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  • 621 כיסופא

    כִּיסּוּפָא, כִּסּ׳m. (כְּסַף) putting to shame; disgrace, shame. Targ. Y. Gen. 3:10 (nakedness). Targ. Ps. 69:8 ( fem.); a. fr.Hor.13b אתיא מילתא לידי כ׳ this may lead to putting (R. S.) to shame. Taan.9b רחמנא … מכ׳ דשימי the Lord save us from being put to shame through Shimi (by his questions). Snh.11a מחמת כ׳ in order to save the man from shame. Taan.25a top משום כ׳ to avoid exposure, v. אַקְטַרְתָּא. B. Kam.86b כ׳ feeling of shame, contrad. to זילותא disgrace though not felt. Num. R. s. 14 בלשון ירושלמי … כס׳ in the Jerusalem dialect (of the Chaldaic) they say for ḥerpah, kissufa. כיסופין Targ. Prov. 2:22 some ed., read: נסופין, v. סוּף II ch.)

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  • 622 כס׳

    כִּיסּוּפָא, כִּסּ׳m. (כְּסַף) putting to shame; disgrace, shame. Targ. Y. Gen. 3:10 (nakedness). Targ. Ps. 69:8 ( fem.); a. fr.Hor.13b אתיא מילתא לידי כ׳ this may lead to putting (R. S.) to shame. Taan.9b רחמנא … מכ׳ דשימי the Lord save us from being put to shame through Shimi (by his questions). Snh.11a מחמת כ׳ in order to save the man from shame. Taan.25a top משום כ׳ to avoid exposure, v. אַקְטַרְתָּא. B. Kam.86b כ׳ feeling of shame, contrad. to זילותא disgrace though not felt. Num. R. s. 14 בלשון ירושלמי … כס׳ in the Jerusalem dialect (of the Chaldaic) they say for ḥerpah, kissufa. כיסופין Targ. Prov. 2:22 some ed., read: נסופין, v. סוּף II ch.)

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  • 623 כִּיסּוּפָא

    כִּיסּוּפָא, כִּסּ׳m. (כְּסַף) putting to shame; disgrace, shame. Targ. Y. Gen. 3:10 (nakedness). Targ. Ps. 69:8 ( fem.); a. fr.Hor.13b אתיא מילתא לידי כ׳ this may lead to putting (R. S.) to shame. Taan.9b רחמנא … מכ׳ דשימי the Lord save us from being put to shame through Shimi (by his questions). Snh.11a מחמת כ׳ in order to save the man from shame. Taan.25a top משום כ׳ to avoid exposure, v. אַקְטַרְתָּא. B. Kam.86b כ׳ feeling of shame, contrad. to זילותא disgrace though not felt. Num. R. s. 14 בלשון ירושלמי … כס׳ in the Jerusalem dialect (of the Chaldaic) they say for ḥerpah, kissufa. כיסופין Targ. Prov. 2:22 some ed., read: נסופין, v. סוּף II ch.)

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  • 624 כִּסּ׳

    כִּיסּוּפָא, כִּסּ׳m. (כְּסַף) putting to shame; disgrace, shame. Targ. Y. Gen. 3:10 (nakedness). Targ. Ps. 69:8 ( fem.); a. fr.Hor.13b אתיא מילתא לידי כ׳ this may lead to putting (R. S.) to shame. Taan.9b רחמנא … מכ׳ דשימי the Lord save us from being put to shame through Shimi (by his questions). Snh.11a מחמת כ׳ in order to save the man from shame. Taan.25a top משום כ׳ to avoid exposure, v. אַקְטַרְתָּא. B. Kam.86b כ׳ feeling of shame, contrad. to זילותא disgrace though not felt. Num. R. s. 14 בלשון ירושלמי … כס׳ in the Jerusalem dialect (of the Chaldaic) they say for ḥerpah, kissufa. כיסופין Targ. Prov. 2:22 some ed., read: נסופין, v. סוּף II ch.)

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  • 625 כירי

    כֵּירִי(χαῖρε, imper. of χαίρω) hail! Gen. R. s. 89 (play on כר, Is. 30:23) (when thy cattle has pasture) כ׳ כ׳ מרובה בעולם Ar. ‘hail! hail! is largely heard in the world (good-will prevails); (ed. כ׳ עבד קירי אדון; ‘Rashi: כ׳ קירי מרובה בעולם (χαῖρε κύριε, hail, O Lord), misinterpreting: כ׳ עבד קירי אדון (v. next w.), which gloss came into the text of the ed. in place of the original passage). Tanḥ. Mikk. 9 א״ל קירי כ׳ Mus. (ed. ברא; ed. Bub. 11 בדא; corr. acc.), he said to him, hail mylord!

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  • 626 כֵּירִי

    כֵּירִי(χαῖρε, imper. of χαίρω) hail! Gen. R. s. 89 (play on כר, Is. 30:23) (when thy cattle has pasture) כ׳ כ׳ מרובה בעולם Ar. ‘hail! hail! is largely heard in the world (good-will prevails); (ed. כ׳ עבד קירי אדון; ‘Rashi: כ׳ קירי מרובה בעולם (χαῖρε κύριε, hail, O Lord), misinterpreting: כ׳ עבד קירי אדון (v. next w.), which gloss came into the text of the ed. in place of the original passage). Tanḥ. Mikk. 9 א״ל קירי כ׳ Mus. (ed. ברא; ed. Bub. 11 בדא; corr. acc.), he said to him, hail mylord!

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  • 627 כירי I

    כִּירִיI m. (χείριε, vocat. of χείριος = ὑποχείριος) in the control of, captive. Erub.53b (of a Galilean woman who wished to say קירי, κύριε, O Lord) מרי כ׳.Ḥull.139b (of doves which uttered a sound like קירי קירי) אמרה … קירי בירי (corr. acc.) said she, blind one, say rather κύριε χείριε lord slave (an allusion to Herod the Great, v. הַרְדְסִיאוֹת).(Gen. R. s. 89 כ׳ עבד קירי אדון, v. preced. w.

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  • 628 כִּירִי

    כִּירִיI m. (χείριε, vocat. of χείριος = ὑποχείριος) in the control of, captive. Erub.53b (of a Galilean woman who wished to say קירי, κύριε, O Lord) מרי כ׳.Ḥull.139b (of doves which uttered a sound like קירי קירי) אמרה … קירי בירי (corr. acc.) said she, blind one, say rather κύριε χείριε lord slave (an allusion to Herod the Great, v. הַרְדְסִיאוֹת).(Gen. R. s. 89 כ׳ עבד קירי אדון, v. preced. w.

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  • 629 כל

    כֹּלconstr. כָּל (b. h.; כָּלַל) all, every one. Sot.5a הקב״ה הניח כל הריםוכ׳ the Lord passed over all mountains and hills and caused his Presence to rest on Sinai. Ib. (ref. to ככל Job 24:24) כאברהם … בַּכֹּל מִכֹּל כֹּל like Abraham, Isaac and Jacob of whom is written ‘with everything (Gen. 24:1; 27:33; 33:11).Ḥull.I, 1 הַכֹּל שוחטיןוכ׳ all persons are competent to slaughter ; וכוּלָּןוכ׳ but all those (mentioned as unfit), if they Ib. 2 ובַכֹּל שוחטיןוכ׳ and you may slaughter with any cutting tool except Tem.I, 1; a. v. fr. דברי הכל the words of all, ( it is) the unanimous opinion, all agree. Bets.9a ד׳ה׳ מותר all agree that it is permitted; a. fr.אין … כל עיקר not at all. Y.Dem.I, 21d אינו מפריש כל עיקר he does not set aside at all; a. fr.Y.Shebi.VIII, beg.37d, a. e. לא הכל ממנו it is not in his power to do so, v. הֵימ־.כָּל העולם כּוּלּוֹ the whole world. Ber.17b; a. fr.כל ה־, כל ש־ whosoever, whatsoever. Gitt.11b כל האומר תנווכ׳ whoever says, ‘Give you (a letter of emancipation), is considered as having said, Take possession (in behalf of the person concerned). Kidd.43b כל שאין יכולהוכ׳ whatever woman is incapable of guarding her letter of divorce, is incapable of being divorced. Ḥag.4b, v. יֵש; a. v. fr.כָּל שֶׁהוּא whatever it be, i. e. the smallest quantity. Macc.17a, a. e. כ׳ ש׳ למכות for punishment with lashes, the partaking of any quantity is sufficient, opp. כזית, v. זַיִת. Shebu.III, 1 ואכל כ׳ ש׳ and ate the least thing; a. v. fr.כָּל שֶׁכֵּן (abbr. כ״ש) there is every reason that it is even so, i. e. so much the more, a matter of course. Sabb.63a … אורך … וכ״שוכ׳ there is length of life promised and, as a matter of course, wealth and honor; a. fr.לאכ״ש, v. הַשְׁתָּא.

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  • 630 כֹּל

    כֹּלconstr. כָּל (b. h.; כָּלַל) all, every one. Sot.5a הקב״ה הניח כל הריםוכ׳ the Lord passed over all mountains and hills and caused his Presence to rest on Sinai. Ib. (ref. to ככל Job 24:24) כאברהם … בַּכֹּל מִכֹּל כֹּל like Abraham, Isaac and Jacob of whom is written ‘with everything (Gen. 24:1; 27:33; 33:11).Ḥull.I, 1 הַכֹּל שוחטיןוכ׳ all persons are competent to slaughter ; וכוּלָּןוכ׳ but all those (mentioned as unfit), if they Ib. 2 ובַכֹּל שוחטיןוכ׳ and you may slaughter with any cutting tool except Tem.I, 1; a. v. fr. דברי הכל the words of all, ( it is) the unanimous opinion, all agree. Bets.9a ד׳ה׳ מותר all agree that it is permitted; a. fr.אין … כל עיקר not at all. Y.Dem.I, 21d אינו מפריש כל עיקר he does not set aside at all; a. fr.Y.Shebi.VIII, beg.37d, a. e. לא הכל ממנו it is not in his power to do so, v. הֵימ־.כָּל העולם כּוּלּוֹ the whole world. Ber.17b; a. fr.כל ה־, כל ש־ whosoever, whatsoever. Gitt.11b כל האומר תנווכ׳ whoever says, ‘Give you (a letter of emancipation), is considered as having said, Take possession (in behalf of the person concerned). Kidd.43b כל שאין יכולהוכ׳ whatever woman is incapable of guarding her letter of divorce, is incapable of being divorced. Ḥag.4b, v. יֵש; a. v. fr.כָּל שֶׁהוּא whatever it be, i. e. the smallest quantity. Macc.17a, a. e. כ׳ ש׳ למכות for punishment with lashes, the partaking of any quantity is sufficient, opp. כזית, v. זַיִת. Shebu.III, 1 ואכל כ׳ ש׳ and ate the least thing; a. v. fr.כָּל שֶׁכֵּן (abbr. כ״ש) there is every reason that it is even so, i. e. so much the more, a matter of course. Sabb.63a … אורך … וכ״שוכ׳ there is length of life promised and, as a matter of course, wealth and honor; a. fr.לאכ״ש, v. הַשְׁתָּא.

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  • 631 כלי

    כלי, כָּלָא, כָּלָה(b. h.; v. כָּלַל) 1) to enclose; to restrain, keep back. Midr. Till. to Ps. 113 לִכְלוֹת את המכהוכ׳ to ward this plague off from thee. Midd. IV, 6 כֹּלֵה עֹרֵב ‘keeping off the raven, an arrangement of iron points on the roof of the Temple; Sabb.90a כּוֹלֵי עורב (pl.) Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָיא ch.; 5. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Men.107a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָה); M. Kat. 9a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כליא); Arakh.6a כליה.Part. pass. כָּלוּי. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d כ׳ אני ממנו I will be restrained from it (for ‘I will abstain). 2) (cmp. שלם) to be full, to be finished, to cease. Ber.39a צריך שתִּכְלֶה ברכהוכ׳ the benediction must be finished simultaneously with breaking the bread. Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 5 כבר כָּלוּ ישראלוכ׳ Israel would have ceased to exist; (Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> היו … מְכוּלִּין, v. infra). Snh.97b כלו כל הקצין all the predicted terms of redemption are ended (have passed by); a. fr.(Pesik. R. s. 12 מת וכלה בקבר, read: וכלה.Part. (fr. כּוּל, cmp. חוּל, part. חולות a. חלות) כָּל. Snh.17a (ref. to כלאם, Num. 11:28) הטל … והן כָּלִין מאליהם throw upon them the care for the public, and they will cease (to prophesy) of themselves; a. fr. Pi. כִּלָּה 1) to finish, cease. Yoma 60b (ref to Lev. 16:20) אם כפר כ׳ when he has atoned (for the sanctuary), he has finished (his task). Ib. אם כ׳ כפר when he has done all (the prescribed ritual), he has achieved atonement; Sifra Aḥăré ch. IV, Par. 4; a. e.Tanḥ. Vayetse 2 מְכַלִּין את שדותיהן they reap their fields entirely (leaving no corners for the poor). Snh.67b כַּלֵּה מִדַּבְּרוֹתֶיךָ ולךוכ׳ (some ed. כלך, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) cease from thy homiletical interpretations, and turn to ; Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:6; Ex. R. s. 10, v. כַּלֵּךְ. 2) to finish, destroy. Y.Shek.VI, 50b top (ref. to מכלות, 2 Chr. 4:21) הן כִּילּוּוכ׳ they (these vessels) consumed all the gold (of the country); Men.29a שכִּילַּתּוֹוכ׳ it consumed Pesik. R. s. 2 שכי׳ אותהוכ׳ whom the Lord destroyed. Num. R. s. 3 היה הארון מְכַלֶּה בבניוכ׳ the Ark made havoc among the sons of Kehath (who had charge of it; cmp. 2 Sam. 6:7). Mekh. Bshall., Amalek, s.2 לכַלָּן to destroy them. Y. Ḥag.II, 78a bot. (cited in Tosaf. to Ḥag.17b a. v. אלא) ובלבד שיְכַלֶּה עיסתו (ed. שיבלים) provided he has used up all his dough for the day; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכוּלֶּה, pl. מְכוּלִּין. Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> כבר היו ישראל מ׳וכ׳ Israel would then have been destroyed; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְכַּלֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְכַּלֶּה to be destroyed, visited by death. Num. R. s. 5 היו מִתְכַּלִּין they were diminished. Ib. שלא יִתְכַּלּוּ מןוכ׳ that they may not be destroyed from the world. Ib. s. 3 לא נ׳וכ׳ not one of them was missing on being counted ; a. e.

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  • 632 כלא

    כלי, כָּלָא, כָּלָה(b. h.; v. כָּלַל) 1) to enclose; to restrain, keep back. Midr. Till. to Ps. 113 לִכְלוֹת את המכהוכ׳ to ward this plague off from thee. Midd. IV, 6 כֹּלֵה עֹרֵב ‘keeping off the raven, an arrangement of iron points on the roof of the Temple; Sabb.90a כּוֹלֵי עורב (pl.) Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָיא ch.; 5. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Men.107a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָה); M. Kat. 9a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כליא); Arakh.6a כליה.Part. pass. כָּלוּי. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d כ׳ אני ממנו I will be restrained from it (for ‘I will abstain). 2) (cmp. שלם) to be full, to be finished, to cease. Ber.39a צריך שתִּכְלֶה ברכהוכ׳ the benediction must be finished simultaneously with breaking the bread. Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 5 כבר כָּלוּ ישראלוכ׳ Israel would have ceased to exist; (Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> היו … מְכוּלִּין, v. infra). Snh.97b כלו כל הקצין all the predicted terms of redemption are ended (have passed by); a. fr.(Pesik. R. s. 12 מת וכלה בקבר, read: וכלה.Part. (fr. כּוּל, cmp. חוּל, part. חולות a. חלות) כָּל. Snh.17a (ref. to כלאם, Num. 11:28) הטל … והן כָּלִין מאליהם throw upon them the care for the public, and they will cease (to prophesy) of themselves; a. fr. Pi. כִּלָּה 1) to finish, cease. Yoma 60b (ref to Lev. 16:20) אם כפר כ׳ when he has atoned (for the sanctuary), he has finished (his task). Ib. אם כ׳ כפר when he has done all (the prescribed ritual), he has achieved atonement; Sifra Aḥăré ch. IV, Par. 4; a. e.Tanḥ. Vayetse 2 מְכַלִּין את שדותיהן they reap their fields entirely (leaving no corners for the poor). Snh.67b כַּלֵּה מִדַּבְּרוֹתֶיךָ ולךוכ׳ (some ed. כלך, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) cease from thy homiletical interpretations, and turn to ; Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:6; Ex. R. s. 10, v. כַּלֵּךְ. 2) to finish, destroy. Y.Shek.VI, 50b top (ref. to מכלות, 2 Chr. 4:21) הן כִּילּוּוכ׳ they (these vessels) consumed all the gold (of the country); Men.29a שכִּילַּתּוֹוכ׳ it consumed Pesik. R. s. 2 שכי׳ אותהוכ׳ whom the Lord destroyed. Num. R. s. 3 היה הארון מְכַלֶּה בבניוכ׳ the Ark made havoc among the sons of Kehath (who had charge of it; cmp. 2 Sam. 6:7). Mekh. Bshall., Amalek, s.2 לכַלָּן to destroy them. Y. Ḥag.II, 78a bot. (cited in Tosaf. to Ḥag.17b a. v. אלא) ובלבד שיְכַלֶּה עיסתו (ed. שיבלים) provided he has used up all his dough for the day; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכוּלֶּה, pl. מְכוּלִּין. Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> כבר היו ישראל מ׳וכ׳ Israel would then have been destroyed; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְכַּלֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְכַּלֶּה to be destroyed, visited by death. Num. R. s. 5 היו מִתְכַּלִּין they were diminished. Ib. שלא יִתְכַּלּוּ מןוכ׳ that they may not be destroyed from the world. Ib. s. 3 לא נ׳וכ׳ not one of them was missing on being counted ; a. e.

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  • 633 כָּלָא

    כלי, כָּלָא, כָּלָה(b. h.; v. כָּלַל) 1) to enclose; to restrain, keep back. Midr. Till. to Ps. 113 לִכְלוֹת את המכהוכ׳ to ward this plague off from thee. Midd. IV, 6 כֹּלֵה עֹרֵב ‘keeping off the raven, an arrangement of iron points on the roof of the Temple; Sabb.90a כּוֹלֵי עורב (pl.) Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָיא ch.; 5. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Men.107a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָה); M. Kat. 9a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כליא); Arakh.6a כליה.Part. pass. כָּלוּי. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d כ׳ אני ממנו I will be restrained from it (for ‘I will abstain). 2) (cmp. שלם) to be full, to be finished, to cease. Ber.39a צריך שתִּכְלֶה ברכהוכ׳ the benediction must be finished simultaneously with breaking the bread. Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 5 כבר כָּלוּ ישראלוכ׳ Israel would have ceased to exist; (Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> היו … מְכוּלִּין, v. infra). Snh.97b כלו כל הקצין all the predicted terms of redemption are ended (have passed by); a. fr.(Pesik. R. s. 12 מת וכלה בקבר, read: וכלה.Part. (fr. כּוּל, cmp. חוּל, part. חולות a. חלות) כָּל. Snh.17a (ref. to כלאם, Num. 11:28) הטל … והן כָּלִין מאליהם throw upon them the care for the public, and they will cease (to prophesy) of themselves; a. fr. Pi. כִּלָּה 1) to finish, cease. Yoma 60b (ref to Lev. 16:20) אם כפר כ׳ when he has atoned (for the sanctuary), he has finished (his task). Ib. אם כ׳ כפר when he has done all (the prescribed ritual), he has achieved atonement; Sifra Aḥăré ch. IV, Par. 4; a. e.Tanḥ. Vayetse 2 מְכַלִּין את שדותיהן they reap their fields entirely (leaving no corners for the poor). Snh.67b כַּלֵּה מִדַּבְּרוֹתֶיךָ ולךוכ׳ (some ed. כלך, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) cease from thy homiletical interpretations, and turn to ; Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:6; Ex. R. s. 10, v. כַּלֵּךְ. 2) to finish, destroy. Y.Shek.VI, 50b top (ref. to מכלות, 2 Chr. 4:21) הן כִּילּוּוכ׳ they (these vessels) consumed all the gold (of the country); Men.29a שכִּילַּתּוֹוכ׳ it consumed Pesik. R. s. 2 שכי׳ אותהוכ׳ whom the Lord destroyed. Num. R. s. 3 היה הארון מְכַלֶּה בבניוכ׳ the Ark made havoc among the sons of Kehath (who had charge of it; cmp. 2 Sam. 6:7). Mekh. Bshall., Amalek, s.2 לכַלָּן to destroy them. Y. Ḥag.II, 78a bot. (cited in Tosaf. to Ḥag.17b a. v. אלא) ובלבד שיְכַלֶּה עיסתו (ed. שיבלים) provided he has used up all his dough for the day; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכוּלֶּה, pl. מְכוּלִּין. Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> כבר היו ישראל מ׳וכ׳ Israel would then have been destroyed; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְכַּלֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְכַּלֶּה to be destroyed, visited by death. Num. R. s. 5 היו מִתְכַּלִּין they were diminished. Ib. שלא יִתְכַּלּוּ מןוכ׳ that they may not be destroyed from the world. Ib. s. 3 לא נ׳וכ׳ not one of them was missing on being counted ; a. e.

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  • 634 כָּלָה

    כלי, כָּלָא, כָּלָה(b. h.; v. כָּלַל) 1) to enclose; to restrain, keep back. Midr. Till. to Ps. 113 לִכְלוֹת את המכהוכ׳ to ward this plague off from thee. Midd. IV, 6 כֹּלֵה עֹרֵב ‘keeping off the raven, an arrangement of iron points on the roof of the Temple; Sabb.90a כּוֹלֵי עורב (pl.) Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָיא ch.; 5. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note); Men.107a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כַּלְיָה); M. Kat. 9a כולי Ms. M. (ed. כליא); Arakh.6a כליה.Part. pass. כָּלוּי. Y.Naz.II, beg.51d כ׳ אני ממנו I will be restrained from it (for ‘I will abstain). 2) (cmp. שלם) to be full, to be finished, to cease. Ber.39a צריך שתִּכְלֶה ברכהוכ׳ the benediction must be finished simultaneously with breaking the bread. Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 5 כבר כָּלוּ ישראלוכ׳ Israel would have ceased to exist; (Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> היו … מְכוּלִּין, v. infra). Snh.97b כלו כל הקצין all the predicted terms of redemption are ended (have passed by); a. fr.(Pesik. R. s. 12 מת וכלה בקבר, read: וכלה.Part. (fr. כּוּל, cmp. חוּל, part. חולות a. חלות) כָּל. Snh.17a (ref. to כלאם, Num. 11:28) הטל … והן כָּלִין מאליהם throw upon them the care for the public, and they will cease (to prophesy) of themselves; a. fr. Pi. כִּלָּה 1) to finish, cease. Yoma 60b (ref to Lev. 16:20) אם כפר כ׳ when he has atoned (for the sanctuary), he has finished (his task). Ib. אם כ׳ כפר when he has done all (the prescribed ritual), he has achieved atonement; Sifra Aḥăré ch. IV, Par. 4; a. e.Tanḥ. Vayetse 2 מְכַלִּין את שדותיהן they reap their fields entirely (leaving no corners for the poor). Snh.67b כַּלֵּה מִדַּבְּרוֹתֶיךָ ולךוכ׳ (some ed. כלך, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) cease from thy homiletical interpretations, and turn to ; Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:6; Ex. R. s. 10, v. כַּלֵּךְ. 2) to finish, destroy. Y.Shek.VI, 50b top (ref. to מכלות, 2 Chr. 4:21) הן כִּילּוּוכ׳ they (these vessels) consumed all the gold (of the country); Men.29a שכִּילַּתּוֹוכ׳ it consumed Pesik. R. s. 2 שכי׳ אותהוכ׳ whom the Lord destroyed. Num. R. s. 3 היה הארון מְכַלֶּה בבניוכ׳ the Ark made havoc among the sons of Kehath (who had charge of it; cmp. 2 Sam. 6:7). Mekh. Bshall., Amalek, s.2 לכַלָּן to destroy them. Y. Ḥag.II, 78a bot. (cited in Tosaf. to Ḥag.17b a. v. אלא) ובלבד שיְכַלֶּה עיסתו (ed. שיבלים) provided he has used up all his dough for the day; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכוּלֶּה, pl. מְכוּלִּין. Pesik. Shek., p. 13b> כבר היו ישראל מ׳וכ׳ Israel would then have been destroyed; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְכַּלֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְכַּלֶּה to be destroyed, visited by death. Num. R. s. 5 היו מִתְכַּלִּין they were diminished. Ib. שלא יִתְכַּלּוּ מןוכ׳ that they may not be destroyed from the world. Ib. s. 3 לא נ׳וכ׳ not one of them was missing on being counted ; a. e.

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  • 635 כלכל

    כִּלְכֵּל(b. h.; כלל, כול) ( to surround, 1) to provide with everything; to sustain. Naz.3a, v. כִּלְכּוּל. Ber.58b וכ׳ אתכם בדיןוכ׳ and provided for you (while alive) in justice, and gathered you in justice. 2) (cmp. כְּלִילָא) to raise a crown of hair, to be a nazir. Naz. I, 1 הריני מְכַלְכֵּל I will grow a crown (as a substitute for, ‘I will be a nazir, v. כִּינּוּי). Y. ib. 51b top כאומר הריני מן המְכַלְכְּלִין as if he said, I will be one of those who wear a crown of hair.Tosef.Nidd.VI, 6; Nidd.52b עד שתְּכַלְכֵּל (euphem.) until she has a full growth of hair (around the pudenda). 3) denom. of כֶּלִי) to arm, fit out. Midr. Till. to Ps. 8 א״להקב״ה ולא אני כלכלתי בה (read: כִּלְכַּלְתִּיו) said the Lord to him (Doëg), is it not I that fitted him (David) out with it (the sword of Goliath deposited in the Sanctuary)?(The entire sentence is missing in ed. Bub.; note 69 a. l. quotes fr. mss. קלקלתי. Nithpalp. נִתְכַּלְכֵּל to be supported. Pesik. R. s. 4 אליהו נ׳וכ׳ (not נתבלבל) Elijah was supported by the woman of Zarephath.

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  • 636 כִּלְכֵּל

    כִּלְכֵּל(b. h.; כלל, כול) ( to surround, 1) to provide with everything; to sustain. Naz.3a, v. כִּלְכּוּל. Ber.58b וכ׳ אתכם בדיןוכ׳ and provided for you (while alive) in justice, and gathered you in justice. 2) (cmp. כְּלִילָא) to raise a crown of hair, to be a nazir. Naz. I, 1 הריני מְכַלְכֵּל I will grow a crown (as a substitute for, ‘I will be a nazir, v. כִּינּוּי). Y. ib. 51b top כאומר הריני מן המְכַלְכְּלִין as if he said, I will be one of those who wear a crown of hair.Tosef.Nidd.VI, 6; Nidd.52b עד שתְּכַלְכֵּל (euphem.) until she has a full growth of hair (around the pudenda). 3) denom. of כֶּלִי) to arm, fit out. Midr. Till. to Ps. 8 א״להקב״ה ולא אני כלכלתי בה (read: כִּלְכַּלְתִּיו) said the Lord to him (Doëg), is it not I that fitted him (David) out with it (the sword of Goliath deposited in the Sanctuary)?(The entire sentence is missing in ed. Bub.; note 69 a. l. quotes fr. mss. קלקלתי. Nithpalp. נִתְכַּלְכֵּל to be supported. Pesik. R. s. 4 אליהו נ׳וכ׳ (not נתבלבל) Elijah was supported by the woman of Zarephath.

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  • 637 כנסת

    כְּנֶסֶתf. (preced.) 1) gathering, storage. Y.B. Bath.IV, 14c bot. בית הכ׳ שלעצים a store-house for wood (= אוֹצָר). 2) assembly, community, congregation, esp. congregation of worshippers. Ex. R. s. 21 (interch. with preced. w.); Yalk. Ps. 840, v. preced.בית הכ׳ (abbr. בה״כ) synagogue. Ber.6a. Meg.III, 1 (25b); a. fr.Sot.VII, 7 חזן הכ׳ the sexton of the synagogue within the Temple precincts; Succ.51b of the synagogue of Alexandria, v. חַזָּן; a. fr.כ׳ ישראל (abbrev. כ״י) the congregation of Israel, the Ecclesia, (often personified as a woman betrothed to the Lord). Cant. R. to I, 4; a. fr.כ׳ הגדולה (abbr. כה״ג) the Great Assembly, Ecclesia or Synagoga Magna, a supreme authority established under Ezra and Nehemiah. Ab. I, 1, a. fr. אנשי כ׳ הג׳ the men of the original Great Synagogue. Ib. 2 שיריכה״ג the last members of the Great Synagogue.Pl. כְּנֵסִיּוֹת, כְּנֵיסִ׳. Lam. R. introd. (R. Yitsḥ. 3) בני כְּנֵסִיּוֹתָיו his fellow-members in the royal council; (Yalk. Is. 318 בני המלך).בתי כ׳ synagogues. Meg.6a. Y. ib. III, beg.73d ארבע … ב׳ כ׳וכ׳ there were four hundred and eighty synagogues in Jerusalem, and each had a school Ḥull.51a מפטיר כ׳ janitor at meetings of scholars in college. Pes.49b ראשי כ׳ chiefs of congregations or synagogues.

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  • 638 כְּנֶסֶת

    כְּנֶסֶתf. (preced.) 1) gathering, storage. Y.B. Bath.IV, 14c bot. בית הכ׳ שלעצים a store-house for wood (= אוֹצָר). 2) assembly, community, congregation, esp. congregation of worshippers. Ex. R. s. 21 (interch. with preced. w.); Yalk. Ps. 840, v. preced.בית הכ׳ (abbr. בה״כ) synagogue. Ber.6a. Meg.III, 1 (25b); a. fr.Sot.VII, 7 חזן הכ׳ the sexton of the synagogue within the Temple precincts; Succ.51b of the synagogue of Alexandria, v. חַזָּן; a. fr.כ׳ ישראל (abbrev. כ״י) the congregation of Israel, the Ecclesia, (often personified as a woman betrothed to the Lord). Cant. R. to I, 4; a. fr.כ׳ הגדולה (abbr. כה״ג) the Great Assembly, Ecclesia or Synagoga Magna, a supreme authority established under Ezra and Nehemiah. Ab. I, 1, a. fr. אנשי כ׳ הג׳ the men of the original Great Synagogue. Ib. 2 שיריכה״ג the last members of the Great Synagogue.Pl. כְּנֵסִיּוֹת, כְּנֵיסִ׳. Lam. R. introd. (R. Yitsḥ. 3) בני כְּנֵסִיּוֹתָיו his fellow-members in the royal council; (Yalk. Is. 318 בני המלך).בתי כ׳ synagogues. Meg.6a. Y. ib. III, beg.73d ארבע … ב׳ כ׳וכ׳ there were four hundred and eighty synagogues in Jerusalem, and each had a school Ḥull.51a מפטיר כ׳ janitor at meetings of scholars in college. Pes.49b ראשי כ׳ chiefs of congregations or synagogues.

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  • 639 כסי

    כְּסֵי, כְּסָאch. same, Part. pass. כְּסִי, f. כַּסְיָא hidden. Targ. 1 Sam. 3:1 כְּסִי Bxt. (ed. כַּסִּי, כַּסֵּי; h. text יקר). Targ. 2 Kings 6:8 (h. text פלני). Targ. Job 28:21. Targ. 2 Kings 6:9 כָּסָן (h. text נְחִתִּים). Pa. כַּסֵּי to cover, hide, conceal. Targ. O. Gen. 38:15 (Y. כעיסת). Ib. 47:18; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכַסָּא unknown, remote. Targ. 2 Kings 19:2. Targ. O. Lev. 4:13. Targ. 2 Sam. 13:2 (h. text ויפלא); a. e.Sabb.156b כַּסִּי רישיךוכ׳ keep thy head covered in order that the fear of the Lord may rest upon thee. Ib. 125a לכַסּוּיֵי בהווכ׳ to cover a nuisance with it. Gen. R. s. 52, (read as:) Yalk. ib. 91 וכסי עיניך מינאי and close thine eye from upon me, i. e. take the indulgence money. Taan.25a רקיע … כסי פניך ולא אִיכַּסִי ‘cover thy face, O sky, but the sky was not covered. Ḥull.87a אפשר … ומְכַסֵּי בחדא he may kill with one hand and cover (the blood) with the other; a. fr. Ithpa. אִיתְכַּסִּי, אִיכַּסִּי to be covered, hidden; to cover ones self; to conceal ones self, withdraw. Targ. Y. Gen. 20:16. Targ. Y. Lev. 4:13. Targ. Gen. 18:14 (h. text יפלא, v. supra); a. fr.Targ. Ps. 139:6 מִכַּסְיָא.Taan. l. c., v. supra. Ib. 23a א׳ מעינא וניםוכ׳ he disappeared and slept seventy years. Keth.63a שאילי … ואִיכַּסָּאִי borrow some garments and dress thyself; a. fr.

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  • 640 כסא

    כְּסֵי, כְּסָאch. same, Part. pass. כְּסִי, f. כַּסְיָא hidden. Targ. 1 Sam. 3:1 כְּסִי Bxt. (ed. כַּסִּי, כַּסֵּי; h. text יקר). Targ. 2 Kings 6:8 (h. text פלני). Targ. Job 28:21. Targ. 2 Kings 6:9 כָּסָן (h. text נְחִתִּים). Pa. כַּסֵּי to cover, hide, conceal. Targ. O. Gen. 38:15 (Y. כעיסת). Ib. 47:18; a. fr.Part. pass. מְכַסָּא unknown, remote. Targ. 2 Kings 19:2. Targ. O. Lev. 4:13. Targ. 2 Sam. 13:2 (h. text ויפלא); a. e.Sabb.156b כַּסִּי רישיךוכ׳ keep thy head covered in order that the fear of the Lord may rest upon thee. Ib. 125a לכַסּוּיֵי בהווכ׳ to cover a nuisance with it. Gen. R. s. 52, (read as:) Yalk. ib. 91 וכסי עיניך מינאי and close thine eye from upon me, i. e. take the indulgence money. Taan.25a רקיע … כסי פניך ולא אִיכַּסִי ‘cover thy face, O sky, but the sky was not covered. Ḥull.87a אפשר … ומְכַסֵּי בחדא he may kill with one hand and cover (the blood) with the other; a. fr. Ithpa. אִיתְכַּסִּי, אִיכַּסִּי to be covered, hidden; to cover ones self; to conceal ones self, withdraw. Targ. Y. Gen. 20:16. Targ. Y. Lev. 4:13. Targ. Gen. 18:14 (h. text יפלא, v. supra); a. fr.Targ. Ps. 139:6 מִכַּסְיָא.Taan. l. c., v. supra. Ib. 23a א׳ מעינא וניםוכ׳ he disappeared and slept seventy years. Keth.63a שאילי … ואִיכַּסָּאִי borrow some garments and dress thyself; a. fr.

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