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Abbreviations in writing Hebrew Concordance xxii

words 3, 14, 34, 57, 121, 277 Conjectural criticism xiii. xxxviii,
Achor 70

xxxix
Additions to the Hebrew text in ó.

readings Am. iii. 11;
19, 27, 78, 130, 168, 198, 260, iv. 3, v. * 7. viï. 4, 12. ix. 1.
268, 270, 348, 358

Hos. i. * 9. v. 7. vii. * 16. viii.
Adultress, how punished 66

5, 11, 14. xii. * 4. Mic.
Affixes signify passively 107

i. * 12. Nah. i. 12. iii. 16. Zeph.
in the oblique case repeated ii. 9. Hab. i. * 12. iii. 7. 14.
in the nominative 295

Zech. iv. 12
Ammonites 18

Corner stone 316
Angel of the covenant 357

Chus 55
Arabism Aleph for vau 21, 119 Chusites ib.
Beth 132

Darkness, for calamity 37, 166
Ashdod 17

attends earthquakes 32
Ashes, custom of sitting on 9 David, what meant by this in the
Ashkelon 17

prophets 76
Ass, wild 105

Divinations, by rods or staves 82
Baal, 68, 70

Dower, anciently paid by the hus-
Baalim 69

band 74
Baal Peor 112

Drop, to drop a word 48
Baldness in mourning 51, 144 Dust, grief shewn by rolling in it 141
Bashan 28

Eagle 14+
Bear 131

Earthquake 15, 32,50
Beersheba 33

Eastwind 12, 125
Belial 178

Ebn Awi 140
Besor 45

Eder 153
Bethaven 83

Edom 18, 20, 249, 254
Betheden 16

Egypt, its diseases 31
Bethel 27

its reverence for kings 102
Beth-Ezel 142

- whether rain there 344
Bozrah 18

Ekron 17
Calf, why worshipped 104 Encyclopedie 32, 198
Calneh 41

Ephraim, of the feminine gender 85
Cakes, how prepared in the East 99 used plurally 317
Camillus, whence derived 116 Ethiopia 54, 223
Caphtor 55

Family, for people 24
Carmel 15

Fasting, how practised in the east 10
Caverns 53, 116, 250

Feast, on a sacrifice 29
Chaffer 197

Figs, early 112
Chaldeans 228

Figtree 247
Cherethites 55, 217

Forty days, a solemn period of time 9
Chiun 39

Foxes 140
Cici, a plant so called 11

Frequentative substantive 66
City Remembrancer 203

Future tense, has the force of the
Comparison, implied 167

present 3

+++ Thuse marked * seem most worthy of attention.

is.

2, 8,

*

Future tense, frequentative 25, 44 Lots cast for captives 186

converted by the dis- Lybia, whence derived 131
distant vau 22

Malchom 39
not always converted Manuscript, Ambrosian x
by vau 7

Coptic xvi
Garments, torn in grief 200 Manuscripts furnish variations in leta
Gate, the place of judgment 35 ters: Jon. iii. 2. Am. iv. 7, 13.
Gath 4.1

v. 8. vi. 10. vii. 2, viii. 8. ix.
Gaza 16

14. Hos. ii. 3. iv. 4, 6,

8, 18.
Gibeah 88

v. 3. vi. 4. vii. 1, * 6. viii, * 10.
Gifts, customary in the east 349

12. X.

10, 14, 15.
Gilgal 29

xiii. 8. 10, 13, 15. xiv. 1, 3.
God, great unto God for very great 10 Mic. i. 5, 8. ii. * 2. iv. 9, 11.
Grape, for wine 74

v. 6, 8, 12. vi. 5, 9, * 10, 14.
Hadrach 307

vii. 5, * 12. Nah. i. * 2. ii. * 3,
Hamath 41, 45

* 4. iii. * 15. Joel i. 20. ii. * 1.
Harvest, for time of destruction 95 * 12, * 23. Zeph. i. 4. ii. 10. jii.
rather for time of mercy 96

* 15. Hab. i. 9, * 15. ii. * 3, *6.
Hebraisms xxxiv

iii. * 13. Zech. i. 3. ii. * 6. iv. *
Hebrew language vii, viii

9. v. * 6. vii. 7, * 10. viii. 16.
Hieroglyphics 44

ix. 16. x. * 1, * 12. xii. * 7. xiv.
Horn, the symbol of strength 44 * 5, 10, * 15, * 18. Mal. ii. 5,
Horns of the altar 27

14, 15.
Horses, not slod anciently 44

In words: Am. ii. 15.
Hosts, God of hosts 27

iii. 1. v. * 6, 8, 16. vi. 1 vii. ' 7.
Housetops, places of worship 212 Hos, ii. 16. iv. * 18. ix. * 6, 9. xii.
Jakale 140

* 9. xiii. * 4. Mic. i. * 5. v. 6,
Jareb 89, 116

7,12. Joel i. 8, 13. ii. * 20. Zeph.
Jezreel 61, 63, 72

i. 8. ii. 6. Hab.i. * 8. ii. 2. Obad.
Infinitive mood Am. v. 11. Mal, ii. 13 16. Hagg. ii. 2. Zech. ii. 21.
Journey of one day 8

vi. 10. viii. * 1, * 3, * 20. xii. *
Islands 55, 219,

6, * 13. Mal i. 14. iii. * 5. iv. 6.
Judah, feminine Mal, ii. 11

One Ms. omits a clause Am. vi 8.
Judge, chief magistrate 19

with ó. Ar
Ivory, houses of 27

Memphis 109
Kir 16, 55

Metre, Hebrew xv, xxxvii
Kirioth 20

Mizpab s6
Kiss, bestowed on statues 129

Moab 19
Lakes called seas 185

Moloch 39
Lamentation, women skilled in it 36 Mood, the indicative form in Hebrew
used for elegy 33

verbs has the force of the potential
Lebanon, its wine 137

12, 349
Leopard 131

Mountains, gods denominated from
Light, for prosperity 37

them 112
Lion 24, 182

Mowing 45
Locust 31, 45, 88, 192, 195, 197 Nail 316
and through Joel

Naked, its extended signification 140
+++ The various lections marked * will serve to illustrate the great importance of the
Jate Doctor Kennicutt's collations.

*

Naked, captives made so 66, 185

their conduct sometim; mo-
Nile, eminently The river 50 rally wrong 1, 11
Nineveh 1, 8, 13, 172, 188, 189 Punctuation, a different one of the
No-Ammon 173, 185

sentence 31, 35, 104, 107, 110
Nominative absolute 110

Put 185
North, applied to Assyria and Baby- Rain 30, 92, 204,
lonia 219

in Egypt 344
Nose-jewel 69

Repentance, on God's part 46, 134,
Number,definite for indefinite 91,159 201
Omer 74

Repetitions Jon. ii. 3.1. 3. Ps. xlii. 7
Omission in the Hebrew text 128 Am. i. 2. 1. 1, 2. Joel iii. 16.
On, valley of 16

iv. 13. 1. 4. Mic. i. 3.
Ophel 153

v. 13. 1. 2. Mic. ii. 3.
Ostrich 141

ix. 13. 1. 4. Joel iii. 18.
Parallelism, synonymous xiïi, xiv, xv

Hos. iv. 10. 1. 1. Mic. vi. 14.
Paran 241

v. 3, 1. 3, 4. vi. 10.
Paronomasia 29, 49, 141, 142, 194, v. 5. I. 1. vii. 10,
217

vi. 4. I. 3, 4. xiii. 3.
Participle, change from it to the pre- viii. 13. 1. 3. ix. 9. Jer. xiv. 10.
ter tense 21

Mic. iii. 12, Jer. xxvi. 18.
Pelican 220

iv, 1, 2, 3. Isai. ji. 2, 3, 4.
Person, transition from the second to iv. 6. I. ij. Zeph. iii. 19.

the third Am. v. 12. Zeph. ii. 3 Nah. i. 15. 1. 1, 2. Isai. lii. 7.
Philistine, meaning of the word 55 ii. 10. 1. 4. Joel ii. 6.
Pits, prisons in the East 313

Joel i. 15. 1. 2, 3. Isai. xiii. 6.
Plural termination masculine, writ- Zeph. ii. 15.1. 1. 2. Isai. xlvii. 8.

ten contractedly 45, 198, 194, ii. 4. 1. 2. Ezek. xxii, 26.
205, 310

Hab. ii. 13. I. 2, 3. Jer. li. 58.
omitted, wholly or ii. 14. Isai. xi. 9.
partly, at the end of a line 111 ii. 19. 1. 2, 3. Ps. xviii. 33.
Prepositicn, olten omitted in Hebrew Obad. 1.

Jer. xlix, 14.
7, 28, 167, 244

2.

15.
Preter tense, its form has the force of

3, 4.

16.
the preterpluperfect 11

Zech. i. 3. 1. 3. 4. Mal. iii. 7.
Pronoun redundant 23

vii. 10. I. 3, 4. viii. 17.
repeated in the nominative

11. 1. 2. Neh. ix. 29.
case, after being used as an affix Ricinus 11
255, 295

Rods, divination by them 82
placed at the end of a sen- Roofs, flat in the east 25
tence 167

Rooms, upper ones the chief 54
Prophets why sent to the Hebrews v Samaria 26, 40

authors of the Hebrew Saying, why omitted 91
scriptures v, vi

Sea, eastern and western 202
their writings of divine au- Selah 241
thority vi

Sepharad 254
their writings useful vii Septuagint, proofs that its mss, and

the Twelve Minor, obscure editions should be collated fres
viii

quently occur

Serpents, some live in water 53 Teman 18, 241
Seventy years, from the destruction Teraphim 75
of the temple to its restoration 258 Thrashing-wain 15

captivity 271 Translation, rules for a new one xvii
Shechem 95

--xl
Shepherds used for Rulers 188 Trumpet, danger proclaimed by it196
Shields, coloured 180

Tyre 17
Shittim 210

Vargi 184
Similitude, particle of, omitted 100 Vau, not always conversive 7
Sin, the Hebrew words denoting it removed from the beginning of

why used for the punishment of a sentence to join the verb 131
sin 119

its omission 243
Songs, accompanied sacrifice 38 Verb, not applicable to all the sub-
Sraff, devination by it 82

stantives governed by it 71, 358
Star, symbol of a deity 39

the nominative case often to
Storehouses, subterraneous 54 be supplied 9
Suffetes 20

Viol accompanied sacrifice 38
Superlative, how expressed in He- Vineyards, scenes of joy 37
brew 8

Way, for worship 52
Sybilla, its derivation 174

Wine, grape used for it 74
Sycamore 48

Winter-house 27
Tabor 86

Yoke, custom of raising it 122
Tarshishi

Zanan 142

INDEX OF HEBREW WORDS AND PHRASES

TREATED OF IN THE NOTES.

54

SToREHOUSE אגרה

132

where n0w איה איפוא

29

years ימים

Tot of their own accord 105
9978 Lord, often a gloss on Jehovah 36 07 irregularly formed to express silence 44
778 magnificence 321

777 very much, multiplicardo 31
777x one, often understood before a verb ac- 777 to hasten 124
tive 9

see vau
797778 binder. Why the Mediterranean is 737 followed by an infinitive 60
called ibe hinder sea 202

an a sacrifice 37
** whether an island 54, 55, 219

599 to fear greatly 308
now

on the punishment of sin 119
W'X some one, olien understood before a 7700 desire 260
verb active 9

DYTT followed by a 93
5x sometimes transitive 77

mon fine gold 308
opbx green.oak 82

D'un still, applied to wind. Another sense
7758 oak, why 82

12
Onthx unto God, for great

Yon to cut, to cut off 209
Dox heads of thousands 157

paragogic 118, 250
Ox if, sometimes omitted 10

779 the river Nile 50
Ox mother-city 80

yig' what is acquired by labour 126
172928 faithfulness 234

7 border 161
138 repeated in the nominative afier affir 295 17179 written contractedly ", 9, 56, 277
V7X with a prefixed 71

s to endure, with an accusative case 104
Owx the punishment of guilt 119

phi locust 192
nx before the nominative case 295

'
sign of the genitive case 245

3D' to add, how the verb is used after it 61
I used after transitive verbs 21

Hos. i. 6.
Arabism, as 379y2 thine helper 132 X3" transitively to send furth 33
127. beast, its etymology 9

to be born 158
byosa Belial, explained 178

1777 springing rain 92
oba to gather sc. sycamore fruit 48
ppa to cast, to empty 114

7
7992 a blessing, or abundance 201
ibina a virgin, a bride. Iis etymology 193 ) the particle of similitude osten omitted 106
,

its force in connection 96
210 locust 45
Sya to exult 108

703 a sacrificer 116
Ora locust 31, 192

,
Duy ha idols, why so called 89
Dva great rain 92

5 its sense when prefixed to the infinitive
17727 or some feminine substantive, under mood 44
stood 46, E9, 191

transitive 175, 215
Jat to destroy 120

for you between 201
.797 to pierce, used of mortal wounds 381 as with pretix ) and 5 97
it emphatic, whether used before a word ons flesh 215
which has a pronoun suffixed 167

flesh-sacrifices ibid
97 he, at the end of a sentence 167
897 she, at the end of a sentence 181 wph the second growth of corn mowed 43
d'on doing well, benesaciendo , explained 11 wipha crop-rain 92

to do a thing earnestly, effectually 167 used of things 2
3397 palace, its etymology 181

ban an object looked on with confidence in
357 with another verb, to go on encreasing

it 331
or decreasing 3

para a stall, its true sense 42

See Jareb ירב

ד salvation ישועתה
34 יאל or אל written ישראל

87

its import גאוה

34

the Hyades כימה

238 על to cover

,
used with כסה

34

Arcturus כסיל

82

to take away לקח

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