Abridged Edition of Gesenius's Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament Scriptures, from the Engl. Tr. of S.P. Tregelles

Abridged Edition of Gesenius's Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament Scriptures, from the Engl. Tr. of S.P. Tregelles

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ... Ps. 78: . 7; Pro. 3: 26. (3) folly. Ecc. 7:25. nSps f.--(i) confidence, hope, Job 4: 6. (2) folly, Ps. 85:9. m. Zech. 7:1; Ne'h. 1:1; Chisleu, the ninth of the Hebrew months. Its etymology is altogether uncertain. 231 TO FOLD TOGETHER, TO DOUBLE, Ex. 26:9; part. pass, doubled, Ex. 28: 16. Niphal, to be doubled, or repeated, Eze. 21: 19.. m. a doubling. Job 41:5, 'the doubling1 of his jaws, ' i. e. his jaw armed with a double row of teeth. Dual--(1) pr. two folds, foldings. Job 11:6, for God's wisdom has double folds, ' i. e. the wisdom of God is complicated, inexplicable. (2) double, Isa. 40: 2. m To Pine, from hunger and thirst (Arab, to roll ufi) once used of a vine wanting-water; Eze. 17:7, 'behold this vine, thirsting," extended her roots to him.?W m. hunger, penury, Job 5: 22; 30: 3. DS3 an unused root; Syr. to joint together, to connect, see D3. To Bend, To Bow Down. Isa. 58: 5; intrans. to bend oneself, Ps. 57: 7. Part, those who are bowed down, Ps. 145: 14; 146: 8. Niphal, to submit oneself to any one, Mic. 6: 6.-T prop. TO COVER, TO COVER OVER. Specially--(2) to cover over, to overspread with anything, as with pitch, to pitch, Gen. 6: 14. (3) covered with hair, to be hairy, shaggy, see "TO3. (4) to cover sins, i.e. to pardon. Piel--(1) to cover, i.e. to pardon sin; Ps. 65:4; Jer. 18:23; Deut. 21: 8; 2 Ch. 30: iS. 1B3 (2) to obtain forgiveness.--(a) to expiate an offence, Dan. 9:24; Lev. 4:26; 5:26; Ex. 32:30, --(b) to make expiation for an offender, to free him from charge; Ex. 30:10; Lev. 16:6; 17:11; for inanimate thing's which were accounted to be defiled; Lev. 16:18,33. Examples of full construction are, Lev. 5: 18, and the priest shall make atonement for him, on account of his sins;' 4:26, and the priest shall make atonement...show more

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