yitten

yitten

(ˈjɪtən)
adj
dialect Northern English frightened
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In Psalm 20:5, for example, the speaker of the poem tells the king yitten leka kilbabeka we-kol- asateka yemalle() "May he [Yahweh] give you your heart's desire and may he fulfill all your plans" (compare also Gen.
I was re et yitten and shouted,`Does thee want anantwackie thraiping?'Definitions: nimps (easy); powfagged(exhausted);dowly (dull); ennog(back alley); bifter (cigarette); bally (thumb); ockodols (boot-clad feet); dummelhead (slow-wittedperson); yoked (spat); yitten(frightened); antwackie (old-fashioned); thraiping(thrashing).
One may perceive a closure here, formally echoing 8:1: "If only you were ..., no one would scorn me," "If a man gave ..., he would be scorned." The formal similarity is more sharply profiled in Hebrew because of the presence of the verbs yitten and buz in both verses.