the


Ni. fui. "D^ to sink, to priests],
go to ruin. Bo. pf. pi.
DDp (m^'c^ge) m tax, tribute.
^'^tpTi. to sink, to perish.
riDDp (mic^fia') /, c. rD?,
n^pp^ (raid)ir) /, pi- c.
number, amount, price.
n1><"^p, shecpfold.
nppP (mic^Be') m, c np?P,
nbDtp^(mic^i5')/,pZ.nij'?tp, covering, roof.
completion, perfection.
npDp (m^c^afier) m cover-
T'ipptp (micf;l5'l) m. ^
and ing, clothing; the caul
V^?D (mic^lS'l) m.. c. ^,^?, [of intestines].

completion, perfection, per- nbsDD (mac^pcia') / doub-


fect heauty, splendour. ling; pr.n. of a cave near
Qyt'DD (mjc^luirm) inlpl. Hebron.
perfect things, splendid n5p (niac^a'r) inf. li:,
garments,
"I'PO, 1^.5. n"15 (myc^ra'h),
r.pS^ (mSkko'le^-) / food. Di^r.?, mp.' liptp, nnpp,
^PPP (mid^m^'n) m. Ollly 2?^- /mI'i^^:, ^. niib, to sell,

D^^^DD, treasures. to deliver up. Ni. 120^,


DDDP (mld^mafi), ^'0?P inf. "ip^n, /u. 15''^% to

(mlc^in5's), li^'pPP (mlc^ma's) be sold, to sell oneself;

pr.n. of a place in Ben- to be given over, aban-

jamin. doned. Hith. 12D0n,


llebrew-Eiiirlisli. 12
"15P 178 ^??
inf. w.s. ~|
"15 1^0" to be
J
^Pt"?* (m$cf>tc's) pr.n. of a
sold, to sell oneself. place near or in Jerusalem.
^<??" (mair; inf. TN'rp.
tilings for sale, ware; imp. pi -iN^J?, fut. N^D:,
price, value; possession. pi '^^i^r.,' pt. k';?^,' pi
D'^7^P, to be full, to be-
acquaintance, frieud. come full; to overflow, to

be filled, to be complete;

pit.
to make full, to fill. A^f
N^r.?:, fid. K^a> to be
^1^?^ (m^d^?r5') /, only pi
filled, to become full, to
nipP; a weapon, sword.
be satisfied, to be com-
^1^1? (ml^ri') pr.n.m.
pleted. Pi. N-^p, inf
r Ti" (ni^t5^?'i"$ST) genl- in. N^D, niN^P, N^O, imp.
an inhabitant of an un- fut. i<br^\,' pt. N^pp,' pi.
known place niDP- ^N^D^,"to make full, to
fill; to satisfy, to com-
pi. 'n'h'^^6^ stumbling plete, to fulfil; to do fully;
block, obstacle, cause of to fill in or up. Pxi. pt.

falling or sinning, entice- pi Q^N^P?^, to be filled

ment, offence, scruple. in, to be set [of gems].


Ilith. N^pnn to make one
n^^P? (m$(^g?l5') /, pi.
another full, to assist each
rY^t?^'?0, fall, ruin; offence.
other.
nriDp (mid)t$'b) m writing;
S?P* (nmli;') adj.. c. N^P,
something written, letter.
pi p>X^^, f p^^\ c.
poem, book.
\ns'^r^, pi niK?P, filling
nnDD {m^c^itt5') /, W.S. up; full, filled, abundant;
InriDp, a breaking, smasli- strong, pregnant; suhst.
ing.
fulness, abundance; adv.
0,^7^ (mlc^tn'm) m golden fully.

po(Mn or epigram. S^D, *Si^D (mfUV) m, w.s.

^Pr^ (niycfjtil's) m mortar; nsi^r.?, fulness, what fills

hollow, socket of a tooth. up: multitude.


179 rh^

nspp (mnc'r) /, w.s. "]!II/?D (m^lbe'n) ju brick-

TjnN*?^, fulness, abun- kiln; pavement of bricks.

dance; tithes of grain and T\70 (mill?') /, w.s. in^p,


wine. pi D^)p [V.^O], c. 'jp,
HiS^r? (mniu'a') /, c. ns^r^, word, speech, matter, thing.
piw.s. qnx'r^, a filling-
S17P (millp') m a filling
in, setting [of gems].
up, rampart, bastion, for-
D*'K^P (millu'i'm) m]pl., c. tress, citadel [in Sichem
^S^b, installation [of and Jerusalem].
priests], consecration; set- n^j^D (mpiu''^^) m a salt-
ting [of stones]. plant, orache [Atriplex
halimus] or sea-purslain.

*=]
Y- (i^^hv'cE)) pr.n.m.
c. '',5^?^, messenger, herald;
angel; prophet, priest.
dominion, rule, reign.
n3S^P(mn5c^5')/,c.n5i<^xp,
^IpD (malo'n) i, c ^PO,
night-quarters, inn. shelter.
c. nl3N^^, service, er-

rand, business, trade, n^l'^D (mntrmr) / night-hut.

labour, work, performance; n^D^ m. n2^j to


goods gained by labour; vanish [like dust].
cattle.
n^?^ (mfia'^) to salt.
n^DS^D (m^ii'gc^a'a-) /; c.
n?^] Pm-
\dmom. of pt-
nOS'p^, message.
n^pp to be salted. Ho.
*'P^^7P (m,r?ici^r) pr.n.m. n%n, w/- n^^n (hQmir^^)

D''P*S^D = U'^b^ see T]^0. to be washed with salt-

riiS^D (miiie'^) / fulness water.

[of waters], others: the ^ZP (me'i^) m salt, salt-

setting of the eye in the water, sea; nVfi^n D; the


eye-hole. Dead Sea.

^^it^p (m?ilb\L's) m, pi c. n^D (mllllTi'^) m, pi. D''njl5,

\^^-lr^, garment, clothes. seaman, mariner.


12*
n^? 180 \S>D'?0

nT'P^ (in^Uu'c^) lu, only pi. ~)^0 (m5UVc^) inf. Tj^O,


D^n^t? rags. T,?Jp, \v.s. 1279 (niolc^o').

nn^D (mn?^5') / salt land, />/). "5't?, /. "pp^, p^


barren land. Jl'b, to be or become king,

nnn^p (nuic^5nir), to nile, to reign. Ni.


^"qtPa fat. "/^^?, to consult, to

;>;. nln^o, c. nioD^^P,


determine. Hi. ~"','^*^'~',

inf. Ti^'rDn, ^
fut. -^y^v^
war, fight, battle; weapons,
'^k^TX pt- T^P^, to' con-
victory.
stitute as king, to cause
t0^9 (uuUJl't) Ni. ID,^9J, i/. to reign. Ho. "^jlpri to
be made king.
to escape, to deliver one-
m^'l^c^) m, i.p.
"^^J^,
self; to be delivered,
w-s. ?y^, pi. D^p;^''V
saved, freed ;^
to hasten
'5'?^, king, ruler, prince;
away. Pi. :: W.?, inf. ]:h.'o,
God; false god, idol-king.
imp. .TtD^D, 'fut. tD^j; to
deliver, to save; to cause =]?P (mp'l^d^) m a god of

to escape; to escape; to
the Phenicians and Am-
let slip, to lay [eg-gs]. monites, Moloch.

Hi. tD\'?r.?n to deliver, to ^"7??^ (m^ikp'dt'^") f net,


save; to lay [eggs]. Hith. snare.
fut. t^P^O^ to ei5cape; to n^plD (mCilk5') /, c. HD'tO,
emit [sparks]. niD*?!?, queen, princess.
y/.

tO^pp (rari^t) m mortar,


(milk?')
".?r^P ;)/;./.
cement.
niip^iO (mJJUta'O-) f, iv.s.
n^lD^D (m'UltyS') pr.n.m.
InO^P, inD^*:, kingdom,
n^^'rP (nriiiy') f an ear dominion, realm, reign.
[of corn].
hi<^pbt^ (mjikr^'i); n;?;^^
r,'?^ see -h Hi. (miilkl.vy<ii') , ''li^fP (!^1-

n^'';5?p (m^lIBs') f riddle. klyjTi'hu); p'j[)?."''?fr^ (mm\-


pruverli; satii'ical song. Bg'd^k); D,"^''?^^ (injlkirrni);

taunt. yrf^D^r^ (ii4lkisa'''') pr.n.vt.


03^0 181 n?'??"5

D^^D (m?Llkrin), Db'^D t^lp'pD (mgiko's) m late


(milkp'm) m a god of the rain [in March and April].
Ammonites = "!?9- n5^9 (mgikr^), np^^^
rip^D (mnrc^eO-) f queen. (niijlka'c^) m, only rf//.

Q:np^?. w.s. n^rip'rt?.

tongs, snuffers.
^^'Q^ (m5lal) Pi ^.i^P to
^nJ^^^ (melta^f) / a ward-
speak, to relate, to tell.
robe, dress-chamber.
^xD* (mflj'l) M?jp.^ /b, to

circumcise. Ai. "TpJ, /<?^


nvri?^ (maltrr) /, pZ. c.

pZ. to be cut
nivr^^o tooth.
?:, 1?;^:,

off, to be circumcised. ''^r'Py (maragyr?') f only


Po. fut. ^^y^\ to be cut 2>L nll^SpD, storehouse'
off. mth. ' fat. bbbr^\ granary.
to be cut off, to become (meraa'd) w, Only
"^PP pi.
blunted. """".pp,
?f.s. measure, ex-
hh;q^ (maij'i) fut. pi. -b^^'. tension.
to fade, to wither, to de-
(mmud^9;'n) pr.n.m.
cay. Po. fut. b\?.'\^\ [or
It
nip?^
:

(mfmp'^) m, only j^>Z.


from 770 ^] to be withered.
D'^riltDIp, deaths, painful
\C^^ (ma'Ma'y) pr.n.m.
deaths; the dead, corpses.
"IP??5 (mlllm^'d) m OX-goad.
m mongrel,
^J.PP (mgimzc'r)

y;?9 (mai^^'B) Ni. y\i'o) to bastard.


be smooth, pleasant.
"13?DP (mlmks'r) m, c.l^PP,
n^^pD (mglBa'r) m overseer, 2^Z. D"'1Dtpp, sale; thing
guardian [others: butler]. for sale or sold.

yyO (maia'k) to break off, nniDDp (mimkg're^) f sale.


to iiip off [partly].
HD^tpp (mUmlacfir) /, c.
n^ip'TD* (mjilko'ae^) m hooty.
nippD^ (mjlko'a^) m, du. n"iijpp, c. nli^pb, king-
w.s. ''nlp/?^ the jaws, the dom, dominion, reign,
upper and lower palate. realm.
no^p 182 n:o

other consonants -p, ws.


>:pp [^3p], T]pp,' r,r.5p,

m
T]pp, ^pp, nibp, li'pp^
T]pPP (mImD5'c^) Spiced
qrp, iDp, Dcip, n^np]
wine.
from, out of, away from,
"IDD (mg'mJjr) m bitterness,
apart from, part of; since,
sorrow.
after; because of; with
^^^pu (inSrarQ') pr.n.m. adj. = more than.
TnP^ (m^mro'r) ju, only pi.
nj^'?^^ (m,ngin5') / SOng of

derision, satire.

ni2;^PP (mlras^'d^) m unction, njp* (mm^') inf. ni:p,


anointing. imp. rtJP, fut. n^P^, pt.

7^I2^PP (mims5;'l)m dominion. nJlD, to divide, to separate;


rule. to number, to count; to
appoint, to allot to. Ni.
Hjpj, inf. ni:Dn, fut.

nl^tS^'^P, dominion, rule.


nJD^, to be numbered,
c.

reign. reckoned. Pi. H^p, imp.


flit, to dispose,
p^^Dp (mlms^'k) m, c "jP, ip^l,
to appoint; to allot to;
p^tt^pp, possession.
to cause, to prepare.
PPP5 (m^mt^'k) m, only
Pu. pt. njpp to be ap-
^^ ''ipPPP, sweetness,
pointed, to be set over.
sweet things.
njp* (m^n?') f c. njp, pi
^9 (m^n) ?>i, W.8. ^^P, ^^P,
niJp, part, portion, share,
manna.
lot.

|P (m?ii) m, w-s. ^nip^


n^P (ra^ur) m, pi. D^:D.
part, portion. 60'*'
a weight, the part of

P' (m?n) m, 2>^- '^P, a talent, a hundred-shekel


strings, a stringed in- weight; in money value
strument. equal to 50 shekels.

"jP (min) pr/?., before vowels n3D (ni?n') m, only pi.

and gutturals P, before D^Jb parts, times.


:r\i^ 18g V.i

(mlnha'^) m, m\^ w.s. ^rinJD, pi. ninjo, c.


^n^^ c.

nln^lp, present, gift; tri-


the driving [of a chariot].
bute; sacrifice [mostly an
nnnilp minhjr?;'
( )
/", only
unbloody one], offering.
pZ^/hnn^P, cleft, dug-

hole; mountain-recess. niPuU (m%yf^t>'i}-) pr.n. of

li^D a place.
(mfno'd) m, c "ilJp,

a shaking of the head. unJU (m^ii$e^e'm) pr.n.m.

nuij (mjnp'ael^) m, jpl. iv.s. *^D,^'? (mfna'^aO-) pr.n.m.;


"'Dl'nUD, rest, repose, also pr.n. of a place; pair.
resting-place ; settlement,
! : IT
providing [by marriage]. ^JD (m%i') pj-.w. of a Baby-
nijD (mano'a^) pr.n.Qn. lonian goddess [Venus].
nn^^D (m^ntri^r), nm^ /,

ii;^5. 'pnup, pi. nnijo,


*'^U (miunr) pr.n. of a pro-
rest, repose, peace, ease,
vince of Armenia.
quiet dwelling, resting-
place; settlement. D^2p see p.
pDD (m?inp'n) m child; off-
(iDiiiy?nii'n) pr.n.m. =
I PtT

spring; others: refi'actory.


I I- t:

D1JP (mino'B) n, w.s. ^DU^, n^JU (mlani'O-) pr.n. of a


flight, escape, refuge.
city of the Ammonites.
nDl3D (m%ufir) /, c. np;^
npju (minle') VI, only w.s.
D^^tp, wealth, riches,
Ti^D (m5no'r) m, c. H^O,
property.
a weaver's beam.
VpJ^ (m?ua") imp. yj^, fid.
nni^D, nniD _(m%ora') /,
yjp^ pt. y:b, to" keep
c. nniip, ^Z. rilnJO, candle-
back, to withhold, to bar,
stick.
to refrain, to refuse.
n^2lp (mlnz5'r) in, only pi.
Ni. yJ^;, fut. V)^), to be
D^TJtp, princes; others:
withheld, to keep oneself
troops of mercenaries.
back, to be reserved; to

be refused.
?:t3 184 :do

7^^^D (m^a'v'l) m bolt, bar, ini^PP, ^i. ni"]i?pp, en-

lock. closure; fortress, strong-


hold; margin, border,
H'3D (m^ln'ri) m = ^^V^^-
ledge; panel.
p^OD (m$n'$'m) m, only ;^/.
np?5 (ra$fiB^'d) m foundation.
Q^^-P^-?^ delicious food,
dainties. 1 .1?^ (mlBd'rp'n) m portico.
V,W_P (m^n$"anL") m, only
Mp?j (mpr) m nppn,
pi. Dy^Vyo, a musical in-
/w^ IP'?-' ^?,*^5., to cause
to melt, to cause to flow,
strument, sistrum, rattle,
to dissolve, to wet.
cymbal.
npP* (m56B5') /, . npO,
pi. riipD, trial, temptation,
nrj^^tp, a bowl for libation,
testing by misfortune.
sprinkling-vessel.

nj^^^P see pj; i^i.


np^^ (mBBr) pr.n. of a
place in the desert.
ilLt^JiJ (mn$ss$') pr.n.tn.
npp (mifiB5') /, c. rpjp,
amount, proportion, mea-
niXjp, ni;jp, part, portion,
surement; adv. according
share.
to measure.
D?p (m56) 7 a suffering,
n^P'? (ra$6v^') m covering,
discouraged one.
veil.
DD (m$B) i, ;?^ D^DD, tri-
i^P^D^ (m'Buchr) / thorn-
bute, tax, bond -service; hedge.
bond-servant.
MpD (m$BB5'c^) m a keep-
^PP (m?B8'V) Jn, w.S. I^PP, ing back; others: a re-
j!)l!. D^npp, c. 'nPP circle, lieving.
environs; adv. roundabout.
"inpP (mlBd)5'r) , c IHPP,
nSpD (mfiIbb5')/,pZ.nl2PP trade, traffic.
= 3Dt?. T]pD "Dp
(m^Bii'c^) inf. to
n^pD (m$flgi|'r) m locksmith; mix, to mingle.
prison.
T]pp (mrB^ch) m mixture,
niJlpp (mlBg$'i-$9-) /, w.s. mixed or spiced wine.
^D 185 iDb

iDsrp^, ^pr^^ p. DOJ, to

curtain, covering. melt, to dissolve, to perish;


to despond, to despair; to
riDpp (m'^-Biikka') / a cover-
be loosened, to become
ing.
HiDD^^ =
lean. Hi. D^H to cause
(maCficc^r) /
to despond, to discourage.
IT \ :

V^'^ (maBBa") m, pi D^yS^,


n^?^^ (m9DBed)5') /, c
c. ''I'lP^, a breaking up,
n^Da, _p;. niDED, a
departure, journey, station.
founding, fusion, cast;
cast idol; covenant, league. yDD (mafi65") m stone-

^Spp (mifike'n) m poor,


quarry, broken and hewn
stones; dart.
wretched.
n^^^Dp (mlBkcnira-)
nypp (ini6'a'd)}u balustrade.
f
poverty, neediness. l^prp (mlBpe'd) m, c. l,^9tp.

n^Spp (mifike'neS-) /; only iv.s. "'"7.?P'P, mourning,


pi. niJrcp, store, store- lamentation.

house, magazine. SlSpP (miBpp') m fodder.

npDD (m6Be'*gO-) f the *"^U,??P (miBpa'e^aO-) / scarf,

warp of a web. scab;j3^. Hln^pp, kerchief,

n^P?p^ (m^BiUa) /, c. n^P^, cape, cowl.

pi. Pa'TL'^., highway, road. "ISpp * (mlBpf 'r) m, c. "l^PP,


street ; course , march ^;. c. "',"1.?P'?, number;
^
staircase, stairs. countableness, fewness; a
^^pDD (maBlu'l) m road, telling, narration.

way. IBpp^ (miBp5'r), n"!Epfp


ippD (mgiBmc'r) w, only pi.