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Hithpol

  • 1 בדד

    בָּדַד(b. h.; √בד; cmp. בז, to enter into, split, separate; v. בדל, בדק, בדר) 1) to scatter. Y.Yoma V, 42c top בּוֹדְדָהּ ברגלו he scatters it (the frank-incense) with his foot (shoves it apart). 2) to dig out, create, choose, invent. Denom. בַּד II, בַּדִּים. 3) to be lonely. Part. בּוֹדֵד lonely. Pesik. R. s. 29 (30), expl. בדד (Lam. 1:1) = בּוֹדֵד lonely, forsaken. Part. pass. בָּדוּד exiled. Lam. R. to I, 1 בגדים בדודים Ar. (read בגדי) garments of the exiled ( כלי גולה, Jer. 46:19); (ed. בגדי בָדָד, a. בְּדָדִין, v. next w.. Hithpol. הִתְבּוֹדֵד to be exiled, homeless. Lam. R. introd. (R. Alexandri 1) (ref. to Ps. 102:8) as the bird מִתְבּוֹדֵדוכ׳ is driven (separated from the rest) from roof to roof.

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  • 2 בָּדַד

    בָּדַד(b. h.; √בד; cmp. בז, to enter into, split, separate; v. בדל, בדק, בדר) 1) to scatter. Y.Yoma V, 42c top בּוֹדְדָהּ ברגלו he scatters it (the frank-incense) with his foot (shoves it apart). 2) to dig out, create, choose, invent. Denom. בַּד II, בַּדִּים. 3) to be lonely. Part. בּוֹדֵד lonely. Pesik. R. s. 29 (30), expl. בדד (Lam. 1:1) = בּוֹדֵד lonely, forsaken. Part. pass. בָּדוּד exiled. Lam. R. to I, 1 בגדים בדודים Ar. (read בגדי) garments of the exiled ( כלי גולה, Jer. 46:19); (ed. בגדי בָדָד, a. בְּדָדִין, v. next w.. Hithpol. הִתְבּוֹדֵד to be exiled, homeless. Lam. R. introd. (R. Alexandri 1) (ref. to Ps. 102:8) as the bird מִתְבּוֹדֵדוכ׳ is driven (separated from the rest) from roof to roof.

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  • 3 גדד I

    גָּדַדI (b. h.; cmp. גזו, קצץ) to cut, cut off. Par. II, 2; Bekh.44a יָגוֹד let him lop off (the black tops of the horns or hoofs).(V. גָּדַר.Trnsf. (cmp. קצץ) to fix the price. B. Bath.13a גּוֹד או אָגוֹד either fix you a price for my share, or I shall do so (and buy your share); דינא דגוד או אגוד the right of settling by god o agod. Ib. אגוד איכא גוד ליכא the offer to buy is applicable in this case (the half-freed slave can offer to buy his other half), but the offer to sell cannot be made (since there is no price for a free man).Part. pass. גָּדוּד stripped (of branches); trnsf. empty-handed. Gen. R. s. 68, beg. ג׳ שלחו (Yalk. ib. 117 גדודי) Isaac sent Jacob away without anything valuable. Pi. גִּדֵּד to cut off, level. Gen. R. s. 71 (play on בא גד, Gen. 30:11) בא מי שעתיד לגַדֵּדוכ׳ he has come who is destined to level the fastnesses of the nations (idolatry). Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 13 (play on מגדל גד, Josh. 15:37) from there the Lord יוצא ומְגַדֵּדוכ׳ will proceed and level ; Ex. R. s. 40 ומגיד (corr. acc.). Nif. נִגְדַּד to be cut off. Keth.51a כל העומד לִיגָּדֵד כְּגָדוּד דמי Ar. (ed. ליגזז, v. גָּזַז). Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹדֵד to make incisions in ones own body. Yeb.13b, v. גּוּד. Tanḥ. Shlaḥ. 15; Num. R. s. 17 קבר מת לא תִתְגּוֹדְדוּ when one buried a dead, the law says, Ye shall not (Deut. 14:1). V. גְּדִידָה. Polel גֹּדֵד same. Yeb. l. c. א״כ לימא קרא לא תְּגוֹדְדוּ if it were so (that Deut. 14:1 meant only to forbid incisions in the body) it ought to read lo tgoddu, ye shall make no incisions.

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  • 4 גָּדַד

    גָּדַדI (b. h.; cmp. גזו, קצץ) to cut, cut off. Par. II, 2; Bekh.44a יָגוֹד let him lop off (the black tops of the horns or hoofs).(V. גָּדַר.Trnsf. (cmp. קצץ) to fix the price. B. Bath.13a גּוֹד או אָגוֹד either fix you a price for my share, or I shall do so (and buy your share); דינא דגוד או אגוד the right of settling by god o agod. Ib. אגוד איכא גוד ליכא the offer to buy is applicable in this case (the half-freed slave can offer to buy his other half), but the offer to sell cannot be made (since there is no price for a free man).Part. pass. גָּדוּד stripped (of branches); trnsf. empty-handed. Gen. R. s. 68, beg. ג׳ שלחו (Yalk. ib. 117 גדודי) Isaac sent Jacob away without anything valuable. Pi. גִּדֵּד to cut off, level. Gen. R. s. 71 (play on בא גד, Gen. 30:11) בא מי שעתיד לגַדֵּדוכ׳ he has come who is destined to level the fastnesses of the nations (idolatry). Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 13 (play on מגדל גד, Josh. 15:37) from there the Lord יוצא ומְגַדֵּדוכ׳ will proceed and level ; Ex. R. s. 40 ומגיד (corr. acc.). Nif. נִגְדַּד to be cut off. Keth.51a כל העומד לִיגָּדֵד כְּגָדוּד דמי Ar. (ed. ליגזז, v. גָּזַז). Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹדֵד to make incisions in ones own body. Yeb.13b, v. גּוּד. Tanḥ. Shlaḥ. 15; Num. R. s. 17 קבר מת לא תִתְגּוֹדְדוּ when one buried a dead, the law says, Ye shall not (Deut. 14:1). V. גְּדִידָה. Polel גֹּדֵד same. Yeb. l. c. א״כ לימא קרא לא תְּגוֹדְדוּ if it were so (that Deut. 14:1 meant only to forbid incisions in the body) it ought to read lo tgoddu, ye shall make no incisions.

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  • 5 גדד

    גְּדַדch. sam(גדד I empty-handed). Dan. 4:11; 20. Targ. Deut. 14:1 תְגוּדוּן, v. preced. Hithpol.Bets.6a אפי׳ למֵיגַד ליהוכ׳ Ar. a. Ms. M. (ed. למֵיגַז) even to cut a shroud for him (the dead, on the second Holy Day); Sabb.150b, v. גְּזַז.

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  • 6 גְּדַד

    גְּדַדch. sam(גדד I empty-handed). Dan. 4:11; 20. Targ. Deut. 14:1 תְגוּדוּן, v. preced. Hithpol.Bets.6a אפי׳ למֵיגַד ליהוכ׳ Ar. a. Ms. M. (ed. למֵיגַז) even to cut a shroud for him (the dead, on the second Holy Day); Sabb.150b, v. גְּזַז.

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  • 7 גוך

    גּוּך 1) (sec. r. of אָגַד I) to bind; denom. גִּיד.(Polel גּוֹדֵד, fr. which גְּדוּד. 2) (denom. of גדוד) to form a faction; (b. h. to attack in small bands). Yeb.13b (ref. to Deut. 14:1, v. גָּדַד I) if lo tithgoddu were meant only in the one sense of ‘ye shall form no factions, it would have read לֹא תָגוּדוּ. Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹדֵד to form bands, factions. Ib. 14a כי אמרינן לא תתגודדו the law against factions applies only to Sifré Deut. 96; (Pesik. Zutr. Reh (p. 4 3) מלשון גדוד).

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  • 8 גּוּך

    גּוּך 1) (sec. r. of אָגַד I) to bind; denom. גִּיד.(Polel גּוֹדֵד, fr. which גְּדוּד. 2) (denom. of גדוד) to form a faction; (b. h. to attack in small bands). Yeb.13b (ref. to Deut. 14:1, v. גָּדַד I) if lo tithgoddu were meant only in the one sense of ‘ye shall form no factions, it would have read לֹא תָגוּדוּ. Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹדֵד to form bands, factions. Ib. 14a כי אמרינן לא תתגודדו the law against factions applies only to Sifré Deut. 96; (Pesik. Zutr. Reh (p. 4 3) מלשון גדוד).

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  • 9 גרר II

    גָּרַרII (fr. a Polel of גּוּר; cmp. גָּלַל) to roll; cmp. גַּרְגַּר.Part. pass. מְגוֹרָר whirled, reeling. Gen. R. s. 64 (play on מגרר, Gen. 26:26) מג׳ … שנכנסווכ׳ reeling (after a night revel) ; v. גָּרַר I. Hithpa. הִתְגָּרֵר, Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹרֵר (v. Jer. 30:23, cmp. 23:19) to roll ones self, esp. (cmp. חָבַט II, חָנַן, נָפַל Hithpa.) to lie in contrition, asking forgiveness. Mekh. Bshall., Vayassa 1, (read as in) Yalk. Ex. 256 (ref. to וישלך אל המים, Ex. 15:25, as if meaning, ‘and he caused them to throw themselves down in contrition over their sin by the sea-side). היו ישראל מתחננים ומִתְגָּרְרִים … כבן שהוא מתחנן לפני אביו וכתלמיד שמִתְגּוֹרֵר לפני רבו כך היו ישראל מתחננין ומִתְגּוֹרְרִיןוכ׳ the Israelites prayed beseechingly and rolled themselves in contrition before

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  • 10 גָּרַר

    גָּרַרII (fr. a Polel of גּוּר; cmp. גָּלַל) to roll; cmp. גַּרְגַּר.Part. pass. מְגוֹרָר whirled, reeling. Gen. R. s. 64 (play on מגרר, Gen. 26:26) מג׳ … שנכנסווכ׳ reeling (after a night revel) ; v. גָּרַר I. Hithpa. הִתְגָּרֵר, Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹרֵר (v. Jer. 30:23, cmp. 23:19) to roll ones self, esp. (cmp. חָבַט II, חָנַן, נָפַל Hithpa.) to lie in contrition, asking forgiveness. Mekh. Bshall., Vayassa 1, (read as in) Yalk. Ex. 256 (ref. to וישלך אל המים, Ex. 15:25, as if meaning, ‘and he caused them to throw themselves down in contrition over their sin by the sea-side). היו ישראל מתחננים ומִתְגָּרְרִים … כבן שהוא מתחנן לפני אביו וכתלמיד שמִתְגּוֹרֵר לפני רבו כך היו ישראל מתחננין ומִתְגּוֹרְרִיןוכ׳ the Israelites prayed beseechingly and rolled themselves in contrition before

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  • 11 גשש

    גָּשַׁש(b. h.; v. גּוּש) to touch a substance, to strike against. Ḥall. II, 2; Y. ib. 58c top הספינה גוֹשֶׁשֶׁת the ship touches the ground (in harbor). Pi. גִּישֵּׁש to feel, grope. Y.Yoma V, 42c היה מְגַשֵּׁשוכ׳ entered groping Pilp. גִּשְׁגֵּש (cmp. קשקש, כשכש) to beat, ring. Lev. R. s. 8 (ref. to Jud. 13:25, cmp. פַּעֲמֹן) התחילרוה״ק לגַשְׁגֵּשוכ׳ the holy spirit began to ring in Samson. Hithpa. הִתְגַּשֵּׁש, Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹשֵׁש, Hithpalp. הִתְגַּשְׁגֵּש, Nithpa. נִתְגַּשֵּׁש 1) to wrestle, fight. Gen. R. s. 22; s. 77; Cant. R. to III, 6. Ex. R. s. 28, beg. 2) to exercise ones strength, practice. Pesik. Sliḥoth. p. 166a> גבור שהוא מִתְגּוֹשֵׁשוכ׳ a warrior practicing on a stone-cutters stone.

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  • 12 גָּשַׁש

    גָּשַׁש(b. h.; v. גּוּש) to touch a substance, to strike against. Ḥall. II, 2; Y. ib. 58c top הספינה גוֹשֶׁשֶׁת the ship touches the ground (in harbor). Pi. גִּישֵּׁש to feel, grope. Y.Yoma V, 42c היה מְגַשֵּׁשוכ׳ entered groping Pilp. גִּשְׁגֵּש (cmp. קשקש, כשכש) to beat, ring. Lev. R. s. 8 (ref. to Jud. 13:25, cmp. פַּעֲמֹן) התחילרוה״ק לגַשְׁגֵּשוכ׳ the holy spirit began to ring in Samson. Hithpa. הִתְגַּשֵּׁש, Hithpol. הִתְגּוֹשֵׁש, Hithpalp. הִתְגַּשְׁגֵּש, Nithpa. נִתְגַּשֵּׁש 1) to wrestle, fight. Gen. R. s. 22; s. 77; Cant. R. to III, 6. Ex. R. s. 28, beg. 2) to exercise ones strength, practice. Pesik. Sliḥoth. p. 166a> גבור שהוא מִתְגּוֹשֵׁשוכ׳ a warrior practicing on a stone-cutters stone.

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  • 13 חוט I

    חוּטI (v. חָטַט) to dig, perforate. Pol. חוֹטֵט, Hithpol. הִתְחוֹטֵט, v. חָטַט.

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  • 14 חוּט

    חוּטI (v. חָטַט) to dig, perforate. Pol. חוֹטֵט, Hithpol. הִתְחוֹטֵט, v. חָטַט.

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  • 15 חול II

    חוּלII (v. חָלָה) to be smooth, quiet, v. infra. Hithpol. הִתְחֹולֵל to be quieted. Ber.30b כדי שתִּתְחוֹלֵל דעתו עליו (Ms. M., Yalk. Ex. 392, Deut. 813 שתָּחוּל) until his mind is quieted (collected for prayer).

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  • 16 חוּל

    חוּלII (v. חָלָה) to be smooth, quiet, v. infra. Hithpol. הִתְחֹולֵל to be quieted. Ber.30b כדי שתִּתְחוֹלֵל דעתו עליו (Ms. M., Yalk. Ex. 392, Deut. 813 שתָּחוּל) until his mind is quieted (collected for prayer).

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  • 17 חטט

    חָטַט 1) to dig, cut out (of the sucket), hollow out. Mikv. IV, 3 החוֹטֵט בצינורוכ׳ if one makes a cavity in a water pipe for the deposit of pebbles. Gen. R. s. 34 היה חוטט אתוכ׳ the embryo would cut its way through Kidd.24b וחֲטָטָהּ and he (the master) cut it (the eye) out. 2) to rake, clean a well. M. Kat. I, 2 וחוֹטְטִין אותן and you may clean the wells. Ib. 5a ח׳ … ואין חופריןוכ׳ you may clean …, but not dig (deepen) (Ib. ולא חוטטין לתוכן you must not rake pebbles into them; v., however vers. Ms. M., Rabb. D. S. a. l.Y. ib. 80b bot. חוטטין אותן גרפין לוןוכ׳ (not חוטטן) ḥottin means ‘they rake them, as we read (Mikv. l. c.). 3) to take sheaves out with a rake. Succ.I, 8 החוטט בגדישוכ׳ if one takes sheaves out of a stack, so as to form a shed (Succah). Ib. 15a. Pi. חִטֵּט 1) to rake. Y.Sabb.III, beg.5c צריך לחַטֵּט בידוכ׳ he must rake (coals and ashes out of the oven) with a handle, which proves that he must clean thoroughly. 2) to make holes, to pick. Tosef.Mikv.VII (VIII), 2 אוצין צריך לחטט Var. (ed. Zuck. לחַטְחֵט) if the holes in the baskets are filled up with grapes, one must clean them by picking. B. Kam.18a תרנגולין שהיו מְחַטְּטִיןוכ׳ chickens that picked on the rope of a bucket. Tosef.B. Mets. VIII, 30 שמְחַטְּטִין אתוכ׳ (Var. שמְחַטְחֲטִין) for they pick holes in the walls. 3) (with אחר) to dig after, to trace with the knife. Ḥull.74b; Tosef. Ib. VII, 54. 4) to trim. Sabb.90a; Men.107a, v. מָחַט. Pilp. חִטְחֵט same. Y.Orl.III, 63a מצוי לחַטְחֵט אחריו it is likely that they dig after it (to take it out of the ground); a. e. (v. supra). Nif. נֶחֶטַט to be dug out, picked out. Kidd.24b נֶחְטְטָח עינה if the birds eye was picked out; Zeb.VII, 5 (68b) Ar. (ed. נסמית). Hithpa. הִתְחַטֵּט to be exhumed. Yeb.63b מתים מִתְחַטְּטִין the dead are exhumed (by the Guebres). Polel (of חוט), part. מְחוֹטֵט (v. מַחַט) stinging (the eye), dazzling, v. infra. Hithpol. הִתְחוֹטֵט to be cut (of jewels), to be polished, glisten. Meg.12a (play on בה̇ט̇, Esth. 1:6) אב̇נים שמִתְח̇וֹטְ֗טֹות על בעליהןוי״א אב̇נים המְח̇וֹטְ֗טוֹת לעינים במקומן Ms. F. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 5) stones which glisten on those who wear them, and some say, Stones which dazzle the eyes in the place where they are found.

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  • 18 חָטַט

    חָטַט 1) to dig, cut out (of the sucket), hollow out. Mikv. IV, 3 החוֹטֵט בצינורוכ׳ if one makes a cavity in a water pipe for the deposit of pebbles. Gen. R. s. 34 היה חוטט אתוכ׳ the embryo would cut its way through Kidd.24b וחֲטָטָהּ and he (the master) cut it (the eye) out. 2) to rake, clean a well. M. Kat. I, 2 וחוֹטְטִין אותן and you may clean the wells. Ib. 5a ח׳ … ואין חופריןוכ׳ you may clean …, but not dig (deepen) (Ib. ולא חוטטין לתוכן you must not rake pebbles into them; v., however vers. Ms. M., Rabb. D. S. a. l.Y. ib. 80b bot. חוטטין אותן גרפין לוןוכ׳ (not חוטטן) ḥottin means ‘they rake them, as we read (Mikv. l. c.). 3) to take sheaves out with a rake. Succ.I, 8 החוטט בגדישוכ׳ if one takes sheaves out of a stack, so as to form a shed (Succah). Ib. 15a. Pi. חִטֵּט 1) to rake. Y.Sabb.III, beg.5c צריך לחַטֵּט בידוכ׳ he must rake (coals and ashes out of the oven) with a handle, which proves that he must clean thoroughly. 2) to make holes, to pick. Tosef.Mikv.VII (VIII), 2 אוצין צריך לחטט Var. (ed. Zuck. לחַטְחֵט) if the holes in the baskets are filled up with grapes, one must clean them by picking. B. Kam.18a תרנגולין שהיו מְחַטְּטִיןוכ׳ chickens that picked on the rope of a bucket. Tosef.B. Mets. VIII, 30 שמְחַטְּטִין אתוכ׳ (Var. שמְחַטְחֲטִין) for they pick holes in the walls. 3) (with אחר) to dig after, to trace with the knife. Ḥull.74b; Tosef. Ib. VII, 54. 4) to trim. Sabb.90a; Men.107a, v. מָחַט. Pilp. חִטְחֵט same. Y.Orl.III, 63a מצוי לחַטְחֵט אחריו it is likely that they dig after it (to take it out of the ground); a. e. (v. supra). Nif. נֶחֶטַט to be dug out, picked out. Kidd.24b נֶחְטְטָח עינה if the birds eye was picked out; Zeb.VII, 5 (68b) Ar. (ed. נסמית). Hithpa. הִתְחַטֵּט to be exhumed. Yeb.63b מתים מִתְחַטְּטִין the dead are exhumed (by the Guebres). Polel (of חוט), part. מְחוֹטֵט (v. מַחַט) stinging (the eye), dazzling, v. infra. Hithpol. הִתְחוֹטֵט to be cut (of jewels), to be polished, glisten. Meg.12a (play on בה̇ט̇, Esth. 1:6) אב̇נים שמִתְח̇וֹטְ֗טֹות על בעליהןוי״א אב̇נים המְח̇וֹטְ֗טוֹת לעינים במקומן Ms. F. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 5) stones which glisten on those who wear them, and some say, Stones which dazzle the eyes in the place where they are found.

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  • 19 חון) חנן

    (חוּן) חָנַן (b. h.; cmp. גנן) (to cover, surround, to caress, grace, favor. Sabb.104a (in childrens acrostics) זֹן אותך וחָ֗ן אותך sustains and graces thee. Num. R. s. 11 (ref. to Num. 6:25) יָחוֹן איתך בבנים may He favor thee with (good) children. Ib. (quot. from daily prayers) אתה חוֹנֵן לאדם דעת thou graciously endowest man with knowledge. Ib. עתידהקב״ה לָחוֹן עליהם the Lord will in due time protect them. Sifré Num. 41 יָחְנְךָ בתלמוד תורה may He grace thee by enabling thee to study the Law. Pesik. Asser, p. 97a> (ref. to מחונך, Prov. 3:9) ממה שחֲנָנְךָ out of what He has endowed thee with; a. fr.(Midr. Till. to Ps. 78 חָן, v. חָנָה.Part. pass. חָניּן, pl. חֲנוּנִים 1) graced, endowed. Num. R. l. c. חֲנוּנֵי (ב)דעת endowed with knowledge. Pes.87a בני חֲנוּנֶיךָ children of thy favored ones, Abraham (Ms., v. בָּחַן). 2) bandaged. Pl. fem. חֲנוּנוֹת. Sabb.V, 4, v. חָנוּן I, 2. Nif. נֶחֱנָן to be shown favor. Deut. R. s. 7 (ref. to Is. 26:10) אבל אם למד … אינו נ׳ but if he has learned …, he will be shown no favor (will not be forgiven). Hithpa. מִתְחַנֵּן to bend ones self, to supplicate (v. תְּחִנָּה). Deut. R. s. 2, beg. מִתְחַנֵּן, v. חָבַט. Ib. התחיל להִתְחַנֵּן (התחיל מתחנן) he began to pray; a. fr. Hithpol. (fr. חוּן = חָנָה) to come to rest, to be collected. Ber.30b (adopting the expression in conformity with ואתחנן, Deut. 3:23) until his mind be collected again (for prayer), v. חוּל.

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  • 20 לון

    לוּן, לִיןI (b. h.) to stay over night, to take ( night-) lodging; to be kept over night. Num. R. s. 12, beg. (ref. to Ps. 91:1) שלָו שם לינות הרבה, v. לִינָה. Ib הקב״ה … נתאוה לָלוּן בצלינו the Lord … is desirous to lodge under our shade (Tabernacle). Snh.VI, 4 ואם לן but if his body was allowed to hang over night. Pes.42a מים שלָנוּ water which has been kept in vessels over night (misunderstood for ‘our water, v. בִּית). Ber.18b ולן בבית הקברות and stayed over night in the burial ground; a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 60, distinction between לָלִין, Gen. 24:23 and לָלוּן, ib. 25, v. לִינָה. Hif. הֵלִין to keep over night. B. Kam.99a עובר משום (לא) בל תָּלִין transgresses the law which says, (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not ; B. Mets. IX, 12 יש בו משום לא תליןוכ׳ the prohibition to keep the wages of the hired man over night applies to it; ib. 111b; a. fr.Esp. to leave a corpse unburied over night. Snh.VI, 5 כל המֵלִין אתוכ׳ whosoever postpones the burial of his dead transgresses a prohibitory law (ref. to Deut. 21:23 in its general application); הֵלִינוֹ לכבודווכ׳ but if one kept him over night for his honors sake (to prepare a more honorable burial) ; a. fr.v. הֲלָנָה. Hithpol. הִתְלוֹנֵן, Nithpol. נִתְלוֹנֵן to seek shelter; to take refuge. Num. R. l. c. (ref. to Ps. l. c.) (read:) שדי תִּתְלוֹנֵן בצל שעשה לךוכ׳ Almighty, be pleased to lodge in the shade which Bezaleel has made for thee. Yalk. Job 906 יש להם מנוס שיִתְלוֹנְנוּ מדינהוכ׳ have a place of refuge where to find shelter from the judgment of Gehenna; (Yalk. Jud. 41 שינצלו).

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