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Vii 13 Iud. xiii 5 Ps. xvi (xvii) 14 α'σ' (plur. ) lob xx 15 οι λ' Os. ix 11 [εν γ α σ τ ρ ί ] συλλαμβάνειν ΠΊΠ Is. vii 14 έν γαστρί έ'χειν V)S7 γαυρίαμα Ps. lxxvii (lxxviii) 71 ; ΠΊΠ Is. vii 14 α'θ' (2 ed. ). fiwbv Hab. iii 14 (plur. ). tVy Regn. II i 20 οι λ' Ps. xxvii (xxviii) 7 lix (lx) 8 α'σ' γαυριάν xcv (xcvi) 12 Ier. xv 17 syr. ; ybv Ps. ν 12 ix 3 α'σ' xxiv (xxv) 2. γε vide καίγε. Γέθ rti Ps. lv (lvi) 1 α'σ' Mich, i 10 α'σ'. Deut. i 7 Ps. lxxxviii (lxxxix) 42 α'σ'ε' Pr. xxvii 10 οι λ' γ ε ί τ ω ν ptf Ier.
Viii 11. αναπνοή Gen. ii 7 α'σ'θ' Is. xxxii 1 (22) ·χ· α'σ'θ' lvii 16 α'σ'θ'. 3 Num. xxviii 13 α'σ'θ' Pf. ptc. pass. 3 Ez. xxi 31 (36) Ps. lxxxviii (lxxxix) 47. άνάπτεσθαι 1S73 Exod. iii 2 Is. i 31 α'σ' lxii 1 ; DSJ Ier. xxviii (li) 58 α'σ' ; άνημμέναι ΠΓΗΊ Ier. ) α'σ'. αναπτύσσει f άναρρύεσθαι Pr. xiii 16 α'σ'. hiph. Ps. xxxiii (xxxiv) 5. άνασείειν ΠΙΟ hiph. Regn. I xxvi 19 lob ii 3 Is. xxxvi 18 α'σ' Ier. xiv (xxxviii) 22 syr. j" ανασκαφή ΓΠ3& Gen. xlix 5. άνασκολοπίζειν pass. ptc. p Is. xxxvi 2 α'σ' xl 3.
Xxxii (xxxiii) 11 bis α'σ' xliv (xiv) 18 xlviii (xlix) 12 bis α'σ'ε' ci (cii) 25 bis Is. xxxiv 10 οι γ ' xxxviii 12 α'θ' liii 8 Ier. ) Da. iii 100 (33) bis. γένεσις xnVto γεννάν Ier. xxvi (xlvi) 16 ; plur. nnVifi Gen. ii 4 α'σ'. vide γίγνεσθαι. γεννάν "TV; γεννάσθαι Deut. xxxii 18 Os. ν 7 α'σ'θ' ; hiph. Is. xxxix 7 α'σ'θ'. pass, lb* hoph. Is. ix 6 (5) α'σ'. 47 GREEK-HEBREW INDEX γέν(ν)ημα ΠΗΡΰρ Lev. xxv 22 Ios. ν 12 α'σ' Pr. iii 9 α'σ'θ' χ 16 α'σ'θ' Ier. ii 3 syr. xii 13 syr. ; plur. nnVifi Gen.
An Index to Aquila: Greek-Hebrew, Hebrew-Greek, Latin-Hebrew, with the Syriac and Armenian Evidence by Joseph Reider, Nigel Turner