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  • 681 כָּתַב

    כָּתַבb. h.; v. Ges. H. Dict. s. v.) ( to join sign to sign, to compose, write; to promise in writing, to will, assign, consign. Gitt.20a וכ׳ ולא חקק it says (Deut. 24:1) ‘and he shall write but not engrave; Y. ib. II, 44b top, v. כְּתִיבָה. Macc.III, 6 (ref. to Lev. 19:28) עד שיִכְתּוֹבוכ׳ unless he writes (designs) and etches with ink, stibium or anything that marks; Sifra Kdoshim, Par. 3, ch. 6, v. כְּתוֹבֶת.Meg.9a כִּתְבוּ לי תורתוכ׳ write (translate) for me the Law Ib. 7a כִּתְבוּנִי בספר Ms. M. (ed. לדורות) write me down (record my deeds) in a book (Book of Esther). Ex. R. s. 47, beg. כְּתוֹב אתה write thou thyself. Sabb.XII, 3 הכּוֹתֵבוכ׳ he who writes two letters (on the Sabbath). Ib. 5 נתכוין לִכְתּוֹב ח״ית if he intended to write a Ḥeth.Keth.IX, 1 הכּוֹתֵב לאשתווכ׳ he who declares to his wife ; ib. 83a תניר׳ חייא האומר R. Ḥ. interpreted it, ‘he who says (verbally). Ib. 102b מאי כּוֹתְבִין אומרים ‘they write (in the Mishnah) means merely they declare. Ib. V, 1 והיא כוֹתֶבֶתוכ׳ and she may write (a receipt), I have received Pes.50b כּוֹתְבֵי ספריםוכ׳ copyists of sacred books, or Tfillin B. Bath.14b משה כ׳ ספרווכ׳ Moses is the author of his book, the chapter of Balaam, and the Book of Job; a. v. fr.Part. pass. כָּתוּב, f. כְּתוּבָה; pl. כְּתוּבִים, כְּתוּבִין; כְּתוּבוֹת. Meg.31a דבר זה כ׳ בתורהוכ׳ this is written in the Law, and repeated in the Prophets Ib. 7a כבר כ׳ אניוכ׳ I am already recorded in the chronicles of Y.Shek.VI, 49d bot. כיצד היו הלוחות כ׳ how was the writing on the tablets arranged?Gitt.54b כלס״ת … כ׳ לשמן any scroll of the Law in which the Divine names are not written with full consciousness, v. שֵׁם; a. fr.V. כָּתוּב. Nif. נִכְתָּב to be written, be reduced to writing; to be written upon. Meg.I, 8 הספרים נִכְתָּבִים בכל לשון the Biblical books may be written in (translated into) any language (v. ib. 9a); ib. לא התירו שיִכָּתְבוּוכ׳ they permitted them to be translated only into Greek. Ib. 7a נאמרה לִיכָּתֵב was indited (by the divine spirit) for the purpose of being written (as a book); Yoma 29a נתנה ליכתב (some ed. לִכְתּוֹב); a. v. fr. Hif. הִכְתִּיב 1) to cause to be written or recorded, to dictate, indite. Gen. R. s. 22 כבר הִכְתַּבְתִּי לךוכ׳ I have already ordered to be written in the Law Ruth R. to II, 14 אילו היה ראובן יודע שהק״בה מַכְתִּיב עליווכ׳ if R. had known that the Lord would cause to be written about him (Gen. 37:21) ; a. fr.Lev. R. s. 24 ג׳ פרשיותה׳ לנווכ׳ (Pesik. R. s. 15; Yalk. Ex. 307 כתכ) there are three sections that Moses indited for us in the Law. 2) to consign, enlist in the army, levy. Ex. R. s. 15 (מלך) ב״וד מַכְתִּיב לווכ׳ a human king levies soldiers for himself, strong ; Tanḥ. Hayé 3 מסביב (corr. acc.). Cant. R. to II, 8, a. e. מַכְתֶּבֶת, v. טִירוֹנְיָא.Part. pass, מוּכְתָּב recorded; levied. Kidd.IV, 5, v. אִסְטְרַטְיָא II.Tosef.B. Bath.IV, 7; B. Bath.92b; Keth.58a מ׳ למלכות levied for royal service (comment.: sentenced to death); Kidd.11a נִכְתָּב.Gen. R. s. 89 (Yalk. ib. 147 כתיב), v. סַקְרָרִין.

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  • 682 כתב I, כתוב

    כְּתַבI, כְּתוֹב ch. sam( Hif. הִכְתִּיב to cause to be written or recorded, to dictate, indite). Targ. Deut. 6:9 (v. Berl. Targ. O. II, p. 5 1). Ib. 31:24. Targ. Josh. 18:4; a. v. fr.Part. pass. (כְּתוּב) כְּתִיב. Targ. Ex. 31:18. Targ. O. Num. 11:26 (Y. כתוביא); a. fr.B. Kam.88a bot. כְּתַבְתִּינְהוּ לניכסיוכ׳ she willed her property to Gitt.20a איהי קא כָתְבָה ליה she (the wife) had it written (at her expense). B. Bath. 168b ולִיכְתּוֹב לן מרוכ׳ write for us another document (copy) in addition to this; a. v. fr.Sabb.115b היכא דכְתִיבֵי תרגוםוכ׳ when the books are written in Chaldaic or any other tongue (than Hebrew); a. fr.Esp. (in arguments on Biblical texts) כ׳ or כ׳ רחמנא the Lord has written, the text reads. Pes.21b טעמא דכ׳רחמנאוכ׳ this is so because the text reads לא יֵאָכֵל (passive voice), but if it did not read so Ib. לִכְתּוֹב רחמנאוכ׳ it ought to read Ber.3b א״ה לכתוב מהנשףוכ׳ if this were so (that נשף invariably means evening), it ought to read (1 Sam. 30:17) מהנשף ועד הנשף; a. v. fr.כְּתִיב it is written, it reads (used also in Hebr. diction). Ib. 13b דִּכְ׳ לדבר בם for it says (Deut. 11:19) ‘to speak thereof; ה״נ הא כ׳ ודברת בם here, too, (in the first part of the Shma) it says (6:7), ‘and thou shalt speak thereof!Meg.10b כ׳ הכא ויהי …וכ׳ התם ויהי here (Lev. 9:1) vayhi is used, and there (Gen. 1:5) vayhi is used. Ib. והָכְ׳, והא כ׳ but does it not also read ?Gen. R. s. 1 ומאי כ׳ אחריו and what do we read after this?הדא הוא דכ׳, v. דָּא I.Snh.71a, a. e. בעינן קרא כְּדִכְ׳ we must construe the Biblical text as it is written (literally, e. g. Mish. ib. VIII, 4 as an interpretation of Deut. 21:19); a. v. fr.B. Kam.66a שינוי קונה כְּתִיבָה ותנינא כ׳ that a change of form of a stolen object gives possession (compelling the thief to restore in value) is written (intimated in the Biblical text) and has been taught in the Mishnah.V. כְּתִיב. Ithpe. אִתְכְּתִיב, אִיכְּתִיב to be written, recorded Targ. Esth. 1:19. Targ. Ps. 40:8. Ib. 87:6 דמִכָּתְבִין Ms. (ed. דמְכַתְּבִין Pa.); a. fr.Meg.7a דאיבעי איכתיבוכ׳ (Ms. M. מאי דבעי כתיב, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note; Rashi: דאי בעי כתב) that which was liked was written down ; a. fr.

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  • 683 כְּתַב

    כְּתַבI, כְּתוֹב ch. sam( Hif. הִכְתִּיב to cause to be written or recorded, to dictate, indite). Targ. Deut. 6:9 (v. Berl. Targ. O. II, p. 5 1). Ib. 31:24. Targ. Josh. 18:4; a. v. fr.Part. pass. (כְּתוּב) כְּתִיב. Targ. Ex. 31:18. Targ. O. Num. 11:26 (Y. כתוביא); a. fr.B. Kam.88a bot. כְּתַבְתִּינְהוּ לניכסיוכ׳ she willed her property to Gitt.20a איהי קא כָתְבָה ליה she (the wife) had it written (at her expense). B. Bath. 168b ולִיכְתּוֹב לן מרוכ׳ write for us another document (copy) in addition to this; a. v. fr.Sabb.115b היכא דכְתִיבֵי תרגוםוכ׳ when the books are written in Chaldaic or any other tongue (than Hebrew); a. fr.Esp. (in arguments on Biblical texts) כ׳ or כ׳ רחמנא the Lord has written, the text reads. Pes.21b טעמא דכ׳רחמנאוכ׳ this is so because the text reads לא יֵאָכֵל (passive voice), but if it did not read so Ib. לִכְתּוֹב רחמנאוכ׳ it ought to read Ber.3b א״ה לכתוב מהנשףוכ׳ if this were so (that נשף invariably means evening), it ought to read (1 Sam. 30:17) מהנשף ועד הנשף; a. v. fr.כְּתִיב it is written, it reads (used also in Hebr. diction). Ib. 13b דִּכְ׳ לדבר בם for it says (Deut. 11:19) ‘to speak thereof; ה״נ הא כ׳ ודברת בם here, too, (in the first part of the Shma) it says (6:7), ‘and thou shalt speak thereof!Meg.10b כ׳ הכא ויהי …וכ׳ התם ויהי here (Lev. 9:1) vayhi is used, and there (Gen. 1:5) vayhi is used. Ib. והָכְ׳, והא כ׳ but does it not also read ?Gen. R. s. 1 ומאי כ׳ אחריו and what do we read after this?הדא הוא דכ׳, v. דָּא I.Snh.71a, a. e. בעינן קרא כְּדִכְ׳ we must construe the Biblical text as it is written (literally, e. g. Mish. ib. VIII, 4 as an interpretation of Deut. 21:19); a. v. fr.B. Kam.66a שינוי קונה כְּתִיבָה ותנינא כ׳ that a change of form of a stolen object gives possession (compelling the thief to restore in value) is written (intimated in the Biblical text) and has been taught in the Mishnah.V. כְּתִיב. Ithpe. אִתְכְּתִיב, אִיכְּתִיב to be written, recorded Targ. Esth. 1:19. Targ. Ps. 40:8. Ib. 87:6 דמִכָּתְבִין Ms. (ed. דמְכַתְּבִין Pa.); a. fr.Meg.7a דאיבעי איכתיבוכ׳ (Ms. M. מאי דבעי כתיב, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note; Rashi: דאי בעי כתב) that which was liked was written down ; a. fr.

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  • 684 כתם

    כָּתַם(b. h.) to be compressed, dark, hidden (cmp. אטם, טמא, טמן). Nif. נִכְתָּם to be stained, marked. R. Hash. 18a; Yeb.105a (ref. to Jer. 2:22) taken as equivalent with נחתם.Part. Pu. מְכוּתָּם stained. Midr. Till. to Ps. 16 (play on מכתם) David said to the Lord מכ׳ אני ed. Bub. (oth. ed. מכתם, corr. acc.) I am stained (with sin).

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  • 685 כָּתַם

    כָּתַם(b. h.) to be compressed, dark, hidden (cmp. אטם, טמא, טמן). Nif. נִכְתָּם to be stained, marked. R. Hash. 18a; Yeb.105a (ref. to Jer. 2:22) taken as equivalent with נחתם.Part. Pu. מְכוּתָּם stained. Midr. Till. to Ps. 16 (play on מכתם) David said to the Lord מכ׳ אני ed. Bub. (oth. ed. מכתם, corr. acc.) I am stained (with sin).

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  • 686 כתר

    כָּתַר(b. h.) to knot, tie, join closely.Denom. כֶּתֶר, כּוֹתֶרֶת. Hif. הִכְתִּיר (denom. of כֶּתֶר) to tie a wreath, to offer a crown. Lev. R. s. 24 העליונים מַכְתִּירִין להקב״הוכ׳ the angels wreathe three ‘holies to the Lord (Is. 6:3); Yalk. ib. 603 העליונים מַכְתִּירִים לפניוכ׳; Yalk. Is. 272 מה״ש מכתירין ג׳ קדושות.Erub.53b (in enigmatic speech) נתייעץ במַכְתַּיר he took counsel with the crown-maker (him who ordains the scholars, the Nasi).Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 6 שהכתיר, read: שהבחיר, as Pesik. Shek., p. 15b>.Part. pass. מוּכְתָּר adorned, distinguished. Meg.12b (in being called Jehudi, Esth. 2:5) מרדכי מ׳ בנימוסו היה (כעדי) (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 300) Mordecai was intended to be described as adorned with his faith (as with an ornament), i. e. Jehudi is meant not as a gentile noun but as an epithet of religious devotion (than whom no better Jew was found).

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  • 687 כָּתַר

    כָּתַר(b. h.) to knot, tie, join closely.Denom. כֶּתֶר, כּוֹתֶרֶת. Hif. הִכְתִּיר (denom. of כֶּתֶר) to tie a wreath, to offer a crown. Lev. R. s. 24 העליונים מַכְתִּירִין להקב״הוכ׳ the angels wreathe three ‘holies to the Lord (Is. 6:3); Yalk. ib. 603 העליונים מַכְתִּירִים לפניוכ׳; Yalk. Is. 272 מה״ש מכתירין ג׳ קדושות.Erub.53b (in enigmatic speech) נתייעץ במַכְתַּיר he took counsel with the crown-maker (him who ordains the scholars, the Nasi).Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 6 שהכתיר, read: שהבחיר, as Pesik. Shek., p. 15b>.Part. pass. מוּכְתָּר adorned, distinguished. Meg.12b (in being called Jehudi, Esth. 2:5) מרדכי מ׳ בנימוסו היה (כעדי) (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 300) Mordecai was intended to be described as adorned with his faith (as with an ornament), i. e. Jehudi is meant not as a gentile noun but as an epithet of religious devotion (than whom no better Jew was found).

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  • 688 לבב

    לֵבָבm. (b. h.) = לֵב, heart; (in rabbinical homiletics) double heart, seat of two opposite inclinations (v. יֵצֶר). Ber.IX, 5 (ref. to Deut. 6:5) בכל לְבָבְךָ בשני יצריךוכ׳ ‘with all thy heart means with both thy inclinations (i. e. break thy evil inclination for the love of God). Gen. R. s. 48 (ref. to Gen. 18:5) וסעדו לְבַבְכֶם איןוכ׳ it does not say here, ‘comfort ye your lbab, but your leb, which intimates that the evil inclination has no power over angels; a. e.(Pesik. Sliḥ., p. 166a>, v. next w.Pl. f. לְבָבוֹת. Tanḥ. Ki Thabo 1 (ref. to Deut. 26:16) בשעה שאתם מתפללים … שתי ל׳וכ׳ when you pray before the Lord, you shall not have two hearts, one for the Lord, and one for another thing (idol); ib. 2. Sot.I, 8 גנב ג׳ ל׳ (Bab. ed. p. 9b גנבות) he deceived three hearts (v. גָּנַב). B. Bath.12b before eating and drinking man has שתי ל׳וכ׳ two hearts (his thoughts are not clearly defined) (ref. to Job 11:12 ‘a hollow man is divided at heart).

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  • 689 לֵבָב

    לֵבָבm. (b. h.) = לֵב, heart; (in rabbinical homiletics) double heart, seat of two opposite inclinations (v. יֵצֶר). Ber.IX, 5 (ref. to Deut. 6:5) בכל לְבָבְךָ בשני יצריךוכ׳ ‘with all thy heart means with both thy inclinations (i. e. break thy evil inclination for the love of God). Gen. R. s. 48 (ref. to Gen. 18:5) וסעדו לְבַבְכֶם איןוכ׳ it does not say here, ‘comfort ye your lbab, but your leb, which intimates that the evil inclination has no power over angels; a. e.(Pesik. Sliḥ., p. 166a>, v. next w.Pl. f. לְבָבוֹת. Tanḥ. Ki Thabo 1 (ref. to Deut. 26:16) בשעה שאתם מתפללים … שתי ל׳וכ׳ when you pray before the Lord, you shall not have two hearts, one for the Lord, and one for another thing (idol); ib. 2. Sot.I, 8 גנב ג׳ ל׳ (Bab. ed. p. 9b גנבות) he deceived three hearts (v. גָּנַב). B. Bath.12b before eating and drinking man has שתי ל׳וכ׳ two hearts (his thoughts are not clearly defined) (ref. to Job 11:12 ‘a hollow man is divided at heart).

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  • 690 לגיון

    לִגְיוֹן, לִיגְיוֹןm. (legio) Roman legion, in gen. legion, troops. Ber.32b, v. גַּסְטְרָא. Tosef.Ḥull.VIII, 16 ל׳ עוברוכ׳ if a Roman legion passes from quarters to quarters, whatever has been used as a cover or shelter, (v. אָהַל) is unclean; Ḥull.123a. Gen. R. s. 4, end ל׳ קשה an intractable legion. Tanḥ. Vayesheb 3 ל׳ אחד נאה ומשובח ראשןוכ׳ (not ראשו) a legion of fine and distinguished men, their heads reaching up to the capital of pillars; a. fr.Pl. לִגְיוֹנִין, לִגְיוֹנִים, לִגְיוֹנוֹת, לִי׳. Ib. ל׳ אלו אינןוכ׳ these legions are not worth anything (in the economy of Providence). Num. R. s. 1 אין שבח … שימנה לגיונו עם הל׳ it is not worthy of the King that his own legion (body-guard) be counted with the legions. Y.Taan.II, 65b bot. שני ל׳ קשים two wild-tempered legions. Ex. R. s. 15 דוכוס שזרקו לו הל׳ פורפירא a general before whom the legions cast the purple cloak (whom they proclaim emperor). Ib. ומוציא הלגיוניןוכ׳ and leads the legions out (in parade), and this dates the beginning of his rule. Lev. R. s. 16, end קוראהקב״ה ל׳ שלו the Lord summons his legions (to execute punishment); a. e.

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  • 691 ליגיון

    לִגְיוֹן, לִיגְיוֹןm. (legio) Roman legion, in gen. legion, troops. Ber.32b, v. גַּסְטְרָא. Tosef.Ḥull.VIII, 16 ל׳ עוברוכ׳ if a Roman legion passes from quarters to quarters, whatever has been used as a cover or shelter, (v. אָהַל) is unclean; Ḥull.123a. Gen. R. s. 4, end ל׳ קשה an intractable legion. Tanḥ. Vayesheb 3 ל׳ אחד נאה ומשובח ראשןוכ׳ (not ראשו) a legion of fine and distinguished men, their heads reaching up to the capital of pillars; a. fr.Pl. לִגְיוֹנִין, לִגְיוֹנִים, לִגְיוֹנוֹת, לִי׳. Ib. ל׳ אלו אינןוכ׳ these legions are not worth anything (in the economy of Providence). Num. R. s. 1 אין שבח … שימנה לגיונו עם הל׳ it is not worthy of the King that his own legion (body-guard) be counted with the legions. Y.Taan.II, 65b bot. שני ל׳ קשים two wild-tempered legions. Ex. R. s. 15 דוכוס שזרקו לו הל׳ פורפירא a general before whom the legions cast the purple cloak (whom they proclaim emperor). Ib. ומוציא הלגיוניןוכ׳ and leads the legions out (in parade), and this dates the beginning of his rule. Lev. R. s. 16, end קוראהקב״ה ל׳ שלו the Lord summons his legions (to execute punishment); a. e.

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  • 692 לִגְיוֹן

    לִגְיוֹן, לִיגְיוֹןm. (legio) Roman legion, in gen. legion, troops. Ber.32b, v. גַּסְטְרָא. Tosef.Ḥull.VIII, 16 ל׳ עוברוכ׳ if a Roman legion passes from quarters to quarters, whatever has been used as a cover or shelter, (v. אָהַל) is unclean; Ḥull.123a. Gen. R. s. 4, end ל׳ קשה an intractable legion. Tanḥ. Vayesheb 3 ל׳ אחד נאה ומשובח ראשןוכ׳ (not ראשו) a legion of fine and distinguished men, their heads reaching up to the capital of pillars; a. fr.Pl. לִגְיוֹנִין, לִגְיוֹנִים, לִגְיוֹנוֹת, לִי׳. Ib. ל׳ אלו אינןוכ׳ these legions are not worth anything (in the economy of Providence). Num. R. s. 1 אין שבח … שימנה לגיונו עם הל׳ it is not worthy of the King that his own legion (body-guard) be counted with the legions. Y.Taan.II, 65b bot. שני ל׳ קשים two wild-tempered legions. Ex. R. s. 15 דוכוס שזרקו לו הל׳ פורפירא a general before whom the legions cast the purple cloak (whom they proclaim emperor). Ib. ומוציא הלגיוניןוכ׳ and leads the legions out (in parade), and this dates the beginning of his rule. Lev. R. s. 16, end קוראהקב״ה ל׳ שלו the Lord summons his legions (to execute punishment); a. e.

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  • 693 לִיגְיוֹן

    לִגְיוֹן, לִיגְיוֹןm. (legio) Roman legion, in gen. legion, troops. Ber.32b, v. גַּסְטְרָא. Tosef.Ḥull.VIII, 16 ל׳ עוברוכ׳ if a Roman legion passes from quarters to quarters, whatever has been used as a cover or shelter, (v. אָהַל) is unclean; Ḥull.123a. Gen. R. s. 4, end ל׳ קשה an intractable legion. Tanḥ. Vayesheb 3 ל׳ אחד נאה ומשובח ראשןוכ׳ (not ראשו) a legion of fine and distinguished men, their heads reaching up to the capital of pillars; a. fr.Pl. לִגְיוֹנִין, לִגְיוֹנִים, לִגְיוֹנוֹת, לִי׳. Ib. ל׳ אלו אינןוכ׳ these legions are not worth anything (in the economy of Providence). Num. R. s. 1 אין שבח … שימנה לגיונו עם הל׳ it is not worthy of the King that his own legion (body-guard) be counted with the legions. Y.Taan.II, 65b bot. שני ל׳ קשים two wild-tempered legions. Ex. R. s. 15 דוכוס שזרקו לו הל׳ פורפירא a general before whom the legions cast the purple cloak (whom they proclaim emperor). Ib. ומוציא הלגיוניןוכ׳ and leads the legions out (in parade), and this dates the beginning of his rule. Lev. R. s. 16, end קוראהקב״ה ל׳ שלו the Lord summons his legions (to execute punishment); a. e.

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  • 694 לוי

    לוי, לָוָה(b. h.) 1) to join, be connected, v. Piel, a. לְוָיָה. 2) (cmp. Sm. Ant. s. v. Nexum) to assume an obligation; to borrow. Shebu.41b; Keth.88a; B. Bath.6a האומר לא לָוִיתִיוכ׳ he who (being sued for a loan duly testified by witnesses) says, ‘I have not contracted any loan, is considered as admitting that he has not paid. Ḥull.84a כגון אנו לוֹוִין אוכלין (delicate persons) like ourselves may buy food on credit. B. Mets.72b אין לוֹוִין על שערוכ׳ (also לֹוִין) you must not borrow money with the choice of repaying in grain at the present price; (another defin., v. Rashi a. l.). Bets 15b לְווּ עלי make a loan on my (the Lords) account; a. v. fr.Esp. לוֹוֶה, לֹוֶה debtor, opp. to מַלְוֶה creditor. Shebu.47a מת ל׳ בחיי מ׳ if the debtor died before the creditor; a. fr.Pl. לוֹוִין. Ib. b שני מלווין ושני ל׳ two (different) creditors and two debtors. Pi. לִוָּה, לִוָּוה, לִי׳ 1) to order an escort for protection, v. לְוָיָה. Tanḥ. Bal. 12; Num. R. s. 20 ל׳ להם ענניוכ׳ He appointed the clouds of glory to escort them. Sot.46b בשביל … של׳ פרעהוכ׳ for the sake of the four steps which Pharaoh ordered his men to escort Abraham 2) to escort, to walk a distance with a departing guest; to follow. Sabb.119b שנימה״ש מְלַוִּין לווכ׳ two ministering angels escort man to his house on the Sabbath eve. Sot. l. c. כל שאינו מְלַוֶּה ומִתְלַוֶּהוכ׳ whoever omits to escort a guest or (as a guest) declines an escort, is regarded as if he had shed blood; שאילמלא לִיוּוּהוּוכ׳ for if the men of Jericho had escorted Elisha Kob. R. to V, 17 ומה מְלַוֵּהוּוכ׳ and what does escort him (to the grave)? Merits and good deeds; a. fr. Hithpa. חִתְלַוֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְלַוֶּה 1) to join the company of, to associate. Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:26 (play on לויתן, ib.) כל מי שמִתְלַוֶּה עמהן עתיד להיעשותוכ׳ whosoever joins them (the Romans) will be made sport of with them in future days. Ib. כל מי שמתלוה עמהן עתידהקב״הוכ׳ him who joins them (the scholars), the Lord will cause to rejoice with them ; Yalk. ib. 862. Gen. R. s. 63, end; Yalk. ib. 111 שנתלוה עמו קלונווכ׳ the disgrace of starvation was made his companion. Tanḥ. Vayishl. 3 להִתְלַוּוֹת לו to be his escort; a. fr. 2) to be escorted, to accept escort. Sot. l. c., v. supra. Hif. הִלְוָה 1) to escort. Ber.18a ואם הִלְוָהוּ if he does escort him (the dead). 2) to lend. span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Ex. R. s. 31 מַלְוֶה ברבית lends oh interest; מ׳ שלא ברבית without interest. Ib. שלא יַלְווּוכ׳ that they must not lend Ib. ראו כמהִ הִלְוֵיתִי ואיני … ומה הִלְוְותָה הארץוכ׳ see how much I lend (to man,) without taking interest, and what the earth lends B. Mets.V, 1 המלוה סלע בחמשהוכ׳ he who lends a Sela to get five Denars in return. Ib. 62b הַלְוֵינִי מנה lend me a Maneh.B. Kam.94b מַלְיֵי רבית (a. ברבית) those who lend on interest; B. Mets.62a; a. fr.מַלְוֶה creditor, v. supra.

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  • 695 לוה

    לוי, לָוָה(b. h.) 1) to join, be connected, v. Piel, a. לְוָיָה. 2) (cmp. Sm. Ant. s. v. Nexum) to assume an obligation; to borrow. Shebu.41b; Keth.88a; B. Bath.6a האומר לא לָוִיתִיוכ׳ he who (being sued for a loan duly testified by witnesses) says, ‘I have not contracted any loan, is considered as admitting that he has not paid. Ḥull.84a כגון אנו לוֹוִין אוכלין (delicate persons) like ourselves may buy food on credit. B. Mets.72b אין לוֹוִין על שערוכ׳ (also לֹוִין) you must not borrow money with the choice of repaying in grain at the present price; (another defin., v. Rashi a. l.). Bets 15b לְווּ עלי make a loan on my (the Lords) account; a. v. fr.Esp. לוֹוֶה, לֹוֶה debtor, opp. to מַלְוֶה creditor. Shebu.47a מת ל׳ בחיי מ׳ if the debtor died before the creditor; a. fr.Pl. לוֹוִין. Ib. b שני מלווין ושני ל׳ two (different) creditors and two debtors. Pi. לִוָּה, לִוָּוה, לִי׳ 1) to order an escort for protection, v. לְוָיָה. Tanḥ. Bal. 12; Num. R. s. 20 ל׳ להם ענניוכ׳ He appointed the clouds of glory to escort them. Sot.46b בשביל … של׳ פרעהוכ׳ for the sake of the four steps which Pharaoh ordered his men to escort Abraham 2) to escort, to walk a distance with a departing guest; to follow. Sabb.119b שנימה״ש מְלַוִּין לווכ׳ two ministering angels escort man to his house on the Sabbath eve. Sot. l. c. כל שאינו מְלַוֶּה ומִתְלַוֶּהוכ׳ whoever omits to escort a guest or (as a guest) declines an escort, is regarded as if he had shed blood; שאילמלא לִיוּוּהוּוכ׳ for if the men of Jericho had escorted Elisha Kob. R. to V, 17 ומה מְלַוֵּהוּוכ׳ and what does escort him (to the grave)? Merits and good deeds; a. fr. Hithpa. חִתְלַוֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְלַוֶּה 1) to join the company of, to associate. Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:26 (play on לויתן, ib.) כל מי שמִתְלַוֶּה עמהן עתיד להיעשותוכ׳ whosoever joins them (the Romans) will be made sport of with them in future days. Ib. כל מי שמתלוה עמהן עתידהקב״הוכ׳ him who joins them (the scholars), the Lord will cause to rejoice with them ; Yalk. ib. 862. Gen. R. s. 63, end; Yalk. ib. 111 שנתלוה עמו קלונווכ׳ the disgrace of starvation was made his companion. Tanḥ. Vayishl. 3 להִתְלַוּוֹת לו to be his escort; a. fr. 2) to be escorted, to accept escort. Sot. l. c., v. supra. Hif. הִלְוָה 1) to escort. Ber.18a ואם הִלְוָהוּ if he does escort him (the dead). 2) to lend. span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Ex. R. s. 31 מַלְוֶה ברבית lends oh interest; מ׳ שלא ברבית without interest. Ib. שלא יַלְווּוכ׳ that they must not lend Ib. ראו כמהִ הִלְוֵיתִי ואיני … ומה הִלְוְותָה הארץוכ׳ see how much I lend (to man,) without taking interest, and what the earth lends B. Mets.V, 1 המלוה סלע בחמשהוכ׳ he who lends a Sela to get five Denars in return. Ib. 62b הַלְוֵינִי מנה lend me a Maneh.B. Kam.94b מַלְיֵי רבית (a. ברבית) those who lend on interest; B. Mets.62a; a. fr.מַלְוֶה creditor, v. supra.

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  • 696 לָוָה

    לוי, לָוָה(b. h.) 1) to join, be connected, v. Piel, a. לְוָיָה. 2) (cmp. Sm. Ant. s. v. Nexum) to assume an obligation; to borrow. Shebu.41b; Keth.88a; B. Bath.6a האומר לא לָוִיתִיוכ׳ he who (being sued for a loan duly testified by witnesses) says, ‘I have not contracted any loan, is considered as admitting that he has not paid. Ḥull.84a כגון אנו לוֹוִין אוכלין (delicate persons) like ourselves may buy food on credit. B. Mets.72b אין לוֹוִין על שערוכ׳ (also לֹוִין) you must not borrow money with the choice of repaying in grain at the present price; (another defin., v. Rashi a. l.). Bets 15b לְווּ עלי make a loan on my (the Lords) account; a. v. fr.Esp. לוֹוֶה, לֹוֶה debtor, opp. to מַלְוֶה creditor. Shebu.47a מת ל׳ בחיי מ׳ if the debtor died before the creditor; a. fr.Pl. לוֹוִין. Ib. b שני מלווין ושני ל׳ two (different) creditors and two debtors. Pi. לִוָּה, לִוָּוה, לִי׳ 1) to order an escort for protection, v. לְוָיָה. Tanḥ. Bal. 12; Num. R. s. 20 ל׳ להם ענניוכ׳ He appointed the clouds of glory to escort them. Sot.46b בשביל … של׳ פרעהוכ׳ for the sake of the four steps which Pharaoh ordered his men to escort Abraham 2) to escort, to walk a distance with a departing guest; to follow. Sabb.119b שנימה״ש מְלַוִּין לווכ׳ two ministering angels escort man to his house on the Sabbath eve. Sot. l. c. כל שאינו מְלַוֶּה ומִתְלַוֶּהוכ׳ whoever omits to escort a guest or (as a guest) declines an escort, is regarded as if he had shed blood; שאילמלא לִיוּוּהוּוכ׳ for if the men of Jericho had escorted Elisha Kob. R. to V, 17 ומה מְלַוֵּהוּוכ׳ and what does escort him (to the grave)? Merits and good deeds; a. fr. Hithpa. חִתְלַוֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְלַוֶּה 1) to join the company of, to associate. Midr. Till. to Ps. 104:26 (play on לויתן, ib.) כל מי שמִתְלַוֶּה עמהן עתיד להיעשותוכ׳ whosoever joins them (the Romans) will be made sport of with them in future days. Ib. כל מי שמתלוה עמהן עתידהקב״הוכ׳ him who joins them (the scholars), the Lord will cause to rejoice with them ; Yalk. ib. 862. Gen. R. s. 63, end; Yalk. ib. 111 שנתלוה עמו קלונווכ׳ the disgrace of starvation was made his companion. Tanḥ. Vayishl. 3 להִתְלַוּוֹת לו to be his escort; a. fr. 2) to be escorted, to accept escort. Sot. l. c., v. supra. Hif. הִלְוָה 1) to escort. Ber.18a ואם הִלְוָהוּ if he does escort him (the dead). 2) to lend. span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Ex. R. s. 31 מַלְוֶה ברבית lends oh interest; מ׳ שלא ברבית without interest. Ib. שלא יַלְווּוכ׳ that they must not lend Ib. ראו כמהִ הִלְוֵיתִי ואיני … ומה הִלְוְותָה הארץוכ׳ see how much I lend (to man,) without taking interest, and what the earth lends B. Mets.V, 1 המלוה סלע בחמשהוכ׳ he who lends a Sela to get five Denars in return. Ib. 62b הַלְוֵינִי מנה lend me a Maneh.B. Kam.94b מַלְיֵי רבית (a. ברבית) those who lend on interest; B. Mets.62a; a. fr.מַלְוֶה creditor, v. supra.

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  • 697 לון

    לוּן, לִיןI (b. h.) to stay over night, to take ( night-) lodging; to be kept over night. Num. R. s. 12, beg. (ref. to Ps. 91:1) שלָו שם לינות הרבה, v. לִינָה. Ib הקב״ה … נתאוה לָלוּן בצלינו the Lord … is desirous to lodge under our shade (Tabernacle). Snh.VI, 4 ואם לן but if his body was allowed to hang over night. Pes.42a מים שלָנוּ water which has been kept in vessels over night (misunderstood for ‘our water, v. בִּית). Ber.18b ולן בבית הקברות and stayed over night in the burial ground; a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 60, distinction between לָלִין, Gen. 24:23 and לָלוּן, ib. 25, v. לִינָה. Hif. הֵלִין to keep over night. B. Kam.99a עובר משום (לא) בל תָּלִין transgresses the law which says, (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not ; B. Mets. IX, 12 יש בו משום לא תליןוכ׳ the prohibition to keep the wages of the hired man over night applies to it; ib. 111b; a. fr.Esp. to leave a corpse unburied over night. Snh.VI, 5 כל המֵלִין אתוכ׳ whosoever postpones the burial of his dead transgresses a prohibitory law (ref. to Deut. 21:23 in its general application); הֵלִינוֹ לכבודווכ׳ but if one kept him over night for his honors sake (to prepare a more honorable burial) ; a. fr.v. הֲלָנָה. Hithpol. הִתְלוֹנֵן, Nithpol. נִתְלוֹנֵן to seek shelter; to take refuge. Num. R. l. c. (ref. to Ps. l. c.) (read:) שדי תִּתְלוֹנֵן בצל שעשה לךוכ׳ Almighty, be pleased to lodge in the shade which Bezaleel has made for thee. Yalk. Job 906 יש להם מנוס שיִתְלוֹנְנוּ מדינהוכ׳ have a place of refuge where to find shelter from the judgment of Gehenna; (Yalk. Jud. 41 שינצלו).

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  • 698 לין I

    לוּן, לִיןI (b. h.) to stay over night, to take ( night-) lodging; to be kept over night. Num. R. s. 12, beg. (ref. to Ps. 91:1) שלָו שם לינות הרבה, v. לִינָה. Ib הקב״ה … נתאוה לָלוּן בצלינו the Lord … is desirous to lodge under our shade (Tabernacle). Snh.VI, 4 ואם לן but if his body was allowed to hang over night. Pes.42a מים שלָנוּ water which has been kept in vessels over night (misunderstood for ‘our water, v. בִּית). Ber.18b ולן בבית הקברות and stayed over night in the burial ground; a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 60, distinction between לָלִין, Gen. 24:23 and לָלוּן, ib. 25, v. לִינָה. Hif. הֵלִין to keep over night. B. Kam.99a עובר משום (לא) בל תָּלִין transgresses the law which says, (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not ; B. Mets. IX, 12 יש בו משום לא תליןוכ׳ the prohibition to keep the wages of the hired man over night applies to it; ib. 111b; a. fr.Esp. to leave a corpse unburied over night. Snh.VI, 5 כל המֵלִין אתוכ׳ whosoever postpones the burial of his dead transgresses a prohibitory law (ref. to Deut. 21:23 in its general application); הֵלִינוֹ לכבודווכ׳ but if one kept him over night for his honors sake (to prepare a more honorable burial) ; a. fr.v. הֲלָנָה. Hithpol. הִתְלוֹנֵן, Nithpol. נִתְלוֹנֵן to seek shelter; to take refuge. Num. R. l. c. (ref. to Ps. l. c.) (read:) שדי תִּתְלוֹנֵן בצל שעשה לךוכ׳ Almighty, be pleased to lodge in the shade which Bezaleel has made for thee. Yalk. Job 906 יש להם מנוס שיִתְלוֹנְנוּ מדינהוכ׳ have a place of refuge where to find shelter from the judgment of Gehenna; (Yalk. Jud. 41 שינצלו).

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  • 699 לוּן

    לוּן, לִיןI (b. h.) to stay over night, to take ( night-) lodging; to be kept over night. Num. R. s. 12, beg. (ref. to Ps. 91:1) שלָו שם לינות הרבה, v. לִינָה. Ib הקב״ה … נתאוה לָלוּן בצלינו the Lord … is desirous to lodge under our shade (Tabernacle). Snh.VI, 4 ואם לן but if his body was allowed to hang over night. Pes.42a מים שלָנוּ water which has been kept in vessels over night (misunderstood for ‘our water, v. בִּית). Ber.18b ולן בבית הקברות and stayed over night in the burial ground; a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 60, distinction between לָלִין, Gen. 24:23 and לָלוּן, ib. 25, v. לִינָה. Hif. הֵלִין to keep over night. B. Kam.99a עובר משום (לא) בל תָּלִין transgresses the law which says, (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not ; B. Mets. IX, 12 יש בו משום לא תליןוכ׳ the prohibition to keep the wages of the hired man over night applies to it; ib. 111b; a. fr.Esp. to leave a corpse unburied over night. Snh.VI, 5 כל המֵלִין אתוכ׳ whosoever postpones the burial of his dead transgresses a prohibitory law (ref. to Deut. 21:23 in its general application); הֵלִינוֹ לכבודווכ׳ but if one kept him over night for his honors sake (to prepare a more honorable burial) ; a. fr.v. הֲלָנָה. Hithpol. הִתְלוֹנֵן, Nithpol. נִתְלוֹנֵן to seek shelter; to take refuge. Num. R. l. c. (ref. to Ps. l. c.) (read:) שדי תִּתְלוֹנֵן בצל שעשה לךוכ׳ Almighty, be pleased to lodge in the shade which Bezaleel has made for thee. Yalk. Job 906 יש להם מנוס שיִתְלוֹנְנוּ מדינהוכ׳ have a place of refuge where to find shelter from the judgment of Gehenna; (Yalk. Jud. 41 שינצלו).

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  • 700 לִין

    לוּן, לִיןI (b. h.) to stay over night, to take ( night-) lodging; to be kept over night. Num. R. s. 12, beg. (ref. to Ps. 91:1) שלָו שם לינות הרבה, v. לִינָה. Ib הקב״ה … נתאוה לָלוּן בצלינו the Lord … is desirous to lodge under our shade (Tabernacle). Snh.VI, 4 ואם לן but if his body was allowed to hang over night. Pes.42a מים שלָנוּ water which has been kept in vessels over night (misunderstood for ‘our water, v. בִּית). Ber.18b ולן בבית הקברות and stayed over night in the burial ground; a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 60, distinction between לָלִין, Gen. 24:23 and לָלוּן, ib. 25, v. לִינָה. Hif. הֵלִין to keep over night. B. Kam.99a עובר משום (לא) בל תָּלִין transgresses the law which says, (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not ; B. Mets. IX, 12 יש בו משום לא תליןוכ׳ the prohibition to keep the wages of the hired man over night applies to it; ib. 111b; a. fr.Esp. to leave a corpse unburied over night. Snh.VI, 5 כל המֵלִין אתוכ׳ whosoever postpones the burial of his dead transgresses a prohibitory law (ref. to Deut. 21:23 in its general application); הֵלִינוֹ לכבודווכ׳ but if one kept him over night for his honors sake (to prepare a more honorable burial) ; a. fr.v. הֲלָנָה. Hithpol. הִתְלוֹנֵן, Nithpol. נִתְלוֹנֵן to seek shelter; to take refuge. Num. R. l. c. (ref. to Ps. l. c.) (read:) שדי תִּתְלוֹנֵן בצל שעשה לךוכ׳ Almighty, be pleased to lodge in the shade which Bezaleel has made for thee. Yalk. Job 906 יש להם מנוס שיִתְלוֹנְנוּ מדינהוכ׳ have a place of refuge where to find shelter from the judgment of Gehenna; (Yalk. Jud. 41 שינצלו).

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  • Lord Chancellor — Lord Chan|cel|lor [ tʃɑ:nsələ] der; s, s u. Lọrd|kanz|ler der; s, s: <aus gleichbed. engl. Lord Chancellor> höchster engl. Staatsbeamter; Präsident des Oberhauses u. des Obersten Gerichtshofes …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Lord Chancellor — ► NOUN ▪ (in the UK) the highest officer of the Crown, presiding in the House of Lords, the Chancery Division, or the Court of Appeal …   English terms dictionary

  • Lord Chancellor — For other uses, see Lord Chancellor (disambiguation). Not to be confused with the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain …   Wikipedia

  • Lord Chancellor — pl. Lord Chancellors. the highest judicial officer of the British crown: law adviser of the ministry, keeper of the great seal, presiding officer in the House of Lords, etc. Also called Lord High Chancellor. [1490 1500] * * * British official who …   Universalium

  • Lord Chancellor — Sir Thomas Morus als Lordkanzler. (Hans Holbein der Jüngere, 1527) Der Hohe Lordkanzler von Großbritannien (The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain) oder Lordkanzler ist einer der höchsten und wichtigsten Würdenträger in der Regierung des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lord Chancellor —    The Lord Chancellor has traditionally held both political and judicial responsibilities, the office being a defiance of the principle of the separation of powers. The Lord Chancellor has been a member of the Cabinet, presides over the House of …   Glossary of UK Government and Politics

  • Lord Chancellor — Lord Chan′cellor n. pl. Lord Chancellors gov the highest judicial officer of the British crown: ministry law adviser, presiding officer in the House of Lords, etc. Also called Lord′ High Chan′cellor …   From formal English to slang

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