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(Symbol missingHebrew characters) v. sub I. (Symbol missingHebrew characters)

(Symbol missingHebrew characters) v. sub (Symbol missingHebrew characters).

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)(Symbol missingHebrew characters) n.pr.m. (Ph. (Symbol missingHebrew characters)) son of Benjamin Gn 46 2,T (lacking Nu 26 38-40 ); son of Bela', & grandson of Benj., ace. to i Ch 8 3,5 cf. v 7; designation of a Benjamite family or clan; hence Ehud called (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Ju 3 15 , & so Shimei, 2 S 16 5 19 17,19 1 K 2 8 .

(Symbol missingHebrew characters)((Symbol missingsymbol characters) of foll.; Ar. (Symbol missingArabic characters), Aram. (Symbol missingAramaic characters) (have the scab etc.), are appar. denom.)

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)(Symbol missingHebrew characters) n.[m.] itch, scab (Ar. (Symbol missingArabic characters), Aram. (Symbol missingAramaic characters) As. garabu Dl§ 162 )— (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Lv 21 20 22 Dt 28 27 .

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)(Symbol missingHebrew characters) 1. n.pr.m. (cf. Palm, n.pr.m. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Vog141) one of David's heroes 2 S 23 38 = 1 Ch 11 40. 2. n.pr.loc. (cf. Sab. n.pr.loc.(Symbol missingHebrew characters) HalNo. 379,382) only in (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Je 31 39 hill of Gareb, appar. close to Jerusalem on the SW. cf. Gf; v. also Hi Che.

(Symbol missingHebrew characters) sub (Symbol missingHebrew characters)

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)(Symbol missingHebrew characters) adj. gent. only (Symbol missingHebrew characters) as n.pr.coll.; 'begotten' by Canaan Gn 10 16 = 1 Ch 1 14; in list of Canaanitish peoples displaced by Isr.; territ. unknown; Gn 15 21 Dt 7 1 Jos 3 10 24 11 Ne 9 8; cf. Gn io 16 1 Ch 1 14 supr. (Hex only JED).

(Symbol missingsymbol characters) [(Symbol missingHebrew characters)] vb. scrape, scratch (NH id., Aram. (Symbol missinglanguage characters) & Ph. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) flesh-scrapers CIS 338.4; cf. also Ar. (Symbol missingArabic characters) peel or 'strip off bark, shave hair fr. a hide etc.) — Hithp. Inf. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) scrape one's self Jb 2 8 .

(Symbol missingsymbol characters)[(Symbol missingHebrew characters)] vb. only Pi. stir up strife, Hithp. engage in strife (cf. NH Pi. stir up, excite, against ((Symbol missingHebrew characters)) Hithp.; Aram. Pa. (Symbol missingAramaic characters) esp. As. garû, Qal attack, be at war with, garû, girû, enemy, etc. AsrbAnnals iv.49,50 (KB ii.190 ) also SASmithAsrb. i. ii. Gloss.; Ar. (Symbol missingArabic characters) is run, esp. of water, flow, etc.)— Pi. Impf. 3 ms. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Pr 15 18 28 25 29 22 , all c. obj. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) excite, stir up, strife. — On (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dt 14 8 v. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) sub (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Hithp. Pf. 2 fs. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Je 50 24; Impf. 3 ms. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dn 11 25 , (Symbol missingHebrew characters) v 10; 2 ms. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) 2 K 14 19 2 Ch 25 19; juss. apoc. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dt 2 9.19; 3 mpl. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Pr 28 4 Dn 11 10 , cf. Dn 11 10 Kt., v. supr.; 2 mpl. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dt 2 6 (juss.); Imv. ms. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dt 2 24; — 1. excite one-self against ((Symbol missingHebrew characters) pers.), engage in strife with, lit. Dt 2 5.19 , 2 K 14 19 = 2 Ch 25 19 (sq. (Symbol missingHebrew characters)(Symbol missingHebrew characters) personif. as challenged opponent); also + acc. of manner, (Symbol missingHebrew characters) Dt 2 9.24; fig. (Symbol missingHebrew characters) D3 Pr 28 4 while they that keep the law are at strife with them, i.e. with those that forsake it. 2. abs., excite oneself (against foe), wage war, only Dn 11 : D'?! D'^n fiDH *DD v;i TQfc v 10 they shall wage war, etc.; niVD-iy Vjarn afeh v 10 and he shall return and war, even to his strongMd; v 25 sq. nDPI^ 4. bli ^ns (instr.) tpi.^l n.m. * 69 ' 4 neck, throat (connexion with above -/dub.; Thes RobGes (cf. MV) from mj in (assumed) sense of Ty of a drag- ging, scraping sound; cf. n"J?0; yet Vperh. pj q.v.; Ar. ^JCa. (sub ^jL Frey Lane)//-ora< part of neck of camel, etc.) — '} Is 3 16 58 1; sf. «^TI| ^ 6 9 4; ^ria Ez 16" + Je 2 2S Qr (Kt -phi)); DJiif 115' i4 9 «, apz+ 5 w;— throat; l.of the visible exterior (front) of throat, neck '3 riiltM Is 3 16 outstretched of neck ( = with outstretched neck); W^fTJ) f$y Ez 4 1 19 and a chain upon thy neck. 2. throat, as capable of thirst Je 2 M; as organ of speech |T03 KT.J3 Is 58 1 (|| Pin ^ip), "ij Wjp tf!> ^ 1 15 7; also wvua bx hfccVi ■J' 149 6 At'7/i. sora</« <o GW (6e) jn their throat; cf. 'aria "ina ^, 69 4 (Symbol missingHebrew characters) parched (|| , ny3J

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is an opened sepulchre. T Li~'"0^] n.f. contention, strife, hostility (cf. Aram, tnffl, ft. %; v. Thes; fnjTl NHWB & Fl in ChWB"- 681 )— only cstr. sg. nnant? 1"1,t ^ 39"/ row (i- e - through) the liostility of thy hand I am consumed. . ma, 11. ma v. sub -nj. T ••' T" rvna v. sub i. to. f [T*13] vb. cut, cut off (Ar. Jji cm<, cw< <#f, exterminate)— Niph. P/. 'WpjJ ^ 31 33 = destroyed out of Yahweh's sight. TITia n.m. ,,I0,M axe (pic£, pick-axe, $t. in Si"; on format, cf. Sta 894 * Ges 486 - 1 "- 64 )— Dt 19 5 20 19 Is 10" 1 K 6 7 (Co conj. also Ez 31"). "hna Kt, nia (q.v.) Qr adj. gent. 1 S 27 s . tQ^^a n.pr.loc. mt. in N. Israel, S. of Sichem (Nabulus), opp. Ebal («'??), which was on N.; only '3 "in Dt 1 1 29 27" Jos 8 s3 Ju 9 7; mod. Jebel et-TCr Rob 8 ""- 274 "- Ed™** 223 . /J31J (possibly quadrilit. -/, whence foil, c. N prosthet. Cf. however infr.) t[7I2"^X] n.m. a kind of vessel, basin or basket (t; others basket-like, basket-shaped