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  • 281 דִּילּוּג

    דִּילּוּגm. (דָּלַג) leap, skipping. Num. R. s. 5 בד׳ in a leap (hurriedly).Ib. s. 2 (play on ודגלו, Cant. 2:4) ודִילּוּגוֹ עליוכ׳ even his skipping from subject to subject is to me a token of love. Cant. R. to l. c. (ref. to a childs skipping over the Name of the Lord in reading exercises and to an ignorant persons misreading); Yalk. ib. 986.

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  • 282 דין II

    דִּיןII m. (b. h.; preced.) 1) law-suit, claim; judgment, justice, law. Yeb.92a; Snh.6b יקוב הד׳ את ההר let the law cut through the mountain (justice under all circumstances). Ib. 2b אין דִּינֵיהֶם ד׳ their decision is not binding. Keth.IX, 2 אינ מרחמין בד׳ compassion must have no influence on the decision of the law. Ib. IX, 1 ד׳ ודברים אין ליוכ׳ I have no claim whatever Snh. l. c. שנים שבאו לד׳ two persons who come before court. Ib. VI, 1, v. גָּמַר.B. Mets.30b, a. fr. ד׳ תורה strict law, opp. לפנים משורת הד׳ inside the line of the law, equity.Sabb.33a עינוי הד׳ vexations of the law, unnecessary delay of sentence, עיוות הד׳ perversion of the law, partiality and sophistry; קילקול הד׳ disregard of the law, wrong sentence through carelessness.Ab. Zar.18a, a. fr. יום הד׳ the day of judgment (in the world to come). Ib., a. fr. הצדיק את הד׳ to declare Gods judgment right, to submit to Gods decree with resignation, צידוק הד׳ resignation.Ab. IV, 22, a. fr. נתן ד׳ to give an account, to be made responsible.Gen. R. s. 28 נטלו דִינָם suffered punishment Ib. s. 22 לתבוע דִּינוֹ שלוכ׳ (Ar. דקיון) to make responsible for, cmp. דִּיקְיֹון; a. fr.Ib. s. 12 end, a. fr. מידת הד׳ the attribute of justice, Divine Justice, opp. מידת הרחמים Divine Mercy; v. מִדָּה.בֵּית דִּין (abbr. ב״ד) court, v. בַּיִת.גְּזַר ד׳ decree, v. גָּזָר.Kidd.65b, a. fr. בעל ד׳ litigant, opponent in court.Snh.32b ד׳ מרומה proceedings in court which bear evidences of fraudulent claims or statements.Ber.55a מוסר ד׳ על חבירווכ׳ one who appeals to the Lord for judgment on his neighbor. 2) argument, analogy. Snh.4b; Zeb.38a מפני הד׳ by analogy from equal expressions, v. גְּזֵרָה. Ib. והלא ד׳ הוא is not this an analogy?Esp. conclusion from minor to major (קל וְחֹומֶר). Y.Kidd.I, beg.58b; Bab. ib. 4b, a. fr. ד׳ הוא it is a proper conclusion; מה … אינו ד׳ if a Hebrew hand-maid … is acquired by means of money, אינו ד׳וכ׳ is it not so much the more proper that a wife &cSnh.54a, a. fr. אין עונשין מן הד׳ the tresspass of a law derived by conclusion ad majus is not punishable.לבא מן הד׳וכ׳, v. דַּי.Snh.2b, a. fr. ובד׳ הוא ד־ and by right Ib. הוא הד׳ דאפי׳ the same applies also to Pl. דִּינִים, דִּינִין, constr. דִּינֵי. Ḥag.I, 8 הד׳ the interpretations of laws, v. ib. 11a.Snh.IV, 1, a. fr. דיני ממונות civil cases, ד׳ נפשות capital cases. R. Hash. 21b ד׳ שבלב שלאוכ׳ sentences from a mere inner conviction, without witnesses ; a. fr.

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  • 283 דִּין

    דִּיןII m. (b. h.; preced.) 1) law-suit, claim; judgment, justice, law. Yeb.92a; Snh.6b יקוב הד׳ את ההר let the law cut through the mountain (justice under all circumstances). Ib. 2b אין דִּינֵיהֶם ד׳ their decision is not binding. Keth.IX, 2 אינ מרחמין בד׳ compassion must have no influence on the decision of the law. Ib. IX, 1 ד׳ ודברים אין ליוכ׳ I have no claim whatever Snh. l. c. שנים שבאו לד׳ two persons who come before court. Ib. VI, 1, v. גָּמַר.B. Mets.30b, a. fr. ד׳ תורה strict law, opp. לפנים משורת הד׳ inside the line of the law, equity.Sabb.33a עינוי הד׳ vexations of the law, unnecessary delay of sentence, עיוות הד׳ perversion of the law, partiality and sophistry; קילקול הד׳ disregard of the law, wrong sentence through carelessness.Ab. Zar.18a, a. fr. יום הד׳ the day of judgment (in the world to come). Ib., a. fr. הצדיק את הד׳ to declare Gods judgment right, to submit to Gods decree with resignation, צידוק הד׳ resignation.Ab. IV, 22, a. fr. נתן ד׳ to give an account, to be made responsible.Gen. R. s. 28 נטלו דִינָם suffered punishment Ib. s. 22 לתבוע דִּינוֹ שלוכ׳ (Ar. דקיון) to make responsible for, cmp. דִּיקְיֹון; a. fr.Ib. s. 12 end, a. fr. מידת הד׳ the attribute of justice, Divine Justice, opp. מידת הרחמים Divine Mercy; v. מִדָּה.בֵּית דִּין (abbr. ב״ד) court, v. בַּיִת.גְּזַר ד׳ decree, v. גָּזָר.Kidd.65b, a. fr. בעל ד׳ litigant, opponent in court.Snh.32b ד׳ מרומה proceedings in court which bear evidences of fraudulent claims or statements.Ber.55a מוסר ד׳ על חבירווכ׳ one who appeals to the Lord for judgment on his neighbor. 2) argument, analogy. Snh.4b; Zeb.38a מפני הד׳ by analogy from equal expressions, v. גְּזֵרָה. Ib. והלא ד׳ הוא is not this an analogy?Esp. conclusion from minor to major (קל וְחֹומֶר). Y.Kidd.I, beg.58b; Bab. ib. 4b, a. fr. ד׳ הוא it is a proper conclusion; מה … אינו ד׳ if a Hebrew hand-maid … is acquired by means of money, אינו ד׳וכ׳ is it not so much the more proper that a wife &cSnh.54a, a. fr. אין עונשין מן הד׳ the tresspass of a law derived by conclusion ad majus is not punishable.לבא מן הד׳וכ׳, v. דַּי.Snh.2b, a. fr. ובד׳ הוא ד־ and by right Ib. הוא הד׳ דאפי׳ the same applies also to Pl. דִּינִים, דִּינִין, constr. דִּינֵי. Ḥag.I, 8 הד׳ the interpretations of laws, v. ib. 11a.Snh.IV, 1, a. fr. דיני ממונות civil cases, ד׳ נפשות capital cases. R. Hash. 21b ד׳ שבלב שלאוכ׳ sentences from a mere inner conviction, without witnesses ; a. fr.

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  • 284 דיפרוסוף

    דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹף, דִּיפַּרְצוֹףm., pl. דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹפִין, דִּיפַּרְצוֹפִין (διπρόσωπος) double-faced. Erub.18a דיו פרצוף פניםוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. דו פרצוף, Ar. דיו פרצוף) Adam had two faces. Ber.61a דו פרצופין בראוכ׳ (Ms. M. שני) the Lord created Adam with two faces; Gen. R. s. 8 beg. דיו פרצופיםוכ׳; Yalk. ib. 20 דיו פרצופין (Ar. דיו פרוסיפון, corr. פרוסופין); Tanḥ. Thazr. 1; a. fr.Trnsf. double-natured. Ex. R. s. 5; Lev. R. s. 1 דו פ׳ היהוכ׳ the Word (v. דִּיבּוּר) went forth with a double nature, bringing life and death; Cant. R. to II, 3 דִּיפְרוֹסְפִּין.

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  • 285 דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹף

    דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹף, דִּיפַּרְצוֹףm., pl. דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹפִין, דִּיפַּרְצוֹפִין (διπρόσωπος) double-faced. Erub.18a דיו פרצוף פניםוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. דו פרצוף, Ar. דיו פרצוף) Adam had two faces. Ber.61a דו פרצופין בראוכ׳ (Ms. M. שני) the Lord created Adam with two faces; Gen. R. s. 8 beg. דיו פרצופיםוכ׳; Yalk. ib. 20 דיו פרצופין (Ar. דיו פרוסיפון, corr. פרוסופין); Tanḥ. Thazr. 1; a. fr.Trnsf. double-natured. Ex. R. s. 5; Lev. R. s. 1 דו פ׳ היהוכ׳ the Word (v. דִּיבּוּר) went forth with a double nature, bringing life and death; Cant. R. to II, 3 דִּיפְרוֹסְפִּין.

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  • 286 דִּיפַּרְצוֹף

    דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹף, דִּיפַּרְצוֹףm., pl. דִּיפְּרוֹסוֹפִין, דִּיפַּרְצוֹפִין (διπρόσωπος) double-faced. Erub.18a דיו פרצוף פניםוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. דו פרצוף, Ar. דיו פרצוף) Adam had two faces. Ber.61a דו פרצופין בראוכ׳ (Ms. M. שני) the Lord created Adam with two faces; Gen. R. s. 8 beg. דיו פרצופיםוכ׳; Yalk. ib. 20 דיו פרצופין (Ar. דיו פרוסיפון, corr. פרוסופין); Tanḥ. Thazr. 1; a. fr.Trnsf. double-natured. Ex. R. s. 5; Lev. R. s. 1 דו פ׳ היהוכ׳ the Word (v. דִּיבּוּר) went forth with a double nature, bringing life and death; Cant. R. to II, 3 דִּיפְרוֹסְפִּין.

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  • 287 דיפתרא

    דִּיפְתְּרָא, דִּפְ׳,m. (διφθέρα) 1) hide prepared for writing (contrad. to מצה a. חיפה, v. also דוכסוסטוס). Meg.II, 2 (opp. to ספר). Ib. 19a defined די׳ דמליחוכ׳ diphtera is a skin prepared with salt and flour, but not with gallnut, v. אֲפַץ; Sabb.79a; Gitt.22a. 2) record, document, list. Tanḥ. Vaëra 5 ד׳ של אלוהות a list of the deities; Yalk. Ex. 175.Pl. דִּיפְתְּרָאוֹת, דִּיפְתְּרִין, דִּפְ׳. Y.Peah II, 17a bot. דִּפְתְּרֵיהֶן their (national) records. Pesik. R. s. 8 ד׳ כתובות וכ records are written before the Lord

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  • 288 דפ׳

    דִּיפְתְּרָא, דִּפְ׳,m. (διφθέρα) 1) hide prepared for writing (contrad. to מצה a. חיפה, v. also דוכסוסטוס). Meg.II, 2 (opp. to ספר). Ib. 19a defined די׳ דמליחוכ׳ diphtera is a skin prepared with salt and flour, but not with gallnut, v. אֲפַץ; Sabb.79a; Gitt.22a. 2) record, document, list. Tanḥ. Vaëra 5 ד׳ של אלוהות a list of the deities; Yalk. Ex. 175.Pl. דִּיפְתְּרָאוֹת, דִּיפְתְּרִין, דִּפְ׳. Y.Peah II, 17a bot. דִּפְתְּרֵיהֶן their (national) records. Pesik. R. s. 8 ד׳ כתובות וכ records are written before the Lord

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  • 289 דִּיפְתְּרָא

    דִּיפְתְּרָא, דִּפְ׳,m. (διφθέρα) 1) hide prepared for writing (contrad. to מצה a. חיפה, v. also דוכסוסטוס). Meg.II, 2 (opp. to ספר). Ib. 19a defined די׳ דמליחוכ׳ diphtera is a skin prepared with salt and flour, but not with gallnut, v. אֲפַץ; Sabb.79a; Gitt.22a. 2) record, document, list. Tanḥ. Vaëra 5 ד׳ של אלוהות a list of the deities; Yalk. Ex. 175.Pl. דִּיפְתְּרָאוֹת, דִּיפְתְּרִין, דִּפְ׳. Y.Peah II, 17a bot. דִּפְתְּרֵיהֶן their (national) records. Pesik. R. s. 8 ד׳ כתובות וכ records are written before the Lord

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  • 290 דִּפְ׳

    דִּיפְתְּרָא, דִּפְ׳,m. (διφθέρα) 1) hide prepared for writing (contrad. to מצה a. חיפה, v. also דוכסוסטוס). Meg.II, 2 (opp. to ספר). Ib. 19a defined די׳ דמליחוכ׳ diphtera is a skin prepared with salt and flour, but not with gallnut, v. אֲפַץ; Sabb.79a; Gitt.22a. 2) record, document, list. Tanḥ. Vaëra 5 ד׳ של אלוהות a list of the deities; Yalk. Ex. 175.Pl. דִּיפְתְּרָאוֹת, דִּיפְתְּרִין, דִּפְ׳. Y.Peah II, 17a bot. דִּפְתְּרֵיהֶן their (national) records. Pesik. R. s. 8 ד׳ כתובות וכ records are written before the Lord

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  • 291 דך

    דֵּךְ, דֵּיכִּיm., דָּךְ f. (דא with format. ך; cmp. דּוּךְ II) this, that. Ezra 5:16; a. fr. Ib. 4:13; a. fr.Targ. Gen. 37:19 דּיכִּי ed. Berl. (ed. דֵּיכִי). Targ. Jud. 6:20; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 5; Yalk. Ps. 848; (play on דָּכְיָם, Ps. 93:3) להָדֵךְ ימא unto this sea there; Midr. Till. to Ps. l. c. להדך פלן, expl. לדוכתא פלן. B. Mets.86a מרי דיכי the lord of this (breeze) here.

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  • 292 דיכי

    דֵּךְ, דֵּיכִּיm., דָּךְ f. (דא with format. ך; cmp. דּוּךְ II) this, that. Ezra 5:16; a. fr. Ib. 4:13; a. fr.Targ. Gen. 37:19 דּיכִּי ed. Berl. (ed. דֵּיכִי). Targ. Jud. 6:20; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 5; Yalk. Ps. 848; (play on דָּכְיָם, Ps. 93:3) להָדֵךְ ימא unto this sea there; Midr. Till. to Ps. l. c. להדך פלן, expl. לדוכתא פלן. B. Mets.86a מרי דיכי the lord of this (breeze) here.

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  • 293 דֵּךְ

    דֵּךְ, דֵּיכִּיm., דָּךְ f. (דא with format. ך; cmp. דּוּךְ II) this, that. Ezra 5:16; a. fr. Ib. 4:13; a. fr.Targ. Gen. 37:19 דּיכִּי ed. Berl. (ed. דֵּיכִי). Targ. Jud. 6:20; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 5; Yalk. Ps. 848; (play on דָּכְיָם, Ps. 93:3) להָדֵךְ ימא unto this sea there; Midr. Till. to Ps. l. c. להדך פלן, expl. לדוכתא פלן. B. Mets.86a מרי דיכי the lord of this (breeze) here.

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  • 294 דֵּיכִּי

    דֵּךְ, דֵּיכִּיm., דָּךְ f. (דא with format. ך; cmp. דּוּךְ II) this, that. Ezra 5:16; a. fr. Ib. 4:13; a. fr.Targ. Gen. 37:19 דּיכִּי ed. Berl. (ed. דֵּיכִי). Targ. Jud. 6:20; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 5; Yalk. Ps. 848; (play on דָּכְיָם, Ps. 93:3) להָדֵךְ ימא unto this sea there; Midr. Till. to Ps. l. c. להדך פלן, expl. לדוכתא פלן. B. Mets.86a מרי דיכי the lord of this (breeze) here.

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  • 295 דכר I

    דְּכַרI = h. זָכַר ( to mark, to remember. Targ. Lam. 3:19 sq. Targ. Ps. 83:6; a. fr.Sabb.12b רחמנא יִדְכְּרִינָךְוכ׳ the Lord remember thee for health.Part. דְּכָר, דָּכְרָא pass. דְּכִיר, דְּכִירָא remembering, reminded. Targ. Ps. 137:1 הוינא דָכְרִין (ed. Lag. דְּכִירִין). Targ. Gen. 8:1; a. fr.; v. דְּכִיר. 2) to mention, remind. Targ. Gen. 40:14 (with על).Targ. Y. I Num. 24:1, v. Af..Sabb.57a, a. fr. מאן ד׳ שמיה who mentioned his (its) name, i. e. what has this to do here? Af. אַדְכַּר to remind, call to remembrance. Targ. Gen. 41:9. Targ. Y. II Num. 24:1 (Y. I מִד׳, corr. acc.); a. e.Ber.31a, a. e. אַדְכַּרְתָּן מילתאוכ׳ thou recallest to my mind what R. … said; Succ.53a bot.Snh.82a אַדְכְּרֵיה רב לגמריה (by reciting the verse) he recalled to Rabs mind a tradition, v. גְּמָרָא. Nidd.24b דכי מַדְכְּרוּ ליה מִדְּכַר that when they mention it (the reason), one should be reminded (that he has heard the law before). Keth.20a מַדְכַּר חד לחבריה one (witness) may recall (the circumstances) to the others mind. Ber.18b לאַדְּכּוּרֵיה to recall it. Ithpe. אִידְּכַר, אִדְּ׳. 1) to be remembered. Targ. Jer. 11:19 יִדְּכַר (not יִדְכַּר). 2) to be reminded, recollect. Targ. Ps. 25:6; a. e.Keth.20b. Nidd.24b, v. supra; a. e.

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  • 296 דְּכַר

    דְּכַרI = h. זָכַר ( to mark, to remember. Targ. Lam. 3:19 sq. Targ. Ps. 83:6; a. fr.Sabb.12b רחמנא יִדְכְּרִינָךְוכ׳ the Lord remember thee for health.Part. דְּכָר, דָּכְרָא pass. דְּכִיר, דְּכִירָא remembering, reminded. Targ. Ps. 137:1 הוינא דָכְרִין (ed. Lag. דְּכִירִין). Targ. Gen. 8:1; a. fr.; v. דְּכִיר. 2) to mention, remind. Targ. Gen. 40:14 (with על).Targ. Y. I Num. 24:1, v. Af..Sabb.57a, a. fr. מאן ד׳ שמיה who mentioned his (its) name, i. e. what has this to do here? Af. אַדְכַּר to remind, call to remembrance. Targ. Gen. 41:9. Targ. Y. II Num. 24:1 (Y. I מִד׳, corr. acc.); a. e.Ber.31a, a. e. אַדְכַּרְתָּן מילתאוכ׳ thou recallest to my mind what R. … said; Succ.53a bot.Snh.82a אַדְכְּרֵיה רב לגמריה (by reciting the verse) he recalled to Rabs mind a tradition, v. גְּמָרָא. Nidd.24b דכי מַדְכְּרוּ ליה מִדְּכַר that when they mention it (the reason), one should be reminded (that he has heard the law before). Keth.20a מַדְכַּר חד לחבריה one (witness) may recall (the circumstances) to the others mind. Ber.18b לאַדְּכּוּרֵיה to recall it. Ithpe. אִידְּכַר, אִדְּ׳. 1) to be remembered. Targ. Jer. 11:19 יִדְּכַר (not יִדְכַּר). 2) to be reminded, recollect. Targ. Ps. 25:6; a. e.Keth.20b. Nidd.24b, v. supra; a. e.

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  • 297 דלדל

    דִּלְדֵּל, דִּיל׳(Pilp. of דָּלַל) to reduce, weaken. Sot.9b (play on דלילה) דִּילְדְּלָה את כחווכ׳ she weakened his strength, his understanding, his merits; Num. R. s. 9. Tanḥ. Bhar 3 מְדַלְדְּלוֹוכ׳ the Lord reduces his income, and he must sell his property. 2) to loosen, detach. Kidd.24b די׳ בו עצם he loosened a tooth in the slaves jaw.Part. pass. מְדוּלְדָּל a) loosely connected, hanging down, detached. Lev. R. s. 34 he is called dal מד׳ מן הנכסים which means detached from his property (homeless); Midr. Prov. ch. XXII דל מנכסיו (insert מדולדל). Ker.III, 8 אבר המ׳ (Talm. ed. 15a sq. המְדוּלְדֶּלֶת) a limb hanging down from the body (not yet entirely detached). Ḥull.IX, 7 האבר … המְדוּלְדָּלין limb or a part of flesh hanging down in tangles. Bekh.III, 4; v. דַּבְלוּל.b) poverty-stricken, beggarly. Succ.22b, v. דַּבְלוּל. Tanḥ. Vayakhel 7 עניים ומְדוּלְדָּלִים poor and miserable. Hithpalp. הִתְדַּלְדֵּל, הִידַּ׳; Nithpa. נִתְדַּלְדֵּל, נִידַּ׳ 1) to become thin, sparse; to be reduced. Num. R. s. 5 (play on דל, Prov. 22:22) והם מִתְדַּלְדְּלִיםוכ׳ they (the Levites) expose themselves to diminution for your sake. 2) to be detached, loosely connected, disarranged, parted into shreds. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d top ני׳ חותמן the berries are forcibly detached from the stalk, v. חוֹתָם. Ḥull.46a נִידַּלְדְּלָה כבדוכ׳ the liver is parted into shreds and mixed up with the fat layers. Ib. 44a סימנים שנִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ gullet and windpipe which are torn loose from their connection so that the larger portion of their circumference is detached. 3) to be disregarded. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) נִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ miracle workers are not appreciated.

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  • 298 דיל׳

    דִּלְדֵּל, דִּיל׳(Pilp. of דָּלַל) to reduce, weaken. Sot.9b (play on דלילה) דִּילְדְּלָה את כחווכ׳ she weakened his strength, his understanding, his merits; Num. R. s. 9. Tanḥ. Bhar 3 מְדַלְדְּלוֹוכ׳ the Lord reduces his income, and he must sell his property. 2) to loosen, detach. Kidd.24b די׳ בו עצם he loosened a tooth in the slaves jaw.Part. pass. מְדוּלְדָּל a) loosely connected, hanging down, detached. Lev. R. s. 34 he is called dal מד׳ מן הנכסים which means detached from his property (homeless); Midr. Prov. ch. XXII דל מנכסיו (insert מדולדל). Ker.III, 8 אבר המ׳ (Talm. ed. 15a sq. המְדוּלְדֶּלֶת) a limb hanging down from the body (not yet entirely detached). Ḥull.IX, 7 האבר … המְדוּלְדָּלין limb or a part of flesh hanging down in tangles. Bekh.III, 4; v. דַּבְלוּל.b) poverty-stricken, beggarly. Succ.22b, v. דַּבְלוּל. Tanḥ. Vayakhel 7 עניים ומְדוּלְדָּלִים poor and miserable. Hithpalp. הִתְדַּלְדֵּל, הִידַּ׳; Nithpa. נִתְדַּלְדֵּל, נִידַּ׳ 1) to become thin, sparse; to be reduced. Num. R. s. 5 (play on דל, Prov. 22:22) והם מִתְדַּלְדְּלִיםוכ׳ they (the Levites) expose themselves to diminution for your sake. 2) to be detached, loosely connected, disarranged, parted into shreds. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d top ני׳ חותמן the berries are forcibly detached from the stalk, v. חוֹתָם. Ḥull.46a נִידַּלְדְּלָה כבדוכ׳ the liver is parted into shreds and mixed up with the fat layers. Ib. 44a סימנים שנִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ gullet and windpipe which are torn loose from their connection so that the larger portion of their circumference is detached. 3) to be disregarded. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) נִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ miracle workers are not appreciated.

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  • 299 דִּלְדֵּל

    דִּלְדֵּל, דִּיל׳(Pilp. of דָּלַל) to reduce, weaken. Sot.9b (play on דלילה) דִּילְדְּלָה את כחווכ׳ she weakened his strength, his understanding, his merits; Num. R. s. 9. Tanḥ. Bhar 3 מְדַלְדְּלוֹוכ׳ the Lord reduces his income, and he must sell his property. 2) to loosen, detach. Kidd.24b די׳ בו עצם he loosened a tooth in the slaves jaw.Part. pass. מְדוּלְדָּל a) loosely connected, hanging down, detached. Lev. R. s. 34 he is called dal מד׳ מן הנכסים which means detached from his property (homeless); Midr. Prov. ch. XXII דל מנכסיו (insert מדולדל). Ker.III, 8 אבר המ׳ (Talm. ed. 15a sq. המְדוּלְדֶּלֶת) a limb hanging down from the body (not yet entirely detached). Ḥull.IX, 7 האבר … המְדוּלְדָּלין limb or a part of flesh hanging down in tangles. Bekh.III, 4; v. דַּבְלוּל.b) poverty-stricken, beggarly. Succ.22b, v. דַּבְלוּל. Tanḥ. Vayakhel 7 עניים ומְדוּלְדָּלִים poor and miserable. Hithpalp. הִתְדַּלְדֵּל, הִידַּ׳; Nithpa. נִתְדַּלְדֵּל, נִידַּ׳ 1) to become thin, sparse; to be reduced. Num. R. s. 5 (play on דל, Prov. 22:22) והם מִתְדַּלְדְּלִיםוכ׳ they (the Levites) expose themselves to diminution for your sake. 2) to be detached, loosely connected, disarranged, parted into shreds. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d top ני׳ חותמן the berries are forcibly detached from the stalk, v. חוֹתָם. Ḥull.46a נִידַּלְדְּלָה כבדוכ׳ the liver is parted into shreds and mixed up with the fat layers. Ib. 44a סימנים שנִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ gullet and windpipe which are torn loose from their connection so that the larger portion of their circumference is detached. 3) to be disregarded. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) נִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ miracle workers are not appreciated.

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  • 300 דִּיל׳

    דִּלְדֵּל, דִּיל׳(Pilp. of דָּלַל) to reduce, weaken. Sot.9b (play on דלילה) דִּילְדְּלָה את כחווכ׳ she weakened his strength, his understanding, his merits; Num. R. s. 9. Tanḥ. Bhar 3 מְדַלְדְּלוֹוכ׳ the Lord reduces his income, and he must sell his property. 2) to loosen, detach. Kidd.24b די׳ בו עצם he loosened a tooth in the slaves jaw.Part. pass. מְדוּלְדָּל a) loosely connected, hanging down, detached. Lev. R. s. 34 he is called dal מד׳ מן הנכסים which means detached from his property (homeless); Midr. Prov. ch. XXII דל מנכסיו (insert מדולדל). Ker.III, 8 אבר המ׳ (Talm. ed. 15a sq. המְדוּלְדֶּלֶת) a limb hanging down from the body (not yet entirely detached). Ḥull.IX, 7 האבר … המְדוּלְדָּלין limb or a part of flesh hanging down in tangles. Bekh.III, 4; v. דַּבְלוּל.b) poverty-stricken, beggarly. Succ.22b, v. דַּבְלוּל. Tanḥ. Vayakhel 7 עניים ומְדוּלְדָּלִים poor and miserable. Hithpalp. הִתְדַּלְדֵּל, הִידַּ׳; Nithpa. נִתְדַּלְדֵּל, נִידַּ׳ 1) to become thin, sparse; to be reduced. Num. R. s. 5 (play on דל, Prov. 22:22) והם מִתְדַּלְדְּלִיםוכ׳ they (the Levites) expose themselves to diminution for your sake. 2) to be detached, loosely connected, disarranged, parted into shreds. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d top ני׳ חותמן the berries are forcibly detached from the stalk, v. חוֹתָם. Ḥull.46a נִידַּלְדְּלָה כבדוכ׳ the liver is parted into shreds and mixed up with the fat layers. Ib. 44a סימנים שנִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ gullet and windpipe which are torn loose from their connection so that the larger portion of their circumference is detached. 3) to be disregarded. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) נִדַּלְדְּלוּוכ׳ miracle workers are not appreciated.

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