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  • 1 תושב יוון

    greek

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  • 2 אלנסטי

    אֲלִנִסְטִי, אֲלוּנִיסְתִּין(read אלי׳ ἑλληνιστί) Hellenic, in Greek. Tanḥ. Tsav, 2 (a gloss) לשון א׳קטבך קטאב״א in Greek katabkha (Hos. 13:14) means κατάβα descend; v. Yalk. Jer. 333. Y.Sot.VII, beg.21b שמע קלון קריין שמע אלונ׳ heard them read the Shma in Greek.

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  • 3 אֲלִנִסְטִי

    אֲלִנִסְטִי, אֲלוּנִיסְתִּין(read אלי׳ ἑλληνιστί) Hellenic, in Greek. Tanḥ. Tsav, 2 (a gloss) לשון א׳קטבך קטאב״א in Greek katabkha (Hos. 13:14) means κατάβα descend; v. Yalk. Jer. 333. Y.Sot.VII, beg.21b שמע קלון קריין שמע אלונ׳ heard them read the Shma in Greek.

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  • 4 אֲלוּנִיסְתִּין

    אֲלִנִסְטִי, אֲלוּנִיסְתִּין(read אלי׳ ἑλληνιστί) Hellenic, in Greek. Tanḥ. Tsav, 2 (a gloss) לשון א׳קטבך קטאב״א in Greek katabkha (Hos. 13:14) means κατάβα descend; v. Yalk. Jer. 333. Y.Sot.VII, beg.21b שמע קלון קריין שמע אלונ׳ heard them read the Shma in Greek.

    Jewish literature > אֲלוּנִיסְתִּין

  • 5 הלני

    adj. Hellenic; Greek
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    n. Hellenic; Greek

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  • 6 אודניה

    odynia, pain (Greek)

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  • 7 אוזו

    Ouzo, strong anise-flavored alcoholic drink (Greek)

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  • 8 היוונים הקדמונים

    the Ancient Greek

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  • 9 אגריאון

    אַגְרִיאוֹן, אַגְרִיּוֹןm. (ἄγριος, neut. or. acc.) wild (opp. אִימִירוֹן q. v.); rough. Gen. R. s. 77; Cant. R. to III, 6 כלב א׳. Num. R. s. 11 (refer, to Gen. 3:8) שומע הקול א׳ after sinning, Adam heard the divine voice as a harsh one. Cant. R. to III, 7 (corr. acc.). Pesik. R. s. 15 בזעף א׳ וכ׳ … (leave out hebr. words as glosses to explain the Greek).

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  • 10 אַגְרִיאוֹן

    אַגְרִיאוֹן, אַגְרִיּוֹןm. (ἄγριος, neut. or. acc.) wild (opp. אִימִירוֹן q. v.); rough. Gen. R. s. 77; Cant. R. to III, 6 כלב א׳. Num. R. s. 11 (refer, to Gen. 3:8) שומע הקול א׳ after sinning, Adam heard the divine voice as a harsh one. Cant. R. to III, 7 (corr. acc.). Pesik. R. s. 15 בזעף א׳ וכ׳ … (leave out hebr. words as glosses to explain the Greek).

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  • 11 אַגְרִיּוֹן

    אַגְרִיאוֹן, אַגְרִיּוֹןm. (ἄγριος, neut. or. acc.) wild (opp. אִימִירוֹן q. v.); rough. Gen. R. s. 77; Cant. R. to III, 6 כלב א׳. Num. R. s. 11 (refer, to Gen. 3:8) שומע הקול א׳ after sinning, Adam heard the divine voice as a harsh one. Cant. R. to III, 7 (corr. acc.). Pesik. R. s. 15 בזעף א׳ וכ׳ … (leave out hebr. words as glosses to explain the Greek).

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  • 12 אסטלא

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 13 אצטלא

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 14 אִסְטְלָא

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 15 אִצְטְלָא

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 16 אִסְטוֹלָא

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 17 אִי׳

    אִסְטְלָא, אִצְטְלָא, אִסְטוֹלָא, אִי׳f. (Ispe. noun of טל, טלל; cmp. טַלִּית) robe, garment. Targ. Y. Gen. 9:23; a. fr.Sabb.128a א׳ הראוייה לו a robe becoming his position. M. Kat. 28b (prov.) שיול א׳וכ׳ the grave is a fine robe for the freeman whose outfit is complete (well becoming old and virtuous age). B. Mets.17a; a. e.Pl. אִסְטְלִין, אִסְטְלֵי, אִסְטַלְוָון, אִצְ׳ דלבושין a suit of clothes. Targ. Gen. 45:22; (ed. Berl. אוּסְטְלַוָּן; ib. Y. אסטלוי ולבוש, read אסטלי דלבוש).Y.Ber.III, 6d bot. (v. margin. note ed. Krot.). M. Kat. 24a. Y.Snh.X, 29b. Koh. R. to XI, 1 א׳ דלבושן v. supra.Cmp. אִסְטַלִּית.Y.Shek.III, 47c bot. אסטלי של זהב, read אִיסְטְרֵי; v. אִיסְתִּירָא. (Although our w. coincides, in meaning and sound, with στολή in its poëtic and older sense as ‘an outfit, yet the form of its Hebrew equivalent ( אסטלית) and the laws regulating the borrowing of words, as well as its appearance in so remote a dialect as the Mandaic (as עצטלא) forbid the derivation from the Greek.

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  • 18 פרוזבוטיס

    פְּרוּזְבּוּטֵיסm. (πρεσβευτής, v. preced.) ambassador, legate. Ex. R. s. 42 מדינה ששלחה פ׳ לעטרוכ׳ (not … טים) a province that sent a legate to offer a crown to the king. Tanḥ. Vayigg. 6 שלה יהורה פרוזבטים אצלו (corr. acc.) he (Jacob) sent Judah as an ambassador to him (Joseph). Yalk. Esth. 1058 שונאי הוא שירדתי עמו בפ׳ he (Mordecai) is my enemy, since I came down with him (from Palestine) as a legate (to plead against the building of the Temple, v. preced.).Pl. פְּרוּזְבּוּטִין. Ylamd. to Deut. 1:1, quot. in Ar. פרזבטין, v. פְּרוֹזְבִּיטְרֹון.Greek pl. פְּרוּזְבּוּטֵי q. v.

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  • 19 פְּרוּזְבּוּטֵיס

    פְּרוּזְבּוּטֵיסm. (πρεσβευτής, v. preced.) ambassador, legate. Ex. R. s. 42 מדינה ששלחה פ׳ לעטרוכ׳ (not … טים) a province that sent a legate to offer a crown to the king. Tanḥ. Vayigg. 6 שלה יהורה פרוזבטים אצלו (corr. acc.) he (Jacob) sent Judah as an ambassador to him (Joseph). Yalk. Esth. 1058 שונאי הוא שירדתי עמו בפ׳ he (Mordecai) is my enemy, since I came down with him (from Palestine) as a legate (to plead against the building of the Temple, v. preced.).Pl. פְּרוּזְבּוּטִין. Ylamd. to Deut. 1:1, quot. in Ar. פרזבטין, v. פְּרוֹזְבִּיטְרֹון.Greek pl. פְּרוּזְבּוּטֵי q. v.

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