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  • 1 אדם

    אָדַם(b. h.; √דם, v. דמם) (to be viscous, thick, dark) to be red, grow red. Pi. אִדֵּם to redden, make red. Y.Sabb.VII, 10c top המְאַדֵּם אודם he who produces a red spot (congestion of blood, on a Sabbath). Hif. הֶאֱדִים 1) (b. h.) to be, grow red. Num. R. s. 9 (p. 231b> ed. Amst.) מַאֲדֶמֶת ( היתה) if she was red-faced. Ḥull.53b; a. fr. 2) to cause to blush, put to shame (usu. הלבין). Num. R. s. 4 (p. 218d> ed. Amst.) (play on עובד אדום).Part. מַאֲדִים the planet Mars. Sabb.156a.Part. Hof. מְאָדָּם, מְאוּדָּם. Y.Sabb.VII, 10c top מְאָדָּמִים dyed red.

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  • 2 אָדַם

    אָדַם(b. h.; √דם, v. דמם) (to be viscous, thick, dark) to be red, grow red. Pi. אִדֵּם to redden, make red. Y.Sabb.VII, 10c top המְאַדֵּם אודם he who produces a red spot (congestion of blood, on a Sabbath). Hif. הֶאֱדִים 1) (b. h.) to be, grow red. Num. R. s. 9 (p. 231b> ed. Amst.) מַאֲדֶמֶת ( היתה) if she was red-faced. Ḥull.53b; a. fr. 2) to cause to blush, put to shame (usu. הלבין). Num. R. s. 4 (p. 218d> ed. Amst.) (play on עובד אדום).Part. מַאֲדִים the planet Mars. Sabb.156a.Part. Hof. מְאָדָּם, מְאוּדָּם. Y.Sabb.VII, 10c top מְאָדָּמִים dyed red.

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  • 3 אחר

    אָחַר(b. h.; denom. of אָחוֹר) 1) to be behind, v. Pi. 2) (euphem.) to cover (of camels). B. Bath.93a; Shebu.34a; Snh.37b (Ms. M. B. Bath. l. c. יהיר). Tosef.B. Kam.III, 6 אֹוחֵיר. Pi. אֵחַר, אֵיחַר to tarry, hesitate; to set behind. Pes.IX, 9 אם אֵחַרְתִּי if I should be late. Y.Yoma III, 40c top א׳ בו מעשה the text orders a later action after it. Y.Ned. X, 42ab א׳ בעמידה he tarried in standing, i. e. was the last to sit down. Gen. R. s. 81, beg. א׳ אדם את נדרו if one procrastinates the fulfillment of his vow; a. fr. Pu. (and Hof.) אוּחָר, הוּאֲחָר to be postponed, be done late, be placed later. Y.Yoma in, 40c top בכלל מְאוּחָר היה would belong to things to he done later. Ib. יוּאֲחַרוכ׳ let it be done later than אין מוקדם ומאוחר בתורה there is no ‘earlier or ‘later (no chronological order) in the events or laws of the Scripture. Pes.6b; a. e.; Y.Sot.VIII, 22d מוּאֲחַר.Shebi. X, 5, a. fr. מאותר (a document) postdated, opp. מוקדם antedated. B. Mets. V, 10 רבית מְאוּחֶרֶת postpaid interests.

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  • 4 אָחַר

    אָחַר(b. h.; denom. of אָחוֹר) 1) to be behind, v. Pi. 2) (euphem.) to cover (of camels). B. Bath.93a; Shebu.34a; Snh.37b (Ms. M. B. Bath. l. c. יהיר). Tosef.B. Kam.III, 6 אֹוחֵיר. Pi. אֵחַר, אֵיחַר to tarry, hesitate; to set behind. Pes.IX, 9 אם אֵחַרְתִּי if I should be late. Y.Yoma III, 40c top א׳ בו מעשה the text orders a later action after it. Y.Ned. X, 42ab א׳ בעמידה he tarried in standing, i. e. was the last to sit down. Gen. R. s. 81, beg. א׳ אדם את נדרו if one procrastinates the fulfillment of his vow; a. fr. Pu. (and Hof.) אוּחָר, הוּאֲחָר to be postponed, be done late, be placed later. Y.Yoma in, 40c top בכלל מְאוּחָר היה would belong to things to he done later. Ib. יוּאֲחַרוכ׳ let it be done later than אין מוקדם ומאוחר בתורה there is no ‘earlier or ‘later (no chronological order) in the events or laws of the Scripture. Pes.6b; a. e.; Y.Sot.VIII, 22d מוּאֲחַר.Shebi. X, 5, a. fr. מאותר (a document) postdated, opp. מוקדם antedated. B. Mets. V, 10 רבית מְאוּחֶרֶת postpaid interests.

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  • 5 אמן I

    אָמֵןI (√אם, v. אֵם; cmp. preced.) to be strong, enduring; (act. v. אָמַן to support, v. 2 Kings 18:16 אֹמְנֹות).Pi. אִימֵּן, אִמֵּן to support; trnsf. to confirm, verify, approve. Tosef.Ter.I, 4 it is not the minor that made it Trumah אלא אביו שאִימֵּן אחריו Var. (ed. Zuck. שאומן) but his father who confirmed his act (= ib. קיים על יד); Y. ib. 40b א׳ על ידו. Ibc> top מְאַמֵּין. Nif. נֶאֱמַן (b. h.) 1) part, נֶאֱמָן m., נֶאֱמָנֶת f. approved, trustworthy, reliable. Peah VIII, 2 נֶאֱמָנִים עלוכ׳ (the poor) may be relied upon concerning garnered fruit, i. e. if they declare the fruits to be the poor mans share; they are exempt from tithes. Keth.I, 6 נאמנת her statement is acted upon as true. Ab. Zar.16b נ׳ עלי הדיין my judge is a reliable witness concerning me, i. e. I appeal to thy own judgment that I could not have engaged in such follies.Dem. II, 2 if one resolves להיות נ׳ to be one of the reliable (conscientious in giving tithes); a. fr. 2) to be confirmed. Y.Sot.II, 18b top אמן יֵאָמְנוּ הדברים Amen means, May the words (of the oath) be fulfilled. Hif. הֶאֱמִין (b. h.) to declare trustworthy, to trust, believe in. Dem. VII, 1 והוא אינו מַאֲמִינֹו but he (the invited guest) trusts him not in tithe affairs. Ib. 3; a. fr.Ab. Zar.16b הואיל וְהֶאֱמַנְתַּנִי עליך ed. Pes., En Yak. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note; ed. הָאֳמַנְתִּי Hof.; since thou didst declare me a reliable witness unto thyself (appealing to my judgment), v. supra; (Ms. M. האמנת עלי thou reliedst on me). Ch., v. הֵימַן.

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  • 6 אָמֵן

    אָמֵןI (√אם, v. אֵם; cmp. preced.) to be strong, enduring; (act. v. אָמַן to support, v. 2 Kings 18:16 אֹמְנֹות).Pi. אִימֵּן, אִמֵּן to support; trnsf. to confirm, verify, approve. Tosef.Ter.I, 4 it is not the minor that made it Trumah אלא אביו שאִימֵּן אחריו Var. (ed. Zuck. שאומן) but his father who confirmed his act (= ib. קיים על יד); Y. ib. 40b א׳ על ידו. Ibc> top מְאַמֵּין. Nif. נֶאֱמַן (b. h.) 1) part, נֶאֱמָן m., נֶאֱמָנֶת f. approved, trustworthy, reliable. Peah VIII, 2 נֶאֱמָנִים עלוכ׳ (the poor) may be relied upon concerning garnered fruit, i. e. if they declare the fruits to be the poor mans share; they are exempt from tithes. Keth.I, 6 נאמנת her statement is acted upon as true. Ab. Zar.16b נ׳ עלי הדיין my judge is a reliable witness concerning me, i. e. I appeal to thy own judgment that I could not have engaged in such follies.Dem. II, 2 if one resolves להיות נ׳ to be one of the reliable (conscientious in giving tithes); a. fr. 2) to be confirmed. Y.Sot.II, 18b top אמן יֵאָמְנוּ הדברים Amen means, May the words (of the oath) be fulfilled. Hif. הֶאֱמִין (b. h.) to declare trustworthy, to trust, believe in. Dem. VII, 1 והוא אינו מַאֲמִינֹו but he (the invited guest) trusts him not in tithe affairs. Ib. 3; a. fr.Ab. Zar.16b הואיל וְהֶאֱמַנְתַּנִי עליך ed. Pes., En Yak. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note; ed. הָאֳמַנְתִּי Hof.; since thou didst declare me a reliable witness unto thyself (appealing to my judgment), v. supra; (Ms. M. האמנת עלי thou reliedst on me). Ch., v. הֵימַן.

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  • 7 בדל

    בָּדַל(√בד, v. בדד) to separate, divide, distinguish; (neut. v.) בָּדֵל to keep aloof. Pes.87b בְּדוֹל עצמךוכ׳ withdraw thyself from (touching) her. Y. Ḥag.II, 78b top כדי שיהא בָּדֵל מן התרומה in order that he may be careful in handling Trummah. B. Mets.59b it seems to me שחבריס בְּדֵילִיםוכ׳ that the colleagues hold themselves aloof from thee (i. e. thou art excommunicated). Ib. 89a ב׳ בתמרים to separate (with a tool) dates which stick together (cmp. Rashi a. l.); Y.Maasr.II, 50a top הבדיל בתמרים (read הבודל). Ber.5a יסורין בְּדֵילִיןוכ׳ pains will stay away from him; a. fr. Hif. (b. h.) הִבְדִּיל 1) to sever, set apart, distinguish. Ḥull.21b מולק ואינו מַבְדִּיל he nips the birds neck but must not sever a limb or cut with his nail deeper than required (Lev. 1:17). Ib. 1:7 המבדיל ביןוכ׳ He who established distinctions between (the) sanctity (of the Sabbath) and (the) sanctity (of the Festivals); a. fr. 2) (denom. of אַבְדָּלָה or הַבְדָּלָה) to recite the benediction Hammabdil on the exit of the Sabbath or Festival, to say Habdalah. Ibid. כיצד מבדילין what formula must you use (at the exit of the Sabbath and the simultaneous beginning of a Festival)? a. fr.Part. Hof. מוּבְדָּל separated, distinguished. Num. R. s. 10 beg. מוּבְדָּלִיםוכ׳ are different from the doings of other nations. Naz.7a מוּבְדָּלוֹת זו מזו are separated one from another. Tosef.Peah III, 5; a. fr.

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  • 8 בָּדַל

    בָּדַל(√בד, v. בדד) to separate, divide, distinguish; (neut. v.) בָּדֵל to keep aloof. Pes.87b בְּדוֹל עצמךוכ׳ withdraw thyself from (touching) her. Y. Ḥag.II, 78b top כדי שיהא בָּדֵל מן התרומה in order that he may be careful in handling Trummah. B. Mets.59b it seems to me שחבריס בְּדֵילִיםוכ׳ that the colleagues hold themselves aloof from thee (i. e. thou art excommunicated). Ib. 89a ב׳ בתמרים to separate (with a tool) dates which stick together (cmp. Rashi a. l.); Y.Maasr.II, 50a top הבדיל בתמרים (read הבודל). Ber.5a יסורין בְּדֵילִיןוכ׳ pains will stay away from him; a. fr. Hif. (b. h.) הִבְדִּיל 1) to sever, set apart, distinguish. Ḥull.21b מולק ואינו מַבְדִּיל he nips the birds neck but must not sever a limb or cut with his nail deeper than required (Lev. 1:17). Ib. 1:7 המבדיל ביןוכ׳ He who established distinctions between (the) sanctity (of the Sabbath) and (the) sanctity (of the Festivals); a. fr. 2) (denom. of אַבְדָּלָה or הַבְדָּלָה) to recite the benediction Hammabdil on the exit of the Sabbath or Festival, to say Habdalah. Ibid. כיצד מבדילין what formula must you use (at the exit of the Sabbath and the simultaneous beginning of a Festival)? a. fr.Part. Hof. מוּבְדָּל separated, distinguished. Num. R. s. 10 beg. מוּבְדָּלִיםוכ׳ are different from the doings of other nations. Naz.7a מוּבְדָּלוֹת זו מזו are separated one from another. Tosef.Peah III, 5; a. fr.

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  • 9 בהל

    בָּהַל(b. h.; √בה, v. בהי) to hurry, be excited, anxious. Part. pass. בָּהוּל excited, pressed. Pes.11a sq. אדם ב׳ הואוכ׳ man is excited when his property is at stake. Ib. 72b זמנו ב׳ his time (for doing the thing) is pressed (it cannot be postponed). Yoma 85a, a. e. ב׳ על מתו anxious to save his dead relative from the fire. Pi. בִּיהֵל to agitate, frighten. Y.Yoma VI, 43c bot. למה אתה מְבַהֲלֵינוּ why dost thou agitate us. Hithpa. a. Nithpa. הִתְבָּהֵל, נִתְבָּהֵל to be excited, confounded. Num. R. s. 14 (ref. to tibbahel, Koh. 8:3) אל תִּתְבָּהֵלוכ׳ be not intimidated by his wrath, Ib. לא נ׳ מן מעשיה he was not carried away by her (tempting) actions. Ib. לא נ׳ מפנאיוכ׳ he was not confounded on account of his being alone in the house. Pesik. R. s. 36 מתרעשים ומִתְבַּהֲלִים were in commotion and alarm. Part. Hof. מוּבְהָל, or Pual מְבוֹהָל confounded, hard to pronounce or remember. Gitt.14b שמותיהן מוב׳וכ׳ Ar. (ed. מבו׳) their names are bewildering, beginning with Arda, Arta, Phile.(Deut. R. s. דעתו מובלגת, read מוּבְהֶלֶת his mind is confused, he cannot collect himself for prayer.

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  • 10 בָּהַל

    בָּהַל(b. h.; √בה, v. בהי) to hurry, be excited, anxious. Part. pass. בָּהוּל excited, pressed. Pes.11a sq. אדם ב׳ הואוכ׳ man is excited when his property is at stake. Ib. 72b זמנו ב׳ his time (for doing the thing) is pressed (it cannot be postponed). Yoma 85a, a. e. ב׳ על מתו anxious to save his dead relative from the fire. Pi. בִּיהֵל to agitate, frighten. Y.Yoma VI, 43c bot. למה אתה מְבַהֲלֵינוּ why dost thou agitate us. Hithpa. a. Nithpa. הִתְבָּהֵל, נִתְבָּהֵל to be excited, confounded. Num. R. s. 14 (ref. to tibbahel, Koh. 8:3) אל תִּתְבָּהֵלוכ׳ be not intimidated by his wrath, Ib. לא נ׳ מן מעשיה he was not carried away by her (tempting) actions. Ib. לא נ׳ מפנאיוכ׳ he was not confounded on account of his being alone in the house. Pesik. R. s. 36 מתרעשים ומִתְבַּהֲלִים were in commotion and alarm. Part. Hof. מוּבְהָל, or Pual מְבוֹהָל confounded, hard to pronounce or remember. Gitt.14b שמותיהן מוב׳וכ׳ Ar. (ed. מבו׳) their names are bewildering, beginning with Arda, Arta, Phile.(Deut. R. s. דעתו מובלגת, read מוּבְהֶלֶת his mind is confused, he cannot collect himself for prayer.

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  • 11 בהק

    בָּהַק(b. h. in בֹּהַק; √בה, v. בהי) to shine with a pale light, be white, glisten. Bekh.45b בּוֹהֵק one glistening (with unsteady eyes, albino), diff. fr. לבן white-complected. Hif. הִבְהִיק 1) to shine, be bright. Y.Pes.I, beg.27b top בשעה שהיו מבהיקים when the candles burned brightly, Ib. מַבְהִיקוֹת; Gen. R. s. 31 מַבְהֶקֶת (of glistening jewels). Ib. s. 40 הבהיקה כלוכ׳ the whole land of Egypt was brightened by her (Sarahs) beauty; a. fr. 2) to brighten, make bright. Snh.100a.Part. Hof. מוּבְהָק distinguished, prominent. Kidd.33a ברבו המ׳ when his teacher is a distinguished scholar. Gitt.11a שמות מוּבְהָקִין names of a distinctly gentile character (which Jews do not assume). (Sifra Thazr. ch. I שאת מובהקת, read with R. s. to Neg. I, 1 מוגבהת, v. גָּבַהּ.

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  • 12 בָּהַק

    בָּהַק(b. h. in בֹּהַק; √בה, v. בהי) to shine with a pale light, be white, glisten. Bekh.45b בּוֹהֵק one glistening (with unsteady eyes, albino), diff. fr. לבן white-complected. Hif. הִבְהִיק 1) to shine, be bright. Y.Pes.I, beg.27b top בשעה שהיו מבהיקים when the candles burned brightly, Ib. מַבְהִיקוֹת; Gen. R. s. 31 מַבְהֶקֶת (of glistening jewels). Ib. s. 40 הבהיקה כלוכ׳ the whole land of Egypt was brightened by her (Sarahs) beauty; a. fr. 2) to brighten, make bright. Snh.100a.Part. Hof. מוּבְהָק distinguished, prominent. Kidd.33a ברבו המ׳ when his teacher is a distinguished scholar. Gitt.11a שמות מוּבְהָקִין names of a distinctly gentile character (which Jews do not assume). (Sifra Thazr. ch. I שאת מובהקת, read with R. s. to Neg. I, 1 מוגבהת, v. גָּבַהּ.

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  • 13 בחר

    בָּחַר(b. h.; √בח, v. preced.) 1) to try, examine; v. infra. 2) (with ב) to choose, select, prefer. Tanḥ. Mishp. 11 בָּחַרְתָּ ביסורים יותרוכ׳ thou didst prefer sufferings to poverty. Mass. Sofrim XIII, 9; a. e.Part. Hof. מוּבְחָר chosen. מן המ׳ of the best, the best way. Bicc. I, 3; a. fr.מצוה מן המ׳ the most preferable way of performing a religious act. B. Kam.78b; a. fr.מ׳ מן המ׳ the very best. Y.Pes.VI, 33b top מ׳ דוחהוכ׳ for doing a thing (in the Temple) in the preferable way, you may set aside (the Sabbath law); for doing it in the best way, you dare not ; a. fr. Pi. בִּיחֵר to examine. Pesik. R. s. 33 (ref. to אבחר Job 29:25) הייתי שואלו וּמְבַחֲרוֹ I was in the habit of investigating and examining it; (ed. Fr. emends ומְבַהֲרוֹ, v. בָּחַר).

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  • 14 בָּחַר

    בָּחַר(b. h.; √בח, v. preced.) 1) to try, examine; v. infra. 2) (with ב) to choose, select, prefer. Tanḥ. Mishp. 11 בָּחַרְתָּ ביסורים יותרוכ׳ thou didst prefer sufferings to poverty. Mass. Sofrim XIII, 9; a. e.Part. Hof. מוּבְחָר chosen. מן המ׳ of the best, the best way. Bicc. I, 3; a. fr.מצוה מן המ׳ the most preferable way of performing a religious act. B. Kam.78b; a. fr.מ׳ מן המ׳ the very best. Y.Pes.VI, 33b top מ׳ דוחהוכ׳ for doing a thing (in the Temple) in the preferable way, you may set aside (the Sabbath law); for doing it in the best way, you dare not ; a. fr. Pi. בִּיחֵר to examine. Pesik. R. s. 33 (ref. to אבחר Job 29:25) הייתי שואלו וּמְבַחֲרוֹ I was in the habit of investigating and examining it; (ed. Fr. emends ומְבַהֲרוֹ, v. בָּחַר).

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  • 15 בטח

    בָּטַח(b. h.; √בט, v. בטי; cmp. רָוַח) to be at ease, without trouble, whence to trust. Ber.6b הו״ל לבְטוֹתַוכ׳ he ought to have trusted in the name of the Lord, but did not trust.Part. pass. בָּטוּחַ assured. Y.Naz.IV, end, 53c.Lev. R. s. 31 ב׳ שגוזר he may rest assured that ; a. fr. Hif. הִבְטִיחַ to assure, promise. Ber.17a הבטחה שה׳ the assurance which the Lord has given. Pesik. R. s. 1, beg. אע״פ שמתו המַבְטִיהִיןוכ׳ though those who gave the assurances, the prophets, are dead, but the Lord who promised (through them) is ever-living; a. fr.Part. Hof. מוּבְטָח (= בָּטוּחַ) confident, sure. Ber.4a מ׳ אני בך וכ׳ I am sure that thou rewardest Ib. b מ׳ לו may rest assured. Gitt.58a מוּבְטַחְנִי = מ׳ אני; a. fr.

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  • 16 בָּטַח

    בָּטַח(b. h.; √בט, v. בטי; cmp. רָוַח) to be at ease, without trouble, whence to trust. Ber.6b הו״ל לבְטוֹתַוכ׳ he ought to have trusted in the name of the Lord, but did not trust.Part. pass. בָּטוּחַ assured. Y.Naz.IV, end, 53c.Lev. R. s. 31 ב׳ שגוזר he may rest assured that ; a. fr. Hif. הִבְטִיחַ to assure, promise. Ber.17a הבטחה שה׳ the assurance which the Lord has given. Pesik. R. s. 1, beg. אע״פ שמתו המַבְטִיהִיןוכ׳ though those who gave the assurances, the prophets, are dead, but the Lord who promised (through them) is ever-living; a. fr.Part. Hof. מוּבְטָח (= בָּטוּחַ) confident, sure. Ber.4a מ׳ אני בך וכ׳ I am sure that thou rewardest Ib. b מ׳ לו may rest assured. Gitt.58a מוּבְטַחְנִי = מ׳ אני; a. fr.

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  • 17 בלל

    בָּלַל(b. h.; √בל; a) sec. r. of בול, ביל; √בו, בה, cmp. בִּין, to penetrate, break through, v. בלט; b) √בל, to crumble, soften, cmp. √מל; v. בלי, נבל, בלט in בולטיתא) to mix (with oil), knead, stir; to mix fodder. Zeb.XIV, 3 (112b) הבּוֹלֵל the priest who kneads the meat-offering with oil, v. בְּלִילָה. Dem. V, 5 בולל ונוטל (strike out ואוכל in Bab. ed., Ar. Var. בורר) he mixes the fruits and takes the tithe. Y.B. Kam.IV, beg.4a לִבְלֹול to mix up (coins in a bag.) Y.R. Hash. I, 56d bot.; Tanḥ. Noah 11, v. בּוּל III; a. fr.Part. pass. בָּלוּל, f. בְּלוּלָה. Snh.24a (play on בבל) ב׳ במקראוכ׳ mixed up (confused) in Bible study Y.Yeb.VIII, end, 9d קריבה בבלל, read בכָלִיל) v. בָּלוּל. Nif. נִבְלַל, Hof. הוּבְלָל to be mixed. Y.Maas. Sh. II, 53c, v. חָפַן. Men.XII, 4 (103b; 18b) ששים נבללין sixty measures of flour can be thoroughly mixed; v. בִּילָה. Ib. יכולים לְהִבָּלֵלY.Shek.VI, 49d bot. אש מוּבְלָלָה באש fire mixed with fire.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. עד שיִבָּלֲלוּוכ׳ until your speech shall become confounded from repeatedly saying, Enough; v. בלי. Y.Ber.VI, 10a top (play on בַּל) יִבָּלֲלוּוכ׳ all blessings shall be kneaded together Pilip. בִּלְבֵּל.

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  • 18 בָּלַל

    בָּלַל(b. h.; √בל; a) sec. r. of בול, ביל; √בו, בה, cmp. בִּין, to penetrate, break through, v. בלט; b) √בל, to crumble, soften, cmp. √מל; v. בלי, נבל, בלט in בולטיתא) to mix (with oil), knead, stir; to mix fodder. Zeb.XIV, 3 (112b) הבּוֹלֵל the priest who kneads the meat-offering with oil, v. בְּלִילָה. Dem. V, 5 בולל ונוטל (strike out ואוכל in Bab. ed., Ar. Var. בורר) he mixes the fruits and takes the tithe. Y.B. Kam.IV, beg.4a לִבְלֹול to mix up (coins in a bag.) Y.R. Hash. I, 56d bot.; Tanḥ. Noah 11, v. בּוּל III; a. fr.Part. pass. בָּלוּל, f. בְּלוּלָה. Snh.24a (play on בבל) ב׳ במקראוכ׳ mixed up (confused) in Bible study Y.Yeb.VIII, end, 9d קריבה בבלל, read בכָלִיל) v. בָּלוּל. Nif. נִבְלַל, Hof. הוּבְלָל to be mixed. Y.Maas. Sh. II, 53c, v. חָפַן. Men.XII, 4 (103b; 18b) ששים נבללין sixty measures of flour can be thoroughly mixed; v. בִּילָה. Ib. יכולים לְהִבָּלֵלY.Shek.VI, 49d bot. אש מוּבְלָלָה באש fire mixed with fire.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. עד שיִבָּלֲלוּוכ׳ until your speech shall become confounded from repeatedly saying, Enough; v. בלי. Y.Ber.VI, 10a top (play on בַּל) יִבָּלֲלוּוכ׳ all blessings shall be kneaded together Pilip. בִּלְבֵּל.

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  • 19 בלע

    בָּלַע(b. h.; √בל, v. בלל) to absorb, opp. פלט; to swallow, consume. Y.Shek.VI, 49c bot שהאור בּוֹלֵעַ … בּוֹלַעַת … בּוֹלְעִין the flame absorbs a portion of the oil, and so do the wood and the kettle. Ḥull.110b the liver when boiled with other meat פולטת ואינה ב׳ gives out (blood) but absorbs nothing from the other pieces. Y.Sabb.XIV, 14d top; Tosef. ib. XII (XIII), 9 but he may sip vinegar ובוֹלֵעַ and swallow it (opp. פלט to spit it out). Y.Ter.VIII, 45b bot. הלעוס כבָלוּעַ what is chewed is to be considered as swallowed. Ḥull.71a טומאה בְלוּעָה an unclean object (food) that has been swallowed.Snh.110a הַבְּלוּעִין those (of the band of Korah) that were swallowed up. Kel. IX, 6, v. דָּֽרְבָן; a. fr. Nif. נִבְלַע to be swallowed; with בין, to be absorbed, disappear. Sot.36b; Tanḥ. Vayigg. 4; Yalk. Gen. 150 (interpret, the name Bela, Gen. 46:21) שנ׳ בין האומות for he (Joseph) has disappeared among gentiles. Gen. R. s. 94; Yalk. l. c. שנבלע ממני he disappeared to me. Hif. הִבְלִיעַ to cause swallowing, to make absorb. Ex. R. s. 33 הִבְלַעְתָּ לקרח thou madst (the earth) swallow Korah. Ber.24b מַבְלִיעוֹ בטליתו he hides the spittle in his cloak; Y.Sabb.VII, 10b top. Ḥull.113a מַבְ׳ דם באברים causes the blood to remain in the meat (prevents it from flowing out).Trnsf. to sell something in connection with other things, in a lump, in the bargain. Bekh.31b מבליעווכ׳ he sells it (the meat) in the bargain with the hide B. Mets.64a; B. Kam. 118b one who robs his neighbor וה׳ לו בחשבון and makes up for it implicitly on settling his accounts. V. הַבְלָעָה. Hof. הוּבְלַע to be swallowed up; to mingle with, v. supra Nif.Part. מוּבְלַע. Ber.31b מ׳ בין אנשים mixing with people, expl. לא ארוךוכ׳ neither very tall (of average qualities). Erub.IV, 6 מ׳ ביניהן his property is enclosed between theirs (reaches into the limits of each). Y. ib. IV, 21d bot. עיירות המוּבְלָעוֹת inland-towns, opp. border-towns. Y.B. Bath. VII, 15cd מוּבְלָעִין בה fields which are enclosed by others belonging to the same estate. Hithpa. הִתְבַּלֵעַ to be swallowed up, to disappear. Midr. Till. to Ps. 11, beg. מִתְבַּלֵּעַ מןוכ׳ he disappears from the world (forfeits his life).

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  • 20 בָּלַע

    בָּלַע(b. h.; √בל, v. בלל) to absorb, opp. פלט; to swallow, consume. Y.Shek.VI, 49c bot שהאור בּוֹלֵעַ … בּוֹלַעַת … בּוֹלְעִין the flame absorbs a portion of the oil, and so do the wood and the kettle. Ḥull.110b the liver when boiled with other meat פולטת ואינה ב׳ gives out (blood) but absorbs nothing from the other pieces. Y.Sabb.XIV, 14d top; Tosef. ib. XII (XIII), 9 but he may sip vinegar ובוֹלֵעַ and swallow it (opp. פלט to spit it out). Y.Ter.VIII, 45b bot. הלעוס כבָלוּעַ what is chewed is to be considered as swallowed. Ḥull.71a טומאה בְלוּעָה an unclean object (food) that has been swallowed.Snh.110a הַבְּלוּעִין those (of the band of Korah) that were swallowed up. Kel. IX, 6, v. דָּֽרְבָן; a. fr. Nif. נִבְלַע to be swallowed; with בין, to be absorbed, disappear. Sot.36b; Tanḥ. Vayigg. 4; Yalk. Gen. 150 (interpret, the name Bela, Gen. 46:21) שנ׳ בין האומות for he (Joseph) has disappeared among gentiles. Gen. R. s. 94; Yalk. l. c. שנבלע ממני he disappeared to me. Hif. הִבְלִיעַ to cause swallowing, to make absorb. Ex. R. s. 33 הִבְלַעְתָּ לקרח thou madst (the earth) swallow Korah. Ber.24b מַבְלִיעוֹ בטליתו he hides the spittle in his cloak; Y.Sabb.VII, 10b top. Ḥull.113a מַבְ׳ דם באברים causes the blood to remain in the meat (prevents it from flowing out).Trnsf. to sell something in connection with other things, in a lump, in the bargain. Bekh.31b מבליעווכ׳ he sells it (the meat) in the bargain with the hide B. Mets.64a; B. Kam. 118b one who robs his neighbor וה׳ לו בחשבון and makes up for it implicitly on settling his accounts. V. הַבְלָעָה. Hof. הוּבְלַע to be swallowed up; to mingle with, v. supra Nif.Part. מוּבְלַע. Ber.31b מ׳ בין אנשים mixing with people, expl. לא ארוךוכ׳ neither very tall (of average qualities). Erub.IV, 6 מ׳ ביניהן his property is enclosed between theirs (reaches into the limits of each). Y. ib. IV, 21d bot. עיירות המוּבְלָעוֹת inland-towns, opp. border-towns. Y.B. Bath. VII, 15cd מוּבְלָעִין בה fields which are enclosed by others belonging to the same estate. Hithpa. הִתְבַּלֵעַ to be swallowed up, to disappear. Midr. Till. to Ps. 11, beg. מִתְבַּלֵּעַ מןוכ׳ he disappears from the world (forfeits his life).

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