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Sho-shan'nim

E'duth
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Slu'nam-ite

Shi'phi (3)
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Shu'thal-ites (8)
Si'a(1)
Si'a-ka (1) (9)
Si'ba
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Siblinah (0)
Sib'ra-irr (16)
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Si'den
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Si'ha (9)
Si'hon
Si'hor
Sillas
Sil'la (9)
* Sii'o-a
Sillo-as
Sil'c-ah, or

Sillo-am
Sil'o-e (9)
Si-mal-cu'e
Sim'c-on
Sim'e-on-ites (s)

Shu'nem

Shu'ni (3)
Shu'nites (6)
Shu'plam
Shu'plam-ite
Shup'pim
Shur
Shu'shan
Shu'shan E'duth
Shu'the-lah (9)

Si'mon

Sim'ri (3)

as

* Silou. This word, according to the present general rule of pronouncing these words, ought to have the accent on the second syllable, as it is Græcised by Lined; but Milton, who understood its derivation as well as the present race of critics, has given it the antepenultimate accent, more agreeable to the general analogy of accenting English words of the same form:

-Or if Sion hill
Delight thee more, os Siloa’s brook, that flow'd

Fast by the oracle of God.
If criticism ought not to overturn settled usages, surely when that usage is
sanctioned by such a poet as Milton, it ought not to be looked upon as a
licence, but an authority. With respect to the quantity of the first syllable,
analogy requires that, if the accent be on it, it should be short,-(See Rules
prefixed to the Greek and Latin Proper Names, rule (19);

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Suc'coth Be' noth
Su-ca'ath-ites (8)
Sud
Su'di-as
Suk' ki-ims (4)
Sur
Su'sa
Su'san-chites (6)
Su-san'nah (9)
Su'si (3)
Syc'a-mine
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Sy-e'lus (12)
Sy-e'ne
Syn'a-gogue

Si' van

Syn' a-gog

So
So'choh (6) (9)
so'ko
So'coh (9)
So'ko
So' di (3)

Syn'ti-che (4) (6)
Syr'i-a Ma'a-cah
Syr'i-on
Sy-ro-phe-nic'i-a

* Sinai.- If we pronounce this word after the Hebrew, it is three syllables; if after the Greek, Elvą, two only; though it must be confessed that the liberty allowed to poets of increasing the end of a line with one, and sometimes two syllables, renders their authority, in this case, a little equivocal. Labbe adopts the former pronunciation, but general usage seems to prefer the latter ; and if we ale most universally follow the Greek in other cases, why not in this ? Milton adopts the Greek:

Sing, heav'nly muse! that on the secret top
Of Oreb or of Sinai didst inspire
That shepherd-
God, from the mount of Sinai, whose grey top
Shall tremble, he, descending, will himself,
In thunder, lightning, and loud trumpets' sound,
Ordain them Jaws.

Par. 'Lost, b. xii. v. 227. We ought not, indeed, to lay too much stress on the quantity of Milton, which is often so different in the same word; but these are the only two passages in his Paradise Lost where this word is used; and as he has made the same letters a diphthong in Asmadai, it is highly probable he judged that Sinai ought to be pronounced in two syllables. (See Rules prefixed to this Vocabulary, No. 5.)

TA

TE

TI

TA'A-NACH (6)
Ta'a-nach Shi'lo
Tab'ba-oth
Tab'bath
Ta'be-al
Ta'be-el (13)
Ta-bel'li-us
Tab'e-ra (9)

Tab'i.tha
Ta'bor
Tab'ri-mon
Tach'mo-nite
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Ta' han-ites (8)
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Tal'sas
Ta'mah
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Ta'nach (6)
Tan'hu-mcth
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Taph'nes
Ta'phon
Tap'pu-ah (13)
Ta'rah (9)
Tar'a-lah (9)(13)
Ta're-a (9)

Tar' pel-ites (8) Tar'shis Tar'shish Tar-shi'si (3) Tar'sus Tartak Tar'tan Tat'na-i (5) Te'bah (9) Teb-a-li'ah (15) Tebeth Te-haph'ne-hes Te-hin'nah Te'kel Te-ko'a, or

Te-ko'ah Te-ko'ites (8) Tela-bib Te'lah (9) Tel'a-im (16) Te-las' sar Tellem Tel-ha-re'sha Tel-har'sa (9) Tel'me-la (9) Tel'me-lah (9) Te'ma (9) Te'man Tem'a-ni (3) Te'man-ites (8) Tem'e-ni (3)

ras

Tet'rarch (6) Thad-de'us (12) Tha' hash Tha' mah (9) Tham'na-tha Tha'ra (9) Thar'ra (9) Thar'shish Thas' si (3) The'bez The-co'e The-las' ser The-ler'sas The-oc'a-nus The-od'o-tus The-opii'i-luş The Ther'me-leth Thes-sa-lo-ni'ca Theu' das Thim'na-thath This'be Thom'as Tom'as Thom'o-i (3) Thra-se'as Thum'miin Thy-a-ti'ra (9) Tib'bath Ti-be'ri-as Tib'ni (3) Ti'dal Tig'lath Pi-le' ser Tik'vah (9) Tik'vath Ti'lon Ti-me'lus (13) Tim'na (9) Tim'nath (9)

Te'pho

Te'rah (9) Ter'a-phirr Te'resh Ter'ti-us Ter' she-us Ter-tui'lus Te'ta

To'phel
To'phet
To'u

Tim'na-thah

To'ah
Tim'nath He'res To'a-nah
Tim'natlı Serah Tob
'Tim'nite (s) To-bi'ah (15)
Ti-mo'the-us 1o-bi'as (15)
Tim'c-tby, (Eng.) T.' bie, (Eng.)
Tiph'sah (9) To'bi-el (+) (13)
Ti'ras

To-bi'jah (15)
Ti'rath-ites (8) To'bit
Tir' ha-kah (9) To'chen (6)
'Tir' ha-nah

To-gar'mah
Tir'i-a (9)

To'hu Tir'sha-tba

To'i (3) Tirzah (9) To'la (9) Tish'bite

To'lad Ti'van

To'la-ites (8) Ti'za

Tol'ba-nes Ti' zite (s)

Tol'mai (5)

Trach-o-ni'tis (12)
Trip'o-lis
Trolas
Tro-gyl'li-um
Troph'i-mus
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Try-pho'sa (12)
Tu'bal
Tu'bal Ca'in
Tu-bi'e-ni (3)
Ty-be'ri-as
Tych'i-cus
Tyre, one syllable
Ty-ran'nus
Ty'rus

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ZA

ZE

ZE

Za' phon
Za'ra

Zar'e-tan

ZA-A-NA'IM(16) | Za-moth

Ze-bu'da (13)
Za'a-man

Zam-zum'mims Zelbul
Za-a-nan'nim Za-no'ah (9) Zeb'u-lon
Za'a-van

Zaph-nath-pa-a-ne' Zeb'u-lon-ites (8) Za'bad

ah

Zech-a-ri'ah (15) Zab-a-dæ'ans

Ze'dad Zab-a-dai'as (5)

Zed-e-ki'ah (15)
Zab'bai (5.)
Zar'a-ces

Zeeb
Zab'ud
Za'rah

Ze'lah (g)
Zab-de'us (12) Zar-a-i'as (15) Ze'lek
Zab'di (3)
Za're-ah

Ze-lo'phe-ad
Zab' di-el (11) Za're-ath-ites (8) Ze-lotes (13)
Za-bi' na (9) Za'red

Zellzah
Za'bud
Zar' e-phath

Zem-a-ra'im (16) *Zab'u'lon

Zem'a-rite (8) Zac' ca-i (5)

Za'reth Sha'har Ze-mi'ra

Zar' hites (8)
Zach-a-ri'ah (15) Zar'ta-nah

Ze'nas
Za' cher (6)
Zar than

Ze-o'rim (13)
Za'ker
Zath'o-e

Zeph-a-ni'ah (15)
Zac-che'us (12) Za-thu'i (3) (11) Ze' phath
Zak-ke' us

Zanh thu Za' dok Zat'tu

Ze'phi, or Ze'pho
Za'ham
Za'van

Ze phon
Za'ir
Za'za

Zeph'on-ites (8)
Za'laph

Zeb-a-di'ah (15) Zer
Zal'mon
Ze'bah (9)

Ze'rab (9)
Zal-mo'nah (9) Ze-ba'im (13) (16) Zer-a-hi'ah (15)
Zal-mun'nah Zeb'e-dee

Zer-a-i'a (5)
Zam'bis
Ze-bi'na

Ze' rau
Zam'bri (6) Ze-bo'im"(13) Ze'red

Zac'cur

Ze'nan

Zeph'a-thah

* Zabulon.—"Notwithstanding,” says the editor of Labbe, “ this word in

Greek, Zabarwy, has the penultimate long, yet in our churches we always “ hear it pronounced with the acute on the antepenultimate. Those who thus

pronounce it plead that in Hebrew the penultimate vowel is short; but in the word Zorobabel, Zocolásen, they follow a different rule ; for, though the “ penultimate

Hebrew is long, they pronounce it with the antepenultimate

16. accent."

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