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2,22 n. (Gr. ) healing, restoration to health Gn. 3,6. (cg. YY) wood, wooden material Dt. 3. (Gr. ) I) also, 2) introducing a question Gn. 3,I 1 (< H). cstr. appd (Gr. 136) m. I) face, surface, 2) nose, nostrils Gn. 2,7, var. an$-, Is. 2,22, Am. 410, 3) 'a2 a. over, on, md'al a. from (a position over) Gn. 4,14, Dt. 6 ~ 5ba'a. , against Is. 2,4. possible to (la- w. ) Gn. 4,14. (Gr. 196) f. finger Is. 2,8, fg I, syll. w. segol. (Gr. 125) four Gn. 2,1o. (Gr. 127) fourty Ex. 24,18, Dt. IO,IO. s. "8.

2,1o. (Gr. 127) fourty Ex. 24,18, Dt. IO,IO. s. "8. (< H) coffin, box. 56 GLOSSARY (Gr. ) 1g6f. pl. ) way, road (also figuratively). Pr ba- in the manner of, as in Am. 4,Io. a'rd (Gr. ), 2) because, 3) when. Var. B ~ Y NAm. 4,13fs, same form throughout TP, pointed in Fr. var. g, Gza. g. Translation of H '3. m. lion. crib Is, 1,3, 5 u-. Af. (Gr. ) I) to be long (days, time) impf. y& Ex. 20,12, gns yb-, Dt. 6,2: Ps. as T, to stay long, to wait Ex. 24,14, 2) to live long, lit. to prolong (days) Dt.

Neo. I" ptn. (Gr. 199) sister Gn. 4,22. attJ;n (cg. IPN) a thorny plant, Lyciurn Gn. 3,18, i @atin, gns w. a : Ps. ~ D D K ! ) pagan altar Am. 3,14. (Gr. 220, cf. H 7 9 ~ how ) Is. 1,21. (Gr. 174) m. tree. (Gr. 140) fear Dt. II,25. (H) it is not Is. 2,7 C. (Gr. 108, cg. mt) there islwas. W. la- denoting possession he has Ex. 24,14. (Gr. -Inf. xal Gn. 1,29, h ~ Dt. , inf. abs. me'x&l Gn. z,16 (Gr. 279). Ptc. for imperfective cstr. pl. (who) e. g and 17 : Ps. , Neo. 313 pf. w. ptc. for past imperfective (everybody who) +>x ;n;r was eating (from it).

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