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  • 321 דָּרָא

    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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  • 322 הדר

    הָדַר(b. h.; cmp. חדר, חזר) to enclose, go around. Part. Pass. הָדוּר 1) rounded. Ḥull.59b הֲדוּרוֹת בעינן Ar. (ed. חֲדוּרוֹת, v. חָדַר) the horns must de rounded (not flat; Ar.: showing circular layers). 2) (b. h.) distinguished, adorned, beautiful. Gen. R. s. 60 (ref. to הלזה, Gen. 24:25) ראתה אותוה׳ she saw his commanding appearance; Midr. Till. to Ps. 90, end. Pi. הִדֵּר, הִי׳ 1) to crown, adorn, distinguish. Lev. R. s. 30 שהִדְּרוֹהקב״הוכ׳ whom the Lord crowned with old age. Kidd.32b. יְהַדְּרֶנּוּ בממון that he must show him honor even at a material sacrifice; a. e.Part. Pass, מְהוּדָּר. Lev. R. s. 3 שיהא המזבח מה׳וכ׳ that the altar may appear adorned by the poor mans offering; a. e. 2) to go around searching, whence to be zealous in religious observances, to look oict for the best method of doing good. Sabb.21b המְהַדְּרִין the zealous, המה׳ מן המה׳ the most zealous. V. הִידּוּר. Hithpa. הִתְהַדֵּר to be crowned, glorified. Gen. R. s. 1 הוא לבדו מִתְהַדֵּרוכ׳ He alone is glorified through His world.

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  • 323 הָדַר

    הָדַר(b. h.; cmp. חדר, חזר) to enclose, go around. Part. Pass. הָדוּר 1) rounded. Ḥull.59b הֲדוּרוֹת בעינן Ar. (ed. חֲדוּרוֹת, v. חָדַר) the horns must de rounded (not flat; Ar.: showing circular layers). 2) (b. h.) distinguished, adorned, beautiful. Gen. R. s. 60 (ref. to הלזה, Gen. 24:25) ראתה אותוה׳ she saw his commanding appearance; Midr. Till. to Ps. 90, end. Pi. הִדֵּר, הִי׳ 1) to crown, adorn, distinguish. Lev. R. s. 30 שהִדְּרוֹהקב״הוכ׳ whom the Lord crowned with old age. Kidd.32b. יְהַדְּרֶנּוּ בממון that he must show him honor even at a material sacrifice; a. e.Part. Pass, מְהוּדָּר. Lev. R. s. 3 שיהא המזבח מה׳וכ׳ that the altar may appear adorned by the poor mans offering; a. e. 2) to go around searching, whence to be zealous in religious observances, to look oict for the best method of doing good. Sabb.21b המְהַדְּרִין the zealous, המה׳ מן המה׳ the most zealous. V. הִידּוּר. Hithpa. הִתְהַדֵּר to be crowned, glorified. Gen. R. s. 1 הוא לבדו מִתְהַדֵּרוכ׳ He alone is glorified through His world.

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  • 324 הודאה

    הוֹדָאָה, הוֹדָיָה,f. ( ודי) 1) confession, admission. Shebu.VI, 1הה׳ בשוהוכ׳ the amount admitted to be due must be at least one Prutah. B. Mets.3b, a. fr. הוֹדָאַת בעל דיןוכ׳ the admission of indebtedness by the defendant is worth as much as a hundred witnesses; a. fr. 2) confession before the Lord, thanksgiving. Sot.IX, 10 (47a) הוֹדָיַית המעשר (Mish. הוֹדָיוֹת, pl.) the confession to be recited on having given away the third years tithes (Deut. 26:12 sq.); ib. 47b הוֹדָאַת; Maas. Sh. V, 15 (Mish. ed. הודיות). Gen. R. s. 71 Leah seized פלךה׳ the shuttle of confession (made gratitude her duty, Gen. 29:35); בעליה׳ men of confession (ready to admit their wrong or to thank the Lord); Midr. Sam. ch. XXVIII.Ber.IV, 2 (28b) אני נותןה׳וכ׳ I offer thanks for my lot (being permitted to teach). Y. ib. I, 3d top ה׳ ושבחוכ׳ thanks and praise are due to ; a. fr. 3) Hodaah, the first of the last three sections of the Prayer of Benedictions ( תפלה), so named from the words Modim Ber.34a בה׳ תחלהוכ׳ in reciting the Hodaah one must bend at the beginning Ib. b בה׳ ובה׳ של הלל on reading the Hodaah or the thanksgiving in Hallel (הוֹדוּ). Ib. ה׳ דבה״מ the thanksgiving in the grace after meal (נוֹדֶה לְךָוכ׳). Y.Taan.II, 65c bot. הידייה.Pl. הוֹדָאיֹת, הוֹדָיוֹת. Taan.6b ברוך רוב הה׳ blessed be He to whom a multitude of thanks is due; אל הה׳ the Power to whom (all) thanksgivings are due; Y.Ber.I, 3d top; a. fr.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. פר שלה׳ the bullock over which the confessions are uttered.Esp. Hodâaoth, proceedings resting on evidences of the defendants admission of his indebtedness. Snh.2b; B. Kam.84b; a. e.; cmp. אוֹדִיתָא.

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  • 325 הודיה

    הוֹדָאָה, הוֹדָיָה,f. ( ודי) 1) confession, admission. Shebu.VI, 1הה׳ בשוהוכ׳ the amount admitted to be due must be at least one Prutah. B. Mets.3b, a. fr. הוֹדָאַת בעל דיןוכ׳ the admission of indebtedness by the defendant is worth as much as a hundred witnesses; a. fr. 2) confession before the Lord, thanksgiving. Sot.IX, 10 (47a) הוֹדָיַית המעשר (Mish. הוֹדָיוֹת, pl.) the confession to be recited on having given away the third years tithes (Deut. 26:12 sq.); ib. 47b הוֹדָאַת; Maas. Sh. V, 15 (Mish. ed. הודיות). Gen. R. s. 71 Leah seized פלךה׳ the shuttle of confession (made gratitude her duty, Gen. 29:35); בעליה׳ men of confession (ready to admit their wrong or to thank the Lord); Midr. Sam. ch. XXVIII.Ber.IV, 2 (28b) אני נותןה׳וכ׳ I offer thanks for my lot (being permitted to teach). Y. ib. I, 3d top ה׳ ושבחוכ׳ thanks and praise are due to ; a. fr. 3) Hodaah, the first of the last three sections of the Prayer of Benedictions ( תפלה), so named from the words Modim Ber.34a בה׳ תחלהוכ׳ in reciting the Hodaah one must bend at the beginning Ib. b בה׳ ובה׳ של הלל on reading the Hodaah or the thanksgiving in Hallel (הוֹדוּ). Ib. ה׳ דבה״מ the thanksgiving in the grace after meal (נוֹדֶה לְךָוכ׳). Y.Taan.II, 65c bot. הידייה.Pl. הוֹדָאיֹת, הוֹדָיוֹת. Taan.6b ברוך רוב הה׳ blessed be He to whom a multitude of thanks is due; אל הה׳ the Power to whom (all) thanksgivings are due; Y.Ber.I, 3d top; a. fr.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. פר שלה׳ the bullock over which the confessions are uttered.Esp. Hodâaoth, proceedings resting on evidences of the defendants admission of his indebtedness. Snh.2b; B. Kam.84b; a. e.; cmp. אוֹדִיתָא.

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  • 326 הוֹדָאָה

    הוֹדָאָה, הוֹדָיָה,f. ( ודי) 1) confession, admission. Shebu.VI, 1הה׳ בשוהוכ׳ the amount admitted to be due must be at least one Prutah. B. Mets.3b, a. fr. הוֹדָאַת בעל דיןוכ׳ the admission of indebtedness by the defendant is worth as much as a hundred witnesses; a. fr. 2) confession before the Lord, thanksgiving. Sot.IX, 10 (47a) הוֹדָיַית המעשר (Mish. הוֹדָיוֹת, pl.) the confession to be recited on having given away the third years tithes (Deut. 26:12 sq.); ib. 47b הוֹדָאַת; Maas. Sh. V, 15 (Mish. ed. הודיות). Gen. R. s. 71 Leah seized פלךה׳ the shuttle of confession (made gratitude her duty, Gen. 29:35); בעליה׳ men of confession (ready to admit their wrong or to thank the Lord); Midr. Sam. ch. XXVIII.Ber.IV, 2 (28b) אני נותןה׳וכ׳ I offer thanks for my lot (being permitted to teach). Y. ib. I, 3d top ה׳ ושבחוכ׳ thanks and praise are due to ; a. fr. 3) Hodaah, the first of the last three sections of the Prayer of Benedictions ( תפלה), so named from the words Modim Ber.34a בה׳ תחלהוכ׳ in reciting the Hodaah one must bend at the beginning Ib. b בה׳ ובה׳ של הלל on reading the Hodaah or the thanksgiving in Hallel (הוֹדוּ). Ib. ה׳ דבה״מ the thanksgiving in the grace after meal (נוֹדֶה לְךָוכ׳). Y.Taan.II, 65c bot. הידייה.Pl. הוֹדָאיֹת, הוֹדָיוֹת. Taan.6b ברוך רוב הה׳ blessed be He to whom a multitude of thanks is due; אל הה׳ the Power to whom (all) thanksgivings are due; Y.Ber.I, 3d top; a. fr.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. פר שלה׳ the bullock over which the confessions are uttered.Esp. Hodâaoth, proceedings resting on evidences of the defendants admission of his indebtedness. Snh.2b; B. Kam.84b; a. e.; cmp. אוֹדִיתָא.

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  • 327 הוֹדָיָה

    הוֹדָאָה, הוֹדָיָה,f. ( ודי) 1) confession, admission. Shebu.VI, 1הה׳ בשוהוכ׳ the amount admitted to be due must be at least one Prutah. B. Mets.3b, a. fr. הוֹדָאַת בעל דיןוכ׳ the admission of indebtedness by the defendant is worth as much as a hundred witnesses; a. fr. 2) confession before the Lord, thanksgiving. Sot.IX, 10 (47a) הוֹדָיַית המעשר (Mish. הוֹדָיוֹת, pl.) the confession to be recited on having given away the third years tithes (Deut. 26:12 sq.); ib. 47b הוֹדָאַת; Maas. Sh. V, 15 (Mish. ed. הודיות). Gen. R. s. 71 Leah seized פלךה׳ the shuttle of confession (made gratitude her duty, Gen. 29:35); בעליה׳ men of confession (ready to admit their wrong or to thank the Lord); Midr. Sam. ch. XXVIII.Ber.IV, 2 (28b) אני נותןה׳וכ׳ I offer thanks for my lot (being permitted to teach). Y. ib. I, 3d top ה׳ ושבחוכ׳ thanks and praise are due to ; a. fr. 3) Hodaah, the first of the last three sections of the Prayer of Benedictions ( תפלה), so named from the words Modim Ber.34a בה׳ תחלהוכ׳ in reciting the Hodaah one must bend at the beginning Ib. b בה׳ ובה׳ של הלל on reading the Hodaah or the thanksgiving in Hallel (הוֹדוּ). Ib. ה׳ דבה״מ the thanksgiving in the grace after meal (נוֹדֶה לְךָוכ׳). Y.Taan.II, 65c bot. הידייה.Pl. הוֹדָאיֹת, הוֹדָיוֹת. Taan.6b ברוך רוב הה׳ blessed be He to whom a multitude of thanks is due; אל הה׳ the Power to whom (all) thanksgivings are due; Y.Ber.I, 3d top; a. fr.Y.Taan.III, 66d bot. פר שלה׳ the bullock over which the confessions are uttered.Esp. Hodâaoth, proceedings resting on evidences of the defendants admission of his indebtedness. Snh.2b; B. Kam.84b; a. e.; cmp. אוֹדִיתָא.

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  • 328 הודו II

    הוֹדוּII ( ודי) hodu ( thank ye the Lord), a section of Hallel. Succ.III, 9; a. e.

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  • 329 הוֹדוּ

    הוֹדוּII ( ודי) hodu ( thank ye the Lord), a section of Hallel. Succ.III, 9; a. e.

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  • 330 הוי

    הוי, הָוָה, הָיָה(b. h.) to exits; to be, become; to occur, come to pass.With part. ה׳ מביט he looked; ה׳ אומר he said, freq. used to say. Gen. B. s. 1, beg. אני הָיִיתִיוכ׳ I was the implement Ib. ה׳הקב״ה מביטוכ׳ the Lord looked into the Law (as often as a thing was to be created). Ab. I, 13 הואה׳ אומר the same used to say. Gen. R. s. 2 ה׳ ללמה ולא כלום became a nothing; a. v. fr.Apocopate forms: אֱהִי, אֱהֵא, תְּהִי, תְּהֵא, יְהִי, יְהֵא; תְּהוּ (= תִּהְיוּ), יְהוּ (= יִהְיוּ). Yoma 66b אהא בשלום אני נכ׳ (Tosef. ib. IV (III), 14 נִהְיֶה) may I and you be as well; Y. ib. VI, 43c bot. כן תהווכ׳ so may ye be well. B. Mets.35a תהא במאמינו let this be (speak of a case) when he accepts his opponents statement; a. v. fr.Part. הֹוֶה, הֹוֶוה 1) frequent, usual. Sabb.VI, 6 דברו חכמים בה׳ the scholars (in using the words ‘Arabian women‘) speak of the ordinary custom (not to the exclusion of other people); a. fr. 2) existing, enduring. Pesik. R. s. 11, end הם הוֹוִים ודומים (להקב״ה) they shall be existing for themselves (not merely as an attachment) and resembling (the Lord); ib. אף הם הווים אשוכ׳ they, too, shall endure as a consuming fire.Cant. R. to II, 13 עניות ירבה ויוקר הווה (read תרבה) poverty shall increase, and prices remain high (different in Snh.97a a. Sot.49b, v. אָמַר II). Imper. הֱוֵי, הֱוֵא; pl. הֱווּ. Ab. I, 4. Ib. II, 3; a. fr.הֱוֵי אוֹמֵר, also elliptically הֱוֵי Say, i. e you must admit, this proves, that is meant by saying. Taan.2a which is the service of the heart? ה׳ אומר זו תפלה you must admit, it is prayer. Tosef.Nidd.I, 6 ה׳ לא אמרוםוכ׳ that is to say, the scholars have spoken Cant. R. to I, 6 ה׳ כרמי שליוכ׳ this is meant by ‘my vineyard Y.Shebu.VII, 38c top היוי לא צורכהוכ׳ it is evident that it would not have been necessary ; a. fr. Pi. הִוָּה, הִיָּה (v. הֲוָיָה 1) 1) to change ones legal status, to dispose of. Keth.40b (ref. to תהיה Deut. 22:19) במְהַוָּה עצמהוכ׳ the text speaks of a woman who can dispose of herself. 2) to produce, make. Kidd.58a (ref. to והיית, Deut. 7:26) כל שאתה מְהַיֶּיה הימנה whatever thou makest out of it; Tem.30b מְהַיֶּה ממנה; a. e.

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  • 331 הוה

    הוי, הָוָה, הָיָה(b. h.) to exits; to be, become; to occur, come to pass.With part. ה׳ מביט he looked; ה׳ אומר he said, freq. used to say. Gen. B. s. 1, beg. אני הָיִיתִיוכ׳ I was the implement Ib. ה׳הקב״ה מביטוכ׳ the Lord looked into the Law (as often as a thing was to be created). Ab. I, 13 הואה׳ אומר the same used to say. Gen. R. s. 2 ה׳ ללמה ולא כלום became a nothing; a. v. fr.Apocopate forms: אֱהִי, אֱהֵא, תְּהִי, תְּהֵא, יְהִי, יְהֵא; תְּהוּ (= תִּהְיוּ), יְהוּ (= יִהְיוּ). Yoma 66b אהא בשלום אני נכ׳ (Tosef. ib. IV (III), 14 נִהְיֶה) may I and you be as well; Y. ib. VI, 43c bot. כן תהווכ׳ so may ye be well. B. Mets.35a תהא במאמינו let this be (speak of a case) when he accepts his opponents statement; a. v. fr.Part. הֹוֶה, הֹוֶוה 1) frequent, usual. Sabb.VI, 6 דברו חכמים בה׳ the scholars (in using the words ‘Arabian women‘) speak of the ordinary custom (not to the exclusion of other people); a. fr. 2) existing, enduring. Pesik. R. s. 11, end הם הוֹוִים ודומים (להקב״ה) they shall be existing for themselves (not merely as an attachment) and resembling (the Lord); ib. אף הם הווים אשוכ׳ they, too, shall endure as a consuming fire.Cant. R. to II, 13 עניות ירבה ויוקר הווה (read תרבה) poverty shall increase, and prices remain high (different in Snh.97a a. Sot.49b, v. אָמַר II). Imper. הֱוֵי, הֱוֵא; pl. הֱווּ. Ab. I, 4. Ib. II, 3; a. fr.הֱוֵי אוֹמֵר, also elliptically הֱוֵי Say, i. e you must admit, this proves, that is meant by saying. Taan.2a which is the service of the heart? ה׳ אומר זו תפלה you must admit, it is prayer. Tosef.Nidd.I, 6 ה׳ לא אמרוםוכ׳ that is to say, the scholars have spoken Cant. R. to I, 6 ה׳ כרמי שליוכ׳ this is meant by ‘my vineyard Y.Shebu.VII, 38c top היוי לא צורכהוכ׳ it is evident that it would not have been necessary ; a. fr. Pi. הִוָּה, הִיָּה (v. הֲוָיָה 1) 1) to change ones legal status, to dispose of. Keth.40b (ref. to תהיה Deut. 22:19) במְהַוָּה עצמהוכ׳ the text speaks of a woman who can dispose of herself. 2) to produce, make. Kidd.58a (ref. to והיית, Deut. 7:26) כל שאתה מְהַיֶּיה הימנה whatever thou makest out of it; Tem.30b מְהַיֶּה ממנה; a. e.

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  • 332 הָוָה

    הוי, הָוָה, הָיָה(b. h.) to exits; to be, become; to occur, come to pass.With part. ה׳ מביט he looked; ה׳ אומר he said, freq. used to say. Gen. B. s. 1, beg. אני הָיִיתִיוכ׳ I was the implement Ib. ה׳הקב״ה מביטוכ׳ the Lord looked into the Law (as often as a thing was to be created). Ab. I, 13 הואה׳ אומר the same used to say. Gen. R. s. 2 ה׳ ללמה ולא כלום became a nothing; a. v. fr.Apocopate forms: אֱהִי, אֱהֵא, תְּהִי, תְּהֵא, יְהִי, יְהֵא; תְּהוּ (= תִּהְיוּ), יְהוּ (= יִהְיוּ). Yoma 66b אהא בשלום אני נכ׳ (Tosef. ib. IV (III), 14 נִהְיֶה) may I and you be as well; Y. ib. VI, 43c bot. כן תהווכ׳ so may ye be well. B. Mets.35a תהא במאמינו let this be (speak of a case) when he accepts his opponents statement; a. v. fr.Part. הֹוֶה, הֹוֶוה 1) frequent, usual. Sabb.VI, 6 דברו חכמים בה׳ the scholars (in using the words ‘Arabian women‘) speak of the ordinary custom (not to the exclusion of other people); a. fr. 2) existing, enduring. Pesik. R. s. 11, end הם הוֹוִים ודומים (להקב״ה) they shall be existing for themselves (not merely as an attachment) and resembling (the Lord); ib. אף הם הווים אשוכ׳ they, too, shall endure as a consuming fire.Cant. R. to II, 13 עניות ירבה ויוקר הווה (read תרבה) poverty shall increase, and prices remain high (different in Snh.97a a. Sot.49b, v. אָמַר II). Imper. הֱוֵי, הֱוֵא; pl. הֱווּ. Ab. I, 4. Ib. II, 3; a. fr.הֱוֵי אוֹמֵר, also elliptically הֱוֵי Say, i. e you must admit, this proves, that is meant by saying. Taan.2a which is the service of the heart? ה׳ אומר זו תפלה you must admit, it is prayer. Tosef.Nidd.I, 6 ה׳ לא אמרוםוכ׳ that is to say, the scholars have spoken Cant. R. to I, 6 ה׳ כרמי שליוכ׳ this is meant by ‘my vineyard Y.Shebu.VII, 38c top היוי לא צורכהוכ׳ it is evident that it would not have been necessary ; a. fr. Pi. הִוָּה, הִיָּה (v. הֲוָיָה 1) 1) to change ones legal status, to dispose of. Keth.40b (ref. to תהיה Deut. 22:19) במְהַוָּה עצמהוכ׳ the text speaks of a woman who can dispose of herself. 2) to produce, make. Kidd.58a (ref. to והיית, Deut. 7:26) כל שאתה מְהַיֶּיה הימנה whatever thou makest out of it; Tem.30b מְהַיֶּה ממנה; a. e.

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  • 333 הָיָה

    הוי, הָוָה, הָיָה(b. h.) to exits; to be, become; to occur, come to pass.With part. ה׳ מביט he looked; ה׳ אומר he said, freq. used to say. Gen. B. s. 1, beg. אני הָיִיתִיוכ׳ I was the implement Ib. ה׳הקב״ה מביטוכ׳ the Lord looked into the Law (as often as a thing was to be created). Ab. I, 13 הואה׳ אומר the same used to say. Gen. R. s. 2 ה׳ ללמה ולא כלום became a nothing; a. v. fr.Apocopate forms: אֱהִי, אֱהֵא, תְּהִי, תְּהֵא, יְהִי, יְהֵא; תְּהוּ (= תִּהְיוּ), יְהוּ (= יִהְיוּ). Yoma 66b אהא בשלום אני נכ׳ (Tosef. ib. IV (III), 14 נִהְיֶה) may I and you be as well; Y. ib. VI, 43c bot. כן תהווכ׳ so may ye be well. B. Mets.35a תהא במאמינו let this be (speak of a case) when he accepts his opponents statement; a. v. fr.Part. הֹוֶה, הֹוֶוה 1) frequent, usual. Sabb.VI, 6 דברו חכמים בה׳ the scholars (in using the words ‘Arabian women‘) speak of the ordinary custom (not to the exclusion of other people); a. fr. 2) existing, enduring. Pesik. R. s. 11, end הם הוֹוִים ודומים (להקב״ה) they shall be existing for themselves (not merely as an attachment) and resembling (the Lord); ib. אף הם הווים אשוכ׳ they, too, shall endure as a consuming fire.Cant. R. to II, 13 עניות ירבה ויוקר הווה (read תרבה) poverty shall increase, and prices remain high (different in Snh.97a a. Sot.49b, v. אָמַר II). Imper. הֱוֵי, הֱוֵא; pl. הֱווּ. Ab. I, 4. Ib. II, 3; a. fr.הֱוֵי אוֹמֵר, also elliptically הֱוֵי Say, i. e you must admit, this proves, that is meant by saying. Taan.2a which is the service of the heart? ה׳ אומר זו תפלה you must admit, it is prayer. Tosef.Nidd.I, 6 ה׳ לא אמרוםוכ׳ that is to say, the scholars have spoken Cant. R. to I, 6 ה׳ כרמי שליוכ׳ this is meant by ‘my vineyard Y.Shebu.VII, 38c top היוי לא צורכהוכ׳ it is evident that it would not have been necessary ; a. fr. Pi. הִוָּה, הִיָּה (v. הֲוָיָה 1) 1) to change ones legal status, to dispose of. Keth.40b (ref. to תהיה Deut. 22:19) במְהַוָּה עצמהוכ׳ the text speaks of a woman who can dispose of herself. 2) to produce, make. Kidd.58a (ref. to והיית, Deut. 7:26) כל שאתה מְהַיֶּיה הימנה whatever thou makest out of it; Tem.30b מְהַיֶּה ממנה; a. e.

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  • 334 הון

    הוֹןII, m. (b. h.; contr. of הָווֹן; היה; cmp. Gr. οὐσία) 1) possession, wealth. Y.Peah I, 15d top (ref. to Prov. 3:9) בין שיש לךה׳וכ׳ whether or not thou art wealthy; Pesik. R. s. 23–24; a. e.Ib. s. 25 (interpreting מהונך, Prov. l. c.) ממה שחננך from whatever He has graced thee with; Pesik. Asser, p. 97a>, a. e. 2) natural condition, nature; faculty; health, sanity. Pesik. R. l. c. כבד … שאם … נויוכ׳ honor the Lord with thy nature; if thou art handsome Ib. (another interpretation) מהוֹנֶיךָוכ׳ (pl.) while thou art in possession of thy powers (health); honor thy physician ; Ib. בקולך … with thy voice; Pesik. l. c.; a. fr.Pesik. R. l. c. עד שהוֹנוֹ עליו while his mind was sound. Gen. R. s. 78 (interpret. לאטי, Gen. 33:14) להוֹנִי להוני אני מהלך I shall walk suitably to my condition (at my ease, slowly). Lam. R. to I, 13 לְהוֹנְךָ לה׳ come to thy senses (be not rash)!

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  • 335 הוֹן

    הוֹןII, m. (b. h.; contr. of הָווֹן; היה; cmp. Gr. οὐσία) 1) possession, wealth. Y.Peah I, 15d top (ref. to Prov. 3:9) בין שיש לךה׳וכ׳ whether or not thou art wealthy; Pesik. R. s. 23–24; a. e.Ib. s. 25 (interpreting מהונך, Prov. l. c.) ממה שחננך from whatever He has graced thee with; Pesik. Asser, p. 97a>, a. e. 2) natural condition, nature; faculty; health, sanity. Pesik. R. l. c. כבד … שאם … נויוכ׳ honor the Lord with thy nature; if thou art handsome Ib. (another interpretation) מהוֹנֶיךָוכ׳ (pl.) while thou art in possession of thy powers (health); honor thy physician ; Ib. בקולך … with thy voice; Pesik. l. c.; a. fr.Pesik. R. l. c. עד שהוֹנוֹ עליו while his mind was sound. Gen. R. s. 78 (interpret. לאטי, Gen. 33:14) להוֹנִי להוני אני מהלך I shall walk suitably to my condition (at my ease, slowly). Lam. R. to I, 13 לְהוֹנְךָ לה׳ come to thy senses (be not rash)!

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  • 336 הידא

    הֵידָא, הֵידָה, הֵידִיf. (= הֵי דָא, הֵי דָא הִי, v. אֵידֵין, a. הַיְידָּא) 1) what now?, who now?, where now? Targ. Y. I Deut. 4:7; 8 (II הַיְידָּא). Targ. II Esth. 8:7.Koh. R. to IX, 18. 2) (ellipt.) ה׳ ל־, ה׳ לי־ what is this here in reference to? what hast thou to do with? Gen. R. s. 87 הן אדני הי׳ לדקמך (Yalk. ib. 145 הידה לקומך) ‘here is my lord (thy husband), what hast thou to do with the one before thee (me)?Y.B. Kam.V, beg.4d איידי ליקימיך what claim hast thou against me?Lev. R. s. 26 הידא לִיגַבֵּי שנאךוכ׳ (not לי גבי) why dost thou call on thy enemy ?הַיְרָּא, v. הַיְידָּא.

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  • 337 הידה

    הֵידָא, הֵידָה, הֵידִיf. (= הֵי דָא, הֵי דָא הִי, v. אֵידֵין, a. הַיְידָּא) 1) what now?, who now?, where now? Targ. Y. I Deut. 4:7; 8 (II הַיְידָּא). Targ. II Esth. 8:7.Koh. R. to IX, 18. 2) (ellipt.) ה׳ ל־, ה׳ לי־ what is this here in reference to? what hast thou to do with? Gen. R. s. 87 הן אדני הי׳ לדקמך (Yalk. ib. 145 הידה לקומך) ‘here is my lord (thy husband), what hast thou to do with the one before thee (me)?Y.B. Kam.V, beg.4d איידי ליקימיך what claim hast thou against me?Lev. R. s. 26 הידא לִיגַבֵּי שנאךוכ׳ (not לי גבי) why dost thou call on thy enemy ?הַיְרָּא, v. הַיְידָּא.

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  • 338 הֵידָא

    הֵידָא, הֵידָה, הֵידִיf. (= הֵי דָא, הֵי דָא הִי, v. אֵידֵין, a. הַיְידָּא) 1) what now?, who now?, where now? Targ. Y. I Deut. 4:7; 8 (II הַיְידָּא). Targ. II Esth. 8:7.Koh. R. to IX, 18. 2) (ellipt.) ה׳ ל־, ה׳ לי־ what is this here in reference to? what hast thou to do with? Gen. R. s. 87 הן אדני הי׳ לדקמך (Yalk. ib. 145 הידה לקומך) ‘here is my lord (thy husband), what hast thou to do with the one before thee (me)?Y.B. Kam.V, beg.4d איידי ליקימיך what claim hast thou against me?Lev. R. s. 26 הידא לִיגַבֵּי שנאךוכ׳ (not לי גבי) why dost thou call on thy enemy ?הַיְרָּא, v. הַיְידָּא.

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  • 339 הֵידָה

    הֵידָא, הֵידָה, הֵידִיf. (= הֵי דָא, הֵי דָא הִי, v. אֵידֵין, a. הַיְידָּא) 1) what now?, who now?, where now? Targ. Y. I Deut. 4:7; 8 (II הַיְידָּא). Targ. II Esth. 8:7.Koh. R. to IX, 18. 2) (ellipt.) ה׳ ל־, ה׳ לי־ what is this here in reference to? what hast thou to do with? Gen. R. s. 87 הן אדני הי׳ לדקמך (Yalk. ib. 145 הידה לקומך) ‘here is my lord (thy husband), what hast thou to do with the one before thee (me)?Y.B. Kam.V, beg.4d איידי ליקימיך what claim hast thou against me?Lev. R. s. 26 הידא לִיגַבֵּי שנאךוכ׳ (not לי גבי) why dost thou call on thy enemy ?הַיְרָּא, v. הַיְידָּא.

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  • 340 הֵידִי

    הֵידָא, הֵידָה, הֵידִיf. (= הֵי דָא, הֵי דָא הִי, v. אֵידֵין, a. הַיְידָּא) 1) what now?, who now?, where now? Targ. Y. I Deut. 4:7; 8 (II הַיְידָּא). Targ. II Esth. 8:7.Koh. R. to IX, 18. 2) (ellipt.) ה׳ ל־, ה׳ לי־ what is this here in reference to? what hast thou to do with? Gen. R. s. 87 הן אדני הי׳ לדקמך (Yalk. ib. 145 הידה לקומך) ‘here is my lord (thy husband), what hast thou to do with the one before thee (me)?Y.B. Kam.V, beg.4d איידי ליקימיך what claim hast thou against me?Lev. R. s. 26 הידא לִיגַבֵּי שנאךוכ׳ (not לי גבי) why dost thou call on thy enemy ?הַיְרָּא, v. הַיְידָּא.

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