Imágenes de páginas

by tam-roo-reem', m. pl.

Ex. 29:27. the breast of the wave offering

35:22. (offered) an offering of gold Jer. 6:26. most bitter lamentation: (lit. lamentation 38:24. the gold of the offering, of bitternesses )

29. the brass of the offering 31:15. lamentation, (and) bitter weeping ; (lit. Lev. 7:30. a wave offering before the Lord. weeping of bitternesses)

34. For the wave breast Hos 12:14(15). Ephraim provoked (him) to anger

8:27. waved them (for) a wave offering most bitterly: (marg. with bitternesses)

29. a wave offering before the Lord: 9:21. waved (for) a wave offering

10:14. And the wave breast and heave shoulder DM tam-roo-reem', m. pl.

15. the wave breast shall they bring

- wave (it for) a ware offering Jer. 31:21. make thee high heaps :

14:12, wave them (for) a wave offering
21.a trespass offering to be waved, (marg. for

a waving)
piyan tam-reek', m.

24. wave them (for) a wave offering

23:15. the sheaf of the wave offering; Pro.20:30. (an) The blueness of a wound cleanseth

17. two wave loaves of two tenth deals: away evil: (marg. (is) a purging medi

20. a wave offering before the Lord, cine against)

Nu. 6:20.a wave offering before the Lord:

the wave breast and heave shoulder:
8:11. an offering (marg. wave offering) of the

children of Israel,
13. an offering unto the Lord.

15. offer them (for) an offering.

21. an offering before the Lord;

18:11. the wave offerings of the children of Israel: * KAL.- Future. *

18. as the wave breast and as the right Hos 8:10. though they have hired among the Isa. 19:16. the shaking of the hand * HIPHIL.-Preterite. *

30:32. in battles of shaking Hos 8: 9. Ephraim hath hired lovers.

A tan-noor', m. mm (tāh-nūh'].

Gen 15:17.behold a smoking furnace,

Ex. 8: 3(7:28). upon thy people, and into thine * PIEL. - Infinitive. * Jud. 11:40. the daughters of Israel went yearly to Lev. 2: 4. a meat offering baken in the oven, lament (marg. or, talk with)

7: 9. offering that is baken in the oven, PIEL.-Future.

11:35. oven, or ranges for pots,

26:26. shall bake your bread in one oven, Jud. 5:11. shall they rehearse the righteous acts

Neh 3:11.and the tower of the furnaces.

12:38. beyond the tower of the furnaces

Ps. 21: 9(10). Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven nion tan-nõhth', f. pl. Isa. 31: 9. and his furnace in Jerusalem.

Lam 5:10. Our skin was black like an oven Mal ): 3. waste for the dragons of the wilderness.

Hos. 7: 4. as an oven heated by the baker,

6. made ready their heart like an oven, 779M [t'noo-ūh'], f.

7. They are all hot as an oven,

Mal 4: 1(3:19). that shall burn as an oven ; Nu. 14:34. ye shall know my breach of promise. (marg.

or, altering of my purpose) Job 33:10. he findeth occasions against me,

nininm tan-ghoo-mõhth', f. pl.

Job 15:11. the consolations of God
10m t'noo-vūh', f.

21: 2. let this be your consolations.
Deu32:13. that he might eat the increase
Jud. 9:11. my sweetness, and my good fruit,
Isa. 27: 6. fill the face of the world with fruit..

D'PINIA tan-ghoo-meem', m. pl. Lam 4: 9.for ( want of) the fruits of the field.

Ps. 94:19.thy comforts delight my soul. Eze.36:30. and the increase of the field,

Isa. 66:11. the breasts of her consolations ;

Jer. 16: 7.give them the cup of consolation
Um t'nooch, m.
Ex. 29:20. put (it) upon the tip of the right ear

D'OA tan-neem, m. pl.
the tip of the right ear of his sons,
Lev. 8:23. upon the tip of Aaron's right ear,

Job 30:29. I am a brother to dragons, 24. Moses put of the blood upon the tip of

Ps. 44:19(20). sore broken us in the place of dragons, 14:14. the priest shall put (it) upon the tip of

Isa. 13:22. and dragons in (their) pleasant palaces: 17. put upon the tip of the right ear

34:13. it shall be an habitation of dragons, 25. put (it) upon the tip of the right ear

35: 7. in the habitation of drugons, 28. the tip of the right ear of him that is

43:20. shall honour me, the dragons and the owls: Jer. 9:11(10).Jerusalem heaps, (and) a den of

dragons ; MAJA t'noo-māh', f.

10:22. Judah desolate, (and) a den of dragons.

14: 6. snuffed up the wind like dragons ; Job 33:15. in slumberings upon the bed;

49:33. Hazor shall be a dwelling for dragons, Ps. 132: 4. I will not give...slumber to mine eyelids, 51:37.a dwellingplace for dragons, Pro. 6: 4. nor slumber to thine eyelids.

Eze.32: 2. thou (art) as a whale (marg. or, dragon) 10 & 24:33. a little sleep, a little slumber,

in the seas:

Mic. 1: 8. make a wailing like the dragons, nonym t'noo-phūh', f. Ex. 29:24. a ware offering before the Lord.

D'IM tan-neen', m. 26. wave it (for) a wave offering

Eze.29: 3. the great dragon that lieth in the midst

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GIA (tin-yāhn'], Ch. adj. ord.

qon tan-neen', m.

Isa. 28: 7. through strong drink are out of the way;

they are out of the way through strong Gen 1:21. God created great whales,

47:15. they shall wander every one to his Ex. 7: 9. it shall become a serpent.

53: 6. All we like sheep have gone astray: 10. it became a serpent.

Eze.44:10. which went astray away from me 12. every man his rod, and they became 48:11. which went not astray... as the Levites serpents :

went astray, Deu 32:33. Their wine (is) the poison of dragons,

KAL.— Infinitive. Neh 2: 13. even before the dragon well,

Eze.44:10. when Israel went astray, Job 7:12.(Am) I a sea, or a whale,

15 & 48:11, when the children of Israel went Ps. 74:13. thou brakest the heads of the dragons

astray 91:13. the young lion and the dragon 148: 7. ye dragons, and all deeps:

KAL.-Future. Isa. 27: 1. he shall slay the dragon that (is).

Gen 21:14. and wandered in the wilderness
51: 9.cut Rahab, (and) wounded the dragon ? Job 38:41. they wander for lack of meat.
Jer. 51:31. hath swallowed me up like a dragon, Pro. 7:25. go not astray in her paths.
Lam. 4: 3. Even the sea monsters (marg. or, sea calves) 14:22. Do they not err that devise evil?
draw out

Isa. 35: 8. men, though fools, shall not err
Eze. 14:11. Israel muy go no more astray

KAL.–Participle. Poel.

Gen 37:15. behold, (he was) wandering in the field: Dan 7: 5. a second, like to a bear,

Ex. 23: 4. enemy's ox or his ass going astray,
Ps. 95:10. It (is) a people that do err in

Pro.21:16. The man that wandereth out of the way man tin-yāh-nooth', Ch. adv. Isa. 29:24. They also that erred in spirit

* NIPHAL.-Preterite. * Dan 2: 7. They answered again and said,

Job 15:31. Let not him that is deceived trust

NIPHAL.- Infinitive. QUIM tan-sheh'-meth, f. Isa. 19:14. as a drunken (man) staggereth Lev.11:18. the swan, and the pelican,

* HIPHIL.-Preterite. * 30. the snail, and the mole.

Gen 20:13. when God caused me to wander Deu 14:16. the great owl, and the swan,

Isa. 19:13. they have also seduced Egypt,

14. and they have caused Egypt to est

Jer. 42:20. For ye dissembled in your hearts, (marg. gym (tāh-gav').

or, used deceit against your souls)

50: 6. shepherds have caused them to go astray, * NIPHAL.-Preterite. *

Hos. 4:12. huth caused (them) to ert, 1Ch 21: 6. the king's word was abominable to Joab.

NIPHAL.- Participle.

2K. 21: 9, and Manasseh seduced them Job 15:16. How much more abominable

2Ch 33: 9. So Manasseh made err, Isa. 14:19. thy grave like an abominable branch, Job 12:24. and causeth them to wander * PIEL.-Preterite, *

25. and he maketh them to stagger (marg.

wander) Job 9:31. and mine own clothes shall abhor me. Ps. 107:40. and causeth them to wander

19:19. All my inward friends abhorred me : Pro. 12:26. the way of the wicked seduceth them. 30:10. They abhor me, they fee far from me, Isa. 63:17. why hast thou made us to err PIEL. — Infinitive.

Jer. 23:13. and caused my people Israel to err. Deu 7:26, and thou shalt utterly abhor it; (lit. and Am. 2: 4. and their lies caused them to err,

32. and cause my people to err
abhorring thou shalt abhor)

PIEL.- Future.

Pro. 10:17. but he that refuseth reproof erreth.(marg. Deu 7:26. thou shalt utterly ubhor it ; 23: 7(8). Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite; for Isa. 3:12. they which lead thee cause (thee) to err,

or, causeth to err) he (is) thy brother: thou shalt not ubhor Ps. 5: 6(7). the Lord will abhor the bloody

9:16(15). leaders of this people cause (them) to 106:40. insomuch that he abhorred his own

30:28. jaws of the people, causing (them) to ert. 107:18. Their soul abhorreth all manner

Mic. 3: 5. the prophets that make my people err, 119:163. I hate and abhor lying: Eze.16:25. and hust made thy beauty to be abhorred, Am. 5:10. they abhor him that speaketh uprightly.

. PIEL.–Participle. Isa. 49: 7. to him whom the nation abhorreth,

Ru. 4: 7. this (was) a testimony in Israel. Mic. 3: 9. Israel, that abhor judgment,

Isa. 8:16. Bind up the testimony,

20. To the law and to the testimony : * HIPHIL.-Preterite. * Ps. 14: 1. they have done abominable works,

53: 1(2). and have done abominable iniquity: Eze.16:52. thou hast committed more abominable HIPHIL.-Future.

IK, 18:32. he made a trench about the altar,

35. he filled the trench also with water. IK, 21:26. And he did very abominably

38. licked up the water that (was) in the trench. 2K, 18:17. by the conduit of the upper pool,

20:20. he made a pool, and a conduit, nym tāh-gāh'.

Job 38:25. Who hath divided a watercourse

Isa. 7: 3. at the end of the conduit of the upper pool * KAL.-Preterite. *

36: 2. he stood by the conduit the upper pool Ps. 58: 3(4). they go astray as soon as they be born, Jer. 30:13. thou hast no healing medicines. (lit. me107: 4. They wundered in the wilderness

dicines of healing) 119:110. yet I erred not from thy precepts.

46:11. thou shalt not be cured. (marg. no cure 176. I have gone astray like a lost sheep;

(shall be) unto thee; lit, medicines of Isa. 16: 8. they wandered (through) the wilderness:

healing) 21. 4. My heart panted (marg. or, My mind Eze.31: 4. sent out her little rivers (marg. or, con wandered), fearfulness

duits) unto all the trees


abym t'gāh-lāh', f.

bobabyn tah-găloo-leem', m. pl.

makyn tah-gåloom-māh', f.

Hipsyn tah-ġătzoo-mõhth', f. pl.

Job 21:12. They take the timbrel and harp,

Ps. 81: 2(3). bring hither the timbrel, Isa. 3: 4. and babes shall rule over them,

149: 3. praises unto him with the timbrel 66: 4. I also will choose their delusions, (marg.

150: 4. Praise him with the timbrel or, devices)

Isa. 5:12. the harp, and the viol, the tabret,

24: 8. The mirth of tabrets ceaseth,

30:32. shall be with tabrets and harps: Jer. 31: 4. thou shalt again be adorned with thy ta

brets, (marg. or, timbrels ) Job II: 6. that he would shew thee the secrets of

Eze.28:13. the workmanship of thy tubrets 28:11, and the thing that is hid bringeth he forth Ps. 44:21(22). he knoweth the secrets of the heart.

17789m tiph-āh-rāh', & non JUJYM tah-ġảnoog', m.

tiph-eh'-reth, f. Pro. 19:10. Delight is not seemly for a fool;

Ex. 28: 2, 40. for glory and for beauty. Ecc. 2: 8. and the delights of the sons of men, Deu 26:19. in name, and in honour ; Cant.7: 6(7). how pleasant art thou, O love, for Jud. 4: 9. the journey...shall not be for thine honour ; delights!

1 Ch 22: 5.of fame and of glory Mic. 1:16.and poll thee for thy delicate children ;

29:11. Thine, O Lord, (is) the greatness, and the (lit. the children of thy delights)

power, and the glory,
2: 9. cast out from their pleasant houses; (lit. 13. and praise thy glorious name.
the houses of her delights)

2Ch 3: 6. with precious stones for beauty:

Est. 1: 4. the honour of his excellent majesty
D'OYD [tah-găneeth'], f.

Ps. 71: 8. (and with) thy honour all the day.

78:61.and his glory into the enemy's hand. Ezr. 9: 5. I arose up from my heaviness ; (marg. or,

89:17(18). thou (art) the glory of their strength: affliction)

96: 6. strength and beauty (are) in his Pro. 4: 9.a crown of glory shall she deliver

16:31. The hoary head (is) a crown of glory, yyn (tūh-ğağ'].

17: 6.and the glory of children (are) their

19:11.and (it is) his glory to pass over * PILPEL.-Purticiple. *

20:29. The glory of young men (is) their Gen27:12. I shall seem to him as a deceiver ;

28:12. (men) do rejoice, (there is) great glory :

Isa. 3:18. the bravery of (their) tinkling ornaments * HITHPALPEL.–Participle. *

4: 2. the fruit of the earth (shall be ) excellent 2Ch 36:16.and misused his prophets,

and comely 10:12, the glory of his high looks. 13:19. Babylon,...the beauty of the Chaldees' 20: 5. and of Egypt their glory.

28: 1. whose glorious beauty (is) a fading flower, Ps. 68:35( 36). he that giveth strength and power

4. And the glorious beauty,

5.a diadem of beauty,

44:13. according to the beauty of a man; wym tah-gar, m.

46:13. salvation in Zion for Israel my glory.

52: I. put on thy beautiful garments, Nu, 6: 5. there shall no rasor come upon his

60: 7. I will glorify the house of my glory.
8: 7. let them shave (marg. cause a rasor to 19.and thy God thy glory.
pass over) all their flesh,

62: 3. Thou shalt also be a crown of glory I Sa. 17:51.drew it out of the sheath thereof,

63:12. with his glorious arm, 2Sa. 20: 8. upon his loins in the sheath thereof;

14. to make thyself a glorious name. P's. 52: 2(4). like a sharp razor,

15. of thy holiness and of thy glory : Isa. 7:20. shave with a razor that is hired,

64:1/(10). Our holy and our beautiful house, Jer. 36:23. he cut it with the penknife, (lit. with the Jer. 13:11. for a praise, and for a glory: knife of a writer)

18. the crown of your glory. 47: 6. put up thyself into thy scabbard,

20. was given thee, thy beautiful flock? Eze. 5: 1. take thee a barbers' razor,

33: 9. a praise and an honour 21: 3(8). draw forth my sword out of his sheath,

48:17. broken, (and) the beautiful rod I
4(9). my sword go forth out of his sheath Lam 2: 1. the beauty of Israel,
5(10). drawn forth my sword out of his Eze.16:12. a beautiful crown upon thine head.
sheath :

17. Thou hast also taken thy fair jewels
30(35). cause (it) to return into his sheath ?

39. shall take thy fair jewels, (marg. instru

ments of thine ornament)

23:26. and take away thy fair jewels. (marg, inniznym tah-găroo-võhth', f. pl.

struments of thy decking)

42. beautiful crowns upon their heads. 2K. 14:14. and hostages, (lit. children of pledges)

24:25. the joy of their glory, 2Ch 25:24. the hostuges (lit. children of pledges)

Zec.12: 7. the glory of the house of David and the

glory of the inhabitants Dyynyn tag-too-geem', m. pl. Jer. 10:15. vanity, (and) the work of errors :

TIADA tap-poo'ágḥ, m. 51:18. vanity, the work of errors ;

Pro. 25:11. A word fitly spoken (is like) apples of
Cant.2: 3. As the apple tree among the trees

5.comfort me with apples :

7: 8(9). the smell of thy nose like apples ; Gen31:27.with songs, with tabret, and with harp ? 8: 5. I raised thee up under the apple tree : Ex. 15:20. took a timbrel in her hand ;

Joel 1:12. palm tree also, and the apple tree, went out after her with timbrels Jud. 11:34. came out to meet him with timbrels 1 Sa. 10: 5. with a psaltery, and a tabret,

18: 6. to meet king Saul, with tabrets, 28a. 6: 5.on psalteries, and on timbrels,

Jer. 25:34. the days of your slaughter and of your 1Ch 13: 8. and with timbrels, and with cymbals,


on tõhph, m.

şibm (t'phöh-tzāh']. f.

bon tūh-phēhl', m.

D'IDM (too-phee-neem'], m. pl.

Ps.142[title] (1). Maschil of David; A Prayer

143: 1. Hear my prayer, O Lord, Lev. 6:21(14). the baken pieces of the meat offering

Pro. 15: 8.but the prayer of the upright

29. but he heareth the prayer of the righteous. 28: 9. his prayer (shall be) abomination. Isa. 1:15. when ye make many prayers,

37: 4. lift up (thy) prayer for the remnant

38: 5. I have heard thy prayer, Job 6: 6. Can that which is unsavoury be eaten Lam. 2:14. have seen vain and foolish things

56: 7. make them joyful in my house of prayer : Eze.13:10. others daubed it with untempered

(lit. the house of my prayer) 11. which daub (it) with untempered

house shall be called an house of prayer 14. ye have daubed with untempered

Jer, 7:16. neither lift up cry nor prayer 15. daubed it with untempered (morter),

11:14. neither lift up a cry or prayer 22:28. have daubed them with untempered

Lam.3: 8. he shutteth out my prayer.

44. that (our) prayer should not pass through. Dan 9: 3. to seek by prayer and supplications,

17. hear the prayer of thy servant,

21. whiles I (was) speaking in prayer, Job 1:22. nor charged God foolishly. (marg. or, at- Jon. 2: 7(8). my prayer came in unto thee, tributed folly to God)

Hab. 3: 1. A prayer of Habakkuk 24:12. yet God layeth not folly Jer. 23:13. I have seen folly (marg. unsavoury, or, an absurd thing) in the prophets

Jer. 49:16. Thy terribleness hath deceived thee,

Asan tiph-lāh', f.

neben (tiph-leh'-tzeth], f.

nyon t'phil-lah', f.

om (tūh-phar'].

van tūh-phas'.

2Sa. 7:27. to pray this prayer unto thee.

on [tāh-phaph']. IK. 8:28. have thou respect unto the prayer of hearken unto the cry and to the prayer,

* KAL.-Participle. Poel. *
29. the prayer which thy servant shall make Ps. 68:25(26). the damsels playing with timbrels.
38. What prayer and supplication soever

* POEL.Participle. *
45. hear thou in heaven their prayer
49. hear thou their prayer

Nah. 2: 7(8). tabering upon their breasts.
54.made an end of praying all this prayer

9: 3. I have heard thy prayer 2K. 19: 4. lift up (thy) prayer for the remnant 20: 5. I have heard thy prayer,

* KAL.Preterite. * 2Ch 6:19. Have respect therefore to the prayer of Job 16:15. I huve sewed sackcloth upon my skin,

the prayer which thy servant prayeth 20. to hearken unto the prayer

KAL.— Infinitive. 29. what prayer (or) what supplication

Ecc. 3: 7. A time to rend, and a time to sew;
35. their prayer and their supplication,

39. their prayer and their supplications,
40. unto the prayer (that is made ) in this place. Gen 3: 7.and they sewed fig leaves together,
(marg. to the prayer of this place)

* PIEL.— Participle. * 7:12. I have heard thy prayer,

Eze.13:18. Woe to the women that sew 15. unto the prayer (that is made) in this place.

(marg. to the prayer of this place) 30:27. their prayer came (up) to his, 33:18. Manasseh, and his prayer unto his God,

* KAL.-Preterite. * 19. His prayer also, and (how God) was Neh 1: 6. hear the prayer of thy servant,

Deu21:19. Then shall his father and his mother lay 11.attentive to the prayer of thy servant, and

hold on to the prayer of thy servants,

22:28. and lay hold on her, 11:17. to begin the thanksgiving in prayer:

Jos. 8:23. the king of Ai they took alive, Job 16:17. also my prayer (is) pure.

2K. 14: 7.and took Selah by war, Ps. 4: 1(2). mercy upon me, and hear my prayer.

13. Jehoash king of Israel took Amaziah 6: 916). the Lord will receive my prayer.

2 Ch 25: 23. Joash the king of Israel took Amaziah 17 [title] (1). A prayer of David.

Pro.30: 9. and take the name of my God 1(2). give ear unto my prayer,

Jer. 40:10. dwell in your cities that ye have taken. 35:13. and my prayer returned into mine own

KAL.— Infinitive. 39:12(13). Hear my prayer, O Lord,

Deu 20:19. in making take it, 42: 8(9). my prayer unto the God of my life. 54: 24). Hear my prayer, O God;

Jos. 8: 8. when ye have taken the city, 55: 1(2). Give ear to my prayer, O God;

Sa. 23:26. and his men round about to take them. 61: 112). attend unto my prayer.

Jer. 34: 3. shalt surely be taken, (lit. taking be taken) 65: 2(3). O thou that hearest prayer,

Eze.14: 5. That I may take the house of Israel 66:19. hath attended to the voice of my prayer.

21:11(16). furbished, that it may be handled:

(lit. to hold in the hand) 20. hath not turned away my prayer,

29: 7. When they took hold of thee 69:13(14). my prayer (is) unto thee, O Lord, 72:20. The prayers of David the son of Jesse

30:21. make it strong to hold the sword. 80: 4(5). against the prayer of thy people ?

KAL.-Imperative. 81: 89). O Lord God of hosts, hear my prayer: IK. 13: 4. saying, Lay hold on him. 86[title] (1). A prayer of David.

18:40. Take (marg. Apprehend) the prophets of 6(7). Give ear, O Lord, unto my prayer ;

20:18. come out for peace, take them alive; or 88: 2(3). Let my prayer come before thee:

whether they be come out for war, take 13(14). in the morning shall my prayer.

them alive.
90 [title] (1). A prayer of Moses the man of God. 2K. 10:14. he said, Take them alive.
102 [title] (1). A prayer of the afflicted,

Ps. 71:11. persecute and take him ;
1(2). Hear my prayer, O Lord,
17118). will regard the prayer of the destitute,

and not despise their prayer.

Gen39:12. And she caught him by his garment, 109: 4.1 (give myself unto) prayer.

Deu 9:17. And I took the two tables, 7. and let his prayer become sin.

1 Sa.15: 8. And he took Agag the king of 141: 2. Let my prayer be set forth before thee IK. 11:30. And Ahijah caught the new garment 5. my prayer also ( shall be) in their

18:40. escape. And they took them:

Dnip [t'kõh-mēhm'], m.

2K. 7:12. we shall catch them alive,

Pro. 24:14. and thy expectation shall not be cut off. 10:14. And they took them alive,

26:12 & 29:20. (there is) more hope of a fool 16: 9. went up against Damascus, and took it, Jer. 29:11. to give you an expected end. (marg. end 18:13. fenced cities of Judah, and took them.

and expectation) 25: 6. So they took the king,

31:17. there is hope in thine end, saith the Lord, Isa. 3: 6.a man shall take hold of his brother Lam.3:29. if so be there may be hope.

36: 1. defenced cities of Judah, and took them. Eze.19: 5. when she saw that she had waited, (and) Jer. 26: 8. that the priests...and all the people took

her hope was lost, 37:13. and he took Jeremiah the prophet,

37:11. Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost: 14. so Irijah took Jeremiah,

Hos. 2:15(17). valley of Achor for a door of hope : 52: 9. Then they took the king,

Zec. 9:12. to the strong hold, ye prisoners of hope: KAL.-Participle. Poel. Gen 4:21. the father of all such as handle Nu. 31:27. between them that took the war

napa tkoo-māh', f. Jer. 2: 8.and they that handle the

Lev.26:37. ye shall have no power to stand before your 46: 9. the Libyans, that handle the shield; and

enemies. the Lydians, that handle (and) bend the 49:16. that holdest the height of the hill:

50:16. and him that handleth the sickle Eze.27:29. all thut handle the oar, 38: 4. all of them handling swords:

Ps. 139:21. and am not I grieved with those that rise up Am. 2:15. Neither shall he stand that handleth

against thee?
KAL.- Participle. Paül.
Hab. 2:19. it (is) laid over with gold
* NIPHAL.-Preterite. *

Eze. 7:14. They have blown the trumpet,
Nu. 5:13. neither she be taken
Jer. 48:41. the strong holds are surprised,
50:24. thou art found, and also caught,

[t'koo-phāh'], f. 46. At the noise of the taking of Babylon 51:32. that the passages are stopped, (lit. tuken) Ex. 34:22. at the year's end. (marg. revolution of the Eze.12:13 & 17:20. and he shall be taken in my snare:

year) 19: 4, 8. he was taken in their pit,

Sa. 1:20. when the time was come about (marg. in NIPHAL.- Infinitive.

revolution of days) Eze.21:23(28). that they may be taken.

2Ch 24:23. at the end of the year, (marg. in the revolu

tion of the year) NIPHAL.–Future.

Ps. 19: 6(7). and his circuit unto the ends of it: Ps. 10: 2. let them be taken in the devices Jer. 34: 3. but shall surely be taken, 38:23. shalt be taken by the hand of the king

Opo tak-keeph', adj. 51:41.and how is the praise of the whole earth surprised!

Ecc. 6:10.contend with him that is mightier Eze.21:24(29). ye shall be taken with the hand. * PIEL.-Future, *

APA (tak-keeph'], Ch. adj. Pro.30:28. The spider taketh hold with her hands,

Ezr. 4:20. There have been mighty kings also

Dan 2:40. the fourth kingdom shall be strong non tõh'-pheth, m.

42. the kingdom shall be partly strong,

4: 3(3:33). and how mighty (are) his wonciers ! Job 17: 6. and aforetime I was as a tabret.

7: 7.dreadful and terrible, and strong


sipun tūh-kõh'äğ, m.

Spm [e’kal], Ch.

XMOM tiph-tāh-yēh', Ch. m. pl. Dan, 3: 2,3. the counsellors, the sheriffs,

* P’AL.Participle. Passive. *
Dan 5:25. Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin.
27. Tekel; Thou art weighed

* P'IL.-Preterite. *
Dan 5:27. Thou art weighed in the balances,

7727 tik-vūh', f.

1pm (tāh-kan'].

* KAL.-Infinitive. *
Ecc. 1:15. crooked cannot be made straight :

* PIEL.–Preterite. *
Ecc.12: 9. set in order many proverbs.

PIEL.— Infinitive.
Ecc. 7:13. for who can make (that) straight,

Jos. 2:18. thou shalt bind this line of scarlet thread in

the window

21. she bound the scarlet line in the window.
Ru. 1:12. If I should say, I have hope,
Job 4: 6.(this) thy fear, thy confidence, thy hope,

5:16. Šo the poor hath hope,
6: 8. that God would grant (me) the thing that

I long for! (marg. my expectation)
7: 6. My days...are spent without hope.
8:13. and the hypocrite's hope shall perish:
11:18. shalt be secure, because there is hope ;

20. and their hope (shall be as) the giving up 14: 7. there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down,

19. and thou destroyest the hope of man. 17:15. where (is) now my hope ? as for my hope,

who shall see it? 19:10. mine hope hath he removed like a tree.

27: 8. what (is) the hope of the hypocrite, Ps. 9:18(19). the expectation of the poor shall (not)

62: 5(6). my expectation (is) from him.

71: 5. thou (art) my hope, O Lord God: Pro. 10:28. but the expectation of the wicked shall 11: 7. wicked man dieth, (his) expectation shall

23. the expectation of the wicked (is) wrath. 19:18. Chasten thy son while there is hope, 23:18. and thine expectation shall not be cut off.

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