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  • 901 נשיא

    נָשִׂיאm. (b. h.; נָשָׂא) 1) prince, chief, ruler, officer. Num. R. s. 1 לנ׳ שנכנסוכ׳ like unto a chief that entered a country. Ib. שלא מנה נ׳ לשבטוכ׳ he appointed no prince for the tribe of Levi. (Ib. נשיא שבטים, read נְשִׂיאֵי). Hor.II, 6; a. v. fr.Pl. נְשִׂיאִים. Num. R. s. 12 למה נזדרזו הנ׳וכ׳ why were the princes so anxious to be the first ? Ib. s. 3; a. v. fr.Esp. Nasi, the chief of the Great Sanhedrin in Jerusalem and of its successor in Palestinian places (v. אָב). Taan.II, 1. Pes.66a מינוהו נ׳ עליהם they elected him as their Nasi; a. fr.R. Judah the Nasi, v. רַבִּי.Pl. as ab. Ḥag.II, 2; a. e. 2) pl. as ab. clouds. Kidd.32b הק״בה … מעלה נ׳וכ׳ the Lord causes the wind to blow and brings up clouds and lets rain come down

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  • 902 נָשִׂיא

    נָשִׂיאm. (b. h.; נָשָׂא) 1) prince, chief, ruler, officer. Num. R. s. 1 לנ׳ שנכנסוכ׳ like unto a chief that entered a country. Ib. שלא מנה נ׳ לשבטוכ׳ he appointed no prince for the tribe of Levi. (Ib. נשיא שבטים, read נְשִׂיאֵי). Hor.II, 6; a. v. fr.Pl. נְשִׂיאִים. Num. R. s. 12 למה נזדרזו הנ׳וכ׳ why were the princes so anxious to be the first ? Ib. s. 3; a. v. fr.Esp. Nasi, the chief of the Great Sanhedrin in Jerusalem and of its successor in Palestinian places (v. אָב). Taan.II, 1. Pes.66a מינוהו נ׳ עליהם they elected him as their Nasi; a. fr.R. Judah the Nasi, v. רַבִּי.Pl. as ab. Ḥag.II, 2; a. e. 2) pl. as ab. clouds. Kidd.32b הק״בה … מעלה נ׳וכ׳ the Lord causes the wind to blow and brings up clouds and lets rain come down

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  • 903 נשר

    נָשַׁר(cmp. נָשַׁל) to drop, fall off. Peah VII, 3 איזהו פרט הנוֹשֵׁרוכ׳ by pereṭ (Lev. 19:10) is understood that which drops on cutting grapes. Bets.2b פירות הנוֹשְׁרִין fruit which drops from the tree (on the Holy Day). Y. ib. I, beg. 60a ספק מהיום נָשְׁרוּוכ׳ where it is doubtful whether they fell off to-day (on the Holy-Day) Gen. R. s. 10, v. נָשַׁל; a. fr.Sabb.XXII, 4 (146b) מי שנשרו כליו בדרך (במים) if ones garments (cloak) fell into a puddle on the road. Hif. (הִנְשִׁיר) הִשִּׁיר 1) to let fall, drop. Ib. 67b אילן שמַשִּׁיר פירותיו a tree that drops its fruit prematurely. Naz.VI, 3 מפני שמַשֶּׁרֶתוכ׳ because it causes falling out of the hair. Y.Peah VIII, 20a bot. מַשִּׁיר (not משייר), v. מַחֲבוֹא. Midr. Till. to Ps. 14 עתיד … להַשִּׁירוֹ the Lord will cause him to drop, v. נוֹבֶלֶת. Keth.6b אע״פ שמַשִּׁיר צרורות although (by walking through the breach) he causes pebbles to break loose; Y.Ber.II, 5b top אפי׳ מַשֶּׁרֶת צרורות even if the wall is so brittle as to drop ; a. fr.Bets.35b מַשִּׁירִין, מַנְשִׁירִין (prob. to be read: מְנַשְּׁרִין as versions of מַשִּׁילִין, v. נָשַׁל).Esth. R. to I, 14 ומַשִּׁירָן, v. כַּרְשִׁינָה II. pi. נִשֵּׁר 1) to drop, let drop, v. supra. 2) (cmp. Assyr. našâru, Del. Assyr. Handw., p. 487) to tear, lacerate. Ab. Zar.11a sq. איזהו עיקור … המְנַשֵּׁר פרסותיהוכ׳ what mutilation of an animals feet does not affect its vitality (v. טְרֵפָה)? Cutting the tendons of its hoofs beneath the ankle; ib. 13a. Pesik. R. s. 31 מְנַשְּׁרִים בשערו they pluck his hair.

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  • 904 נָשַׁר

    נָשַׁר(cmp. נָשַׁל) to drop, fall off. Peah VII, 3 איזהו פרט הנוֹשֵׁרוכ׳ by pereṭ (Lev. 19:10) is understood that which drops on cutting grapes. Bets.2b פירות הנוֹשְׁרִין fruit which drops from the tree (on the Holy Day). Y. ib. I, beg. 60a ספק מהיום נָשְׁרוּוכ׳ where it is doubtful whether they fell off to-day (on the Holy-Day) Gen. R. s. 10, v. נָשַׁל; a. fr.Sabb.XXII, 4 (146b) מי שנשרו כליו בדרך (במים) if ones garments (cloak) fell into a puddle on the road. Hif. (הִנְשִׁיר) הִשִּׁיר 1) to let fall, drop. Ib. 67b אילן שמַשִּׁיר פירותיו a tree that drops its fruit prematurely. Naz.VI, 3 מפני שמַשֶּׁרֶתוכ׳ because it causes falling out of the hair. Y.Peah VIII, 20a bot. מַשִּׁיר (not משייר), v. מַחֲבוֹא. Midr. Till. to Ps. 14 עתיד … להַשִּׁירוֹ the Lord will cause him to drop, v. נוֹבֶלֶת. Keth.6b אע״פ שמַשִּׁיר צרורות although (by walking through the breach) he causes pebbles to break loose; Y.Ber.II, 5b top אפי׳ מַשֶּׁרֶת צרורות even if the wall is so brittle as to drop ; a. fr.Bets.35b מַשִּׁירִין, מַנְשִׁירִין (prob. to be read: מְנַשְּׁרִין as versions of מַשִּׁילִין, v. נָשַׁל).Esth. R. to I, 14 ומַשִּׁירָן, v. כַּרְשִׁינָה II. pi. נִשֵּׁר 1) to drop, let drop, v. supra. 2) (cmp. Assyr. našâru, Del. Assyr. Handw., p. 487) to tear, lacerate. Ab. Zar.11a sq. איזהו עיקור … המְנַשֵּׁר פרסותיהוכ׳ what mutilation of an animals feet does not affect its vitality (v. טְרֵפָה)? Cutting the tendons of its hoofs beneath the ankle; ib. 13a. Pesik. R. s. 31 מְנַשְּׁרִים בשערו they pluck his hair.

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  • 905 נתק

    נָתַק(b. h.; cmp. preced. a. נתך) 1) to break loose; tear out. Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. מקום שנהגו לקוץ יִתּוֹק לִתּוֹקוכ׳ where it is customary to cut the reeds, let him pluck them; where it is customary to pluck them ; Tosef. ib. III, 19 Var. יִתּוֹךְ לִתּוֹךְ. Cant. R. to VIII, 6 (ref. to Jer. 22:24) שהוא נוֹתֵק מלכותוכ׳ that he will tear the Davidic kingdom out of his hand; ib. משם אני נותקוכ׳ from there I shall tear loose the kingdom ; Pesik. Shub., p. 163a>. Bekh.33b נותק he who tears loose (testicles and throws them away); נותק אחר כורת who removes them after one has cut them (tearing off the roots). Sifra Thazr., Neg., ch. VII, Par. 5 אם נְתָקוֹ אדם if a man made it bald (נֶתֶק); (R. S. to Neg. III, 5 אם נִיתְּקוּ בידי אדם, Nif.); a. e.Part. pass. נָתוּק (b. h.) an animal whose testicles have been forcibly removed; (oth. opin.: whose membrum has been mutilated by a violent severance). Sifra Emor, Par. 7, ch. VII; Tosef.Yeb.X, 5. 2) to cause oozing, to secrete. Tosef.Ter.III 13 ענבים רכות ונוֹתְקוֹת … ואינן נוֹתְקִיןוכ׳ grapes are soft and let their juice ooze out (when packed), but olives are hard and do not let their oil ooze out.; Y. ib. III, 42b top, v. דֵּיהֶאּ Pi. נִיתֵּק 1) to tear loose. Cant. R. l. c. (ref. to Jer. l. c.) אֲנַתֶּקְךָ אין … אֲתַקֶּנְךָ it does not say ănatteḳkha (I shall tear thee loose), but (it may be read) athaḳḳenkha (I shall restore thee, v. תָּקַן); Yalk. Jer. 303 אַתֶּקְךָ (Hif.); Pesik. l. c. 2) (to tear, pull) to remonstrate, protest. Sifré Num. 115; Yalk. Num. 750 התחיל הבן ההוא מְנַתֵּק that son began to protest (against doing slaves work); התחילו ישראל מְנַתְּקִים the Israelites remonstrated (against the laws imposed upon them); v. infra. Nif. נִיתַּק, נִיתּוֹק 1) to be torn loose; to fall out. Ḥull.123b שומר העשוי לִנָּתֵק מאליו a protection (cover) which it likely to come off of itself. Nidd.65a כיון שנִתְּקוּ שניווכ׳ when a mans teeth are gone; a. e. 2) ( to tear ones self loose, to remonstrate, be discontented. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII גלוי … לִינָּתֵק בעריות it was known before the Lord that they would bear unwillingly the restrictive laws concerning sexual relations; נִיתְּקוּ בעריות they did remonstrate (ref. to Num. 11:10; v. Sabb.130a; Yoma 75a); Yalk. Lev. 590. 3) to be shifted, transformed, modified. Zeb.5b, a. fr. אשםשנ׳ לרעיה an animal dedicated as a guilt-offering which (on account of its owners death) has been condemned to pasture until natural death (v. סָאַב).Y.Naz.IV, end, 53c משנ׳ מלא תעשה לעשה since it (the cutting of the hair which is forbidden to the Nazarite) has gone over from a prohibition to a positive duty (Num. 6:18). לאושנ׳ לעשה a prohibition transformed into a command, i. e. a prohibitive law the transgression of which must be repaired by a succeeding act, e. g. (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not rob, and (ib. 5:23) ‘he shall make restitution. Ḥull.141a (for which ib. 12:4 מצות לא תעשה שיש בה קום עשה). Yoma 85b לא תעשהשנ׳ לעשה; a. fr. 4) (v. Kal 2) to enter a stage of moist decomposition. Y.Naz.VII, 56b, v. נַצֶל 5) (denom. of נֶתֶק) to become hairless and blanched, to be afflicted with נֶתֶק. Neg. X, 9 ונ׳ כל ראשו and his entire head became bald (v. קָרַחַת). Sifra Thazr. l. c. את שני׳ נתק בתוך נתק a person that became afflicted with a bald spot within a patch of hair surrounded by baldness (Neg. X, 7 שני נְתָקִין זה לפנים מזה; a. fr.).

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  • 906 נָתַק

    נָתַק(b. h.; cmp. preced. a. נתך) 1) to break loose; tear out. Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. מקום שנהגו לקוץ יִתּוֹק לִתּוֹקוכ׳ where it is customary to cut the reeds, let him pluck them; where it is customary to pluck them ; Tosef. ib. III, 19 Var. יִתּוֹךְ לִתּוֹךְ. Cant. R. to VIII, 6 (ref. to Jer. 22:24) שהוא נוֹתֵק מלכותוכ׳ that he will tear the Davidic kingdom out of his hand; ib. משם אני נותקוכ׳ from there I shall tear loose the kingdom ; Pesik. Shub., p. 163a>. Bekh.33b נותק he who tears loose (testicles and throws them away); נותק אחר כורת who removes them after one has cut them (tearing off the roots). Sifra Thazr., Neg., ch. VII, Par. 5 אם נְתָקוֹ אדם if a man made it bald (נֶתֶק); (R. S. to Neg. III, 5 אם נִיתְּקוּ בידי אדם, Nif.); a. e.Part. pass. נָתוּק (b. h.) an animal whose testicles have been forcibly removed; (oth. opin.: whose membrum has been mutilated by a violent severance). Sifra Emor, Par. 7, ch. VII; Tosef.Yeb.X, 5. 2) to cause oozing, to secrete. Tosef.Ter.III 13 ענבים רכות ונוֹתְקוֹת … ואינן נוֹתְקִיןוכ׳ grapes are soft and let their juice ooze out (when packed), but olives are hard and do not let their oil ooze out.; Y. ib. III, 42b top, v. דֵּיהֶאּ Pi. נִיתֵּק 1) to tear loose. Cant. R. l. c. (ref. to Jer. l. c.) אֲנַתֶּקְךָ אין … אֲתַקֶּנְךָ it does not say ănatteḳkha (I shall tear thee loose), but (it may be read) athaḳḳenkha (I shall restore thee, v. תָּקַן); Yalk. Jer. 303 אַתֶּקְךָ (Hif.); Pesik. l. c. 2) (to tear, pull) to remonstrate, protest. Sifré Num. 115; Yalk. Num. 750 התחיל הבן ההוא מְנַתֵּק that son began to protest (against doing slaves work); התחילו ישראל מְנַתְּקִים the Israelites remonstrated (against the laws imposed upon them); v. infra. Nif. נִיתַּק, נִיתּוֹק 1) to be torn loose; to fall out. Ḥull.123b שומר העשוי לִנָּתֵק מאליו a protection (cover) which it likely to come off of itself. Nidd.65a כיון שנִתְּקוּ שניווכ׳ when a mans teeth are gone; a. e. 2) ( to tear ones self loose, to remonstrate, be discontented. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII גלוי … לִינָּתֵק בעריות it was known before the Lord that they would bear unwillingly the restrictive laws concerning sexual relations; נִיתְּקוּ בעריות they did remonstrate (ref. to Num. 11:10; v. Sabb.130a; Yoma 75a); Yalk. Lev. 590. 3) to be shifted, transformed, modified. Zeb.5b, a. fr. אשםשנ׳ לרעיה an animal dedicated as a guilt-offering which (on account of its owners death) has been condemned to pasture until natural death (v. סָאַב).Y.Naz.IV, end, 53c משנ׳ מלא תעשה לעשה since it (the cutting of the hair which is forbidden to the Nazarite) has gone over from a prohibition to a positive duty (Num. 6:18). לאושנ׳ לעשה a prohibition transformed into a command, i. e. a prohibitive law the transgression of which must be repaired by a succeeding act, e. g. (Lev. 19:13) ‘thou shalt not rob, and (ib. 5:23) ‘he shall make restitution. Ḥull.141a (for which ib. 12:4 מצות לא תעשה שיש בה קום עשה). Yoma 85b לא תעשהשנ׳ לעשה; a. fr. 4) (v. Kal 2) to enter a stage of moist decomposition. Y.Naz.VII, 56b, v. נַצֶל 5) (denom. of נֶתֶק) to become hairless and blanched, to be afflicted with נֶתֶק. Neg. X, 9 ונ׳ כל ראשו and his entire head became bald (v. קָרַחַת). Sifra Thazr. l. c. את שני׳ נתק בתוך נתק a person that became afflicted with a bald spot within a patch of hair surrounded by baldness (Neg. X, 7 שני נְתָקִין זה לפנים מזה; a. fr.).

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  • 907 סאה

    סְאָהf. (b. h.) Sah, a measure of volame for dry objects and for liquids; in gen. measure. Men.XII, 4 בארבעים ס׳וכ׳ in a reservoir containing forty S. he can bathe for purification, in forty less one drop Mikv. I, 7; a. fr.Sot.9a אין … עד שתתמלא סְאָתוֹ the Lord does not exact payment (punishment) of a man until his measure is full. Ib. 8b; Tosef. ib. III, 1 (ref. to בסאסאה, Is. 27:8) אין לי אלא שמדד בס׳וכ׳ this would prove only that the Lord measures by the Sah (repays only great sins, overlooking the small ones) ; Y. ib. I, 17a.בֵּית ס׳ (or sub. בית) a field requiring one Sah of seed, (a square measure) Beth Sah. Shebi. III, 2. B. Bath.VII, 2 רובע לס׳ one fourth of a Kab for each (Beth) Sah; a. fr.Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 משקל ארבעים ס׳ forty Sah in weight (weight of forty Sah of wheat).Pl. סָאוֹת, סְאִים, סְאִין. Y. l. c. (ref. to סאון, Is. 9:4) ריבה כאן ס׳ הרבה the text intimates here a variety of measures (recompenses). Men.VII, 1 חמש ס׳וכ׳ five Jerusalem Sah which are equal to six Desert Sah. Ib. 77a; a. fr.Du. סָאתַיִם. Ter. X, 8. Shebi. III, 4; a. fr.

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  • 908 סְאָה

    סְאָהf. (b. h.) Sah, a measure of volame for dry objects and for liquids; in gen. measure. Men.XII, 4 בארבעים ס׳וכ׳ in a reservoir containing forty S. he can bathe for purification, in forty less one drop Mikv. I, 7; a. fr.Sot.9a אין … עד שתתמלא סְאָתוֹ the Lord does not exact payment (punishment) of a man until his measure is full. Ib. 8b; Tosef. ib. III, 1 (ref. to בסאסאה, Is. 27:8) אין לי אלא שמדד בס׳וכ׳ this would prove only that the Lord measures by the Sah (repays only great sins, overlooking the small ones) ; Y. ib. I, 17a.בֵּית ס׳ (or sub. בית) a field requiring one Sah of seed, (a square measure) Beth Sah. Shebi. III, 2. B. Bath.VII, 2 רובע לס׳ one fourth of a Kab for each (Beth) Sah; a. fr.Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 26 משקל ארבעים ס׳ forty Sah in weight (weight of forty Sah of wheat).Pl. סָאוֹת, סְאִים, סְאִין. Y. l. c. (ref. to סאון, Is. 9:4) ריבה כאן ס׳ הרבה the text intimates here a variety of measures (recompenses). Men.VII, 1 חמש ס׳וכ׳ five Jerusalem Sah which are equal to six Desert Sah. Ib. 77a; a. fr.Du. סָאתַיִם. Ter. X, 8. Shebi. III, 4; a. fr.

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  • 909 סבל

    סָבַל(b. h.) to carry a load; to sustain; to endure. Lev. R. s. 4, end הנפש הזו סוֹבֶלֶת … והקב״ה סוֹבֵל את עולמו the soul supports the body, and the Lord sustains his world; (Tanḥ. Ḥayé 3 משמרת … משמר). Pes.113b ארבעה אין … סוֹבַלְתָּן there are four things which the mind (of man) cannot endure. Gen. R. s. 22 (ref. to Gen. 4:13) לעליונים … אתה סובל ולפשעי אין אתה סובל thou bearest those on high and those below, and my trespass thou wilt not bear? Y.R. Hash. II, end, 58b (ref. to Ps. 144:14 אלופינו מסבלים) בשעה שהגדולים סוֹבְלִין אתוכ׳ when the great bear the small (take care of them), there is no breach ; ib. בשעה שהקטנים סובליןוכ׳ when the small bear the great (respect their superiority), there is ; Yalk. Ps. 888; Ruth R. introd. ( ושם). Ex. R. s. 5 סָבְלוּ מכות they endured maltreatment; a. fr.Y.Peah I, 16b הפורק … ואיני סוֹבְלָהּ he who throws off the yoke, that is, he who says, there is a law, but I will not bear it. Pi. סִיבֵּל to load. Part. pass. מְסוּבָּל. Ber.17a (ref. to Ps. l. c.) מְסוּבָּלִים במצות laden with good deeds; מס׳ בייסורים laden with pains. Yalk. Deut. 963 מסובלים כספםוכ׳ (Deut. R. s. 11 היו סובלים) carrying their silver and their gold; a. e.

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  • 910 סָבַל

    סָבַל(b. h.) to carry a load; to sustain; to endure. Lev. R. s. 4, end הנפש הזו סוֹבֶלֶת … והקב״ה סוֹבֵל את עולמו the soul supports the body, and the Lord sustains his world; (Tanḥ. Ḥayé 3 משמרת … משמר). Pes.113b ארבעה אין … סוֹבַלְתָּן there are four things which the mind (of man) cannot endure. Gen. R. s. 22 (ref. to Gen. 4:13) לעליונים … אתה סובל ולפשעי אין אתה סובל thou bearest those on high and those below, and my trespass thou wilt not bear? Y.R. Hash. II, end, 58b (ref. to Ps. 144:14 אלופינו מסבלים) בשעה שהגדולים סוֹבְלִין אתוכ׳ when the great bear the small (take care of them), there is no breach ; ib. בשעה שהקטנים סובליןוכ׳ when the small bear the great (respect their superiority), there is ; Yalk. Ps. 888; Ruth R. introd. ( ושם). Ex. R. s. 5 סָבְלוּ מכות they endured maltreatment; a. fr.Y.Peah I, 16b הפורק … ואיני סוֹבְלָהּ he who throws off the yoke, that is, he who says, there is a law, but I will not bear it. Pi. סִיבֵּל to load. Part. pass. מְסוּבָּל. Ber.17a (ref. to Ps. l. c.) מְסוּבָּלִים במצות laden with good deeds; מס׳ בייסורים laden with pains. Yalk. Deut. 963 מסובלים כספםוכ׳ (Deut. R. s. 11 היו סובלים) carrying their silver and their gold; a. e.

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  • 911 סבר

    סָבַר(b. h. שָׂבַר Pi.; Saf. of ברר) ( to be bright, to look for, be hopeful; to think, imagine. Part. pass. סָבוּר; f. סְבוּרָה; pl. סְבוּרִים, סְבוּרִין; סְבוּרוֹת hoping; thinking. Ruth R. to I, 1 היו … ס׳ עליו the citizens were relying on him; (Yalk. ib. 598 בטוחין).Keth.VII, 10 ס׳ הייתיוכ׳ I was in hopes that I might be able to bear it. Gitt.56b וכס׳ הרגוכ׳ and he was like thinking (he imagined) that, v. הָרַג; a. fr.Tanḥ. Pkudé 3 היו סוֹבְרִיםוכ׳ (perh. to be read: סבורים) they thought that he (Adam) was their creator; Pirké dR. El. ch. XI כסבורין. Hif. הִסְבִּיר to brighten, illustrate, make clear. Koh. R. to X, 10 (ref. to Koh. l. c.) אם נקהה … והוא אינו בא לידך להַסְבִּירוֹ בפניךוכ׳ if thy study has been dull to thee like iron (difficult), and he … does not come to thy side to make it clear before thee, denounce him with all thy might.Esp. ה׳ פנים to show a bright face; to be friendly; to encourage. Ib. ואין הרב מַסְבִּיר פ׳ לתלמיד and the teacher does not show the pupil a kind face (will not relent); ib. ואין הרב מסביר לתלמיד (sub. פנים). Ib. ואיןהקב״ה מסביר פ׳ לדור and the Lord does not look favorably at the generation. Y.Yoma VI, beg.43b שלא יהא הדיין מסביר פ׳ … ומעיזוכ׳ that the judge must not be friendly towards the one and severe towards the other (of the litigants). Midr. Till. to Ps. 137 אלהיהן … וכיון שמַסְבִּירִין לו פ׳וכ׳ their God is merciful, and as soon as they show him a kind face, he takes pity ; Pesik. R. s. 28. Ber.63b אני ואתה נַסְבִּיר פ׳ בהלכה let us cheer each other up in the halakhah (by discussion). Ib. כשם שאני הִסְבַּרְתִּי … הַסְבֵּר פ׳וכ׳ as I have been kind to thee, so be thou kind (forgiving) to ; a. fr.

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  • 912 סָבַר

    סָבַר(b. h. שָׂבַר Pi.; Saf. of ברר) ( to be bright, to look for, be hopeful; to think, imagine. Part. pass. סָבוּר; f. סְבוּרָה; pl. סְבוּרִים, סְבוּרִין; סְבוּרוֹת hoping; thinking. Ruth R. to I, 1 היו … ס׳ עליו the citizens were relying on him; (Yalk. ib. 598 בטוחין).Keth.VII, 10 ס׳ הייתיוכ׳ I was in hopes that I might be able to bear it. Gitt.56b וכס׳ הרגוכ׳ and he was like thinking (he imagined) that, v. הָרַג; a. fr.Tanḥ. Pkudé 3 היו סוֹבְרִיםוכ׳ (perh. to be read: סבורים) they thought that he (Adam) was their creator; Pirké dR. El. ch. XI כסבורין. Hif. הִסְבִּיר to brighten, illustrate, make clear. Koh. R. to X, 10 (ref. to Koh. l. c.) אם נקהה … והוא אינו בא לידך להַסְבִּירוֹ בפניךוכ׳ if thy study has been dull to thee like iron (difficult), and he … does not come to thy side to make it clear before thee, denounce him with all thy might.Esp. ה׳ פנים to show a bright face; to be friendly; to encourage. Ib. ואין הרב מַסְבִּיר פ׳ לתלמיד and the teacher does not show the pupil a kind face (will not relent); ib. ואין הרב מסביר לתלמיד (sub. פנים). Ib. ואיןהקב״ה מסביר פ׳ לדור and the Lord does not look favorably at the generation. Y.Yoma VI, beg.43b שלא יהא הדיין מסביר פ׳ … ומעיזוכ׳ that the judge must not be friendly towards the one and severe towards the other (of the litigants). Midr. Till. to Ps. 137 אלהיהן … וכיון שמַסְבִּירִין לו פ׳וכ׳ their God is merciful, and as soon as they show him a kind face, he takes pity ; Pesik. R. s. 28. Ber.63b אני ואתה נַסְבִּיר פ׳ בהלכה let us cheer each other up in the halakhah (by discussion). Ib. כשם שאני הִסְבַּרְתִּי … הַסְבֵּר פ׳וכ׳ as I have been kind to thee, so be thou kind (forgiving) to ; a. fr.

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  • 913 סבר

    סֵבֶרm. (b. h. שֵׂבֶר; סָבַר) 1) hope. Gen. R. s. 91 (ref. to Gen. 42:1) אל תהי קורא יש שבר אלא יש ס׳ … שסִבְרוֹוכ׳ read not yesh sheber (there is corn) but yesh seber (there is hope), v. אִסְפַּקְלַרְיָא. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII ושמא תאמר אבד סִבְרִי ואבד סכויי … אני סִבְרְךָוכ׳ lest thou say, my hope is gone, my outlook is frustrated, therefore it reads, ‘I am the Lord, I am thy hope Yoma 72a אבד סִבְרָן ובטל סכויין their prospect of restoration is gone Erub.21b אבד סִבְרָםוכ׳ they are beyond hope (of return to God) B. Mets.33b פסק סברם ובטל סכוים there is no hope for them ; Yalk. Is. 371 … שכרן … שיכויין (read שִׂבְרָן). 2) with פָּנִים, brightness, friendly expression; in gen. countenance. Ab. I, 15 הוי מקבל … בס׳ פ׳ יפות receive every man with a countenance of friendliness. Cant. R. to II, 5; a. fr. 3) understanding, plain sense. Yalk. Sam. 158 כך הוא סִבְרוֹ של דבר this is the plain sense of the thing (the common opinion), opp. to עיקרו של דבר the root, the deeper cause; v. סְבָרָא.

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  • 914 סֵבֶר

    סֵבֶרm. (b. h. שֵׂבֶר; סָבַר) 1) hope. Gen. R. s. 91 (ref. to Gen. 42:1) אל תהי קורא יש שבר אלא יש ס׳ … שסִבְרוֹוכ׳ read not yesh sheber (there is corn) but yesh seber (there is hope), v. אִסְפַּקְלַרְיָא. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII ושמא תאמר אבד סִבְרִי ואבד סכויי … אני סִבְרְךָוכ׳ lest thou say, my hope is gone, my outlook is frustrated, therefore it reads, ‘I am the Lord, I am thy hope Yoma 72a אבד סִבְרָן ובטל סכויין their prospect of restoration is gone Erub.21b אבד סִבְרָםוכ׳ they are beyond hope (of return to God) B. Mets.33b פסק סברם ובטל סכוים there is no hope for them ; Yalk. Is. 371 … שכרן … שיכויין (read שִׂבְרָן). 2) with פָּנִים, brightness, friendly expression; in gen. countenance. Ab. I, 15 הוי מקבל … בס׳ פ׳ יפות receive every man with a countenance of friendliness. Cant. R. to II, 5; a. fr. 3) understanding, plain sense. Yalk. Sam. 158 כך הוא סִבְרוֹ של דבר this is the plain sense of the thing (the common opinion), opp. to עיקרו של דבר the root, the deeper cause; v. סְבָרָא.

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  • 915 סדר

    סָדַר(Saf. of דּוּר) to arrange, order (corresp. to b. h. ערך). Pes.54a סוֹדְרָן על הכוס he pronounces them (the benedictions) in successive order over the cup. Yoma 45b top שסודרןע״ג המזבח that he must place them in order on the altar; שסדרן על הכבש … וסודרן that he must arrange them on the bridge or on the rim of the altar, until a large pile (of wood) is formed, when he must put them in order (on the altar); Tam.II, 1; a. fr.Part. pass. סָדוּר; f. סְדוּרָה Taan.8a בשביל משנתו שאינה ס׳ עליו it is because his learning is not properly systematised in his mind. Ber.57a עונותיו ס׳ לו his sins are arranged before him; מאי ס׳ ס׳ לימחל what does this mean? It means that they are arranged (ready) to be forgiven; Yoma 88a. B. Bath.69a אבנים הס׳ לגדר stones arranged for erecting a fence, contrad. to צבורות piled up (v. סָוַר); a. fr. Pi. סִידֵּר 1) same Tam.II, 3 לסַדֵּר אש המערכה to arrange the pyre, v. מַעֲרָכָה. Num. R. s. 4 כיצד מְסַדְּרִין לחםוכ׳ how did they arrange the showbread?; ib. also מַסְדִּירִים, מַסְדִּירִין (Hif.); a. fr.ס׳ שבח (cmp. ערך, Ps. 5:4, a. e.) to offer praise. Ab. Zar.7b; Ber.32a לעולם יְסַדִּר אדםוכ׳ one should always offer praise to the Lord first, and then pray (for what he needs). Ib. 34a ראשונות דומה לעבד שמְסַדֵּרוכ׳ in the first three benedictions of the Tfillah one is like a servant that offers praise to his master; a. fr.Part. pass. מְסוּדָּר. Men.95a במס׳ when everything in the Tabernacle was arranged, opp. במסולק when arrangements for moving were being made. 2) (corresp. to העריך, Lev. 27:8) to assess a persons value with reference to the vowers ability to pay, whence: to exempt from seizure (bed, tools ; v. Arakh.VI, 3, sq.). B. Mets. 113b כדרך שמסדרין בערכין כך מסדרין בבעל חוב as well as we allow an exemption from seizure in cases of vows, so we allow it in cases of debt; (Rashi quotes a Var. משרדין, v. שָׂרַד). Ned.65b שמעת מינה אין מסדריןוכ׳ (Var. משיירין) from this you may deduce that no exemption is granted the debtor; B. Mets. 114a מהו שיְסַדְּרוּוכ׳ is a debtor allowed an exemption? Y.B. Kam.IX, 7a top על מנת שלא לסַדֵּר מהוכ׳ with the condition that what my wife or my child wears is not to be exempted from seizure. Ib. אין מסדרין לו מאותו החפץ this special object is not exempted; a. e. Hif. הִסְדִּיר to arrange, establish the order of. Num. R. l. c., v. supra. Ber.28b; Meg.17b ה׳ … על הסדרוכ׳ arranged the eighteen benedictions before Rabbi in the order in which they are to be recited. Sifra Tsav, Mill. כשם שה׳ משהוכ׳ as Moses arranged the service of the Tabernacle, so he arranged ; a. e.

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  • 916 סָדַר

    סָדַר(Saf. of דּוּר) to arrange, order (corresp. to b. h. ערך). Pes.54a סוֹדְרָן על הכוס he pronounces them (the benedictions) in successive order over the cup. Yoma 45b top שסודרןע״ג המזבח that he must place them in order on the altar; שסדרן על הכבש … וסודרן that he must arrange them on the bridge or on the rim of the altar, until a large pile (of wood) is formed, when he must put them in order (on the altar); Tam.II, 1; a. fr.Part. pass. סָדוּר; f. סְדוּרָה Taan.8a בשביל משנתו שאינה ס׳ עליו it is because his learning is not properly systematised in his mind. Ber.57a עונותיו ס׳ לו his sins are arranged before him; מאי ס׳ ס׳ לימחל what does this mean? It means that they are arranged (ready) to be forgiven; Yoma 88a. B. Bath.69a אבנים הס׳ לגדר stones arranged for erecting a fence, contrad. to צבורות piled up (v. סָוַר); a. fr. Pi. סִידֵּר 1) same Tam.II, 3 לסַדֵּר אש המערכה to arrange the pyre, v. מַעֲרָכָה. Num. R. s. 4 כיצד מְסַדְּרִין לחםוכ׳ how did they arrange the showbread?; ib. also מַסְדִּירִים, מַסְדִּירִין (Hif.); a. fr.ס׳ שבח (cmp. ערך, Ps. 5:4, a. e.) to offer praise. Ab. Zar.7b; Ber.32a לעולם יְסַדִּר אדםוכ׳ one should always offer praise to the Lord first, and then pray (for what he needs). Ib. 34a ראשונות דומה לעבד שמְסַדֵּרוכ׳ in the first three benedictions of the Tfillah one is like a servant that offers praise to his master; a. fr.Part. pass. מְסוּדָּר. Men.95a במס׳ when everything in the Tabernacle was arranged, opp. במסולק when arrangements for moving were being made. 2) (corresp. to העריך, Lev. 27:8) to assess a persons value with reference to the vowers ability to pay, whence: to exempt from seizure (bed, tools ; v. Arakh.VI, 3, sq.). B. Mets. 113b כדרך שמסדרין בערכין כך מסדרין בבעל חוב as well as we allow an exemption from seizure in cases of vows, so we allow it in cases of debt; (Rashi quotes a Var. משרדין, v. שָׂרַד). Ned.65b שמעת מינה אין מסדריןוכ׳ (Var. משיירין) from this you may deduce that no exemption is granted the debtor; B. Mets. 114a מהו שיְסַדְּרוּוכ׳ is a debtor allowed an exemption? Y.B. Kam.IX, 7a top על מנת שלא לסַדֵּר מהוכ׳ with the condition that what my wife or my child wears is not to be exempted from seizure. Ib. אין מסדרין לו מאותו החפץ this special object is not exempted; a. e. Hif. הִסְדִּיר to arrange, establish the order of. Num. R. l. c., v. supra. Ber.28b; Meg.17b ה׳ … על הסדרוכ׳ arranged the eighteen benedictions before Rabbi in the order in which they are to be recited. Sifra Tsav, Mill. כשם שה׳ משהוכ׳ as Moses arranged the service of the Tabernacle, so he arranged ; a. e.

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  • 917 סדר

    סְדַרch. sam(סדרto arrange, order). Targ. Y. II Ex. 40:23 (Y. I a. O. סַדַּר, some ed. סָדַר). Targ. Y. ib. 12:39; a. e.Part. pass. סְדִיר; f. סְדִירָא. Targ. Ps. 7:13 ranged. Pa. סַדֵּר 1) same. Targ. Gen. 22:9 (Y. ed. Vien. סָדר). Ib. 14:8 (O. ed. Amst. סְדָרוּ). Targ. Job 13:18 (ed. Wil. סְדַר); a. fr.Targ. Ps. 5:4 (v. preced.).Part. pass. מְסַדַּר. Targ. Y. Lev. 24:6 (not מְסַדֵּר). Targ. Y. Ex. 39:18; 37.Ber.13a התם נביא הוא דקא מְסַדֵּר לשבחיהוכ׳ there (Neh. 9:7 where Abram is used instead of Abraham) the prophet praises the Lord by referring to the past. Yoma 38b דהוה מְסַדֵּר אגדתא קמיה who reviewed before him the homiletic sayings according to a certain system; a. fr.Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d נקרוץ נְסַדֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ let us get up early and set in order those thorn-bushes (meaning, let us kill those men).Shebu.30b דמחזי כמאן דמְסַדּר דיניה Ms. M. (ed. דסִדַּר ליה לדיניה) he has the appearance of one whose case has been prearranged (with the judge; ed.: of one who has prearranged his case). 2) to allow exemption from seizure (v. preced.). B. Mets. 113b השתא … סַדּוּרֵי מְסַדְּרִינָן ליה since we order his pledge (which consists of necessaries) to be sold for his debt, how can we allow him an exemption (so as to leave him a certain amount from the money realized by the sale)? Ithpa. אִסְתַּדַּר to be arranged, (of prayers) to be offered. Targ. Job 36:19.

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  • 918 סְדַר

    סְדַרch. sam(סדרto arrange, order). Targ. Y. II Ex. 40:23 (Y. I a. O. סַדַּר, some ed. סָדַר). Targ. Y. ib. 12:39; a. e.Part. pass. סְדִיר; f. סְדִירָא. Targ. Ps. 7:13 ranged. Pa. סַדֵּר 1) same. Targ. Gen. 22:9 (Y. ed. Vien. סָדר). Ib. 14:8 (O. ed. Amst. סְדָרוּ). Targ. Job 13:18 (ed. Wil. סְדַר); a. fr.Targ. Ps. 5:4 (v. preced.).Part. pass. מְסַדַּר. Targ. Y. Lev. 24:6 (not מְסַדֵּר). Targ. Y. Ex. 39:18; 37.Ber.13a התם נביא הוא דקא מְסַדֵּר לשבחיהוכ׳ there (Neh. 9:7 where Abram is used instead of Abraham) the prophet praises the Lord by referring to the past. Yoma 38b דהוה מְסַדֵּר אגדתא קמיה who reviewed before him the homiletic sayings according to a certain system; a. fr.Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d נקרוץ נְסַדֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ let us get up early and set in order those thorn-bushes (meaning, let us kill those men).Shebu.30b דמחזי כמאן דמְסַדּר דיניה Ms. M. (ed. דסִדַּר ליה לדיניה) he has the appearance of one whose case has been prearranged (with the judge; ed.: of one who has prearranged his case). 2) to allow exemption from seizure (v. preced.). B. Mets. 113b השתא … סַדּוּרֵי מְסַדְּרִינָן ליה since we order his pledge (which consists of necessaries) to be sold for his debt, how can we allow him an exemption (so as to leave him a certain amount from the money realized by the sale)? Ithpa. אִסְתַּדַּר to be arranged, (of prayers) to be offered. Targ. Job 36:19.

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  • 919 סוג

    סוּגch. sam(סוג Ito guard against trespassing a law, to make a prohibition more restrictive; to exaggerate). Targ. II Esth. 3:3 סָג יתיה (not סגיתיה).Part. סָיֵיג, סָיֵג. Targ. Hos. 2:8 כמא דסַיְגִין (missing in ed. Lag.).Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top יְסוּג תורעתך may the Lord fence in thy breach (guard thee from further trouble); Gen. R. s. 100. Y.Kidd.I, end, 61d; Y.Shebu.II, end, 33c, a. e. סָיְיגִין סייגה ותרעיןוכ׳ a fence is fenced around, and a breach broken into, i. e. the good are assisted by Providence in their good work, and the bad in their evil ways; וכיני סייגיןוכ׳ (not ובני) but is it right that the fence ?; Yalk. Prov. 935 סגיי סוגייא (corr. acc.).

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  • 920 סוּג

    סוּגch. sam(סוג Ito guard against trespassing a law, to make a prohibition more restrictive; to exaggerate). Targ. II Esth. 3:3 סָג יתיה (not סגיתיה).Part. סָיֵיג, סָיֵג. Targ. Hos. 2:8 כמא דסַיְגִין (missing in ed. Lag.).Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top יְסוּג תורעתך may the Lord fence in thy breach (guard thee from further trouble); Gen. R. s. 100. Y.Kidd.I, end, 61d; Y.Shebu.II, end, 33c, a. e. סָיְיגִין סייגה ותרעיןוכ׳ a fence is fenced around, and a breach broken into, i. e. the good are assisted by Providence in their good work, and the bad in their evil ways; וכיני סייגיןוכ׳ (not ובני) but is it right that the fence ?; Yalk. Prov. 935 סגיי סוגייא (corr. acc.).

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