Ancient Israel: Its Life and Institutions

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INDEX OF SEMITIC FORMS
(including a few Egyptian words)
'abadîm, 219-221, 226; cf. also 'ebed
'abbîr, 351
'abodah, 271
'ăbôṭ, 171-172
'abṭiṭ, 171
abu-Dhur (Arabic), 9, 296
'adath (Ugaritic), 118
'adôn, 39, 117-118
'ahel (Arabic), 7
'ahîw, 374
'alamôth, 383
'alluph, 8
'almah, 383
'amad, 458, 459
'am ha-' areṣ, 70
'ammah, 196
a(n)duraru (Akkadian), 176
anṣab, 275
'anshê (ham)milhamah, 225
apsû (Akkadian), 319, 329
'apuddah, 351
'aqab, 44
'aqeb, 44
arallu (Akkadian), 412
'ara፣, 32
'ari'el, 412, 413
'armôn, 235
'arôn, 351
'arôn habberîth, 297-302 arôn hâ-'edûth, 297-302
'arubbah, 171
'aṣereth, 494
'asham, 418-421, 425, 426, 429, 440
'asher 'al habbayth, 125, 129-130
'asher 'al ha'îr, 137-138
'asherah, 285-286, 306
'ashireh (Arabic), 7
'ashpah, 244
'asiph, 184, 471, 495
'atarah, 400
'awôn, 430
'aza'zel, 509
'azkârah, 422 (bis)
ba'al, 20, 26, 39
bamah-bamôth, 284-288, 58, 407, 441, 445
bath (liquid measure), 199-203, 204
bath (Arabic), 7
bekôr-bikkûrim, 380, 404, 493
benê Rekab, 15
ben hammelek, 120
beqa', 204 (bis), 206
berîth, 33, 103, 147, 254, 255, 301
bêru (Akkadian), 180
beeṣe'th hashshanah, 190, 471
bêth, 20, 282
bêth 'ab, 7, 8, 20
beth bamôth, 335
beth' El, 285, 291
beth midrash, 50
beth Rekab, 15, 20
bikkurim, see bekor
biqqer, 411
bîrah, 235
bîraniyyôth, 235
bîrta' (Aramaic), 235
bit Adini, bit Humri, bit Yakin (Akkadian), 5
bîtu (Akkadian), 282
Bo'az, 314, 315
bosheth, 446
bq', 204 (bis), 206
bt, 202
bt (Phoenician), 282
'bt, 171
bt lmlk, 202
da'ath, 355
dabar, 354
daḥil (Arabic), 10
darak qesheth, 244
dârum (Akkadian), 180
dayeq, 238
dbḥ (Ugaritic), 439
degel-degalîm, 217, 226
derôr, 175, 176
deshe', 184
dhb (S. Arabian), 411
dinânu (Akkadian), 434
duraru (Akkadian), 176
'ebed, 80, 85, 120; cf. also 'abadîm
'ebed hammelek, 120
'eben, 203
'eben shetiyyah, 319
'edah, 162
'edûth, 103, 147, 301
'egel, 333
egora (Aramaic), 340
ekallu (Akkadian), 282
ekurru (Akkadian), 282, 340
'eleph, 8, 216
epadâtu (Akkadian): cf. epattu
epattu-epadâtu (Akkadian), 350
'epd (Ugaritic), 350
'ephah, 199-201202, 204
'ephod, 349-351
'ephod bad, 349-351
'erabôn, 171
erebu (Akkadian), 29
'eṣba', 196
'esh, 417
esirtu (Akkadian), 25
E-temen-an-ki, 282
'etrog, 498
galgal, 275
gebîrah, 117-119
gedôlîm, 70
gedûd, 226
ger-gerîm, 10, 15, 20, 74-76, 87, 359, 364, 485
gerah, 204, 205
gibbôrê l, 66, 69, 70, 72
gibbôrîm, 220
gilgal, 275
go'el, 11, 21-22, 38, 160, 166- 167, 169
gomed, 196, 241
gôral, 166, 515
gur (Akkadian), 200-201
ăbol, ăbolah, 171
ag, 304, 470, 471, 472, 473, 484, 486, 493, 512
aj (Arabic), 470
alûshîm, 216
hamîsh (Arabic), 217
hammanîm, 286-287
amûleh (Arabic), 7
amushîm, 217
ͨ+̆amushtu(m) (Akkadian), 180, 187
hamîth, 242-243
hanukkah, 510
apiru (Akkadian), 83
arabôth, 238; cf. ereb
aram (Arabic), 275
arash, 77
har'el, 412
aṣer, 229
aṣoṣerah, 253-254
atan, 47
aṭa'th, 418-421, 425, 429
ayy (Arabic), 7
ͨ+̆azanu (Akkadian), 138
bl, 171
hekal, 282, 304
el, 233
eleq, 166
eq, 351
eq ha'ares, 412
ereb-arabôth, 238, 241
erem, 256, 260-262, 404, 442
es, 244
hîn, 200-202
hiqtir, 464
hithpallel, 459
hkl (Phoenician), 282
hnr (S. Arabian), 437
hnw (Egyptian), 202
hodesh, 183, 490
ofshî, 88
ômah, 233
omer, 168, 198-203, 206
ôq, 103, 109
oreph, 189
orîm, 69, 70
oshen, 351
oshen hammishpaṭ, 350, 352
rm, 261
hrph, 242

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