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  • 301 דלי

    דלי, דָּלָה(b. h.; דָּלַל) (to be suspended, swing; denom. דֳלִי; whence) 1) to draw water. Gen. R. s. 93; Cant. R. to I, 1. Ex. R. s. 1 אנשים דּוֹלִיםוכ׳ men draw the water and women water the flock; a. fr.Yoma 28b (play on ד̇מ̇ש̇ק̇, Gen. 15:2) שדֹּוֹלֶה ומ̇ש̇ק̇הוכ׳ he (Eliezer) drew and gave to drink of his masters teachings. 2) to lift up, relieve. Midr. Till. to Ps. 1:3 וכשיִדְלֵנִיוכ׳ and when the Lord shall lift me up out of the depths of suffering. Cant. R. to II, 1. Hif. הִרְלָה 1) to draw water, to irrigate. B. Kam.51b המַדְלֶה מיםוכ׳ he who draws water (to irrigate his field); ואני אַדְלֶה and I will ; a. fr. 2) (denom. of דָּלִית) to suspend, to train a plant to an espalier Succ.I, 4 ה׳ עליהוכ׳ if he trained a vine over the festive wreath. Kil. VI, 4; a. fr.Part. pass. מוּדְלֶה, f. מוּדְלָה. Ib. Midd. III, 8. Y.B. Mets.X, 12c, v. דָּלִית.Bab. ib. 91b במוּדָלוֹת Ms. F. (ed. במודלית) when figs and grapes overhang one another. Y.Shebi.II, 33c bot. מודלה, v. מִּדְלַעַת. Pi. דִּלָּה to sprinkle. Part. מְדַלֶּה, pl. מְדַלִּין. M. Kat. 4a sq., v. דָּלַל.

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  • 302 דלה

    דלי, דָּלָה(b. h.; דָּלַל) (to be suspended, swing; denom. דֳלִי; whence) 1) to draw water. Gen. R. s. 93; Cant. R. to I, 1. Ex. R. s. 1 אנשים דּוֹלִיםוכ׳ men draw the water and women water the flock; a. fr.Yoma 28b (play on ד̇מ̇ש̇ק̇, Gen. 15:2) שדֹּוֹלֶה ומ̇ש̇ק̇הוכ׳ he (Eliezer) drew and gave to drink of his masters teachings. 2) to lift up, relieve. Midr. Till. to Ps. 1:3 וכשיִדְלֵנִיוכ׳ and when the Lord shall lift me up out of the depths of suffering. Cant. R. to II, 1. Hif. הִרְלָה 1) to draw water, to irrigate. B. Kam.51b המַדְלֶה מיםוכ׳ he who draws water (to irrigate his field); ואני אַדְלֶה and I will ; a. fr. 2) (denom. of דָּלִית) to suspend, to train a plant to an espalier Succ.I, 4 ה׳ עליהוכ׳ if he trained a vine over the festive wreath. Kil. VI, 4; a. fr.Part. pass. מוּדְלֶה, f. מוּדְלָה. Ib. Midd. III, 8. Y.B. Mets.X, 12c, v. דָּלִית.Bab. ib. 91b במוּדָלוֹת Ms. F. (ed. במודלית) when figs and grapes overhang one another. Y.Shebi.II, 33c bot. מודלה, v. מִּדְלַעַת. Pi. דִּלָּה to sprinkle. Part. מְדַלֶּה, pl. מְדַלִּין. M. Kat. 4a sq., v. דָּלַל.

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  • 303 דָּלָה

    דלי, דָּלָה(b. h.; דָּלַל) (to be suspended, swing; denom. דֳלִי; whence) 1) to draw water. Gen. R. s. 93; Cant. R. to I, 1. Ex. R. s. 1 אנשים דּוֹלִיםוכ׳ men draw the water and women water the flock; a. fr.Yoma 28b (play on ד̇מ̇ש̇ק̇, Gen. 15:2) שדֹּוֹלֶה ומ̇ש̇ק̇הוכ׳ he (Eliezer) drew and gave to drink of his masters teachings. 2) to lift up, relieve. Midr. Till. to Ps. 1:3 וכשיִדְלֵנִיוכ׳ and when the Lord shall lift me up out of the depths of suffering. Cant. R. to II, 1. Hif. הִרְלָה 1) to draw water, to irrigate. B. Kam.51b המַדְלֶה מיםוכ׳ he who draws water (to irrigate his field); ואני אַדְלֶה and I will ; a. fr. 2) (denom. of דָּלִית) to suspend, to train a plant to an espalier Succ.I, 4 ה׳ עליהוכ׳ if he trained a vine over the festive wreath. Kil. VI, 4; a. fr.Part. pass. מוּדְלֶה, f. מוּדְלָה. Ib. Midd. III, 8. Y.B. Mets.X, 12c, v. דָּלִית.Bab. ib. 91b במוּדָלוֹת Ms. F. (ed. במודלית) when figs and grapes overhang one another. Y.Shebi.II, 33c bot. מודלה, v. מִּדְלַעַת. Pi. דִּלָּה to sprinkle. Part. מְדַלֶּה, pl. מְדַלִּין. M. Kat. 4a sq., v. דָּלַל.

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  • 304 דם

    דָּםm., constr. דַּם (b. h.; דום or דמם, cmp. דבב) liquid; blood; life. Men.44a בדָמוֹ (not בדמה, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) with the juice of the purple shell.Sabb.31b רביעיתר׳ וב׳ one fourth of a Log of blood did I (the Lord) put in your body (the smallest quantity required to sustain life, v. bot. 5a). Snh.72b (ref. to Gen. 9:6) הצל דָּמוֹוכ׳ save the life of the one (who is pursued) at the expense of the life of the other (the pursuer).דַּם ברית = ד׳ של מילה the blood lost at circumcision. Tosef.Sabb.XV (XVI), 9 צריך להטיף … ד׳ ב׳ he must cause the blood of the covenant to flow from him (even if born without preputium). Ib. 8; a. fr.Pes.16b ד׳ שהנפשוכ׳ the blood with which life escapes when cutting the animals throat is called a fluid (with regard to levitical purity, v. כָּשַׁר); a. v. fr.Pl. דַּמִים. Keth.9b טענת ד׳ complaint of absence of the token of virginity.שְׁפִיכוּת ד׳ (abbr. ש״ד) murder. Yoma 67b; a. fr.Midd. III, 1, a. e. ד׳ העליונים blood sprinkled against the upper part of the altar, opp. ד׳ התחתונים.Snh.VIII, 6, a. fr. (with ref. to Ex. 22:1) יש לו ד׳ his blood is revenged, אין לו ד׳ may be killed with impunity. Ib. 72a בד׳ קננהו he acquired possession of them by risking his life.דַּמִים equivalent, v. דָּמִים.)

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  • 305 דָּם

    דָּםm., constr. דַּם (b. h.; דום or דמם, cmp. דבב) liquid; blood; life. Men.44a בדָמוֹ (not בדמה, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) with the juice of the purple shell.Sabb.31b רביעיתר׳ וב׳ one fourth of a Log of blood did I (the Lord) put in your body (the smallest quantity required to sustain life, v. bot. 5a). Snh.72b (ref. to Gen. 9:6) הצל דָּמוֹוכ׳ save the life of the one (who is pursued) at the expense of the life of the other (the pursuer).דַּם ברית = ד׳ של מילה the blood lost at circumcision. Tosef.Sabb.XV (XVI), 9 צריך להטיף … ד׳ ב׳ he must cause the blood of the covenant to flow from him (even if born without preputium). Ib. 8; a. fr.Pes.16b ד׳ שהנפשוכ׳ the blood with which life escapes when cutting the animals throat is called a fluid (with regard to levitical purity, v. כָּשַׁר); a. v. fr.Pl. דַּמִים. Keth.9b טענת ד׳ complaint of absence of the token of virginity.שְׁפִיכוּת ד׳ (abbr. ש״ד) murder. Yoma 67b; a. fr.Midd. III, 1, a. e. ד׳ העליונים blood sprinkled against the upper part of the altar, opp. ד׳ התחתונים.Snh.VIII, 6, a. fr. (with ref. to Ex. 22:1) יש לו ד׳ his blood is revenged, אין לו ד׳ may be killed with impunity. Ib. 72a בד׳ קננהו he acquired possession of them by risking his life.דַּמִים equivalent, v. דָּמִים.)

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  • 306 דקדק

    דִּקְדֵּק(Pilp. of דוק or דקק) 1) to crush, grind; v. Nithpa.Part. pass, מְדוּקְדָּק broken, humiliated, afflicted. Ex. R. s. 31 מדו׳ בעניות afflicted with poverty. Gen. R. s. 100 עני מדו׳ a very poor man. 2) to even a woof by beating. Tosef.Sabb.VIII (IX):2; Sabb.75b; 97b (v. Rashi a. l.). 3) to examine minutely, search, investigate (charity cases); to trace genealogical records (corresp. to בָּדַק); in gen. to be very strict in religious observances; (with עם) to deal strictly with (esp. used of divine retribution). Y.Peah VIII, 21a מְדַקְדְּקִין בכסותוכ׳ you must make inquiries if one asks for clothes, but you must not, if food is asked for; Lev. R. s. 34 (B. Bath.9a בודקין).Y.Kidd.VI, 65d אין מד׳ אחריה you must not trace its past records. Y.B. Bath.IV, end, 14d it is the custom in sales להיות מְדַקְדְּקִין to be strict, opp. בעין יפה liberal. Ex. R. s. 31 מד׳ עמהם he is stinting (illiberal) towards the poor. Y.Succ.I, 52b top לא די׳ בה he paid no particular attention to its preparation. Ḥull.4a הרבה מד׳ בה יותרוכ׳ they are very strict in the observance, even more so than ; Tosef.Pes.I (II), 15.Yeb.121b (ref. to Ps. 50:3) הקב״ה מד׳ עםוכ׳ the Lord deals with those around Him (the good) strictly, to a hairs breadth; Y.Shek.VI, 48d. Lev. R. s. 27; a. fr.Tanḥ. Mishp. 11 למה אתה תְדַקְדֵּק בהכאתה why art thou so severe in punishing her? Nithpa. נִדַּקְדֵּק (= נִתְדַּ׳) to be crushed, powdered. Ohol. II, 7.

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  • 307 דִּקְדֵּק

    דִּקְדֵּק(Pilp. of דוק or דקק) 1) to crush, grind; v. Nithpa.Part. pass, מְדוּקְדָּק broken, humiliated, afflicted. Ex. R. s. 31 מדו׳ בעניות afflicted with poverty. Gen. R. s. 100 עני מדו׳ a very poor man. 2) to even a woof by beating. Tosef.Sabb.VIII (IX):2; Sabb.75b; 97b (v. Rashi a. l.). 3) to examine minutely, search, investigate (charity cases); to trace genealogical records (corresp. to בָּדַק); in gen. to be very strict in religious observances; (with עם) to deal strictly with (esp. used of divine retribution). Y.Peah VIII, 21a מְדַקְדְּקִין בכסותוכ׳ you must make inquiries if one asks for clothes, but you must not, if food is asked for; Lev. R. s. 34 (B. Bath.9a בודקין).Y.Kidd.VI, 65d אין מד׳ אחריה you must not trace its past records. Y.B. Bath.IV, end, 14d it is the custom in sales להיות מְדַקְדְּקִין to be strict, opp. בעין יפה liberal. Ex. R. s. 31 מד׳ עמהם he is stinting (illiberal) towards the poor. Y.Succ.I, 52b top לא די׳ בה he paid no particular attention to its preparation. Ḥull.4a הרבה מד׳ בה יותרוכ׳ they are very strict in the observance, even more so than ; Tosef.Pes.I (II), 15.Yeb.121b (ref. to Ps. 50:3) הקב״ה מד׳ עםוכ׳ the Lord deals with those around Him (the good) strictly, to a hairs breadth; Y.Shek.VI, 48d. Lev. R. s. 27; a. fr.Tanḥ. Mishp. 11 למה אתה תְדַקְדֵּק בהכאתה why art thou so severe in punishing her? Nithpa. נִדַּקְדֵּק (= נִתְדַּ׳) to be crushed, powdered. Ohol. II, 7.

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  • 308 דר

    דָּר, דָּרָאI ch. 1) same, row, range, order. Keth.60a בד׳ דנשי in a row of women. B. Kam. 117a Stop בד׳ קמא in the first row of scholars. Ḥull.11a top ד׳ דגברי a row of men. Ib. 47a בד׳ דאוני within the ranges of the lobes of the lungs. Ib. 53a בד׳ דסיחופיה in the order in which the claws of the lions paw appear when he assaults an animal. Snh.97b ד׳ קמא דקמיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. ד׳ דקמי; Ms. K. a. Ar. דָּרֵי, pl.) the first row (of righteous men) before the Lord; Succ.45b (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 9).Kidd.36b ר״י דדריה R. J. his class-mate; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרֵי. Meg.12a (expl. דַּר, Esth. 1:6) ד׳ ד׳ ranges of mosaics. Nidd.20a תלתא ד׳וכ׳ there are three ranges of leaves, and three leaves in each. Ber.28a ד׳ חיוורתא rows of white hair. Ib. 62b (phonetic etymol. of קפנדריא) אדמקיפנא אַדָּ׳וכ׳ in place of going around the rows of houses Ab. Zar.28a ומייתי דמא מבי דרי ed. (Ms. M. מבי ככי); Yoma 84a ואתי דמא מבי ד׳ (Ms. M. ומייתי ליה דמא מבי ככי ושיני) and he makes blood come (and blood will come) out from between the rows of teeth. (Ib. בככי דריה, v. דְּרָרָא. Taan.3b; B. Mets.73a; B. Kam. 113b בי ד׳, v. דָּרֵי. 2) a range of wood, pyre. Cant. R. to III, 4 ד׳ יקידא יקדת a burning pyre hast thou set on fire, v. יְקַד.Pl. as above. Targ. Ps. 82:1–5 Ms. (ed. זרזי). 3) (v. דּוֹר) period, generation. Targ. Deut. 33:7. Targ. Job. 6:17; a. fr.Ḥag.5a עד דמלי להו לד׳ until they have completed the period (lived the years allotted to them). Snh.97b בכל ד׳ וד׳ (Ms. M.) in each generation; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרַיָּא, דָּרֵי. Targ. Is. 61:8 sqTarg. Ps. 49:12 (Ms. דָּרָתָא); a. fr.Ḥull.93b; Yeb.39b אכשור ד׳ have the generations (the present) grown better?

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  • 309 דרא I

    דָּר, דָּרָאI ch. 1) same, row, range, order. Keth.60a בד׳ דנשי in a row of women. B. Kam. 117a Stop בד׳ קמא in the first row of scholars. Ḥull.11a top ד׳ דגברי a row of men. Ib. 47a בד׳ דאוני within the ranges of the lobes of the lungs. Ib. 53a בד׳ דסיחופיה in the order in which the claws of the lions paw appear when he assaults an animal. Snh.97b ד׳ קמא דקמיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. ד׳ דקמי; Ms. K. a. Ar. דָּרֵי, pl.) the first row (of righteous men) before the Lord; Succ.45b (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 9).Kidd.36b ר״י דדריה R. J. his class-mate; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרֵי. Meg.12a (expl. דַּר, Esth. 1:6) ד׳ ד׳ ranges of mosaics. Nidd.20a תלתא ד׳וכ׳ there are three ranges of leaves, and three leaves in each. Ber.28a ד׳ חיוורתא rows of white hair. Ib. 62b (phonetic etymol. of קפנדריא) אדמקיפנא אַדָּ׳וכ׳ in place of going around the rows of houses Ab. Zar.28a ומייתי דמא מבי דרי ed. (Ms. M. מבי ככי); Yoma 84a ואתי דמא מבי ד׳ (Ms. M. ומייתי ליה דמא מבי ככי ושיני) and he makes blood come (and blood will come) out from between the rows of teeth. (Ib. בככי דריה, v. דְּרָרָא. Taan.3b; B. Mets.73a; B. Kam. 113b בי ד׳, v. דָּרֵי. 2) a range of wood, pyre. Cant. R. to III, 4 ד׳ יקידא יקדת a burning pyre hast thou set on fire, v. יְקַד.Pl. as above. Targ. Ps. 82:1–5 Ms. (ed. זרזי). 3) (v. דּוֹר) period, generation. Targ. Deut. 33:7. Targ. Job. 6:17; a. fr.Ḥag.5a עד דמלי להו לד׳ until they have completed the period (lived the years allotted to them). Snh.97b בכל ד׳ וד׳ (Ms. M.) in each generation; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרַיָּא, דָּרֵי. Targ. Is. 61:8 sqTarg. Ps. 49:12 (Ms. דָּרָתָא); a. fr.Ḥull.93b; Yeb.39b אכשור ד׳ have the generations (the present) grown better?

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  • 310 דָּר

    דָּר, דָּרָאI ch. 1) same, row, range, order. Keth.60a בד׳ דנשי in a row of women. B. Kam. 117a Stop בד׳ קמא in the first row of scholars. Ḥull.11a top ד׳ דגברי a row of men. Ib. 47a בד׳ דאוני within the ranges of the lobes of the lungs. Ib. 53a בד׳ דסיחופיה in the order in which the claws of the lions paw appear when he assaults an animal. Snh.97b ד׳ קמא דקמיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. ד׳ דקמי; Ms. K. a. Ar. דָּרֵי, pl.) the first row (of righteous men) before the Lord; Succ.45b (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 9).Kidd.36b ר״י דדריה R. J. his class-mate; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרֵי. Meg.12a (expl. דַּר, Esth. 1:6) ד׳ ד׳ ranges of mosaics. Nidd.20a תלתא ד׳וכ׳ there are three ranges of leaves, and three leaves in each. Ber.28a ד׳ חיוורתא rows of white hair. Ib. 62b (phonetic etymol. of קפנדריא) אדמקיפנא אַדָּ׳וכ׳ in place of going around the rows of houses Ab. Zar.28a ומייתי דמא מבי דרי ed. (Ms. M. מבי ככי); Yoma 84a ואתי דמא מבי ד׳ (Ms. M. ומייתי ליה דמא מבי ככי ושיני) and he makes blood come (and blood will come) out from between the rows of teeth. (Ib. בככי דריה, v. דְּרָרָא. Taan.3b; B. Mets.73a; B. Kam. 113b בי ד׳, v. דָּרֵי. 2) a range of wood, pyre. Cant. R. to III, 4 ד׳ יקידא יקדת a burning pyre hast thou set on fire, v. יְקַד.Pl. as above. Targ. Ps. 82:1–5 Ms. (ed. זרזי). 3) (v. דּוֹר) period, generation. Targ. Deut. 33:7. Targ. Job. 6:17; a. fr.Ḥag.5a עד דמלי להו לד׳ until they have completed the period (lived the years allotted to them). Snh.97b בכל ד׳ וד׳ (Ms. M.) in each generation; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרַיָּא, דָּרֵי. Targ. Is. 61:8 sqTarg. Ps. 49:12 (Ms. דָּרָתָא); a. fr.Ḥull.93b; Yeb.39b אכשור ד׳ have the generations (the present) grown better?

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  • 311 דָּרָא

    דָּר, דָּרָאI ch. 1) same, row, range, order. Keth.60a בד׳ דנשי in a row of women. B. Kam. 117a Stop בד׳ קמא in the first row of scholars. Ḥull.11a top ד׳ דגברי a row of men. Ib. 47a בד׳ דאוני within the ranges of the lobes of the lungs. Ib. 53a בד׳ דסיחופיה in the order in which the claws of the lions paw appear when he assaults an animal. Snh.97b ד׳ קמא דקמיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. ד׳ דקמי; Ms. K. a. Ar. דָּרֵי, pl.) the first row (of righteous men) before the Lord; Succ.45b (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 9).Kidd.36b ר״י דדריה R. J. his class-mate; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרֵי. Meg.12a (expl. דַּר, Esth. 1:6) ד׳ ד׳ ranges of mosaics. Nidd.20a תלתא ד׳וכ׳ there are three ranges of leaves, and three leaves in each. Ber.28a ד׳ חיוורתא rows of white hair. Ib. 62b (phonetic etymol. of קפנדריא) אדמקיפנא אַדָּ׳וכ׳ in place of going around the rows of houses Ab. Zar.28a ומייתי דמא מבי דרי ed. (Ms. M. מבי ככי); Yoma 84a ואתי דמא מבי ד׳ (Ms. M. ומייתי ליה דמא מבי ככי ושיני) and he makes blood come (and blood will come) out from between the rows of teeth. (Ib. בככי דריה, v. דְּרָרָא. Taan.3b; B. Mets.73a; B. Kam. 113b בי ד׳, v. דָּרֵי. 2) a range of wood, pyre. Cant. R. to III, 4 ד׳ יקידא יקדת a burning pyre hast thou set on fire, v. יְקַד.Pl. as above. Targ. Ps. 82:1–5 Ms. (ed. זרזי). 3) (v. דּוֹר) period, generation. Targ. Deut. 33:7. Targ. Job. 6:17; a. fr.Ḥag.5a עד דמלי להו לד׳ until they have completed the period (lived the years allotted to them). Snh.97b בכל ד׳ וד׳ (Ms. M.) in each generation; a. fr.Pl. דָּרִין, דָּרַיָּא, דָּרֵי. Targ. Is. 61:8 sqTarg. Ps. 49:12 (Ms. דָּרָתָא); a. fr.Ḥull.93b; Yeb.39b אכשור ד׳ have the generations (the present) grown better?

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  • 312 דרופתקי

    דָּרוּפִתְקֵיm. sing. a. pl. (a comp. of דרי to carry, a. pl. of פִּתְקָא; cmp. מקבלי פתקין Sabb.X, 4) bag for official documents, mail bag. Snh.99b (read with Ms. M. כולהו גופי ד׳ נינהו טוביה לדזכי והוי ד׳ דאורייתאשנ׳ כי … בבטנך (Ar. דרפתקי) all human bodies are mail bags (carrying the decrees of the Lord); happy they who are found worthy to be receptacles of the Law, as it says (Prov. 22:18).

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  • 313 דָּרוּפִתְקֵי

    דָּרוּפִתְקֵיm. sing. a. pl. (a comp. of דרי to carry, a. pl. of פִּתְקָא; cmp. מקבלי פתקין Sabb.X, 4) bag for official documents, mail bag. Snh.99b (read with Ms. M. כולהו גופי ד׳ נינהו טוביה לדזכי והוי ד׳ דאורייתאשנ׳ כי … בבטנך (Ar. דרפתקי) all human bodies are mail bags (carrying the decrees of the Lord); happy they who are found worthy to be receptacles of the Law, as it says (Prov. 22:18).

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  • 314 דריסה

    דְּרִיסָהf. ( דרס) treading; walking, crossing. Sabb.145a דְּרִיסַת זיתיםוכ׳ (Ms. M. דְּרִיסַת) treading olives Meg.I, 6 דריסת הרגל entering ones ground, the benefit of crossing; Y.Erub.VI, 23d botY.Bicc.63d top מקום ד׳ a place for crossing, (right of way but not ownership of the interior of the soil). Lev. R. s. 3, beg. ד׳ אחתוכ׳ one passing which the Lord passed.Y.Sabb.I, 2d bot. כל המעכב דרסה (corr. acc.) whatever prevents from crossing; a. fr.Bets.I, 5, v. דִּוֹרְסָן.

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  • 315 דְּרִיסָה

    דְּרִיסָהf. ( דרס) treading; walking, crossing. Sabb.145a דְּרִיסַת זיתיםוכ׳ (Ms. M. דְּרִיסַת) treading olives Meg.I, 6 דריסת הרגל entering ones ground, the benefit of crossing; Y.Erub.VI, 23d botY.Bicc.63d top מקום ד׳ a place for crossing, (right of way but not ownership of the interior of the soil). Lev. R. s. 3, beg. ד׳ אחתוכ׳ one passing which the Lord passed.Y.Sabb.I, 2d bot. כל המעכב דרסה (corr. acc.) whatever prevents from crossing; a. fr.Bets.I, 5, v. דִּוֹרְסָן.

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  • 316 דרש

    דְּרַשch. same. Targ. Jer. 48:26, someed., ידרשון, v. דְּשַׁש. Targ. Jud. 5:9.Succ.51b bot. קרא אשכחו ודָרוּש they found a Bible verse and interpreted it. Arakh.30b איכא למִידְרְשִׁינְהוּוכ׳ it may be interpreted in favor of a lenient practice Sot.21a דַּרְשַׁיה … להאי קרא R. … interpreted this verse. Ib. מאי דָרוּש what verse did they interpret (to guide them in their action)?Bets.28a דַּרְשִׁינָן משמך we taught in thy name. Yeb.94a הוה ליה … למִידְרַשוכ׳ R. El. might have given a valuable interpretation, v. מַרְגְּנִיתָא. Lev. R. s. 9 עד דיחסל מִמִּדְרַש until he ended his lecture. Ber.28a נִדְרֹוש מרוכ׳ shall this teacher lecture one Sabbath, and the other ? Ib. לִדְרֹושר׳ (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); a. v. fr.דָּרֵיש lecturer. Y.Yeb.XIV, 13a top ד׳ ודייןוכ׳ to serve as lecturer, judge Ithpe. אִידְּרִיש to be interpreted. Ber63a האי קרא … מִדְּרִישוכ׳ this verse (Ps. 119:126) can be interpreted in its regular order (it is time to work, because people neglect the law) or in inverted order (the teachers ignore the letter of the law, because it is time to work for the Lord by guarding its spirit); ib. 60a; Snh.70a.

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  • 317 דְּרַש

    דְּרַשch. same. Targ. Jer. 48:26, someed., ידרשון, v. דְּשַׁש. Targ. Jud. 5:9.Succ.51b bot. קרא אשכחו ודָרוּש they found a Bible verse and interpreted it. Arakh.30b איכא למִידְרְשִׁינְהוּוכ׳ it may be interpreted in favor of a lenient practice Sot.21a דַּרְשַׁיה … להאי קרא R. … interpreted this verse. Ib. מאי דָרוּש what verse did they interpret (to guide them in their action)?Bets.28a דַּרְשִׁינָן משמך we taught in thy name. Yeb.94a הוה ליה … למִידְרַשוכ׳ R. El. might have given a valuable interpretation, v. מַרְגְּנִיתָא. Lev. R. s. 9 עד דיחסל מִמִּדְרַש until he ended his lecture. Ber.28a נִדְרֹוש מרוכ׳ shall this teacher lecture one Sabbath, and the other ? Ib. לִדְרֹושר׳ (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); a. v. fr.דָּרֵיש lecturer. Y.Yeb.XIV, 13a top ד׳ ודייןוכ׳ to serve as lecturer, judge Ithpe. אִידְּרִיש to be interpreted. Ber63a האי קרא … מִדְּרִישוכ׳ this verse (Ps. 119:126) can be interpreted in its regular order (it is time to work, because people neglect the law) or in inverted order (the teachers ignore the letter of the law, because it is time to work for the Lord by guarding its spirit); ib. 60a; Snh.70a.

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  • 318 דרתא

    דַּרְתָּא, דָּרְתָּא, דָּרָאf. ( דור 1) court-yard. Targ. Ex. 27:12; a. fr.Targ. II Esth. 5:1; 6:5 דרא; I Esth. דרתא.Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. עד דַּרְתֵּיה דר׳וכ׳ (ed. Krot. דַּרְתָּה) to the court of R. H.s residence. Yoma 72b; Sabb.31b דלית ליה ד׳וכ׳ he who has no court, but makes a gate way for his court (who possesses erudition but no fear of the Lord).Pl. (דַּרְתַּיָּא) דָּרָתָא, דָּרָאתָא. Targ. 2 Kings 21:5 (ed. Lag. דָּרָת constr.). Targ. Ps. 10:8 דורתיא ed. Lag. (Var. דדרתיא, Ms. דּוּרָאתָיָיא). Targ. 1 Chr. 23:28 דרתיא ed. Lag. (ed. Rahmer דראתא). 2) buildings, dwellings in a court.Pl. דָּרָתָא. B. Bath.67a if he said דִּירָתָא, all agree, it meant houses; they differ only when he said דַּרְתָּא (Ms. O. דָּרָאתָא), the one says, the court is meant Ib. if he said דָּרָאתָא (Ms. M. דרתא).

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  • 319 דַּרְתָּא

    דַּרְתָּא, דָּרְתָּא, דָּרָאf. ( דור 1) court-yard. Targ. Ex. 27:12; a. fr.Targ. II Esth. 5:1; 6:5 דרא; I Esth. דרתא.Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. עד דַּרְתֵּיה דר׳וכ׳ (ed. Krot. דַּרְתָּה) to the court of R. H.s residence. Yoma 72b; Sabb.31b דלית ליה ד׳וכ׳ he who has no court, but makes a gate way for his court (who possesses erudition but no fear of the Lord).Pl. (דַּרְתַּיָּא) דָּרָתָא, דָּרָאתָא. Targ. 2 Kings 21:5 (ed. Lag. דָּרָת constr.). Targ. Ps. 10:8 דורתיא ed. Lag. (Var. דדרתיא, Ms. דּוּרָאתָיָיא). Targ. 1 Chr. 23:28 דרתיא ed. Lag. (ed. Rahmer דראתא). 2) buildings, dwellings in a court.Pl. דָּרָתָא. B. Bath.67a if he said דִּירָתָא, all agree, it meant houses; they differ only when he said דַּרְתָּא (Ms. O. דָּרָאתָא), the one says, the court is meant Ib. if he said דָּרָאתָא (Ms. M. דרתא).

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  • 320 דָּרְתָּא

    דַּרְתָּא, דָּרְתָּא, דָּרָאf. ( דור 1) court-yard. Targ. Ex. 27:12; a. fr.Targ. II Esth. 5:1; 6:5 דרא; I Esth. דרתא.Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. עד דַּרְתֵּיה דר׳וכ׳ (ed. Krot. דַּרְתָּה) to the court of R. H.s residence. Yoma 72b; Sabb.31b דלית ליה ד׳וכ׳ he who has no court, but makes a gate way for his court (who possesses erudition but no fear of the Lord).Pl. (דַּרְתַּיָּא) דָּרָתָא, דָּרָאתָא. Targ. 2 Kings 21:5 (ed. Lag. דָּרָת constr.). Targ. Ps. 10:8 דורתיא ed. Lag. (Var. דדרתיא, Ms. דּוּרָאתָיָיא). Targ. 1 Chr. 23:28 דרתיא ed. Lag. (ed. Rahmer דראתא). 2) buildings, dwellings in a court.Pl. דָּרָתָא. B. Bath.67a if he said דִּירָתָא, all agree, it meant houses; they differ only when he said דַּרְתָּא (Ms. O. דָּרָאתָא), the one says, the court is meant Ib. if he said דָּרָאתָא (Ms. M. דרתא).

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