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  • 1 שק

    שַׂקm. (b. h.) sack, sackcloth. Sifra Shmini, Par. 6, ch. VIII (ref. to Lev. 11:32) מה שק מיוחדוכ׳ as sack, which is specified, is something spun and woven ; Sabb.64a. Sifra l. c. אין לי אלא שק העשויוכ׳ I may think that only sackcloth made of goats hair is meant. Succ.20b; Tosef.Kel.B. Bath.IV, 14 של שק a mat made of sackcloth. Snh.101a התורה חוגרת שקוכ׳ the Torah, girt with sackcloth, stands before the Lord ; a. fr.Pl. שֵׂקִּים, שַׂקִּין. Sabb.62a, v. סַק II; a. e.

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  • 2 שַׂק

    שַׂקm. (b. h.) sack, sackcloth. Sifra Shmini, Par. 6, ch. VIII (ref. to Lev. 11:32) מה שק מיוחדוכ׳ as sack, which is specified, is something spun and woven ; Sabb.64a. Sifra l. c. אין לי אלא שק העשויוכ׳ I may think that only sackcloth made of goats hair is meant. Succ.20b; Tosef.Kel.B. Bath.IV, 14 של שק a mat made of sackcloth. Snh.101a התורה חוגרת שקוכ׳ the Torah, girt with sackcloth, stands before the Lord ; a. fr.Pl. שֵׂקִּים, שַׂקִּין. Sabb.62a, v. סַק II; a. e.

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  • 3 יהדות התורה

    Yahadut Hatorah

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  • 4 נבל ברשות התורה

    acts piously, tries to have it both ways

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  • 5 קריאת-התורה

    reading of the Torah

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  • 6 שלבקת חוגרת

    (Pathology) shingles, herpes zoster, zoster, acute viral disease in adults which is characterized by a painful skin rash on nerve pathways which is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox

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  • 7 אגד I

    אָגַדI (√אג, sec. r. of אוג, v. אוּגְיָא, cmp. אגר, חגר, עקד) 1) to twine around, tie up; to close, forbid. Succ.III, 1; a. fr.Sabb.60a אוֹגֶדֶת בווכ׳ Ar. (ed. אוגרת, Ms. M. חוגרת) she fastens her hair with it.Pes.87a בנות ישראל שאוֹגְדוֹתוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. בחורות … שמגידות, v. Hif.) the maidens in Israel who forbid intimacy to their betrothed. Erub.21b ל״א אוגדות ed. (missing in Ms. M.). 2) (denom. of אֲגוּדָּה) to form a union or faction. Sifré Deut. 294, v. Nif. B. Bath.14a לוחות אוגדות, v. אָגַר a. אָכַל. Nif. נֶאֱגַד to be tied up, united Maasr. I, 5 ירק הנֶ׳ משיֵאָגֵד vegetables ordinarily put up in bunches, are subject to tithes from the time they are tied. Y.Erub.III, 20d top.Sifré Deut. 296 שלא תאגוד עליך אגודה (read תֵּאָגֵד) no alliance (of the surrounding nations) shall be formed against thee. Hif. הֶאֱגִיד, contr. הֵיגִיד, part. מֵיגִיד, מֵגִיד to tie up, fence in, forbid. Erub.21b; Pes.87a Ms. M. (play on מגדים Cant. 7:14) שמֵגִידוֹתוכ׳ who forbid, v. supra (Rashi: שמַגִּידוֹת, v. נגד, who announce their menstruation); v. אָגַד II.

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  • 8 אָגַד

    אָגַדI (√אג, sec. r. of אוג, v. אוּגְיָא, cmp. אגר, חגר, עקד) 1) to twine around, tie up; to close, forbid. Succ.III, 1; a. fr.Sabb.60a אוֹגֶדֶת בווכ׳ Ar. (ed. אוגרת, Ms. M. חוגרת) she fastens her hair with it.Pes.87a בנות ישראל שאוֹגְדוֹתוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. בחורות … שמגידות, v. Hif.) the maidens in Israel who forbid intimacy to their betrothed. Erub.21b ל״א אוגדות ed. (missing in Ms. M.). 2) (denom. of אֲגוּדָּה) to form a union or faction. Sifré Deut. 294, v. Nif. B. Bath.14a לוחות אוגדות, v. אָגַר a. אָכַל. Nif. נֶאֱגַד to be tied up, united Maasr. I, 5 ירק הנֶ׳ משיֵאָגֵד vegetables ordinarily put up in bunches, are subject to tithes from the time they are tied. Y.Erub.III, 20d top.Sifré Deut. 296 שלא תאגוד עליך אגודה (read תֵּאָגֵד) no alliance (of the surrounding nations) shall be formed against thee. Hif. הֶאֱגִיד, contr. הֵיגִיד, part. מֵיגִיד, מֵגִיד to tie up, fence in, forbid. Erub.21b; Pes.87a Ms. M. (play on מגדים Cant. 7:14) שמֵגִידוֹתוכ׳ who forbid, v. supra (Rashi: שמַגִּידוֹת, v. נגד, who announce their menstruation); v. אָגַד II.

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  • 9 אורייא

    אֹורָיָיא(אֹורַיְיתָא) אֹורָיָיתָא, (אֹורְיָא, אֹורַיְתָא, אֹורְיָה) f ( ירי, Af. אֹורִי = h. תֹּורָה) 1) instruction, the Law, Bible-verse. Targ. Lev. 6:7; a. fr.מילה דא׳ (= דברי הורה) religious discourse, lesson, remarks Y.B. Bath.VIII, 16a אורייא; Y.Taan.III, 66c bot. ייתא …Y.Snh.I, 18c אפלגינון במילי דא׳ he entertained them with religious discussions. Y.Hor.III, beg.47a עתיד לך מילה דא׳ be prepared for a religious discourse. Y.Shek.III, 47c top מאי א׳ חדתא שמעתִ what novel interpretation hast thou heard? Y.Yeb.II, 4a top מן הדא אורייה from what verse?Taan.4a ליה א׳ … מרתח׳ it is the zeal of study that makes him warm (excited). Kid. 71b אורייתין כשר׳ my instruction is acceptable, but my daughters are not desired. Sabb.116b א׳ דמשה the Mosaic dispensation (opp. א׳ אחריתי the new dispensation, v. אָוֶון).דְּאֹורַיְיתָא (sub. הלכה = h. התורה מן) an enactment founded on the Bible text, opp. דרבנן. Succ.44a לולב דא׳ Lulab, the law concerning which is Biblical ; a. fr.מִדְּאֹורַיְיתָא, adv. biblically, according to the Biblical law, opp. מדרבנן. Pes.10a; a. fr. 2) the Torah, the scroll containing the Pentateuch, used at divine service. Y.Yoma VII, 44b top כד היא חדא אוריא when you have no more than one scroll. Y.Meg.IV, 75b bot.; Y.Sot.VII, end, 22a כד חזרא אורייה (corr. as Y. Yoma l. c.). Ib. תמן מייבלין אתאוכ׳ there (in Babylon) the Torah is carried to the Resh Galutha. בר אוריא a scholar, man of learning. Yoma 78a. Ḥag.14a אריא (corr. acc.); v. next w.

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  • 10 אֹורָיָיא

    אֹורָיָיא(אֹורַיְיתָא) אֹורָיָיתָא, (אֹורְיָא, אֹורַיְתָא, אֹורְיָה) f ( ירי, Af. אֹורִי = h. תֹּורָה) 1) instruction, the Law, Bible-verse. Targ. Lev. 6:7; a. fr.מילה דא׳ (= דברי הורה) religious discourse, lesson, remarks Y.B. Bath.VIII, 16a אורייא; Y.Taan.III, 66c bot. ייתא …Y.Snh.I, 18c אפלגינון במילי דא׳ he entertained them with religious discussions. Y.Hor.III, beg.47a עתיד לך מילה דא׳ be prepared for a religious discourse. Y.Shek.III, 47c top מאי א׳ חדתא שמעתִ what novel interpretation hast thou heard? Y.Yeb.II, 4a top מן הדא אורייה from what verse?Taan.4a ליה א׳ … מרתח׳ it is the zeal of study that makes him warm (excited). Kid. 71b אורייתין כשר׳ my instruction is acceptable, but my daughters are not desired. Sabb.116b א׳ דמשה the Mosaic dispensation (opp. א׳ אחריתי the new dispensation, v. אָוֶון).דְּאֹורַיְיתָא (sub. הלכה = h. התורה מן) an enactment founded on the Bible text, opp. דרבנן. Succ.44a לולב דא׳ Lulab, the law concerning which is Biblical ; a. fr.מִדְּאֹורַיְיתָא, adv. biblically, according to the Biblical law, opp. מדרבנן. Pes.10a; a. fr. 2) the Torah, the scroll containing the Pentateuch, used at divine service. Y.Yoma VII, 44b top כד היא חדא אוריא when you have no more than one scroll. Y.Meg.IV, 75b bot.; Y.Sot.VII, end, 22a כד חזרא אורייה (corr. as Y. Yoma l. c.). Ib. תמן מייבלין אתאוכ׳ there (in Babylon) the Torah is carried to the Resh Galutha. בר אוריא a scholar, man of learning. Yoma 78a. Ḥag.14a אריא (corr. acc.); v. next w.

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  • 11 ברכה

    בְּרָכָהf. (b. h.; ברך) 1) blessing, bestowal of prosperity, good wishes, choice, plenty. Keth.5a הואיל … ב׳ לדגים because on it the blessing was given to the fish (Gen. 1:22, to be fruitful). Y. ib. I, beg.24d אין כתיב ב׳וכ׳ the blessing (Gen. 2:3) refers not to man but to the day.Erub.63b, a. fr. תבא עליו ב׳ blessing rest upon him (he acts rightly). Keth.103a; B. Bath. 144b בִּרְכַת הבית ברובה the blessing of a house consists in the number of inmates (every member of a household contributes to its comfort); Tosef.Keth.XII, 3 ב׳ הבית מרובה. B. Mets.42a אין הב׳ מצוייהוכ׳ blessing (unexpected supply, miraculous increase) will not take place in things which are weighed ; Taan.8b; a. fr.Pes.50b, a. fr. אינו רואה סימן ב׳ לעולם will never see a sign of prosperity; a. fr. 2) benediction, prayer to be recited on certain occasions. Ber.35a man must not taste anything בלא ב׳ without a blessing. Ib. 40b כל ב׳ שאיןוכ׳ a benediction in which the Name of the Lord is not invoked, is no benediction; a. fr.Pl. בְּרָכוֹת. 1) blessings, benedictions. Ib. 45b; a. v. fr.Sabb.115b כותבי ב׳ those who write out the formulas of prayer. 2) Brakhoth, the first treatise of the Mishnah, Talmud, a. Tosefta.Compounds: בִּרְכַת אבלים the prayer for consolation inserted in the mourners grace after meal. Keth.8b; a. fr.ב׳ ארוסין benediction preceding betrothal, v. אֵרוּסִין Ib. 7b.ב׳ הארץ that portion of the grace after meal which refers to Palestine. Ib. 8b.ב׳ הזבח the benediction before partaking of the festive offering (חֲגִיגָה) which accompanies the Paschal lamb. Pes.X, 9 (120a).ב׳ הזימון the appeal to the partakers of a meal to say grace, common prayer. Ber.45b.ב׳ חתנים benediction on performing the marriage ceremony, also inserted in the grace after wedding meals during seven days. Keth.8b.ב׳ כהנים the priestly benediction (Num. 6:24–26). Sot.VII, 6.ב׳ המזון grace after meal. Keth. l. c.ב׳ המצוות benediction on performing a divine command (of a symbolic nature). Ib. 7b.ב׳ רחבה benediction of consolation pronounced in open air on the mourners return from burial (v. הַבְרָאָה). Ib. 8b.ב׳ התורה benediction before and after reading the Law. Y.Ber.I, 3c.(For other compounds see the respective determinants. 3) blasphemy. בִּרְכַת השם. Snh.56a sq.; (Tosef.Ab. Zar. VIII (IX), 4 קיללת).

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  • 12 בְּרָכָה

    בְּרָכָהf. (b. h.; ברך) 1) blessing, bestowal of prosperity, good wishes, choice, plenty. Keth.5a הואיל … ב׳ לדגים because on it the blessing was given to the fish (Gen. 1:22, to be fruitful). Y. ib. I, beg.24d אין כתיב ב׳וכ׳ the blessing (Gen. 2:3) refers not to man but to the day.Erub.63b, a. fr. תבא עליו ב׳ blessing rest upon him (he acts rightly). Keth.103a; B. Bath. 144b בִּרְכַת הבית ברובה the blessing of a house consists in the number of inmates (every member of a household contributes to its comfort); Tosef.Keth.XII, 3 ב׳ הבית מרובה. B. Mets.42a אין הב׳ מצוייהוכ׳ blessing (unexpected supply, miraculous increase) will not take place in things which are weighed ; Taan.8b; a. fr.Pes.50b, a. fr. אינו רואה סימן ב׳ לעולם will never see a sign of prosperity; a. fr. 2) benediction, prayer to be recited on certain occasions. Ber.35a man must not taste anything בלא ב׳ without a blessing. Ib. 40b כל ב׳ שאיןוכ׳ a benediction in which the Name of the Lord is not invoked, is no benediction; a. fr.Pl. בְּרָכוֹת. 1) blessings, benedictions. Ib. 45b; a. v. fr.Sabb.115b כותבי ב׳ those who write out the formulas of prayer. 2) Brakhoth, the first treatise of the Mishnah, Talmud, a. Tosefta.Compounds: בִּרְכַת אבלים the prayer for consolation inserted in the mourners grace after meal. Keth.8b; a. fr.ב׳ ארוסין benediction preceding betrothal, v. אֵרוּסִין Ib. 7b.ב׳ הארץ that portion of the grace after meal which refers to Palestine. Ib. 8b.ב׳ הזבח the benediction before partaking of the festive offering (חֲגִיגָה) which accompanies the Paschal lamb. Pes.X, 9 (120a).ב׳ הזימון the appeal to the partakers of a meal to say grace, common prayer. Ber.45b.ב׳ חתנים benediction on performing the marriage ceremony, also inserted in the grace after wedding meals during seven days. Keth.8b.ב׳ כהנים the priestly benediction (Num. 6:24–26). Sot.VII, 6.ב׳ המזון grace after meal. Keth. l. c.ב׳ המצוות benediction on performing a divine command (of a symbolic nature). Ib. 7b.ב׳ רחבה benediction of consolation pronounced in open air on the mourners return from burial (v. הַבְרָאָה). Ib. 8b.ב׳ התורה benediction before and after reading the Law. Y.Ber.I, 3c.(For other compounds see the respective determinants. 3) blasphemy. בִּרְכַת השם. Snh.56a sq.; (Tosef.Ab. Zar. VIII (IX), 4 קיללת).

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  • 13 דרךְ

    דֶּרֶךְc. (b. h.; preced.) way, road; method, manner. Kidd.2b ד׳ לשוןוכ׳ derekh is feminine gender Ib. דַרְכּוֹ של אישוכ׳ it is mans way to carry war, and not womans.Y.Ned.I, beg.36c, a. e. התורה דיברה כדַרְכָּהּ, v. לָשוֹן. Succ.II, 1 לפי דַרְכֵּינוּ by our way (incidentally). Ab. Zar.15b כד׳ שאסור … כךוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. כד׳ שאמרו אסור) on the same principle that ; a. v. fr.דֶּ׳ אֶרֶץ (abbrev. ד׳׳א) the way of the land, a) good manners; b) secular occupation, trade; c) (euphem.) sexual connection. Ab. II, 2 study עם ד׳׳א combined with a trade. Tosef.Sot.VII, 20 לימדה … ד׳׳אוכ׳ the Torah teaches incidentally the proper conduct that one must first build a house Gitt.70a bot. ד׳ וד׳׳אוכ׳ travelling, marital connection Gen. R. s. 18, end. Ib. s. 22, beg.Ib. s. 80 כדַרְכָּהּ natural gratification of sexual appetite, שלא כד׳ unnatural. Ib. s. 18, end; a. fr.Snh.31b העביר עלי את הד׳ mutilated me (oth. interpret.: wronged me in business).Pl. דְּרָכִים. Kidd.I, 1. R. Hash. 17a פירשו מדַּרְכֵי ציבור they deviated from the ways of the community, became heretics. דרכי אמורי, v. אֱמֹורִי. דרכי שלום ways of peace (ref. to Prov. 3:17); מפני ד׳ ש׳ because the ways of the Law are ways of peace (differ. fr. משים איבה, v. אֵיבָה), i. e. it is a demand of equity, good manners, though no special law can be quoted for it. Gitt.V, 8 sq.; a. fr.(ד׳׳א) דרך ארץ Derekh Erets (Manners), name of a treatise attached to Talmud editions, divided into Rabba (Large), and Zuta (Small).

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  • 14 דֶּרֶךְ

    דֶּרֶךְc. (b. h.; preced.) way, road; method, manner. Kidd.2b ד׳ לשוןוכ׳ derekh is feminine gender Ib. דַרְכּוֹ של אישוכ׳ it is mans way to carry war, and not womans.Y.Ned.I, beg.36c, a. e. התורה דיברה כדַרְכָּהּ, v. לָשוֹן. Succ.II, 1 לפי דַרְכֵּינוּ by our way (incidentally). Ab. Zar.15b כד׳ שאסור … כךוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. כד׳ שאמרו אסור) on the same principle that ; a. v. fr.דֶּ׳ אֶרֶץ (abbrev. ד׳׳א) the way of the land, a) good manners; b) secular occupation, trade; c) (euphem.) sexual connection. Ab. II, 2 study עם ד׳׳א combined with a trade. Tosef.Sot.VII, 20 לימדה … ד׳׳אוכ׳ the Torah teaches incidentally the proper conduct that one must first build a house Gitt.70a bot. ד׳ וד׳׳אוכ׳ travelling, marital connection Gen. R. s. 18, end. Ib. s. 22, beg.Ib. s. 80 כדַרְכָּהּ natural gratification of sexual appetite, שלא כד׳ unnatural. Ib. s. 18, end; a. fr.Snh.31b העביר עלי את הד׳ mutilated me (oth. interpret.: wronged me in business).Pl. דְּרָכִים. Kidd.I, 1. R. Hash. 17a פירשו מדַּרְכֵי ציבור they deviated from the ways of the community, became heretics. דרכי אמורי, v. אֱמֹורִי. דרכי שלום ways of peace (ref. to Prov. 3:17); מפני ד׳ ש׳ because the ways of the Law are ways of peace (differ. fr. משים איבה, v. אֵיבָה), i. e. it is a demand of equity, good manners, though no special law can be quoted for it. Gitt.V, 8 sq.; a. fr.(ד׳׳א) דרך ארץ Derekh Erets (Manners), name of a treatise attached to Talmud editions, divided into Rabba (Large), and Zuta (Small).

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  • 15 המן

    הָמָןpr. n. m. (b. h.) Haman. Snh.61a נעבד כה׳ worshipped as H. wanted to be. Ḥull.139b ה׳ מן התורה מנין where is Haman alluded to in the Pentateuch?Meg.10b ה׳ הרשע; a. fr.

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  • 16 הָמָן

    הָמָןpr. n. m. (b. h.) Haman. Snh.61a נעבד כה׳ worshipped as H. wanted to be. Ḥull.139b ה׳ מן התורה מנין where is Haman alluded to in the Pentateuch?Meg.10b ה׳ הרשע; a. fr.

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  • 17 ותר

    וָתַר, וָותַר(v. יָתַר) to be plentiful. Y.Succ.V, 55c (ref. to Jer. 2:13) הא וָותְרוּ לאלף (not וותרה) were they not numerous up to a thousand?; Cant. R. to I, 6 הא וותרו למאד (read: למֵאָה). Pi. וִיתֵּר 1) to do more than justice requires, to be liberal; to forego ones rights. Y.Ned.I, beg.39a if they had agreed על מנת לוַותֵּר to yield their rights (to allow each other the use of the entire court). B. Bath. 126a בכור … ו׳ if a first-born accepted an equal share (of a field) with his brothers, he has renounced his privilege; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b חזקה וייתר (read: וִויתֵּר). Ib. וִיתֵּירָה (= וִיתְּרָה). B. Kam.9a ו׳ he has renounced his rights (cannot resort to his co-heirs for redress). Ruth R. to I, 8 שוִיתְּרוּ להוכ׳ they relinquished their claim on her ; a. fr. 2) to be indulgent, forgive. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c ו׳הקב״ה עלוכ׳ the Lord overlooked Israels idolatry, but did not ; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2). Y.Sot.V, end, 20d שהיה מְוַותֵּר על קללתו he pardoned those who cursed him. Deut. R. s. 9 נְוַותֵּר לו עוד יוםוכ׳ (not עד) let us give him a respite of one day or two.Num. R. s. 21 לא יהא אדם מוותר על התורה man must not be more liberal than the Law; a. fr.Snh.XI, 5 (89a) המוו׳ על דברי נביא he who disobeys a prophet from mere soft-heartedness (v. 1 Kings 20:35, sq.). 3) to give additional space to a plant by removing surrounding plants, to make open space. Y.Shebi.II, 33d top מְוַותְּרִין בגפנים you may clear (in the Sabbatical year) between the grape vines; ib. מקום שנהגו לוותרוכ׳ where it is customary to clear before the festive month; Tosef. ib. I, 7 מְוַתְּרִין; ib. להתיר ed. Zuck. (read: לוַותֵּיר). Nif. הִוָּותֵר (v. נָתַר) 1) to be let loose, set free. Midr. Ptirath Mosheh אֶוָּותֵר (Jellinek Beth-ham-Midrash I, 125; v. Lattes Saggio 107). 2) to be outlawed, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְוַתַּר, Nithpa. נִתְוַתֵּר (v. נָתַר) 1) to become loose (of bowels). 2) to be declared free, be outlawed. Cant. R. to III, 4 נִתְוַתְּרוּ מעיווכ׳ (Yalk. Is. 288 נתרזו בני מ׳) his bowels were loose that whole night. B. Kam.50a bot. יִתְוַותְּרוּ חייו Ms. M. (ed. יִוָּתְרוּ, Nif., v. supra) his life shall be let loose i. e. shall be outlawed; Ar. ed. Koh. יִתְיַתְּרוּן מעיו וחייו (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 יתותרון בני מעיו his bowels, v. next w.; Yalk. Ps. 648 יִוָּתְרוּ חייו his life be outlawed.

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  • 18 וותר

    וָתַר, וָותַר(v. יָתַר) to be plentiful. Y.Succ.V, 55c (ref. to Jer. 2:13) הא וָותְרוּ לאלף (not וותרה) were they not numerous up to a thousand?; Cant. R. to I, 6 הא וותרו למאד (read: למֵאָה). Pi. וִיתֵּר 1) to do more than justice requires, to be liberal; to forego ones rights. Y.Ned.I, beg.39a if they had agreed על מנת לוַותֵּר to yield their rights (to allow each other the use of the entire court). B. Bath. 126a בכור … ו׳ if a first-born accepted an equal share (of a field) with his brothers, he has renounced his privilege; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b חזקה וייתר (read: וִויתֵּר). Ib. וִיתֵּירָה (= וִיתְּרָה). B. Kam.9a ו׳ he has renounced his rights (cannot resort to his co-heirs for redress). Ruth R. to I, 8 שוִיתְּרוּ להוכ׳ they relinquished their claim on her ; a. fr. 2) to be indulgent, forgive. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c ו׳הקב״ה עלוכ׳ the Lord overlooked Israels idolatry, but did not ; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2). Y.Sot.V, end, 20d שהיה מְוַותֵּר על קללתו he pardoned those who cursed him. Deut. R. s. 9 נְוַותֵּר לו עוד יוםוכ׳ (not עד) let us give him a respite of one day or two.Num. R. s. 21 לא יהא אדם מוותר על התורה man must not be more liberal than the Law; a. fr.Snh.XI, 5 (89a) המוו׳ על דברי נביא he who disobeys a prophet from mere soft-heartedness (v. 1 Kings 20:35, sq.). 3) to give additional space to a plant by removing surrounding plants, to make open space. Y.Shebi.II, 33d top מְוַותְּרִין בגפנים you may clear (in the Sabbatical year) between the grape vines; ib. מקום שנהגו לוותרוכ׳ where it is customary to clear before the festive month; Tosef. ib. I, 7 מְוַתְּרִין; ib. להתיר ed. Zuck. (read: לוַותֵּיר). Nif. הִוָּותֵר (v. נָתַר) 1) to be let loose, set free. Midr. Ptirath Mosheh אֶוָּותֵר (Jellinek Beth-ham-Midrash I, 125; v. Lattes Saggio 107). 2) to be outlawed, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְוַתַּר, Nithpa. נִתְוַתֵּר (v. נָתַר) 1) to become loose (of bowels). 2) to be declared free, be outlawed. Cant. R. to III, 4 נִתְוַתְּרוּ מעיווכ׳ (Yalk. Is. 288 נתרזו בני מ׳) his bowels were loose that whole night. B. Kam.50a bot. יִתְוַותְּרוּ חייו Ms. M. (ed. יִוָּתְרוּ, Nif., v. supra) his life shall be let loose i. e. shall be outlawed; Ar. ed. Koh. יִתְיַתְּרוּן מעיו וחייו (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 יתותרון בני מעיו his bowels, v. next w.; Yalk. Ps. 648 יִוָּתְרוּ חייו his life be outlawed.

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  • 19 וָתַר

    וָתַר, וָותַר(v. יָתַר) to be plentiful. Y.Succ.V, 55c (ref. to Jer. 2:13) הא וָותְרוּ לאלף (not וותרה) were they not numerous up to a thousand?; Cant. R. to I, 6 הא וותרו למאד (read: למֵאָה). Pi. וִיתֵּר 1) to do more than justice requires, to be liberal; to forego ones rights. Y.Ned.I, beg.39a if they had agreed על מנת לוַותֵּר to yield their rights (to allow each other the use of the entire court). B. Bath. 126a בכור … ו׳ if a first-born accepted an equal share (of a field) with his brothers, he has renounced his privilege; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b חזקה וייתר (read: וִויתֵּר). Ib. וִיתֵּירָה (= וִיתְּרָה). B. Kam.9a ו׳ he has renounced his rights (cannot resort to his co-heirs for redress). Ruth R. to I, 8 שוִיתְּרוּ להוכ׳ they relinquished their claim on her ; a. fr. 2) to be indulgent, forgive. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c ו׳הקב״ה עלוכ׳ the Lord overlooked Israels idolatry, but did not ; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2). Y.Sot.V, end, 20d שהיה מְוַותֵּר על קללתו he pardoned those who cursed him. Deut. R. s. 9 נְוַותֵּר לו עוד יוםוכ׳ (not עד) let us give him a respite of one day or two.Num. R. s. 21 לא יהא אדם מוותר על התורה man must not be more liberal than the Law; a. fr.Snh.XI, 5 (89a) המוו׳ על דברי נביא he who disobeys a prophet from mere soft-heartedness (v. 1 Kings 20:35, sq.). 3) to give additional space to a plant by removing surrounding plants, to make open space. Y.Shebi.II, 33d top מְוַותְּרִין בגפנים you may clear (in the Sabbatical year) between the grape vines; ib. מקום שנהגו לוותרוכ׳ where it is customary to clear before the festive month; Tosef. ib. I, 7 מְוַתְּרִין; ib. להתיר ed. Zuck. (read: לוַותֵּיר). Nif. הִוָּותֵר (v. נָתַר) 1) to be let loose, set free. Midr. Ptirath Mosheh אֶוָּותֵר (Jellinek Beth-ham-Midrash I, 125; v. Lattes Saggio 107). 2) to be outlawed, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְוַתַּר, Nithpa. נִתְוַתֵּר (v. נָתַר) 1) to become loose (of bowels). 2) to be declared free, be outlawed. Cant. R. to III, 4 נִתְוַתְּרוּ מעיווכ׳ (Yalk. Is. 288 נתרזו בני מ׳) his bowels were loose that whole night. B. Kam.50a bot. יִתְוַותְּרוּ חייו Ms. M. (ed. יִוָּתְרוּ, Nif., v. supra) his life shall be let loose i. e. shall be outlawed; Ar. ed. Koh. יִתְיַתְּרוּן מעיו וחייו (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 יתותרון בני מעיו his bowels, v. next w.; Yalk. Ps. 648 יִוָּתְרוּ חייו his life be outlawed.

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  • 20 וָותַר

    וָתַר, וָותַר(v. יָתַר) to be plentiful. Y.Succ.V, 55c (ref. to Jer. 2:13) הא וָותְרוּ לאלף (not וותרה) were they not numerous up to a thousand?; Cant. R. to I, 6 הא וותרו למאד (read: למֵאָה). Pi. וִיתֵּר 1) to do more than justice requires, to be liberal; to forego ones rights. Y.Ned.I, beg.39a if they had agreed על מנת לוַותֵּר to yield their rights (to allow each other the use of the entire court). B. Bath. 126a בכור … ו׳ if a first-born accepted an equal share (of a field) with his brothers, he has renounced his privilege; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b חזקה וייתר (read: וִויתֵּר). Ib. וִיתֵּירָה (= וִיתְּרָה). B. Kam.9a ו׳ he has renounced his rights (cannot resort to his co-heirs for redress). Ruth R. to I, 8 שוִיתְּרוּ להוכ׳ they relinquished their claim on her ; a. fr. 2) to be indulgent, forgive. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c ו׳הקב״ה עלוכ׳ the Lord overlooked Israels idolatry, but did not ; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2). Y.Sot.V, end, 20d שהיה מְוַותֵּר על קללתו he pardoned those who cursed him. Deut. R. s. 9 נְוַותֵּר לו עוד יוםוכ׳ (not עד) let us give him a respite of one day or two.Num. R. s. 21 לא יהא אדם מוותר על התורה man must not be more liberal than the Law; a. fr.Snh.XI, 5 (89a) המוו׳ על דברי נביא he who disobeys a prophet from mere soft-heartedness (v. 1 Kings 20:35, sq.). 3) to give additional space to a plant by removing surrounding plants, to make open space. Y.Shebi.II, 33d top מְוַותְּרִין בגפנים you may clear (in the Sabbatical year) between the grape vines; ib. מקום שנהגו לוותרוכ׳ where it is customary to clear before the festive month; Tosef. ib. I, 7 מְוַתְּרִין; ib. להתיר ed. Zuck. (read: לוַותֵּיר). Nif. הִוָּותֵר (v. נָתַר) 1) to be let loose, set free. Midr. Ptirath Mosheh אֶוָּותֵר (Jellinek Beth-ham-Midrash I, 125; v. Lattes Saggio 107). 2) to be outlawed, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְוַתַּר, Nithpa. נִתְוַתֵּר (v. נָתַר) 1) to become loose (of bowels). 2) to be declared free, be outlawed. Cant. R. to III, 4 נִתְוַתְּרוּ מעיווכ׳ (Yalk. Is. 288 נתרזו בני מ׳) his bowels were loose that whole night. B. Kam.50a bot. יִתְוַותְּרוּ חייו Ms. M. (ed. יִוָּתְרוּ, Nif., v. supra) his life shall be let loose i. e. shall be outlawed; Ar. ed. Koh. יִתְיַתְּרוּן מעיו וחייו (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 יתותרון בני מעיו his bowels, v. next w.; Yalk. Ps. 648 יִוָּתְרוּ חייו his life be outlawed.

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