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i) limb, pt.rt.— 2) wing,
ISX, 'i:i« TO. lead.

liX I. (.den. from 15«.) PJ. "i^l? rjj?.

"laxp) i; to dismember.— 3) to fly.
")iX 11. to be strong, hard.— Pi.

IS^^ to harden.
HD'niX / species of fish, pike.

nnSX TO. horse-blanket,

"Tl^^X adj. intelligent young man.

^JliX TO. aquatic bird.

&*3X (pi- D^?*^'^.) "*■ ^°"'" gi'ape.

^J!lt^*iK (p?. niJia>^Kj/ dried grains.

i5X i)>-ep. through, by means of;

Nni.iN 3|b' by the way.
TJX to bind.

-T

TJX (pZ. D''nJ8) m. 1) binding.— 2)
bandage. — 3) pack, bundle.

rrm (= nn|n ; ^i. nn^N) / leg-
end, myth, tale.

riTJX (pi. nS'^m f yoke (for car-
rying).



]TJX m,., njn^N /. absinth.
njX (pJ. CJX) TO. thistle, thorn.
^T^JX (pl- C^DIJS) M. thumb.

TI'JX TO., ntijN / {pl. niJtK) nut,

nut-tree.
]^jlX , ]^J§ TO. contest, prize-flght.

''JX , ^\^}^ »». furrow, parcel of a

field.
HTJX (pl nn^JN.) / binding.
Q''*]''JlX TO. ^Z. gills (of a fish).
nTJX (i??. ni'T'JS) / gleaning,

gathering.
HDJX/ gritff, sorrow.

]JX C>Z. CJJ.f*) m. handle (of a

vessel).
n^JJX , n^"'J^N (yZ. niJ^J^«) / lamb.

skin.
DJX fi)?. tS-iDJ^) OT. pear.

X1JX TO,, wages, reward, gain.
*]njX (p/. nijn^«) m. guide for

letter-vmting, letter-writer.
t]TTJX TO. i; fist.— 2) violence ^3

^il^S one who commits acts ol
violence.
]1'"lJlX adj. TO. wild, untamed.

niJX (pl. c. nil^K)/. letter, docu-
ment; niB> M,5jSt writ of execu-
tion.

niTX/. sea-foam.

nnX (»?. n^DnS) TO. ducat (coin)

njnX (P?. rfJilK) / mistress,
madam.



pn«



]D^N



pT^i^ ipl- D^p.'IS) w». strong ad-
herent, devotee.
*"'nX adj. vaporous, gaseous.

*U'''^N c^j- polite, courteous.

• T

*^l'lIl''^^? / politeness, courtesy.
a1^^i adj. pickled.

• T

*ri1p"'7S? /• adherence, attachment.
niT''^^ /. might, majesty.
*12'''nX adj- indifferent.

■ T

*niti'*'''TK /• indifference
n'piaiK / redness.
*n^D"TX/ agriculture, farming.
*niD'^X/ measles.
V^a in. species of willow.
n^^TN/- lordship, authority.
"•nX t# D"'J^«) m. mallow (plant).

monster with a human head. —
^j orang-outang.

*1"IX (J5?. Q''"!!}"^ ***■ cedar, holm-
oak.

nSI'^X odv. on the contrary.

mix / 1) fish-bone.— 2) sword.
np'S^nX / dropsy.
D^p^S^ITX adj. dropsical.
*n''niX /• eider, ei'^ r-duck.
^5*T7X (# D"''.JT1S1 TO- architect.

I' : — ; * "

nnpllX , ^Pip}^ f- writ of exe-
cution.



*t5'*'7X(fwt U'lS^; im'p. t2>l«) to be
indifferent.

ilX to love . — Mfh. i^^.!l<.^ to

cause one to love. — Hith'p,
•3DS0D to make oneself to be
loved.

*aninX to flirt.

*iri2nX ipl- ^''^nariK) m. flirtation.

^nX , ^il"'^ pron. he, that same.

TDl^nX pr. n. Ahriman, the deity
of evil in the religion of *he an-
cient Persians.

^tSiX/ military campi

JlX TO. sumach (tree>.

^^^X TO. desire,

T1X, ^N tc. US, tiN; pi. on IK,
D\T^K) m. goose; "iin-TIK wild
goose; D^^"^l^Jswan; ^^"13 duck.

J^ air, weather . — 2) space,
vacuum.

'''1''1X adj. aerial.
*n'?3W/ cancer.

T :

crowd, multitude.
f]3^X , ^lli? (pl D''S3i<) m. saddle.

"l^^X , l^i^' (i)'. D"'l''iK) m. pen-

Y T T

knife.

Qf^i m. mass.

I^W , l|"f (# C120W) m. i; arti-
san, mechanic. — 2) phlebotomist,
blood-letter



n^Jaii< W. ni'jaiN)/ trade, handl-

craft,
nXD^N/. raw meat

px see nm.

nXJiX / 1) vexation.— 8) fraud,

T T

deceit DnnT flNJIK defrauding by
words.
nJlX ipl' riiJ1«) / lobe of the lung.

T

nyOi , iJiK , "'^ix / bill of sale.
nJIK (.pi. ntIN) /. lodgings.

T : —

1iJ^ m, fibre, thread.

]31K »>*• mourner

iTpilN Cpi- ni'p^^K) /•. ounce.

'SIX "»■ character, nature, main
feature.

]S1X (c- lBi« ! pJ. D''3SiN) TO. i; wheel,
circle; ni':il3r! jSiK the Zodiac
(prop, the circle of constella-
tions). — 2) manner, way. — 3) des-
ignation of certain angels.

Dl^DX w. ocean.

"lIX m. 1) fire.- 2J eve.

nix w- rice.

piX »»• teaching, law; ];"li«-n3
scholar, erudite.

rjl/'IIX "*• watch, time-piece.

mX 1- (pi. ni'0^« , ni^pi«) f. letter;
niNa niN literally.

nix li- (pi- nini«) TO. sign; nios ni«

medal (prop, sign of honor).
?11X HI. with «/■. 1) for pers. pron.
in the accus., as: \'n'K me, iniN him,
etc. — .2^ as demonstrative pron.
IniX , nniK , etc. that, that samej



T T



B*'»Kn IniK that same man; H^iWI
ns?t!> at that time.

T T

Ql'nlX "(^w- immediately.

P'iTX «». lavender.

*J1TX »»• vitriol.

TJITX (p2- n'^.3iy) w. messengei.,

courier.
12TX »». hill.



mriTX (pl. niinjK) / warning.

*)1TX w. hearing, attention.

/•TX (fi- Dv.fS) »». net, wicker-work.

n'PTX, ^'2J'!i/- name of an accent.

'ppTX (p?. n'^»!«) m. knife, lancet.

]TX (iJJ. D.VI«) /. handle (of a ves-
' sel).
jTX to weigh.— *Pi, ] J.« to balance,

to place horizontally. — Pu. ]iK

to be horizontal; pi, |tKa as odu!

in a horizontal position!— Hithp.

llldOO to balance oneself.
pTX to bind, to tie,

tlpTX TO. boat.

TlTX see Tity.

"n^'HITX f. citizenship.

nx TO. brother; jSpi HX step-brother.

inX to unite; pt. p. liriK , /. iTTinS

united.— P«. inx 1) to unite.- -

.2^ to single out.
nnnX /. i; unity.— 2) unanimity.
nnX to units.— Pi. nriK y, tn

T T .. . /

unite. — 5_^ to sew togetht'. :o



^iin«



N3'M



stitch up. — Hithp. HnK;ii7 to
unite themselves.

''^r\H m. seam, stitch.

yfii^ m. delay.

nlriK / sister; D^'p nin« step-
sister.
Trii< (pt. tnlK) to dazzle, to delude

— T

^\^V. 'D^** one who dazzles one's
eyes, a deluder, a juggler. —
Siph. Vmn to kindle.

nrnx (c ni''nti>/i;hoid, support;

n;''ni| n*!? handle, hilt.— 2; dazzl-
ing DirV. nrns illusion, jugglery.

^b^nn /- fever, cold chills.

THX to wish, to desire.

rT't'nK (pi. riis^DK) /• wish, desire.

*inK to be behind.— Pi. "IDK to
tarry, to delay; ptp. ini<D made
later, late. — niph. T'C^n to de-
lay, to defer. — Hoph- "insn to be
deferred. — Hithp. ^nNiin to tarry,
to be slow, to lag behind.

*8^nN adj. responsible, liable.

■ T-; ■-

nVinS / 1) responsibility.— 2)

security.
itOX w*. clasper (of a book).
3I2X {pi. D^attK) m. wagon-ladder,

rails.
!|t3{< adv. because of, on account;

T

interrogatively: is it because?
DmS adj. massive; 350 DIBN stu-
pid, dull.



»MJ< m. 1) texture.— *2) ribbon,

band.
*niD^^K / 1) stupidity.— 2) lack

of sense of smell.
r^tOK, D'''?l?« m. butcher - shop,

meat-market.
QtDK m. 1) stopping.— 2) stopper,

cork.
KDJ2K /. thigh, leg.

T : -

nntaX (pi. riints«)/ noodles.

T • ; -

^S conj. if, when.

^K negative particle: not, im- ""Nl

n^BK impossible.
ij< interj. oh! D^.DU* ''N oh heavensl

nT3"'K conj. if thou wantest.

*n^X to vapor.

n''{< eonj. because.

"•T'N pron. this, these.

^T« see I'niSt .

n!|'X (pi. Q''ai'K) m. scare, fear.

nrx , ^nrx w.,/ iri« ^jrw. i) who?

which?— 2; nr« , ^fK some (sinflr,
a. pi.). — 3) as a(?». nj.''N where?

1t3''K w. reed-grass.

*T'''S w. lyar, the second month in

T "

the Jewish calendar (April-May),
♦tJ^X 1) adv. how?— 2) m. quality.

*'n*X to qualify.— Pu. mti to be
qualified. — Hithp. TjJKrir' to ac-
quire quality, to qualify oneself

K2^X, ^y'^ m. there is, there are,



ni^'X (pi- ni''13^K)/ quality, prop-
erty.

nSi'X (from.ei5!J) adv. with ^ : na
''^ nsyi} what does it concern me?

^■•N w. ram; *'7n3D ''''« battering-
ram.

n''Jl'?\^ (pl ni'Jib^K) / a barren
woman.

Tj^^N, tl^\« adv. there, thither;
n5''^'l I^ii? henceforth.

1^\S (i)i. D-'^SVS , nljSiK) w. tree;

It " T "

^^S^ t^^^ fruit-tree.

*''jt'''X adj, 1) tree-like, arboreous. —
2) of a tree.

D''K -STa? not used.— Pi. n»K to
frighten, to threaten, to Intimi-
date (with n^, SSJ).

nD\S (jJi. .niD^N) /. distaff.

T

nD''K, ^DS^^: at^u. when? ''na''ND

from what time?
]rip''N «*• terrible.

]''X , ]'« aciw. nothing, not: *f]iD-pN
the Infinite, God.

VX akv. 1) when, if.— 2) interrog-
ative particle.

"'rX , ''J''« adv. is it so?

D''^P'"X »»• pastel (dye-plant).

"ID'X »*. small Roman copper coin.

X''C''X m. prince, guardian angel.

D10n'Tl2''X m. hippodrome.

r,Vi^ f. bulrush.



T ; - ; -

X^V'^-^ pressure.
t^JljTX »«. image, likeness.
I^X see T'''^ .

T* "*"

XTX (pi. Vy^) m. flock of wool.
DlT'X , DilK I. m. iris (plant).
DlTX , D^IK II, m. tambourine.

n^^'^X/ -Z^ marriage, matrimony.—
2) womanhood. — 3) age of man-
hood.

nVp''ijt /■ 1) humanity.— 2) indi-
viduality.

^^"'X interj. good luckj

XD''ri''X I. ilthp. of XON.) it is said.

they say.
XD^ri''X II. conj. if thou wantest

(= NDTl IN).

TTX w. calamity, disaster.

7l3X w. ij devouring, consump-
tion. — 2) combustion. — 3) di-
gestion.

e]!l3X see eiSIN .

*1TiX (.c(en. from ItSS) ZaJ not
used.— Pi. ItjDN to make cruel. —
Hithp. I.UNnn to become cruel,
hardened, callous.

ClSiX »w- agate.

]^;)X (pi. CJ^pN) m. glutton.

nt'3X / inflammatiorj.

nbX ipl. D''I?5N.) oty. brown.

NT7DJ3X, nn-lDDX (;>J. rfNTlD^N)
/. hall, vestibule.



m

IDpX Pi- p.5^ to harbour, to give
hospitality. — Hithp. ]E33Wrin ,
]p5KriJ to be one's guest.

"•N^DDX {pi. D''%S4E??«, D\^JP5«-) m.
guest, visitor, stranger.

Vrin," hotel; n;jD?S' hV2 m., flSya

n^J2?b' /• inn-keeper.
mODX adv. by guess, by the bulk.
t|3X see ri3W .
*t13kS{ to saddle.
nSJX see ni5''«.
J3l"liS< (pl- Q''?1"l?«) w. cabbage.
j;'j'l3X w. castor-oil plant.
*p!n3S / agriculture, farming.
nn^X , NnnSN/.i^proclamation.—

3) auction.
'■nSN adv. still, yet.

H^H adv. only, but.

T V

JO'pN ?*■«?• according to.
pha <-pl- ^^^t?) /. club, stick.

T -

*nbii /■ goddess.

nVibii J- divinity, deity; np?g
n^ri^NH theology.

rfi''\f7^;) adj. 1) divine.— 2) theo-
logical; as n. theologian.
n\i^N God; Crt'^.Kn by Godl

^'?H 2'''''^- these.



*? vX "*• idolising, deification, ado-

?ation.
f<7l'?{< , "b^^^ ''onj. if not, were it

not.
Q!|'i)X , Di'^S m. alum.

towel.
*r\bii to abhor.— Pi. vh^ to in-

- T

feet, to contaminate.

ii^'ba see «3^K .

ii-'ba (pi niiSw) /. elegy.

t; •

I^^K (iJ'- D''pi^/^) m. thumb, toe.
Q'l^X , Q^T^ o^J- strong, mighty
n^tpy'pS see iTiMiSx.
tybH (pi- n^''^t$)/ walllBg woman.

t: - •

nrr'^X (pi- ^in''^K) / i; spUnter.—

*2^ match.
TI'PN, ^h''«. pron. 1) these.— 3)

farther :]!?''«) ]«3D henceforth.

P'Di^K, jffi?!?*^, / !^4iD?!:8 ob-
lique, diagonal; ]iDD2S3 slanting,
diagonally.

^^X to idolise, to deify.

'?'7X 1 -"^^ »"• rotten meat.
Q-jlX see C^K .

T —

XObX cidv. consequently.

no'pX, ^<D^«a(^u. why? wherefore?

lla^X (pJ- D"'Jio':b') »»• alder-tree.

n^O'?X/ violence.

*n^O'^X / dumbness, muteness.



••■IT : -
vit: -

immortality.
lO'^a'pN m. pulpit.

N^D'7J<, '''?.^'?!S* cowj. i; negative:
if it were not. — 2) affirmative:
if it were.

IJ37X {3£n. from p^N) to make one
a widow.— Hithp. ]'ob)^!yi to be-
come a widow, a widower.

rT'tDj'pX see n''DJi'7K .

'"'p?'?'^ ^P^- ^Vi^^^) /■ sedan, pal-
anquin.
D'^X to chew, to bite.

" T

:|^>|| m., «S^N (^J, ]''s'7b') / -Z; name
of the letter « ; n"'4J f||i< , Nri''3S'?K
alphabet. — 2) tho first, best.

H£>hii l.pl- ni^sSK) / ship.

TO. stew-pan.

na^lj^^iV ipl' i^i^Jiz'?^) / summer-
pavilion.

l'?i< see iSiK.

r\''Ph^ , n''ri^K [pi, ni'n^K) /. spe-
cies of fish, salmon.

'i^^^X (= iril* ''1?) 0(iw. on the spot;
lO*?^. at once, immediately.

ax (pl nii2« , ninSK) /. l) mother;
rijpj. DK grand-mother (pl. niBN
'^^■Jp.U', nJ^in Dt< step-mother (^jZ.

n i J "in nisK).— 2) r\'r^n dk cross-
road.— 3) womb.— 4) origin. —
B) principle. - ng^nj?!! nilSK the
mothers of reading, i. e. the
vowel-letters.



8 <^.3in«

K1:DX^ nD«, XRSK/. mamma.

^XCX <^v. why? wherefore?

^^3ttX (i^i. cb^^aX) w. mallet of

a bell.
X'J^^OX »»■ summit, peak.

t; : -

niKB^p^<)/ bath, bath-tub.
^30S ^pl- Q''13IOt<) TO. granary.

nut.

magus, magician.
laX (M- "il^s::.; zmp. liaN) to es-
timate, to value. ^ Siph. T'lONH
same as Kal: to estimate.

IpX TO. supposition, estimation,
conjecture ; 1i2><3 adv. about,
nearly.

rinSX , '^nas adv. by conjecture.
]'1PN w., njn!?t< / (pL nma!<) es-
timate, valuation.

nax (p?. niSN) / i; eii, cubit; nm

]\53n measure, rule. — 2) middle
finger. — 3) penis. — 4) canal.

fflnOX / servile condition.

■'XT^BX (pl n''NTiaN> TO. diver.

D^aS , DiaS (i>Z. D^DIDS) TO. model,

mould.
p,SX TO. 1) exercise, practice. — 2J

bringing up.
nJlttX ipl. niJiaN)/ 1) firmness.-

2) confidence. — 3) religion.



pax m. hardening; i^D 'PSW

hard-heartedness.
*1^fit< ™- strike.

"n^DX adj. tame, domestic.

T

«"11J:X (pi D''«1^08) TO. i) orator.—
3) one of the Talmudi''. doctors
who lived after the Mishnah.

Q'^^S^X , t]'''lia\« m. pi. parts of a
sacrifice burnt on the altar.

*nmX / motherhood.

TON (/ nn-'IDX') adj. wealthy,

able.
*'j''CX ipl Q"'^'''?S) w. commission

agent, commissioner.

*ri^lJ''CK • bravery, valor.

m^aS ^pl ni-l^l?t<) /. 1) saying,

say.— 2) conference.
nri''HK /- mint (aromatic herb).

7)2X fidj. languid, feeble.

" T

blON to languish.— *Pi. 'jijax to
cause to languish, to make un-
happy.

*n'?SDX / despondency.

10X to bring up. — Pi. |I3K to prac-
tice, to exercise, to train.

nJON /, i) trustworthiness. — 2)
^credit.— 3) contract; nJMK °iaB>
indorsed note.

n^JCX , '1^J?|<. see m:D1« .

{*0^« to be strong.— Pi. J'HX 1) to
strengthen, to encourage.— *3) to
close D^'iy fDK to close the
ayes.



n^aX see nVDlH .

I'itpii adj. (pi. D^;V?t<. ; / i1^VP«, ,

pi 'ni'VP^) grayish.
J?!SPN, V'^P^. (pl- I3''V?!?S) w. i;

middle, midst. — 2) resource. —

5) means.
n^y^CN/ middle, midst; *nn^^?

adv. by means of.

''V'it^ii (pi.n^)V'^t^,;/.n''V^i?^.,pi.

. .J- . ... T . . T . .

ni*l?VDX) adj. middle; as n, means,
medium.

1DX (pt ipi«,/. nia^X) to say;
nngiS' nsr that means.— 2) to
devote, to destine; pt. p. f. ITI^fiK
destined to be married, engaged. —
Pi. "IBt! 1) to tame, to domestic-
ate.— 2) *lo strike.— Htph. 1''l2Nn
J) to proclaim. — 2) to rise, to
soar.

max (# riinatj) /. seam, hem.

'P310X (pl D"''??10S) TO. i) superior,
T : — : ...

chief officer, — 2) treasurer.

naX / truth; n'QM adv. truly, in-
deed; *np.!i>n ilDDn esoteric doc-
trine (see n||j2).

DDX Kal not used.— *P2. nSN to

— T

establish the truth, to verify. —
Pu, DBK to be verified. — Kiph.
n''10t<n same as Pi,— Hithp. rii2i<~T\
to be verified.
nriCX n1ntt^< / truth, reality.

"i]jiax (pi!- d^'nipS ; /. n''0?S , pZ.

ni'rittK) adj. I) veracious— 2)
real,
nVnaX f. veracity.



T : ~ —



10



ni'^nfiN) /. pretext, pretence.
]X 1 1^/ adv. where ?

33JN w,. small vessel for drink-
ing,, cup.
n3JX /. nit.

T : *

b'^Sia see Sl3l?^.

n|3JX (pJ. niKES^N) . 1) heap.—

2; wall.
^^3X (i)«. D''^|j«) »». angel.

(TlilJX /. feudal service, forced

labor.
nj'^JX/ hoarhound (plant).

T T ; -

DlriTlJX , D1J^JT];« m. hermaph-
rodite.

n^l'nJX , H^-}n^x (pi. niKDi'ijN ,

nib'i'njN)/ statue.

n'WayTlJX /. IJ pestilence.— *3)

tumult, commotion.
XriSI^JX, nnj?11^X f species of

bird (finch or parrot).
njX *JPi- n|i!< to deceive, to cheat. —

Pu. n|X to be deceived,
]^iX (/. ^J1:^<.) adj. afflicted.

D^JX (pi. CDI^N) TO. 1) one com-
pelled by force.— 2) marranno.

np^JX {pi. niDIJNp /. assaulted
woman.

n^S^'I^X/ human nature.

■•i&'lJX (pi. D"';2*ii5| ; / n^a*i;N , pi

ni'O'ills:) adj. human.



*n''2'lJX, *n''U>105?, nva*U«/ hu-
manity.
StDJX »»■ chicory.
]fi't3JX in. antimony.
n'''?13JX/; bucket-chain.
(TJX / ship; *li£Oi|T njJK steamship,



t't;

steamer.



TJX (pi Q''J''JK ; /. nrj« , pi. nijijK)

adj. delicate, tender, sentimental.
nyjX /. mourning.

n^rjX/ mourning.

*ri1'TJX /■ tenderness, sentiment-
ality.
P''JX (pl D"'V''5«.) m. pack, bundle.

■n^X »«• onyx.

TlJX I. ((^e«. from T]JN plummet)
*Pu. pt. ?]|,!<D perpendicular, ver-
tical.

TjJX II. *P2. tl.JS to solder.

*ri^''iJX /. selfishness, egoism.
PX to bewail, to mourn.
]3X j)>"o»t. we.

DJX (pZ. CDiK) m. compulsion; Dj!<2
by compulsion, by force.

D3X (i^Z. D^p|b*) »M. one who com-
mits acts of violence, a robber.

DJX -Z,^ to force.— 2) to commit
rape upon.— Niph. DjiKJ (/•. HDiKJ)
1) to be forced.— .3; to be raped,
assaulted.— PiDiK same as in Kal,
m. anger.



'lit? 11

WK (,pl. y^i») m. countenance; *'\^V\

]''S5t< miniature.
ilb''Bl^ (pl. nibig^K) / felt-shoe.
{*3X Pi Y^-^ to goad, to spur on.
npJK , «Py!l« / neck.
i^'p^a I- «^i- long-necked.
nj^iX II. / griffin (mythological

animal),
tllpJK (i)?. D''''.^P^«) w. hook, barb.

llpiK (i^'- °''1P^5<) m. sparrow.

ntD^bp3« (.Pl- flitD^^jJJK) /. appeaL

p'flJX , «p;n^S w, cargo.

NDX to heal, to cure.

T T

NDX I- *»«■ physician, doctor.

T T

NDS II- (iJ^- «'D«) w. a. /. myrtle.
N'lDK (1)2. niK^DX, nnp«)/. barge.
nfCK (i>i. niiDs) /. gig.

^IDX, nniDS /. healing, health;
! SrilDK to your health!

nia»N) ad/, fruitful.

■•fllDK (iJ?- D''|iiD«.; /• ri''SiDN, pl.

nisiDN) «£?/ foundling.
*1^DX (pi. CIIDK; / miDN, pl.

T . T .

flillDN) aij. prohibited, forbidden.
I^DK (pi. Cl^BK) m. prohibition.

n3J2DK see naaxN.
rjjapN see 1"'^JDV^!.
nirJJtSDX see fflJ^WDV^?.



mbBDi



nntiDX see nntaVW •
NiS^rODK /. stomach.
D''!ppN , C''tOD''K w. indigo.

D^Jt2DX O'dj- delicate; as n. weak-
ling.
*ri^D''JtODK /• delicacy, tenderness.
HTJB'^pX /. parsnip.
J^'7^*1J0pX see ]''JJBVi!<.
tOniQDX »»- highway.
X^DK m. physician (= NDX I.).
X*BX, i^5-5^ pr. n. Asia.

Q^'BX m. pl. Essenes (a Jewish
Nazarite sect during the latter
period of the second temple).

llCpX, po^5^ m. uncoined metal.

r!S''DwS' see HSDK.

n'?T3DK, '''3i3p«/. schooL

nnSpN /. diphtheria.

7pX «»• yoke (for carrying).

*QDX **»■ harvest.

XriiOpX /. 1) support.— S) con-
fidence.

ri^l^PtS) »»»- smaragd, emerald.
n^DX /• senna-leaves.

T- -J

nr'lSpX / white-lead, ceruse.

rT'J^SpX/ sponge.

rT'J^SpX , rivSgpN/. plaster, band-
age.



P'D'lJSpX , psivSi?« w. maple, elm.
yiBD^ adj. Spanish; |''3Sip!<n D^Slp

Spanish mackerel.
p^^SpH , np;jBI?t5 f. red leather

girdle.
npSpK/. clover.

n'lSipSpK ipl n1''l!2i?§P«)/. mirror.

P^Jl'lSpX wi. 1) asparagus. — 2)

aromatic wine.
b|1SpX (pi. n'^^JinspN) m. quince.

riT^DDf^ / final sentence.

n'PlpDX , ^'j'ippK see nSiSDK .
Nj^'tapt'lppX m. teacher.

nS^lppN , nfi^pX {pi. fiiSippK) /
threshold, door-sill.

l^ta'IppX (pi. nnit3^i:BX) w. sec-
retary.

IDn^ppX {pl. D''anp!?K , ]"'Ijnf3pK)
TO. cake baked on coals.

1DK I. see IDiK .

^BN n. see IIDK .

T •

"IpX 1) to tie, to bind.— 2) to for-
bid.— iVzp/i. "IDXJ i; to be bound.—
2) to be forbidden.

rnD{< 1 / prohibition.

niDK 11. / 1) team.— 2) harness.

nriDX see KniDK .

inripK m. Venus (planet).

KJOWD« /. stomach.

fO''JriDH see D''j;sD«.



i2



^£N



niCJPlpX see mD''Jt3pN .

*')flpK {pl D''':P!I?«) m. 1) anemone
(plant).— 2) star; *n^^ iripK
starfish.

n*1flpK / Persian coin (= 1 she-
kel).

flX conj. also, even; ''B Ss? f]X al-
though; |3 "ifi 75? «)N nevertheless,
yet.

KSJi TO. hyena.

^£S to bind round.— Niph. ISN."
to be girded. — Pi. IBK to adorn,
decorate.— Pu. 1SN to be adorned,
decorated.

TSX, I.Bt? m. steadfastness, con

stancy.
*n'^S« (# fl^'nfit?) / vest.

KJISX (p?. nlwnjN) m. palace,

mansion.
nSK to bake.— Sithp. H S K n H ,

nSS'fli to be baked.
|1£X (pi. C^'ISt?) TO. pease.

*"1^£K (*«• from 1?« ashes) adj

gray.
TfiX to hop, to jump.

mtosx see nitssn,

X^5mp''S«) TO. guardian.
ri1D£l1^£K /. guardianship.
^"ipS^;} *».. patriarch.

'fii< see '>|)1K.



iTSK



13



PSN



n*SK (.pi- ni'SS) /. baking.

p''£X TO- opium.

lia'SK (pJ. Q''1tS>§K) w. veterina-
rlan.

'pifiX m., nS''S>i( /. i) late fruit. —
5j latter (autumnal) rain.

!|':)'>£X (= 1^« , I'^'fJ ^1^) coiy. al-
though, even.

?'SX {p2- Q^-J'SN) m. sardine.

*nD^£N , ri1D''9t< / disappearance,

exhaustion
11"'S''2{< , 1i''S''98 (i>2. n"''ii'S''S«) TO.

1/ Pope. — 2) ruler,
n^nl'S^SN /. papacy,

pSK see fBN .

nX''£X/ 1) compression.— a^ tight

closing.
]Dlp''£N , Ii0''i3''?'« «*• V dessert.—

2) aftermeal entertainment.

Dnip''2N , DnipiBJf {^pi. n'^pinip^SK ,

□''D'lip^SX) m. prop. Epicurean,
hence: free-thinker, heretic.

n^D11p''aN / heresy.

XifiX , n^SK adv. on the contrary;
as n. reverse.

rr'iSX , \?S« ipl- ni''3S«) ^. re-
ceipt, acknowledgement of pay-
ment.

^£X (idj- 1) dark. — ,8^ opaque.

" T

*?£{< (fwt- ''§?<!'.) to darken.—
Niph. /|i.t?.J to be darkened. —
Eiyh. '^''BK.n to darken.

I'raX see ibi^tj!.



*n''^^^SX/. darkness, twilight.
)1'^2X (pi. Q^Ji'^SX) TO. felt-hat.
I^HD^SX (= ]10P1St!) TO. balsam.

*]£X (/■«*. 1^«3.^.;.) i; to turn, to re-
volve. — 2) to break upon thd
wheel.— Niph. ||)«A 1) to be
turned. — 2) to be broken upon
the wheel.

ISX TO. mode of expression.

girdle, purse.
*nj£X /■ mode, style.

*d''3£X TO. du. bicycle.

■r : T

D£X TO. i^ end, extremity.- *2)

naught, zero.
*mDfiX /• nothingness.

ptapSX (# D''p.!?P9K) TO. pistachio-
nut.

*''pi)X ifi- i3''!psf< , /. n''!P|i« , pi-

ni'pSK) ad/, null, void, vain.
rfJCSX / provisions, ration.

t: - : —

t]£X to surround.— Niph. f)SXJ to

be surrounded. — ^IfiX to cause co

surround.
fjSX (pi. D''9SK.) m. double thread

used in weaving.
rSX , «■??« (I'i- Q''VS8) TO- gall-nut

'(= rs?)-

V£X to compress, to close tightly,
p£X ipl- °\'?9ii'i TO- liorizon.
pBX Pi- of pS| , which see.



ii^pss



ti



nbma



]''TltDpBK m. emetic.

nl'i^BN) adj, horizontal.
"ISX (den. from IBK) P«. 1S« to
turn into ashes. — Hivh. T'SS.H
to cover with ashes. — Hithp.
"iSKnn to become ashes.

"i£X (pi. n''i2K ;/ rrisK , pi. niisx)

adj. ash-gray,
*1SN , *^^^. w*. meadow, pasture,

T T ~ •

^J11£X ipl. D^'^^.nSN) m. whip.

■"lannSN f- Aphrodite (goddess of

love. Venus).
nnnSK, ^np?*? f- hyperlconcplant).

rr'niSN f- the Pleiades (constel-
lation).

DISS* , tSTSN (pi. CDIBK , ]^E1'VB«)
m. pirate.

nnSX (i)?. nlfi'lBN)/ rafter.

]''"1SX »w. thanks.

province.
npilSX (pi. r\S0y]m f. funnel.
]lDp*l£X wt. balsam.

peach.
n*p"l2S adv. on the back (see



nSyiSX (pl. niti>'1S«) / separation.

^niSN (P?- D'C'^llSl) a<y. noble-
man, aristocrat.



tJ^SX , E'SN. («/•. ''a>SS) TO. will, wish;

«.? "iB>|)g "'« I do not want.
*)2^S{< odv. it is possible.

*ninB'*£N (l?'. nin.l^gfj) /. possibil-
ity." ■ "

♦i^a'ax (pi. DT.?*?^ ; / ^''1|'9S ,

•pi. ni>'l|*|)N) ad^". possible.

pnsx (i)i. niNfT'fiisK , ''p;nisKj m.

store-room.

npriSK (pi. \'5ir)isK, niNjT'fiiBK) /

mortgage.

K^X , np (pZ. ni2fN) . salix, sea-
grass.

J?3VN (i^'- ^^J'lVb')/ i; finger

2) finger's breadth.— 3) index
(finger).— 4:) penis.

*]1yj|?K (pl- D^JiJ^IVI?) TO. i; thim-
ble.— 2) digitalis (plant).

♦••r^iK (vl. CVIVK^w. Tom
Thumb.

DTaXK/- dvi,. two fingers.

n|Ki^X (P?. niNi^v.K) / 1) es-

trad'e.— *2) shelf.
]'3J^V^ "*• astrologer.
n'lr JJ12VX / astrology.

nn^VX ipl- nin.DV«) f. circus,
arena.

ni'xDpitDVN) 7". stomach.
*nJ1IDV« ^P^- '1^^;^V«) f. cylinder.

mantle, cloak.



^3^"ltD:£N



15



D^nN



m, 1) strobil, fir-cone. — 2) lever.

n^'?'''SK f- V emanation, abstrac-
tion.— 2) nobility.

p^K see Y^Ti-

f*^>? see N^V''N.

{^!SX to press.

*IPi1'^px , *n5|-)^ (pi. n^n^ijs) ». i;

revolver.— 2) burning-glass.

)1pK, l^py «• weel.

]"'i1pN »». portrait, picture.
D3^PN »»• perch.

T I T

nȣ)^p)K (!>?. ni'BlpS) f. cupola,

dome.
D^J^PN »*• ocean.

climate.

*D7PX to acclimatize.

nnOpN , n^pj?^ /■. lizard.

Kn^3pS< (den. from nKJjpn) f. mort-
gage.

rnSPK /"■ precipitancy, hastiness.

Pi5N see {'i3;?_ .

(TppK (p2- 'l^'i^ilS) /"• acacia.
NIpK (P^- '^i'^lJR^) /"• castle, fort.
'K"lpX adv. accidentally, casually

f. frog.
^N^N (p2- D''^K'lN.,D''bS18)»»»- arch-
angel.



naiK (p?. niins, niaiN) f. boat.

]l3^Xw. inflammation of the eyes.

NT31X w»- sieve.

'?3']X to sift.

n'721K (i)?- rii':21K) /•. sifter.

3^N to weave.— Niph. JIKJ to be
—■ I- ..•

woven,
■'JD'ilN adj- purplish.

rt^Jjnt^ w*- navigator, sailor.

*1^t^ M. bronze.

TT

T]K , ^^« (pZ. D''1^t|) w. mushroom.

TIX see nir

-T ^

D'P311K, D^':?l"j« m. hydraulic
organ, water-organ.

■nillX (??. CPIIN) m. upper mill-



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