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  • 821 מֶרֶד

    מֶרֶדI m. (b. h.; denom. of יָרַד) (running away, running against, cmp. מַעַל, desertion, rebellion. Pes.55b אחר שלשה למִרְדָהּ after three days since her (the birds) deserting the eggs; ib. למוֹרְדָהּ. Midr. Till. to Ps. 90 בשביל המ׳ שמרדתי אניוכ׳ I beg for amnesty for the rebellion which I made. Gen. R. s. 23; s. 26 (ref. to הוחל, החל, Gen. 4:26; 6:1; 10:8) לשין מ׳ it means desertion from the Lord (cmp. חָלַל, חוּלִּין); a. fr.איגרת מ׳ a document stating a wifes, or a husbands, refusal of duties, v. מָרַד I. Keth.64a; Y. ib. V, 30b bot.; Y.Kidd.I, 59a bot.; a. fr.Pl. מְרָדִים rebellious acts, contrad. to sins of passion ( זדונות). Tosef. Yoma II, 1; Yoma 36b; Y. ib. III, 40d bot., v. פֶּשַׁע.

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  • 822 מרתק

    מַרְתֵּקm. = מַרְתּוֹקָא, blow. Gen. R. s. 51 (expl. ‘from tbe Lord, Gen. 19:24) כמ׳ מן גבר as (we say), ‘a blow from a strong man; Yalk. ib. 85.

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  • 823 מַרְתֵּק

    מַרְתֵּקm. = מַרְתּוֹקָא, blow. Gen. R. s. 51 (expl. ‘from tbe Lord, Gen. 19:24) כמ׳ מן גבר as (we say), ‘a blow from a strong man; Yalk. ib. 85.

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  • 824 משל

    מָשָׁלm. (b. h.; v. מָשַׁל I) (something tangible, substantial, plausible; cmp. אֲמַתְלָא, a truth substantiated by an illustration, wise saying; fable, allegery; example; mashal. Cant. R. introd. אל יהי המ׳ הזה קלוכ׳ do not esteem the mashal lightly, for through if man gets at the basis of Ib. וש לו מקרא ויש לו מ׳וכ׳, v. מְלִיצָה. Ex. R. s. 40, beg. צריך אדם להיות נוטל מ׳ man should take an example (of the Lord). Pes.49a bot. מ׳ לענביוכ׳ it is like mixing grapes with מ׳ למה הדבר דומה v. דָּמָה a. preced.B. Bath.15a איוב לא היה … אלא מ׳ היה the story of Job never occurred, but was invented merely as a parable. Snh.92b אמת מ׳ היה (the vision of the valley of the dead) was the truth of a mashal, (emended:) באמת מ׳ היה in the truth (the fact of resurrection) there was a symbol (for the redemption of Israel from captivity; Ez. 37:11).Y.Keth.IV, 28c top; Y.Snh.VIII, 26c top זה … שנאמרו בתורה במ׳ this is one of the three verses in which the Law uses metaphorical expressions (Ex. 21:19; 22:2; Deut. 22:17); Mekh. Mishp. 6; a. fr.Pl. מְשָׁלִים, מְשָׁלוֹת. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) משמתר״מ בטלו מושלי מ׳ with the death of R. M. ceased the composers of fables. Cant. R. l. c. מִשְׁלוֹתָיו שלוכ׳ the wise sayings of Solomon. Ib. דברי מ׳ didactic literature, opp. זמר. Ib. שלש מ׳ three collections of sayings (Prov. 1 to 9; 10 to 24; 25 to 31). Num. R. s. 14, end ועם בלעם … כי אם במ׳ God spoke to Balaam only through allegories (visions).Succ.28a מִשְׁלוֹת שועלין (Ms. M. מִמְשְׁלוֹת, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) fox-fables; מ׳ כובסין washers fables; B. Bath. 134a. Snh.38b (Ms. M. ממשלת); Yalk. Prov. 947.Gitt.35a bot. ספר איוב ומִמְשָׁלוֹת copies of the Books of Job and Proverbs (v. infra).מִשְׁלֵי (sub. שלמה) Mishlé, the Book of Proverbs (commencing with the word mishlé). Cant. R. l. c. B. Bath.14b. Y.Yoma I, end, 39b; a. e.

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  • 825 מָשָׁל

    מָשָׁלm. (b. h.; v. מָשַׁל I) (something tangible, substantial, plausible; cmp. אֲמַתְלָא, a truth substantiated by an illustration, wise saying; fable, allegery; example; mashal. Cant. R. introd. אל יהי המ׳ הזה קלוכ׳ do not esteem the mashal lightly, for through if man gets at the basis of Ib. וש לו מקרא ויש לו מ׳וכ׳, v. מְלִיצָה. Ex. R. s. 40, beg. צריך אדם להיות נוטל מ׳ man should take an example (of the Lord). Pes.49a bot. מ׳ לענביוכ׳ it is like mixing grapes with מ׳ למה הדבר דומה v. דָּמָה a. preced.B. Bath.15a איוב לא היה … אלא מ׳ היה the story of Job never occurred, but was invented merely as a parable. Snh.92b אמת מ׳ היה (the vision of the valley of the dead) was the truth of a mashal, (emended:) באמת מ׳ היה in the truth (the fact of resurrection) there was a symbol (for the redemption of Israel from captivity; Ez. 37:11).Y.Keth.IV, 28c top; Y.Snh.VIII, 26c top זה … שנאמרו בתורה במ׳ this is one of the three verses in which the Law uses metaphorical expressions (Ex. 21:19; 22:2; Deut. 22:17); Mekh. Mishp. 6; a. fr.Pl. מְשָׁלִים, מְשָׁלוֹת. Sot.IX, 15 (49a) משמתר״מ בטלו מושלי מ׳ with the death of R. M. ceased the composers of fables. Cant. R. l. c. מִשְׁלוֹתָיו שלוכ׳ the wise sayings of Solomon. Ib. דברי מ׳ didactic literature, opp. זמר. Ib. שלש מ׳ three collections of sayings (Prov. 1 to 9; 10 to 24; 25 to 31). Num. R. s. 14, end ועם בלעם … כי אם במ׳ God spoke to Balaam only through allegories (visions).Succ.28a מִשְׁלוֹת שועלין (Ms. M. מִמְשְׁלוֹת, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) fox-fables; מ׳ כובסין washers fables; B. Bath. 134a. Snh.38b (Ms. M. ממשלת); Yalk. Prov. 947.Gitt.35a bot. ספר איוב ומִמְשָׁלוֹת copies of the Books of Job and Proverbs (v. infra).מִשְׁלֵי (sub. שלמה) Mishlé, the Book of Proverbs (commencing with the word mishlé). Cant. R. l. c. B. Bath.14b. Y.Yoma I, end, 39b; a. e.

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  • 826 משנה I

    מִשְׁנֶהI m. (b. h.; שָׁנָה I) lieutenant, viceroy. Midr. Till. to Ps. 149 הקב״ה אין לו … ולא מ׳ the Lord has no dux nor eparch nor lieutenant.

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  • 827 מִשְׁנֶה

    מִשְׁנֶהI m. (b. h.; שָׁנָה I) lieutenant, viceroy. Midr. Till. to Ps. 149 הקב״ה אין לו … ולא מ׳ the Lord has no dux nor eparch nor lieutenant.

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  • 828 מתח

    מָתַח(b. h.) to extend, stretch (cmp. משך, משח). Kil. VI, 9 המוֹתֵחַ זמורהוכ׳ if one trains a vine from one tree to another. Sabb.75a המותח חוטוכ׳ he who pulls the thread of a seam (bringing the ends closer together), v. infra. Gen. R. s. 3, a. e. שלא תאמר מיכאל היה מותחוכ׳ lest you say, Michael stretched (the world) in the south, v. מָדַד; Midr. Till. to Ps. 24 מְמַתֵּחַ. Y.Ber.I, 2d top אדם מותח אהלוכ׳ when one stretches a tent-cover, in course of time it becomes loose; Gen. R. s. 12, end; Yalk. Is. 314.Gen. R. s. 10, end, v. Nif.(Yalk. Prov. 961 סופו להיות מותח v. מָתַק.Part. pass. מָתוּחַ; f. מְתוּחָה; pl. מְתוּחִים, מְתוּחִין; מְתוּחוֹת stretched, extended; (of a bow) bent; trnsf. (of judgment) ready to be discharged, aimed. Kel. XXI, 3. Gen. R. s. 35 אותה מדת הדין שהיתה מ׳ כנגד … ומְתָחָהּוכ׳ that very judgment which was aimed against Israel, did the Lord turn and aim against the Egyptians. Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top הדין מ׳ כנגדוכ׳ judgment is ready against the whole family. Pesik. R. s. 38; a. fr. Pi. מִיתֵּחַ same, esp. to straiten straps; to bring objects closer together. M. Kat. I, 8 אף מְמַתְּחִין you may also straigten (bed-straps). Ib. 10a וממתחין שאם … מְמַתְּחוֹ ‘you may stretch, means when it (a strap) is lax, you may straiten it; Y. ib. I, 80d bot. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath.IV, 10 מחוסרין … למַתֵּחַ need … stretching. Midr. Till. l. c., v. supra.Y.Sabb.XIII, beg.14a המְמַתֵּחַ צדדין (ed. Krot. הממחה צדדיו, corr. acc.) he who brings the ends of two pieces close together (by pulling the thread up and knotting it), v. supra; Y.Kil.IX, end, 32d המְמַתֵּיחַ צדדין (or המַמְתִּיחַ Hif.; not צדדיו); a. e. Nif. נִמְתַּח to be stretched, spread, drawn. Snh.38b נִמְתְּחוּ אבריו his limbs were stretched (shaped); (Ab. d R. N. ch. I נתקשרו); Yalk. Gen. 15. Ib. 16 היו נִמְתָּחִין והולכין (ib. also מוֹתְחִין; Gen. R. s. 10, end מותחין) they (the works of creation) continued to extend (develop). Y.Ber.I, 2c bot. יִמָּתֵחַ הרקיע (or יִמְתַּח) let the firmament be stretched out. R. Hash. 22b יִמָּתֵחַ על העמוד shall be stretched on the pillory. Y.Hor.II, 46d נִמְתְּחָה הקשת the bow was bent (euphem. for erection). Yalk. Ps. 796 נמתחה החרב the sword (of judgment) was drawn; (Tanḥ. Bmidb. 7 נמשכה; ib. ed. Bub. 7 נשמטה). Hithpa. הִתְמַתֵּחַ same. Tanḥ. Ḥayé 3 והיו הולכין ומִתְמַתְּחִיןוכ׳ they would have gone on spreading

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  • 829 מָתַח

    מָתַח(b. h.) to extend, stretch (cmp. משך, משח). Kil. VI, 9 המוֹתֵחַ זמורהוכ׳ if one trains a vine from one tree to another. Sabb.75a המותח חוטוכ׳ he who pulls the thread of a seam (bringing the ends closer together), v. infra. Gen. R. s. 3, a. e. שלא תאמר מיכאל היה מותחוכ׳ lest you say, Michael stretched (the world) in the south, v. מָדַד; Midr. Till. to Ps. 24 מְמַתֵּחַ. Y.Ber.I, 2d top אדם מותח אהלוכ׳ when one stretches a tent-cover, in course of time it becomes loose; Gen. R. s. 12, end; Yalk. Is. 314.Gen. R. s. 10, end, v. Nif.(Yalk. Prov. 961 סופו להיות מותח v. מָתַק.Part. pass. מָתוּחַ; f. מְתוּחָה; pl. מְתוּחִים, מְתוּחִין; מְתוּחוֹת stretched, extended; (of a bow) bent; trnsf. (of judgment) ready to be discharged, aimed. Kel. XXI, 3. Gen. R. s. 35 אותה מדת הדין שהיתה מ׳ כנגד … ומְתָחָהּוכ׳ that very judgment which was aimed against Israel, did the Lord turn and aim against the Egyptians. Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top הדין מ׳ כנגדוכ׳ judgment is ready against the whole family. Pesik. R. s. 38; a. fr. Pi. מִיתֵּחַ same, esp. to straiten straps; to bring objects closer together. M. Kat. I, 8 אף מְמַתְּחִין you may also straigten (bed-straps). Ib. 10a וממתחין שאם … מְמַתְּחוֹ ‘you may stretch, means when it (a strap) is lax, you may straiten it; Y. ib. I, 80d bot. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath.IV, 10 מחוסרין … למַתֵּחַ need … stretching. Midr. Till. l. c., v. supra.Y.Sabb.XIII, beg.14a המְמַתֵּחַ צדדין (ed. Krot. הממחה צדדיו, corr. acc.) he who brings the ends of two pieces close together (by pulling the thread up and knotting it), v. supra; Y.Kil.IX, end, 32d המְמַתֵּיחַ צדדין (or המַמְתִּיחַ Hif.; not צדדיו); a. e. Nif. נִמְתַּח to be stretched, spread, drawn. Snh.38b נִמְתְּחוּ אבריו his limbs were stretched (shaped); (Ab. d R. N. ch. I נתקשרו); Yalk. Gen. 15. Ib. 16 היו נִמְתָּחִין והולכין (ib. also מוֹתְחִין; Gen. R. s. 10, end מותחין) they (the works of creation) continued to extend (develop). Y.Ber.I, 2c bot. יִמָּתֵחַ הרקיע (or יִמְתַּח) let the firmament be stretched out. R. Hash. 22b יִמָּתֵחַ על העמוד shall be stretched on the pillory. Y.Hor.II, 46d נִמְתְּחָה הקשת the bow was bent (euphem. for erection). Yalk. Ps. 796 נמתחה החרב the sword (of judgment) was drawn; (Tanḥ. Bmidb. 7 נמשכה; ib. ed. Bub. 7 נשמטה). Hithpa. הִתְמַתֵּחַ same. Tanḥ. Ḥayé 3 והיו הולכין ומִתְמַתְּחִיןוכ׳ they would have gone on spreading

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  • 830 נאה

    נָאֶהm., נָאָה f. (b. h.; = נאוה, v. אוּת) suited, becoming; handsome. Tanḥ. Bshall. 11 נ׳ שירהוכ׳ it is meet to sing unto the Lord. Sabb.133b; Naz.2b סוכה נ׳ a handsome Succah; a. fr.Ib. I, 1, v. נָוֶה.Pl. נָאִים, נָאִין; נָאוֹת. Sifra Aḥăré, end (ref. to Lev. 18:26 ושמרתם אתם) אתם נ׳ שומריםוכ׳ you are the proper persons to guard them (the laws of chastity), because you opened (were the first to observe) them. Tanḥ. Masʿé 4 הם נ׳ ולבושיהם נ׳ הם נ׳ לארץוכ׳ they are handsome, and their garments are becoming, they are suited to the land, and the land to them. Ned.IX, 10 בנית ישראל נ׳ הן אלאוכ׳ the daughters of Israel are good-looking, but misery disfigures them. Sabb. l. c. Sifré Deut. 320 (ref. to Deut. 32:19) ממה שהם נ׳ לווכ׳ because they are pleasing to him (he calling them sons and daughters), they are bold before him. Tosef.Sot.II, 3 יולדת נ׳ she will bear handsome children; Y. ib. III, 18d bot. נָעִים; a. fr.נָאוֹת f. pl. (noun) beauties. Lam. R. to II, 2 (ref. to נאות, ib.) כל נְאוֹתָיו של יצקב all the beauties (excellent men) of Jacob. Yalk. Ex. 244 (ref. to ואנוהו, Ex. 15:2) אגיד נאותיו ושבחו שלוכ׳ I will tell the excellencies and praises of ; ib. אדבר בנאוֹתיו ושבחיו; Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.3 בנבואתו שבחו (corr. acc.); Yalk. Cant. 988 בנויתיו ובשבחו, read: בנוֹיוֹתָיו, v. נוֹי. Treat. Sofrim III, 13 היבות בנאות שלו speak much of his excellencies. Lam. R. introd. end, v. קִינָה; a. fr.נָאֶה (adv.) becomingly, well. Tosef.Yeb.VIII, 4, a. e. נ׳ דירש preaches well, ונ׳ מקיים and acts in conformity (with his words).

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  • 831 נָאֶה

    נָאֶהm., נָאָה f. (b. h.; = נאוה, v. אוּת) suited, becoming; handsome. Tanḥ. Bshall. 11 נ׳ שירהוכ׳ it is meet to sing unto the Lord. Sabb.133b; Naz.2b סוכה נ׳ a handsome Succah; a. fr.Ib. I, 1, v. נָוֶה.Pl. נָאִים, נָאִין; נָאוֹת. Sifra Aḥăré, end (ref. to Lev. 18:26 ושמרתם אתם) אתם נ׳ שומריםוכ׳ you are the proper persons to guard them (the laws of chastity), because you opened (were the first to observe) them. Tanḥ. Masʿé 4 הם נ׳ ולבושיהם נ׳ הם נ׳ לארץוכ׳ they are handsome, and their garments are becoming, they are suited to the land, and the land to them. Ned.IX, 10 בנית ישראל נ׳ הן אלאוכ׳ the daughters of Israel are good-looking, but misery disfigures them. Sabb. l. c. Sifré Deut. 320 (ref. to Deut. 32:19) ממה שהם נ׳ לווכ׳ because they are pleasing to him (he calling them sons and daughters), they are bold before him. Tosef.Sot.II, 3 יולדת נ׳ she will bear handsome children; Y. ib. III, 18d bot. נָעִים; a. fr.נָאוֹת f. pl. (noun) beauties. Lam. R. to II, 2 (ref. to נאות, ib.) כל נְאוֹתָיו של יצקב all the beauties (excellent men) of Jacob. Yalk. Ex. 244 (ref. to ואנוהו, Ex. 15:2) אגיד נאותיו ושבחו שלוכ׳ I will tell the excellencies and praises of ; ib. אדבר בנאוֹתיו ושבחיו; Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.3 בנבואתו שבחו (corr. acc.); Yalk. Cant. 988 בנויתיו ובשבחו, read: בנוֹיוֹתָיו, v. נוֹי. Treat. Sofrim III, 13 היבות בנאות שלו speak much of his excellencies. Lam. R. introd. end, v. קִינָה; a. fr.נָאֶה (adv.) becomingly, well. Tosef.Yeb.VIII, 4, a. e. נ׳ דירש preaches well, ונ׳ מקיים and acts in conformity (with his words).

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  • 832 נאי

    נאי, נָאָה(b. h.; cmp. אוּת) to be becoming, handsome. Pi. נֵיאָה to beautify, decorate. Succ.10a לנָאוֹתָהּ to decorate it (the Succah); a. e. Nif. נִיאָה, Hithpa. הִתְנָאֶה 1) to adorn ones self. Naz.2b (ref. to ואנוהו, Ex. 15:2) אֶנָּאֶה לפניווכ׳ I will adorn myself before him with good deeds; Sabb.133b הִתְנָאֶהוכ׳ adorn thyself before him R. Hash. 26a חוטא בל יִתְנָאֶה a sinner must not adorn himself (when appearing before the Lord to ask forgiveness). Gen. R. s. 16 (play on נִינְוֵה) שהם מִתְנָאוֹת מישראל (not מתגאות) they (the goverments) adorn themselves with what they take from Israel; a. e.V. נָוָה I. 2) (cmp. הָנָה Nif., a. אוּת) to be pleased, to enjoy, make use. R. Hash. 11a beautiful trees להִתְנָאוֹת בהן בני אדם (Ms. M. לֵיהָנוֹת מהן) for men to enjoy their beauty. Snh.21b שלא יתנאה בשלוכ׳ that he make no use of a copy that his fathers have written; (Tosef. ib. IV, 7 שלא יהא ניאות).

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  • 833 נאה

    נאי, נָאָה(b. h.; cmp. אוּת) to be becoming, handsome. Pi. נֵיאָה to beautify, decorate. Succ.10a לנָאוֹתָהּ to decorate it (the Succah); a. e. Nif. נִיאָה, Hithpa. הִתְנָאֶה 1) to adorn ones self. Naz.2b (ref. to ואנוהו, Ex. 15:2) אֶנָּאֶה לפניווכ׳ I will adorn myself before him with good deeds; Sabb.133b הִתְנָאֶהוכ׳ adorn thyself before him R. Hash. 26a חוטא בל יִתְנָאֶה a sinner must not adorn himself (when appearing before the Lord to ask forgiveness). Gen. R. s. 16 (play on נִינְוֵה) שהם מִתְנָאוֹת מישראל (not מתגאות) they (the goverments) adorn themselves with what they take from Israel; a. e.V. נָוָה I. 2) (cmp. הָנָה Nif., a. אוּת) to be pleased, to enjoy, make use. R. Hash. 11a beautiful trees להִתְנָאוֹת בהן בני אדם (Ms. M. לֵיהָנוֹת מהן) for men to enjoy their beauty. Snh.21b שלא יתנאה בשלוכ׳ that he make no use of a copy that his fathers have written; (Tosef. ib. IV, 7 שלא יהא ניאות).

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  • 834 נָאָה

    נאי, נָאָה(b. h.; cmp. אוּת) to be becoming, handsome. Pi. נֵיאָה to beautify, decorate. Succ.10a לנָאוֹתָהּ to decorate it (the Succah); a. e. Nif. נִיאָה, Hithpa. הִתְנָאֶה 1) to adorn ones self. Naz.2b (ref. to ואנוהו, Ex. 15:2) אֶנָּאֶה לפניווכ׳ I will adorn myself before him with good deeds; Sabb.133b הִתְנָאֶהוכ׳ adorn thyself before him R. Hash. 26a חוטא בל יִתְנָאֶה a sinner must not adorn himself (when appearing before the Lord to ask forgiveness). Gen. R. s. 16 (play on נִינְוֵה) שהם מִתְנָאוֹת מישראל (not מתגאות) they (the goverments) adorn themselves with what they take from Israel; a. e.V. נָוָה I. 2) (cmp. הָנָה Nif., a. אוּת) to be pleased, to enjoy, make use. R. Hash. 11a beautiful trees להִתְנָאוֹת בהן בני אדם (Ms. M. לֵיהָנוֹת מהן) for men to enjoy their beauty. Snh.21b שלא יתנאה בשלוכ׳ that he make no use of a copy that his fathers have written; (Tosef. ib. IV, 7 שלא יהא ניאות).

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  • 835 נאץ

    נָאַץ(b. h.; cmp. אוּץ) (to press, stamp in anger, v. Deut. 32:19, to be indignant; to be bold; (act. verb) to reject, insult, blaspheme. Pi. נִיאֵץ 1) same. Keth.8b (ref. to Deut. l. c.) (read:) דור שאבות מְנָאֲצִים לוהקב״הוכ׳ a generation in which the parents insult him, the Lord will ; Yalk. Deut. 945 מְנָאֲצִין בווכ׳ …Sifré Deut. 320 מנאצים לפניו, v. נָאֶה. Num. R. s. 7 כל מי שני׳ לאלהים נעשה זר whoever insults God becomes an outcast (leper). Ib. הם נִאֲצוּ אותי they insulted me. Ib. מי שמְנָאֵץ בדברי תורה who makes bold with the words of the Law (blasphemes); a. fr. 2) to threaten. Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.7 חמשה … מנאץוכ׳ five things did Pharaoh threaten to do; Yalk. Ex. 249. Mekh. l. c.; Yalk. Ex. 250 היה עומד ומנ׳ אחרוכ׳ stood threatening at the palace ; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְנָאֵץ to be insulted. Midr. Till. to Ps. 74, end עשה בשביל … שמתחרף ומִתְנָאֵץ בעולם do it for the sake of thy great and holy Name which is blasphemed and insulted in the world; a. e.

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  • 836 נָאַץ

    נָאַץ(b. h.; cmp. אוּץ) (to press, stamp in anger, v. Deut. 32:19, to be indignant; to be bold; (act. verb) to reject, insult, blaspheme. Pi. נִיאֵץ 1) same. Keth.8b (ref. to Deut. l. c.) (read:) דור שאבות מְנָאֲצִים לוהקב״הוכ׳ a generation in which the parents insult him, the Lord will ; Yalk. Deut. 945 מְנָאֲצִין בווכ׳ …Sifré Deut. 320 מנאצים לפניו, v. נָאֶה. Num. R. s. 7 כל מי שני׳ לאלהים נעשה זר whoever insults God becomes an outcast (leper). Ib. הם נִאֲצוּ אותי they insulted me. Ib. מי שמְנָאֵץ בדברי תורה who makes bold with the words of the Law (blasphemes); a. fr. 2) to threaten. Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.7 חמשה … מנאץוכ׳ five things did Pharaoh threaten to do; Yalk. Ex. 249. Mekh. l. c.; Yalk. Ex. 250 היה עומד ומנ׳ אחרוכ׳ stood threatening at the palace ; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְנָאֵץ to be insulted. Midr. Till. to Ps. 74, end עשה בשביל … שמתחרף ומִתְנָאֵץ בעולם do it for the sake of thy great and holy Name which is blasphemed and insulted in the world; a. e.

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  • 837 נבט

    נָבַט(b. h.; cmp. בטט, v. Friedr. Del. Proleg. p. 98) to burst forth, to shine. Hif. הִבִּיט 1) to illumine. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 (in an enigma about nafta) נשפך כמים ומַבִּיט לבית it is poured out like water and illumines the house. 2) (cmp. הֵצִיץ fr. צִיץ) to look. Yalk. Gen. 76 (ref. to Gen. 15:5) אין הַבֵּטוכ׳ (Gen. R. s. 44 הַבָּטָה q. v.). Pesik. R. s. 21 (read:) האיקונין הזו … מַבִּיטִים בה … בי היא מַבֶּטֶת a thousand people look at a portrait, every one says, it is looking at me. Ib. ולהַבִּיט בכל אחד ואחדוכ׳ and for the Lord to look at every one of the Israelites and say Ib. מה לך מביט באלו why dost thou look up to those men?; a. fr. Pi. נִיבֵּט same, to have a vision. Snh.101b (play on נבט) שני׳ ולא ראה he (Nebat) had a vision but did not see (interpret it properly); ib. שלשה נִבְּטוּוכ׳; Yalk. Kings 196.

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  • 838 נָבַט

    נָבַט(b. h.; cmp. בטט, v. Friedr. Del. Proleg. p. 98) to burst forth, to shine. Hif. הִבִּיט 1) to illumine. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 (in an enigma about nafta) נשפך כמים ומַבִּיט לבית it is poured out like water and illumines the house. 2) (cmp. הֵצִיץ fr. צִיץ) to look. Yalk. Gen. 76 (ref. to Gen. 15:5) אין הַבֵּטוכ׳ (Gen. R. s. 44 הַבָּטָה q. v.). Pesik. R. s. 21 (read:) האיקונין הזו … מַבִּיטִים בה … בי היא מַבֶּטֶת a thousand people look at a portrait, every one says, it is looking at me. Ib. ולהַבִּיט בכל אחד ואחדוכ׳ and for the Lord to look at every one of the Israelites and say Ib. מה לך מביט באלו why dost thou look up to those men?; a. fr. Pi. נִיבֵּט same, to have a vision. Snh.101b (play on נבט) שני׳ ולא ראה he (Nebat) had a vision but did not see (interpret it properly); ib. שלשה נִבְּטוּוכ׳; Yalk. Kings 196.

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  • 839 נגף

    נָגַף(b. h.) to strike, push; to injure. Tosef.B. Kam.I, 9 נגח נ׳וכ׳ if he gored, pushed, bit Num. R. s. 5 ונ׳הקב״ה עושיוכ׳ and the Lord struck those who made the golden calf; a. fr.Part. pass. נָגוּף; pl. נְגוּפִים. Midr. Till. to Ps. 118:23 כשיראו … אינן אלו הנ׳וכ׳ when the nations shall see Israel in prosperity, they shall say, these are not the stricken, these are not the rejected Nif. נִיגַּף to be stricken. Yoma 19b. Hithpa. הִתְנַגֵּף to strike against. Lam. R. introd. (R. Joḥ. 2) לכשוִתְנַגְּפוּ רגליכםוכ׳ when your feet shall strike against the mountains (fr. Jer. 13:16).

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  • 840 נָגַף

    נָגַף(b. h.) to strike, push; to injure. Tosef.B. Kam.I, 9 נגח נ׳וכ׳ if he gored, pushed, bit Num. R. s. 5 ונ׳הקב״ה עושיוכ׳ and the Lord struck those who made the golden calf; a. fr.Part. pass. נָגוּף; pl. נְגוּפִים. Midr. Till. to Ps. 118:23 כשיראו … אינן אלו הנ׳וכ׳ when the nations shall see Israel in prosperity, they shall say, these are not the stricken, these are not the rejected Nif. נִיגַּף to be stricken. Yoma 19b. Hithpa. הִתְנַגֵּף to strike against. Lam. R. introd. (R. Joḥ. 2) לכשוִתְנַגְּפוּ רגליכםוכ׳ when your feet shall strike against the mountains (fr. Jer. 13:16).

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