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  • 241 גַּרְזְמִיתָא

    גַּרְזִימִי, גַּרְזִימִיתָא, גַּרְזְמִיתָאf. (גַּרְזִימִין m. pl.) ( גרזם, Parel of גזם, cmp. b. h. כִּרְסֵם) nibblings, dessert (mostly of fruits, v. infra). Lam. R. introd. 10 I wished they had made me (the Lord) כגרזימי הזווכ׳ ed. (Var. גריזמי, Ar. גרוז׳) like dessert which (at least) is served up at the end; Esth. R. to I, 9 ככַרְזִימִין הזה (!); Yalk. Is. 318 כגרומזיוכ׳ (corr. acc.). Y.Ber.VI, 10c bot. גריזמי, גריזמתה ed. Krot. (Ar. גרוזמתא) = פִּרְפֶּרֶת a. כִּיסָנִין. Gen. R. s. 33 גרוזמי דדהבוכ׳ Ar. Var. (ed. גִּידּוּמֵי, גַּרְדּוּמֵי, v. גדם) golden fruits on a golden tray; Lev. R. s. 27 גרוזמין דדהב Ar. (ed. חזורין … רמונין); (Pesik. Shor, p. 74b> בחורין … ורימונין … וגקרמונין (corr. בחזריו … וגרזימין); Tanḥ Emor 6 ובלחמא).

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  • 242 גרי

    גרי, גָּרָה(b. h.) 1) to be rough, grating, scraping; v. גֵּרָה, גָּרוֹן 2) to be hot, burn, singe (cmp. חָרָה). Pi. גִּירָה, גֵּרָה to incite, stir up, let loose. Snh.107b שגי׳ דוביםוכ׳ because he let the bears loose against the children. Ex. R. s. 21 ג׳ לפרעה He incited Pharaoh Gen. R. s. 19, end (interpret. hishshiani, Gen. 3:13) גִּירַנִי. Cant. R. to I, 4 (play on משכני ib.) ממה שגֵּרִיתָ בי שכני הרעים from my hostile neighbors whom thou hast incited against me.Trnsf. ג׳ את הדוב ב־ to let temptation loose against. Gen. R. s. 87 אני מְגָרֶה בךוכ׳ I shall lay temptation in thy way; a. fr.Lev. R. s. 17 ביום שיְגָרֶחוכ׳ on the day when the Lord shall stir up his anger Hithpa. הִתְגָּרֶה, Nithpa. נִתְגָּרֶה 1) to be inflamed, jealous; to rival. Snh.19a מִתְגָּרוֹת זו בזו jealous of one another. 2) to engage in battle, to fight. Ber.7b; Meg.6b מותר להִתְגָּרוֹתוכ׳ it is permitted to enter into combat with the wicked (with reference to b. h. התחרה).Num. R. s. 19 נתג׳ בהם he attacked them. 3) to be let loose. Esth. R. introd. נִתְגָּרְתָה אותה הדוב that temptation was aroused (against Joseph), v. supra; Num. R. s. 13 מִתְגָּרַת. 4) to have a passion for, to indulge freely in. Yoma 76b wine is called תיר̇ש̇, because he המִתְגָּרֵה בו נעשה ר̇ש̇ who indulges in it becomes poor. Ab. Zar.18b; 19b אֶתְגָּרֶה בשינה I will freely indulge in sleep (idleness). 5) (denom. of תִּגְרָה) to incite. Num. R. s. 18; Tanḥ. Koraḥ 3 להִתְגָּרוֹת בו אתוכ׳ to incite Israel against him.

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  • 243 גרה

    גרי, גָּרָה(b. h.) 1) to be rough, grating, scraping; v. גֵּרָה, גָּרוֹן 2) to be hot, burn, singe (cmp. חָרָה). Pi. גִּירָה, גֵּרָה to incite, stir up, let loose. Snh.107b שגי׳ דוביםוכ׳ because he let the bears loose against the children. Ex. R. s. 21 ג׳ לפרעה He incited Pharaoh Gen. R. s. 19, end (interpret. hishshiani, Gen. 3:13) גִּירַנִי. Cant. R. to I, 4 (play on משכני ib.) ממה שגֵּרִיתָ בי שכני הרעים from my hostile neighbors whom thou hast incited against me.Trnsf. ג׳ את הדוב ב־ to let temptation loose against. Gen. R. s. 87 אני מְגָרֶה בךוכ׳ I shall lay temptation in thy way; a. fr.Lev. R. s. 17 ביום שיְגָרֶחוכ׳ on the day when the Lord shall stir up his anger Hithpa. הִתְגָּרֶה, Nithpa. נִתְגָּרֶה 1) to be inflamed, jealous; to rival. Snh.19a מִתְגָּרוֹת זו בזו jealous of one another. 2) to engage in battle, to fight. Ber.7b; Meg.6b מותר להִתְגָּרוֹתוכ׳ it is permitted to enter into combat with the wicked (with reference to b. h. התחרה).Num. R. s. 19 נתג׳ בהם he attacked them. 3) to be let loose. Esth. R. introd. נִתְגָּרְתָה אותה הדוב that temptation was aroused (against Joseph), v. supra; Num. R. s. 13 מִתְגָּרַת. 4) to have a passion for, to indulge freely in. Yoma 76b wine is called תיר̇ש̇, because he המִתְגָּרֵה בו נעשה ר̇ש̇ who indulges in it becomes poor. Ab. Zar.18b; 19b אֶתְגָּרֶה בשינה I will freely indulge in sleep (idleness). 5) (denom. of תִּגְרָה) to incite. Num. R. s. 18; Tanḥ. Koraḥ 3 להִתְגָּרוֹת בו אתוכ׳ to incite Israel against him.

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  • 244 גָּרָה

    גרי, גָּרָה(b. h.) 1) to be rough, grating, scraping; v. גֵּרָה, גָּרוֹן 2) to be hot, burn, singe (cmp. חָרָה). Pi. גִּירָה, גֵּרָה to incite, stir up, let loose. Snh.107b שגי׳ דוביםוכ׳ because he let the bears loose against the children. Ex. R. s. 21 ג׳ לפרעה He incited Pharaoh Gen. R. s. 19, end (interpret. hishshiani, Gen. 3:13) גִּירַנִי. Cant. R. to I, 4 (play on משכני ib.) ממה שגֵּרִיתָ בי שכני הרעים from my hostile neighbors whom thou hast incited against me.Trnsf. ג׳ את הדוב ב־ to let temptation loose against. Gen. R. s. 87 אני מְגָרֶה בךוכ׳ I shall lay temptation in thy way; a. fr.Lev. R. s. 17 ביום שיְגָרֶחוכ׳ on the day when the Lord shall stir up his anger Hithpa. הִתְגָּרֶה, Nithpa. נִתְגָּרֶה 1) to be inflamed, jealous; to rival. Snh.19a מִתְגָּרוֹת זו בזו jealous of one another. 2) to engage in battle, to fight. Ber.7b; Meg.6b מותר להִתְגָּרוֹתוכ׳ it is permitted to enter into combat with the wicked (with reference to b. h. התחרה).Num. R. s. 19 נתג׳ בהם he attacked them. 3) to be let loose. Esth. R. introd. נִתְגָּרְתָה אותה הדוב that temptation was aroused (against Joseph), v. supra; Num. R. s. 13 מִתְגָּרַת. 4) to have a passion for, to indulge freely in. Yoma 76b wine is called תיר̇ש̇, because he המִתְגָּרֵה בו נעשה ר̇ש̇ who indulges in it becomes poor. Ab. Zar.18b; 19b אֶתְגָּרֶה בשינה I will freely indulge in sleep (idleness). 5) (denom. of תִּגְרָה) to incite. Num. R. s. 18; Tanḥ. Koraḥ 3 להִתְגָּרוֹת בו אתוכ׳ to incite Israel against him.

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  • 245 דאג

    דָּאַג(b. h.) ( to melt, cmp. דאב a. יצף, to be low-spirited, to sorrow, fear. Snh.106b (play on דאג, 1 Sam. 21:8, a. דוֹיֹג, ib. 22:18) at first יושבהקב״ה ודוֹאֵגוכ׳ the Lord sat in anxiety, that he (Doeg) might degenerate; after …, He said ו̇וי̇ שיצא זה woe that he did Ber.40a יִדְאַג מריחוכ׳ must be in fear of contracting Succ.29a. Ḥag.13a שלבו דואג בקרבו whose heart within him is in fear of sin (reverential). Sabb.105b sq. יִדְאֲגוּ כל האחין all the brothers should feel troubled (examine their ways). Midr. Till. to Ps. 48 a man committed a sin והיה דואג בלבו and was troubled in his heart; a. fr.

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  • 246 דָּאַג

    דָּאַג(b. h.) ( to melt, cmp. דאב a. יצף, to be low-spirited, to sorrow, fear. Snh.106b (play on דאג, 1 Sam. 21:8, a. דוֹיֹג, ib. 22:18) at first יושבהקב״ה ודוֹאֵגוכ׳ the Lord sat in anxiety, that he (Doeg) might degenerate; after …, He said ו̇וי̇ שיצא זה woe that he did Ber.40a יִדְאַג מריחוכ׳ must be in fear of contracting Succ.29a. Ḥag.13a שלבו דואג בקרבו whose heart within him is in fear of sin (reverential). Sabb.105b sq. יִדְאֲגוּ כל האחין all the brothers should feel troubled (examine their ways). Midr. Till. to Ps. 48 a man committed a sin והיה דואג בלבו and was troubled in his heart; a. fr.

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  • 247 דבק

    דָּבֵק, דָּבַק(b. h.) to cleave, adhere, stick. B. Bath.91b, v. infra.Yalk. Gen. 133 דבקו כל התילוכ׳ the whole army was close to the fortress.Ib. Deut. 824 ד׳ לסדומיים he joined the Sodomites. 2) to join, glue, affix. Y.Meg.I, 71d top דּוֹבְקִין בְּדֶבֶק the parchment is joined with glue.Part. pass. דָּבוּק, f. דְּבוּקָה attached, close, cleaving. Sot.42b (ref. to Ruth 1:14) בני הדבוקה the descendants of her who was attached (to Naomi). Gen. R. s. 20 דְּבוּקִין לעור close to the skin. Snh.64a (ref. to Deut. 4:4) like two dates הרְּבוּקִיםוכ׳ which stick to one another (easily separated); ib. דבוקים ממש really glued (inseparable); Yalk. Deut. 824 כשתי … הדְּבוּקוֹת; a. fr. Nif. נִדְבַּק to be joined, attached, affixed. Keth.111b; Yalk. l. c. is it possible for man לִידָּבֵקוכ׳ to be joined to the Divine Majesty? Ib. כאילו נ׳ כשכינה (Keth. l. c. מִדַּבֵּק) as though he were joined. B. Bath.91b ששבה ונִדְבְּקָהוכ׳ (Ms. H. ודָבְקָה) (Ruth) who came back and remained attached to Bethlehem (v. supra); a. fr. Pi. דִּבֵּק, דִּיבֵּק 1) to glue. R. Hash, III, 6 (27a, b). 2) to invite one to join in travel. Gen. R. s. 29 ראה אחד ורִיבְּקוֹ he saw a person and made him go with him.Part. pass. מְדוּבָּק Yalk. Deut. l. c. שמְדוּבָּקִים לחייווכ׳ who cling to the Life of the World (the Lord). Hif. הִדְבִּיק to paste, fasten. Pes.37a הרתיח ולבסוףה׳ he heated the pot and then pasted the dough to its wall. Ib. b. Hithpa. חִתְדַּבֵּק, הִדַּבַּק to be joined. Gen. R. s. 59 אין ארוד מִתְדַּבֵּק בברוך (Yalk. Hos. 528 מִדַּבֵּק) the cursed (Eliezer) shall not be joined (through marriage) to the blessed (Isaac). Keth. l. c., v. Nif.Yalk. Deut. l. c. מִדַּבֶּקֶת; a. fr. Sabb.113b (read:) לִידַּבֵּק עם הנשים or לדבר, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note.

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  • 248 דָּבֵק

    דָּבֵק, דָּבַק(b. h.) to cleave, adhere, stick. B. Bath.91b, v. infra.Yalk. Gen. 133 דבקו כל התילוכ׳ the whole army was close to the fortress.Ib. Deut. 824 ד׳ לסדומיים he joined the Sodomites. 2) to join, glue, affix. Y.Meg.I, 71d top דּוֹבְקִין בְּדֶבֶק the parchment is joined with glue.Part. pass. דָּבוּק, f. דְּבוּקָה attached, close, cleaving. Sot.42b (ref. to Ruth 1:14) בני הדבוקה the descendants of her who was attached (to Naomi). Gen. R. s. 20 דְּבוּקִין לעור close to the skin. Snh.64a (ref. to Deut. 4:4) like two dates הרְּבוּקִיםוכ׳ which stick to one another (easily separated); ib. דבוקים ממש really glued (inseparable); Yalk. Deut. 824 כשתי … הדְּבוּקוֹת; a. fr. Nif. נִדְבַּק to be joined, attached, affixed. Keth.111b; Yalk. l. c. is it possible for man לִידָּבֵקוכ׳ to be joined to the Divine Majesty? Ib. כאילו נ׳ כשכינה (Keth. l. c. מִדַּבֵּק) as though he were joined. B. Bath.91b ששבה ונִדְבְּקָהוכ׳ (Ms. H. ודָבְקָה) (Ruth) who came back and remained attached to Bethlehem (v. supra); a. fr. Pi. דִּבֵּק, דִּיבֵּק 1) to glue. R. Hash, III, 6 (27a, b). 2) to invite one to join in travel. Gen. R. s. 29 ראה אחד ורִיבְּקוֹ he saw a person and made him go with him.Part. pass. מְדוּבָּק Yalk. Deut. l. c. שמְדוּבָּקִים לחייווכ׳ who cling to the Life of the World (the Lord). Hif. הִדְבִּיק to paste, fasten. Pes.37a הרתיח ולבסוףה׳ he heated the pot and then pasted the dough to its wall. Ib. b. Hithpa. חִתְדַּבֵּק, הִדַּבַּק to be joined. Gen. R. s. 59 אין ארוד מִתְדַּבֵּק בברוך (Yalk. Hos. 528 מִדַּבֵּק) the cursed (Eliezer) shall not be joined (through marriage) to the blessed (Isaac). Keth. l. c., v. Nif.Yalk. Deut. l. c. מִדַּבֶּקֶת; a. fr. Sabb.113b (read:) לִידַּבֵּק עם הנשים or לדבר, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note.

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  • 249 דָּבַק

    דָּבֵק, דָּבַק(b. h.) to cleave, adhere, stick. B. Bath.91b, v. infra.Yalk. Gen. 133 דבקו כל התילוכ׳ the whole army was close to the fortress.Ib. Deut. 824 ד׳ לסדומיים he joined the Sodomites. 2) to join, glue, affix. Y.Meg.I, 71d top דּוֹבְקִין בְּדֶבֶק the parchment is joined with glue.Part. pass. דָּבוּק, f. דְּבוּקָה attached, close, cleaving. Sot.42b (ref. to Ruth 1:14) בני הדבוקה the descendants of her who was attached (to Naomi). Gen. R. s. 20 דְּבוּקִין לעור close to the skin. Snh.64a (ref. to Deut. 4:4) like two dates הרְּבוּקִיםוכ׳ which stick to one another (easily separated); ib. דבוקים ממש really glued (inseparable); Yalk. Deut. 824 כשתי … הדְּבוּקוֹת; a. fr. Nif. נִדְבַּק to be joined, attached, affixed. Keth.111b; Yalk. l. c. is it possible for man לִידָּבֵקוכ׳ to be joined to the Divine Majesty? Ib. כאילו נ׳ כשכינה (Keth. l. c. מִדַּבֵּק) as though he were joined. B. Bath.91b ששבה ונִדְבְּקָהוכ׳ (Ms. H. ודָבְקָה) (Ruth) who came back and remained attached to Bethlehem (v. supra); a. fr. Pi. דִּבֵּק, דִּיבֵּק 1) to glue. R. Hash, III, 6 (27a, b). 2) to invite one to join in travel. Gen. R. s. 29 ראה אחד ורִיבְּקוֹ he saw a person and made him go with him.Part. pass. מְדוּבָּק Yalk. Deut. l. c. שמְדוּבָּקִים לחייווכ׳ who cling to the Life of the World (the Lord). Hif. הִדְבִּיק to paste, fasten. Pes.37a הרתיח ולבסוףה׳ he heated the pot and then pasted the dough to its wall. Ib. b. Hithpa. חִתְדַּבֵּק, הִדַּבַּק to be joined. Gen. R. s. 59 אין ארוד מִתְדַּבֵּק בברוך (Yalk. Hos. 528 מִדַּבֵּק) the cursed (Eliezer) shall not be joined (through marriage) to the blessed (Isaac). Keth. l. c., v. Nif.Yalk. Deut. l. c. מִדַּבֶּקֶת; a. fr. Sabb.113b (read:) לִידַּבֵּק עם הנשים or לדבר, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note.

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  • 250 דבר

    דָּבַר(b. h.) to join, arrange, lead (the flock); v. next w. Pi. דּבֵּר, דִּיבֵּר (b. h.) to converse, speak. Ber.31b, a. fr. דִּבְּרָה תורה כלשוןב״א the Torah speaks according to the language of men, i. e. uses metaphors and phrases adapted to human understanding. Sot.12b שעתיד לְדַבֵּרוכ׳ destined to speak to Divinity. Ter. I, 2 חרש שדִּבְּרוּ … מְדַבֵּר wherever the scholars use the word ḥērēsh, they mean one who neither hears nor talks. Mekh. Bo 7, end, a. fr. או אינו מְדַכֵּר אלא ב־ or does perhaps the text speak only of? מְדַבֵּר as a noun, v. s. v.. Nif. נִדְבַּר to hold communion, converse. Mekh. Bo, introd. לא נ׳ עמווכ׳ the Lord did not hold communion with him outside the capital of Egypt. Ib. fr. Hithpa. הִדַּבֵּר, same, esp. part. f. מִרַּכֶּרֶת being on terms of intimacy with a man. Keth.I, 8 ראוה מד׳ עם אחד (omit בשוק); expl. ib. 13a. Ib. VII, 6 מד׳ עם כל אדם she is intimate with everybody. Ib. לכשהיא מר׳ בתוך ביתהוכ׳ when her neighbors can hear her voice in moments of intimacy with her husband. Hif. הִדְבִּיר to make submissive, persuade, v. דִּיבּוּר. Macc.11a דִבֵּר לחוד יַדְבֵּר לחוד the Piel dibber has one meaning (speaking harshly), and the Hif. yadber another.

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  • 251 דָּבַר

    דָּבַר(b. h.) to join, arrange, lead (the flock); v. next w. Pi. דּבֵּר, דִּיבֵּר (b. h.) to converse, speak. Ber.31b, a. fr. דִּבְּרָה תורה כלשוןב״א the Torah speaks according to the language of men, i. e. uses metaphors and phrases adapted to human understanding. Sot.12b שעתיד לְדַבֵּרוכ׳ destined to speak to Divinity. Ter. I, 2 חרש שדִּבְּרוּ … מְדַבֵּר wherever the scholars use the word ḥērēsh, they mean one who neither hears nor talks. Mekh. Bo 7, end, a. fr. או אינו מְדַכֵּר אלא ב־ or does perhaps the text speak only of? מְדַבֵּר as a noun, v. s. v.. Nif. נִדְבַּר to hold communion, converse. Mekh. Bo, introd. לא נ׳ עמווכ׳ the Lord did not hold communion with him outside the capital of Egypt. Ib. fr. Hithpa. הִדַּבֵּר, same, esp. part. f. מִרַּכֶּרֶת being on terms of intimacy with a man. Keth.I, 8 ראוה מד׳ עם אחד (omit בשוק); expl. ib. 13a. Ib. VII, 6 מד׳ עם כל אדם she is intimate with everybody. Ib. לכשהיא מר׳ בתוך ביתהוכ׳ when her neighbors can hear her voice in moments of intimacy with her husband. Hif. הִדְבִּיר to make submissive, persuade, v. דִּיבּוּר. Macc.11a דִבֵּר לחוד יַדְבֵּר לחוד the Piel dibber has one meaning (speaking harshly), and the Hif. yadber another.

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  • 252 דבר

    דָּבָרm. (b. h.; preced.) 1) word, utterance, command (cmp. דִּיבּוּר). B. Bath.56b (ref. to Deut. 19:15) ד׳ ולא חצי ד׳ a statement (testimony) but not a partial statement. Mekh. Bo, introd. היה הד׳ לאהרן (Tanḥ. ib. 5 דבור) the word of the Lord came to ; a. fr.דְּבַר תורה according to the Biblical law. Erub.81; a. fr.Pl. דְּבָרִים, constr. דִּבְרֵי. ד׳ תורה Biblical laws; ד׳ סופרים Rabbinical laws. Ib. Yeb.IX, 3; a. fr.ד׳ קבלה prophetic exhortations or incidental utterances in other Biblical books than the Pentateuch. Ḥag.10b; Nidd.23a; a. e.B. Mets.49a; Bekh.13b ד׳ יש בהם משום מחוסרי אמנה to word of mouth the rules concerning the faithless are applied, i. e. a verbal agreement is morally binding. B. Mets.48a הנושא ונותן בד׳וכ׳ he who contracts verbally has no legal claim. Ib. ד׳ ואיכא … קאי באבל he who retracts a verbal transaction with which a payment of money was connected, comes under the category of those against whom the words ‘but the scholars declared (ib. IV, 2) has been pronounced.דִּבְרֵי הַיָּמִים the Book of Chronicles. Lev. R. s. 1. B. Bath.14b.דָּבָר אַהֵר (abbrev. ד״א) another interpretation (is this). Gen. R. s. 1, beg.; a. fr. 2) thing, affair, object, occurrence Sot.28b ד׳ שיש בו דעת לישאל an object which has sense to ask, i. e. a rational being, opp. ד׳ שאיןוכ׳ dumb creatures Num. R. s. 11 ד׳ שבינך לבינו that which concerns only thy relation to God; v. בֵּין.ד׳ שבממון a monetary affair. B. Mets.94a; a. fr.ד׳ הלמד מענינו a thing (law) derived from the context on the very subject. Sifra, introd.; a. fr.ד׳ אחר (abbr. ד״א) something not to be named, a) idolatry. Men. XIII, 10 ואין צריך לומר לד״א much less priests who have been offering to idols; a. fr.b) swine. Ber.43b (prov.) תלה ליה קורא לד״אוכ׳ hang a palm shoot around the swine and it will follow its habits (of wallowing in the mud). Sabb.129a sq.; a. e.c) leprosy Ib. אי פגעבד״א קשה לד״א if he meets a swine (after blood letting), he is in danger of becoming a leper.d) unchaste conduct, sexual intercourse, sodomy Ib. 17b על בנותיהן משוםד״א ועלד״א משוםד״א they forbade connection with their daughters on account of idolatry, and decreed something else (that a gentile child should be unclean as though afflicted with gonorrhœa) on account of sodomy. Ber.8b צנועיןבד״א chaste in marital life; a. fr.Pl. as above.בעל ד׳ the person to deal with, opponent, party. B. Mets.14a לאוב״ד דידי את I have nothing to do with thee; a. fr.לא היו ד׳ מעולם there were no such things, I deny it outright. Shebu.41b; a. fr.ד׳ בגב, ד׳ בגו, v. גַּב, גֵּו.

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  • 253 דָּבָר

    דָּבָרm. (b. h.; preced.) 1) word, utterance, command (cmp. דִּיבּוּר). B. Bath.56b (ref. to Deut. 19:15) ד׳ ולא חצי ד׳ a statement (testimony) but not a partial statement. Mekh. Bo, introd. היה הד׳ לאהרן (Tanḥ. ib. 5 דבור) the word of the Lord came to ; a. fr.דְּבַר תורה according to the Biblical law. Erub.81; a. fr.Pl. דְּבָרִים, constr. דִּבְרֵי. ד׳ תורה Biblical laws; ד׳ סופרים Rabbinical laws. Ib. Yeb.IX, 3; a. fr.ד׳ קבלה prophetic exhortations or incidental utterances in other Biblical books than the Pentateuch. Ḥag.10b; Nidd.23a; a. e.B. Mets.49a; Bekh.13b ד׳ יש בהם משום מחוסרי אמנה to word of mouth the rules concerning the faithless are applied, i. e. a verbal agreement is morally binding. B. Mets.48a הנושא ונותן בד׳וכ׳ he who contracts verbally has no legal claim. Ib. ד׳ ואיכא … קאי באבל he who retracts a verbal transaction with which a payment of money was connected, comes under the category of those against whom the words ‘but the scholars declared (ib. IV, 2) has been pronounced.דִּבְרֵי הַיָּמִים the Book of Chronicles. Lev. R. s. 1. B. Bath.14b.דָּבָר אַהֵר (abbrev. ד״א) another interpretation (is this). Gen. R. s. 1, beg.; a. fr. 2) thing, affair, object, occurrence Sot.28b ד׳ שיש בו דעת לישאל an object which has sense to ask, i. e. a rational being, opp. ד׳ שאיןוכ׳ dumb creatures Num. R. s. 11 ד׳ שבינך לבינו that which concerns only thy relation to God; v. בֵּין.ד׳ שבממון a monetary affair. B. Mets.94a; a. fr.ד׳ הלמד מענינו a thing (law) derived from the context on the very subject. Sifra, introd.; a. fr.ד׳ אחר (abbr. ד״א) something not to be named, a) idolatry. Men. XIII, 10 ואין צריך לומר לד״א much less priests who have been offering to idols; a. fr.b) swine. Ber.43b (prov.) תלה ליה קורא לד״אוכ׳ hang a palm shoot around the swine and it will follow its habits (of wallowing in the mud). Sabb.129a sq.; a. e.c) leprosy Ib. אי פגעבד״א קשה לד״א if he meets a swine (after blood letting), he is in danger of becoming a leper.d) unchaste conduct, sexual intercourse, sodomy Ib. 17b על בנותיהן משוםד״א ועלד״א משוםד״א they forbade connection with their daughters on account of idolatry, and decreed something else (that a gentile child should be unclean as though afflicted with gonorrhœa) on account of sodomy. Ber.8b צנועיןבד״א chaste in marital life; a. fr.Pl. as above.בעל ד׳ the person to deal with, opponent, party. B. Mets.14a לאוב״ד דידי את I have nothing to do with thee; a. fr.לא היו ד׳ מעולם there were no such things, I deny it outright. Shebu.41b; a. fr.ד׳ בגב, ד׳ בגו, v. גַּב, גֵּו.

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  • 254 דגל

    דֶּגֶלm. (b. h.) troop, division, cohort (cmp. caterva); standard. Cant. R. to II, 4 ודִגְלוֹ Michael and his band (of angels); a. e.Pl. דְּגָלִים. Num. R. s. 2 והיו כולם עשויים ד׳ ד׳וכ׳ and all of them (the angels) were arranged in divisions, as it is said (Cant. 5:10) dagul (surrounded by divisions) of a myriad each (with ref. to Ps. 68:18). Ib. עֲשֵׂה אותם ד׳וכ׳ divide them into cohorts as they desired (with ref. to Num. 2:2); v. Cant. R. to II, 4; Tanḥ. Bmidb. 10.Ex. R. s. 15 אין ד׳ אלא צבאות dgalim means hosts. Ib. דִּגְלֵי השמים … וד׳ הארץוכ׳ the heavenly hosts are the angels, the earthly hosts (of the Lord) are Israel. Ib. s. 24, end; a. fr.Sabb.5a; 98a דומה לדִגְלֵי מדבר resembling the marches of the Israelites in the desert.

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  • 255 דֶּגֶל

    דֶּגֶלm. (b. h.) troop, division, cohort (cmp. caterva); standard. Cant. R. to II, 4 ודִגְלוֹ Michael and his band (of angels); a. e.Pl. דְּגָלִים. Num. R. s. 2 והיו כולם עשויים ד׳ ד׳וכ׳ and all of them (the angels) were arranged in divisions, as it is said (Cant. 5:10) dagul (surrounded by divisions) of a myriad each (with ref. to Ps. 68:18). Ib. עֲשֵׂה אותם ד׳וכ׳ divide them into cohorts as they desired (with ref. to Num. 2:2); v. Cant. R. to II, 4; Tanḥ. Bmidb. 10.Ex. R. s. 15 אין ד׳ אלא צבאות dgalim means hosts. Ib. דִּגְלֵי השמים … וד׳ הארץוכ׳ the heavenly hosts are the angels, the earthly hosts (of the Lord) are Israel. Ib. s. 24, end; a. fr.Sabb.5a; 98a דומה לדִגְלֵי מדבר resembling the marches of the Israelites in the desert.

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  • 256 דדי

    דדי, דָּדָה(b. h.; cmp. זוּז) to move nimbly, hop, trip.Pl. דִּדָּה 1) to walk, pull (a young child or beast unable to walk by itself). Sabb.XVIII, 2 מְדַדִּין עגליןוכ׳ you may lead or pull calves (on the Sabbath). Ib. אשה מְדַדָּהוכ׳ a mother may walk her child. Ib. 128b דוחין אין מדדין לא push you may, but make them hop, no. Pes.IV, 7 (55b) מְדַרִּין ומחזיריןוכ׳ Ar. (ed. only מחזירין). Sabb.88b and the angels מְדַרִּין אותך led them (the frightened Israelites) back; א״ת ידודון אלא יְדַדּוּן read not (Ps. 68:13) yiddodun but ydaddun (they led them). Cant. R. to VIII, 11 the angels מְדַדִּין להםוכ׳ led the Israelites away, והיו מִדַּדִּין לפניוכ׳ and they themselves tripped timidly before the Lord, v. infra. Y.Sabb.XVII, end, 16b; Y.Erub.X, 26c top מְדַדֵּהוּוכ׳ he makes the bolt slide with his finger tips. Cant. R. to IV, 8 (read:) אדין מְדַדֵּם ואינםוכ׳ He had just been leading them (through the Red Sea), and they should not trust?ד׳ פיתקין to shake stones ( ballots), i. e. to protest against. Esth. R. to I, 2 מה״ש מְדַדִּין פיתקיןוכ׳ the angels protested against the Lords decision; Cant. R. to VIII, 11 יִדּוֹדוּן בהם ממדדין פיטקין (read מדדין) they (the angels) were excited against them, they protested (ref. to Joel 4:3). Hithpa. (b. h.) הִדַּדָּה to hop, trip (of young or tied birds). B. Mets.25b אי מִידַּדִּין Ms. M. (ed. אי בְמִדַּ׳) if the tied birds (deposited in a certain place) hop from spot to spot. B. Bath.23b; Bets.11a.

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  • 257 דדה

    דדי, דָּדָה(b. h.; cmp. זוּז) to move nimbly, hop, trip.Pl. דִּדָּה 1) to walk, pull (a young child or beast unable to walk by itself). Sabb.XVIII, 2 מְדַדִּין עגליןוכ׳ you may lead or pull calves (on the Sabbath). Ib. אשה מְדַדָּהוכ׳ a mother may walk her child. Ib. 128b דוחין אין מדדין לא push you may, but make them hop, no. Pes.IV, 7 (55b) מְדַרִּין ומחזיריןוכ׳ Ar. (ed. only מחזירין). Sabb.88b and the angels מְדַרִּין אותך led them (the frightened Israelites) back; א״ת ידודון אלא יְדַדּוּן read not (Ps. 68:13) yiddodun but ydaddun (they led them). Cant. R. to VIII, 11 the angels מְדַדִּין להםוכ׳ led the Israelites away, והיו מִדַּדִּין לפניוכ׳ and they themselves tripped timidly before the Lord, v. infra. Y.Sabb.XVII, end, 16b; Y.Erub.X, 26c top מְדַדֵּהוּוכ׳ he makes the bolt slide with his finger tips. Cant. R. to IV, 8 (read:) אדין מְדַדֵּם ואינםוכ׳ He had just been leading them (through the Red Sea), and they should not trust?ד׳ פיתקין to shake stones ( ballots), i. e. to protest against. Esth. R. to I, 2 מה״ש מְדַדִּין פיתקיןוכ׳ the angels protested against the Lords decision; Cant. R. to VIII, 11 יִדּוֹדוּן בהם ממדדין פיטקין (read מדדין) they (the angels) were excited against them, they protested (ref. to Joel 4:3). Hithpa. (b. h.) הִדַּדָּה to hop, trip (of young or tied birds). B. Mets.25b אי מִידַּדִּין Ms. M. (ed. אי בְמִדַּ׳) if the tied birds (deposited in a certain place) hop from spot to spot. B. Bath.23b; Bets.11a.

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  • 258 דָּדָה

    דדי, דָּדָה(b. h.; cmp. זוּז) to move nimbly, hop, trip.Pl. דִּדָּה 1) to walk, pull (a young child or beast unable to walk by itself). Sabb.XVIII, 2 מְדַדִּין עגליןוכ׳ you may lead or pull calves (on the Sabbath). Ib. אשה מְדַדָּהוכ׳ a mother may walk her child. Ib. 128b דוחין אין מדדין לא push you may, but make them hop, no. Pes.IV, 7 (55b) מְדַרִּין ומחזיריןוכ׳ Ar. (ed. only מחזירין). Sabb.88b and the angels מְדַרִּין אותך led them (the frightened Israelites) back; א״ת ידודון אלא יְדַדּוּן read not (Ps. 68:13) yiddodun but ydaddun (they led them). Cant. R. to VIII, 11 the angels מְדַדִּין להםוכ׳ led the Israelites away, והיו מִדַּדִּין לפניוכ׳ and they themselves tripped timidly before the Lord, v. infra. Y.Sabb.XVII, end, 16b; Y.Erub.X, 26c top מְדַדֵּהוּוכ׳ he makes the bolt slide with his finger tips. Cant. R. to IV, 8 (read:) אדין מְדַדֵּם ואינםוכ׳ He had just been leading them (through the Red Sea), and they should not trust?ד׳ פיתקין to shake stones ( ballots), i. e. to protest against. Esth. R. to I, 2 מה״ש מְדַדִּין פיתקיןוכ׳ the angels protested against the Lords decision; Cant. R. to VIII, 11 יִדּוֹדוּן בהם ממדדין פיטקין (read מדדין) they (the angels) were excited against them, they protested (ref. to Joel 4:3). Hithpa. (b. h.) הִדַּדָּה to hop, trip (of young or tied birds). B. Mets.25b אי מִידַּדִּין Ms. M. (ed. אי בְמִדַּ׳) if the tied birds (deposited in a certain place) hop from spot to spot. B. Bath.23b; Bets.11a.

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  • 259 דו III

    דּוּIII (δύο, only in certain compounds) two, double. Lev. R. s. 14, beg. דו פרצופין נברא Adam was created with two faces (male and female persons combined); Gen. R. s. 8, beg. דיו; Ber.68a; a. e.Ex. R. s. 5 דו פרצ׳ היה יוצא the word of the Lord went forth in two characters (killing and reviving). V. דְּיוֹ II.

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  • 260 דּוּ

    דּוּIII (δύο, only in certain compounds) two, double. Lev. R. s. 14, beg. דו פרצופין נברא Adam was created with two faces (male and female persons combined); Gen. R. s. 8, beg. דיו; Ber.68a; a. e.Ex. R. s. 5 דו פרצ׳ היה יוצא the word of the Lord went forth in two characters (killing and reviving). V. דְּיוֹ II.

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