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  • 201 גְּדוּלָּה

    גְּדוּלָּהf. (b. h.; גדל) greatness, distinction, dignity, wealth, high position, office. Gitt.59a תורה וג׳ במקום א׳ learning and high office combined in one person. Ber.61a בג׳ מתחילין מן הגדולוכ׳ for distinction the superior is first mentioned, for degradation the inferior. Erub.13b מחזר על הג׳ hunting for office. Ib. 54a עולה לג׳ will rise to distinction. Y.Ter.V, 43c top למשחה לג׳וכ׳ for ointment (Num. 18:11) means for installation in office, for unguent, and for lighting. Meg.31a גְּדוּלָּתוֹ של הקב״ה Ms. M. (ed. גבורתו) a description of the greatness of the Lord. Ex. R. s. 3 end הלב ששמח בגדוּלַּת אחיווכ׳ the heart (of Aaron) which rejoiced over a brothers distinction shall wear the Urim ; a. fr.

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  • 202 גדל I, גדל

    גָּדַלI, גָּדֵל (b. h.; v. גדל II) to be high, to grow, be large, tall. Ex. R. s. 1 שהיה גָדֵל שלאוכ׳ he was extraordinarily tall for his age. Ib. וכי אין הכל גְּדֵילִים do not all children grow?Y.Maasr.I, 49a, v. טְפוּס; a. fr. Fem. גְּדֵילָה, pl. גְּדֵילוֹת. Succ.34a; a. fr. Pi. גִּדֵּל, גִּידֵּל 1) to raise (of live stock and of plants); to rear, train. Kil. VIII, 1 מּותרים לגַדֵּל you are permitted to raise. Snh.19b מיכל גִּידְּלָה Michal reared (Mirabs children). Ib.; Meg.13a המְגַדֵּל יתוםוכ׳ he who educates an orphan in his house. Gen. R. s. 98 הינ … מְגַדְּלִים שער they let their hair grow (in mourning). Erub.100b מְגַדָּלֶת שער she lets her hair grow (does not cut it); a. fr. 2) to raise to dignity, make famous; to praise. Hor.9a (ref. to Lev. 21:10) whence do we know אם אין לו שחייבין לגַדְּלוֹ when he (the Highpriest) is poor, that they (the brethren) are bound to raise him (make him independent)? Ib. גַּדְּלֵהוּ משל אחיו raise him by a collection from his brethren (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.). Esth. R. to III, 1 למה גִדְּלוֹ for what purpose did (the Lord) raise him? Yalk. Esth. 1053 עד היכן גִּידְּלוֹוכ׳ how high did he raise him? Fifty cubits (to the gallows); a. fr.Y.Meg.III, end, 74c (ref. to הגדול, Neh. 8:6) במה גִידְּלֹו wherewith did he magnify the Lord (describe His greatness)?; Yoma 69b ג׳ בשםוכ׳ he praised the Lord by pronouncing the tetragrammaton; Y.Ber.VII, 11c גודלו (corr. acc.)Part. pass. מְגוּרָּל well grown. Ber.11a; a. fr.Kidd.49a, b, v. גַּדֶּלֶת. Hif. הִגְדִּיל to grow up, to become of age. Yeb.X, 9 וּמִשֶּׁהִ׳ and after he is of age. Ib. XIII, 1 עד שתַּגְדִּיל until she becomes of age; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְגַּדֵּל, Nithpa. נִתְגַּדֵּל 1) to be raised to dignity. Esth. R. to III, 1 יִתְגַּדֵּל ואח״כ יתלה let him first become great and then be hanged. Gen. R. s. 99, end (play on פֹּרָת, Gen. 49:22) ע״י פָּרוֹת נ׳ by means of cows (Pharaohs dream) was he raised to power; a. fr. 2) to be magnified. Y.Ber.IX, 14a top; Y.Taan.I, 64b top יִתְגַּדֵּלוכ׳ may Thy Name be glorified, sanctified ; a. e. 3) to glorify ones self, to boast, parade. Ned.62a; Ab. IV, 5 אל תעשם עטרה להִתְגַּדֵּל בהם make them (the words of the Law) not a crown to parade therewith. 4) to grow, prosper, be nursed. Tanḥ. Vzoth 1; Pesik. ib. p. 199a> הרי … מִתְגַּדֵּל עמו the poison-bearing tree will be nursed along with it (the health-giving tree). Tanḥ. Bresh. 7 נִתְגַּדַּלְתָּ וחטאת thou didst grow older and didst sin, opp. תינוק היית; a. fr.

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  • 203 גָּדַל

    גָּדַלI, גָּדֵל (b. h.; v. גדל II) to be high, to grow, be large, tall. Ex. R. s. 1 שהיה גָדֵל שלאוכ׳ he was extraordinarily tall for his age. Ib. וכי אין הכל גְּדֵילִים do not all children grow?Y.Maasr.I, 49a, v. טְפוּס; a. fr. Fem. גְּדֵילָה, pl. גְּדֵילוֹת. Succ.34a; a. fr. Pi. גִּדֵּל, גִּידֵּל 1) to raise (of live stock and of plants); to rear, train. Kil. VIII, 1 מּותרים לגַדֵּל you are permitted to raise. Snh.19b מיכל גִּידְּלָה Michal reared (Mirabs children). Ib.; Meg.13a המְגַדֵּל יתוםוכ׳ he who educates an orphan in his house. Gen. R. s. 98 הינ … מְגַדְּלִים שער they let their hair grow (in mourning). Erub.100b מְגַדָּלֶת שער she lets her hair grow (does not cut it); a. fr. 2) to raise to dignity, make famous; to praise. Hor.9a (ref. to Lev. 21:10) whence do we know אם אין לו שחייבין לגַדְּלוֹ when he (the Highpriest) is poor, that they (the brethren) are bound to raise him (make him independent)? Ib. גַּדְּלֵהוּ משל אחיו raise him by a collection from his brethren (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.). Esth. R. to III, 1 למה גִדְּלוֹ for what purpose did (the Lord) raise him? Yalk. Esth. 1053 עד היכן גִּידְּלוֹוכ׳ how high did he raise him? Fifty cubits (to the gallows); a. fr.Y.Meg.III, end, 74c (ref. to הגדול, Neh. 8:6) במה גִידְּלֹו wherewith did he magnify the Lord (describe His greatness)?; Yoma 69b ג׳ בשםוכ׳ he praised the Lord by pronouncing the tetragrammaton; Y.Ber.VII, 11c גודלו (corr. acc.)Part. pass. מְגוּרָּל well grown. Ber.11a; a. fr.Kidd.49a, b, v. גַּדֶּלֶת. Hif. הִגְדִּיל to grow up, to become of age. Yeb.X, 9 וּמִשֶּׁהִ׳ and after he is of age. Ib. XIII, 1 עד שתַּגְדִּיל until she becomes of age; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְגַּדֵּל, Nithpa. נִתְגַּדֵּל 1) to be raised to dignity. Esth. R. to III, 1 יִתְגַּדֵּל ואח״כ יתלה let him first become great and then be hanged. Gen. R. s. 99, end (play on פֹּרָת, Gen. 49:22) ע״י פָּרוֹת נ׳ by means of cows (Pharaohs dream) was he raised to power; a. fr. 2) to be magnified. Y.Ber.IX, 14a top; Y.Taan.I, 64b top יִתְגַּדֵּלוכ׳ may Thy Name be glorified, sanctified ; a. e. 3) to glorify ones self, to boast, parade. Ned.62a; Ab. IV, 5 אל תעשם עטרה להִתְגַּדֵּל בהם make them (the words of the Law) not a crown to parade therewith. 4) to grow, prosper, be nursed. Tanḥ. Vzoth 1; Pesik. ib. p. 199a> הרי … מִתְגַּדֵּל עמו the poison-bearing tree will be nursed along with it (the health-giving tree). Tanḥ. Bresh. 7 נִתְגַּדַּלְתָּ וחטאת thou didst grow older and didst sin, opp. תינוק היית; a. fr.

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  • 204 גדע

    גָּדַע(b. h.; v. גדד I) to cut, chop, lop off.Y.Sabb.IV, end, 7a חריות שגְּדָעָןוכ׳ twigs which one cut off (trimming the date tree) with the intention of using them for (Bab. ib. 50a גדר).Part. pass. גָּדוּעַ, f. גְּדוּעָה; pl. גְּדוּעִים, גְּדוּעוֹת. Midr. Till. to Ps. 75, end קרני ישראל ג׳ the horns (power) of Israel are lopped off (checked). Pi. גִּידֵּע, גִּידַּע. Ib.; Midr. Sam. ch. V, end קרנות שג׳ צדיקווכ׳ the horns which the Righteous One of the world (the Lord) has lopped. Nif. נִגְדָּע to be lopped, diminished. Cant. R. to III, 7 נ׳ גובהוכ׳ (Var. נגרע, v. גרע) Adams high stature was reduced. (V. גָּיַע.

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  • 205 גָּדַע

    גָּדַע(b. h.; v. גדד I) to cut, chop, lop off.Y.Sabb.IV, end, 7a חריות שגְּדָעָןוכ׳ twigs which one cut off (trimming the date tree) with the intention of using them for (Bab. ib. 50a גדר).Part. pass. גָּדוּעַ, f. גְּדוּעָה; pl. גְּדוּעִים, גְּדוּעוֹת. Midr. Till. to Ps. 75, end קרני ישראל ג׳ the horns (power) of Israel are lopped off (checked). Pi. גִּידֵּע, גִּידַּע. Ib.; Midr. Sam. ch. V, end קרנות שג׳ צדיקווכ׳ the horns which the Righteous One of the world (the Lord) has lopped. Nif. נִגְדָּע to be lopped, diminished. Cant. R. to III, 7 נ׳ גובהוכ׳ (Var. נגרע, v. גרע) Adams high stature was reduced. (V. גָּיַע.

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  • 206 גדף

    גָּדַף(b. h.; cmp. preced.) to cut, scrape. Part. pass. גָּדוּף, pl. גְּדוּפִין. Pes.42a מים הג׳ Ar., v. גָּרַף.מיתה גְדוּפָה, v. infra. Pi. גִּדֵּף, גִּידֵּף 1) to hollow out, scrape or chisel so as to form an enclosure or rim (cmp. גדפא, גדנפא). 2) to scrape, to empty to the dregs. Kerith. 7b (explain. מגדף, Num. 15:30, as a metaphor) as one says to his neighbor גִּדַּפְתָּ את הקערה וחיסרת Ar. (ed. גֵירַ׳; Sifré Num. 112 גֵרַרְתָּה מןוכ׳) thou hast scraped out the dish and lessened the thickness of the vessel (i. e. besides worshipping the forces of Nature to impair, so to speak, the supremacy of the Creator); he who thus explains, is of the opinion that מגדף means blaspheming the Divine Name; ג׳ הקערה ולאוכ׳ thou hast scraped the dish clean but not impaired it (i. e. to worship natural forces without denying the Divine supremacy); he who thus explains, is of the opinion that מגדף is a worshipper of idols; Y.Snh.VII, 25b top גיר׳ את כלוכ׳ thou hast emptied the whole dish and left nothing in it, i. e. thou hast erased the entire Law; Sifré l. c. גררתהוכ׳).Trnsf. (cmp. ארר, קלל, נקב) to blaspheme (God); to revile, reproach. Kerith. I, 2 אף המְגַדֵּף the blasphemer is also excluded from the rule (and has not to offer a sacrifice in the case of sinning through ignorance); expl. ib. 7b, v. supra. Snh.VII, 5; a. fr.Num. R. s. 10 לפי שהיה מחרפם ומְגַדְּפָם בנחיצה לכן מת מיתה גְדוּפָהוכ׳ because be (Sisera) disgraced and reviled them (the Israelites) with oppressive measures, therefore he died an ignominious death, for (the Lord) delivered him into the hands of a woman; a. fr.

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  • 207 גָּדַף

    גָּדַף(b. h.; cmp. preced.) to cut, scrape. Part. pass. גָּדוּף, pl. גְּדוּפִין. Pes.42a מים הג׳ Ar., v. גָּרַף.מיתה גְדוּפָה, v. infra. Pi. גִּדֵּף, גִּידֵּף 1) to hollow out, scrape or chisel so as to form an enclosure or rim (cmp. גדפא, גדנפא). 2) to scrape, to empty to the dregs. Kerith. 7b (explain. מגדף, Num. 15:30, as a metaphor) as one says to his neighbor גִּדַּפְתָּ את הקערה וחיסרת Ar. (ed. גֵירַ׳; Sifré Num. 112 גֵרַרְתָּה מןוכ׳) thou hast scraped out the dish and lessened the thickness of the vessel (i. e. besides worshipping the forces of Nature to impair, so to speak, the supremacy of the Creator); he who thus explains, is of the opinion that מגדף means blaspheming the Divine Name; ג׳ הקערה ולאוכ׳ thou hast scraped the dish clean but not impaired it (i. e. to worship natural forces without denying the Divine supremacy); he who thus explains, is of the opinion that מגדף is a worshipper of idols; Y.Snh.VII, 25b top גיר׳ את כלוכ׳ thou hast emptied the whole dish and left nothing in it, i. e. thou hast erased the entire Law; Sifré l. c. גררתהוכ׳).Trnsf. (cmp. ארר, קלל, נקב) to blaspheme (God); to revile, reproach. Kerith. I, 2 אף המְגַדֵּף the blasphemer is also excluded from the rule (and has not to offer a sacrifice in the case of sinning through ignorance); expl. ib. 7b, v. supra. Snh.VII, 5; a. fr.Num. R. s. 10 לפי שהיה מחרפם ומְגַדְּפָם בנחיצה לכן מת מיתה גְדוּפָהוכ׳ because be (Sisera) disgraced and reviled them (the Israelites) with oppressive measures, therefore he died an ignominious death, for (the Lord) delivered him into the hands of a woman; a. fr.

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  • 208 גדפן

    גַּדְּפָן, גֹּודְפָןm. ( גדף) blasphemer.Pl. גַּדְּפָנִין, גֹּודְ׳. Y.M. Kat. III, 83b משרבו הגד׳וכ׳ since the (gentile) blasphemers (of the Lord) became too numerous, they (the Israelites) ceased to rend their garments (on hearing blasphemy); Y.Snh.VII, 25b top הגי׳ (corr. acc.).Y.Yoma VII, 44c top; Cant. R. to IV, 4 על הגו׳ (Lev. R. s. 10 על המְגַדְּפִים) atones for the blasphemers.

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  • 209 גודפן

    גַּדְּפָן, גֹּודְפָןm. ( גדף) blasphemer.Pl. גַּדְּפָנִין, גֹּודְ׳. Y.M. Kat. III, 83b משרבו הגד׳וכ׳ since the (gentile) blasphemers (of the Lord) became too numerous, they (the Israelites) ceased to rend their garments (on hearing blasphemy); Y.Snh.VII, 25b top הגי׳ (corr. acc.).Y.Yoma VII, 44c top; Cant. R. to IV, 4 על הגו׳ (Lev. R. s. 10 על המְגַדְּפִים) atones for the blasphemers.

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  • 210 גַּדְּפָן

    גַּדְּפָן, גֹּודְפָןm. ( גדף) blasphemer.Pl. גַּדְּפָנִין, גֹּודְ׳. Y.M. Kat. III, 83b משרבו הגד׳וכ׳ since the (gentile) blasphemers (of the Lord) became too numerous, they (the Israelites) ceased to rend their garments (on hearing blasphemy); Y.Snh.VII, 25b top הגי׳ (corr. acc.).Y.Yoma VII, 44c top; Cant. R. to IV, 4 על הגו׳ (Lev. R. s. 10 על המְגַדְּפִים) atones for the blasphemers.

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  • 211 גֹּודְפָן

    גַּדְּפָן, גֹּודְפָןm. ( גדף) blasphemer.Pl. גַּדְּפָנִין, גֹּודְ׳. Y.M. Kat. III, 83b משרבו הגד׳וכ׳ since the (gentile) blasphemers (of the Lord) became too numerous, they (the Israelites) ceased to rend their garments (on hearing blasphemy); Y.Snh.VII, 25b top הגי׳ (corr. acc.).Y.Yoma VII, 44c top; Cant. R. to IV, 4 על הגו׳ (Lev. R. s. 10 על המְגַדְּפִים) atones for the blasphemers.

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  • 212 גהץ

    גָּהַץ(cmp. גהט) to be bright, glad, willing. Gen. R. s. 39 (combine text of ed. with vers, of Ar. and read:) וא״ת שלא ג׳ אברהם ושמח על דבור המקום שאילו ג׳ ושמח למה לא יצא and if you will say, Abraham was not glad and joyful over the command of the Lord (to leave his home), for if he were so, why did he not emigrate (until he was commanded)? Pi. גִּיהֵץ, Hif. הִגְהִיץ to polish ( clothes), iron, gloss. Cant. R. to IV, 11 the cloud rubbed their clothes ומַגְהִיצָן and polished them; Midr. Till. to Ps. 23 ומְגַהֲצָן; Yalk. Deut. 850; Ps. 691 ענני כביד היו מְגַהֲצִיןוכ׳; Pesik. Bshall. p. 92a> מַגְהִיצִיםוכ׳; (Deut. R. s. 7 ומלבנן). Ib. אין מג׳ אלא באור, (v. אַמְיַינְטֹון) is cleansed only by fire.Part. Pu. מְגוּהָץ, pl. מְגוּהָצִין. Pes.109a. Y.M. Kat. III, 82a bot. Hithpa. הִתְגָּהֵץ to be polished. Cant. R. l. c., a. parallel, passages, v. supra.

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  • 213 גָּהַץ

    גָּהַץ(cmp. גהט) to be bright, glad, willing. Gen. R. s. 39 (combine text of ed. with vers, of Ar. and read:) וא״ת שלא ג׳ אברהם ושמח על דבור המקום שאילו ג׳ ושמח למה לא יצא and if you will say, Abraham was not glad and joyful over the command of the Lord (to leave his home), for if he were so, why did he not emigrate (until he was commanded)? Pi. גִּיהֵץ, Hif. הִגְהִיץ to polish ( clothes), iron, gloss. Cant. R. to IV, 11 the cloud rubbed their clothes ומַגְהִיצָן and polished them; Midr. Till. to Ps. 23 ומְגַהֲצָן; Yalk. Deut. 850; Ps. 691 ענני כביד היו מְגַהֲצִיןוכ׳; Pesik. Bshall. p. 92a> מַגְהִיצִיםוכ׳; (Deut. R. s. 7 ומלבנן). Ib. אין מג׳ אלא באור, (v. אַמְיַינְטֹון) is cleansed only by fire.Part. Pu. מְגוּהָץ, pl. מְגוּהָצִין. Pes.109a. Y.M. Kat. III, 82a bot. Hithpa. הִתְגָּהֵץ to be polished. Cant. R. l. c., a. parallel, passages, v. supra.

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  • 214 גואל

    גּוֹאֵלm. (b. h.; גָּאַל) vindicator, redeemer, relative entitled to redemption (Lev. 25:25 sq.); in general relation.ג׳ הדם avenger of blood, nearest relation (Num. 35:19 sq.). Macc.II, 7. Ib. 12a (read:) אב שהרג בנו בנו נעש׳ לו ג׳ הדם when a father killed a son of his, his (surviving) son becomes the avenger of blood. Tanḥ. Masé 11 וימצא אותו הג׳ and the avenger may meet him; Num. R. s. 23 ג׳ הדם. Macc.10a (ref. to Deut. 19:6) בג׳ הדם הכתובוכ׳ the text means the avenger (is not punished); a. fr.Pl. גּוֹאֲלִים, גּוֹאֲלִין. B. Kam. 109a; Kidd.21a (ref. to Num. 5:8) וכי יש אדם שאין לו ג׳ is there a person … without relations (heirs)?; Snh.68b גואל. B. Kam. l. c.b>; Snh.69a בידוע שאין לו ג׳ it is known that the minor has no heirs (off-spring); a. fr.Esp. the redeemer from captivity, also the Lord. Lev. R. s. 32 end; Cant. R. to IV, 7; Koh. R. to IV, 1 (ref. to וגֻלָּהּ, Zech. 4:2) one reads גּוֹלֶה (He emigrates), and one reads גּוֹאֲלָהּ (not גאולה) her Redeemer (goes at the head of Israel). Ib. מאן דאמר גואלה פרוקא (not גאולה) he who reads גואלה means ‘the Redeemer as it says (Is. 47:4), Our redeemer Pesik. Sliḥ. p. 166b> אין … אלא בג׳ מלא they will be redeemed only through a complete redeemer (ref. to גואל Is. 59:20 written plene). Ex. R. s. 26 beg.; a. fr.Pl. as above. Gen. R. s. 85; Yalk. ib. 145 מהיכן ג׳ עומדים (not גדולים) whence will the redeemers rise (if not from Judah)? Ib. ג׳ אני מעוברת I am going pregnant with redeemers (of Israel).

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  • 215 גּוֹאֵל

    גּוֹאֵלm. (b. h.; גָּאַל) vindicator, redeemer, relative entitled to redemption (Lev. 25:25 sq.); in general relation.ג׳ הדם avenger of blood, nearest relation (Num. 35:19 sq.). Macc.II, 7. Ib. 12a (read:) אב שהרג בנו בנו נעש׳ לו ג׳ הדם when a father killed a son of his, his (surviving) son becomes the avenger of blood. Tanḥ. Masé 11 וימצא אותו הג׳ and the avenger may meet him; Num. R. s. 23 ג׳ הדם. Macc.10a (ref. to Deut. 19:6) בג׳ הדם הכתובוכ׳ the text means the avenger (is not punished); a. fr.Pl. גּוֹאֲלִים, גּוֹאֲלִין. B. Kam. 109a; Kidd.21a (ref. to Num. 5:8) וכי יש אדם שאין לו ג׳ is there a person … without relations (heirs)?; Snh.68b גואל. B. Kam. l. c.b>; Snh.69a בידוע שאין לו ג׳ it is known that the minor has no heirs (off-spring); a. fr.Esp. the redeemer from captivity, also the Lord. Lev. R. s. 32 end; Cant. R. to IV, 7; Koh. R. to IV, 1 (ref. to וגֻלָּהּ, Zech. 4:2) one reads גּוֹלֶה (He emigrates), and one reads גּוֹאֲלָהּ (not גאולה) her Redeemer (goes at the head of Israel). Ib. מאן דאמר גואלה פרוקא (not גאולה) he who reads גואלה means ‘the Redeemer as it says (Is. 47:4), Our redeemer Pesik. Sliḥ. p. 166b> אין … אלא בג׳ מלא they will be redeemed only through a complete redeemer (ref. to גואל Is. 59:20 written plene). Ex. R. s. 26 beg.; a. fr.Pl. as above. Gen. R. s. 85; Yalk. ib. 145 מהיכן ג׳ עומדים (not גדולים) whence will the redeemers rise (if not from Judah)? Ib. ג׳ אני מעוברת I am going pregnant with redeemers (of Israel).

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  • 216 גובאי

    גּוֹבַאי, גּוֹבַייm. (b. h. גּוֹב; גּוֹבַי, גבה, cmp. גִּבֵּהַ) ( the hump-backed, gobay, a species of edible locusts. Ber.VI, 3. Sabb.32b. Y.Taan.I, end, 64b שני דברים … וג׳ two calamities, drought and locusts. Ib. III, 66d (homiletic etymology) why it is called גוביי? דו גבי דינאוכ׳ because it collects the (fines of) judgment of the Lord.

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  • 217 גוביי

    גּוֹבַאי, גּוֹבַייm. (b. h. גּוֹב; גּוֹבַי, גבה, cmp. גִּבֵּהַ) ( the hump-backed, gobay, a species of edible locusts. Ber.VI, 3. Sabb.32b. Y.Taan.I, end, 64b שני דברים … וג׳ two calamities, drought and locusts. Ib. III, 66d (homiletic etymology) why it is called גוביי? דו גבי דינאוכ׳ because it collects the (fines of) judgment of the Lord.

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  • 218 גּוֹבַאי

    גּוֹבַאי, גּוֹבַייm. (b. h. גּוֹב; גּוֹבַי, גבה, cmp. גִּבֵּהַ) ( the hump-backed, gobay, a species of edible locusts. Ber.VI, 3. Sabb.32b. Y.Taan.I, end, 64b שני דברים … וג׳ two calamities, drought and locusts. Ib. III, 66d (homiletic etymology) why it is called גוביי? דו גבי דינאוכ׳ because it collects the (fines of) judgment of the Lord.

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  • 219 גּוֹבַיי

    גּוֹבַאי, גּוֹבַייm. (b. h. גּוֹב; גּוֹבַי, גבה, cmp. גִּבֵּהַ) ( the hump-backed, gobay, a species of edible locusts. Ber.VI, 3. Sabb.32b. Y.Taan.I, end, 64b שני דברים … וג׳ two calamities, drought and locusts. Ib. III, 66d (homiletic etymology) why it is called גוביי? דו גבי דינאוכ׳ because it collects the (fines of) judgment of the Lord.

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  • 220 גלית

    גָּלְיַת, גּוֹלְיַתpr. n. m. (b. h.) Goliath, the Philistine. Sot.VIII, 1 בנצחונו של ג׳ relying on the strength of G. Ib. 42b ג̇ל̇י̇ת … בג̇יל̇וי̇ פניםוכ׳ he is named G., because he stood before the Lord with barefacedness (defiance). Lev. R. s. 5; a. fr.

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