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  • 841 נדב

    נָדַב(b. h.) 1) to make willing, to prompt. Tanḥ. Trum. 3 (ref. to Ex. 25:2) יצא … שאין לבו נוֹדְבוֹ this excludes the insane whom his heart (reason) cannot prompt; (Tanḥ. ed. Bub. ib. 2 שאינו מתנדב בלבו). 2) (denom. of נְדָבָה) to offer willingly, donate, consecrate, contrad. to נָדַר (v. נְדָבָה). Ned.9b (ref. to Mish. I, 1) תני נ׳ בנזירוכ׳ read nadab (in place of nadar), he made a noble vow Ib. 10a תני נוֹדֵבוכ׳ read nodeb (in place of נודר), he dedicates the sacrifice and fulfills (offers it). Nif. נִידָּב, נִידָּב to be donated, dedicated. Meg.I, 10 כל שהוא נידר ונ׳ whatever sacrifice is dependent on vow or dedication; Zeb.117a כל הנדר ונ׳ Ms. M.; Sifré Deut. 65; Tem.14b. Ib. נזיר לאו נדר ונ׳ הוא the sacrifices of the Nazarite are not to be classified among the vowed or free-will offerings; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְנַדֵּב to be prompted; to vow a free-will offering; to donate. Tosef.Ned.I, 1 אין הרשעים מִתְנַדְּבִים wicked men do not vow offerings. Ib. מתנדבים נזירות used to vow to be Nazarites. Men.XII, 3 לאה׳ כדרך המתנדבים he did not make his vow in the ordinary way of vowing people. Ib. 4 מִתְנַדֵּב אדםוכ׳ a man may vow a meal offering of sixty Tanḥ. ed. Bub. l. c. מתנדב בלבו is prompted by his heart, v. supra. Arakh.6b עכו״ם שה׳ מנורהוכ׳ if a gentile donated a lamp to a synagogue. Sifra Tsav, Milluim. Par. 1 בשעה שצוה … להִתְנַדֵּבוכ׳ when the Lord of the world ordered free-will donations for the sanctuary; שלא יִתְנַדֵּב אדם גזלוכ׳ that no man must donate what is forced out of him, i. e. no pressure may be used for contributions for a sacred purpose; Yalk. Lev. 515. Snh.43a נשים … מִתְנַדְּבוֹתוכ׳ worthy women … volunteered their services and brought them (benumbing drinks for the culprits); a. fr.

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  • 842 נָדַב

    נָדַב(b. h.) 1) to make willing, to prompt. Tanḥ. Trum. 3 (ref. to Ex. 25:2) יצא … שאין לבו נוֹדְבוֹ this excludes the insane whom his heart (reason) cannot prompt; (Tanḥ. ed. Bub. ib. 2 שאינו מתנדב בלבו). 2) (denom. of נְדָבָה) to offer willingly, donate, consecrate, contrad. to נָדַר (v. נְדָבָה). Ned.9b (ref. to Mish. I, 1) תני נ׳ בנזירוכ׳ read nadab (in place of nadar), he made a noble vow Ib. 10a תני נוֹדֵבוכ׳ read nodeb (in place of נודר), he dedicates the sacrifice and fulfills (offers it). Nif. נִידָּב, נִידָּב to be donated, dedicated. Meg.I, 10 כל שהוא נידר ונ׳ whatever sacrifice is dependent on vow or dedication; Zeb.117a כל הנדר ונ׳ Ms. M.; Sifré Deut. 65; Tem.14b. Ib. נזיר לאו נדר ונ׳ הוא the sacrifices of the Nazarite are not to be classified among the vowed or free-will offerings; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְנַדֵּב to be prompted; to vow a free-will offering; to donate. Tosef.Ned.I, 1 אין הרשעים מִתְנַדְּבִים wicked men do not vow offerings. Ib. מתנדבים נזירות used to vow to be Nazarites. Men.XII, 3 לאה׳ כדרך המתנדבים he did not make his vow in the ordinary way of vowing people. Ib. 4 מִתְנַדֵּב אדםוכ׳ a man may vow a meal offering of sixty Tanḥ. ed. Bub. l. c. מתנדב בלבו is prompted by his heart, v. supra. Arakh.6b עכו״ם שה׳ מנורהוכ׳ if a gentile donated a lamp to a synagogue. Sifra Tsav, Milluim. Par. 1 בשעה שצוה … להִתְנַדֵּבוכ׳ when the Lord of the world ordered free-will donations for the sanctuary; שלא יִתְנַדֵּב אדם גזלוכ׳ that no man must donate what is forced out of him, i. e. no pressure may be used for contributions for a sacred purpose; Yalk. Lev. 515. Snh.43a נשים … מִתְנַדְּבוֹתוכ׳ worthy women … volunteered their services and brought them (benumbing drinks for the culprits); a. fr.

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  • 843 נדי

    נדי, נָדָה(b. h.; cmp. preced.) to be restless, flee. Pi. נִדָּה to banish, excommunicate. Ber.19a את מי נִדּוּ whom did they (the scholars) excommunicate? Ib. ב״ד מְנַדִּין על כבוד הרב the court proclaims the ban to protect a teachers authority. Pes.52a מנדין על שניוכ׳ we excommunicate for disregarding the second Holy Day observed in the diaspora; a. v. fr.(Yalk. Is. 287 נדית עלי, v. נִדְּנֵד.Part. pass. מְנוּדֶּה; pl. מְנוּדִּין. M. Kat. 15a מנ׳ לשמים one excommunicated by the Lord, i. e. a mourner. Ib. מנ׳ מהו בד״ת dare an excommunicated person study the Law? Ib. מנ׳ מהו בקריעה must an excommunicated person rend his garments? Ned.I, 1 מנ׳ אני לך I vow to be excommunicated towards thee, i. e. I vow not to receive any favors at thy hands. M. Kat. 17a מנ׳ לרב מנ׳ לתלמיד one excommunicated by a teacher must be treated as such by his disciple (the latter cannot raise the ban). Ib. מנ׳ לעירו one excommunicated by the authorities of his own city. Ib. 15b כל אותן שנים … מנ׳ היו during all the years the Israelites were in the wilderness, they were excommunicated (by the Lord); a. v. fr. Hithpa. הִתְנַדֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְנַדֶּה to be excommunicated. Eduy. V, 6 ח״ו שעקביא נ׳ God forbid (to say) that ‘A. was excommunicated. Ib. כל המִתְנַדֶּה ומתוכ׳ he who dies while under excommunication has a stone placed on his coffin; a. fr.

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  • 844 נדה

    נדי, נָדָה(b. h.; cmp. preced.) to be restless, flee. Pi. נִדָּה to banish, excommunicate. Ber.19a את מי נִדּוּ whom did they (the scholars) excommunicate? Ib. ב״ד מְנַדִּין על כבוד הרב the court proclaims the ban to protect a teachers authority. Pes.52a מנדין על שניוכ׳ we excommunicate for disregarding the second Holy Day observed in the diaspora; a. v. fr.(Yalk. Is. 287 נדית עלי, v. נִדְּנֵד.Part. pass. מְנוּדֶּה; pl. מְנוּדִּין. M. Kat. 15a מנ׳ לשמים one excommunicated by the Lord, i. e. a mourner. Ib. מנ׳ מהו בד״ת dare an excommunicated person study the Law? Ib. מנ׳ מהו בקריעה must an excommunicated person rend his garments? Ned.I, 1 מנ׳ אני לך I vow to be excommunicated towards thee, i. e. I vow not to receive any favors at thy hands. M. Kat. 17a מנ׳ לרב מנ׳ לתלמיד one excommunicated by a teacher must be treated as such by his disciple (the latter cannot raise the ban). Ib. מנ׳ לעירו one excommunicated by the authorities of his own city. Ib. 15b כל אותן שנים … מנ׳ היו during all the years the Israelites were in the wilderness, they were excommunicated (by the Lord); a. v. fr. Hithpa. הִתְנַדֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְנַדֶּה to be excommunicated. Eduy. V, 6 ח״ו שעקביא נ׳ God forbid (to say) that ‘A. was excommunicated. Ib. כל המִתְנַדֶּה ומתוכ׳ he who dies while under excommunication has a stone placed on his coffin; a. fr.

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  • 845 נָדָה

    נדי, נָדָה(b. h.; cmp. preced.) to be restless, flee. Pi. נִדָּה to banish, excommunicate. Ber.19a את מי נִדּוּ whom did they (the scholars) excommunicate? Ib. ב״ד מְנַדִּין על כבוד הרב the court proclaims the ban to protect a teachers authority. Pes.52a מנדין על שניוכ׳ we excommunicate for disregarding the second Holy Day observed in the diaspora; a. v. fr.(Yalk. Is. 287 נדית עלי, v. נִדְּנֵד.Part. pass. מְנוּדֶּה; pl. מְנוּדִּין. M. Kat. 15a מנ׳ לשמים one excommunicated by the Lord, i. e. a mourner. Ib. מנ׳ מהו בד״ת dare an excommunicated person study the Law? Ib. מנ׳ מהו בקריעה must an excommunicated person rend his garments? Ned.I, 1 מנ׳ אני לך I vow to be excommunicated towards thee, i. e. I vow not to receive any favors at thy hands. M. Kat. 17a מנ׳ לרב מנ׳ לתלמיד one excommunicated by a teacher must be treated as such by his disciple (the latter cannot raise the ban). Ib. מנ׳ לעירו one excommunicated by the authorities of his own city. Ib. 15b כל אותן שנים … מנ׳ היו during all the years the Israelites were in the wilderness, they were excommunicated (by the Lord); a. v. fr. Hithpa. הִתְנַדֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְנַדֶּה to be excommunicated. Eduy. V, 6 ח״ו שעקביא נ׳ God forbid (to say) that ‘A. was excommunicated. Ib. כל המִתְנַדֶּה ומתוכ׳ he who dies while under excommunication has a stone placed on his coffin; a. fr.

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  • 846 נהור

    נְהוֹר, נְהוֹרָאc. (נְהַר) light; eye-sight. Targ. Job. 18:6. Targ. Prov. 4:18. Ib. ed. Lag. נוֹהֲרֵיה (oth. ed. נַהֲרֵי). Targ. Ps. 18:29 (ed. Lag. ניהור). Targ. Prov. 6:23 נוֹהֲ׳; a. fr.Pes.2a (expl. Gen. 1:5) קרייה רחמנא לנ׳וכ׳ the Lord called the light and appointed it over the service of the day. Ib. 7b נ׳ דאבוקה torch-light; נ׳ דשרגא candle-light; דנפיש נ׳ טובא whose light is very strong; דזוטר נ׳ טפי whose light is very small (of limited range). Ib. 8a; Hor.12a משיך נְהוֹרֵיה, v. מְשַׁךְ I. Lam. R. to I, 1 רבתי (חד כות׳ 1) זיתא נ׳וכ׳ the olive tree (in thy dream) means light Ber.52b חדא נ׳ איכא בנורא fire contains only one sort of light. B. Kam.83b דילמא נ׳ שקיל מיניהוכ׳ perhaps the law says (Ex. 21:24), he deprived him of his eye-sight, let him be deprived of his eye-sight?Kidd.24b נ׳ בריא good (normal) eye-sight, נ׳ כחישא defective sight; a. fr.Y.Orl.II, 62c top נהור אתית, v. נְהַר I).סגי נ׳ rick of light, euphem. for blind. Ber.58a. Lev. R. s. 34. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b, v. infra; a. e.Pl. נְהוֹרִין, נְהוֹרַיָּא, נְהוֹרֵי. Targ. Gen. 1:14; 16; a. fr.Ber. l. c. טובא נ׳ איכא בנורא there is a combination of lights in fire, v. מָאוֹר. Pesik. R. s. 21 הא ברייתי לך תרין נְהוֹרִיםוכ׳ I created two lights for thee, thy father and thy mother; a. fr. סגי(א) נהוריא, v. supra. Y.Peah V, end, 19a (ref. to Prov. 23:10, quot. in Mish. ib. V, 6 עוֹלִים, Ms. M. a. Y. ed. עולם) אלו שירדו מנכסיהן … סַגַּיָּא נ׳ by ‘those going up are meant those who went down from their estates (reduced to poverty), as the blind are euphemistically called rich of light. Y.Keth.I, 25a bot. (read:) כאינשי דצווחין לסמייה סגיא נ׳. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b חד דס׳ נ׳ one of the blind men (whom the charitable honored by inviting them to their tables).

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  • 847 נהורא

    נְהוֹר, נְהוֹרָאc. (נְהַר) light; eye-sight. Targ. Job. 18:6. Targ. Prov. 4:18. Ib. ed. Lag. נוֹהֲרֵיה (oth. ed. נַהֲרֵי). Targ. Ps. 18:29 (ed. Lag. ניהור). Targ. Prov. 6:23 נוֹהֲ׳; a. fr.Pes.2a (expl. Gen. 1:5) קרייה רחמנא לנ׳וכ׳ the Lord called the light and appointed it over the service of the day. Ib. 7b נ׳ דאבוקה torch-light; נ׳ דשרגא candle-light; דנפיש נ׳ טובא whose light is very strong; דזוטר נ׳ טפי whose light is very small (of limited range). Ib. 8a; Hor.12a משיך נְהוֹרֵיה, v. מְשַׁךְ I. Lam. R. to I, 1 רבתי (חד כות׳ 1) זיתא נ׳וכ׳ the olive tree (in thy dream) means light Ber.52b חדא נ׳ איכא בנורא fire contains only one sort of light. B. Kam.83b דילמא נ׳ שקיל מיניהוכ׳ perhaps the law says (Ex. 21:24), he deprived him of his eye-sight, let him be deprived of his eye-sight?Kidd.24b נ׳ בריא good (normal) eye-sight, נ׳ כחישא defective sight; a. fr.Y.Orl.II, 62c top נהור אתית, v. נְהַר I).סגי נ׳ rick of light, euphem. for blind. Ber.58a. Lev. R. s. 34. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b, v. infra; a. e.Pl. נְהוֹרִין, נְהוֹרַיָּא, נְהוֹרֵי. Targ. Gen. 1:14; 16; a. fr.Ber. l. c. טובא נ׳ איכא בנורא there is a combination of lights in fire, v. מָאוֹר. Pesik. R. s. 21 הא ברייתי לך תרין נְהוֹרִיםוכ׳ I created two lights for thee, thy father and thy mother; a. fr. סגי(א) נהוריא, v. supra. Y.Peah V, end, 19a (ref. to Prov. 23:10, quot. in Mish. ib. V, 6 עוֹלִים, Ms. M. a. Y. ed. עולם) אלו שירדו מנכסיהן … סַגַּיָּא נ׳ by ‘those going up are meant those who went down from their estates (reduced to poverty), as the blind are euphemistically called rich of light. Y.Keth.I, 25a bot. (read:) כאינשי דצווחין לסמייה סגיא נ׳. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b חד דס׳ נ׳ one of the blind men (whom the charitable honored by inviting them to their tables).

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  • 848 נְהוֹר

    נְהוֹר, נְהוֹרָאc. (נְהַר) light; eye-sight. Targ. Job. 18:6. Targ. Prov. 4:18. Ib. ed. Lag. נוֹהֲרֵיה (oth. ed. נַהֲרֵי). Targ. Ps. 18:29 (ed. Lag. ניהור). Targ. Prov. 6:23 נוֹהֲ׳; a. fr.Pes.2a (expl. Gen. 1:5) קרייה רחמנא לנ׳וכ׳ the Lord called the light and appointed it over the service of the day. Ib. 7b נ׳ דאבוקה torch-light; נ׳ דשרגא candle-light; דנפיש נ׳ טובא whose light is very strong; דזוטר נ׳ טפי whose light is very small (of limited range). Ib. 8a; Hor.12a משיך נְהוֹרֵיה, v. מְשַׁךְ I. Lam. R. to I, 1 רבתי (חד כות׳ 1) זיתא נ׳וכ׳ the olive tree (in thy dream) means light Ber.52b חדא נ׳ איכא בנורא fire contains only one sort of light. B. Kam.83b דילמא נ׳ שקיל מיניהוכ׳ perhaps the law says (Ex. 21:24), he deprived him of his eye-sight, let him be deprived of his eye-sight?Kidd.24b נ׳ בריא good (normal) eye-sight, נ׳ כחישא defective sight; a. fr.Y.Orl.II, 62c top נהור אתית, v. נְהַר I).סגי נ׳ rick of light, euphem. for blind. Ber.58a. Lev. R. s. 34. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b, v. infra; a. e.Pl. נְהוֹרִין, נְהוֹרַיָּא, נְהוֹרֵי. Targ. Gen. 1:14; 16; a. fr.Ber. l. c. טובא נ׳ איכא בנורא there is a combination of lights in fire, v. מָאוֹר. Pesik. R. s. 21 הא ברייתי לך תרין נְהוֹרִיםוכ׳ I created two lights for thee, thy father and thy mother; a. fr. סגי(א) נהוריא, v. supra. Y.Peah V, end, 19a (ref. to Prov. 23:10, quot. in Mish. ib. V, 6 עוֹלִים, Ms. M. a. Y. ed. עולם) אלו שירדו מנכסיהן … סַגַּיָּא נ׳ by ‘those going up are meant those who went down from their estates (reduced to poverty), as the blind are euphemistically called rich of light. Y.Keth.I, 25a bot. (read:) כאינשי דצווחין לסמייה סגיא נ׳. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b חד דס׳ נ׳ one of the blind men (whom the charitable honored by inviting them to their tables).

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  • 849 נְהוֹרָא

    נְהוֹר, נְהוֹרָאc. (נְהַר) light; eye-sight. Targ. Job. 18:6. Targ. Prov. 4:18. Ib. ed. Lag. נוֹהֲרֵיה (oth. ed. נַהֲרֵי). Targ. Ps. 18:29 (ed. Lag. ניהור). Targ. Prov. 6:23 נוֹהֲ׳; a. fr.Pes.2a (expl. Gen. 1:5) קרייה רחמנא לנ׳וכ׳ the Lord called the light and appointed it over the service of the day. Ib. 7b נ׳ דאבוקה torch-light; נ׳ דשרגא candle-light; דנפיש נ׳ טובא whose light is very strong; דזוטר נ׳ טפי whose light is very small (of limited range). Ib. 8a; Hor.12a משיך נְהוֹרֵיה, v. מְשַׁךְ I. Lam. R. to I, 1 רבתי (חד כות׳ 1) זיתא נ׳וכ׳ the olive tree (in thy dream) means light Ber.52b חדא נ׳ איכא בנורא fire contains only one sort of light. B. Kam.83b דילמא נ׳ שקיל מיניהוכ׳ perhaps the law says (Ex. 21:24), he deprived him of his eye-sight, let him be deprived of his eye-sight?Kidd.24b נ׳ בריא good (normal) eye-sight, נ׳ כחישא defective sight; a. fr.Y.Orl.II, 62c top נהור אתית, v. נְהַר I).סגי נ׳ rick of light, euphem. for blind. Ber.58a. Lev. R. s. 34. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b, v. infra; a. e.Pl. נְהוֹרִין, נְהוֹרַיָּא, נְהוֹרֵי. Targ. Gen. 1:14; 16; a. fr.Ber. l. c. טובא נ׳ איכא בנורא there is a combination of lights in fire, v. מָאוֹר. Pesik. R. s. 21 הא ברייתי לך תרין נְהוֹרִיםוכ׳ I created two lights for thee, thy father and thy mother; a. fr. סגי(א) נהוריא, v. supra. Y.Peah V, end, 19a (ref. to Prov. 23:10, quot. in Mish. ib. V, 6 עוֹלִים, Ms. M. a. Y. ed. עולם) אלו שירדו מנכסיהן … סַגַּיָּא נ׳ by ‘those going up are meant those who went down from their estates (reduced to poverty), as the blind are euphemistically called rich of light. Y.Keth.I, 25a bot. (read:) כאינשי דצווחין לסמייה סגיא נ׳. Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b חד דס׳ נ׳ one of the blind men (whom the charitable honored by inviting them to their tables).

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  • 850 נהמה

    נֶהָמָהf. (b. h.; נָהַם) excitement, shrieking, roaring. Lam. R. to I, 19 נַהֲמַת בניהן the shrieking of their children (passed through the fire). Midr. Till. to Ps. 106:9; Yalk. Ps. 864, v. נָהַם. Yalk. Prov. 959 (ref. to Prov. 20:2) נַהֲמָתוֹ שלהקב״ה the roaring (anger) of the Lord.

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  • 851 נֶהָמָה

    נֶהָמָהf. (b. h.; נָהַם) excitement, shrieking, roaring. Lam. R. to I, 19 נַהֲמַת בניהן the shrieking of their children (passed through the fire). Midr. Till. to Ps. 106:9; Yalk. Ps. 864, v. נָהַם. Yalk. Prov. 959 (ref. to Prov. 20:2) נַהֲמָתוֹ שלהקב״ה the roaring (anger) of the Lord.

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  • 852 נובלת

    נוֹבֶלֶתf. (נָבַל) unripe fruit, esp. date, fruit falling off unripe. Y.Maasr.I, 48d bot. נ׳ היא it is unripe fruit (and not yet subject to tithes).Pl. נוֹבְלוֹת. Midr. Till. to Ps. 14 עחיד … להשירו כנ׳וכ׳ the Lord will cause him (Esau-Rome) to drop like unripe fruit which drops from the treeEsp. nobloth a) an inferior quality of dates (which generally fall off unripe). Dem. I, 1 נ׳ התמרה. Ber.VI, 3, expl. ib. 40b בושלי כמרא (v. בּוּשְׁלָא), and תמרי דזיקא (v. זִיקָא I). Y. ib. VI, 10c top ראה נ׳ שנשרווכ׳ when one sees nobloth which fell off, one says, ‘blessed be the faithful Judge. Tosef.Dem.I, 1 חנ׳ … התמרה the unripe dates which are sold with the palm; Y. ib. I, 21c bot. Tanḥ. Bmidb. 15 מה החמרה הזו עושה תמרים ועושה נ׳ as the palm bears good dates and inferior ones ; Num. R. s. 3, beg. תמרים רטובין ניקלווסין נ׳ (read ונ׳); a. e.b) (trnsf.) an inferior variety. Gen. R. s. 17 נ׳ מיחהוכ׳ a variety of death is sleep, of prophecy, dream ; ib. s. 44; Yalk. ib. 23; 77; Yalk. Sam. 139. Ib. נ׳ אורה של מעלהוכ׳ a variety of the upper (divine) light is the globe of the sun, of the upper wisdom, the Law.

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  • 853 נוֹבֶלֶת

    נוֹבֶלֶתf. (נָבַל) unripe fruit, esp. date, fruit falling off unripe. Y.Maasr.I, 48d bot. נ׳ היא it is unripe fruit (and not yet subject to tithes).Pl. נוֹבְלוֹת. Midr. Till. to Ps. 14 עחיד … להשירו כנ׳וכ׳ the Lord will cause him (Esau-Rome) to drop like unripe fruit which drops from the treeEsp. nobloth a) an inferior quality of dates (which generally fall off unripe). Dem. I, 1 נ׳ התמרה. Ber.VI, 3, expl. ib. 40b בושלי כמרא (v. בּוּשְׁלָא), and תמרי דזיקא (v. זִיקָא I). Y. ib. VI, 10c top ראה נ׳ שנשרווכ׳ when one sees nobloth which fell off, one says, ‘blessed be the faithful Judge. Tosef.Dem.I, 1 חנ׳ … התמרה the unripe dates which are sold with the palm; Y. ib. I, 21c bot. Tanḥ. Bmidb. 15 מה החמרה הזו עושה תמרים ועושה נ׳ as the palm bears good dates and inferior ones ; Num. R. s. 3, beg. תמרים רטובין ניקלווסין נ׳ (read ונ׳); a. e.b) (trnsf.) an inferior variety. Gen. R. s. 17 נ׳ מיחהוכ׳ a variety of death is sleep, of prophecy, dream ; ib. s. 44; Yalk. ib. 23; 77; Yalk. Sam. 139. Ib. נ׳ אורה של מעלהוכ׳ a variety of the upper (divine) light is the globe of the sun, of the upper wisdom, the Law.

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  • 854 נוחַ

    נוֹחַm. (b. h.; preced.) rest; satisfaction. Tosef.Sot.XIV, 10 ואין נ׳ בעולם לישראל and there is no rest in the world for Israel; Sot.47b אין נ׳ בעולם there is no satisfaction (to the Lord) in the world.

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  • 855 נוֹחַ

    נוֹחַm. (b. h.; preced.) rest; satisfaction. Tosef.Sot.XIV, 10 ואין נ׳ בעולם לישראל and there is no rest in the world for Israel; Sot.47b אין נ׳ בעולם there is no satisfaction (to the Lord) in the world.

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  • 856 נוי

    נוי, נָוָהI (b. h.) to be becoming, pleasing. Sot.47b, a. e. יִנְוֶה, v. נָוֶה II. Hif. הִנְוָה 1) to beautify, adorn. Y.Peah I, 15b (ref. to Ex. 15:2) וכי … לַנְווֹת את בוראו is it possible for man to beautify his Maker?; Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.3 להַנְווֹת קונו; (Yalk. Ex. 244 להשוות לקונו, v. infra). 2) to equal, adapt ones self to. Sabb.133b (expl. ואנוהו, Ex. l. c.) הוי דומה לו be like Him; Mekh. l. c. נדמה לו let us be like Him. Yalk. l. c. וכי … להשוות לקונו is it possible for man to eqnal his Creator? Nif. הִנָּוֶה to adorn ones self. Mekh. l. c. אֶנָּוֶוה לפניו, v. נָאָה. Nithpa. נִתְנַוֶּה to mate ones self handsome, to be vain. Sot.I, 8 אבשלום נ׳ בשערו Y. ed. (Mish. a. Bab. ed. 9b נתגאה) Absalom was vain of his hair. Pi. נִיָּיה to beautify. Mekh. l. c. (ref. to ואנוהו, v. supra) נַיֶּינּוּ ושַׁבְּחוּ להב״הוכ׳ beautify Him, and praise the Lord before all nations (Yalk. l. c. אגיד נאותיו ושְׁבָחוֹוכ׳, v. נָאֶה).

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  • 857 נוה I

    נוי, נָוָהI (b. h.) to be becoming, pleasing. Sot.47b, a. e. יִנְוֶה, v. נָוֶה II. Hif. הִנְוָה 1) to beautify, adorn. Y.Peah I, 15b (ref. to Ex. 15:2) וכי … לַנְווֹת את בוראו is it possible for man to beautify his Maker?; Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.3 להַנְווֹת קונו; (Yalk. Ex. 244 להשוות לקונו, v. infra). 2) to equal, adapt ones self to. Sabb.133b (expl. ואנוהו, Ex. l. c.) הוי דומה לו be like Him; Mekh. l. c. נדמה לו let us be like Him. Yalk. l. c. וכי … להשוות לקונו is it possible for man to eqnal his Creator? Nif. הִנָּוֶה to adorn ones self. Mekh. l. c. אֶנָּוֶוה לפניו, v. נָאָה. Nithpa. נִתְנַוֶּה to mate ones self handsome, to be vain. Sot.I, 8 אבשלום נ׳ בשערו Y. ed. (Mish. a. Bab. ed. 9b נתגאה) Absalom was vain of his hair. Pi. נִיָּיה to beautify. Mekh. l. c. (ref. to ואנוהו, v. supra) נַיֶּינּוּ ושַׁבְּחוּ להב״הוכ׳ beautify Him, and praise the Lord before all nations (Yalk. l. c. אגיד נאותיו ושְׁבָחוֹוכ׳, v. נָאֶה).

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  • 858 נָוָה

    נוי, נָוָהI (b. h.) to be becoming, pleasing. Sot.47b, a. e. יִנְוֶה, v. נָוֶה II. Hif. הִנְוָה 1) to beautify, adorn. Y.Peah I, 15b (ref. to Ex. 15:2) וכי … לַנְווֹת את בוראו is it possible for man to beautify his Maker?; Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.3 להַנְווֹת קונו; (Yalk. Ex. 244 להשוות לקונו, v. infra). 2) to equal, adapt ones self to. Sabb.133b (expl. ואנוהו, Ex. l. c.) הוי דומה לו be like Him; Mekh. l. c. נדמה לו let us be like Him. Yalk. l. c. וכי … להשוות לקונו is it possible for man to eqnal his Creator? Nif. הִנָּוֶה to adorn ones self. Mekh. l. c. אֶנָּוֶוה לפניו, v. נָאָה. Nithpa. נִתְנַוֶּה to mate ones self handsome, to be vain. Sot.I, 8 אבשלום נ׳ בשערו Y. ed. (Mish. a. Bab. ed. 9b נתגאה) Absalom was vain of his hair. Pi. נִיָּיה to beautify. Mekh. l. c. (ref. to ואנוהו, v. supra) נַיֶּינּוּ ושַׁבְּחוּ להב״הוכ׳ beautify Him, and praise the Lord before all nations (Yalk. l. c. אגיד נאותיו ושְׁבָחוֹוכ׳, v. נָאֶה).

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  • 859 נזיפה

    נְזִיפָהf. (נָזַף) anger, rebuke, esp. nzifah, a lower degree of excommunication; v. נִידּוּי. Snh.68a גער בו ויצא בנ׳ he frowned at him, and he (the son) went away feeling the rebuke. Sabb.31a והוציאו בנ׳ and made him go out in anger. Ib. 97a ההוא בנ׳ בעלמא this (בם, Num. 12:9) refers only to the anger (of the Lord, not to leprosy). M. Kat. 16a אין נ׳ פחותוכ׳ the minor ban lasts no less than seven days. Ib.b נ׳ דידהו their (the Palestinian) nzifah; נ׳ דידן our (the Babylonian) n.; a. fr.

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  • 860 נְזִיפָה

    נְזִיפָהf. (נָזַף) anger, rebuke, esp. nzifah, a lower degree of excommunication; v. נִידּוּי. Snh.68a גער בו ויצא בנ׳ he frowned at him, and he (the son) went away feeling the rebuke. Sabb.31a והוציאו בנ׳ and made him go out in anger. Ib. 97a ההוא בנ׳ בעלמא this (בם, Num. 12:9) refers only to the anger (of the Lord, not to leprosy). M. Kat. 16a אין נ׳ פחותוכ׳ the minor ban lasts no less than seven days. Ib.b נ׳ דידהו their (the Palestinian) nzifah; נ׳ דידן our (the Babylonian) n.; a. fr.

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