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ˀlh vb. na D to deify

D
  1 to deify Syr.

Dt
  1 to be deified Syr. --(a) to behave like God, make of oneself a god Syr.

   LS2: 47[21]. J. Payne-Smith: 17.


ˀlh, ˀlhˀ (ˀĕ/ălāh, ˀĕ/ălāhā) n.m. god

  1 god, God Com. --(a) pagan god(s) Com. --(b) the God of Israel Com. (b.1) in oaths and curses JBA. --(c) ܠܐ ܐܠܗ‏ : godless Syr.

   LS2: 47[21]. DJPA: 59a. DJBA: 133a. Jastrow: 66. Levy Ch-W: 1:29. Drower/Macuch: 18b, 19b, 20a. J. Payne-Smith: 17. Tal Sam: 32. DNWSI: 57.


ˀlh n.f. #2curse, pact

  1 curse, pact OA.

   DNWSI: 60.


)lh#3 N --> )ylh N   Jastrow: 73.
ˀlh, ˀltˀ n.f. #4oak

  1 oak Sam.

   Hebrew.

   Levy Ch-W: 1:29.


ˀlh (ˀēl, ˀílle) pron. these

  1 these OA, , OfA, OfAEast, BA, BA, Nab, Qum, Jud, PTA.

   See also s.v. ˀlyn, and note that within Biblical Aramaic Daniel has only the latter (and later!) form and that this form is essentially not found after the turn of the millennium.

   


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