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צָמֵא S 6770, 6771 TWOT 1926, 1926b GK 7532, 7534 adj. thirsty ;— abs. צ׳ Is 21:14 +; fs. צְמֵאָה Dt 29:1 8; pl. צְמֵאִים ψ 107:5 ;— thirsty , usually + (or || ) רָעֵב : 2 S 17:29 Pr 25:21 ψ 107:5 , as subst. thirsty one Is 29: 8; 32:6 ; so also 21:14 , and

( fig. of thirst for י׳ ’s favour) 55:1 ; צָמֵא 44:3 = thirsty place ( Gunk l.c. proposes צְמֵאָה ); הָרָוָה אֶת־הַצְּמֵאָה Dt 29:18 the watered (plant, herbage) with the thirsty , fig. of entire people.

צִמְאָה S 6773 TWOT 1926c GK 7535 n.f. parched condition ;— Je 2:25 spare thy throat מִצ׳ , from being parched (in fig. ).

צִמָּאֹון S 6774 TWOT 1926d GK 7536 n. [ m. ] thirsty ground ;— abs. צ׳ Dt 8:15 Is 35:7 ψ 107:33 .

•[צָמַד S 6775 TWOT 1927 GK 7537 ] vb. bind, join (Arabic ضَمَدَ (ḍamada) bind, wind , specif. of girl with two lovers We GGN 1893, 470 ; fasten (cattle) to yoke Dozy , مِضْمَد ( miḍmad ) yoke , Id.; Assyrian ṣamâdu , bind, harness , so Ethiopic ˜˜˜

( ḍamada ) III . I be attached, attach oneself , specif. be (religiously) devoted; Aramaic צְמַד , ܨܡܰܕ ( ṣmad ), bind ) ;— Niph. Impf. 3 ms. וַיִּצָּ˜מֶד Nu 25: 3; 3 mpl. וַיִּצָּֽמְדוּ ψ 106:28 ; Pt. pl. נִצְמָדִים Nu 25: 5; join, attach, oneself to ( ל ) Baal Peor, i.e. adopt his worship Nu 25:3 , 5 (JE), whence ψ 106:28 . Pu. Pt. f. מְצֻמֶּ˜דֶת 2 S 20:8 a sword bound upon ( עַל ) his lions. Hiph. Impf. 3 fs. תַּצְמִיד מִרְמָה ψ 50:19 thy tongue combineth (fitteth together, frameth) deceit ( > denom. from צֶמֶד Gerber 170).

צֶ˜מֶד S 6776 TWOT 1927a GK 7538 n.m. 1 K 19:19 couple, pair ;— צ׳ cstr. Ju 19:3 +; sf. צִמְדֹּו Je 51:2 3; pl. צְמָדִים 1 K 19:19 2 K 9:25 (but v. infr .); cstr. צִמְדֵּי Is 5:10 ( Ges § 93 m);— 1. couple, pair , usually of animals, צ׳ חֲמֹרִים Ju 19: 3, 10 2 S 16: 1; צ׳ (הַ)בָּקָר span of oxen 1 S 11:7 1 K 19:2 1, pl. of more than one span v 19 (ploughing), Jb 1:3 ; 42:12 ; צֶמֶד פְּרָדִים 2 K 5:17 ; צ׳ פָּרָשִׁים Is 21: 7, 9 a pair of horsemen; pl. also of one pair of riders 2 K 9:25 (but read prob. צֶמֶד , so Kit ); צ׳ alone = span (of oxen) Je 51:23 . 2. a

Gunk H. Gunkel.

l.c. in loco citato.

GGN Gött. Nachriten. Kit R. Kittel.


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