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Baumgartner im Amtl. Schulblatt des Mflrz 1904: Wie die gioBeren Weike des heute die erste Stelle einiiehmen Verlages Langenscheidtschen anf (kin Gebiete der internationalen WorterbOcher, vei<lienen f.

v.

Dr. i.

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enzvklopadisohem Worterbuch und Vollstandigkeit

alle

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Toussaint-Langenscheidt Method

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Old Testament

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friend.


Preface. The present Pocket- Dictionary

containing

j

the whole vocabulary of the Hebrew Old Testament, does not pretend to be an enrichment of

Lexicography, nor

is

it

But

a scientific Lexicon.

meant it

will,

to

supersede 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

well-known phonetic system of It is based upon the publishing- firm.

adapted to the the

pronunciation of the

Western Europe.

Sephardim,

or

Jews

of


Transcription A. Hebrew 1

>

3

4 5 6 7

8

10 11

12 13

14

VOWKLS


Tra ns c ii

pi ion.

Hebrew characters

24

z

in

:eal

rti

=

ch in Scottish /oc/t

i

25

n

26

to

27

t

very hard or emphatic

y

in

28

eft

29

k

30

h

31

D D

32

J

= =

yes ch in

German

ich

k in fcmd

1

m n

I

33

D

34

6

=

s

m sm

f

35

S

30

V

a guttural peculiar

to

the Semitic

languages 37

B

=

s

in sin, very hard or emphatic pronounced as ts)

(also

38

hard or emphatic

39

r

4ii

13

41

s

42

43

n n

% t

mostly guttural

= = =

s in

sin

sh in wish th in thing


List of Abbreviations. abs.

absolute.

M.

ml},

adjective adverb.

Nithp.

<>,/r.

iiinii.

article,

art.

opp.

construct.

Chald.

cohortative.

roll.

eonj.

dem.

denom. dimin. e.

collective.

Pers.

conjunction.

pers.

feminine.

/'

fut.

gent.

Hi.

Persian.

person, personal. Piel. Pilel.

l>ii.

=

Pilp.

=

pi.

for

gentilic. Iliphil.

=

i>t.

=

passive participle. Pual.

/,.

=

Pi,.

//<.

quadril.

EEophal.

i.

e.

imp. inf.

Hothpael. id

est,

thai

is.

infinitive.

interj.

interjection.

inierr.

interrogative. intransitive.

intr. i.p.

/<. //<

n.

in

pause.

local.

masculine. Qoun.

Pulal.

/'i,/.

Qal (Kal).

Q.

=

reft.

imperative.

properly.

participle.

Hithpael. //iff, Eithpalpel. /nil j>. Hithpolel. Hithpo. Ilotli.

>(/..

suffix. $ing.

<il>s.

-

w. art. H'.

w.s.

/<><.

singular.

status absolutus.

Tiphel.

/;,,/,.

=

=

substantive.

subst.

tr.

quadriliteral.

relative.

=

st.

=

reflexive.

rel. s.

pel.

proper name. pronoun.

pr.n.

/,t.

llith.

1

preposition.

prep.

pron. prop.

future.

Pi

plural. Pool. Poal.

Po.

exempli gratia, example. g.

perfect.

/,/'.

n.

demonstrative. denominative. diminutive. dual.

d,i.

patronymic.

pair. I>erf..

definite.

def.

pausi

/..

Chaldee(Aranuean).

cohort.

Niphal. Nithpael. numeral, number opposed.

transitive.

with article. with local n. with suffix.

H


Notes.


Notes.

F43


-

K K

the first letter of the

phabet, called

[= P]?X numeral

IK

ox,

=

(5'ief)

cattle];

as a

or 1000.

1

m, c

($b)

al-

F^X

^X,

"K

destruction,

r

"0?$ lost,

w.s. ''ZIX

m

(pbe'd)

ruin. (ab?d5

/ anything

)

loss.

"^-^ an( ) -^ a b&ddo') m destruction, place of per*

(

,

ninx (m'&),

pi.

c.

begetter,

father,

nins, parent, crea-

ancestor, forefather;

lord, master; counsel-

tor,

adviser; teacher. lor,

2K

[root

(eb)

iSX,

c.

pi.

benefactor,

sprout; greenness, verdure, fresh grass. (aba? 9-f)

pr.n.m.

"QK (aba'd) to

/**. "pit*,

wander about,

lost, perish,

being

Pi.

lead astray, scat-

T2N n ;

1.

sg.

same

TZIX, as

Pi

Hebrew-English.

(hgebi'd),

fut.

HTZIX

the

H3X

/u.

S

to be

obey.

7?K made

m reed, cane; swift sailing ships,

(ebg-)

X ni^X

MK

of reed.

[from nnx].

(bo'y)

C^pK

[neediness,

= "'iX woe to.

m7 c Dinx, ^Z. place of feeding, .

(eba'fi)

O^DHX, crib,

ter, destroy, annihilate.

Hi.

(abr),

poverty] me^'.

T3X

de-

willing, to desire, consent,

be

to

]12

l?K,

h

struction.

12&, ''^K

cease; pt. *"I3X

lost.

(Ibbc'd) to

c.

;n,

KOK = nx

[Persian].

and

(*bd ? 'n)

(jb^a'n)

HI?

22X] m, w.s. ^K, young

shoot,

KpJQK

dition, abyss, nether world.

H^K

manger. see

nnziK threat;

VU.

(ib^a')

SJJJ

/,

c.

nnrix,

rmx' 1

the


*"V

>BQN l

bend

kneel,

r*j;s

heads,

your

vessel.

prostrate yourself. see

^'2*S

it:

^J*

V^S'.

-

($*'f) w.s.

m,

only

V*$

0^18,

t

i

T

round

bowl,

basin,

I

pi

army,

-:

i

troops.

"IJK R

-)^ of

(

a d

g5'g)

-J^

pr.n.m.

(a^'r),

/faf.

IftjJ

to

collect, gather.

Amalckite kings.

*0^S (agfgf') m, surname of Hainan the Agagite [=

,

fist

,

Amalekite].

pi.

a

"!??*?

(

gyd<i5')

connection,

p*.

/",

ni*i:,s :

bundle;

knot,

band, troop; celestial vault.

^V^

(*W Z

m

)

nu t; nut-tree

(<M?u'r)

(g'^l) or

only

pZ.e.

^?,2?^

coin, mite.

7JX

1^8,

(f'ggl)

(w^)

official

letter,

'^

m,

(?d)

w/.s.

m.

D^, e.*PJI8

of a

l.i-t'in)

TK^IN

m-j^, edict.

i"S, mist,

D^g,

pool",

t/,/.

to

5

(Culb c'l)

pr.n.m.

iTTttjl

and

D;HK

see

nil

see HTiK.

pZ.

pond;

M*5

(Iddo')

D?7g

pr.n.m.

see D*H($.

only pj.c

a^'.j

sad, grieved.

'Pjtt,

commander,

l^P^S

(*gm?'n)

reed,

bnlrnsli;

of rashes;

m,

c.

cord

JDJN

made

r ,,-

caldron.

-- '") 1

*,

c.

){U$,

the pi.

pi.

is

lord, master;

also

applied to

^"S

111 persons; y Lord, the Lord God [nVp]; hence Adonis.

single

s ('

p*.

writ,

(*W4) pr-n.m.

rHH c.

reed; bulrush.

jrV

/.

cause to languish, to grieve.

"7*1*^

drops.

(?gUV.vTm) pr.n.

("g^'m)

l-.S

charger.

rnas

m,

place in Moab.

E^N

only

basin, bowl.

}1? (Wt)i only tfi. 3H*& [for 3H^n^]

pr.n.m.

[berry]; small

^JJJ

m,

fa^art^'l)

^PldNt

c.

vapour.

[Persian].

"Vt

^tp"i:S


ffw

llT

see 1$e.

]P;X

^1^

D'HI'TN

(adprCi'yim)

town

in Judali.

a

DTHN it

see

-:

fiYTK

2?*-- of

e (

the tribe and land

of the

Edomites. (adama)

-:

f,

c HI^X,

see TiX.

i

humus, arable land, earth,

"^"i^

w.s.

adj.,

($ddj'r)

^"

iT"N, /" pi D^K,

\T

0.

great,

distinguished,

splendid,

glorious, noble.

M V^N D"TN

(ade'm) or

D"TK

5 (m Qdda'm) for

to

he

CHK9

pt.

to be

CH^Q

red-coloured.

D^W

to

(5d my')

Pa.

Hi.

fut.

be red.

#*7/i.

CH^O'! to become red, to be erubescent.

fut.

^,7^

i.p.

(fda'm)

nD-tns\ v v

m

coZ.

mat),

some

:

man, mortals pr.n.m. the

first

7t

HOTtf

see

Hp"

>

(adma')

flftfc.

of

pr.n.

a

in the vale of Siddim.

^mS, ^blX

(admoni')

adj. reddish, red-haired, of

a red complexion. a

*P^^

(

of

pr.n.

dami')

a

town in Naphtali. a

^p1

(

JVp""TX

:

domf) pr.w.

itish,

f

WN

nWK.

Edom-

:J

Edomite.

D^piX a

adj.,

m

pZ.

,

D^DTC. /

created.

(adummi'm) pr.n. of

between

district

(fdf'm) pr.w. of a

town

Jordan and

J<riplS

the

(fdp'm)

<#.,

f.

nD^

:,

D^DjX red, red-cheeked; a red thing, red colour.

pZ.

(p'dem)

/ a red

cious stone, carneol.

Grilgal.

(adma^5')

pr.n.m.

[Persian].

T7$

^7^

:

;

man

on the Jordan.

ciJJ

:

i

reddish.

r

one; N *J2I serves as a pi. the sons

men,

f

adj.,

niaiDia

" v i. r

?

:

:

i

town

(ado'm).

5

red.

R:!P?*f (adamdH'm)

nD"TS

(adalya) pr.n.m.

ip"JX

pi.

country.

soil;

(add'r3-).

powerful, mighty, majestic,

of

Esau,

dp'm) pr.n.m.

Edom;

nH*S

DTriK. t

-

pre-

('dn) m,

D^, ation,

c.

i.p.

y.*]N

basis,

ftN, pi. 'foundpedestal,

socket of a column. |/j

(&dda'n) pr.n. of a place

in Babylonia.


r

c>

-

V iv

i

:

i

PT2"^j"TS IV

(adp'i-hg'zk)

I

pr.n.m

mm

AWR

(-dpnlyy*'),

(doniyy*'hu)

[Cp;j'lS;]

pr.n.m.

a (

ffjttjj

TWJ

n^

(Wd'r), ^. [-T3W with connecting V] to show oneself glorious,

5.

to

T;ttl

/id.

'H

d$'r)

i/.

(?h?'b),

2hK

2ri$

ri2ris

3% M 3081,

glo-

m

twelfth

Hebrew

month cor-

year,

,

rn (S'd$r) garment, mantle splendour, magnifi;

cence.

a place

Judah; pr.n.m.

{?/?.

2"S

1. sg.

;>.

2HX, / nj^H

to

love,

be fond

to

be

of;

Ni.

Pi. pt.

be

2HK

2HSJ

pi.

to

DpOjB? lover

passionate

m, only

(*'h&b)

D^HS.

like,

desire,

amiable.

apBp, a

to

to

pi.

beloved,

pi.

love-affair, intrigue;

m,

Persian

jsZ.

gold-

connected with

[not

I

m, w.. D2PIK T TM T

v / (e'h&b) \T

I

love-intrigue;

love,

niHK of

D^nS^oh^brm) lover.

($h*w) f [also

2'j]

love,

inf.

affection,

tender friendship.

larius].

^P^PTl^ pr.n.m.

2mS

(Qhob5'm),2>Z.

(ad&rko'n)

0^3118,

deity

5h &*b),

charm, loveliness.

($dd5'r) pr.w. of

*|*P"H*S

I

(

,

[friend],

or paramour.

"0$

=

and 33k,

April.

coin

also

tfffl}

/".

to

in

see

(fd*'S)

responding to March and

"H -

wide glory,

;

to thrash.

covet. a

the

of

f

ti

splendid.

rify. (

mantle

garment,

3TW

M.

5d *' r )

(

""0^

a town in Naphtali. (Sddg'rgd-) f a

rQ^X

^5? (adpnlra'm),

dpr$'m) jpr.w.m.

"HK

(gdrT) pr.n. of the chief-town of Bashan; of

(a^'njBg'dgk)

pr.n.m.

D^JTK

-:

^"HK

magnificence;

pT^J^S

t

(&dr$mmg'lgc&)

an

of

and

king [son

of

Assyrian

an Assyrian

of Sennacherib].

li_lN

(p'h^d)

^\}^

a (

pr.n.m.

h$'h)

inter},

[ex-

pressing sorrow] woe, alas, ah, oh.


mxT

xinx it

IT

-:i

a

^lJ

of

pr.n.

(*h vu')

o

river in Media.

iX

*i

VHNTM IV

cally denoting Jerusalem]

pr.n.m.

(ehij'd)

"J??VC?S

see i"lT ITT Hi.

"!

"1?VC!JS (ohiib 9 ') pr.n./. [a lewd woman, symboli

(ehf) adv. [interroga-

= X

how? where?

,

tive]

V!X"

a

?HK s

be bright.

to shine, to 2

^H?

(Wl)

of

[dnom.

wander.

tents, to

77P

hnw]

Tfor

pitch

Pi. fut.

the

*l^

7HX

x / (o'hel) \

i

({jhoif),

w.

D^nN

pi.

^?nx

c.

tent,

to,

loc.

w*.

S i

7HX t: t i

n n^px,

(oh5lI'm),

D^HX,

(Qhoir), w.s.

hut.

rjx, fa-

habitation,

X

tent of con-

gregation, tabernacle, also

nnvn X tent of the law. "IT 2HX (p'hgl) pr.n.m. 7HK (5h?'l) to, only I

j?Z.

D^HX t !

i

-:

and

nl^PlX it-:

"^OS (SW)

pi ninix,

pr.n.f.

symbolizing

(Q h H'5't))

skin,

spectre,

con-

juring ghost; necromancer, sorcerer.

ITDlX

(pbp'O-)

^j?*^

(pbi'l)

t^X TiN

see

(pd)

nnx,

of

pr.n.

a

station.

camping

pr.n.m.

73X. T \

to,

only

pi.

nilix,

circumstance, cause,

occasion, concern;

because

of,

nilX 7^

on account

of,

concerning.

*HX

(yd)

to,

pZ.

DH1X,

fire-

brand, fire-stick, poker.

nix 1 [a

Sa-

maria].

^VCI^

(uYO pr.n.m.

(pb) to,

aro-

matic wood, aloe-wood.

woman

^^ 2ix

and

or; or

or perhaps.

IT

r.

mily; "IVIB

IX either

leather bag;

1

pr.n.m

conj. or [Lat. vel

(p)

aut]; iX

same

as Q.

non ITT

see

7

(&h rp'n)

Aaron.

if,

to

hrw&

i>DX], fut.

v:

a

V-r-

m m ^nxt.

(? hL'i)

rronx _ nnnx, v t t V v v:

mn. ITT

see

'

L

...

pr

(Qhlll?5m5')

n.f.

VI X

pr.n.m.

^

nix

a*.

(ivvr),

niX? to desire eagerly, covet.

Hith.

HjXrn,

V$P? (yi^-'a'v) to want, lust after.

to

/"^.

desire,


s

ITT 2

n>s rare

~sr~, Q|2^

/////,.

only

Dn^nn

m

2. vl.

mea-

to

mark

to

off,

isix

(tW)

but

adv.

however, yet, nevertheless.

for one-

?

pr.n.m.

self.

<7^ (>*')

/ desire, longwickedness.

liness,

'Jw

(uzCi y)

"^nN

(uza'i

pr.n.m. (?

,t

Zanaa (

,.'r?

pr.n.m. [Arabian

and

tribe

*1K

i

its

capital.

US

in

pr.n.m.

(ov)

and

PlJlK

(p'v,)

(evj'i)

,.

.

.....

;

wickedness,

pi.

D^

*pX

impious.

pr.n.m. [king of Babylon]. 1

^IN

w..

D^K

body; strength.

3

U i) in, pZ.

(

j

h)X pi].

vw

(ciia'y)

in

,t

pr.w. of a river

,?w if

co;".

town

see i-WK it*

t;'

|,V^

(?

n 5'm) pr.n.m.

(pn^'n)

pr.n.m.

',?'" (tWa) pr.n. of an un-

and adv.

whether

not,

pr.n. of a

(pnp')

Benjamin.

person

in Persia [Eulaeus]. (uia'.v)

power,

polis).

lJlN

I^X, a J^jiiS

c.

powerful

[see

D^1K, sub-

jN (pn) pr.n. of a city lower Egypt (Helio-

i

mighty,

pj.

wealth;

strength. liS

w,

m,

(on)

in

.belly,

distress,

....

,.

,

(wl)

sin;

toil.

stance,

j

^K

(on),

'

...

.

}iK

falsehood,

idol;

hardship,

adj.,

foolish, silly

c.

nothingness;

vainness,

2!>1K see n\s\

?V|K

m,

idolatry,

woe, alas, ah.

interj.

pr.n.m.

JjK, pi. D^JiX breath,

SJ

Yemen].

ev i)

m *' r )

(*'v*n)

/.*.

ungod-

foolishness;

folly,

lust.

ing,

not,

if

known

country

rich

in

gold.

perhaps; perhaps.

D^K m,

1

pi.

(oVm), c.

dPH

*{$

(mi 5 'm)

vestibule, hall, portico [oi the temple].

"jDiX, p|.

a chariot, sledge j.

D;:?1N, wheel of a

[of

thrashing-


TS1X

9

TSlK, "1K,

fljMt

(ofi'r)

pr.n.m. a son of Joktan; the gold-country Ophir.

T

"liN

m = 11X2, pi Dnx lighted coun-

(yr)

niX,

land of the

try,

sunrise,

probably in Southern Arabia [ace. to others in India

the

lightenment,

revelation;

or East Africa].

D^Pl DniX

light

y^lN (yB), pt. fX to press; to be pressed or narrow; to Hi. fid. y^fff to

hasten.

east;

truth,

nN,

m,

(0B5T)

store, stock, provision, sup-

ply; store-house, treasury. 1 (or),

to

dawn,

become Ni.

shine.

clear,

TiXJ,

TiXJ

pt.

to

fut.

bright,

/M

.

lighten, to to

make

tx;, i>n_ fill

with

to

light,

clear; to enlighten,

instruct, teach; to enliven, to

comfort;

intr.

to

be

a

(or)m,pZ.

brightness,

DniK,

daylight,

light,

sun-

light, lightning; illumination,

""liN

enlightenment; hap-

piness, cheerfulness.

"11X].

1

f

(orr)

=

n'x2.

f,

only

2 (org;')

pi.

herbs,

vegetables.

nrnx see nnx it niK (yrl'), ^Xn.lX i"

-:

rinix

;

:

(Myy5

(yrl'e'l),

F

^n;x

),

(uriyy5'hy) pr.n.m.

JTUS, J1*S

(p8-)

m

nifliX,

nhX,

token,

badge,

and

/,

pi.

mark,

sign,

standard,

monument, memorial, warnomen, prodigy, symbol.

ing-,

ma m.

light.

TiK

bylon [D*J1^2

nnix

Hi.

splendid, glorious.

T>xn.

a town

of

pr.n.

(yr)

Chaldea, south of Ba-

lift,

TiK\ inf. "11X^ [forlixrt] become lighted, to to

dawn;

high

nnlX, nilX, green

M- 11,

be or become bright, to

to

the

of

0.

ij1, pj.ni^ix, c. rrhsix,

"tfK

and

on the

oracle

breastplate

in

T5W

the

priest.

press, urge, impel.

"BflK,

flame; en-

fire,

(ya-),

fut.

niK (^),

only

nix\ C o*or. nnixj

to consent, agree, yield.

TK

(jz)

a dv. then,

at that

time; therefore; IX t? [= IX ")$] formerly, heretofore,

of old; prep,

since.


'21 X

hn

10

*2TS

^ITS

m

(?zo'b)

an aromatic

'T^f? 1J#

m

(?zo'r)

of

[organ

hearing].

plant, hyssop.

HITS

ear

(gzn^'ylm)

.hi. ($zb*'y) pr.n.

(yzz?'n

town

pr.n. of a

girdle, belt;

Sgertf)

in

Naph-

tali.

fetter.

?!

-

adv.

(*z&'y)

a

1

HH^TS that

($zk5r$

,'tVI^

which

/memorial;

)

was

destined

out; to

Pu.

to

$}$

fut.

(sz&'l),

y]SFl

go away,

to

pt.

to

11? O&'r)

?NN? what

go

TN?, pt. arm with. HUh. Txnn, in. 'r "imnn it

^Jg

(s'zgl) ^JXrt 1?N stone of departure [a me-

i

(5z^'n)

yin uS

a

1^3,

imp. ft

M

^N

]

fflftfl,

t: v

1 IM-nW! HK

an ear

7W,

(?'agn)

prayer];

f&

/,

HTX.

pr.n. patr.,

(Szr&ff)!')

($$)

c

m?

J"

i.

c

to

-

I

" )

p,

the one

HS D$*j

.5.

"

7

I

i

I

near

brother,

lation, cousin,

(jto'n) to

rfu.

w

tin,

.

?pnx, vnx, ddtix. D"ri^, w.. *Q& ins TV >

re-

countryman,

fellow-man, friend;

only Pi.

e.

transplanted;

tux,

to,

weigh, to prove.

1$

not

1

obey.

))X*

(gzr5'$)

Ezrahite, son of one rQlN,

to listen, hearken, attend; [a

.

:

i

tree

i-

4

to turn or lend

answer

:

native, indigene.

TOM, 1*1*10 -iwjp,

to

yh *

S ee

:

HTK

Q. not used.

[denom. of

Hi.

i

:

gird or equip oneself.

to

morial stone]. ^JJJ

to gird, to

"$!?

i

in

w/.s.

lf$0,

Pi. pt.

girded.

is

spun, yarn, thread [perh. mis written for 7pX, see

/Wfc

VP}!*!. to bind, gird, put on. Ni. pt. !\VL$ to be

for

cease, vanish.

fail,

z5ny5') pr.n.m.

(azlkki'm) only pZ. [from pis;], w. aw. D*jjjjut), chains, fetters, handcuffs.

bring the sacrifice to the remembrance of God.

by*

(

D TJ!!*f

an offering

of

part

prn.m.

(ozni')

,tT\?

then.

t$

r

tt*'

,

X-nS

the other.

($$)/" fire-pot, coal-pan.

>*S ((ief))

inter]

.

woe! alas!

i


11

rus

ijK

(o'a^)

only

,

pi.

it

n

~:

DT1N

howling animal, bird with lamenting voice, owl,

w.s. "ITTITlk, * IT

scops.

female

a

^NHK

(a^f a b) pr.n.m. [once

~ Tin^S,

after

sister,

'

I

S

friend;

relation,

H#K =

other

the

[compare nX].

THK T

'nn

/.

[for

PHN, T V I

mmi., c

(g^a'd)

rp7,n>?],

some

one,

'

to

inS,

P

*.

.

held

single

one,

Q^jntf.

some few.

,0$? once

"in**?

like

;

one,

jointly, in a body, together.

THK (W4) [denom.

of

only

intf]

Hith.

Tpgflfl

to unite oneself, to collect

one's strength or faculties.

^inS

m

(Vefjy)

Ni.

connect.

fasten,

the

a

once;

bolt,

tn.NJ to get caught, to be

pi

at

to lock up,

of;

lay

grasp,

the

'

first;

in

hold

\ in*&

take,

seize,

one,

same,

the same.

M

(f^a'z)

t,D

($$b5'n) pr.n.m.

*j^HS

reed,

Nile-

Ni. [denom.]

fast.

inxi

tns s

fut.

1,0 J$P

take

to Pi.

of.

possession

pt.

to hold back, to lock

up, to hide.

Ho.pt. \nN*D

to be attached or fastened.

TfiA (a^a'z) pr.n.m.

"JH^

a (

^uzza)

occupation

/",

c rWJi$,

possession,

,

property.

JJHS (a Wy); n;]nK (a^ Z ya'), "inT ]n (a^$ Z ya'hu); Djng

grass.

:

*7^inX

(ed)u'd)

pr.n.m.

H"T^

(a^va')

/ declaration,

:

(a^uzza'm)

;

(a^uzz^-9-)

rjiriN.

pr.n.m.

explanation.

njnK

(a^

a

^nilK

v?')

/ brother-

hood. n*in^S

i

v

:

Nipn

(a^o'ag)) pr.n.m.

linS

(a^yma'y) pr.n.m. (a^p'r)

i

back, back-

side; adv. back, backward,

behind;

west,

west

side,

westward, westerly future. ;

i

T ^ W) v r n m TiK

:

:

?

Pi.

1

^U iHN

par. of DinN. see rmxtsHK. t v

pr.w.jn.,

= n^ns t

'

'

(a^f) pr.n.m.

DKYttj (a^Iyy 9 ');

"ftW.

-

=

(a^i'a'm);

^t^

H^nX..

ITT^

(a^iyyst'hu);


12

DyJTlX (rirt).vo');

3'tp>08

^7*08

Hiiu'd);

("cijitu'b):

nit? tin;

ttH^TIS*

y /.

nnnx

cnns;,

the

:

second,

following,

other,

later; foreign, strange.

c '308, prn.m.

(atflingda'h)

E^T

a

**

1

(

the

^Ino"$ra) pr.n./.

adv.

Qp;nN

(diktfm);

vItdn;'

(i#r*");

"lD^ns;

?QIjPBKj

^H^

:

(n^jfro'fgl)

$ nqx

(a^l5'b)

a

of

;?r.n.

(aeWy), "6n

(

W

l?

(WVy)

\2T}$

HD^nS

of

capital

of

Media,

1HK to

a ( ff)$zb&'y)

behind, behind, to tarry. "l/lfcP

stay;

Jr.

intr.

to

1HX

remain

to

Pi.

"1 |

to

delay,

DX

)

tarry,

detain.

procrastinate.

1P8

/

later,

posterior,

latter,

western;

adv. for the

last

time,

lastly.

^?.

pr.n.m.

(U^

a ri'0-)

part,

/ hindest,

future,

end,

(a^pranni'O-)

adv.

posterity.

^"TiiS

D WJ30TU} (a^^d$rpnl'm)

pr.n.m.

(#|*'r), fid. l.sg.

be

/<

following, last,

adj.,

pz.Dv.nqx, hinder,

backwards.

Egbatana.

^?PD$

($$arp'n)

latest

(nL^m'3-5') pr.n.

inx pi

see

;j

(atf)$rd)?'l)

pr.n.m.

cious stone, amethyst.

the

TH

f.

(fc^ifW) / a pre-

iSn^nS

V1HN - new.

')

wishing: oh that! might it be that. of

particle

after

thereupon; H.ns'P from after, from behind. that,

n;nqx

in North Palestine.

place

Ik

pr.7i.rn.

rjjqjj

back-part;

and />/?. behind, after,

afterward; (a^r^'z^r);

nqx,

iv.s.

hind-part,

(*$?'r)

adj.,

/nins,

m.pl.

[sing.

]$.]

Persian

governors, satraps.

&H!BTtK

(a^$gv?rp'),

^"l^HS

(a^srp's) pr.n.m.

of Persian kings.

Ahasuerns

[= Xerxes, A sty ages].

Cambyses,


nnt^nx t

nr

13

:

:

i

*

^Hllt^nX (a^taif)

pr.n.m.

VJ

D*0"lfitTiN

tOS

parts round the Mediterranean and in

*QP~] adj. one

India.

of the royal service

"W

[others: mules].

nns

see nn*$. wi

(gt)

low.

"^

D^N

\S

whisper,

speaking

;

ne-

sorcerers,

whisperers,

m

-

thorn-bush

ny, T V I

'

[where

,

^

1TB IV

[equal

nu, uu~];

without

honour,

to hate, to treat

enemy;

pt. 1.1X, S.ViX,

w.s.

*$%

/

nnrix," p/.

>n#,

c.

enemy,

nn\s

(n, 5 ')

e

/-,

nn\s

.

enmity, hostility.

ip$

fut.

d

'*^

to

burden, oppres-

(? )

sion,

misfortune,

misery,

distress.

(Ittc'r)

^ (y)

ftK]

negation

to. <Zv.

as an

(ate'r) pr.w.wi.

hampered; handed.

from

hater.

shut, close.

"ItDK

woe

interj.

^

[=

Dp*,

Dt?JO to close.

n.l

(J)

Hi. fid.

grate up, to lattice.

IwX

= ^X

^1? (*y^)

DttK

(fta'm) p.p. DVtiK, pZ. D^DlttN to shut, close; to

(0 4

TDD""'**

(eta'n) in thread, yarn.

(at^'r),

Dtf,

inglorious.

[Christ's thorn].

itiN

only pi.

,

to the prefixes

slowly,

secretly,

by degrees. "TtOS (ata'd) / ITT V

m

(j)

denoting

cromancers; adv. ttN, ^?, a in ttN? noiselessly, whisper,

2

howler, jackal.

-

noiseless

*ptpK

DX,

transmarine

(a*at*rani'm)

[sing.

being

pZ.

/,

coast-land, island; foreign,

[Persian].

m.pl.

and

TO

(i)

bound,

adj.

TX 1^l?J

left-

^5

w-s.

]

I

art

c-

D'K where? IT thou?

&c.];

which one? who?; "'X wherefrom?;

X\kh *8 why?

1

f

Gfyytf)

vulture,

kite. 1

adv., 1*X,J

Ht 4^

/

T ?

($yy?') pr.n.m. r

*8 adv. where,

(&yy? ) "P wherever. * ',*?

(iyy?'b)

pr.n.m. Job.

^sp? (tew)

nr^

Z

')

?^-/-

a *v

-

where?


w

14

"l$*K

n^S and

how? where?

inter/,

1D\S

(cd,o')

adv.

<&>

how?

pD^S e

Akaba].

D7R

where.

(

Red Sea [now

port on the

alas!

nb\V,

"^

(w*), rrt^ij (nr*)

pr.n. of an Edoniitish sea-

(cd)5'^5)

y$'i)w power, strength.

( 5 yp'm)

np\s

(JT&)

D^X,

[strength] a

c

^X

.

c.

/,

tit

D^X,

pilaster,

D^p* ^

(?mj'm) pl.m. terrors, horrors; idols; giants, ori-

ginal

terebinth

Moabite country.

mighty,

pl.

powerful people, the nobles.

^8

(*yyTi) m, pi. buck, stag, hart.

D$JB

rfejB, rfejj (*yyW) pl nipjg, c nl^N a hind;

n^X V v

hind

inhabitants

of

dawn. (Swlo'n) pr.n. of tow ns in Dan and Zebulon.

*P?t-

the

"pX,

non-

nothingness,

non-

O'yln) m,

entity,

^X

[I

adv.

urx,

T|^x,

c.

not,

not

w.s. without; am not there];

existing,

the

I

of

1

l^

existence;

ft

/",

I*

i

terror, fear. 1

ram;

).

"ln^H

np^x, w.

r

'

projection [in architecture strong tree, oak. socle; ;

T%

f

adj.,

terrible, formidable.

is^x

[-

Di\S]; ^'"PX I have not , [there is not to me]. ] N'5 without, when there was

r

^K

I^K,

pr.n. of a

town

pr.n.m.

in

;

Dan.

almost,

(SyjW3-)/" strength,

power.

n^\S

D^K

see

fl1tp2*#i

pi.

*H

D*pfeu&,

projection

(cU'ra) pr.n.

fc

to

fjfi

adv.

where?;

IP] from where.

whence.

of a sta-

tion in the desert.

fg$

(fc'yln)

[=

[in

architecture], moulding.

D^S

-:i

not; "pxp because not, so that not. 2

n^X.

(flfm) m,

i

^XT ^X? = him to whom being;

nearly;

VX "Itt^ v I

nPJ

before

not, (fis'n)

"P^ G Q ) adv. not?

interr. [is there]


V

IT"

"

IT

hi*

15

"

IT

s

/

'

n\S a = DQK, DPS, DDDT

I-

'

to

a corn measure, equal bushel.

1.08

HS\S

'P

where?

adv.

(gfo')

t

^

(i9-5

:

XlDSV

see

i

t^K

y\S*,

D^N,

c.

'

l*

i

man

M.S.

TO,

(is)

D^'JS, t -:'

p?.

WJN r-

a

:

opposed to beast

[as

and woman and God],

a

at-

follower,

some

adv. certainly, yea;

(&cf>)

however, yet; hardly, no sooner than. but,

',?? (akk&'d) pr.n. of a

:^ (^^zf'b) m deceiving brook [without water].

one,

(&d)zl'b) pr.n. of towns in Asher [Ecdippa] and in

Judah.

(SW r

"!t"T-

other.

lll^X

m

(fso'n)

j

[dimin. of

tt^N little man] the pupil of the eye, eye-ball, centre.

^n't^K

(is

<&'y&)

^g trb ) pV. M

.

of

see

i

,,

pri 1

"'P'

S

^

W\ i-

(l9'*'y)

CITIES

entrance.

pr.n.m.

hard,

(^rlyyy'ft)

/

cruelty, fierceness.

(a^U5')/ eating, food. (5^;'s)

,t*7

^,2?

pr.n.m.

(Wl) */

tax

(Qd)l0'),

1.

70J<\

m

(Ifrp'n)

adj.

(fr$zpi')

harsh, cruel, terrible.

^

a town or district in Syria.

1&1X

?

m valiant H^'ON

man, perh. pr.n.m.

3ftDTBh

T

bold,

destruc-

deadly.

tive,

^

(Is^o'd) pr.n.m.

adj.

)

merciless,

cruel,

Tint^X

town

by Nimrod.

built

^,ir^

any one, every one, each; with !"IX or $H the one the

tendant;

pr.n.m.

-^it

mortal, husband, possessor, inhabitant,

j^

only,

i

m 5'r)

IJTOy, ^riS (c^'n) pr.n.m.

how?

KiS\S

see

I

??#,

M ^^\

W.S.

i>.

sma. 73 tf, to eat,

devour, consume, take away, destroy. Ni. be hl& ^3KJ. fut. i"Ti" to v:iv' enjoy,

'

1

2KWJJ i?X

(jar?!) pr.w.m. [for

FW God

DD^

with me].

eaten,

?3X

to

consumed. '

I

1

Pu.

be consumed, dej

see Dr,X.

stroyed.

HI

y^tift, fut.


ta 7

lu

,?15i-

naakeeat, to give

to eat.

2jX

and

[act

i'TDN

w.s.

m,

(VrfiJii)

(ydiio')

of]

material

^?

(Qd,5'l),

pr.n.m.

(ukk 5 'l)

be derived

to

[or

from il?].

^3*t)

the power of

am

hand, I once for

able.

DJ'N

my

\D}?H

rams].

H.Ks these.

*)2X weigh

certainly,

but, yet.

to

burden,

on, press, drive on.

(r^f) m,

v

-

in

surely, even so;

(W'O

n,*? Pi

see

orrfy.

($$?'n)

*]?

in

is

(

^P5? = JwK

7&V B

power, might; *!'

=

ffW ) f = ^5k.

ffcpH

^

the true God; alfltf U mighty God; ft?\J X God the most high; strength, it

eating, food, meat.

^,5

iv.s.

"B5^,

burden, load, pressure.

P reP-

(^0 the

towards,

to,

direction

ac-

of,

cording to, in addition to, with regard to, against, into,

*7T \7

among, near, with. (?1$')

&9f?$

pr.n.m.

(S1**WS)

hail,

ice.

158

m,

(Ikkg'r)

ploughman, man.

town

in Asher.

a

(ai)

responding

D^pX, D^Dv6k

husband-

of

pr.n.

to

u.y),

and

U

may

X |

the

finite article,

:

pr.M.w.

Ht?

(&d*V) pr.n.m.

(W)

confirm by

to

oath, to swear, swear. Hi. inf.

for-

nlpfcfp, fat.

?$jl

to confirm,

to

cause

to swear, to swear.

not.

let

I

lest,

(gld^C'd)

\

an

Greek

wishes: that not,

i

a

cor-

negation

DVnAr

see

:

HVI?^

appl ifd in prohibitions

not.

i

T^f9

(Wtfi)

?

pi.

tiller,

*)tt>?8

?8"

nbx IT "

10

,

Arabic

de-

occurring

in

t^Z^X. EV.^X, C'pS\\ S X* (fl) m, w.t. ^X.

!"&$ to) /; ,., nTTN swearing, pi.

v$, oath:

curse; agreement by oath,

sworn covenant

pi

D^X, one,

a

strung,

a hero,

a

mighty

<j;<n\;

^N"

>"!?8 (iir)

1^0

/'

oak.

(fl^O/oak, terebinth.


ntf^x

17

rfex

nT'N '.'!'*?

H^N

pr.n.m.

(ela')

dem.

pron.

(e'lle)

M.

only

(*!&'#)

n^.XJ

to be corrupt, to get spoiled. pi.

these, those.

jJMxfS

pr.n.m.

(glgjana'n)

I

&K

(ilia')

nlpS

cojy.

(eis'ah)

[A BX]

God,

c.

Vf?K,

the

one,

ovi!?8 v:

rxni; v: t J L

'

i

God;

prophet;

God

true

x t^x n, v ?

I

i

v:

Israelitic

angel,

pZ.

UVpX

m/s.

king,

heathen

gods,

higher and godlike heings.

^pK

(eiyi)

month

m

the

sixth

Hebrew

of the

year,

corresponding to September

and October;

adj.

=

2K Y$ (eli'5'b); 7X7X nnx^x (eiiys-a-); ir>bx

(elj'f'l);

m, sm^r. mostly

in poetry: a god,

"DVtf?K.

if.

/"yX..

n^x]

(e^'d)"

yV^

;

(gly^dli") pr.n.m.

H??**

(W)

fat

/"

of

tail

oriental sheep.

iTvK

xin^x

yyX

rryin^x

(eiihrr);

Wty$

(elyeho"ena'y);

^Hl^

(Wfn&'y);

^in^X.

ba');

^X and

and

(eliyyr)

(ellyya'hv);

(glyfcfr

(eli^o'rgf)

pr.n.m.

1

XbX

Xk$

(elp'n),

n, pi.

(Ullo'n)

D^i?X, 'o^&X,

c.

^U, oak, terebinth.

jY-

(?lo'n)

Y-

pr.n.m,

cow;

W^>X

a

D^vX.

lamb,

attached friend,

family,

of

Ijg^^

a

tribe

l?

(eiiVm);

^&hi< it v:

pr.n.

of

station in the desert.

|*jc"? (lz5d)5'r) pr.n.m. Hebrew-English.

DV^X Wz);

,l

?X

:

(elifl|'hvi);

TO^>X

ttpD^X.

e

(

rte^x i"

(eliBu'r);'

:

:

1

v:

(eilfe'igt);

Xft^X.

l,Si^X

:

(elik'a);

D"JJ?VX (elyaki'm) pr.n.m.

ril7X see ni^X. (aly's)

(elTfi'*^);

(elifa'l);' \ . /. '

(eli'Bafa'n);

L^PX

idols.

(elF'ena'y);

arfj., j>Z.

beast,

adj. null, vain,

nought; nothingness, feeble-

pr.

;

companion, husband; head of

e

( H'l)

(elyaBa'f);

(TO'f) n and

D^D^X tame ox,

Y^

ness; pZ.

ri'^X. *]

^

a

V2#T?X

(elise'b*')

pr.n.f.

[Elizabeth].

Ht^ yN

(e\is$ ')pr.n.m. l

[Greek


18

ynef*ta

6$

1

in the Peloponnesus

tribe

or in Sicily]. I

J?wyK

3*#}7*j

(eiisw'a*);

"!???8 ((Mmmr) A *>*. nup'^N, c. n1:pSs widow, a widowed state [without

e

(^y5srb);V^^^N(eirsini'

a ruler].

rVDftpK

nn^

(wn)i

);

[-

($lmno'&)

[perh. for

niJ"]X]

fjpl.

palaces.

rinS\-^t] pr.n.m.

\2^

alas,

inter?,

(|l-l|'y)

woe

nup$>*$

to!

pi

,

DTiup^N, destitution

widowhood;

D?K (fK'm), MS. qKstJ, D "?^ to be bound in Tl"

/ttf.

[exile].

1

the

I

tongue, to be dumb, mute. Pi.

to

pt.

E?K

to bind,

D,j?8t?

make up

1?^?^

with

m,

(fclmoni')

preceding )+?$, a certain one, one not named.

in sheaves.

(flgm) n the growingsilence.

pr.n.m.

(glnijfrs'n)

dumb, dumbness,

(gllp^'r) pr.n. of

"ID^K and

dumb, mute. ti?X (yii?'m) see D^K.

D^D?X

m

(aiyram?')

Dvi9x,

/",

c

"]^?^

pi.

-

Ht^JyX Yemen].

*]*<

($T*fitf) pr.??.w.

of a

y^/R V9- ^

(<Ml&min'ld))

town

pr.n.

in Aslur.

(yimVn) (511110'")

<(/

widowed.

in

hood, interregnum.

widow-

P)q

/ML

(*i*'f),

learn.

^)?J^K

(')

tfflfft

town near Hesbon

pr.n.m.

(&lm?<i$'d)

[Arabian tribe in

pr.n.m.

Reuben].

[in

:

($l 5z5'r)

pr.n. of a

sheef.

"H

n-TySs

(**'4),

bundle,

nirj^N,

town

Mesopo-

,

*!?$$>

npt>S

in

tamia.

only p., a precious wood, red or white sandal-wood. (fcimyggi'm)

district

Pi. fut [for

Hi.

pt.

niS^Xa

P]^p]

*&$

*$$), ft to teach.

P^ft to

to

make

P^

/

thou-

sands, to bring- forth thou-

sands [denom. of

^X].


m

19

*)!?

DN wr.*.

rfw.

>B?K,

^X

c.

D^D^k;,'

D.^X, 1.

only

w.s.

\SX, pi

j?Z.

fllf^X,

mother,

pZ.

mother,

ancestress;

grandbene-

domesticated beasts, oxen,

cows,

cattle.

sand,

du.

pi.

a thou-

2.

two thousands.

thousands.

com-

a

3.

of a

munity, family, part tribe. 2

^|?$

^*.w. of a

(g'lgf)

town

/,

factress; metropolis,mother-

"^.u CX

country, people;

parting-way.

EK

(im)

direct

[in

conj.

and indirect questions] if, whether; DX H whether or; in

conditional sentences

X ? DX

:

1

in Benjamin.

if,

toW> tt^f^Kl (

(Blp*' &l)

W

if

not;

sentences of wishing and asseveration: oh that

in (elpe'^t);

pi.

'o)

pr.n.m.

(filB?frn)

E*p?K

(aiku'm)

sistance;

against

= WJ^. m

no

X ?)?o a whom there

rising up

[others:

utinam]

[Lat.

$;

/i,!.

to drive, press, urge.

1JD^

when,

e

^'IfX

yhx

(em)

re-

X7 DX

not,

Q^ mi. onlypZ. D'tpX(ymmi'm], people, nation.

HDS itt

(ama') V /

king no

HDX; di.

^'pvX

(glkanf') pr.n.m.

(glkosf) pr.n.m.,

1

(ammf) f, c DDg, D?naX, pi. niipX, fore-

native of ^'ft?X [a village in Galilee].

pr.w. of a

town

town

in Simeon.

in

lipil^K a town

kp'n)

in Judah.

pr.w.

in archi;

metro-

njDX

($mm3;') pr.n. of

of

a hill

near Gibeon.

riDX

see

4

HttW IT "

(umma')

.

/*,

only

nipx people, nation, rrinbx ITT IT": see nx.

Dan.

r

(glt

cubit;

polis.

"DX IT" pr.w. of a

ell,

tecture : foundation a

:'

c.

arm;

J^cO

i*

ninttX, niriDX, maidservant, female slave.

people,

militia].

TlDX T

iv.s.

/. ''

-

pi. is

certainly

,

certainly.

pDX

(anion)

m

>^-

tribe.

builder,

architect.

2*


m

20 2

prn.m.\ also

(amo'n)

1*lipS

it

8

yipn.

^D? (cmu'n), JJ D^D& fastened, p.

pi

adj..

|"13*DS

^n^DX,

nUl^S

Z.

firm-

fidelity,

honesty, conscientiousness,

firm,

D^S

i

ypS

(^LramrB)

firm,

a<#?\

rf?te$.

[h$$]

fyw,

pt-

'to

in

*|PS >-.

$

.1

l

droop,

only

adj.,

feeble.

(amj'm) pr.w. of a

town

ml ah. (aiiut'ii)

to

so

truly,

it!

*|pK

(o'mgn)

i"]3pS

m

truth, fidelity.

(amijn^')

/ firm cove-

nant; fixed wages. (nmijn^')

a

pr.n. of

river flowing through Da-

mascus [and the

of

which

(amjis'i)

faithfulness;

certainly,

nDDNl for

sorrowful,

D^^pfij weak,

DDS

pt. p.f.

fade,

be

wither; to to mourn.

pi.

a

mountain.

to fade, languish.

^^Jpx'p]

'PT'DS

of

top

of a

(anni'l)

adv.

be

m

(ymi'r)

summit

m

faithful;

strong, valiant.

Pui.

workmaster,

(5m?'n) adj. firm, true,

"]pN

")1JWN

^t}K

m

(jrajt'n)

artist.

S

see yijpx.

tree,

stand

to stop.

still,

D D\\\

see

i

"TDK

Hi.

to

to trust;

firmly,

*JpN (fmo'B) pr.n.m.

faithful,

to flPUU, fut. vpsi, ipx: hold fast by, to believe

faith.

yiDS

faithful,

lasting.

constant, W.8.

f.

security,

ness,

constant,

}V$)

pt.

(emCin^')

fut.

honest; to last, continue; to be nursed, supported;

faithful;

fidelity, trustiness.

)^,h

t

to be fastened, to be

pX" ll"TI" firm,

S ec

yips

Ni.

imr.se. 1

Ammon.

the Egyptian god

:

it

i"upN

(pm

nijpx,

njpS

that part

of

from

Antilibanus comes]. ?

f only

n$')

pi.

pilaster, column.

(gmn5')

/the bringing

up, nursing; adv. in truth, intr. to

make

firm,

bring up. nurse;

be firm;

truly.

fasten,

"]UpS

(jmno'n) pr.n.vi.

*'J>N

D3DK t it

' (omnu'rn). V*

pi.

guardian, fosterer, fT)fjfH

:

in

'

p;p it :

adv. .

truth, truly, verily.


YM

21

nnnpx "ISXnn

promise.

Hith.

be strong, vigorous; to be

to boast, to

be over-proud,

stronger, to prevail.

imperious.

ypN

(fmc'B) fut.

fX,

to

harden fut.

Pi.

strengthen,

to

;

to

make

to

Y$$)

fut.

strong,

YJ2XI

Hi.

select.

to

display

act

courage-

Yfilg.

strength,

to

ously.

Hith.

collect

one's

show

oneself

Y9\&fi

pZ.

c.

com-

'J?0 (imme'r) pr.n.m. (o'mgr)

song,

m

word, saying,

praise,

promise;

thing [like inn].

n i!9^ (W), only pi.

/,

others:

c.

H1P.S* (0mra')

nitpx, p Z. nnoK t -: ni"ipx word, utterance, c.

i

song.

reddish, bay [horse].

m eB) m 0?'

a'say'

mand, promise.

luN

resolved.

y?pX (fmo'B) adj., D^pN. strong;

i"]X,

ing, word, utterauce,

to

strength,

w.s.

npx

m,

(e'mer)

Dn^ls;,

to

vigorous, bold or quick; to be firmly

Y^*5

"1#

strength,

vigour.

JUrs

(emori')

rite,

chief

Amo-

pr.n.m. tribe

of

the

Canaanites.

rt^rpK (SmB?') f strength.

I^DK a (

maBy?') pr.n.m.

"1DK t i

inf. Tl&K, (imar) \ it' "ION v:> / V

of saying], w.s. fut.

i

,'

with 7 "1^1?

1.

H5fB|

(amBi'),

1M\

[in the

"HpX

"IB^l.

admonish,

praise;

to

name,

promise,

say to oneself, to com-

to think, intend;

mand.

Ni.

TP^P. to

be

said,

named;

it is

said.

Tpxn

to

1J3JHJ3,

make

.TIttN; a (

m$ry5'ht:ij

(frniWl) [king of Shinar,

Hammu-

^?TP*$

pr.n.m.

(Smif),

-|DX>1

sing. "lft X, to say,

call,

way

(imra'y); ^N?K (a m $ryr), ^ T"l^

to

say,

fut.

be

rabi].

&$$

(^'

m ^) m and

'<&/,

yesterday, last night.

fiDK w.s.

tion,

(emg'0-) [from DJDX.] /, Vipx. firmness, dura-

certainty,

faithfulness,

Hi.

honesty.

to

JTi??^

security,

faith,

($mt*'w-)

truth,

/;

w.s.


^nsx

22 i

^^"^ bag, sack.

1?

I,

whither?;

)$!& w.

HJN

"^^

7])$}

hither and thither. see

H3K v T

see

($'nng)

inteij.

r

(5na

"It? 2 M^N ITT

Pi. ' * (sar) cause to meet. /

V

^N

H5K IT'

to

Pu. H3N T I

1

.

to

Um_N,

m

H3X

e (

pr.n.m.

only

M.

a (

a (

lament, mourn.

ni'rf)nu)

i.p.

abbreviated selvcs.

pron.

0nJ8 :

,

pers.

once UX,

UnJ we,

MM.

to

i|fl

be

to

heavily,

angry. be angry.

*]3$<rn to

/ an unclean

n5f5')

heron.

RJN

(?.Ki'k)

groan,

1. p/.,

to urge,

bird, parrot, sandpiper, or

r\Jg}

lament, sighing.

^HrO

D:k

Ail.

(*n'f)

"1??? np's)

($ n &'$),

lo sigh,

(an&'fi), p<.

compel. breathe

man, human being, mankind.

^T^

pers.

myself.

I,

only fiftfc. TJ.Sp.n complain, to murmur.

*g

(eno's)

OJN

IP.iS (jnjl'n),

ity [for a quarrel].

see

pron.

(*'nod&r)

sing., i.p.

P2$

t^ljN

metal

the

?n

plummet, plumb-line.

\

befall,

^IjS

nt}%

pi.

nr5'm) pr.n.m.

n(t'c^)

(

Jlith. happen. rijNrin to seek opportun-

to

coB. ships,

/ lamenta-

nlyy5')

a (

--*,y

to sigh, lament.

)

sing.

- ^X.

a

lead;

"IK. It

i

f

mourning.

PV^^f

pray! pray thee!

I

a (

tion,

fitf.

HjN

N2S,

I.

pron. pers.

(

ship.

*|K

.

till

[alsonSX] whither? where?

long?;

ai')

(

I myself

)XQ V$ n i') m an d / when? a fleet. loc. H HJK TSJJ (niyy5') /,

where?

how long?

a

p.O rfi'.

"pN]

[corn p.

whence?;

how

p rM

(n?'d)ar'9-)

-:

a town in Issachar.

"'IHTpS (amitt^'y) pr.n.m. (? n )

Itt

our-

jPJNH, as Q.

fut.

j?jX}.

njJJK (.nvkr)

/,

the

e.

sighing, complaint, ing.

tO

(

Xi.

sigh. pt.

pjg \,

imp.

same

r-:x, moan-


W1X

IDS

23

B$J

(ana's) pt. p.

make

sicken, to pt. p.

sick,

ill,

melancholy

to

tiftft

withdraw, to take

to

;

incurable; sorrowful

bring up the rear. 51DJO to assemble, v:iv

bad,

wicked.

W1W

to be sick to death.

Ni. fut.

gathered

e.

i.

fathers,

TpDX

^DS

(afip'n)

gather

m damage,

m, pi. "npX cord, fetter, bond. (ael'f)

m

hurt.

DniDK

to be

;

to

in-

^DK Hith.

gathered.

F]DPm

harvest,

Pu.

to re-

to

diligently,

be

to

Pi. *]EX

ceive, to close. to

gathering time.

TDK

to die]

oil-flask.

(efiu'r)

be

fore-

withdrawn,

disappear.

m

(pu'cl))

5pD

one's

[to

pr.n.m.

($6?')

Ni. to

li

received,

NpN

a march,

close

to

incurable;

:

,

[feet]

away;

be gathered

to-

gether.

5"|pS

(aBa'f)

pr.n.m.

x

(afii'r)

m, also "Tfp

(^fiJ'r^J.D^DK, prisoner, captive, exile.

F]pS (afio'f) m, only D s BpX, gathered-in visions, store.

8

"PpX

pr.n.m.

(jBBj'r)

DDS

t|DS

only

m,

(afigi'm)

pi.

pro-

pZ.

D^ftDN store house, gran-

(p'figf)

(ofife')

m

,

pi

c

'SQN

.

ingathering, harvest.

nSDS

a (

Befa)

/assemblage;

seizure, imprisonment.

ary.

ri^DK

($Bna')

HSjQS

pr.n.m. or

king

Assyrian

[an

nSDX

pr.n.m.

(Qfinappa'r)

a

dignitary].

(afiyppa')

(afi^'ft) pr.w,/.

*]DX

(afia'f)

[fut.

1. smjf.

[of

:

men].

FjpSDN

rODS

only pi. wise

/,

niED^ assembly

(afiafBu'f)

mixed

^DH.

m,

iv.

art.

multitude,

rabble.

j9<.

^DN

collect,

to

fut.

receive,

protection;

and

w.s.

w.s.]

to

P]DK^

to

also

gather,

draw together, to to

take under

draw

up

SriSDS

(afipa'O-a)

pr.n.m.

fut.

1D^,

[Persian].

"|D

(sfi^'r)

'

w.s.

in/. ^rn.98,1, 1D1*', p*. p. liDX to bind,

iipK),

fetter; to seize,

to

put in


HEX

24 I

harness

to

to

put prison or in yoke; to begin, join [battle]; to charge oneself ;

to

with,

engage;

captive, prisoner.

pt. p. Ai. fut.

to be fettered, to be

"tCN"'

Pu. "lEK held captive. to be taken captive.

rHEus

iv. s.

vow

*!DK

(leeri'r),

nncx,

^r

(e B

) ttl)

rpi.os.

pi. ivs.

renun-

of abstinence,

ciation.

H,?-

(*PPS'4Bb)

(afiarrfjitddo'n)

pr.n.

[king of Assyria].

H3TIDX

w.s.

>

Vl=, palace. nss (afr) fut. n2s\ ns bake;

HDK,

pZ.

P|K,

^Z.

pt, /'

,;

to

D'pk HlBk

female baker or cook. Ni. fut. !"||$0 to be baked.

*2S, >Ti5DN

(cfp')

arfy.

now,

then, consequently.

^"JH'IpS

m

rns*j

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

baker,

1D8

c.

(afuddg-) /,

T

(gfitc'r)

1 ,

IDS

ephod or

Esther

pr.n.f.

TiSiS

of

n

(cfp'd)

official

priests,

the

garment

especially

of

the high-priest, a bipartite

[Persian: star, bliss],

covering.

[U)

*]$

addition,

conj.

[denoting

climax

or

and

phasis], also, too,

and

even,

even

em-

2

F]X,

(itf)

iv. s.

[from PJUJ] m, i.p. 'Bg heavy breath-

ing, anger, wrath; nose. du. D?Bg, c. ^>S the nostrils,

nose,

anger,

face;

wrath; two persons.

DPPKSK

1?

see n>f*

(W4) m.

'?*?

ITSK

yet,

more;

P)B-*]S as well as; >3 P)K even more; in questions: is it so? really?

*]S

"^

>^;

pr.n.m.

pr.n.m.

h^^il'\)adj.Jlpir\^^ late in ripening.

D

^

($PP*'yH pr.n.m. 1

F*?? fcft'k) m, c. p^8, pj. D^;DN c. ^38, river:

bed,

p^S

2

a<$.

(gfj'k)

strong,

powerful. see

pSX

.

:

s !DjS

to

,

bottom,

channel, stream, brook, river.

p^S8

///.

surround, gird, put on.

(?fp'd)

(afj'a^)

(p'fgl) darkness, concealment; misfortune.

?SK

(jfl'l)

rt(

/j.

dark.


deep darkness.

TvSS

te.s.

only pZ.

n,

circumstance,

(Qfna'v)

to

(ffe'fi)

cease,

end,

c.

dust,

ashes,

"1SK

to

(afc'r)

head-cover,

(efro'a^)

only

i,

pi.

bird, nest-

DTHSK, young ling.

disappear.

pZ.

in

(f'fgr)

a

of

pr.n.

nothingness.

nnSN

see ISiX. NT

DSK

in Judah.

tiara.

turn, due time. I

(afcka')

town "ISDN

VJDX

DSK

npJDS

pr.7i.rn.

(gfl$'l)

(o'fgn)

*jSX

1SS IT

hm

25

nzsx

(g'feB)

du.

to,

D?D?N\

\DEX, end, extremity;

Q^nSS

(gfra'ylm) pr.n.m.

riT.SK

w.

(efrS'O-),

foe.

du. soles of the feet; adv.

H nniSX pr.n., older name t t v r

no more, not, except, only; DS$5 with-

for

:

i

at

an end, *?

out;

DStf

only

that,

however.

D^OT DSS

(g'fgfi

dammi'm)

adv.

(afBi')

except,

nothing besides.

breath, nothingness.

HVSS

(fe')

e.g.

($fa'f)

1SS$]

dhs#.

(gfra^r) pr.n.m.,

a

w

and / adder,

jlIlaK (gBbp'n) pr.n.m.

w..

$??,

finger, index, toe;

finger-

yasaj (sow)

hWM

(aBi'l)

extremity,

[not contracted, to

ite.

/,

breadth.

viper, basilisk.

^l??

valent to

^riTSK

Bethlehemite; an Ephraim-

a place in Judah. pr.w. of

IpSS

Bethlehem; also equi-

involve,

m, pi.

remote

c.

*?K corner*

adj. noble, chief person.

to

surround.

P,?? (stf-'k) only pS^P.n to control

ffito.

or

re-

(affk)

pr..

T^N

(sBjjl'l)

[derived from

put aside, to take away, withdraw, refuse.

752N] to

strain oneself.

pSS

joint [knuckle, elbow].

of

towns

in northern Palestine.

Ni.

7EKJ

to be taken away,


hxx

W*

26

to be

reduced.

72NIT-

to take

,

*1

t'ttX

side

?SX *

:

.

i

prep, at the

;

close

beside,

of,

,J

u/.s.

^H?

O'e'l) n, only ^Z.w.s. their heroes.

H'"1 i

region

side,

awn jv.

m.

x / (f'Bei) \T

vi"

Hi. fut.

^KIX ^y$

to,

weave

pr.n. of a place. a

^7J<5RJ

B*lys'hy) pr.n.m.

(

ambush.

Pi.

D^IN'P

lurkers,

(o'Bgm) pr.n.m.

HTJttttJ ($B 5dr) /bracelet, step-chain.

up,

p. "$

to

store

up.

At. fut.

3 J.^7

?f5

W I

H^IpN

- T and

(gkd5'$)

ling precious buncle.

m

r

ipK

($kkp

)

nnps V T I

II

m

m I

[for

car-

'7?1?

b^l _ ,.

.

(Sri*') /,

roe [or wild

see

H?^?

pi.

c.

locust,

locust.

Orubb?*)

lattice,

np?. T

only

"

(WHT)

migratory

/,

pi. Pi21"li<

window, dove-cote,

l

Nipx]

latticed see

outlet

for

the

smoke. i

a

cun-

plot,

nl3"]N, intrigue, plot,

^ (

ambush,

ambush,

(orbo')

Hrl^

"IX see 1iX.

^ J.^

m

(3'rgb)

T

a spark-

stone,

:

I

nS"lj?8

a town

***?"]?? Ob?'l) pr.n. [K n^3] of a place in Naphtali.

goat]. - V npK,

r^'b) pr.n. of

ning, deceit.

pr.n.m.

(f'Bgr)

see

[for

lurking-place.

see "LBiK. IT

"lttX IV

a

2"jK

fut. 1. sm^. n^iN} to appoint one treasurer.

"1S IT

(

heap

be stored up.

m

pi.

Hers in

in Judah.

(*B*'r)

"(8$. to

coll.

pt.

2,1^3] to form an ambush.

e

"TON

3JK,

3^g

Hi. fut.

to in

lie

lurking, lurker;

wait.

^**^

to

to lurk; pt.

ambush,

3 TIN

n^

/%!.

plots,

near.

^S( 5 Bri)i?r.w.in.[i.p.^S];

pr.n.m.

($r' e ir)

(?r&'b)

a

1?

(

place in

rybbp'&) pr.n. of a

Judah nearSochoh.

r

r?

)

see

pr.n.m.

^sns. ......

** )v?

(.rbj')

habitant of

pr.n.m.,

3pTN.

in-


ms

27

V?!^

1

c.

nyais, A*.

num.

(rirb^L")

four;

nyj"]8,

DJ1V318

m "PHS

f,

fourfold; pi.

only pi

ad/.j

(srw'z)

D^TIX,

cedrine,

firm

like

cedar-wood.

D^lV forty. V51^

2

c

pr.n.m.

($rb,' )

[ail

Anakite giant].

HDVIS to

plait, :

-H.N

weave;

3J1X.

pt.

i

(g'rgg)

w

plait, texture

DD11N

m

"]D^X

chest, box.

(&rgam?['n)

m

purple,

a

for

Edomites.

DDilflX]

[for

jN

*j*i1X

(aro'n)

and m,

/"

c

chest, box, coffin [for

mummy]; 11^52 $

a

see

Hith.

ark

HHyn $

of the

ark

purple cloth.

covenant; the testimony;

of

ark of God, the Dvfrx'N -: v: sacred ark containing the tables of the law.

JQ (&rd) pr.n.m.

i

P^"]X

(&rdo'n) pr.n.m.

"Q

(frg;')

to pull,

pluck

mJ

1

(a r g,vnf')

JjS

pr.n.m.

collect.

off,

2 HIS r^-mX] titJ tit

lilS -:

WIN] i*

-:

T"1X

4

IISt

see

L

i

OH jl

IK ($rg 5 v$'n) see 1J541S(&rggi'z)

of

;

in Bashan. reoion o

^")X

pr.n.

miswritten

v:

i

a

of

pr.n.

(argo'b)

O^DuN

D^HX

weaver's shuttle.

^JH^

(nryma')

place near Sichem.

HTHX weaver. it

/. '

con-

recovery, healing, valescence.

s

i-

r o'd) (a / \

^p.E

r ,-...

the

in-

:

(* rz ?')

^^X

T\f$

[ITftK]

c.

nVlH,

crib,

only

pZ.

(yrvo'O-)

and

/",

manger,

set of horses.

pZ.

stable,

'

/ cedar-work. to

wander,

PHX

(pre'a^),

(?r&'$)

travel; pi.

($rva)

n.X,

cedar; panel L

of cedar-wood.

HT^

pt.

habitant.

nj^X

i.p.

t1X D^hx, t -:' c I"

lilt? (&rvgL'd) pr.rc. of a Phenician city, Arvad or Aradus;

m,

(g'rgz)

.

i

D^rTlX

wanderer,

traveller.

\ly

n^N

(? r &'^) pi'.n.m. (o'r$d))

/ aud m,

w>.s.


nmx t

i

:

w0"1S

28

i

inis

im-rtio'),

nirnx

pi.

*P^-

ma ke

^

long,

to

lengthen, prolong, extend,

JTiniS, path, way, manner of life, manner, condition,

wanderer, caravan.

lot;

nrn

^^)

pi.

/,

~?0$

cara-

a

"ICH^

(

r

ru^5

pT.nnii*

allowance;

a (

m,

dish

D>nS

pi.

:

Jerusalem

m

lion

of

the heroic city, the hearth of

;

;

(g'rgc$)

m length,

delay

.

m,

(p'rgrfi)

^]")>S

length,

(grko'),

w.s.

i^"!*S

duration,

patience.

HD"1S / t \

altar.

God,

"nS

^]"1^ (g'rgd)) pr.n. of a city in Babylonia.

,

lion. (nri'?'l)

f HD-l^,

adj.,

[see also TJHS]

rf)

God, hero

( 5 ro'd))

l

of greens.

hinx -K'HX

1\}%

long, enduring.

f portion,

)

c.

D?2X ""IX

patient;

forbearing.

TO

van.

"HN

(5r?') 0$., only

long,

mi^k,

travelling company,

delay; intr. to be long, to abide, sojourn.

see

'

-:

i

HDnx. it -:

pr.n.m, inhabi/?"]^ tant of ^"JN, a town in (&rkj')

(arid0-5')

=

[Persian

pr.n.m.

Palestine.

Aridaens].

HJH-

m

Gto?)

and /

lion,

lioness.

"I

.

nns it

=]

;

see

:.

t

:

(^1'yp'df))

I

[for

\

the

pr.n.m. T].}nK

:

]

see

T T (arffi^'y)

pr.n.m. [Per-

sian].

Nahor;

Araraaea of the

two

Mesopotamia.

:i-

i

-:

rivers,

(tjirmo'n)

niJp"lti>j

palace,

i,

pi.

c.

castle,

citadel. i3

to Btretch,

to be

long,

to

jN

on.

Hi. V," ^/!, 1

fut

-

(ni\imnu') pr.n.m.,

pi.

D^tpi^./TI'plK.Aramaaii. -: ir i

wear

of

grandson

Dnn: D1X J1U ]N

1?^"1?

Aramaea,

and people therein, from descended Aram,

i

^1*5

D1X

Syria,

nm i

Jv?

e.

(r$'m) pr.n.,

[mountain-land] (ry?') pr.n.m.

j-

E^K

'

'

-:

Syrian, Mesopotamian.


n 7?>'

n

,)

p"lTK(a r a m i^) adv. [/from in

the

Syrian

lan-

'P^X Aramaean], Aramaean

or

,r^}*j (^rmoni') pr.n.m. (

ar

1*5

pr.n.m.

'n)

(<?'

:

"H?

a cedar or

pine [perh. miswritten for

FQ-HK J

'V

pr.n.m.

(o'rgn)

pr.w.

Moab

between

river

a

of

and

Ammon.

to

curse,

pt.

"1X.3

and ^"JX

(arany?')

=

(Qrn^'n) pr.n.m. J,^

lUI^X.

(arpa'd)

jor/rt.

city in Syria near

~nx

of

a

Hamath.

the Chaldeans or Northern

Shemites.

w

n nsix, ni?"J [as a

s,

c.

*

of

the

a

of

(argraf) pr.n.

TH

( ar 5rl')

W^f

pr.n.m.

frTX [with take a wife, to Ph. t&HX, pt. f Pi.

(ara'6)

to

espouse.

be

to

nunX

engaged,

uni-

/

(are'sgO-)

desire,

wish.

xnt^nnnx

{&&$$&*),

xr,D^'nnix, xnp^'nrnx, pr.n.m., Artaxerxes I. Longi-

1*^1^*^

(cs)

D?t*/X

flame

of Persia.

pr.n.m.

(afiar'e'l)

pr.n.m.

(afirrel)

/ and m, fire, heat;

of

the earth [opposed

*&X

w.s.

lightning;

war;

wrath;

radiance, glitter. ;

land, ground,

country,

territory.

i.p.

and high mountain in Armenia; all Armenia.

^. E*K

m'S'lX the earth

to heaven] soil,

\six,

fut.

to be cursed.

^0"lfcpXl .5.

body

verse],

Ho.

1

"IX l

manus, king

/ and m, w. an.

(e'reB)

Ni.

cursed.

to curse, to cause

n^lXp

"ft???")- (arpad)sa'd)pr.n.n., a son of Shem, father of

71$

he

betrothed.

{? (arna'n) pr.n.m.

7?H*5

execrate. to

a curse.

Ht^'X]

nyi

m

district

(>ne'bfr) / a hare. (amo'n)

'.V2

^'HIX

p. nx, nix, T&, f* "OH, J**- 1Vft,

ttTHX jl*?

imp. IX,

(fr&'r)

A'.

m

r en)

N,rP K (*rBa") pr.n.m.

(5'rrf-iu),

guage.

\?-f-\

hiu? x

20

fatherland,

C^X

(js)

bnt&to

=

l# there

(pbfi);

is.

li

t

:

v


30

Ytf'K

(fisb^n);

^,3^ "T^K

(*sbr

y^tp'

m

of

water,

Dedan. * 1

^^^ of

c.

where

mountain

"nntW$

THl^N

(SLsdo'd)

the

of

cities,

pr.n.,

Philistine

five

Azotus, Ashdod.

= n^"X

n^X

(

B^H w..

w.

im5') pr.n. of

an

Hamath.

= HTt^X

or

pr.n.m.

support, prop. a

^J?^*J

in

A p.

(5SyV)

nTli^X, idol in

: '

rrrVx [see rn]. nt^s (issr) /, c. ntr'x,

district

(ySf^y'r)

T3?? one

pr.n.. a native

[a

"lit^j

Asher].

waters flow together.

a

( sqrJ')

de-

ri'HC'X outpouring;

clivity

from

descended

tribe,

the flowing

discharge

D'Hitt'X

pi.

watered place.

Babylonia, Persia] an Arabian

Syria,

);

(SSb*"*l) pr.n.m.

(g'ggd)

out,

tJStfK

S ee (5

.T^*X,

i') ,, only pi.

c.

\$W'l< foundations, ruined remains.

woman, wife, female; with ntf^Bto (aj5') f.pinw'w'x ninx or my"] the one- the and V '

oy ^'X

:

other; every one, each

ntPK

m,

(issr)

offering,

c.

n#x,

pz.

cake,

pan-

cake.

c.

burning,

burnt-

holocaust,

sacri-

a

"^'X.

[/].

,

testicle.

Q^tTtS

see

D3tf

#i.

fice.

^St^K*

ITIttfK see TO"X. -: it T it

(ggkp'l)

:

nipbtft* i

ptPK

TOj

onlyc. ptt'X perh.=

c.

:

ni/St^X, cluster

pZ.

TO,

ni^rr'N IT .ti of grapes,

grape, raceme.

"MPK c.

(jsu'r)

,,

pj.

ont^x

'n.f'X step, gait; =-|itt'Xf] :

a kind of cedar [sherbin]. 1

"l^S "llt&'X [in

( J5

o'r)

= "WX.

(ggg$'r) pr.w.

Assyria

some passages Including

a

^i\S

(fifik?!)

an

pr.7i.m.

of

of

a

Amorite; pr.w. valley near Hebron. TDSti'S

5

(-isk n&'z) pr.n.m. of a Japhetite, son of Gromer, and his race [Armenia;


according to the Rabbins:

Germany]. ISti'iS

m

(ggk$'r)

barter,

gift, tribute.

ware;

T^X

m

(fggl)

DtTS 1

(

tamarisk,

and

5 e'm)

qff$

to lie waste.

Ni. DgtoJ to suffer for, to Hi. imp.

destroyed.

to punish, destroy.

D^'NH

(555'm) m, U.*. iD^'S,

DtWJT pi

Q

*}WR

($5'l)

D'BSPX,

(as/m) /*. q#$;, qtfx.; to be guilty, to trespass; to atone;

]}$X (gVn)

two

of

rj3t^N (Pn?') pr.n. towns in Judah. pr.n.

a

of

town in Judah.

grove, wood.

be

Wx

31

"!3B>'N

m,

p.

only

ma-

enchanter,

gician. *

HEL^N

($ P 5') / quiver. a

Hftb

(&Sp*')

only

/,

nbl^'N taken as a sing, m]

pi.

also

is

[which

dirt,

dunghill.

*^?^

pr.n.m.

(^sp^n^'z)

[Persian].

,

DtPK bound

guilt,

fault,

p^'N;,

trespass

trespass-offering.

;

(5e'm)

adj. guilty,

to atone.

l^^^

m

(esp^'r)

a measure

for fluids, cup, portion.

nSKW

(9rf&)

only

f,

pi.

dunghill.

ninctf"X, npt&to (jgm*') /, c. np#g, c pi hiO^'N niDt^'N fault, ^1ppt^8 ($k : ,

as

idol,

guilt;

trespass,

worshipped sinfully;

tres-

"jD^S

(&sm&'n) m, only pi. D^ftt^'N, darkness, desolate

place [others:

fat,

healthy].

nnDCfX,nTlD^S(asmur5 '

nibtftj',

(pmo'reO-)

pi.

/,

one

Philistine

Askalon;

'pfrfjipfc

of

m, w.s.

window.

walk

to

Pi. "lt^'N to go,

lead, direct the right

make happy,

')

c.

(5rr)

straight.

nounce happy. to

to

Pu.

way; pro-

T

;

N

be made happy.

'ffrv

of a

the night].

lattice,

"IJ^N

to

niTiO^'x,

night-watch [third part

npTt^S (gsn^'b)

cities,

l?'n) pr.n.,

five

the inhabitant.

pass-offering.

and nib'f'N

the

of

!

^1V$, IC^K

0^' r ) prn.m.] pr.n. town east of Shechem. (agg'r)

particle

de-

noting relation, correspond-


I

our pron.

to

ing all

in

rel.

genders and numbers: that;

also

dependent

sen-

which,

who,

opening

tences: that, how, because, mm

nU? \$ where; when; DtSto'lttto v itiv -: whence; l#g3 since because where '

"Ij^'JO

as.

;

far

in so

as;

Ity'ND from where, since.

"ItPN

(g'ggr)

X

is

e. i. happy man; Sp^tftJ hail happy art thou.

(fiSif),

ltt>X, T .

of

happiness

WX I

T

rix see nnx.

fix,

nx

1

(c^)

or plough-share. 2

m

u>^.

($o-),

[properly

substance]

denoting the

8

*"^

(?a),

'pK,

US

de-

away

nX3

near; from.

at,

see niX, and

nx

(8W&1)

king

prep.,

[also "'fix,

2 .

pr.n.m.

of Sidon].

/,

a Phe-

[sometimes

identified

with n"]n^y];

or

?S(iW3 [rx]p/. unx, mp. n'nx;., x'rvi''

image

()

'nx.

D5PX

&c], w ith,

[a (ager?')

OnVx

pillar of the goddess.

pi.

nnxn ni'a

rnx,

[for

[for

i.

; ,/.

/w.

r^r^l

nx'if

to

come, to come to pass, to to pass away; pt. f ITPriX future things,

impend, EfflApo.

to

oneself strong, firm.

3Ht\S IT* VI" see 7\Vf$

"nx

DDnX

existence,

^55^$

pr.n.m.

tt^'Xnn (hJ&WS)

pf.

agri-

cultural tool: mattock, hoe

from,

(W8)

inx,

,.,.

,

DTlX and DTlX, an

r

5

nician goddess of prosper-

tPBft

town in Judah.

a

u>..

bx-it^x (awrfi), r&x-jt^

ity

pr.w. of

termined accusative.

I

l& nV}#*

and

c

5 (gSt mo'a )

ylpljtf^

particle

see

HT^X

pr.n.m.

(fiSthnT)

the

to thee,

I

(as^r""?!?')

(gsto'n)

Hfpn^iS

(?),

w'x.

PTJgfK,

^JI^X

TIX, Tjnx,

happiness.

"lt^X %

(ggt^Yl) pr.. of a town in Dan; pMf.ytCjlptffy.

the

W.. ntftj

m,

(o'ggr)

c.

bliss;

man,

"ItPK

pi.

happiness,

"H^'X,

tt^xn

only

m,

^iSntrS

:

i

,

,

I

nnx T T

32

IBte

show

pi.

Hi. .*"!" coming events. rnn '[or [for nnx-]. pi.

imp. pi.], to bring.


I

33

T

nri>? /!,

(Uta),

n

m, P)N 2. 5zn(7.

pron. pers.

(att)

thou,

H*^

(?^5'm)

=

VT

JEEOSj see

Hith.

Arabian desert.

TiDriN adv.

(a^'u)

c

/,

iinx

.

: ,

niJn^, she-ass.

/>Z.

^

C^ttf)

P^N

(gO-mu'l)

pinX] m,

m, HirUS and "jPN (atte'na)

4

(&ttg'n)

/,

pron. pers.

2. pZ.

you, yourselves.

old,

DHX. V

S ee

|

""B*?9 (^na') / reward.

V*?9 (3W)

]^K

pr.w.w.

(eO-na'n)

(atte'm)

[HinN ]

of

formerly,

yesterday.

ruTIN T

flK thou [/].

(atti'k) [also

Eft^

it-

v

:

in,

"J^K,

i.p.

J

i

.

;

i

reward, harlot's hire.

D ^?^

O^ari'm) pr.n. of a place in southern Palestine.

the second letter of the

alphabet,

= = 2L

Hdak

^irpX

I

=

pi. D^Jp^HS, portico, gallery.

^

(efrmo'i),

(iftmo'l),

fin*

an

of

jpr.ri.

encampment on the border of the

thyself.

*01*}#

\N1 Tl? *1>0

called

^2

rV3, tent; as a

(befr)

numeral

2 or 2000. 5

combined with the

prep.] def.

art.

%

qj,

at,

to,

on,

*3

D^S

in

pr.n.

towards; according because of.

to,

HiXl

(biV) / entrance.

"1X2,

(b$'*'r) Pi.

1N2

to

"IS?, imp. to ex-

engrave,

plain.

Hebrew-English.

by,

**

*-

i

;

7

5

pr.n. of several

(b '?'r)

places.

ws-

among, with,

rrhidi, J

[once

v:i

I

n? &c,

3, 2, 3, T 1a,

hnx_iv

't*

prefix or inseparable

(b )

c.

pit, well.

"IfO a

of

border

of

ell'm)

(be'c'r

on

place

Moab

[well

the of

the heroes].

Ti V2 15? roT) pr.n. of a desert living,

5

0>

[prop, well i.

e.

iwv

Tr

well in the

God,

of

the

looking

upon me]. 3


34

y3#

"183

JQt*

"liS2 (b 5 'c'r

s$W) pr.n.

and place on the southern frontier of Pa-

of a well

[prop, well of the

lestine oath].

")>0

"13

~+

(beb&'y) pr.n.m.

^rr^

pr.n.f., w.

(bsbg'l)

loc.

H n^22, Babylon; Babylonia

Persia

including

[prop, gate of God]..

see 113.

maa (bw) it":

*n*o, it":

v

pr.n. m.

ITnfcO

^

(b$f)

m

food [or booty].

TS} OWN)

/to.

tke

ifr?,

to act secretly, to deceive,

pr.n. of a

5

(b

'cro'-9-)

town in Benjamin;

gent.

cheat, betray, forsake, fall off;

D

pt. pi.

1

^?

tne re ~

crcant, impious.

nvuo

IBBTlJa b 5 n?'

pr.n. of

y$>k5'n)

tT>0

to be foul or

(b'8,'S)

,

w.s.

*^3 ,

robe,

dress,

make

to

nity, robbery.

Ni. oneself

5

(bo' ? do'&) flpl.

nl"T^Q

faith-

:

stinking,

tt^*an,

i.

fut.

e.

hated.

Hi.

defamed.

Hith.

tr3nn

become odious.

tWO

5

(by's^'m) stench, stink. (bri'o's)

m,

only p&.

unripe,

useless

ous.

(%^'y)

[Per-

pr.n.m.

sian].

bbfc i

see fel. itt

:

KrD2

(bl^d-r) pr.n.m. [Per-

also

sian];

inf?.

1

grapes.

nt^KS

(b5^p'd) adj., only / treacherrni32, IT IT) faithless,

^,1??

D#iO

m, w.s.

(b '5')

tWO Cp^Q

lessness, treachery.

t^N^ to make TU2,

stinking, loathsome, hated,

(bjfST)

/"

foul plant,

weed.

ran o^r) [of

(bg'ggd)

[without dagesk],pZ. D )I|3, once riTp, c H.??, cover-

cloth; concealment, malig-

U/X2)

to

1^2

ing, garment,

pr.n.m.

(V'erJ')

loathsome, to stink. i

an

in the desert.

encampment ^"1N2

(be'tro'o-

/,

a

rp?

the eye], pupil.

5

apple

"T?

(bW)

pZ.

0^3,

[from c.

TJJ]

m,

\\i.3,

separa-

tion, separable part

p,2? *5

part

by

parts];

part, pi.

at

parts

equal the

of


12

tea

35 limbs;

body,

a

of

parts

tree, branches, poles, bars;

12 ?

<J|

(b?dfi) w, only

c.

?,13,

part, flap [of the ear].

1

adv. separately, apart,

alone;

except,

besides, 1

Vj? ? I alone,

by myself.

m, pZ. 0*33, white linen, linen clothes.

"D

m

(H4)

:

idle talk,

>H2, for

(bfd5')

0X"T3,

0KT3

_p*.

w..

invent

(bfda'd) pt.

[in

TT12

to

be

lonely,

(bfdj'd)

adv.

m

separation;

Xlr?]

[also

sepa-

rately, alone. T

~2

*ni

(badH'k)

[for

inf.

pi*]3,

to

repair, rebuild.

P7!l (b^dek)

mi.

t.p.

P13. gap,

dilapidation. (bidka'r) pr.n.m.

"l]P"T!!l

(bo'hv) m [always preceded by inn], emptiness,

chaos.

m

ttil? (b&'hat)

(Vda'd) pr.n.m.

see

p|12

pr.n.m.

}J"Q

solitary.

*H2

(Vda'n)

w.s. TJfpTIl, rent, cleft,

lie.

be

to

separated,

yi'2.

prater,

to

an evil sense], to

T12,

bdellium,

only pi. 0*33,

prattle; liar.

braggart,

m

5

(b do'ia#)

an aromatic resin [according to the Rabbins pearls]. :

"D a (m) 3

PiTH!!

a marble-

like stone, alabaster.

%

H^rQ

adj. shining,

(bahf'r)

,

!~!

H2l

h*T2

(bed^y?') (Vdi'l)

pr.n.m.

m,

jp

D^H3, ^H2

[mixed

lead-alloy

bright.

with

silver], tin.

^TQ

(badal) Ni.

t5

"^,

/".

to separate oneself.

7H3?, be separated or selected.

to

Hi.

^33!1,

7H5H, fut. h^l, p<- ^3?^j to sever,

separate, select,

out.

divide,

discern,

distinguish,

(baha'i)

tH^T,

Ni. ^j?;,

be

to

M

terrified,

frightened,

perplexed;

to

be

overhasty;

to

quick,

flee;

pt.

f T^TTVl)^ sudden

destruction. ^Ij3,

M

Pi. ?rj'3j inf.

^p3;

to frighten,

confound, perplex; to accelerate, to do in haste.

Pu.

shut 2?.

be hastened, gotten in haste.

?!j2l to

'Pnilip

3*


^3

3G

rfena I

,

in. *v"3n, fat. ? ,inj to frighten, to scare away.

n;H2(brhmrO/,/>^ni?n3, sudden de-

terror,

fright,

to go,

pass;

(b%?mfO

c.

/,

npjjj,

to travel.

K*nn.

in.

rsnn,

IV. S.

N3H

and

in/:

JplOJjq,

struction.

nprn

till thy coming, one comes; to come to

[inf. W.S.] till

andlOSp,

imp. K3JI

K'JJJJ,

\S\3n and

/&.

KpJ,

p. K'pO to come in, to lead

cause,

*3ri,

'

nlDnal

nlDD3

c.

beast,

tame

mammal,

brute,

or

[used

r!i!j3 hip-

c.

Ho.

nX3ri,

popotamus, Nile-horse. 1*13

(bo'h^n)

nfoha

pZ.

/,

[from yin?] thumb, big toe.

|U~

(bo'h$n)

^r.jz.m.;

of a place in

pHS

pr.n.

Benjamin.

m

(bo'hyk)

to

in,

put

in, to

in;

to

lead; to offer, to bring on.

m

(Vhemp'-9-)

as a sing.],

to

bring

wild animal.

n*Dij2

NZPl,

a whitish

breaking-out on the skin.

K3to

to in.

(buz) fut.

[13],

disdain,

f

ring,

to be led

be brought,

iu,

put

7*2

3.

JOiH, pt.

pf.

and

\\2*

to

to

pi.

be

13

despise,

treat

with con-

m

contempt,

tempt.

T1S

(buz)

scorn, derision.

J"HD?

(bah^rdO-)

/,

pi.

nilHS, white spot on the

Tl3

(byz) pr.n.m.,

bian tribe;

an Ara-

ge>it. '].*3

[also

skin.

pr.n.m.].

ntttrm = it t

n&tfns, t t i

:

:

J

see

Uffff Ho.

Si2

(bp)

pf.

[l.pj, also

i/.

and

Ufl

N3,

K13,

ptt], \S2, uN3,

K*B in,

'?ri

to

g

pt.

N3

for UK3/J,

imp.

N12

/W.K& in

>

step

to enter, to turn in, to

alight, to set [of the sun]; to

come,

arrive;

Jj$3 1*1

PTO

(boza')

f

object

of

contempt.

11? 0>&w&'y) pr.n.m. [perh. Persian].

T]n

(by*) ME. "13:, pt. T|3:,

^Z.

E*,?3J, to be confused,

bewildered, to go astray. (bqi) m produce, fruit; branch, bough.

?*i3


37

fca

?}3

m

eighth month

in waiting.

old

Hebrew year

to

(byl)

the

of

to

[November J13 see

HJu 3tl

112

December].

appoint

"p3.

D13

(bvu)

2.

on;,

/irf.

D

S

p*.j>i.

D3]' to tread

[for

down,

to

crush.

P?7.

CDi3

to

tread

down,

trample on, profane. Ho. pt. D31D to be crushed foot.

nDDiSOp down,

Hith. pt.

be

to

to be

f trodden

abandoned

to

m

(buB) byssus, a fine white cotton or linen

yfi

(boBe'B) pr.n. of a rock.

n^2

(bor)

*5 (Hz) K12.

m,

pi

cistern,

imp.

nil's pit,

well;

iv.S.

P]?3 (bizza'h),

(

b 5z5') to cut

dun-

to

through,

(*

pt. !i2

wi

fut ni3\ IV

b5z5r ')s

.

'

:

PI13, pi.

v

"7

w. s. 'IS,

|

p.

to despise; tnb. to

Ni.

9

p.

be pt.

be despised.

Hi.

make

con-

only

I"!13

ni]2n

to

temptible.

iTG

(bazo') adj.,

c.

despised.

B>i3,

tfi3K

ashamed,

to

/.

#3,

/".

be or

feel

be confounded,

be disappointed; I2H3

till

dis-

flow through.

inf.

geon, grave.

to

?,

herdsman,

tt>i3 (b?s) pf. tfa, efla,

fi^ln?,

/ shame,

(bus?')

HJ.SO to

m

(bokc'r)

shepherd.

and

dis-

grace.

contemptible.

desolation.

hole;

to

tf'pt?

deceive, disapact shamefully;

Hith. vfvfsqri appointed. to be ashamed.

,!

HJ2/D (bqka) f devastation,

"TO

(hobfgp'&s),

m/r. to be ashamed,

nn ITT

texture.

"IjTQ

to

point;

B^pE,

booty, prey.

kicks.

y^ll

mPi^'^n ^n;, pt.'

confound,

to

,

B^xiln

sing.

M

Dpi3

under

Hi.

e^ain,

t^s'n, (bunnj') pr.n.m.

to dis-

expectation

keep waiting.

(buna') pr.n.m.

BWa

PH.

make ashamed,

ly

they were disappointed

fiEL (bfczf) / booty, prey, spoil.

^

pt.

(bfza'z) in/. 13, 1113,

p. p.

/i* 13;, 1113,

to

plunder, spoil, rob, get as Ni. 123, inf. Ii3u, booty.


3S

ffi ff

pu

W2

he plundered.

to

tiia?

fut.

113 to be robbed.

.

O-Izzayo'n)

PITIES

contempt. pr.n.

(b!zyo'&'y5')

Judah.

of a place in j?T2,

m

m

(bgzri'k)

A'.

T3

Sfin

and

11}3*

|>r..m. [Per-

sian].

also

trier

[adj.]

m, pi. watch-tower.

(bi^u'n)

VJiPIB IT I

1Ti2

, '

[for

Pit.];

"j3# tried stone, head-

"jriB

imp. "in?,

(b$ef)&'r)

iny,

p^. p.

^H?

"i*nn,

/faf,

pz.

c

.

to prove, try, choose,

distinguish, prefer,

select,

Ni. "in 3 J to

be chosen, preferred, to be Pu. "Ip3 to be pleasing.

DnrQ

11PD]

w.s.

(b3^u'r)

Dnins.

see

of metals.

l^nS

proof

trial,

"jns

chosen.

m

"(InS (bF^o'n)

m

0>p'$*n)

[see

like, love.

to scatter.

(biz ft?')

1^

inS

lightning.

fut.

(bfz&'r)

m watch-tower.

1^2, 0>&'$&n)

stone, corner-stone.

of a town pT3. (bg'zgk) pr.n. in northern Palestine.

in

nt:3

D^irGL (b$^vnm) pr.n. of a town between Jerusalem and Jericho;

gent.

^IQJS',

V?CH3.

young man, adult iStD2 (botr) Pi. KJS3, arms, young KJJ3J to talk idly.

youth, fit

warrior.

D!HTQ (b^urfm)

m!pl.

and

rV)"]in3 (b'^uro'*) //pi.

age

=

"Pnjjl

]7j2 * (

to

examine,

)n^:

to

"l^pS,

to

t'wp. "jn?,

/u.

prove,

test,

try,

purify.

be

[3,

secure, ///.

elect..

(b;..d)a'n)

n3?

c

tried.

is 1)33 the test

made.

A

'/.

Pu.

.

pt. p. D^ttS, to

in

)\r\z.

n3, /W. ntsa. /rihtpa

(b5t&'$) tmp.

self,

(b(irt)I'r) art;.,

chosen,

npi

ntD3\

of youth.

IT

A*

bear

to

trust,

attach oneto

W, ^]; to

rpp3n,

confide to

feel

be careless. fut.

rpy,

v t.

PCp 3^ to make secure and fearless, to inspire with confidence. 1

nti?

(bg't*$) m,

i.p.

nips

security, safety, confidence

;


rvn

39

ntsa 1

and ntt3

Tltol ?

adv. se-

2

ntpi

(bg't$#)

an

of

pr.rc.

Aramsean town.

nntpi

(bitdni')

/ and yintf?

ot

confidence,

(bltt^o'n)

in"pp9 to make to make under-

Q.], pi.

telligent;

curely, carelessly.

teach;

instruct,

like Q. to perceive, mark, Hith. understand, know. to perceive,

pisnn

attend to;

to

hope.

to

stood;

mark, be sen-

to

sible.

Hints?

(bjtta^o'^) flpl. se-

V,?

curity [see also riinp].

m

(H'yfri)

not

abs.

[st.

used], c.V3(ben),dw.D;>3J>3, (bg*g,'l)

to cease, to rest,

(be'ten)

w..

?pS 1^5

/, i.p.

iJt53, belly,

10,5,

womb, the

part, bottom

most

the

of

belty-shaped tuberance on pillars.

heart;

rOM,

(bgtng')

m,

D\?P3 (bQtnl'm) D*0tD2

in-

pro-

(bl)

only pi.

pistacia-nut.

(tftoni'm) pr.n. of a

particle of entreaty: s

$18 ?

Ni.

p.

imp. }*3,

(bin)

p^l

M

to discern, per-

pay attenunderstand, know. observe,

i.

jbJ, *jiHJ

*#.

to be

knowing. heed.

D\P3

between;

space

me-

t&^

champion;

diator,

adv. between,

Piya

^5

c.

among; "pSP

(bin?')

& ry*3,

/,

nir3, understanding,

W3

s

pi.

in-

$2

JK. ftJD, m/-

w, * w, or Q.], /ft V,n;,

w

only

/,

pi.

egg.

(blrf') /"castle, citadel,

fortress;

to

1W, pj s

p,;i

[or

temple;

palace,

chief city.

IWT21 pi.

(bi'r^ni'O-)

rv?,

w.

hut, lace,

only

i.p.

n)2,

c.

n nrvB and DTI3 (bftj'm or

ioc.

nrj\2, pi. bfttj'm),

/,

castle, fortress.

ni\3T2,

niJ^, 7V2 (n'yib) m,

intelligent,

PH.

(b?B')

T3> iTT^l

1*Q [p3]

tion,

QiT^3,

my

pray,

Lord!

ceive,

v%

interstice,

sight, prudence.

I pray;

"pJZP,

IJniJ^,

from between.

town in Gad. *0,

w.s.

pi ni^5,

c.

^}2 (bate') tent, mansion; pa-

house,

temple

;

dwelling-


JV3

40

IT

Moab; US 2 in the mountains of Judah; }$W% )V 2 inManasseh, f

place;

where

receptacle,

place

arc

found;

things

"liVS '3

in

:

i

r

interior

^H]; Hl?3

[opp.

towards the inside, within; from IV3t3 within; race,

household, descendants. family,

n*Q

in the valley of the Jordan,

afterwards

compound proper

of places:

and

Judah

r

names

"jlJK

3

in

Dan,

[sec

in Issachar

~12

meon; niQV.

'3

[perh. for place of passage,

'3]

ford on the Jordan; in

Judah;

"ju" '3

Asher;

niO^H '2

t

in

or Dan; "pin '3 in

'3 in

Judah

Ephraim;

'3 near Mizpah;

Bethlehem,

Dr&n

i^o '3 Shechcm [see

of

mount Lebanon; nijy '3 in Judah; nr;^3 in Naphtali;

nyhj}

a

l^y and

'3

pi D>'33,

(b*$r) m, of

species

tree

^

(b^

nm,

to

133, nb3, p*.

weep, to Bhed

Pi. pt.

tears.

[for

weeping.

n^3% -3M,

/w.

D)33

pOJ!

of

H33] valley

balm-

mulberry-

*03H

tree];

naa

tree,

[others:

f

"233

to

bewail.

"?!?

(b

weeping.

'3>3)

first-born

rv3;

Ki>>D]; rt^Vja '2 at the foot of Hcrmon; "j~V '3 on

JezreeJ

}W2

0.

Dn^'3

Judah,

citadel

KD|

pi.

;

V/? - in

m,

in

house, palace.

near

nl33*1n t v

'

Moab

'3

pn*ipij '3

Simeon;

aent.

in

D^H

Jerusalem;

in

'3

'3 in Moab; Judah and in

[Reuben];

13

11;T.

^i'-P^

in

Judah;

in Si-

'3

Ql^E

flK]j

^3

Reuben; 'RIS'S

gent.

'

:

Naphtali and

Benjamin; ^KTP3,' hjAT]^ Judah. on the border of Benjamin '3 }rp2 (bjO-u'n) and Ephraim; ytyp in

of

I

i

in

Scythopolis;

on the border

tiftiV '2 V V

[of

men and

beasts], eldest son.

Ti32.

(blkky'r) "

I

m, only I

first-fruits, firstlings, early

grapes or corn.

between

Samaria

?

pi.

"

|-\'"

(b*kk$r*')

/ early

fig.


*a

41

n;rD3 ITlTDS,

n-Dl (bW&)

to to spread; into*, up, burst forth in splendour.

pr.n.m.

(b^pr&'-9')

/ weeping. w.9.

nAa

(biig^o

*V?5 weeping, lamentation; dripping [of water in a

T^f?

(bildU'd)

*02,

?

m,

(b d>r)

i.j.

*?,3,

^3

,

(biig^'y)

pr.n.m.

mine].

0*02,

of

pr.n.

(boc^i'm)

a

place near Gilgal.

n^3?

'

rv02t (w$r*) /

=

(bf'd&gr)

in, jo?,

c.

(bg'^r); (bidiiT)

n*1*}*2

young

female camel. (Vc&oiO

c.

/,

first -birth,

ni")D5,

(bai)

of

particle

worn

m

to terrify, frighten.

(baiiah5')/".p^nin?n,

nin^3,

sudden

fright,

terror, death.

HHp2l

primogeniture. /*!

old,

Pi. pt. pi.

(b?l&'h)

D^n^P

nnjj

n~p2, PIllDS pZ.

PP!1

pr.n.m. /"

<$., / nja,

D*?J, ni^3 out, consumed.

pi.

npn(bo^ru');

(bid)ra')

out,

decay.

n^'?, iw/. ni -?3, /u*. to consume, wear

(bale')

\15?

young male camel. "H5?

to

out, use, waste.

"03.

pfci

152 ")?

n.

only /

*Vpi (bm'v) adj., first-born. HTD3, it :

worn

be

to

H75!

wasted, rotten;

nega-

(bilha') pr.n.f.

pr.n.m.

(bilha'n)

tion: not, not yet, hardly,

that not. 221

(bel)

god

m Belus,

of

[from

I^f?

the

hV2

the highest

pt.

c.

)t>^,

*#&?

clothes.

Babylonians

a

Babylonian king.

M

only

worn out

Lord].

(bal'ad?'n) pr.n.m.,

70$$,

m/pZ.',

rags,

see

IJBKB^a.

M 3^,

(bfi^' ?) M. ^{TjlD to cause to flash

pr.n.m. [Chaldean

surname

of Daniel].

y^- (ViF)

m

annihilation,

perdition, nothingness; used as a particle of ne-

gation:

no,

not,

without,


s

42

H>;

^

OIL*;

till

not;

not; *?3

m

;

(b H'i)

mixed

fitifc.

farrago,

?

/ [from

vfe&P.

W)

V*

j

>

m, S&3, something swal-

^7?

w.a,

(b limri')

fut.

V,r?] and to be de-

fut.

stroyed.

fodder.

SWfel

Pu. y,7?.

?.$

'J?? IV ^V because not.

because

^vS

without;

n^n

lowed; a swallowing, destruction.

and HO] nothing.

^SJr? (b*Byy*"0

word-

good-for-nothing-

lessness,

ness,

wickedness

tion;

wicked

perdi-

;

de-

man;

n^ffor

Lpl.

^.

n&J], flow, to

/to. ^JffL (v.lyyri'-

be moistened;

to

to

mix

pr?

to

without, apart

oneself.

Di?5

to

bind, bridle, check.

p^2 (wa)

c^in

to

cultivate sycamore-figs

by

2>.

my

/to.

ufcy,

Pi.

overcome. y,7n,

swallow

e.

V,?,

/. $3; devour;

to

lip,

i.

;

(b^uvk) pt. pjtfa to Pu. pt. destroy, to waste. to be laid waste. p?2tt t

pyi i

:

.

(b5l5'lc)

[king

pr.n.m.

to

to

destroy; V,23?

lowing,

(bll'^'m) pr.n.m. pr.m town in Manasseh.

of the Moabites].

(W)

imp.

be-

concerned,

being

p73.

swallow, devour, eat up. Ni. V255 to be destroyed or

*3V?3t? without

me,

sides me.

I

nipping. Jjfea

H$3,

e.

except;

from

of a

W.

Q>m'm)

"vV-

(bfcV*),

(bllYd), only pZ.

Dif?2 to

town, Zoar

PJftl-

Jr.

to mix, to give fodder

pour over,

confound;

a

of

called

afterwards

722,

7^2,

p.

pr.n.m.. patron.

(bglfc*)

^?3; pr..

T^S

stroyer.

772, (bW'l) Wflj,

^21

like a swal-

for a

moment.

^ry!jl

n^2]

of

[c.

without, con},

used

not;pr<?p.

except; besides that, unless. besides,

w5? so

not

a

(blltF) adi'.

that

with not;

cause not;

inf.

not

w3P

T^iny

till

to.

benot.


n&3 T T

43

Yy?

I

HD2 c.

(bjmr)

rvm. nia

i*

/,

ni^3 and TViD2, T I" IT"

(b^nf)

nj|, nto,

th/:

w.s.

I

eleva'plttjj, height, Mil,

p,

stronghold; height destined for unlawful wor-

form,

develop,

cover

with buildings;

tion;

torab-

ship; grave-mound, hill.

^D,

i^P^

make

r$?j, be

(bimhg/l) pr.n.m.

(bamo'^) flpl.., pr.n. of a place in Moab [iden-

with hyz niD3].

tical

)V

e.%

(ben)m, w.s.

^3,

'^2,

p.5

%

"p,

?],;?,

UJ?, P Z. D^j" * *J3, son. child, hoy, young one [D^X y.3 used as pZ. of

D1X,

children

of

man.

p

with following subst. noun supplies the place of adjectives: five

years

D\W' E*Dp ]2 old;

"JfttP'

p

stout.

fat,

(b?n) pr.n.m.

^WJ| [=VP^5] 'lID-p

Wn); (bgn

-

(bgn-oni');

^m"P

pxr|"|3

flp*fl

y5mi'n)

,

,

,PP;'j"pr pr.n.m.

13.

b 5nf);

of

(b nf'-b ra'k)

>r.w.

?

a place in Dan.

HJJEl (b%ay?'),

'Htt?

( bln ^-

y5'hu) pr.n.m.

iJ

(blny 5 ')

JJ

/ building.

m

(tlnyi'n)

building.

5

(b ni'nij) pr.n.m.

h$

or

KgJ5 (befifr'y)

"IDS VI"

(blnV);

(b4'dw);

fufjip?

pa

pr.n.m.

and

x / (be'figr) \

coZZ.

i,

1D3 VI. unripe

grapes.

(bgn-hadiji'd);

(ben-e^'yil);

to

(

?

P]l?"^.?

(bo'figr)

(^

see

(binnu'y); V-? M12 (bunni') pr.n.m.

|^2

subject, disciple, favourite.

UK3. IT"

^?

descendant;

pupil;

run:

restored;

built,

=

V12 IT

H^n

child,

ninn,

fat.

get issue.

mankind] grandson, grand;

to

Ni.

prosperous].

inf.

to Ill (J 3,

to

erect;

repair, to rebuild; to edify [to

"

n,?^?, to build,

/.

(bgn-

"^

04"ad)

TO.

distance; after ,

[ft?)}-*]

patron.

mi, c.

1X?5, W.S.

interv

.flTO. jp

/?.

through

,

among; in favour

TSD

see iiy.

^

behind, around, of, for.


m

44

HV2 (b^) to

T\$2\\

to

imp. Vfff,

fid.

make bubble

up,

to

boil;

swell

bulge], to project; searched.

\\V~

5

covet,

[to

to

(b

Vr) pr.n.m.

DVfiJEi

(bi'Wm)

of a of

a

mlpl.

ay??, to

tread down, to kick, jerk. s

^J?S (b

TJQ ?g2

T)

m

(b*Tr) (brt'Ci'l)

prayer.

m

master,

to

coM. cattle.

rfoja,

pr.i*.

of

places.

^W? of a

0.

owner;

mistress,

0>'W*)

town

r$B9

(V'giysdr);

0^2

(Vylya');

pr.n.

/frl.,

in Judah.

(b^i'fi)

pr.w.jn.

n<?J? town

a ir&) pr.n. of a in Dan.

(W

'

fut.

tya, p. p. /

Flies

vermin], ltyf'3 B. of Denudation. In pr.n. of places:

^Olf??

fat.

Covenant, the

of off

[keeping

some

the temple. (b*'*'t)

B.

ntf^'a, &c. n?2a (H-ir) /,

(bo"z) pr.n.m.; name bronze pillar in front

BS??

the

of

2)2} 2

be

terror, anguish.

''f

Baal r

Ni. HV23,

to

.Ty'?J

pt.

desire,

ask.

demand,

-VZ I- T

p*.

i>JB??,

H^y?

rule,

t

to be

possess,

HOT

#*>

(b^w)

pr.n.?n.

Ni. fut. 7 V^p to marry. be married, to be taken to (

wife.

^5

(mr)

wj.

*$,

7.V2, sessor, citizen,

>

m,

master,

lord,

owner,

different

the

god];

pos-

inhabi-

supreme

Syro-Phenician deity of

0.

husband,

burgess,

tant; aspr.ft.w.the

the

ho,

Dftft,

pi.

[pi.

appearances

nnzi

U2

<r. to burn; &**. to burn, to be on fire, to be consumed

by

Pi.

fire.

"I,y3?,

"lya,

Pu.

sume, destroy.

$39

fid.

to kindle, burn, con-

to

tjot, TJJ5&,

fid.

to

itfja,

kindle,

pt.

m.

be kindled.

pt

burn,

consume, destroy. a

T>r

0>*'*'r)

A* W-.

pt


to be stupid, brutish.

1^3,

m

0*"*r)

"I>5

yja

^1^

(b** Jtf) pr.w/.

PITJQ

(b '?r?')

a

/

fire,

ing.

V&

(ba'sa') pr.n.m.

Hiri^yi

e

njD

M.

(ba'a'ft)

be frightened.

ny3),

[nnybt?]

p*.

Pi.

nya, *)ny3S

/ wf.s.

to

y2 (bpB) m mud, n^3 (biBBa') /,

mire. pi-

W.S. -J'

swamp.

steep, inaccessible,

(VBy'r)

"lii [or

m,

(bg'Bgl) ;

'

town in the plain fut.

of

Judah. to

123?,

[^. 1Ji3 vintager]; to diminish, shorten; see also s to TO3. M. /. 1123 I" T IT

onion.

be cut Pi. inf.

off,

j3

prohibited.

make

steep,

(be'Bgr)

and

T*3

m, pZ.

0^3,

"1

to

(

m,

*.

m,

1

s

(b B?'r)

of

YS3 i

:

gold and

ore

silver.

2 '

cutting of grapes, vintage.

i

pr.w. of a

np_^3 (b$Bka ft)

"T23

perh.

from YiS].

* (baBJ'r) / v

DvSa, r

ipg3,

to fortify.

(beB&'y) pr.n.m.

i

iv.s.

'

impregnable.

1^3t

(baBe'k) m,

dough.

cut off; to gather grapes

-1^3(b 5 Bu'r)a^., /ni^3,

"l-i^3

(baBc'k) to swell up.

"l^a (b?B$T)

rniaai. IT

[for L

gain,

x

p^3 2 p^3

overtake,

terror.

off,

unjust

profit, lucre, covetousness.

nt?3J to

nriV3 (b^f') /

vfiitea IT

Oe'BiT) m, w.5. ty??,

curtailment,

frighten, strike with fear.

?|

to

V*2)

to complete,

s

(b* gst r$') pr.n.

town in Manasseh.

of a

^|

over-

to

finish.

St^'y^

cut

un-

get

Pi. fut.

rob;

off,

/%rf.

to cut off,

gain,

reach.

cut

S3,

in/.

(baBa")

righteous

burn-

t

pr.n.m.

yjfo*, p*. v*3 to to break;

stupidity ;

:

m^3

(b-'Barn);

(bftBlu'i)-)

adj. stupid, brutish.

5

it

^s^3

become

Ni. pt. "1,^3^ to stupid or bad.

fut.

msa

45

"1V3

only pZ.

(be'Bgr) pr.n. "1^3 town in Reuben.

rma fence.

of

a

1

osBrr)

/

fold,


mpa

46 a

HH>G chief

the (bgBrs') pr.n. of

to force one's

way.

Edomites

Vl?3fln to be

cleft, rent.

town

of the

[Bostra].

ni^2 (b*BW) (bVeep'r^)

/,

and n"l)f5

pi.

rn'ijjs,

want,

deficiency,

lack

PJ2JI (W'k**) shekel.

nyps

m

(bikv) u

of

wide

fissure,

Hitli.

half,

half-

pi-

Vi?r,

valley, plain.

rain, drought.

*]i"K2, (blBB^ro'n)

w fortress,

stronghold.

j* ppj3, to empty, unpeople, deprive;

pp_2. (b*k*'k)

to

p2p2, p^GpS,

(b$kbu'k)

m

bottle.

grow

A/.

luxuriantly.

m. pin: /. pizn, pn:, to be emptied out, to be

r

np2p?(b^kbuky?L );1p.31?n

^2

(bykbCikk&'r);

(bukkj');

WIJI?^ (bykklyy^'hu)

^p2

j*h.m.

(b?kiV) m, only

DW3,

W3,

c.

p?.

cleft,

(b*ksr) /Wt yp.5?, p.

yp.2, to cleave, sever, burst open; to invade; to split

Ni. Vp.^-.

in brooding.

/w.

to

y^l,

be

cloven,

opened; to burst forth; to be hatched [break the shell]; to be

tom, broken,

taken

-

storm.

by

Pi.

to cleave, split, rend, open,

Pu.

hatch. to

pt.

y^P

be rent, to be stunned. Hi. inf.

n|^p2J,

rp.?n

to

to storm]; to

to depopulate.

1j?S

(b?k*'r)

/".

"lp.2,

to

Pi.

"ip, fa/

to examine,

*lp.3?

look after, to consider

with pleasure;

rent, breach.

V\

Po. ppjS

out.

poured

,

fut. pi.

open [a town. break through.

to

judge,

punish. "Ip2, (b^kic'r) -)p_3,

[rare]

-

cattle

plough

cattle, oxen, calf,

Ipa

m

pi

[and

/].

D^g3, ,

cows;

c.

cotf.

horned "lj?3

13

heifer.

see ip.i3.

"Ip2 (bo'kgr) m, pi. Dnp?, morning, morning time. dawn; the next morning: adv. to-morrow, early, soon.

i"nj?2

(bjUqatf)

f

care,

superintendence.

rnj??

(bIkkp'i-09-) /-judicial

inquiry, punishment.


t^2

(b&ka's) Pi.

B^3, /te. B^.39 to seek,

frgSJ, 2>*. search for,

to

to

(b<\kk5s?')

and

(b;ir)

"12

12 12

d/.,

HIS,

/

clear,

chosen, pure,

12

D "13, ,

(bjro'd) adj., pi.

'12

(bfrf')

112 2

}*]I1 ?

feed.

n,15?, to Pi. inf.

eat.

Hi. inf.

(b 5 r5')

to

eat,

to

ni"nn,

see "1U.

tij?. pi.

to decide, choose, select.

ni13

sincere; empty. 1

hail-

hail,

j2 (bg'rgd) pr.n. of a place in the desert of Shirr. i

"1^,

i.j?.

m

n

(b$r)

son. (b$r) m, w.s. ''I?, (b&r)

(b^ra'd)

spotted, pied.

corn, grain; cornfield. a

112

request.

/"

(bfr&'d) to hail.

stone.

be sought.

tfgji; to

nt^|?2 "12

Pu. t^j?3,

ask.

demand,

112 112

investi-

gate; to aim at; to require,

/irf.

mnn

47

^'P2

Arf'.

ni?:

fut.

to give

to eat. "1

[once

i

(bpr)

"112]

innocence; salt

purity,

of

^12

D112

M.

produce.

J02.1

N^??-,

Pi.

down;

*02 to

to cut,

engrave,

carve.

*S12

2

(b r5 ') Hi. inf.

Nn?n

to fatten.

T)1N12

"^1^

mask.

112

(brp'g) m, pz.

pine;

cypress,

wood cypress instrument.

=

nii2

(b

n^l!2

(bsru'a-)

5

;

r?^)

oyhs,

spear of musical

tri"]5.

/ food, nour-

ishment.

see SJJlt?. 5

(b

m,pl. P$1/13, dacloth, '

in/"-

to be created, to be

made. cut

,T3

make,

form,

create,

5

(b ro'm)

party-coloured

iqy, pt

/fc.

pr.n.m.

(b?ru'dj)

it

(b^r?') inf. N")5, imp.

*!?, to

M

[blessed].

lye, alkali.

rfy') pr.n.m.

"1212. (b&rbu'r) m, only pi. Ds j?13, fat bird, fowl [capon or goose].

"^"12 town

(be'rofrg;') jpr.w.

in

Syria

of a

[perh.

Berytus].

niti2

(birzo'o-)

(birzgl'yiO-)

pr.nf.

or

rvtn?


t>H3

H312

48

<a"!5

(bfcragl)

m

iron,

iron

VI.

n

"

tool,

,

fetter.

v '13-

patron. 5

fl^? (b rl'0-) / determina^"13 (bCirzIllCi'y) pr.n.m. ni2 (b$r$'ef)) i/. 0^3, imp. tion, stipulation, covenant rns. /. ma to fiee, to H^2 (bprj'ft) / salt of lye, 1

run

to

away,

nn^O

p*.

to drive

Q^^n, ~H?

put to

away;

make

to

D JT

Ni.

D^fQ. /

ad;.,

-13,

to

to

pray

/irf.

bless,

to

to,

to greet; to curse.

nn?

Pa. to

"-pi?

pt.

'nijP-l to

f

be

Hi. fat.

blessed, praised.

FKT?] ^e K*ty i

{/

TO?

praise;

T]T>,

1

ni see n. ns 5 rr) adj.,

praise;

invoke, to ask a blessing;

0>?rT) pr.n.m.

(b*rT)

to

kneel

to be blessed.

-13,

TOIi Pto

n?

bless,

sp?T

Pi.

fugitive.

/-

to

adj.,

T , swift, fleeing,

a native of

to

knee,

pt. p. "'"]": blessed, praised.

,

"lj

the

down;

[a

m spy

(fcW*)

bend

flight,

(wr*) [nnsj ,

pi.

to

vegetable alkali.

to

go through.

bolt]

rrta

escape; Hi.

go through.

make kneel down.

Hith.

-1.3nn

to

be

:

(b

blessed, to bless oneself.

f rftn?

Fin? - TJ1?1 1* D T1?, / nixn?, fat, fattened,

^1")J|

^3,

thick, stout.

HiS'ni (VriV) /

a thing

(Wm)

aiso pi.]

/,

du. [denoting

D^in,

c

.

OT3

knee, lap.

^$?1?

(b*r$$Tl) pr.n.m.

created, a novelty.

P

nna (biry?) / food. m, see n"]2. H^D n^S (VrJ' $) m, D^CH?, (bjri'ft^)

*JT13, bar, bolt. J -

place.

(

b ? r i'

m)

pr.n.

1

it t

of

c.

nlyp,

favour, peace; a

or blessed

pZ.

c.

n-b-p,

fit,

a

^

i.

blessing, benediction, bene-

happy

man.

(V "*^') pr.n.m. 1

:

a j>.

riiDIS, pond, pool.


Wn

49

TO"in v iv it

I

T

of

a

:

rPZHS ITDin

^"Q

and ^rnjl

(bg'rerfiya') (bg'rgc$y3;'h\L)

pr.n.m.

nt^

see ttftg. (bg'r&

pr.n.m.

)

mfttfa IT

pi"]? to

wi/".

(b^rCi'k)

send forth lightning-. 1

p^

m

DL^n

see

m^n. IT ;

(bpa'm)

Dtrn

balsam-

i

and

(b'6m) m,

(bo'Bgm)

sweet

-

fragrance,

aromatic

balsam-scent;

^"H

(baiko'B) pr.n.m.

(b^rka'n) m,

spice; also

only pZ.

thorns: threshingD\!p"in It '

:

i

sledge.

npt^*n Ifctfa

and

(bfre'keO-)

(b^ka'fr) f a pre-

np."12

cious stone, emerald.

"H2 (bfrH'r) DH^, p,

inf.

to se ~

"1H?

2?-

w.s.

parate, secrete, single out,

choose; to cleanse, purify, to

polish;

in:, imp, pt.

"133,

Ni.

prove.

nnn, fut to

.

nr

oneself

keep

purify.

Hi. inf.

and

inn^,

P

i.

ytHn

.

"Itrn

tell

to

p*.

an-

:

glad tidings. to

m,

(baflaT)

and

to receive

"I^nnn

pl/on^n

flesh

beasts],

creature;

be told

c.

1^3,

men

[of

body, living-

man,

blood-relation

rnt>n

mankind; skin,

pu-

(boors')

f glad

tid-

message

of

;

good; reward for good news. ings,

inn: to t^Il (bisg/l) intr. to show Pi. seethe, ripen.

to

(birs&") pr.n.m.

Hebrevv-Ensrlish.

")n,

teats

good tidings, good news.

i.p. "1,5?,

"GH, to clean, polish. Huh. i,i^nn, fut. Tinn:

purify oneself, oneself pure.

news, to

denda.

imp.

pi.

v iv

nounce, esp. to bring good

to

Pi. inf. "lin

pure.

m

/

'

5

Hith.

"13,

Dj^n.

(ba'fi'ma'ft) pr.n.f.

it^nD, i"

rip'IS

=

(bpa'r) :

0^3

n^pr'n

pi.

scent,

(bar$'k) pr.n.m.

D1p"l2

a

f

-

shrub.

splendour, (bfr^'k) flash of lightning.

'H2

^*- n

5

(b 6o'r)

:

pTS

= T0^3

brook near Gaza.

c

V J^*

>r.?i.

(bc'ro9a'y)

city in Syria

fut.

boil,

/$*,

7,#n] tr. to boil, cook, Pu. pt. fy#3? to

roast.


50

htif2

be boiled.

make

Tp^

#t.

to

Mm)

bafe

measure

f Tfaft,

adj.,

nri2

boiled, cooked.

*b&% Vshufa

see

(b^O-5')

pZ. niriS,

/,

btifa

for liquids, tenth

part of altth.

ripe.

and n,53 (b&tt?') something cut

precipice,

off,

end,

cliff;

ruin, desolation.

B^? \Wr

2$ttn2 (VO-aYl)

(blSirm) pr.w.m. (b^sS'n)

of

pr.fi.

a

on the country eastern side of the Jordan.

fertile

Bashan

H?f ?

or Batansea.

(bQsn^')

pr.n.m.

nhnn i>Z.

nhn^

(h'^m') f, c. nl/iPS. chaste maiden

virgin, bride.

D vlTlSl

(b^yli'm) m/pZ.,

/ shame.

yiH5j

virginity,

c.

maiden-

hood. (bgSt?')

shame, disgrace; a

[scandalous] idol.

ft? (brio-) [from run] /, w.. >pa, pz. nijn, c rrfo?, .

daughter, grand-daughter, girl,

maid, pupil; fhS J"Q

or niJ5

salem.

ing the

with

women of Jeruns with follow-

subst.

noun supplies

place

of

cities it

Hjn?

(bl&yT) pr.n./.

"1H2

1

and

flfe

"IFD? to cut into pieces to divide.

/irf.

ira

(bg'^r) w, w..

piece, portion;

no?,

disruption,

cleft.

B^Trn (bgft-rtfUbfm) pr.n. of a

of

gate

adjectives;

denotes the

.

(b5$*'r)

1*H^?^

Heshbon.

m

ravine;

defile

on the

(bldrp'n)

of

a

villages and environs be-

pr.n.

longing to them.

eastern side of the Jordan. '

ra*

* the

D n3, s

(b&d-)

m,

third

alphabet,

pi.

letter

called

of

?t$|

a

the or

V2i

f

TQ (bia-ge'w'J

?vj a

[=

numeral

?J -3

pr.n.f.

camel]; as or 3000.


>o

^

aa

51

n|

w.

( g5 '5')

mN^

elder

proud, haughty.

(g?) adj.

to rise,

m

n^j,

to

grow up;

'TNia

brother;

re-

venger, kinsman-helper. Ni. 'TXfJ to be redeemed,

be

to

be high, elevated, majestic.

brought

ransom

to

back,

oneself.

_

"^-D (gf 5') f pride, haughtiness.

n$

(ga\Vl)

$$& d^,

rr) *#., P z.

(g

exalted, proud, pre-

high,

2

--3

sumptious. (g y'e'l) pr.n.m.

H]

(ga'a V a')

5

/;

c

defiled, stained.

r(UJJ

Pi. *?Nii

Pu.

prof ane.

t

b&Q

pt.

as

to

unclean.

Hi.

elevation, majesty, magni-

jected

ficence, pride, insolence.

pf.i.p.^&x [for ^Vj&jri], to

C6-|X3

m, c. ftj}, highness, excel-

lence, majesty;

glory,

splendour,

haughtiness.

pride,

\^

ad/, proud,

(g&' yo'n)

"o^

i

:

[perh.

jp.

'ulla')

/redemption,

duty

repurchase,

i"

.r.

imp. ^$3,

1

htiti ]. T J

c

D^a

\. -:

hump, i

i

ransom,

release,

to fulfil

the duties of reto

deliver;

marry the

widow

of

i.p. 33, w.. >2^ and nl3l, eleva-

m,

(g&*>)

back,

top,

hunch,

/4rf.

/'Xa to redeem, to

lationship, childless

^^M,

I

only p?. for m'XVi ?

'

pi.

pollution,

/,

tion, (g5'a'l) '

5

release,

pi.

>*.

only

(ggl?'),

profanation.

see rfi?>j$ (ge-'fy?'*)

'53*

m.

(gp'al)

7.N4

of relationship [as a

insolent.

valley

to de-

oneself.

^^1 (g a

unclean.

^WIV

.

(g*'5'n)

swelling,

make

Hith. fut. file

1^

to

soil,

re-

mjpl.

(gS'yli'm)

demption, release.

"]

,

be polluted, profaned, to be re-

h$.

.

pf. pi or Ph.],

$$tf. to be polluted,

fut.

to defile

T'N*^

Ni. %

l^J

[for

an

boss;

arch,

vault,

brothel; rim of a wheel.

2|

^

see

ak

(g?t>)

ft,

only

pit, water-hole,

cut piece

of

pZ.

D^aa, a

cistern;

wood, board. 4*


52

31

^ ^

1

only pi. D'^U,

i.

(gel )

locust.

=

of a place.

c^:\ p

dvm"' or I'M

i

l

(gS'W) w

^$.

powerful, hero,

(gpb) pr.n.

D^n^

tai

^!{!3

rich

violent,

leader warrior, r 5 a warlike hero

tyrant.

:

cistern, pool,

power,

strength,

force,

lagoon.

n3

valour, courage, victory.

31

see

'"^ (guVa'h) ?/. 3^, /faf, H5^ to be high, elevated, high

exalted,

-

3^13,

fut.

make

flnSJ

3'Jft

p*.

3^0

D^lb^, ^?->

pi-

w.s.

D^nij,

border,

edge,

pi.

ro,

extremity,

boundary,

/\

^, r.h^,

m

ISlil

(g'M'r)

iv.s.

(gibWr)

;

/*,

* n-]3:.

mistress, queen.

(g5Vi's)

m

fine.

a*

(g b ^)

confine, to

border,

strong, mighty, valiant,

(rbirr)

n^33

23|

Hi.

and

lord, master.

ice,

hail,

crystal.

mostly

(/j.

m

,,

^?! (g^a'i)

margin, territory.

1133,

'Vf

to

ary;

(g^ltf)

n"f

cup, bell of a flower.

nn^ pride,

territory.

"l<^3

hard curds, cheese.

in?^

haughtiness.

pi.

or

of a

jmm.

tall,

height; highness, majesty,

^3J)

[cisterns

place.

pride, insolence.

y*C& and

pr.n.m.

(gfbl'm)

i^-

j3^j (gobhr)

rflPQI (g^htra) /

.

r\3i|

high,

m, c.

(gitbb&'y)

^?r?

proud, haughty.

(f?p'\Hvh)

(g$w),

,?r

locusts; see 33]

PQ.J (g5lo'h) adj., c. and 3^1, / "T^Pil, elevated;

(gibb|H'^$d-)/bal(lnt

Hi. inf.

high, to raise.

ninil;!,

head].

minded.

proud, haughty. to

"?-? (glbbe' a $) m a baldheaded man [of the fore-

.

draw

u a

?r

to

bound-

border

3^H

to

upon. bound, con-

J? (g*Wl) pr.n. of a town in Phehicia [Byblos]; pent.


to

53

(g^'l) pr.n. of a i?^ mountainous country, south the

of

Dead

131

to i

\

i

pto

grow, overcome.

prevail,

Pi.

135,

fut.

(gabUVO-) [for

/

compactness work.

mto]

Tj3J.n,

/w. T3JJ to make strong

1

twisted

,

fli.

strong.

to exert strength.

adj.

(gibbe'n)

bw

* s lp. ^3^7oneself strong, to prevail.

gibbous,

hunch-backed.

n^ it

ro*:& it

D^33j

peaked moun-

tains.

^5$

(g^'t)*')

pr.n. of a

Benjamin [confounded 2 and with also n^55

WW

c.

(gibY)/,

hiy^,

pi.

height,

and Judah;

town

of

^OV?^-

pr.n.

Benjamin;

valiant

1

boy,

every

:

male

man,

warrior;

husband, one [=

'?$.

(ge' b ^r)

pr.n.m.

'^

(gibba'r)

pr.n.

^*5

J^r.

of

rn^ v v

a

of

(gib'p'i)

m

[or

cup,

I

1

a

w.

bell

Zoc.

a

~j

a

'=

s

n n^,

w.s.

33,

iil^,

pi. niiii, fiat

cover of an altar.

(gad)

luck;

of

riTra it-:

(glbV-9-o'n) pr.n. of

:

gent.

perh. cap-

pr.n.

see

13 (gag) m. c

sule].

njDil (gibV&)

pr.n.m.

(gabri'e'l)

:

1

roof,

flowers

place.

1^

oni-i t

ipi.

/

person.

i~l

of

:

1

town in Dan.

#>?*

7^2^

and m-i,

[an archangel].

Benjamin

gent.

(gib'o'n)

in

niyn^,

hill.

pr.n.

(gib'?')

several towns in

pyiU

iv

place.

1

ny!2^

v

town

in

nyn^ T

to

man,

only

a$.,

(gabno'n)

*p323 pZ.

0.

:

m, ip.

(ge'ber)

""9,^.

see

:

,

Hith.

fut.

^33

tO

133;

:

make

strong

to

mighty,

swell,

see hn-J.

:

become

or

and

ing to the Edomites.

1W

[infl /W.

(gaba'r)

be

to

belong-

Sea,

13

1X2

m

(gad) pr.n.m. (g&4) (gad)

good

fortune,

fortunately.

ni

;

pre?i/.

"Hil,

coriander.

pr.n.m..

Baby-


h

54

it

I

:

Ionian god of fortune [Baal

(glddu'f)

*]Y7|

only

m,

D^Sna and nisn-1,

or Jupiter].

T

pZ.

scorn.

reproach. (gudg^'d), w.

,

n

loc.

n*Tii

7.ii.

it

pr.n. of a place.

"01

(g5#'d)

cut;

Xi$

fut. pi.

to break

to

in.

to

Hkh. IT-irin

make

cuts; to collect in a

H5

/*,

only pi.

c.

:

fortune, T

TVtt

cut,

of

with

DH n ^

furrow;

.col-

plunderers,

/",

only

skin. (

(g d$y?')

=

:

/*,

g5 dp'i) adj.,

great,

high,

mighty, the

Dyljj

c

large,

tall,

?

nW^,

<^|

(e

5

(g dyll$')

m

(g?di's)

sheaves;

tomb-hill.

?S

,(g5dci'i),

/.

/Jip,

to

be

p-

J?$ to(gri) De or ^

,14'

to

mighty,

portant,

?JHi

jesty; great deeds.

of

pile

of

heap

corn,

elder;

^

pZ.

threads,

tassels; festoons.

noble,

r&%

pZ.

only

m, twisted

old,

hm'), / greatness, ma-

only

/,

(gldl'l)

D^Hij

great,

proud; flip*^ great things, great deeds.

rwia

c.

little goat, kid.

become great, ni^TI,

only pZ.

nia. itt

(g dlyy5')

t^'HJ p?.

nilHil. incision, cut in the

h*n$, 71$

following

5

njJ5 nina i

scouring party, attack.

"CP^ (rJW)

c.

kid

pr.n.

warriors, troop

soldiers,

goat,

DW

TH|

(rdy'd) m. pZ.

lection of

in

only

H'^j

c.

/ goddess

of

:

I

D*J4,

/>Z.

^]8*7i (gWdill) pr.n.m.

HH-J, bank of a river. (s^ddij')

g$ddj')

(g^dl',

m, young

"Yl i"T

[mostly

fe*#&')

i

(rdl')

to

.

I

I

*"

and

H|

crowd.

"^-

:

pr.n.m.

fall

upon.

^VA

*m

rwra =

v&

grow up rich,

Pi.

precious. '"/"

734

;

im-

to niake

great or strong,

to bring up; to make distinguished,

mighty, powerful; to praise, to Pu. pt.

extol.

be

brought

h$$

up.

Hi.


55

*H3 l"T I

l

)

7'

~^, the same do great, proud

fui. ?

l^n,

to

as Pi;

,

Hith.

things.

show

oneself

Y$$fi

to

great

or

$%

pi c. growing

(gm'l) adj.,

becoming great,

only Pi. *)$,

(gfd&'f)

pt

to

^/JIP,

(g$d^r)

to

O^""^ masons.

pt. pi.

^1r

(gJdd?'l)

TH-jl

(go'dgl)

M/.s.

i/^

17*7? greatness,

might, ar-

majesty;

dignity,

w.s.

closure, fence; walled place.

pr.n.m.

power,

tallness,

""Hi!,

wall, en-

Wyik,

irtf, pi.

n,

and

(gQdlp')

m, c

(gfde'r)

I;T*

^m

see

to

133*,

/%rf.

hedge in. wall up. surround with a wall;

enclose,

strong.

bl3

blas-

revile,

pheme.

"H?

proud.

y}i

*T|

(ge'dgr) pr.n. of

'J,r.

a place;

gent. 'T34"1

N

Jdj

p\w.

pr.w.m.;

(g'do'r)

jJj

two places.

of 1

rogance, pride. see

P&1|

n^n^.

c.

and

H^H| (rdW)

ql3

yna,

^Z.

hew D*Jfl3, to to cut, to

to

fell;

shave

off,

to

Ni.

to

be

cut

and Pw down,

to

be broken, to be destroyed.

-Pi-V^ and V~Ajut. yjSJ, to break to pieces. t-/>. $&? "3

ly J

&V!}

(gid'p'n)

pr.n.m.

(gid'o'm)

^r.w.

jil

""^J

a

pr.n.m.

5

(g dero9-a'yim) pr.n.

town in Judah. Jit

[or

"H^

(gahi') /to.

removed

=

[the

to De

bandage

of

a wound], to heal.

^H" (sW)

/*

(gaha'r)

down,

healing. /"to.

to

IjJ}*,

to

prostrate

oneself.

15 (gjd'pn;')

;

plain, valley].

bow of

and ni"]^

(gd?ra')

HJ) miswritten for

"1p|

place.

jy

of a

N3

destroy.

V^J [VOT

V3?

hedge,

fence; fold, hurdle.

^1P^1| down,

rfi!%

? (g d?ro'^-) pr.n. of places.

pr.n.m.

(giddft'ltf)

pi-

f,

wall,

H\y]%,

ilTti?

5

(g d$lya'hij) pr.n.m.

^TvTV^

(r<w)

"H*"!!

(g&v)

the back.

m,

w/.s.

?$3,

D\3


u

56

"1U

bring forth, to bear. the middle, in-

the back;

2,w

to

(nuh)

pt.

plough; only

D^

pi.

ploughmen,

husbandmen.

Ifa

(gpb),

coll.

custs

w

m

(gob&'y)

3ia ^iil

lo-

locusts.

upon

(gob) pr.n. of a place.

3.1-1

3

\2i,l

locusts;

(gog) pr.n.m.,

of the

TO

M

U^ttJ

W)

^

(g?y) ',

son,

!

/>

,Tia,

w..

SgiS, per-

inhabitant,

populace,

c.

"ft,

people, tribe, nation; p. non-Israelitic or heathen peoples.

!T5|

(

K Myya

^ H/ u

see

Tift, HIV, be-

1RJ,

[pJ.

n:r.} to break or

A * P^,

)

^

fTPU, body, corpse.

people of Magog.

(gad)

,.*.

Gog, prince

Hi.

n^n],

burst forth, to sally.

D^l-J,

1

-

n\a

[inf.

Q^},

fut.

circle.

terior,

n^n

11J] to break in. to fall upon, to attack. longs to

^1

i"P3

5

tion,

/"

emigra-

evacuation,

exile,

(gpl$')

banishment;

cap-

exiles,

tives.

/ body; lifting

(g?v*')

PIJ5

]P^%

up, elevation; pride.

(gol^'n) pr.n. of

a town

in Manassch.

fTp

W

(guz)

13,

pf.

to fly

pass rapidly

fid.

m

;

tr.

away,

to

to drive on.

m,

(gpz)

^1

from

?o.s.

bird,

(gpz*')

Assyrian

refuge

*3lJl

(gunf) pr.n.m.] patron.

I*

V$

(g*v*") e

(g vo'&

),

J$ and 1$

/.

p. VP,

to expire,

pine away, die away.

HI;)].

feptf) m,

young

*J1H

tn pit.

YSfi (sva&B)

5

[or

*]Jw

w.s.

"ii5.

(vfcyytfggz)

TP

2>^-

m, only

(gpvg')

ij$ see

p?.

D^jljl,

young dove. p*..

district in

of

an

Meso-

potamia.

*|VI (guf) only to shut.

HS\3 "H-l

and

"113,

/i* *)*&

/"body, corpse.

(gttff)

(g5r)

ffi.

p/.

~l.

imp.

/. "liii,

"Tu

/f.

a

nVj Uu' rt)). nV; (gj'^) imp. / Ti'i to send forth, to

Tj,

pi Dn:.,

e.

n:.. to

take


in

inT

57 one's

up

abode,

a stranger],

[as

to lodge,

to fear, sojourn; afraid or anxious,

be

to

n,

Mjip.

c.

O^in, shear,

mow.

be cut

off,

meet;

to stir, to excite.

linrT

sojourn;

dwell,

settle,

to assemble, to

to-

gather

(gyr)

niin,

in

and

m,

(gov) '

d^,

onn,

pi

Dnn,

young

animal,

whelp.

hyz

Iti dwelling

r

[tow

of

Baal

n in Arabia]. c.

m,

(goral)

x^li-rl

Ni.

pr.n.m.

(gaz?'z)

/ cutting or

(g5zi'5)

J^tr).

of

hewing

to

ti^lJ

to be extirpated.

hewn

stones,

Ttt (ggzai) bn,

fut.

p.

pt.

b})),

aw ay,

pull, take

to

7lj| r

pt.

tear,

to

seize,

plunder; to flay. Ni. 7UJ to be robbed. rob,

(gur) pr.n. of a place;

1^1-1

TT-j

pi.

jlil,

stone, square-stone.

gether.

1w

p.

to cut off, to

nij,

re-

n^

/v<<.

*jii,

i.j3.

tftl (vgyya'gyz),

crowd together,

Hith. I.Ttarin, fut. to

to

I-

v

to

vere; to

dwell

to

$|

^>Z.

7,1111,

Dvin,

voting-stone, portion, share.

lot,

7.W

(gaze'l),

and

H^y

m

(ge'zgl)

(g^zeia')

robbed

/"

things, spoil, plunder.

DT3

n locust

(giiza'm)

[not

yet winged].

13V! see VTJt^"U

(gus)

m

lump

clod,

of

earth.

Hi,r

(gez)

clip,

"12tJl

n^

m,

c.

pZ.

"j-Ji!

fleece,

shearing, mowing. (glzb^'r)

(gazf')

iw treasurer.

p.

perh. from

w.s.

m]

to

^liil

[or

deliver

[from the mother's womb].

(^' z P n i')

,

or Til

(gSzza'm) pr.n.m.

W

]V\$

(gizza)

f

shearing,

m

7

(ge'za')

m,

<Xt

(g? z &' r )

/id.

in?, in?,

cut, to fell,

intr.

nn

<7*d. of

unknown

trunk or stem

eat,

HJil

[an

place].

D VH,

t*.*.

a

of a tree.

1U,

imp. to

p*.

1U,

to

divide; to

consume; to decide; to be cut off, to be

fleece.

gone. parated,

Ni. in.? to be se-

excluded;

to

be


in

58

undone or

to

lost;

73

be de-

pounds denoting geographr names: 3

creed.

C^nn

ical

X

(g'zr)

"l}i?.

m,

^

piece, part.

Hu

(gg'zgr)

a

of

pr.ra.

the

5

in

a

?

(gi'

salem; a

)V% (gWn)

m,

c.

a

^rft

pr.n.m.

zl')

self

*

D^ra,

from /,n^]

$gj

burning

[ti

with

^JJ., t0 tnni oneto rejoice,

to

fear.

coal,

'^

lightning.

EHa

%

round;

exult; to tremble; to shake

'

pi.

of the Nile.

lirU

belly.

(g?^

name

^rvji see nra.

Palestine.

,[0*1

^) pr.w. of a place

of a river in Paradise; of a fountain west of Jeru-

pr.n.m. of a the south of

(giziT)

sinew, muscle;

in Benjamin.

or court]. J].

m

(gid)

frame:

figure,

sequestered place [part of the temple buildings, hall

people

n'-l.

of 'J

body,

t

Q^vrf-; '% &c.

chain, band.

/ outline

(g z?r$')

see

?

'

Levitic town.

"^M

%

7#Ti]39?

Dnji

pi.

(gU)

m

generation, age

;

exultation, joy. (gg,'^$m) pr.n.m.

"!?! (g^) / exultation. 'Qd '|.

#1

K^ *OJj,I

pr.n.m.

(gS/dj$r)

tifel see

^, '3 (gf). (gg) m and /, *}, pi. m'X^ and n1*H| r T (gy),

"i

i

i

'

r'

Din 15 pfl] fcO^ valley of the sons of Hinnom, south

?l

the

(gin&'O-)

Jerusalem

^

[Geenna];

salt-valley,

'^

(gl r )

pr.n.m.

w

lime.

|.ij

IPt

I1z

fik

<y.

depression, lowland, valley;

of

*

near

Dead Sea; other com-

^

(gcSS'n)

pr.n.m.

mj *'/> 7$, p{. (g*l) D^sl, heap of stones, ruins; well, fountain, wave.

^

,

a (g*i)

-

n,h, see rftj

.


rf T

59

Uv

(gpl)

^f-

m

JJ2P3 (gilboV) pr.n. mountain in Issaehar.

tew

i)

,

a

Hi.

K D ^H,

wheel, water-wheel

;

whirl-

dust

whirling

removed

or

* ^fr$,

>

wheel.

^^

a (gjlg&'l)

pr.n. of three

to

(

in^%,

S u\go'\^\

w.8.

f,

nfe^,

pi.

skull,

fut.

lead

n^n

into

(hggis')

7iIV to uncover

Hith. fut.

to reveal

"^

pr.n. of a

[sW) V}7

gent.

H^il

(gpi$

town;

S /1.

see

)

(guii 5 ')

pi.

oneself.

c.

/,

well,

H.ipil,

oil-vessel

n?ii rife),

spring;

rounded part

;

of

a capital.

head.

V*!

n^ri,

to

Ho.

rhz

Jericho.

rhyp^

be

to

stript].

he driven into exile.

r

towns, one near

different

w.s.

m,

(ge'led)

*]?$,

skin, hide.

n^

he

exile.

oneself, (giig?'i)

[or to

?k^,

chaff.

%f^

np

^3

"fell,

reveal,

open,

P<t.

show.

led

It?;!, imp. ?5 r&i;, 7T.1, to

to

uncover, Dar ber. of

wind,

Pi.

nfea, fut.

oil-vessel.

fe* 11 * '^) ni

%%

=

he

to

oneself;

away.

V?il, dung, excrements.

^

I

hare

D^?, n>|, ni^,

inf.

(gair)

^Y^ (gWl)

m, only D*J>H roller,

pi.

log,

idol.

^ V^

5

(g i?'

m w )

large cover-

ing, mantle. bare,

denudate, strip, un-

veil,

disclose,

a

evacuate

reveal;

county, to

emigrate,

to to

into

go

n^i

(gaiyO-)

w.5.

/;

c.

ni^,

deportation, exile captives,

"'P^ 4; 1

captivity,

;

exiles.

Ni.

exile. ^

rhti, i"!7;l\" I

V T

i"l (

JJ,

nipin, fu t. 73FI to he uncovered, IT

unveiled, revealed; pear,

inf.

nfoi

to

show,

to ap-

reveal

or

rfej n,2i

(

;

g5 i&'^) /"<

pi. rifci,

Hf^

to

m/-

make

bald, to shear, shave. Pu. n?fJ to be shorn.


60 T\tfy!y to shave one-

11 iih. self.

m,

(gllljyo'n)

D^%,

pi.

polished

table,

plate,

mirror. T

ty%

c.

ing-door, roller,

Wa.

?.

(gnil'i)

Ufy%'

pi.

occasion,

circumstance, for the sake

^3

concern;

yrh*

!

KD3

turn-

folding -door;

cylinder;

circuit,

hty

district, country; DfiSfi

H<v| (WW) DV?|

Wj? (gJWy) D,^

/,

pi.

fat.

to

D"H>,

together.

.

S?l

m.

(go'lgm)

^-J

w.s.

something wrapt together, a mass not yet (ggimf)

m^j, ^W?%

territory, country. of

^r..

(g&llj'm)

a

place in Benjamin.

(giiimu'd)

f

adj.,

"I'^r-? unfruitful,

sterile,

barren; desolate, famished. P,2!

{sm')

quarrel

*)-??

pr.n.m.

(sm'm)

wrap

of.

formed, fetus.

Galilee.

circuit,

on account

of,

Hith.

yhrn

show

[to

to

one's

pr.n.m.

(gQly&'fr)

teeth].

7>hZ

(g 5 i Cl 'l)

4,

in/.

Ha, ^, ^,

imp.

h'3,

pZ.

to whirl, to drive away.

Tvj,

pt.

turn,

hty,

fat.

bl%

together, on.

to

Po. pt. rolled [in

to

roll,

roll

1V?^

pr.n.m.; (sliy'4) a country patron. east of the Jordan.

Ni.

be rolled

h $l?$

Pilp.

dyed

to

^j,

oneself to

T?P5

^^

roll.

to

blood],

to

red.

be be

Hi. fat. fegi

roll

H^rn

gether,

m

c

to roll

KJ23 to

m,

c.

conj. to-

too, as;

even; *$

D3

(gsinui')

drink

/*.

in, to

/w. n;^;:

carry along.

Hi. imp. ^X^P^im, to give

dung,

ex-

to drink, to

^Ti

Us. (g^Ui'i)

also,

down.

even when, although.

crement.

Ha Q

and

D3 as well

D3

oneself upon. (gski'l)

(g5UVs) to lie

Jliti,.

away. bb'^T\ and

?)

pr.n. of a hill.

(gim) arfy.

t

^lit?

(gsti'?'d)

;$,

turn,

fe?' m

water. '

fi)

papyrus-

plant, papyrus-reed.


61

IT

(g&mms'd)

*^J?3

only pi.

in,

D'Httil, warrior.

*7D3 ell

also

a measure,

pr.n.m.

(g^mtjL'l)

[see

V^]^

(rm^ry?');

IT"]]?;!

(g^m&ryi'hu) pr.n.m.

5 (g mu'l) in, w.s.

D37Pf,

deed,

DyltDil,

action,

de-

recompense,

benefit;

son

pr.n.m.,

(go'mgr)

and people Japhet descended from him [Cappadocians or Cimmerians].

sp$].

?}D3

I7?3

of

or span.

21?p3

pZ.

m

(go'mgd)

VI-

]^

m

(g$n)

^,

tt/.s.

and

ip.

f.

D^,

pZ.

").,

garden,

orchard, park.

r

sert;

^$Q, ^D^,

in return

-I

"?V

of.

1J| D

s

steal,

^3

fut.

(g*m&'l)

hph,

pt.

w.s.

in/",

P

*J?.t?^

?Wi

/"

mr. to become ripe; fo\ make ripe; to wean; do.

to

(g5m$'l)

and

;

pi.

D^ej, c. *]?.$ camel. y^ (g m,lli') pr.n.m.

M

Ipil, to

vanish;

cease, <r.

to

'?7

"lb^, pi. disappear,

finish,

(gp'mgr) pr.n.f.

stolen,

to

inf.

Pu. 333,

ac-

deDilil,

to

be

be imparted by Hith.

oneself

withdraw by (g&nnST?)

S^nn away,

to

to

stealth.

m, pJ- D*5J2,

thief [by habit].

,-3

^33

/

(rnebi')

something

pr.n.m.

complish,

23^,

ni3|

5

,c

^? ?Ps (g&mU'e'l) "TO (g?m*'r)

Pi.

or

steal

to

ceive by habit.

135 /,

2W

steal

to do [good

m

At. fut.

be stolen.

stealth.

or evil], to requite.

2<33

deceive. to

fut.

[for

*p}$j

to

accomplish

perform,

to deal with,

2W

c.

to purloin, abstract,

pt-

?#, ?4,

.

/

niJ^,

of a place ^fP*? (gimz?') pr.w. in Judah

(gQmir*),

pt.

1213,

n^^]

recompense, retaliation.

in/.nJ^M.nJ^, p. 313i|, p.

(gfnU'b)

pi.

theft,

stolen.

(g^ybafr) pr.n.m.

;

(g^Lnnr)

/,

;.

irua, pz.

ni33, garden, grove.

H35 Tr*3 ll.Jil

(gfrntf)

/

(gf'ngz)

in,

- mi only

p.

treasures, coffers.

c.


nm

TW

62 (g* nz *'^)

"=1X?-

D^'Jil

onl y p*- house.

>

treasure

, '

:

i

in/.

(g5n*'n)

cover,

to

TtyJ,

trv;,rt

be shaken,

stagger

r-

same

J7. /id. p.J the

(ginfro'n)

B$$

nW

as Q.

pr.ii.m.

R?V?

(g^'tf'm)

*)3 (g*f) in,

llil to roar, to low. ny)P v

back,

n^il (goV) pr.n. of a place near Jerusalem.

(gg-nj

/irf.

?VjJ

M.

be rejected, to be

to

to cast

to

fcjgi,

abhor, detest, reject.

thrown away. away,

1$, pi

c.

body,

top;

b^O

Hi.

to waste.

-^

(gm"l) pr.n.m.

'V^

(g?"$l)

/

(g^'fSn)

HSJI

[twice

pi D^?!,

m], vine,

shoot, tendril.

vine-plant;

:

hy_$

a

of

pr.n..

w,J.

w.*. 1J?3, i

:

person.

see V^J. T 'l

I

i

to

*>.

(g*'**l)

'&, Sft,

1

:

i

to

mountain in Ephraim.

guard.

protect,

jiriJJl

Huh. tfyann. t

or reel.

treasury.

1^

-

m

(go'fgr)

a

resinous

cypress, cedar or

tree,

I"^?!

(gfifrl'd-)

fir.

/ brimstone.

<#. [p. of im; >. c. ^, / n^|, dwelling, abiding; with J"P2: inmate,

ij

(gi)

servant. >v

(ger)

'*]"l 3, (

na

p.

stranger.

pilgrim,

foreigner,

probation.

ws.

wi,

^,

rejection, re-

guest,

visitor.

TB|

(g*Vr)

^|,

in/.

I'yf,

trop.

A*. ")$? to address

harshly,

cry at, scold, rebuke, threaten.

rn$

(r' 5 rr)

scolding,

M

(glr)

m

lime.

to

/,

c.

rr^ri

threatening,

,

re-

^,1"

(g? r 5')

^H

(g5i*5'l>)

pr.nm.

m

itch,

scurvy

[leprosy].

buke. ^\)-i (gvrf'V) pr.n.m.

B$tt

(g5'n-5)

ft* tt'V^, to

quake, tremble, shake. Pu.fut. W$\ to be shaken.

[scabby,

leper].

1313

(g*r g &'r)

berry.

m,

pi.

an$"i:,


maia

G3

1"13

rough, harsh [perh.

5

rV^TJ3 2>Z.

c.

(g*rgg'rg&)

only

/,

for

a

Hil

^t"1^

pr.n. of

(sfaMtf)

Canaanitic

HTJ]. see ^Jf3.

Gir-

people,

T^P

#*&

to scratch oneself.

to kindle, provoke, stir.

/'

g row

^

"1,4^-

person, self

r

^Q$

)

an gry

or

(s? r ?' n)

it

20 th part

w.s.

*>

of

{%&*'&)

cut

(s? r *' z )

niJ^j,

f

Hi. fut.

D151

off

(g5r^'

/w*.

)

remove

,

^r.w. of a

#*

PV

to

m.

be

fut.

and yn3

(glrzi')

draw

to

yn#, P t.

*p|

(gMzzi'm)

pr.n. of

(g* rz ^' n )

hatchet,

"H|

to

V^i)

to swallow.

collect,

"liP

chew the (giro'l)

ad;..

.

"?^

flpl.

to

sweep away,

away.

(g3r*'r)

draw,

/W.

axe.

inaJ

Pi. fut. in,

(g?r&'f)

a

mountain in Ephraim. ItH-

y$$

people in southern to snatch

J Jr

withdraw,

be withdrawn, diminished,

Palestine.

^

y,1^ to cut

,

lessened. (g rizzi')

crush.

to

diminish; to shear, shave.

off. 5

^P.^

ni^ia

be crushed.

to

E^l-J (gara'e)

JH|

harbour,

c.

thrashing -floor; open place before the gate of a town.

(ggrno'fr),

e

shelter, inn.

"H?

j^

^1*15,

throat, voice, neck.

f^VTI

Q^V!]-

pr.n.m.

(g&rtiii')

(ggmi'), pz.

a shekel [smallest weight of the Hebrews]. I

yr

war

f chewed cud;

berry,

grain,

[=

DJjJ,

body,

?-*

upon, to infest, (g? r 5

i.p.

1

make

to

enraged;

TH

gnaw.

bone;

D'b*!^,

flay;

Pi. fut.

D1^ to skin, to D ^. (grrgm) m, 2>J.

Hith.imp. "$JJTI,

remain.

let

to

(gSr&'d)

(g? r &' m ) to skin,

^^4

gasites.

"03

(g rg'l),

n1"]5"13j throat, neck.

to

to 13; snatch away

jfel.

;

draw

cud.

Pil^i^

to

up,

to

Pit. pt.

be sawed


G4

TO asunder.

"IT^P"

Hith.

to whirl [see also "B3].

of the Philistines.

^"^. (gS'rSB) wi something pounded or crushed.

*3J

^iy, n#n$ to

(gfr^s) /to.

*>*.

$(, p*. P / drive away, to expel; to divorce [a wife] to empty,

p

.

.

;

Ni. ttftp, pt. to be cast out.' to be tP"UJ, it

>

Dtg|| (gS'ggm) m,

pi

a town

5 (g r5'r) pr.n. of

"1^

T

DJfj,

&tffy heavy

c.

n*pjfff.

rain, shower.

0^ =

(go'Sgm)

m,

w.s. Pflflflj

btttt. V V I

^7

(go's^n)

town

of a

a

of

pr.n.

district in eastern

Egypt

:

in Judah.

XStS^I (gip5') pr.n.m.

pillage. *

:

stirred in/.

imp. B^4, Art. to drive away, expel.

EH3

Pu. ^"1*1

to be expelled.

m fruit, produce.

(g^'riSs)

HJH3 it

8^13,

r

5

(g rCib5

f expulsion.

)

5

jJJ

Dt^^U

ttttJ.

pr.n.m.

pr.. of a between Hermon

(g su'r)

district

and Bashan;

Q,^|

^enf.

^\^>

only

(gVftftn),

7/i.

D^'JIH to cause to rain.

the fourth

letter

as a numeral

(ds'W)

*"^

P^

=

;,/".

p*-w. of a city of

(g&ft)

the Philistines; gent. *$, (gltt^'ylra)

rffltil

(glttl'O-)

or

tune,

of

/ name

strument. "^j?.

(gS'&Sr)

of

pr.n.

the

n2S"I it t

5

(d '$b$')' V

anguish.

4.

languish, pine, faint.

of a

a musical in-

an

Aramaean people.

[door];

PQS^.,

pr.w. of

dit,

town in Benjamin.

:

alphabet, called

2$n

of

(g$3-)/;p/. nin^, wine-

press.

a

5

(g?r so'm)

H5

1

E?^

pr.n.m.

(g?'r sp'n)

5

IfltpJ)

"f

to grope, fumble.

nt^Jl see

^',14,

1^3) ?

J

Pi

up.

bo

taint ness-, pining.

^S1

see

W.

f '

fear.


3K1T

65

nyj

I

^H

or

to be

JNT,

(d*'*'s) fut.

anxious

to

troubled,

fear.

it-

niXT

for'

5

/

(d '$^5')

fear,

ap-

prehension.

*Cpl, to