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  • 421 חטא

    חטי, חָטָא, חָטָהI (to stroll idly, saunter (v. Fl. to Levy Targ. Dict. I, 4242>), to live in luxury, to be like a nobleman, to be well-dressed, clean (cmp. פנק, פרנק). Pi. חִטֵּא, חִטָּה to make look well, polish, dress, cleanse, prepare. Ḥull.27a (play on וש̇ח̇ט̇, Lev. 1:5) ממקום שש̇ח̇ חַטֵּ֗הוּ from the place where the animal bends (its head, the front of the neck), cleanse it (let its blood run out). Ib. ממאי דהאי הטהו לישנא דדכויי הוא how can you prove that this ḥattehu has the meaning of cleansing?Ib. ממקום שס̇ח̇ ח̇ט̇חו from where it utters sound, cleanse it. (Cant. R. to VII, 2, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְחַטֵּא, הִתְהַטָּה, Nithpa. נִתְח׳ 1) to enjoy, to be gratified. Cant. R. to VII, 2 (read:) כל הִיטּוּיִין … שישראל מִתְחַטִּיןוכ׳ all luxuries and enjoyments which Israel indulge in and enjoy. Men.66b (play on נ̇ת̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇, Prov. 7:18) נ̇שא ונת̇ן ונע̇לה ונ̇שמח ונִתְחַטֵּא באהבים let us have a conversation, then let us go up and rejoice and delight ourselves with dalliances; Sifra Vayikra, Ndabah, ch. XIV, Par. 13. Men. l. c. (play on נ̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇ Jo 39:13) נ̇וש̇א עול̇ה ונתח̇טא; Sifra l. c. נושא ועולה ומִתְחַטֵּא he (the bird) raises (his wings) and rises and enjoys himself (differ. interpret, in Rashi). 2) to show ones self a nobleman, to be generous, proud. Cant. R. to VII, 7 שהיה מתחטא עלוכ׳ he was generous towards (ref. to Gen. 14:23, Dan. 5:17). 3) to be imperious, to lord it, to ask petulantly. Taan.III, 8 אתה מתח׳ לפני thou comest petulantly before the Lord כבן שהוא מתח׳ עלוכ׳ like a son that lords it over his father Cant. R. to V, 6 (explain. חמק, ib.) נתח׳וכ׳ he became petulant, he got angry with me.

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  • 422 חָטָא

    חטי, חָטָא, חָטָהI (to stroll idly, saunter (v. Fl. to Levy Targ. Dict. I, 4242>), to live in luxury, to be like a nobleman, to be well-dressed, clean (cmp. פנק, פרנק). Pi. חִטֵּא, חִטָּה to make look well, polish, dress, cleanse, prepare. Ḥull.27a (play on וש̇ח̇ט̇, Lev. 1:5) ממקום שש̇ח̇ חַטֵּ֗הוּ from the place where the animal bends (its head, the front of the neck), cleanse it (let its blood run out). Ib. ממאי דהאי הטהו לישנא דדכויי הוא how can you prove that this ḥattehu has the meaning of cleansing?Ib. ממקום שס̇ח̇ ח̇ט̇חו from where it utters sound, cleanse it. (Cant. R. to VII, 2, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְחַטֵּא, הִתְהַטָּה, Nithpa. נִתְח׳ 1) to enjoy, to be gratified. Cant. R. to VII, 2 (read:) כל הִיטּוּיִין … שישראל מִתְחַטִּיןוכ׳ all luxuries and enjoyments which Israel indulge in and enjoy. Men.66b (play on נ̇ת̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇, Prov. 7:18) נ̇שא ונת̇ן ונע̇לה ונ̇שמח ונִתְחַטֵּא באהבים let us have a conversation, then let us go up and rejoice and delight ourselves with dalliances; Sifra Vayikra, Ndabah, ch. XIV, Par. 13. Men. l. c. (play on נ̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇ Jo 39:13) נ̇וש̇א עול̇ה ונתח̇טא; Sifra l. c. נושא ועולה ומִתְחַטֵּא he (the bird) raises (his wings) and rises and enjoys himself (differ. interpret, in Rashi). 2) to show ones self a nobleman, to be generous, proud. Cant. R. to VII, 7 שהיה מתחטא עלוכ׳ he was generous towards (ref. to Gen. 14:23, Dan. 5:17). 3) to be imperious, to lord it, to ask petulantly. Taan.III, 8 אתה מתח׳ לפני thou comest petulantly before the Lord כבן שהוא מתח׳ עלוכ׳ like a son that lords it over his father Cant. R. to V, 6 (explain. חמק, ib.) נתח׳וכ׳ he became petulant, he got angry with me.

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  • 423 חָטָה

    חטי, חָטָא, חָטָהI (to stroll idly, saunter (v. Fl. to Levy Targ. Dict. I, 4242>), to live in luxury, to be like a nobleman, to be well-dressed, clean (cmp. פנק, פרנק). Pi. חִטֵּא, חִטָּה to make look well, polish, dress, cleanse, prepare. Ḥull.27a (play on וש̇ח̇ט̇, Lev. 1:5) ממקום שש̇ח̇ חַטֵּ֗הוּ from the place where the animal bends (its head, the front of the neck), cleanse it (let its blood run out). Ib. ממאי דהאי הטהו לישנא דדכויי הוא how can you prove that this ḥattehu has the meaning of cleansing?Ib. ממקום שס̇ח̇ ח̇ט̇חו from where it utters sound, cleanse it. (Cant. R. to VII, 2, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְחַטֵּא, הִתְהַטָּה, Nithpa. נִתְח׳ 1) to enjoy, to be gratified. Cant. R. to VII, 2 (read:) כל הִיטּוּיִין … שישראל מִתְחַטִּיןוכ׳ all luxuries and enjoyments which Israel indulge in and enjoy. Men.66b (play on נ̇ת̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇, Prov. 7:18) נ̇שא ונת̇ן ונע̇לה ונ̇שמח ונִתְחַטֵּא באהבים let us have a conversation, then let us go up and rejoice and delight ourselves with dalliances; Sifra Vayikra, Ndabah, ch. XIV, Par. 13. Men. l. c. (play on נ̇ע̇ל̇ס̇ה̇ Jo 39:13) נ̇וש̇א עול̇ה ונתח̇טא; Sifra l. c. נושא ועולה ומִתְחַטֵּא he (the bird) raises (his wings) and rises and enjoys himself (differ. interpret, in Rashi). 2) to show ones self a nobleman, to be generous, proud. Cant. R. to VII, 7 שהיה מתחטא עלוכ׳ he was generous towards (ref. to Gen. 14:23, Dan. 5:17). 3) to be imperious, to lord it, to ask petulantly. Taan.III, 8 אתה מתח׳ לפני thou comest petulantly before the Lord כבן שהוא מתח׳ עלוכ׳ like a son that lords it over his father Cant. R. to V, 6 (explain. חמק, ib.) נתח׳וכ׳ he became petulant, he got angry with me.

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  • 424 חיי

    חיי, חָיָה(b. h.) 1) to live. Tam.32a מה … ויִחְיֶה what must man do in order to live (long)?; a. v. fr.Part. חָי (v. חַי).Keth.I, 6 לא מפיה אנו חָיִין we do not live on what comes from her lips, i. e. we do not go by her evidence. Y. ib. II, 26c bot. אנו כחיין מפיה we (the court) are again in the condition of dependence on her own evidence. Y.Shebi.II, 34a top שהן חָיִין מִמֵּיוכ׳ they live (draw nourishment) from the waters of last year; ib. (הוא חָיָיה) הוא חָיָה it draws Snh.108a לא חיין ולא נידונין they have no share in the resurrection nor will they be judged; a. fr. 2) to heal; to recover, regain health. Keth.6a, a. e. עד שתִּחְיֶה המכה until the wound is healed up. Ḥull.7b וחָיָה and did recover; וחָיָת and it (the wound) healed up; a. fr. Y.Maasr.I, 48d חיתה; Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. חייתה, v. חוּת. Nif. נִחְיָיה to be recalled to life, to resurrect. Ab. IV, 22 והמתים להֵחָיוֹת and the dead are destined to be revived. Snh.90b שעתיד להחיות that he (Aaron) will resurrect. Pi. חִיָּיה, חִיָּה 1) to keep alive, sustain. Tam.32a יְחַיֶּה את עצמו let him feed himself (his passions, be selfish). Yoma 71a מְחַיֶּה חיים He who sustains the living; a. fr. 2) to recall to life, to revive. Snh. l. c. הקב״ה מְחַיֶּיה מתים the Lord revives the dead. Ib. מה שאני ממית אני מְחַיֶּה no what I put to death, I revive again; a. fr. Hif. הֶתְיָה, הֶתְיָיה same. Ib. 92b מתים שה׳ יחזקאל the dead whom Ezekiel revived (Ez. 37). Ib. והַחֲיֵיה מתיםוכ׳ and revive the dead in the valley of Dura; a. fr.

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  • 425 חיה

    חיי, חָיָה(b. h.) 1) to live. Tam.32a מה … ויִחְיֶה what must man do in order to live (long)?; a. v. fr.Part. חָי (v. חַי).Keth.I, 6 לא מפיה אנו חָיִין we do not live on what comes from her lips, i. e. we do not go by her evidence. Y. ib. II, 26c bot. אנו כחיין מפיה we (the court) are again in the condition of dependence on her own evidence. Y.Shebi.II, 34a top שהן חָיִין מִמֵּיוכ׳ they live (draw nourishment) from the waters of last year; ib. (הוא חָיָיה) הוא חָיָה it draws Snh.108a לא חיין ולא נידונין they have no share in the resurrection nor will they be judged; a. fr. 2) to heal; to recover, regain health. Keth.6a, a. e. עד שתִּחְיֶה המכה until the wound is healed up. Ḥull.7b וחָיָה and did recover; וחָיָת and it (the wound) healed up; a. fr. Y.Maasr.I, 48d חיתה; Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. חייתה, v. חוּת. Nif. נִחְיָיה to be recalled to life, to resurrect. Ab. IV, 22 והמתים להֵחָיוֹת and the dead are destined to be revived. Snh.90b שעתיד להחיות that he (Aaron) will resurrect. Pi. חִיָּיה, חִיָּה 1) to keep alive, sustain. Tam.32a יְחַיֶּה את עצמו let him feed himself (his passions, be selfish). Yoma 71a מְחַיֶּה חיים He who sustains the living; a. fr. 2) to recall to life, to revive. Snh. l. c. הקב״ה מְחַיֶּיה מתים the Lord revives the dead. Ib. מה שאני ממית אני מְחַיֶּה no what I put to death, I revive again; a. fr. Hif. הֶתְיָה, הֶתְיָיה same. Ib. 92b מתים שה׳ יחזקאל the dead whom Ezekiel revived (Ez. 37). Ib. והַחֲיֵיה מתיםוכ׳ and revive the dead in the valley of Dura; a. fr.

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  • 426 חָיָה

    חיי, חָיָה(b. h.) 1) to live. Tam.32a מה … ויִחְיֶה what must man do in order to live (long)?; a. v. fr.Part. חָי (v. חַי).Keth.I, 6 לא מפיה אנו חָיִין we do not live on what comes from her lips, i. e. we do not go by her evidence. Y. ib. II, 26c bot. אנו כחיין מפיה we (the court) are again in the condition of dependence on her own evidence. Y.Shebi.II, 34a top שהן חָיִין מִמֵּיוכ׳ they live (draw nourishment) from the waters of last year; ib. (הוא חָיָיה) הוא חָיָה it draws Snh.108a לא חיין ולא נידונין they have no share in the resurrection nor will they be judged; a. fr. 2) to heal; to recover, regain health. Keth.6a, a. e. עד שתִּחְיֶה המכה until the wound is healed up. Ḥull.7b וחָיָה and did recover; וחָיָת and it (the wound) healed up; a. fr. Y.Maasr.I, 48d חיתה; Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. חייתה, v. חוּת. Nif. נִחְיָיה to be recalled to life, to resurrect. Ab. IV, 22 והמתים להֵחָיוֹת and the dead are destined to be revived. Snh.90b שעתיד להחיות that he (Aaron) will resurrect. Pi. חִיָּיה, חִיָּה 1) to keep alive, sustain. Tam.32a יְחַיֶּה את עצמו let him feed himself (his passions, be selfish). Yoma 71a מְחַיֶּה חיים He who sustains the living; a. fr. 2) to recall to life, to revive. Snh. l. c. הקב״ה מְחַיֶּיה מתים the Lord revives the dead. Ib. מה שאני ממית אני מְחַיֶּה no what I put to death, I revive again; a. fr. Hif. הֶתְיָה, הֶתְיָיה same. Ib. 92b מתים שה׳ יחזקאל the dead whom Ezekiel revived (Ez. 37). Ib. והַחֲיֵיה מתיםוכ׳ and revive the dead in the valley of Dura; a. fr.

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  • 427 חילול

    חִילּוּל, חִלּ׳m. (חָלַל) 1) desecration, defamation. Y.Shebu.VI, end, 37b ח׳ שבועה the desecration committed by an unnecessary oath. Sabb.33a, a. fr. ח׳ שבת desecration of the Sabbath; ח׳ השם defamation of the Name of the Lord, disgracing the Jewish religion. Yoma 86a ה״ד ח׳ השם what act, for instance, would be a profanation ?Kidd.40a אין מקיפין בח׳וכ׳, v. נָקַף I, II. Ber.19b; a. fr. 2) redemption of sacred objects, secularization, Ib. 35a טעון ח׳ requires redemption. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d משמשין לשון ח׳ mean redemption; a. fr.Pl. חִילּוּלִים, חִלּ׳. Y.Peah VII, 20b bot. (interpret. הלולים, Lev. 19:24), v. ה״א. 3) the loss of priestly status, becoming a ḥalal (v. חָלָל II). Y.Ter.VII, 44d bot. את שחִילּוּלָהּוכ׳ whose loss of priesthood was caused by Pl. חִילּוּלִין, חִלּ׳ Keth.29b ח׳ הוא עושה he causes loss of priesthood (to his offspring). Snh.50b בחִילּוּלֵי שבזנותוכ׳ the text speaks of desecration effected through illicit intercourse (not of Sabbath breaking).(Sifré Deut. s. 26, v. preced. w.

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  • 428 חל׳

    חִילּוּל, חִלּ׳m. (חָלַל) 1) desecration, defamation. Y.Shebu.VI, end, 37b ח׳ שבועה the desecration committed by an unnecessary oath. Sabb.33a, a. fr. ח׳ שבת desecration of the Sabbath; ח׳ השם defamation of the Name of the Lord, disgracing the Jewish religion. Yoma 86a ה״ד ח׳ השם what act, for instance, would be a profanation ?Kidd.40a אין מקיפין בח׳וכ׳, v. נָקַף I, II. Ber.19b; a. fr. 2) redemption of sacred objects, secularization, Ib. 35a טעון ח׳ requires redemption. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d משמשין לשון ח׳ mean redemption; a. fr.Pl. חִילּוּלִים, חִלּ׳. Y.Peah VII, 20b bot. (interpret. הלולים, Lev. 19:24), v. ה״א. 3) the loss of priestly status, becoming a ḥalal (v. חָלָל II). Y.Ter.VII, 44d bot. את שחִילּוּלָהּוכ׳ whose loss of priesthood was caused by Pl. חִילּוּלִין, חִלּ׳ Keth.29b ח׳ הוא עושה he causes loss of priesthood (to his offspring). Snh.50b בחִילּוּלֵי שבזנותוכ׳ the text speaks of desecration effected through illicit intercourse (not of Sabbath breaking).(Sifré Deut. s. 26, v. preced. w.

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  • 429 חִילּוּל

    חִילּוּל, חִלּ׳m. (חָלַל) 1) desecration, defamation. Y.Shebu.VI, end, 37b ח׳ שבועה the desecration committed by an unnecessary oath. Sabb.33a, a. fr. ח׳ שבת desecration of the Sabbath; ח׳ השם defamation of the Name of the Lord, disgracing the Jewish religion. Yoma 86a ה״ד ח׳ השם what act, for instance, would be a profanation ?Kidd.40a אין מקיפין בח׳וכ׳, v. נָקַף I, II. Ber.19b; a. fr. 2) redemption of sacred objects, secularization, Ib. 35a טעון ח׳ requires redemption. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d משמשין לשון ח׳ mean redemption; a. fr.Pl. חִילּוּלִים, חִלּ׳. Y.Peah VII, 20b bot. (interpret. הלולים, Lev. 19:24), v. ה״א. 3) the loss of priestly status, becoming a ḥalal (v. חָלָל II). Y.Ter.VII, 44d bot. את שחִילּוּלָהּוכ׳ whose loss of priesthood was caused by Pl. חִילּוּלִין, חִלּ׳ Keth.29b ח׳ הוא עושה he causes loss of priesthood (to his offspring). Snh.50b בחִילּוּלֵי שבזנותוכ׳ the text speaks of desecration effected through illicit intercourse (not of Sabbath breaking).(Sifré Deut. s. 26, v. preced. w.

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  • 430 חִלּ׳

    חִילּוּל, חִלּ׳m. (חָלַל) 1) desecration, defamation. Y.Shebu.VI, end, 37b ח׳ שבועה the desecration committed by an unnecessary oath. Sabb.33a, a. fr. ח׳ שבת desecration of the Sabbath; ח׳ השם defamation of the Name of the Lord, disgracing the Jewish religion. Yoma 86a ה״ד ח׳ השם what act, for instance, would be a profanation ?Kidd.40a אין מקיפין בח׳וכ׳, v. נָקַף I, II. Ber.19b; a. fr. 2) redemption of sacred objects, secularization, Ib. 35a טעון ח׳ requires redemption. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d משמשין לשון ח׳ mean redemption; a. fr.Pl. חִילּוּלִים, חִלּ׳. Y.Peah VII, 20b bot. (interpret. הלולים, Lev. 19:24), v. ה״א. 3) the loss of priestly status, becoming a ḥalal (v. חָלָל II). Y.Ter.VII, 44d bot. את שחִילּוּלָהּוכ׳ whose loss of priesthood was caused by Pl. חִילּוּלִין, חִלּ׳ Keth.29b ח׳ הוא עושה he causes loss of priesthood (to his offspring). Snh.50b בחִילּוּלֵי שבזנותוכ׳ the text speaks of desecration effected through illicit intercourse (not of Sabbath breaking).(Sifré Deut. s. 26, v. preced. w.

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  • 431 חיתום

    חִיתּוּם, חִתּ׳m. (חָתַם) 1) signature. B. Bath. X, 8 לאחר ח׳ שטרות after the deeds were signed. Ib. 176a; a. fr. 2) ( ברכות) ח׳ the formula with which a prayer closes, concluding benediction (‘Blessed be thou, O Lord, who). Ber.12a הכל הולך אחר ח׳ ב׳ Ms. M. (ed. only הח׳) the concluding formula decides the appropriateness of a prayer. Ib. או אחר ח׳ ב׳ אזלינן Ms. M. (ed. חתימה) or do we go by the concluding phrase?Pl. חִיתּוּמִין. Y.Ber.I, 3d bot. אחר חִיתּוּמֵיהֶן according to their conclusions; (ib. חוֹתְמוֹתֵיהֶן, v. חוֹתָם); Y.Taan.II, 65c bot.

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  • 432 חת׳

    חִיתּוּם, חִתּ׳m. (חָתַם) 1) signature. B. Bath. X, 8 לאחר ח׳ שטרות after the deeds were signed. Ib. 176a; a. fr. 2) ( ברכות) ח׳ the formula with which a prayer closes, concluding benediction (‘Blessed be thou, O Lord, who). Ber.12a הכל הולך אחר ח׳ ב׳ Ms. M. (ed. only הח׳) the concluding formula decides the appropriateness of a prayer. Ib. או אחר ח׳ ב׳ אזלינן Ms. M. (ed. חתימה) or do we go by the concluding phrase?Pl. חִיתּוּמִין. Y.Ber.I, 3d bot. אחר חִיתּוּמֵיהֶן according to their conclusions; (ib. חוֹתְמוֹתֵיהֶן, v. חוֹתָם); Y.Taan.II, 65c bot.

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  • 433 חִיתּוּם

    חִיתּוּם, חִתּ׳m. (חָתַם) 1) signature. B. Bath. X, 8 לאחר ח׳ שטרות after the deeds were signed. Ib. 176a; a. fr. 2) ( ברכות) ח׳ the formula with which a prayer closes, concluding benediction (‘Blessed be thou, O Lord, who). Ber.12a הכל הולך אחר ח׳ ב׳ Ms. M. (ed. only הח׳) the concluding formula decides the appropriateness of a prayer. Ib. או אחר ח׳ ב׳ אזלינן Ms. M. (ed. חתימה) or do we go by the concluding phrase?Pl. חִיתּוּמִין. Y.Ber.I, 3d bot. אחר חִיתּוּמֵיהֶן according to their conclusions; (ib. חוֹתְמוֹתֵיהֶן, v. חוֹתָם); Y.Taan.II, 65c bot.

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  • 434 חִתּ׳

    חִיתּוּם, חִתּ׳m. (חָתַם) 1) signature. B. Bath. X, 8 לאחר ח׳ שטרות after the deeds were signed. Ib. 176a; a. fr. 2) ( ברכות) ח׳ the formula with which a prayer closes, concluding benediction (‘Blessed be thou, O Lord, who). Ber.12a הכל הולך אחר ח׳ ב׳ Ms. M. (ed. only הח׳) the concluding formula decides the appropriateness of a prayer. Ib. או אחר ח׳ ב׳ אזלינן Ms. M. (ed. חתימה) or do we go by the concluding phrase?Pl. חִיתּוּמִין. Y.Ber.I, 3d bot. אחר חִיתּוּמֵיהֶן according to their conclusions; (ib. חוֹתְמוֹתֵיהֶן, v. חוֹתָם); Y.Taan.II, 65c bot.

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  • 435 חלך

    חָלַך(cmp. חלל) to undermine, cave, dig. Pes.118b שחוֹלֶדֶת בעיקריוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. as in Ḥull.20b הדרה) which undermines the foundations V. חוּלְדָּה. Hif. הֶחְלִיד 1) same. Y.Kil.IX, 32c top מַחִלִידהב״ה … אתוכ׳ the Lord caves the ground before them and they roll ; Y.Keth.XII, 35b top מהלך … אל (corr. acc.). B. Bath.19b מפני שמַחְלִידִיןוכ׳ because their roots undermine the ground. 2) to pass the slaughtering knife under cover, to squeeze in. Ḥull.II, 4. Ib. 20b; a. fr.Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. I, 5 מפני שהכובס אומן מַחֲלִידוֹ לתוכו (R. S. to Kel. XXI, 1) because so much of it does the professional fuller fold up for inserting a rod into it (v. חוֹב II, 2).

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  • 436 חָלַך

    חָלַך(cmp. חלל) to undermine, cave, dig. Pes.118b שחוֹלֶדֶת בעיקריוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. as in Ḥull.20b הדרה) which undermines the foundations V. חוּלְדָּה. Hif. הֶחְלִיד 1) same. Y.Kil.IX, 32c top מַחִלִידהב״ה … אתוכ׳ the Lord caves the ground before them and they roll ; Y.Keth.XII, 35b top מהלך … אל (corr. acc.). B. Bath.19b מפני שמַחְלִידִיןוכ׳ because their roots undermine the ground. 2) to pass the slaughtering knife under cover, to squeeze in. Ḥull.II, 4. Ib. 20b; a. fr.Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. I, 5 מפני שהכובס אומן מַחֲלִידוֹ לתוכו (R. S. to Kel. XXI, 1) because so much of it does the professional fuller fold up for inserting a rod into it (v. חוֹב II, 2).

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  • 437 חלד

    חֲלַדch. sam( 1) same. Y.Kil.IX, 32c top מַחִלִידהב״ה … אתוכ׳ the Lord caves the ground before them and they roll ; Y.Keth.XII, 35b top מהלך … אל (corr. acc.). B. Bath.19b מפני שמַחְלִידִיןוכ׳ because their roots undermine the ground. to pass the slaughtering knife under cover, to squeeze in); Part. pass. חָלִיד covered with earth, mouldering. Targ. Job 11:17 Ms. (ed. דחלך, דהלך, corr. acc.).

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  • 438 חֲלַד

    חֲלַדch. sam( 1) same. Y.Kil.IX, 32c top מַחִלִידהב״ה … אתוכ׳ the Lord caves the ground before them and they roll ; Y.Keth.XII, 35b top מהלך … אל (corr. acc.). B. Bath.19b מפני שמַחְלִידִיןוכ׳ because their roots undermine the ground. to pass the slaughtering knife under cover, to squeeze in); Part. pass. חָלִיד covered with earth, mouldering. Targ. Job 11:17 Ms. (ed. דחלך, דהלך, corr. acc.).

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  • 439 חלון

    חַלּוֹןc. (b. h.; חלל) perforation, aperture, window. B. Bath, III, 6 ח׳ המצריתוכ׳ the Egyptian window (a very small aperture in the wall) gives no privilege (v. חֲזָקָה), i. e. the neighbor may build against it, contrad. to הצורית a Tyrian window. Gen. R. s. 31, expl. צהר (Gen. 6:16); a. v. fr.Pl. חַלּוֹנוֹת. Y.R. Hash. II, 58a; Ex. R. s. 15 שס״ה ח׳וכ׳ 365 apertures did the Lord create in the sky; a. fr.

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  • 440 חַלּוֹן

    חַלּוֹןc. (b. h.; חלל) perforation, aperture, window. B. Bath, III, 6 ח׳ המצריתוכ׳ the Egyptian window (a very small aperture in the wall) gives no privilege (v. חֲזָקָה), i. e. the neighbor may build against it, contrad. to הצורית a Tyrian window. Gen. R. s. 31, expl. צהר (Gen. 6:16); a. v. fr.Pl. חַלּוֹנוֹת. Y.R. Hash. II, 58a; Ex. R. s. 15 שס״ה ח׳וכ׳ 365 apertures did the Lord create in the sky; a. fr.

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