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  • 1 סיחה

    סִיחָה, שִׂיחָהf. (b. h. שִׂ׳; סוּחַ) talk, conversation. B. Bath.78b ואמאי קרי ליה סיח שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה and why do they call a young ass sayyaḥ? Because it follows a persuasive talk (of its driver, whereas the old ass must be struck). Ib. (play on עיר סיחון, Num. 21:27) אם משים … כְּעַיִר שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה if a man makes himself like (is as obedient as) the young ass that follows Ib. (play on ער ib. 28) זה המהלך אחר יצרו … ס׳ נאה that is he who follows his evil inclination as the young ass follows Snh.94a (play on ס̇נח̇ר̇י̇ב̇) שסִיֹחָתוֹ ר̇י̇ב̇ whose talk is strife. Kidd.71b כל שסיחתו בבבל he whose conversation shows that he is a Babylonian. Ḥag.5b (ref. to Am. 4:13) אפי׳ ש׳ יתירהוכ׳ even superfluous talk between husband and wife is brought up against man in his hour of death; Lev. R. s. 26 אפי׳ ש׳ קלה שאדם משיחוכ׳ even frivolous talk Succ.28a שִׂיחַת חולין profane (secular) Yalk. Yalk. Num. 764 שיחת כנענים the language of the Canaanites; a. fr.Pl. סִיחֹות, שִׂ׳. Y.Gitt.IX, end, 50d (ש׳) ס׳ בני אדם משיחין when people talk what people say (i. e. when you can trace the rumor; v. Bab. ib. 89a); a. e.

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  • 2 שיחה

    סִיחָה, שִׂיחָהf. (b. h. שִׂ׳; סוּחַ) talk, conversation. B. Bath.78b ואמאי קרי ליה סיח שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה and why do they call a young ass sayyaḥ? Because it follows a persuasive talk (of its driver, whereas the old ass must be struck). Ib. (play on עיר סיחון, Num. 21:27) אם משים … כְּעַיִר שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה if a man makes himself like (is as obedient as) the young ass that follows Ib. (play on ער ib. 28) זה המהלך אחר יצרו … ס׳ נאה that is he who follows his evil inclination as the young ass follows Snh.94a (play on ס̇נח̇ר̇י̇ב̇) שסִיֹחָתוֹ ר̇י̇ב̇ whose talk is strife. Kidd.71b כל שסיחתו בבבל he whose conversation shows that he is a Babylonian. Ḥag.5b (ref. to Am. 4:13) אפי׳ ש׳ יתירהוכ׳ even superfluous talk between husband and wife is brought up against man in his hour of death; Lev. R. s. 26 אפי׳ ש׳ קלה שאדם משיחוכ׳ even frivolous talk Succ.28a שִׂיחַת חולין profane (secular) Yalk. Yalk. Num. 764 שיחת כנענים the language of the Canaanites; a. fr.Pl. סִיחֹות, שִׂ׳. Y.Gitt.IX, end, 50d (ש׳) ס׳ בני אדם משיחין when people talk what people say (i. e. when you can trace the rumor; v. Bab. ib. 89a); a. e.

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  • 3 סִיחָה

    סִיחָה, שִׂיחָהf. (b. h. שִׂ׳; סוּחַ) talk, conversation. B. Bath.78b ואמאי קרי ליה סיח שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה and why do they call a young ass sayyaḥ? Because it follows a persuasive talk (of its driver, whereas the old ass must be struck). Ib. (play on עיר סיחון, Num. 21:27) אם משים … כְּעַיִר שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה if a man makes himself like (is as obedient as) the young ass that follows Ib. (play on ער ib. 28) זה המהלך אחר יצרו … ס׳ נאה that is he who follows his evil inclination as the young ass follows Snh.94a (play on ס̇נח̇ר̇י̇ב̇) שסִיֹחָתוֹ ר̇י̇ב̇ whose talk is strife. Kidd.71b כל שסיחתו בבבל he whose conversation shows that he is a Babylonian. Ḥag.5b (ref. to Am. 4:13) אפי׳ ש׳ יתירהוכ׳ even superfluous talk between husband and wife is brought up against man in his hour of death; Lev. R. s. 26 אפי׳ ש׳ קלה שאדם משיחוכ׳ even frivolous talk Succ.28a שִׂיחַת חולין profane (secular) Yalk. Yalk. Num. 764 שיחת כנענים the language of the Canaanites; a. fr.Pl. סִיחֹות, שִׂ׳. Y.Gitt.IX, end, 50d (ש׳) ס׳ בני אדם משיחין when people talk what people say (i. e. when you can trace the rumor; v. Bab. ib. 89a); a. e.

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  • 4 שִׂיחָה

    סִיחָה, שִׂיחָהf. (b. h. שִׂ׳; סוּחַ) talk, conversation. B. Bath.78b ואמאי קרי ליה סיח שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה and why do they call a young ass sayyaḥ? Because it follows a persuasive talk (of its driver, whereas the old ass must be struck). Ib. (play on עיר סיחון, Num. 21:27) אם משים … כְּעַיִר שמהלך אחר ס׳ נאה if a man makes himself like (is as obedient as) the young ass that follows Ib. (play on ער ib. 28) זה המהלך אחר יצרו … ס׳ נאה that is he who follows his evil inclination as the young ass follows Snh.94a (play on ס̇נח̇ר̇י̇ב̇) שסִיֹחָתוֹ ר̇י̇ב̇ whose talk is strife. Kidd.71b כל שסיחתו בבבל he whose conversation shows that he is a Babylonian. Ḥag.5b (ref. to Am. 4:13) אפי׳ ש׳ יתירהוכ׳ even superfluous talk between husband and wife is brought up against man in his hour of death; Lev. R. s. 26 אפי׳ ש׳ קלה שאדם משיחוכ׳ even frivolous talk Succ.28a שִׂיחַת חולין profane (secular) Yalk. Yalk. Num. 764 שיחת כנענים the language of the Canaanites; a. fr.Pl. סִיחֹות, שִׂ׳. Y.Gitt.IX, end, 50d (ש׳) ס׳ בני אדם משיחין when people talk what people say (i. e. when you can trace the rumor; v. Bab. ib. 89a); a. e.

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  • 5 אנפרות

    אַנְפָּרוּתf. ( פרר or נפרפר) a break, division, whence 1) the purchase of an odd object, of one of a pair. Sabb.80b (ref. to אַנְדִּיפָא q. v.) וכי אדם עושה מעותיו א׳ will a man buy a half of a thing (as a cosmetic for one temple)? 2) partial payments, an agreement (invalid according to Jewish law) of term payments with the condition of forfeiture on missing one term (v. אַסְמַכְתָּא), esp. such an agreement forced upon a Jew by a gentile ( Roman) individual or authority. Gitt.44a (v. אָנַס) אם בא׳ if his crop was seized in consequence of an anparuth, he is exempt from paying the tithes (of his produces, since he is the loser, whereas if distrained for a real debt, he enjoys the legal benefit of being released of a debt, and therefore must pay the tithes, as if he had sold the crop). Y.Keth.X, end, 34a בארנונהוכ׳ with reference to annona, capitation tax and forfeiture. Gitt.58b הבא מחמת חוב ומחמת א׳וכ׳ if a gentile (Roman) obtained possession of a Jews property in consequence of seizure for a debt or of forfeiture and subsequently sold it to a Jew, the Sicarion law finds no application (and the property must, without any indemnity, be restored to its original owner; v. סִיקְרִיקֹון); וא׳ עצמהוכ׳ and the property seized for forfeiture must have been in the possession of the gentile for twelve months (during which the Jew might have had a chance to reclaim it as illegally seized; v., however, the objection, and subsequent emendation of סיקריקין for א׳, ibid.). Ib. אין א׳ בבבל in Babylon (under the Persian government) there is no anparuth, (which is interpreted) אין דין א׳וכ׳ the laws concerning the purchase by a Jew of property which a gentile had seized for forfeiture find no application in the well regulated Persian state because the owner might have gone to court, if he felt himself aggrieved. Tosef.Gitt.V (III), 2.Pl. אַנְפָּרִיֹּות. Ylamd. Shlaḥ. (quot. in Ar.) אני נוטל מהן א׳וכ׳ I (the Lord) take from them promises to pay in instalments (promises of amending their ways, repentance) and give them extension. Tanḥ. ib., end, a citizen was paying annonœ וכותב א׳ and signing agreements of forfeiture; (Num. R. s. 17 אפכיות, v. אַפּוּכִי). (Ibid. s. 2 אנפריאות, v. אַנְפֹּורָא pl.

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  • 6 אַנְפָּרוּת

    אַנְפָּרוּתf. ( פרר or נפרפר) a break, division, whence 1) the purchase of an odd object, of one of a pair. Sabb.80b (ref. to אַנְדִּיפָא q. v.) וכי אדם עושה מעותיו א׳ will a man buy a half of a thing (as a cosmetic for one temple)? 2) partial payments, an agreement (invalid according to Jewish law) of term payments with the condition of forfeiture on missing one term (v. אַסְמַכְתָּא), esp. such an agreement forced upon a Jew by a gentile ( Roman) individual or authority. Gitt.44a (v. אָנַס) אם בא׳ if his crop was seized in consequence of an anparuth, he is exempt from paying the tithes (of his produces, since he is the loser, whereas if distrained for a real debt, he enjoys the legal benefit of being released of a debt, and therefore must pay the tithes, as if he had sold the crop). Y.Keth.X, end, 34a בארנונהוכ׳ with reference to annona, capitation tax and forfeiture. Gitt.58b הבא מחמת חוב ומחמת א׳וכ׳ if a gentile (Roman) obtained possession of a Jews property in consequence of seizure for a debt or of forfeiture and subsequently sold it to a Jew, the Sicarion law finds no application (and the property must, without any indemnity, be restored to its original owner; v. סִיקְרִיקֹון); וא׳ עצמהוכ׳ and the property seized for forfeiture must have been in the possession of the gentile for twelve months (during which the Jew might have had a chance to reclaim it as illegally seized; v., however, the objection, and subsequent emendation of סיקריקין for א׳, ibid.). Ib. אין א׳ בבבל in Babylon (under the Persian government) there is no anparuth, (which is interpreted) אין דין א׳וכ׳ the laws concerning the purchase by a Jew of property which a gentile had seized for forfeiture find no application in the well regulated Persian state because the owner might have gone to court, if he felt himself aggrieved. Tosef.Gitt.V (III), 2.Pl. אַנְפָּרִיֹּות. Ylamd. Shlaḥ. (quot. in Ar.) אני נוטל מהן א׳וכ׳ I (the Lord) take from them promises to pay in instalments (promises of amending their ways, repentance) and give them extension. Tanḥ. ib., end, a citizen was paying annonœ וכותב א׳ and signing agreements of forfeiture; (Num. R. s. 17 אפכיות, v. אַפּוּכִי). (Ibid. s. 2 אנפריאות, v. אַנְפֹּורָא pl.

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  • 7 בל

    בֵּלpr. n. Bel, the Babylonian deity. Ab. Zar.11b בית ב׳ בבבל the temple of Bel in Babylon.

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  • 8 בֵּל

    בֵּלpr. n. Bel, the Babylonian deity. Ab. Zar.11b בית ב׳ בבבל the temple of Bel in Babylon.

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  • 9 זמן

    זְמָןm. (b. h.; preced.) 1) appointed time, term, time. KiddI, 7, a. fr. הז׳ גרמא, v. גְּרָמָא.B. Kam. 113a קובעים ז׳וכ׳ we appoint (in the summons to appear before court) a Monday, Thursday and Monday in succession. Gitt.72a, a. fr. זְמַנּוֹ של שטר the date of the document.Taan.14b, a. fr. בז׳ הזה in our days (After the dissolution of the Jewish common-wealth). Ib. הכל לפי הז׳ all depends on the season (whether it is advanced or retarded, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 400). Ib. זְמַנָּהּ של רביעה the rainy season; a. v. fr.Pl. זְמַנִּים. Meg.2a ז׳ הרבה various dates (for reading the Megillah).בִּזְמַן שֶׁ־ in the case of, when, if. Erub.VI, 7 ומודים בז׳וכ׳ in what case (is this said)? When they carry Ib. 6 אימתי בז׳וכ׳ they all agree that, if some of them ; a. v. fr.בִּזְמַנּוֹ, בִּזְמַנָהּ in its prescribed, due time; חוּץ לִזְמַנּוֹ out of time, beyond its due time. Zeb.I, 1. Ib. II, 3; a. v. fr. 2) festive season (cmp. מִקְרָא, מְאַרְעָא); ‘ Zman, that section of the benediction on the entrance of a Festival which refers to the return of the festive season ( שהחיינו והגיענו לזמן הזה.…). Pes.102b מדלא אמר ז׳ since he did not mention the benediction of Zman, v. יקנה״ז. Succ.48a שמיני … ז׳ בפני עצמו the eighth day (of Succoth) … is a festive season for itself, requiring the insertion of Zman; a. fr.Pl. as above. Y.Ab. Zar. I, 39c ג׳ ז׳ בבבל there are three festive seasons (idolatrous fairs) in Babylonia. Tosef.Ber.III, 13 חותם ברוך … והז׳ you must close with ‘Blessed be He … who sanctifies the Sabbath, Israel, and the Seasons.snh.101a הקורא … שלא בזמנו he who cites a Biblical verse at a banquet out of its context (perverting its sense for lascivious purposes); Treat. Kallah beg.

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  • 10 זְמָן

    זְמָןm. (b. h.; preced.) 1) appointed time, term, time. KiddI, 7, a. fr. הז׳ גרמא, v. גְּרָמָא.B. Kam. 113a קובעים ז׳וכ׳ we appoint (in the summons to appear before court) a Monday, Thursday and Monday in succession. Gitt.72a, a. fr. זְמַנּוֹ של שטר the date of the document.Taan.14b, a. fr. בז׳ הזה in our days (After the dissolution of the Jewish common-wealth). Ib. הכל לפי הז׳ all depends on the season (whether it is advanced or retarded, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 400). Ib. זְמַנָּהּ של רביעה the rainy season; a. v. fr.Pl. זְמַנִּים. Meg.2a ז׳ הרבה various dates (for reading the Megillah).בִּזְמַן שֶׁ־ in the case of, when, if. Erub.VI, 7 ומודים בז׳וכ׳ in what case (is this said)? When they carry Ib. 6 אימתי בז׳וכ׳ they all agree that, if some of them ; a. v. fr.בִּזְמַנּוֹ, בִּזְמַנָהּ in its prescribed, due time; חוּץ לִזְמַנּוֹ out of time, beyond its due time. Zeb.I, 1. Ib. II, 3; a. v. fr. 2) festive season (cmp. מִקְרָא, מְאַרְעָא); ‘ Zman, that section of the benediction on the entrance of a Festival which refers to the return of the festive season ( שהחיינו והגיענו לזמן הזה.…). Pes.102b מדלא אמר ז׳ since he did not mention the benediction of Zman, v. יקנה״ז. Succ.48a שמיני … ז׳ בפני עצמו the eighth day (of Succoth) … is a festive season for itself, requiring the insertion of Zman; a. fr.Pl. as above. Y.Ab. Zar. I, 39c ג׳ ז׳ בבבל there are three festive seasons (idolatrous fairs) in Babylonia. Tosef.Ber.III, 13 חותם ברוך … והז׳ you must close with ‘Blessed be He … who sanctifies the Sabbath, Israel, and the Seasons.snh.101a הקורא … שלא בזמנו he who cites a Biblical verse at a banquet out of its context (perverting its sense for lascivious purposes); Treat. Kallah beg.

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  • 11 מצורע

    מְצוֹרָעm. (b. h. מְצֹרָע; צָרַע) leper. Neg. XIII, 11. Ib. XIV, 1. Meg.I, 7 מ׳ מוחלט, מ׳ מוסגר v. חָלַט II. Ned.64b; a. v. fr.Pl. מְצוֹרָעִים, מְצוֹרָעִין. Neg. XIV, 13. Keth.77b bot. אין מ׳ בבבל there are no lepers in Babylonia; a. fr.

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  • 12 מְצוֹרָע

    מְצוֹרָעm. (b. h. מְצֹרָע; צָרַע) leper. Neg. XIII, 11. Ib. XIV, 1. Meg.I, 7 מ׳ מוחלט, מ׳ מוסגר v. חָלַט II. Ned.64b; a. v. fr.Pl. מְצוֹרָעִים, מְצוֹרָעִין. Neg. XIV, 13. Keth.77b bot. אין מ׳ בבבל there are no lepers in Babylonia; a. fr.

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  • 13 פעל I

    פָּעַלI (b. h.) ( to split, cmp. פלח, to work. Y.Sabb.II, end, 8d; Tanḥ. Emor 7; Lev. R. s. 27 (ref. to Num. 23:23) כל מי שפ׳ עם לאוכ׳ let whosoever worked with God come and take his reward. Ib. s. 4 כל מה שיִפְעַל אדם עם נפשווכ׳ however much man may do for his soul, he has not done his full duty. Gen. R. s. 15 (ref. to Ps. 74:12) ראו פועלא טבא שהתקין … עמדתי לִפְעוֹל see the good employer, for the Lord has prepared my wages (the garden of Eden), before yet I arose to work; Yalk. ib. 20. Midr. Till. to Ps. 92 בששת … פָּעַלְתִּי את העולם ובשבת נחתי in the six working days I worked and made the world, and on the Sabbath I rested; a. fr.Esp. to deal. Lam. R. to III, 33 (read:) בשני מקומות פָּעֲלוּ ישראל עםהקב״ה באחד פעלו בפיהם ולא בלבם ובאחד פעלו בלבם ולא בפיהם in two places Israelites dealt with God, in one they dealt with their mouth (professed faith), but not with their heart, and in the other, they dealt with their heart (were loyal at heart), but not with their mouth; בסיני פעלו בפיהםוכ׳ at Sinai they dealt with their mouth but not with their heart (ref. to Ps. 78:36); בבבל פעלו בלבםוכ׳ in Babylonia they dealt with their heart, but not with their mouth (ref. to Lam. l. c.); Cant. R. to VII, 8.

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  • 14 פָּעַל

    פָּעַלI (b. h.) ( to split, cmp. פלח, to work. Y.Sabb.II, end, 8d; Tanḥ. Emor 7; Lev. R. s. 27 (ref. to Num. 23:23) כל מי שפ׳ עם לאוכ׳ let whosoever worked with God come and take his reward. Ib. s. 4 כל מה שיִפְעַל אדם עם נפשווכ׳ however much man may do for his soul, he has not done his full duty. Gen. R. s. 15 (ref. to Ps. 74:12) ראו פועלא טבא שהתקין … עמדתי לִפְעוֹל see the good employer, for the Lord has prepared my wages (the garden of Eden), before yet I arose to work; Yalk. ib. 20. Midr. Till. to Ps. 92 בששת … פָּעַלְתִּי את העולם ובשבת נחתי in the six working days I worked and made the world, and on the Sabbath I rested; a. fr.Esp. to deal. Lam. R. to III, 33 (read:) בשני מקומות פָּעֲלוּ ישראל עםהקב״ה באחד פעלו בפיהם ולא בלבם ובאחד פעלו בלבם ולא בפיהם in two places Israelites dealt with God, in one they dealt with their mouth (professed faith), but not with their heart, and in the other, they dealt with their heart (were loyal at heart), but not with their mouth; בסיני פעלו בפיהםוכ׳ at Sinai they dealt with their mouth but not with their heart (ref. to Ps. 78:36); בבבל פעלו בלבםוכ׳ in Babylonia they dealt with their heart, but not with their mouth (ref. to Lam. l. c.); Cant. R. to VII, 8.

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  • 15 תוויי

    תּוּוָייm. (dial. for תּוּבָיי) = תּוּבְיָה, overflow, inundation. Gen. R. s. 13 כמין ת׳ (‘Rashi: כחדין ת׳; ed. Leips. תווין, corr. acc.) as from an overflowing river; נהר בבבל ושמו ת׳וכ׳ (not בבל) there is a river (or canal) in Babylonia which is named Tuvay, and why is it named T.? Because it comes back and inundates once in forty years; Koh. R. to I, 7 תווהא (corr. acc.).

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  • 16 תּוּוָיי

    תּוּוָייm. (dial. for תּוּבָיי) = תּוּבְיָה, overflow, inundation. Gen. R. s. 13 כמין ת׳ (‘Rashi: כחדין ת׳; ed. Leips. תווין, corr. acc.) as from an overflowing river; נהר בבבל ושמו ת׳וכ׳ (not בבל) there is a river (or canal) in Babylonia which is named Tuvay, and why is it named T.? Because it comes back and inundates once in forty years; Koh. R. to I, 7 תווהא (corr. acc.).

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