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    -- Misnah Yadaim, c. 3. s. 5. Shir Hashirim Rabba, fol. 2. 4. Abarbinel in 1. Reg. iii. 12. fol. 209. 2. -- Zohar in Exod. fol. 59. 3. Shir Hashirim Rabba, fol. 2. 4. Targum, Jarchi, & Aben Ezra in loc. -- Dr. Kennicott’s Dissert. 1. p. 20, etc. -- T. Bab. Beracot, fol. 30. 1. -- In Gen. fol. 114. 3. -- Shir Hashirim Rabba, fol. 3. 3. Yalkut Simeoni, par. 2. fol. 28. 3. -- Seder Olam Rabba, c. 15. so Shir Hashirim Rabba, fol. 3. 3. -- See his Works, vol. 1. p. 76. -- Vid. Lowth de Sacr. Poesi Heb. Praelect. 30. p. 393, 394. & Not.

    Michaelis in ibid. p. 156-159. -- T. Bab. Bava Bathra, fol. 15. 1. -- hmlçl “de Solomone”, Cocceius. -- Maimon. Yesode Hatorah, c. 6. s. 12. -- whyp twqyçnm “uno tantum, vel altero de osculis oris sui”, Michaelis; so Gussetius, p. 446. -- Salmuth. in Pancirol. Memorab. Rer. par. 1. tit. 46. p. 215. -- Æydd “amores tui”, Pagninus, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, etc. -- “Nam omuium unguentum odos prae tua nautea est”, Plauti Curculio, Act. 1. Sc. 2. v. 5. -- “Nomen nectari dulcius beato”, Martial. l. 9. Epigr. 9. -- hxwrn “ut carramus”, so some in Marekius. -- “Quum introduxerit me”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, so Schmidt. -- µyrçym euyuthv , Sept. “rectitudines”, Montanus, Vatablus, Marekius, Michaeilis, so some in Vatablus. -- Junius & Tremellius; so Cocceius and Jarchi. -- “Nigra per naturam, formosa per gratiam”, Aug. de Tempore, serm. 201. p. 354. tom. 10. “Fusca per culpam, decora per gratiam”, Ambros. in Psal. cxviii. octon. 2. col. 881. tom. 2. -- hwan “optabilis”, Pagninus, Montanus, Tigurine version, Mercerus; so Aben Ezra. -- Travels, p. 220. edit. 2. See Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 6. c. 28. Solin.

    Polyhist. c. 46. -- trjrjç “paululum denigrata”, Pagninus, Mercerus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius; so Ainsworth and Aben Ezra. -- “Valde fusca”, Bochart; “prorsus vel valde, et teta nigra”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- “Perusta solibus pernicis uxor”, Horat. Epod. Ode 2. v. 41, 42. aliokauston Theocrit. Idyll. 10. v. 27. -- So Horace calls his own works “Vineta”, Epist. l. 2. Ep. 1. v. 220. -- A. Gell. Noct. Attic. l. 4. c. 12. -- h[rt hbya “quomodo pascas?” Tigurine version; so the Syriac version and Jarchi; see Ainsworth. -- “Inde, ubi quarta sitim coeli collegetit hora”, Virgil. Georgic. l. 3. v. 327. -- Platonis Phaedrus, p. 1230. -- So Stockius, p. 302. -- hyj[k “quasi operiens se”, Piscator; “ut obnubens”, Cocceius; “sicut obvelans se”, Marckius; “velut operta”, Michaelis. -- So Junius & Tremellius. -- µa “quandoquidem”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- So the Septuagint, Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopic versions. -- Hexaemeron. l. 6. c. 6. & in Psal. cxviii. octon. 2. p. 883. -- So Junius & Tremellius. -- “Juxta”, V. L. Piscator, Michaelis; apud, Mercerus, Cocceius. -- “Hoedi petulci”, Virgil. Georgic. l. 4. v. 10. “Lasciva capella”, Bucol.

    Eclog. 2. v. 64. Horat. Carmin. l. 2. Ode 15. v. 12. -- Deuteronomy Vita Mosis, l. 1. p. 610. Vid. Joseph. Antiqu. l. 2. c. 11. s. 2. -- yty[r “amica mea”, Pagninus, Montanus, Tigurine version, Mercerus, Michaelis. -- Æytymd “similem te judico”, Tigurine version. -- ytssl th ippw mou , Sept. “equae meae”, Pagninus, Montanus, Gussetius, p. 551. so Aben Ezra, Syriac and Arabic versions; “equabus”, Piscator. -- As Hippo, Hippe, Hippia, Hippodomia, Hippothoe, Hipponoe, Mercippe, Alcippe, Archippe. -- Idyll. 18. v. 29. -- ippov egw kalh , Theognis Sententiae, v. 257. h d’ippou-eido aristh , Phocylides. So by Plato in Hippias Major, p. 1250. & Horat.

    Carmin. l. 3. Ode 11. v. 9. -- Vid. Hieronym. in ibid. -- Clavis Ling. S. p. 387. -- Virgil. Aeneid. 1. v. 650. -- Homer. Odyss. 18. v. 295. -- yrwt “ordines”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- wbsmb “in circuitu suo”, Montanus, Piscator, Michaelis. -- Vid. Cuperi Observ. l. 1. c. 2. p. 13. -- Nat. Hist. l. 12. c. 12. -- “Illius puro destillant tempora nardo”, Tibullus, l. 2. Eleg. 2. v. 7. & 1. 3. Eleg. 7. v. 31. “Madidas nardo comas”, Martial. l. 3. Ep. 56. “tinge caput nardi folio”, ibid. “Assyriaque nardo potemus uncti”, Horat. Carmin. l. 1. Ode 11. v. 16, 17. Vid. Ovid. de Arte Amandi, l. 3. -- Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 15. c. 13. p. 692. -- Theodoret, Sanctius, and Marckius. -- “Tu mihi stacte, tu cinnamomium”, etc. Planti Curculio, Act. 1. Sc. 2. v. 6. -- Vid. Fortunat. Schace. Eleochrism. Sacr. I. 1, c. 51. p. 256, 257. -- rwrx “folliculus”, Cocceius; “sacculum”, Marckius; “fasciculus, vel sacculus”, Michaelis. -- Nat. Hist. l. 5. c. 17. -- Antiqu. l. 9. c. 1. s. 2. -- Justin. e Trogo, l. 36. c. 3. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 12. c. 25. Vid. Foliot in loc. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 12. c. 29. -- Virgil. Eclog. 2. v. 18. Ovid. Metamorph. l. 13. Fab. 8. -- Deuteronomy Bello Jud. l. 4. c. 8. s. 3. -- Sheviith, c. 7. s. 6. -- Maimon. & Bartenora in ibid. -- Travels, p. 113, 114. edit. 2. -- Nat. Hist. l. 14. c. 1. -- Misnah Sotah, c. 9. s. 9. -- T. Bab. Temurah, fol. 15. 2. Jarchi, & Ez Chaysim in Sotah ibid. -- rpk “copher”, Pagninus, Montanus, Cocceius, Marckius. -- T. Bab. Sabbat, fol. 88. 2. -- µynwy Æyny[ “oculi tui veluti columbarum”, Pagninus, Munster, so Ben Melech. -- So Juno is called “the large-eyed Juno”, and Minerva “the blue-eyed goddess”, and Chryseus “the black-eyed maid”, Homer. Iliad. 1. v. 99, 206, 551. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. in Nupt. Honor. Ode 4. v. 21. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 10. c. 34. Aelian. Hist. Animal. l. 3. c. 5. p. 44. -- Vid. Alstorph. de Lectis Veterum, c. 1. p. 2. s. 9, 10. “Viridante toro consederat herbae”, Virgil. Aeneid. 5. v. 388. “In medo torus est de mollibus ulvis impositus lecto”, Ovid. Metamorph. 8. v. 685. -- Alstorph. ibid. c. 13. p. 73, 74. -- wnytb “domorum nostrarum”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, etc. “aedium nostrarum”, Marckius. -- Nat. Hist. l. 16. c. 42. -- µytwrb kuparissoi , Sept. “cypressina”, V. L. Tigurine version; so David de Pomis, and others. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 16. c. 33. euwdei kuparissw , Theocrit.

    Epigram. 4. v. 7. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 16. c. 33. 40, 49. -- “E brutis”, Junius & Tremellius, Ainsworth, Brightman, Marckius; “brutiua”, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- Nat. Hist. l. 19. c. 17. -- wnyjhr “canales nostri”; so some in Vatablus, Tigurine version; “impluvium nostruim”, Hiller. de Keri & Kethib, p. 84. -- “Ambulachra nostra”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Zohar in Gen. fol. 46. 2. Targum, Aben Ezra, & Yalkut in loc. -- Ainsworth, Brightman, Vatablus; Cocceius; Michaelis. -- The rose, by the Arcadians, was called euomfalon , that is, “sweetsmelling”, Timachidas apud Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 15. c. 8. p. 682. and “rosy” is used for “beautiful”; “rosea cervice refulsit”, Virgil.

    Aeneid. l. 1. Vid. Servium in ibid. -- So Helena, for her beauty, is called rodocrwv elena , in Theocrit.

    Idyll. 19. The rose was sacred to Venus, Pausaniae Eliac. 2. sive l. 6, p. 391. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. de Nupt. Honor. v. 247. -- Nat. Hist. l. 21. c. 5. -- Durham in Ioc. -- “Mea rosa”, Plauti Bacchides, Sc. 1. v. 50. Asinaria, Act. 3, Sc. 3. v. 74. Curculio, Act. 1. Sc. 2. v. 6. -- Nat. Hist. l. 21. c. 4. -- Misnah Sotah, c. 8. s. 3. -- Diar. Italic, c. 7. p. 100. -- anyov tou pediou , Sept. “flos campi”, V. L. Pagninus, Mercerus. -- “Ego rosa Sharon lilio vallium”, Marckius. -- Nat. Hist. l. 27. c. 12. -- Nicander apud Athenaeum, l. 15. c. 8. p. 683. -- “Quantum lenta solent inter viburna cupressi”, Virgil. Bucolic.

    Eclog. 1. v. 26. “Lenta salix”, etc. Eclog. 5. v. 16. -- Scholiast. in Aristoph. Nubes, p. 180. The statue of Venus had sometimes an apple in one hand, and a poppy in the other, Pausan.

    Corinth. sive l. 2. p. 103. -- Athenaei Deispnosoph. l. 3. c. 7. p. 83. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 11. c. 53. & 12. c. 3. Solin. Polyhistor. c. 59. Macrob. Saturnal. l. 3. c. 19. -- Nat. Hist. l. 17. c. 12. -- ytbçyw ytdmj “concupivi, et sedi”, Pagninus, Montanus, Mercerus, Marckius. -- Plutarch. Conjug. Praecept. vol. 2. p. 138. -- la “in”, Pagninus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Marckius, Michaelis. -- ˆyyh tyb “domum vini”, Pagninus, Montanus, etc. -- “Cellam vinariam”, Tigurine version. -- “Locum convivii”, Junius & Tremellius. -- Suetonii Vita Vespasian. c. 6. -- “Vino fulcire venas cadentes”, Senecae Ep. 95. -- “Malo me Galatea petit”, Virgil. Bucolic. Eclog. 3. v. 64. Vid.

    Theocrit. Idyll. 3. v. 10. & Idyll. 6. v. 6, 7. & Suidam in voce mhlon . -- ynwdpr “sternite ante me”, so some in Vatablus; “substernite mihi”, Tigurine version, Piscator. -- tetrwmhnh , Sept. -- “Langueo amore”, V. L. so Michaelis; “aegrotus” is used in this sense, in Terent. Heautont. l. 1. -- Tigurine version, some in Mercer. Marckius; so Ainsworth. -- V. L. Pagninus Montanus. -- Not. in Lowth Praelect. de Poes. Heb. p. 158. -- So lovers are frequently called “Amor et Amores”, “love and loves”, vid. Theocrit. Idyll. 2. & Ovid. Briseis Achilli, v. 12. Plauti Curculio, Act. 2. Sc. 3. v. 78. Miles, Act. 4. Sc. 8. v. 67. Poenulus, Act. 5. Sc. 3. v. 49. Mostell. arg. v. 1. Persa, arg. v. 1. -- “Virginibus Tyriis mos est gestare pharetram”, Virgil. Aeneid. l. 1. -- Enarrat. in Psal. cxviii. octon. 7. p. 917. -- Vid. Dionys. Perieg. v. 843, 844. -- nebrov aloito , etc. Theocrit. Idyll. 8. prope finem. -- “The hart is said to leap sixty feet at a leap”, Bochart. Hierozoic. par. 2. l. 3. c. 17. col. 882. -- “Cervi veloces”, Virgil. Aeneid. 5. v. 253. -- Vid. Pausaniae Arcad. sive l. 8. p. 472. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 8. c. 32.

    Aelian de Animal. l. 2. c. 9. Solin. Polyhistor. c. 31, Frantz. Animal, Sacr. par. 1. c. 15. -- Uyxm “efflorescens”, Piscator, Michaelis, so Ainsworth. -- Nat. Hist. l. 28. c. 11. -- hn[ “respondit”, Montanus, Vatablus, Piscator, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Æl yklw Æl ymwq “surge tibi, et abi tibi”, Montanus, Cocceius, so Vatablus, Marckius. -- “Grandaevumque patrem supplex, miseranda rogabo unam hyemem”, Statii Achill. l. 1. v. 50, 51. Vid. Valer. Flacc. l. 1. v. 197. -- “Ante adventum Christi hyems erat, venit Christus, fecit aestatem”, Ambros. Enarrat. in Paul. cxviii. octon. 7. p. 821. -- “Ver praebet flores”, Ovid. de Remed. Amor. l. 1. v. 188. “Omnia tum florent”, ibid. Metamorph. l. 15. Fab. 9. So flowers are called tekna earov , “the children of the spring”, in Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 13. c. 9. p. 608. “Vernus sequitur color, omnis in herbas turget humus”, Claudian. de Rapt. Proserp. l. 2. v. 90. -- rymzh t[ “tempus palmitis”, Gussetius, p. 231. -- kairov thv tomhv , Sept. “tempus putationis”, V. L. Pagninus; so the Syriac, Arabic, and Ethiopic versions. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 17. c. 22. Hesiod. Opera & Dies, l. 2. -- estene trugwn , Theocrit. Idyll. 7. -- Plin. ut supra, l. 18. c. 28. -- Myndius apud Athenaeum in Deipnosophist. l. 9. c. 11. p. 394. So Pliny, “hyeme mutis, vere vocalibus”, l. 10. c. 35. Vid. l. 18. c. 28. -- In Zohar in Gen. fol. 121. 3. -- So Pesikta in Yalkut in loc. -- Vid. Stockium, p. 1181. -- Apud Atheanei Deipnosoph. l. 3. c. 4. p. 77. -- Plutarch. Sympos. l. 6. problem. 9. Macrob. Saturnal. l. 3. c. 20. -- In Epictet. l. 16. c. 15. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 16. c. 26. -- lbid. l. 13. c. 7. Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 2. c. 11. p. 11. Solin.

    Polyhistor. p. 45. -- rdms “in flore constitutae”, Mercerus, Michaelis; “vitis pars florens”, Munster; “vineae florentes”, Tigurine version; “nihil gratius florentis odore vitis”, Ambros. Hexaemeron, l. 3. c. 12. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 16. c. 25. & l. 17. c. 22. “Si bene floruerit vinea”, etc. Ovid. Fasti, l. 5. so Horat. Epod. Ode 16. v. 44. -- Danaeus in Hos. xiv. 7. Levini Lemn. Herb. Biblic. c. 2. -- Hipponax apud Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 3. c. 4. p. 78. -- Nat. Hist. l. 14. c. 1. -- “Odit verus amor, nec patitur moras”, Senecae Hercul. Fur. v. 587. -- “Mea columba”, Plauti Casina, Act. 1. Sc. 1. v. 50. Doves were birds of Venus; her chariot was drawn by them, Chartar. de Imag.

    Deor. p. 218. Vid. Apulci Metamorph. l. 6. -- “Quails spelunca subito commota columba, cui domus et dulces latebroso in pumice nidi”, Virgil. Aeneid. 5. v. 213. -- Theatrum Terrae S. p. 171. -- Iliad. 21. v. 493, 494. -- “In tegimento petrae”, i.e. “tuta praesidio passionis meae et fidei munimento”, Ambros. de Isaac, c. 4. p. 281. -- Euterpe, sive l. 2. c. 55. -- Vid. Theocrit. Idyll. 1. v. 48, 49. & Idyll. 5. v. 112, 113. So soldiers are compared to foxes, because they eat the grapes in the countries they come into, Aristoph. Equites, Act 3. Sc. 1. p. 350. -- Tuccius in Soto Major in loc. -- Vid. Fortunat. Schacc. Eleochrysm. Sacr. l. 1. c. 28. p. 137. -- Theophrast. apud Athenaeum in Deipnosoph. l. 15. c. 7. p. 679. -- jwpyç d[ ewv ou diapneush , Sept. “donec, vel dum spiret”, Mercerus, Cocceius; “aspirat”, Marckius; “spiraverit”, Michaelis. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 2. c. 47. Senecae Nat. Quaest. l. 5. c. 8. -- lbid. Aristot. Problem. s. 25. c. 4. “Adspirant aurae in noctem”, Virgil. Aeneid. 7. v. 8. -- bs “circui”, Montanus, Sanctius; “circumito”; some in Michaelis. -- “Complectere”, Marckius. -- Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 16. -- rtb yrh l[ “in montibus divisionis”, Vatablus, Piscator; “scissionis”, Cocceius; “dissectionis”, Marckius; “sectionis vel separationis”, Michaelis. -- twlylb en nuxin , Sept. “per noctes”, V. L. Junius & Tremeilius, Piscator; “in noctibus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Tigurine versions, Marckius, Michaelis. -- “Audacem faciebat amor”. Ovid. Metamorph. l. 4. Fab. 4. -- Homer. Iliad. 2. v. 29, 66, 141, 329. & 14. v. 88. Odyss. 22. v. 230. -- Ib. Odyss. 7. v. 80. -- twrmytk “ut columnae ad formam palmae assurgntes”, Buxtorf; “ut palmae”, Mercerus, Cocceius; “instar palmarum”, Tigurine version, Michaelis. -- so Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Schmidt. -- lkwr mureqou , Sept. “pigmentarii”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus; “pharmacopolae”, Tigurine version; “seplasiarii”, Mercerus, Cocceius; “aromatarii”, Junius & Tremellius, Marckius. -- Targum, Aben Ezra, Jarchi, Kimchi, Ben Melech, and Abendana. -- romfaian Sept. “gladium”, Pagninus, Junius & Tremellius, Cocceius. -- Ebr. Comment. p. 23. -- Xenophon. Cyropaedia, l. 6. c. 29. -- twlylb “in noctibus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Piscator, Marckius, Michaelis. -- ˆwyrpa “thalamum sponsarum”, Montanus. -- So Schmidt, Marckius, David de Pomis, Kimchi in Sopher Shorash. rad. hrp & Ben Melech in loc. -- Sotah, c. 9. s. 14. & Jarchi in ibid. -- Vid. Alstorph. de Lecticis Veter. c. 3. -- Vid. Suidam in voce zeugov . -- Agreement of Customs between the East Indians and Jews, artic. 17. p. 68. -- wtdypr “pavimentum ejus”, Vatablus, Grotius. -- anakliton , Sept. “reclinatorium ejus”, Arabic interpreter. -- Pwxr “succcensum”, Montanus, Marckius; “accensum, sive exustum”, some in Vatablus, so Aben Ezra. -- twnbm “a filiabus”, Montanus, Cocceius; so Sept. “a puellis”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- “Amore foeminarum”, Tigurine version; “amore filiarum”, Vatablus, Mercerus. -- Misnah Sotah, c. 9. s. 14. -- Vid. Paschalium de Coronis. l. 2. c. 16. p. 126. & Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian de Raptu Proserp. l. 2. v. 148. “Magnisque coronis conjugium fit”, Claudian. Laus Serenae, v. 189, 190. stefov gamhlion , Bion. Idyl. 1. prope finem. -- Ætmxl “intra ligamina tua”, some in Vatablus; “vittam suam”, Cocceius; “constrictam comam tuam”, Michaelis, so Jarchi. Vid. Horat.

    Carmin. l. 2. Ode 11. v. 23, 24. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. Nupt. Honor. Ode 1. v. 12. -- Metamorph. l. 2. -- Juno, Iliad. 10. v. 5. Diana, Odyss. 20. v. 80. Minerva, Iliad. 6. v. 92. Latona, Iliad. 1. v. 36. & 19. v. 413. Circe, Odyss. 10. v. 136, 220, 310. Calypso, Odyss. 5. v. 30. Helena, Iliad. 3. v. 329. & passim; Thetis, Iliad. 18. v. 407. & 20. v. 207. Ceres, Odyss. 5. v. 125. Nymphs and others, Odyss. 6. v. 222, 238. & 12. v. 132. & 19. v. 542. So Venus is described by Claudian. de Nupt. Honor. v. 99. “Casariem tunc forte Venus subnixa corusco fingebat solio”. -- “Quae crine vincit Boetici gregis vellus”, Martial. l. 5. Ep. 38. -- “Nondum illi flavum”, etc. Virgil. Aeneid. 4. prope finem. Vid.

    Horat. Carmin. l. 1. Ode 5. v. 4. Martial. Epigr. l. 5. Ep. 65. -- “Aurea Caesaries”, Virgil. Aeneid. 8. v. 659. Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. de Rapt. Proserp. l. 3. v. 86. -- Vid. Braunium de Vest. Sacerdot. l. 1. c. 9. p. 201. -- “Hoedina tibi pelle”, etc. Martial. Epigr. l. 12. Ep. 38. -- Theocrit. Idyll. 3. v. 1, 2. -- Animadv. in loc. -- Hierozoic. par. 1. l. 2. c. 5. col. 628. -- In Salazar apud Marckium in loc. -- Theocrit. Idyll. 6. v. 37, 38. -- twbwxq “caesae vel dedolatae”, Bochart. Hierozoic. par. 1. I. 2. c. 45. col. 493. “aequarum”, Junius & Tremellius; “statura aequalium”, Cocceius. -- Aristot. de Animal. Hist. l. 6. c. 19. -- Theocrit. Idyll. 1. v. 25. & 3. v. 34. & 5. v. 54. & 8. v. 44. -- Aelian. Var. Hist. l. 12. c. 1. -- ceilea purra , Theocrit. Idyll. 15. “Purpureis labellis”, Ovid.

    Amor. l. 3. Eleg. 13. -- jlpk wv lepuron , Sept. “sicut fragmen”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, Junius & Tremellius; “pars vel frustum”, Michaelis. -- Boeotica, sive l. 9. p. 578. -- Ætqr “tenuis faciei pars”, Marckius; “tenuior”, Michaelis. Vid.

    Kimchii Sepher Shorash. rad. qqr . -- krotafoi para to krotein thn afhn . -- mhlon sou , Sept. “genae tuae”, Pagninus, Cocceius. -- “Purpureas genas”, Ovid. Amor. l. 1. Eleg. 4. Statii Thebaid. l. 1. v. 538. Ausonii Parental. 23. v. 16. “Purpurissatae buccae”, Plauti Trucul.

    Act. 2. Sc. 2. v. 35. “genre”, Apulei Apolog. p. 239. -- Travels, p. 139. Vid. Adrichom. Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 168. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. in Rufin. l. 1. v. 53. & l. 2. v. 294. -- Vid. Castell. Lexic. col. 3904. so Pagninus and Tigurine version. -- Psellus in ioc. -- Vid. Cuperi Observ. l. 1. c. 7. p. 42. & Gutberleth. de Saliis, c. 12. p. 69. -- Deuteronomy Liberis Educand. vol. 2. p. 3. -- Aristot. de Animal. l. 6. c. 29. -- “En aspicis ilium, candida qui medius cubat inter lilia, cervum?”

    Calphurnius apud Bochart. Hierozoic. par. 1. l. 3. c. 24. col. 924. -- Florus de Gest. Roman. l. 3. c. 5. -- Vid. Gabr. Sionita de Orient. Urb. c. 6. p. 14. -- yawbt “venies”, Pagninus, Montanus, Mercerus, Junius & Tremellius. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 5. c. 22. Mela de Situ Orbis, l. 1. c. 12. Solin.

    Polyhistor. c. 51. -- Geograph. l. 5. c. 8. -- Antiqu. l. 5. c. 6. s. 1. -- Deuteronomy Animal. l. 5. c. 56. -- Aristot. Hist. Animal. l. 6. c. 3, Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 8. c. 16. -- Vid. Ignatii Epist. ad Roman. p. 58. Brocard. in Cocceii Lexic. p. 123. -- Geograph. l. 14. p. 465. & l. 16. p. 517. -- Pharsalia, l. 3. v. 244. “vencre feroces, et cultor”, Amana. -- Ad Attic. l. 5. Ep. 20. -- Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 186. -- “Sive tibi conjux, sive futura soror”, Tibullus. -- yntbbl “vulnerasti cor meum”, V. L. so Ben Melech; and Kimchi Sepher Shorash. rad. bbl . -- Jarchi, David de Pomis, Lexic fol. 69. 3. -- “Cor copulasti mihi”, Buxtorf. Hottinger. Smegma, p. 164. Vid.

    Misn. Sabbat, c. 5. s. 2. -- “Occupasti”, Lutherus, Marckius; “vendicasti”, Tigurine version. -- “Animasti me”, Cocceius, Schmidt. -- Tertuilian. de. Virg. Veland. c. 17. Leviticus Bruyn’s Voyage to the Levant, ch. 40. p. 157. -- See Prov. vi. 25. So the poet says of Helena, tav pantev ep’ ommasin imeroi enti , Theocrit. Idyll. 18. “Perque tuos oculos qui rapuere meos”, Ovid. Amor. l. 3, Eleg. 10. Vid. Barthii ad Claudian.

    Nupt. Honor. v. 6. -- Æyny[m djab “uno aspecto oculorum tuorum”, Junius & Tremellius, so Ainsworth. -- lipara par’ aucena seiet’ eyeira , Theocrit. Idyll. 5. -- Æydwd “amores tui”, Pagninus, Montanus, etc. -- Vid. Theocrit. Idyll. 21. v. 26, 27. Homer. Iliad. 1. v. 249. -- Plauti Asinaria, Act. 3. Sc. 3. v. 24. -- Vid. Cohen de Lara, Ir David, p. 52. The word is used in T. Hieros.

    Challah, fol. 57. 4. -- Athenaeus, l. 1. c. 8. p. 9. & l. 14. c. 13. p. 644. Suidas in voce, kandulov . Aristoph. Pax, & Florent. Christian. in ibid. p. 633. -- Lib. de Bono Sapore, c. 4. -- Lactant. de Fals. Relig. l. 1. c. 22. See Isa. vii. 15. -- Nemea, Ode 3. d. 10, 11. -- Trucul. Act. 1. Sc. 2. v. 75, 76, -- “Nec pigeat tritum niveo cum lacte papaver sumere, et expressis, mella liquata favis”, Ovid. Fasti, l. 4. v. 149, 150. -- eimata yuwdea , Homer. Odyss. 5. v. 264. & 21. v. 52. -- Journey from Aleppo, etc. p. 89. Edit. 7. -- Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 170. -- Theatrum Deipnosoph. l. 12. c. 2. p. 515. -- Antiqu. l. 8. c. 7. s. 3. Vid. Adrichom. p. 170. -- Journey from Aleppo etc. p. 88, 89. -- “Cum fluctu obserato, cum fonte obsignato”, Marckius, so some in Michaelis. -- T. Bab. Yoma, fol. 75. Apud Wagenseil. Sota, p. 240. Seder Tephillot, fol. 203. 1. Ed. Basil. vid. Targum, Jarchi & Aben Ezra in loc. -- Deuteronomy Bono Mortis, c. 5. -- In Sympos. p. 1194. -- Vid. Guisium in Misn. Sheviith, c. 2. s. 2. -- sdrp paradeisov , Sept. “paradisus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Tigurine version, Cocceius, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Onomastic. Sacr. p. 291. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 13. c. 19. -- So Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- Lexic. Pentaglott. col. 910. -- “Corycii pressura croci”, Lucan. Pharsal. l. 9. v. 809. -- Ovid. Fast. l. 1. v. 76. in Ibin, v. 200. Propert. l. 4. Eleg. 6. v. 74. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 12. c. 19, 22. Strabo, l. 15. p. 478. -- Herodot. Thalia, c. 107. “Cinnamoni et multi pastor odoris Araba”, Propert. l. 3. Eleg. 13. v. 8, 9. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 12. c. 14. -- Apud Schindler. Lexic. col. 1192. -- Strabo. Geograph. l. 16. p. 538. Vid. p. 535. -- Origin. l. 17. c. 8, 9. -- So Cocceius, Schmidt, Heunischius, Marckius, Michaelis. -- So Ainsworth, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Marckius. -- “Flumine vivo”, Virgil. Aeneid. l. 2. v. 715, “Semper fluenti”, i.e. “naturali”, Servius in ibid. -- Adrichom. Theatrum Terrae Sanctum, p. 107, 108. -- Ibid. p. 6. -- Journey from Aleppo, etc. p. 142, 143. -- Travels, part. 2. ch. 12. p. 187, 188. Ed. Ray. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 5. c. 20. Joseph. Antiqu. l. 5. c. 3. s. 1. -- So Cocceius, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Foliot, Sanctius, & Tig. Not. in loc. So Ambrose is Psal. i. 5. p. 686. -- Aristot. Meteorolog. l. 2. c. 6. -- Jarchi & Aben Ezra in loc. -- “Floribus austrum perditus”, Bucolic. Eclog. 2. v. 58. -- ytyra etrughsa , Sept. “messui”, V. L. -- Comment. Ebr. p. 179, 337. -- “Et nivei lactis pocula mista mero”, Tibullus, l. 3. Eleg. 5. v. 34. -- Paedagog. l. 1. c. 6. p. 107. -- µydwd wrkçw “et inebriamini amoribus”, Mercerus, Schmidt, Cocceius, so Ainsworth. -- Semedo’s History of China, par. c. 1. 13. -- Familiar. Epist. l. 7. Ep. 1. -- “Qui vigilans dormiat”, Plauti Pseudolus, Act. 1. Sc. 3. v. 151. -- Pesikta in Jarchi, & Tanchama in Yalkut in loc. -- “Meum mel, meum cor”, Plauti Poenulus, Act. 1. Sc. 2. v. 154, 170, 175. “Meum corculum, melliculum”, ibid. Casina, Act. 4. Sc. 4, v. 14. -- “Janua vel domina”, &c, Propert. Eleg. 16. v. 17, 18, 19. -- ytmt teleia mou , Sept. “perfecta mea”, Montanus, Tigurine version, Marckius; “integra mea”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- “Me mediae noctes”, etc. Propert. ut supra. (Eleg. 16.) v. 22, etc. -- Homer. Odyss. 19. v. 317. -- “At lachrymans exclusus amator,----posteisque superbos unguit amaracino”, Lucret. l. 4. prope finem. -- rb[ rwm “myrrham transeuntem”, Pagninus, Montanus, etc. “probam”, Tigurine version; “lachrymantem”, Bochart; “quam Dioscorides vocat Myrrham Galiraeam”. -- qmj “verteret se”, Pagninus; “circuerat”, Montanus. -- haxy exhlyen , Sept. “egressa est”, Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius. -- wrbdb en logw autou , Sept. “in loquela ejus”, Marckius. -- Deuteronomy Legibus, l. 2. p. 602. -- Homil. 12. in Cant. p. 651. -- “Non timidum nuptae leviter tinctura padorem, lutea demissos velarunt flammea vultus”, Lucan. Pharsal. l. 2. v. 360, 361. Vid. Plin.

    Nat. Hist. l. 21. c. 8. “Uti tibi corycio glomerarem flammea luto”, Virgil. Cyris. Vid. Barthii ad Claudian. Fescen. Ode 4. v. 4. -- Vid. Chartarium de Imag. Deorurn, p. 84, 89. & Kipping. Antiqu.

    Roman. l. 4. c. 2. p. 693, 694. -- yt[bçh wrkisa , Sept. “adjuro”, V. L. Pagninus, etc. -- wl wdygt hm “quid narrabitis ei?” Pagninus, Michaelis; “quid indicabitis ei?” Montanus, Marckius. -- Deuteronomy Legibus, l. 2. -- hbbrm lwgd “vexillatus a decem millibus”, Montanus; “sub signis habens exercitum decem millium”, Tigurine version. -- “Insignis prae decem millibus”, Pagninus, so Cocceius, Marckius. -- Antiqu. l. 8. c. 7. s. 3. -- Vid. Bochart. Hierozoic. par. 1. l. 3. c. 9. col. 154. -- Leo African. Descript. Africae, l. 3. p. 273. -- Comment. in Prov. viii. 19. & xxi. 5. -- Bibliothec. l. 2. p. 133. & l. 3. p. 179. -- zp µtk “aurum auri”, Mercerus. -- µyltlt “penduli”, Arabic, Bochart, so Jarchi. -- “Spectandum----nigroque capillo”, Horat. de Arte Poet. v. 37, “nigroque crine decorum”, ib. Sermon. l. 1. Ode 32. v. 11. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 29. c. 6. Aelian de Animal. l. 1. c. 48. -- “Crispi”, Pagninus, Montanus, Piscator, Cocceius; “crispaturae”, Buxtorf. Marckius. -- Aristot. de Gen. Animal. l. 5. c. 3. -- Ibid. -- Aeneid. l. 5. So Ovid. Fast. l. 6. “animique oculique natabant”. -- Nat. Hist. l. 10. c. 34. -- Varro de Rustic. c. 3. s. 7. -- talm l[ “siti insitione”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- “Ad plenitudinem”, Tigurine version, Bochart; “juxta plenitudinem”, Vatablus; so some in Brightman; “juxta fluenta plenissima” V. L.

    Septuagint, Syriac, and Arabic versions. -- “Super plenitudinem”, Montanus, Mercerus. -- wyyjl “maxillae ejus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Sanctius, Cocceius, Ainsworth, Marckius, Michaelis. -- µyjqrm twldgm “turribus pigmentorum”, Marckius; “condimentorum”, Schmidt, Michaelis. -- Vid. Fortunat. Scacchi Eleochrys. Sacr. l. 1. c. 18. p. 90. -- Nat. Hist. l. 21. c. 5. -- Theophrast. apud Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 15. c. 8. p. 681.

    Maimon. in Misn. Sheviith, c. 7. s. 6. & Alshech in loc. Midrash Esther, s. 4. fol. 91. 1. -- Dioscorides, l. 1. c. 163. Apud Fortunat. Scacch. ut supra, (Eleochrys. Sacr.) l. 1. c. 27. p. 134. -- Herodot. Euterpe, sive l. 2. c. 92. -- Scacch. ibid. l. 1. c. 28. p. 138, 139. -- “Olent tua basia myrrham”, Martial. Epigr. l. 2. Ep. 10. -- “Et solitum digito beryllum adederat ignis”, Propert. l. 4. Eleg. 7. v. 9. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 37. c. 5. Solin. Polyhistor. c. 65. Ruaeus de Gemmis, l. 9. c. 8. Deuteronomy Boot Hist. Gemm. l. 2. c. 70. bhrullou glaukhn liysn , Dionys. Perieg. v. 1012. -- çyçrtb “beryllo thalassio”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- Epigr. l. 2. Ep. 25. -- wy[m “viscera ejus”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Kimchi Sepher Shorash. rad. rzç , Maimon. Hilchot Cele Hamikdash, c. 8. s. 14. Jarchi in loc. -- Vid. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 9. c. 35. & l. 37. c. 2. -- Deuteronomy Margaritis, l. 5. -- “Litora marmoreis pedibus signanda puellae”, Ovid. Amor. l. 2.

    Eleg. 11. v. 5. -- “Et cedro digna locutus”, Persii Satyr. 1. v. 42. -- So glukeron stoma is used of lovers by Solon in Plutarch. in Erotica, p. 751. and in Apulei Apolog. p. 192. -- µyqtmm “dulcedines”, Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius, Michaelis. -- adu ti stoma etc. Theocrit Idyll. 8. v. 82. -- µydmjm wlkw “et totus ipsa desideria”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- “Omnia Caesar erat”, Lucan. Pharsal. l. 3. v. 108. “Id unum dixero, quam ille omnibus omnis fuerit”, Paterculus, l. 2. -- wnçqbn zhthsomen , Sept. “quaeremus”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius, etc. -- Antiqu. l. 8. c. 7. s. 3. -- See Lightfoot’s Chorograph. Inquiry on John, c. 5. s. 4. p. 509. -- Ebr. Comment. p. 642. -- tw[rl “ut ubi pascatur”, V. L. Munster, Mercerus. -- eupnoa leiria kersoi , Theocrit. Idyll. 19. v. 32. -- Carmin. l. 1. Ode 36, v. 16. -- Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 74. -- hxrtk wv eudokia , Sept. eudokhth , Symmachus. -- Siphri in Jarchi, & Shir Hashirim Rabba in loc. -- Nat. Hist. l. 5. c. 14. -- ydgnm apenantion mou , Sept. “ex adverso mei”; Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Marckius; so Montanus and Ainsworth. -- ynbyhrh “corroborant me”, Marckius; so Kimchi, and Ben Melech. -- “Fortiores fuerunt me”, Pagninus; so Aben Ezra. -- So the Septuagint and Vulgate Latin versions. -- Mercerus, Ainsworth. -- Tigurine version, Piscator; so Jarchi. -- Montanus, Cocceius. -- µyçglyp “secundariae uxores”, Michaelis. -- Idyll. 18. v. 24. -- hrb “munda”, Montanus, Mercerus; “pura”, Vatablus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Dinon in Persicis apud Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 13. c. 1. p. 556. -- Theocrit. Idyll. 18. v. 26. -- rododaktulov hwv , Iliad. 1. v. 477. & passim. -- hwv krokopeplov , Iliad. 8, v. 1. & 19. v. 1. -- Iliad. 18. v. 255. -- Odyss. 5. v. 390. -- Odyss. 15. v. 56, 250. -- “Tanto formosis, formosior omnibus illa est”, Ovid. Leander Heroni, v. 73. “Pulchrior tanto tua forma lucet”, Senecae Hippolylus, Act. 2. chorus, v. 740. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. de Nupt. Honor. v. 243. -- Vid. Chartarium de Imag. Deorum, p. 89. & Kipping. Antiqu. Rom. l. 4. c. 2. p. 697. “Sparge marite nuces”, etc. Virgil. Bucolic. Eclog. 8. v. 30. “Daniel nuces pueris”, Catuili Juliae Epithal. Ep. 59, v. 131. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 13. c. 5. Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 14. c. 17. p. 649. -- zwga tng “hortos putatos”, Junius & Tremellius; Heb. “tonsionis”, Piscator; “hortum putationis”, Marckius. -- yt[dy al ouk egnw , Sept. “nescivi”, V. L. “non novi”, Montanus. -- “Nondum percipientem haec”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- bydn ym[ “populi mei spontanei”, Pagninus; “voluntari”, Piscator, Cocceius, Marchius, Michaelis. -- ybwç epistrefe , Sept. “convertere”, Sanctius, Marckius. -- tljmk wv coroi , Sept. “sicut chorus”, Vatablus, Marckius, Michaelis, & alii. -- Odyss. 11. v. 602, 603. “Auratos pedes”, Ovid. Amor. l. 3. Eleg. 12. -- Euterpe, sivw l. 2. c. 98. -- Vid. Braunium de Vest. Sacerd. Heb. l. 1. p. 295, 306. -- “Virginibus Tyrriis mos est”, etc. Virgil. Aeneid. 1. -- Vid. Persii Satyr. 5. v. 169. Virgil. Bucolic. Eclog. 7. v. 32. -- “Pes maslus in niveo”, etc. Ovid. de Arte Amandi, l. 3. Vid. Martial. l. 7. Epigr. 27. -- bydn tb “puella nobills”, Castalio; “filia voluntarie”, Marckius; “principalis, nobills, et ingenua virgo, sc. filia”, so some in Michaelis. -- yqwmj “vertebra”, Pagninus, Montanus, Vatablus; “signat illam agilem versatilem juncturam, qua capite femorum in suis foraminibus expedite moventur”, Brightman. -- Durham in loc. -- Eleochrysm. Sacr. l. 3. p. 1016. -- gzmh krama , Sept. “mixtio”, Mercerus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator; “mixtura”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- T. Bab. Sabbat, fol. 77. 1. Nidda, fol. 19. 1. -- So Junius & Tremellius, Ainsworth. -- Vid. Selden. Uxor. Heb. l. 2. c. 15. p. 195. -- hgws pefragmhnh , Sept. “vallatus”, V. L. “circumseptus”, Tigurine version, Michaelis; “septus”, Pagninus, Montanus, Brightman, Cocceius, Marckius, & alii. -- “Eburnea cervix”, Ovid. Epist. 20. v. 57. “Eburnea colla”, ib.

    Metamorph. l. 3. Feb. 6. v. 422. & l. 4. Fab. 5. v. 335. -- Ovid. Amor. l. 2. Eleg. 4. v. 41. -- Ib. Fasti, l. 4. v. 135. Virgil. Georgic. 4. in fine. -- µybr tb yugatrov pollwn Sept. “filiae muititudinis”, V. L. “magnatum”, Montanus; “nobilium”, Pagninus. -- twkrb a rad. Ærb “benedixit”. -- Pharsal. l. 3. v. 215. -- Theatrum Terrae Sanctae, p. 100. -- lmrkk “veluti coccinum”, Pagninus, Vatablus, Mercerus; “simile est coccineo”, Junius & Tremellius; “est ut coccus”, Piscator; so Ainsworth; “sicut carmesinum”, Schindler. -- Ovid. Metamorph. l. 8. Fab. 1. v. 301. Deuteronomy Arte Amandi, l. 1. & de Remed. Amor. l. 1. v. 68. Hygin. Fab. 198. Pausan. Attica, p. 33. -- Pindar. Olymp. Ode 6. Pyth. Ode 1. v. 2. -- Homer. Odyss. 6. v. 231. & 23. v. 155. -- Paradise Lost, Book 4. -- “Meae deliciae”, Plauti Stichus, Act. 5. Sc. 5. -- Ovid. Metamorph. l. 13. Fab. 8. -- Theocrit. Idyll. 18. v. 30. -- A. Gellii Nect. Attic. l. 7. c. 16. Vid. Strabo. Geograph. l. 17. p. 563. -- Sandys’s Travels, l. 2. p. 79. -- Nat. Hist. l. 13. c. 4. -- Ibid. So Sandys’s Travels, l. 2. p. 79. -- Travels, tom. 1. p. 142. Edit. 2. -- Deuteronomy Dea Syria. -- Vid. Buxtorf. Lex. Talmud. in rad. rwq col. 2005. -- Plutarch. de San. Tuend. vol. 2. p. 133. Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 13. c. 4. -- Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 2. c. 28. p. 71. -- µyrçyml “ad rectitudines”, Montanus; “ad ea quae roetissima sunt”, Tigurine version. -- “Directe”, Mercerus; “rectissime”, Brightman. -- “Ad rectitudines”, i.e. “rectos homines”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- µynçy “veterum”, Pagninus; “antiquorum”, Vatablus. -- Philoxenus apud Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 2. c. 1. p. 25. Vid. T. Bab.

    Sanhedrin, fol. 38. 1. -- Philoxenus apud Athenaei Deipnosoph. l. 11. c. 3. p. 463. -- Ibid. l. 4. c. 4. p. 134. l. 10. c. 7. p. 428. -- So Junius & Tremellius, Piscator. -- Shir Hashirim Rabba in loc. -- Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Brightman, Michaelis. -- rdmsh jtp “num si, vel gemmas suas aperuerit flos vitis”, Michaelis; to the same sense Pagninus, Montanus, Tigurine version, Junius & Tremellius. -- “Naias amat Thyrsin, Glauce Almona, Nisa Theonem; Nisa rosas, Glauce violas, dat lilia Nais”. Cythereus Sidonius apud Auson. -- Pfeiffer. Dubia Vexata, cent. 1. loc. 59. p. 79. -- Dissert. de Dudaim. -- Hist. Patriarch. tom. 2. exercit. 19. s. 9, 15. -- Hist. Ethiop. l. 1. c. 9. -- Nat. Hist. l. 25. c. 13. -- Herb. Bibl. Explic. l. 2. -- Contr. Faustum, l. 22. c. 56. -- Vid. Plutarch. Amator. vol. 2. p. 755. & Barthium ad Claudian. de Nupt. Honor. v. 208. “Longos erexit janua ramos”, Juvenal. Satyr. 12. v. 91. “Necte coronam postibus”, Satyr. 6. v. 51, 52. “Ornantur postes”, v. 79. “Ornatas paulo ante fores”, etc. v. 226, 227. “Junua laureata”, Tertull. ad Uxor. l. 2. c. 6. -- “----Sunt poma gravantia ramos Sunt auro similes longis in vitibus uvae, Sunt et purpureae, tibi et has servamus et ilias”. Ovid.

    Metamorph. l. 13. Fab. 8. -- Ænty ym “quis det te?” Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius. -- Targum in loc. Zohar in Gen. fol. 104. 1. Tzeror Hammor, fol. 73. 3. Caphtor Uperah, fol. 5. 2. -- Uwjb “in platen”, Montanus, Brightman, Marckius; “in publico”, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- yl yzby al “non contemnent, vel contemnerent me”, Montanus, Brightman, Marckius. -- yndmlt “docebis me”, V. L. Pagninus, Montanus, & alii; “doceres me”, Brightman, Michaelis. -- ynmr sys[m “de vino dulci mali granati mei”, Montanus. -- T. Bab. Sabbat, fol. 143. 2. Maimon. Hilch. Maacolot Asurot, c. 7. s. 7. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 14. c. 16. -- biblinon euwda Theocrit. Idyll. 14. v. 15, 16. -- Athenaei Deipnosophist. l. 1. c. 95. p. 32. -- Ibid. l. 11. c. 3. p. 464. -- Plin. Nat. Hist. l. 14. c. 13, 16. Plauti Persa, Act. 1. Sc. 3. v. 7, 8. -- Munster. Dictionar. Chaldaic. p. 22, 27. -- Apud Chartar. de Imag. Deorum, p. 139. -- Athenaeus, ut supra (Deipnosophist.), l. 3. c. 8. p. 84. -- Tigurine version, Marckius, some in Michaelis. -- Mercerus, Piscator, Cocceius, Michaelis. -- hm , “cur”, Montanus, Schmidt. -- Vid. Theocrit. Idyll. 18. -- tqprtm “injiciens se”, Cocceius. -- “Adjungens se”, Montanus; “associans se”, Brightman, Schmidt, Marckius, Michaelis; so Aben Ezra, Jarchi, Joseph Kimchi, & R. Sol.

    Urbin. Ohel. Moed, fol. 19. 1. -- “Raphak, comes fuit; rephik, comes itineris; socius”, Golius, col. 1018, 1019. -- “Deliciis affluens”, V. L. “delicians”, some in Mercerus, so Kimchi. -- Apud Ludolph. Lexic. Ethiopic. p. 341. -- “Omnia vincit amor, et nos cedamus amori”, Virgil. -- “Nostros non rumpit funus amorea”, Lucan. Pharsal. l. 5. v. 761, 762. -- hanq “zelus”, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Cocceius, Marckius. -- “Crudelis amor”, Bucolic. Eclog. 10. v. 29. -- Vid. Barthii Animadv. ad Claudian. de Nutpt. Honor. v. 16. & Laude Stilico, v. 74. So love is said to kindle a more vehement flame than at Vulcan’s forge, Theocrit. Idyll. 2. prope finem. -- hy-tbhlç “flamma Domini”, Montauus, Mercerus; “Dei”, Tigurine version, Cocceius; “Jah”, Vatablus, to Marckius. -- So the Tigurine version, Castalio. -- hb rbdyç “alloquenda est”, V. L. “fiet sermo cum ea”, Pagninus; “in colloquendum”, Tigurine version. -- “Sermo fiet de ea”, Brightman, Mercerus, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Michaelis, so Cocceius. -- So the Targum, Shir Hashirim Rabba, & Jarchi in loc. Bereshit Rabba, s. 39. fol. 34. 1. -- So Ajax is called the wall of the Grecians, Homer. Iliad. 6. v. 5. & 7. v. 211. -- Psk tryj “propugnaculum argenteum”, Tigurine version; “arcem argenteam”, Mercerus; “castellum argenti”, Michaelis. -- “Hoc est, nolite dubitare ultrum murus sum”, Ambros. Enarrat. in Psal. cxviii. octon. 22. p. 1087. -- µwlç eirhnhn , Sept. “pacem”, Pagninus, Montanus, Marckius, Michaelis. -- ˆwmh l[bb “in ea quae habet populos”, V. L. “in domino multitudinis”, Piscator. -- ˆty edwken , Sept. “dedit”, Marckius, Michaelis. -- Shir Hashirim Rabba, & Alshech in loc. R. Abendamae Not. in Miclol Yophi in Psal. lxxii. 20. -- tbçwyh “quae habitas”, V. L. Pagninus, Brightman, Junius & Tremellius, Piscator, Mercerus, Michaelis; “quae sedes”, Cocceius. -- Enarrat. in Psal. lxxii. octon. 22. p. 1068. -- yn[ymçh “in praedica me”, Junius & Tremellius. -- hrb fuge , Sept. “fuge”, V. L, Pagninus, Montanus, & alii. -- “Veloces cervos”, Virgil. Aeneid. l. 5. Vid. Plauti Poenulum, Act. 3.

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