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  • 121 רמטכל

    Chief of Staff

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  • 122 רמטכלים

    Chief of Staff

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  • 123 שופט ראשי

    chief justice

    Hebrew-English dictionary > שופט ראשי

  • 124 שייח

    sheikh, leader, chief, tribal patriarch (in Islamic countries)

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  • 125 שייח חסן נאסראללה

    Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, Sheikh Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, Hassan Nasrallah (born 1960), leader and Secretary General of the Lebanese Islamist group Hezbollah

    Hebrew-English dictionary > שייח חסן נאסראללה

  • 126 שייח סייד חסן נאסראללה

    Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah (born 1960), Hassan Nasrallah, leader and Secretary General of the Lebanese Islamist group Hezbollah

    Hebrew-English dictionary > שייח סייד חסן נאסראללה

  • 127 שיך

    adj. belonging, relevant
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    v. be attributed, ascribed
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    v. belong to
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    v. to attribute, ascribe
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    sheikh, leader, chief, tribal patriarch (in Islamic countries)

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  • 128 שר

    v. be dropped, shed, molted
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    v. be immersed
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    v. be inspired, induced
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    v. be soaked, immersed, steeped
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    v. be sung
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    v. to drop, let fall, shed, moult
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    v. to immerse
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    v. to inspire, evoke, induce
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    v. to sing; praise; write poetry
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    v. to soak, immerse; rest, dwell; prevail
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    minister, secretary

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  • 129 שרה

    minister, secretary

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  • 130 תאל

    Brigadir General, Chief of Staff

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  • 131 תאלים

    Brigadir General, Chief of Staff

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  • 132 אב II

    אָבII m. (b. h.; אבה, cmp. אֵם), const. אֲבִי, אַב (embracer), father, ancestor, progenitor; teacher; chief, leader; author, originator. Ex. R. s. 46 end המגדל אב the educator is the real father. Lev. R. s. 1 אבי החכמהוכ׳, the father of all wisdom,. the father of prophets. Y.Ned.V, 39b; a. fr.אַב בית דין (abbr. אב״ד) president of the Court (Great Sanhedrin), next in dignity to the Nassi. Taan.II, 1; a. fr.Metaph. origin, cause. Num. R. s. 10 (play on אֲבוֹי, Prov. 23:29) א׳ אוי the cause of woe (sin). אב מלאכה (for which also עיקר) one of the chief labors forbidden on the Sabbath, opp. תולדה a labor the prohibition of which is based on the ground of its being a species of the former, or derived from the former. Sabb.VII, 1 sq.; a. fr.Y.Sabb.II, 5a, אב שלה, sub. מלאכה. אב הטומאה one of the original or direct causes of levitical uncleanness, opp. ולד (child) secondary cause. Toh. I, 5; a. fr.א׳ הנזק v. Pl.בנין א׳ creation of a class, i. e. a conclusion, by analogy, from a case explicitly stated in the bibl. law on all similar cases not specified in detail. Sifra introd.Ib. Kdoshim, end, ch. 11 (ref. to Lev. 20:27) זה ב׳ א׳ לכל דמיהם בם this forms the rule for all cases in which the Bible uses the word dmēhem bam (that the penalty is stoning to death); a. fr.; v. also בֵּית אב.Pl. אָבוֹת־, const. אֲבוֹת, 1) fathers, ancestors, patriarchs Ber.26b prayers א׳ תקנום have been instituted by the Patriarchs; a. fr. אבות בתי דינין, v. supra. Hag. 2:2,בת א׳ a woman of noble descent. Num. R. s. 1; a. e.Metaph. principal, chief א׳ מלאכות, v. supra. א׳ חטומא׳ Kel. I, 1; v. supra.א׳ מזיקין (sing. אב הנזק) the chief actionable injuries or damages, from which the subordinate are deduced ( תולדות). B. Kam.I, 1; a. e. 2) Aboth, the first section of the Prayer of Benedictions (v. תְּפִלָּה), so called because it alludes to the Patriarchs. R. Hash. IV, 5; a. fr. 3) Aboth, name of a treatise of the Mishnah, containing sayings of Talmudic authorities and belonging to the fourth section, נזיקין, of the Mishnah collection ( משניות); also styled פִּרְקֵי א׳ a. מְסֶכֶת א׳. A similar collection of a later date is contained in Talmud Babli editions, named א׳ דרבי נתן Aboth dRabbi Nathan. Y.Yoma VIII, 44d top אב בית נפש v. אֲבֵידָה.

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  • 133 אָב

    אָבII m. (b. h.; אבה, cmp. אֵם), const. אֲבִי, אַב (embracer), father, ancestor, progenitor; teacher; chief, leader; author, originator. Ex. R. s. 46 end המגדל אב the educator is the real father. Lev. R. s. 1 אבי החכמהוכ׳, the father of all wisdom,. the father of prophets. Y.Ned.V, 39b; a. fr.אַב בית דין (abbr. אב״ד) president of the Court (Great Sanhedrin), next in dignity to the Nassi. Taan.II, 1; a. fr.Metaph. origin, cause. Num. R. s. 10 (play on אֲבוֹי, Prov. 23:29) א׳ אוי the cause of woe (sin). אב מלאכה (for which also עיקר) one of the chief labors forbidden on the Sabbath, opp. תולדה a labor the prohibition of which is based on the ground of its being a species of the former, or derived from the former. Sabb.VII, 1 sq.; a. fr.Y.Sabb.II, 5a, אב שלה, sub. מלאכה. אב הטומאה one of the original or direct causes of levitical uncleanness, opp. ולד (child) secondary cause. Toh. I, 5; a. fr.א׳ הנזק v. Pl.בנין א׳ creation of a class, i. e. a conclusion, by analogy, from a case explicitly stated in the bibl. law on all similar cases not specified in detail. Sifra introd.Ib. Kdoshim, end, ch. 11 (ref. to Lev. 20:27) זה ב׳ א׳ לכל דמיהם בם this forms the rule for all cases in which the Bible uses the word dmēhem bam (that the penalty is stoning to death); a. fr.; v. also בֵּית אב.Pl. אָבוֹת־, const. אֲבוֹת, 1) fathers, ancestors, patriarchs Ber.26b prayers א׳ תקנום have been instituted by the Patriarchs; a. fr. אבות בתי דינין, v. supra. Hag. 2:2,בת א׳ a woman of noble descent. Num. R. s. 1; a. e.Metaph. principal, chief א׳ מלאכות, v. supra. א׳ חטומא׳ Kel. I, 1; v. supra.א׳ מזיקין (sing. אב הנזק) the chief actionable injuries or damages, from which the subordinate are deduced ( תולדות). B. Kam.I, 1; a. e. 2) Aboth, the first section of the Prayer of Benedictions (v. תְּפִלָּה), so called because it alludes to the Patriarchs. R. Hash. IV, 5; a. fr. 3) Aboth, name of a treatise of the Mishnah, containing sayings of Talmudic authorities and belonging to the fourth section, נזיקין, of the Mishnah collection ( משניות); also styled פִּרְקֵי א׳ a. מְסֶכֶת א׳. A similar collection of a later date is contained in Talmud Babli editions, named א׳ דרבי נתן Aboth dRabbi Nathan. Y.Yoma VIII, 44d top אב בית נפש v. אֲבֵידָה.

    Jewish literature > אָב

  • 134 אבטליון

    אַבְטַלְיוֹןpr. n. m. Abtalion (Greco-Romanized by Josephus Πολλίων, Pollio), name of a Chief Justice of the Sanhedrial court in the days of Hyrcan II and of Herod. Aboth I, 10; 11. Eduyoth I, 3. Yoma 71b; a. e.

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  • 135 אַבְטַלְיוֹן

    אַבְטַלְיוֹןpr. n. m. Abtalion (Greco-Romanized by Josephus Πολλίων, Pollio), name of a Chief Justice of the Sanhedrial court in the days of Hyrcan II and of Herod. Aboth I, 10; 11. Eduyoth I, 3. Yoma 71b; a. e.

    Jewish literature > אַבְטַלְיוֹן

  • 136 אח I

    אָחI m. (b. h.; אחה; cmp. אָב) brother, kinsman; fellow, equal, fellow-believer Meg.11a (play on ăhashverosh, Ahasverus) אָ̇חִ̇יו ש̇ל ר̇אש̇וכ׳ a brother (in cruelty) to the chief tyrant (Nebucadn.); a. fr.Pl. אַחִים, אַחִין. Gen. R. s. 89, beg. (play on āḥu, Gen. 41:2) in years of plenty הבריות נעשו א׳וכ׳ people are brotherly to each other. Ib. s. 99 אחים דפחתאוכ׳ brothers to the degraded woman (Dinah), … but not to Joseph; a. fr.Cant. R. to VIII, 1 שני אחים brother and sister.

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  • 137 אָח

    אָחI m. (b. h.; אחה; cmp. אָב) brother, kinsman; fellow, equal, fellow-believer Meg.11a (play on ăhashverosh, Ahasverus) אָ̇חִ̇יו ש̇ל ר̇אש̇וכ׳ a brother (in cruelty) to the chief tyrant (Nebucadn.); a. fr.Pl. אַחִים, אַחִין. Gen. R. s. 89, beg. (play on āḥu, Gen. 41:2) in years of plenty הבריות נעשו א׳וכ׳ people are brotherly to each other. Ib. s. 99 אחים דפחתאוכ׳ brothers to the degraded woman (Dinah), … but not to Joseph; a. fr.Cant. R. to VIII, 1 שני אחים brother and sister.

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  • 138 אלוף

    אַלּוּףm. (b. h.; אלף) prince, chief. Gen. R. s. 20 beg. אלופֹו של עולם the worlds chief ( Aleph, i. e. Adam).

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  • 139 אַלּוּף

    אַלּוּףm. (b. h.; אלף) prince, chief. Gen. R. s. 20 beg. אלופֹו של עולם the worlds chief ( Aleph, i. e. Adam).

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  • 140 אלטיכסייא

    אלטיכסייא, אלטיכסייה,Gen. R. s. 8 א׳ שלך Ar., ed. תכסיס א׳ שלך …, Yalk. Ps. 834 תכסיס אלתמסין, prob. אַלְטַכְסִיסִין (v. אַל־ a. טַכְסִיס) chief of the court-ceremonies (i. e. the angel of Truth); Rashi: seal (?).

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