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PK. to suck; Hiph. to give suck, suckle.
—pl. ii and '70?— foundation, groundwork, first principle or ground of a thing.
70 K. and Hiph. to add, increase; when coupled with the inf. of another verb, the verb D is frequently used advly. to indicate the continuation or repetition of the act denoted by the other verb, e. g. (Gen. iv. 2.) lit. and she added
to bring forth,
i. e. she again brought forth; Niph. to be added, be increased.
DK. and Pi. to instruct, warn, correct, chastise; Niph. to be corrected, be chastised; Hiph. to chastise.
by Hiph. to profit, avail, be advantageous, assist, help; intrans. to gain., no profit, no use, useless.
y because, on account of, in consequence of.
K. to counsel, advise; (likewise) to purpose; Niph. to be advised, consult together; Hithp. to advise mutually.
,a forest - יְעָרוֹת and יְעָרִים .pl ; יַעֲרִי .w. af - יַעַר
K. to be handsome, be fair; Pi. to make beautiful; Hithp. to adorn one's self.
2 lit. fair of aspect, i. e. of a handsome appearance, of a fair countenance.
lit. fair of shape, i. e. well shaped,
K. to go out, go forth, come out, proceed. wowy lit. the going forth of the sun, i. e. the rising of the sun, sun-rise; Hiph. to cause
to go out, i. e. to bring out, bring forth, produce;
Hithp. to place or present one's self, set one's
K. to be straitened, be distressed, be distressing.
K. to form, frame; Niph. and Hoph. to be formed.
strictly, p. a. K. of
(likewise) a potter.
-w. af.a work, something worked; (like-
K. to be precious, be esteemed, be valued, be rare;
K. to fear, be afraid, stand in awe; Niph. to
i. c. 7; strictly p. a. K. of N-fearing, fearful, afraid, timid.
יִרְאָתִי יִרְאַת יִרְאָה
-i. c. ; w. af. ' fear, awe.
K. to go down, descend; Hiph. to cause to go
K. to cast, throw, shoot; Niph. to be shot; Hiph.
onei. c. n-sides, innermost part.
K. to be grievous, be unpleasant, displease; to
P greenness, verdure.
plit. greenness of herb, i. e. green herb.
(without the accent) imp. v. there is, there are.
there is [a case in] which, i. e. it hap-
there is to me, i. e. I have; (est mihi).
there is to thee, i. e. thou hast, &c.
K. to sit, settle, dwell, inhabit, abide; Niph. to
K. to sleep, go to sleep, fall asleep; Pi. to cause
Hiph. to help, assist, deliver, save; Niph. to be
,straight-forward, right - יְשָׁרִים .pl ;יְשָׁר .i. c- יָשָׁר
upright; an upright man.
pref. as, like, when, about, thereabout....
7 K. to be heavy, be hard, be grave, be honourable; Niph. to be laden, be burdened, be honoured, be glorified; Pi. to harden, honour, revere; Hiph. to cause to be heavy, make heavy, cause to be hard, make hard, harden; Hithp. to make one's self honourable, pretend to be honourable.
-i. c. 713 — hard, heavy, grave, important.
-i. c. 7; w. af. 72-honour, glory.
already, before now.
K. and Pi. to subdue, conquer, force; Niph. to be subdued.
so, thus; here, there.
.this way and that way כֹּה וָכֹה
.in the meanwhile עַד כֹּה וְעַד כֹּה
Tas far as there, yonder.
K. to be dim, (e. g. the eyes); Pi. to become dark, be gloomy, be faint; trans. to check, restrain.
K. to measure; Pilp. to contain; (likewise) to sustain, support; Hiph. to measure, contain, sustain, endure.
Niph. to be fitted up, be prepared, be proper, be right; Pi. to prepare, establish, make firm, confirm; Pu. to be prepared, be established; Hiph. to provide, prepare, establish; Hithp. to be founded, be established.
Dipl. i-a cup, goblet.
for, because, seeing that, when, if, that, though, although, surely, yea, indeed.
-a talent (a coin); (like
all, every, any, whole.
wise) a plain or level ground; a mass, morsel.
K. to be ended, be at an end, be completed, be determined, be spent, be consumed, fail, long for; Pi. to end, finish, complete, put an end to, cause to fail, cause to long, give the finish, consume, destroy.