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Greek). [Mav~val; renders 11d, ~111 (a garment) in J d. 1-2 K. I Ch. (elsewhere rendered once by XmDv L. vi. 10, twice by (f-Lanov). ] Mva = iDt) a weight (classical Greek, probably introduced into the language through the Phoenicians). , a lute or other stringed instrument, 1-3 K. 1-2 Ch. I M. (in I K. x. 5 B vaf3a'A): the Heb. is elsewhere rendered by ta'Ar~pwv Is. 2 Es. , KlfJapa 'l' lxxx. 2, opyavov Am. Naf3'Aa occurs in a fragment of Sophocles (Dindorf 728) and seems to have come from Phoenicia.
R. I K. , once (I K. xxv. 18) corresponding to another measure in the M. , il~O-7ruaxa, i10tJ, Hex. 4 K. I 2 Es. : a different transliteration, epuaEK or epaaEX, occurs in 2 eh. and J er. xxxviii. 81 aXL (= Heb. m~ Gen. xli. ) is an Egyptianism rather than a Hebraism: it renders other Hebrew words in Isaiah and Sirach. See Sturz, p. 88, BDB Heb. Lexicon s. v. Semitic element in LXX Greek 33 i::l~ intoxicating drink, Lev. N. Dt. Jd. Is. (elsewhere rendered by }-tE8vufw, }-tE81])-X€pov(3 plur. X€POV(3(€)LV (rarely -(3( € )L}-t) LXX passim.
G. E7raVa1 Possibly the work of Theodotion (as has been suggested by Sir H. Howorth). 2 3 The work of Aquila (see McNeile's edition). Should perhaps be placed under Paraphrases. g. aEOfkaL [aEOfkE8aJ KVPLE='j~1~ \'J. Gen. xliii. 20, xliv. 18, Ex. iv. la, 13, N. xii. 1 I: contrast EV EfkOL KVpLE Jd. vi. 13, IS, xiii. 8, I K. i. 26, 3 K. iii. 17, 26: in J os. vii. 8 the uncials omit the phrase, Syro-hex. ap. Field has aEOfkaL KVpLE; ef. ). Yet there are not wanting indications that even here there are different strata to be detected in the text of our uncials, notably in Ex.
A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek: According to the Septuagint: Introduction, Orthography, and Accidence by H. St. J Thackeray