An Hebrew and English lexicon, without points; in which the Hebrew and Chaldee words of the Old Testament are explained in their leading and derived ... under their respective primitives, and the

 
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1811 edition. Excerpt: ... Lat. lingo, whence linctus. Also Lat. lingua the tongue, v. hence French lang language, and Eng. language; also linguist, sublingual. art: In Hiph. To deride, sneer. So the LXX ji-jy.rrjpiXov7E(, and Vulg. subsannabant. Once, 2 Chron. xxxvi. 16. The Chaldee Targums often use the word in the same sense. Hence plainly the Greek Aw&j contumely, derision, and. it's derivatives, and perhaps Eng. to laugh, &c. But comp. under 3Sb. nib In Kal and Hiph. To mock, deride, sneer, scorn. It is a word of gesture, and is put either absolutely, as Job xi. 3. xxi. 3; or construed withV, 1 orl? prefixed to the Noun or Pronoun following. See 2 K. xix. a 1. 2 Chron. xxx. 10. Neh. iv. J. In Prov. xxx. 17, it is spoken of the eye, by which every one knows that scorn or contempt is often signified. But more particularly "Contempt is expressed by raising one side of the upper lip, so as-to discov er the teeth, whilst the other side has a movement like that in laughter: the eye, on that side where the teeth appear, is half shut, whilst the other remains open; however both the pupils are depressed f." As a N. ivb Scorn, derision, scoffing. Job xxxiv. 7. Ps. lxxix. 4, & al. In Ps. xxxv. 16, J1i?0 seems to be a N. from irt (the b being dropped, as in npo 2 Chron. xix. 7, and in ninpD Neh. x. 31, both of them Nouns from npb to take J, and to this purpose the f New ami Complete DiOiimary of Arts, Article Passions in Painting. LXX fender JUttJ »3»l in the Ps. by i£«jxi)xn)p»rav fivxnj/sio-pjv, literally, they sneered a sneering, and Vulg. by subsannaverunt subsannatione. As a Participle in Niph. or a participial N. occ. Isa. xxxiii. 19, pttfb jyb: Ridiculous (Eng. margin) m tongue or language, as speaking what was to the Jews...

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