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  • 921 סוד

    סוֹדm. (b. h.; cmp. סַד a. יָסַד) 1) foundation. Snh.92b סוֹדוֹ (Tanḥ. Noah 10 יסודו), v. מָקַק.Trnsf. principle. R. Hash. 20b ס׳ העיבור the Principle of Intercalation (title of a book). Ex. R. s. 15 ס׳ הלבנה the principle of the lunar calendar. 2) intimate union, circle, council. Y.R. Hash. II, 58b (ref. to Ez. 13:9) זהו ס׳ העיבור that means the council (of the Sanhedrin) for interealation; Keth.112a; Y.Snh.I, 18c bot. זה עיבור (corr. acc.). 3) deliberation, counsel. Erub.65a (ref. to the numerical value of י̇י̇ן̇ and ס̇ו̇ד̇) נכנס יין יצא ס׳ where the wine enters, counsel leaves; Snh.38a; Num. R. s. 10; s. 11. Ib. יצא יין נכנס ס׳ when the wine has left (where there is abstinence), deliberation enters. Ib. (ref. to Prov. 3:32) הוא נוזר … זוכה לס׳ החכמה he is abstinent …, therefore he is granted the counsel of divine wisdom. Ib. אנשי סוֹדוֹ the men of his (Gods) counsel, i. e. his friends. Pes.113a (play on ס̇ו̇דנ̇א̇) ס̇ו̇ד̇ נ̇א̇הוכ׳ (beer-brewing is) a profitable device and a charity (requiring a very small capital); a. e. 4) secret. Ib. 49b אין מגלין להן ס׳ we must not entrust a secret to them. Ḥag.14a הקב״ה מגלה להם ס׳וכ׳ the Lord shall reveal a secret (solve mysteries) to them in the hereafter. Yeb.63b (fr. Ben Sira) גַּלֵּה ס׳וכ׳ reveal a secret to one out of thousand; a. e.

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  • 922 סוֹד

    סוֹדm. (b. h.; cmp. סַד a. יָסַד) 1) foundation. Snh.92b סוֹדוֹ (Tanḥ. Noah 10 יסודו), v. מָקַק.Trnsf. principle. R. Hash. 20b ס׳ העיבור the Principle of Intercalation (title of a book). Ex. R. s. 15 ס׳ הלבנה the principle of the lunar calendar. 2) intimate union, circle, council. Y.R. Hash. II, 58b (ref. to Ez. 13:9) זהו ס׳ העיבור that means the council (of the Sanhedrin) for interealation; Keth.112a; Y.Snh.I, 18c bot. זה עיבור (corr. acc.). 3) deliberation, counsel. Erub.65a (ref. to the numerical value of י̇י̇ן̇ and ס̇ו̇ד̇) נכנס יין יצא ס׳ where the wine enters, counsel leaves; Snh.38a; Num. R. s. 10; s. 11. Ib. יצא יין נכנס ס׳ when the wine has left (where there is abstinence), deliberation enters. Ib. (ref. to Prov. 3:32) הוא נוזר … זוכה לס׳ החכמה he is abstinent …, therefore he is granted the counsel of divine wisdom. Ib. אנשי סוֹדוֹ the men of his (Gods) counsel, i. e. his friends. Pes.113a (play on ס̇ו̇דנ̇א̇) ס̇ו̇ד̇ נ̇א̇הוכ׳ (beer-brewing is) a profitable device and a charity (requiring a very small capital); a. e. 4) secret. Ib. 49b אין מגלין להן ס׳ we must not entrust a secret to them. Ḥag.14a הקב״ה מגלה להם ס׳וכ׳ the Lord shall reveal a secret (solve mysteries) to them in the hereafter. Yeb.63b (fr. Ben Sira) גַּלֵּה ס׳וכ׳ reveal a secret to one out of thousand; a. e.

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  • 923 סודרא

    סוּדָרָא, סוּדְרָא,ch. sam(סודר sudarium). Targ. Ruth 3:15 (h. text מטפחת). Targ. Y. Ex. 34:33, sq. (h. text מסוה). Targ. Y. Lev. 20:10 שינוק ס׳וכ׳ strangulation with a twisted scarf (v. Snh.VII, 2 quot. in preced.); Targ. Y. Ex. 21:15; a. fr.Ab. Zar.4a רמו ליה ס׳וכ׳ they twisted a scarf around his neck and tortured him. Ber.51a (expl. עיטוף) פריס ס׳וכ׳ spread the scarf over his head; a. e.Esp. turban. Pes.111b סוּדְרֵיה דמר כיוכ׳ your turban looks like that of a scholar, yet I am sure you do not know the benediction (on putting it on: עוטר ישראל בתפארה). Sabb.77b (playful etymology) ס̇ו̇ד̇ר̇א̇ ס̇וֹד̇ה׳ ליר̇א̇יו ‘the secret of the Lord is revealed to those that fear him (the turban being the scholars apparel); a. e.

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  • 924 סוּדָרָא

    סוּדָרָא, סוּדְרָא,ch. sam(סודר sudarium). Targ. Ruth 3:15 (h. text מטפחת). Targ. Y. Ex. 34:33, sq. (h. text מסוה). Targ. Y. Lev. 20:10 שינוק ס׳וכ׳ strangulation with a twisted scarf (v. Snh.VII, 2 quot. in preced.); Targ. Y. Ex. 21:15; a. fr.Ab. Zar.4a רמו ליה ס׳וכ׳ they twisted a scarf around his neck and tortured him. Ber.51a (expl. עיטוף) פריס ס׳וכ׳ spread the scarf over his head; a. e.Esp. turban. Pes.111b סוּדְרֵיה דמר כיוכ׳ your turban looks like that of a scholar, yet I am sure you do not know the benediction (on putting it on: עוטר ישראל בתפארה). Sabb.77b (playful etymology) ס̇ו̇ד̇ר̇א̇ ס̇וֹד̇ה׳ ליר̇א̇יו ‘the secret of the Lord is revealed to those that fear him (the turban being the scholars apparel); a. e.

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  • 925 סוּדְרָא

    סוּדָרָא, סוּדְרָא,ch. sam(סודר sudarium). Targ. Ruth 3:15 (h. text מטפחת). Targ. Y. Ex. 34:33, sq. (h. text מסוה). Targ. Y. Lev. 20:10 שינוק ס׳וכ׳ strangulation with a twisted scarf (v. Snh.VII, 2 quot. in preced.); Targ. Y. Ex. 21:15; a. fr.Ab. Zar.4a רמו ליה ס׳וכ׳ they twisted a scarf around his neck and tortured him. Ber.51a (expl. עיטוף) פריס ס׳וכ׳ spread the scarf over his head; a. e.Esp. turban. Pes.111b סוּדְרֵיה דמר כיוכ׳ your turban looks like that of a scholar, yet I am sure you do not know the benediction (on putting it on: עוטר ישראל בתפארה). Sabb.77b (playful etymology) ס̇ו̇ד̇ר̇א̇ ס̇וֹד̇ה׳ ליר̇א̇יו ‘the secret of the Lord is revealed to those that fear him (the turban being the scholars apparel); a. e.

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  • 926 סולייס

    סוֹלְיָיסm. ( solea, accus. pl.) sole, slipper without heels. Yeb.103b, a. e. Ar., v. מְסוּלְיָיס. Kel. XXVI, 4 (not סוליים). Y.Sabb.I, 3c top (ref. to Ps. 111:10, a. Prov. 22:4) מה … עשת ענוה עקב לסוּלְיָיסָהּ that (fear of the Lord) which Wisdom makes the crown of her head, Humility makes the imprint of her shoe; Yalk. Prov. 960 עשתה ענוה סוליית לרגלה (corr. acc.) Humility makes the shoe of her foot.Hebr. adapt.: סוֹלִּית (as if from סָלַל II). Tanḥ. Bresh. 1 סוֹלִּיתָה ענוהוכ׳ the Law,her shoe (footprint) is humility, her crown, fear.

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  • 927 סוֹלְיָיס

    סוֹלְיָיסm. ( solea, accus. pl.) sole, slipper without heels. Yeb.103b, a. e. Ar., v. מְסוּלְיָיס. Kel. XXVI, 4 (not סוליים). Y.Sabb.I, 3c top (ref. to Ps. 111:10, a. Prov. 22:4) מה … עשת ענוה עקב לסוּלְיָיסָהּ that (fear of the Lord) which Wisdom makes the crown of her head, Humility makes the imprint of her shoe; Yalk. Prov. 960 עשתה ענוה סוליית לרגלה (corr. acc.) Humility makes the shoe of her foot.Hebr. adapt.: סוֹלִּית (as if from סָלַל II). Tanḥ. Bresh. 1 סוֹלִּיתָה ענוהוכ׳ the Law,her shoe (footprint) is humility, her crown, fear.

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  • 928 סולם

    סוֹלָּםm. (b. h. סֻלָּם; סָלַל II) 1) ascent, ladder. B. Bath.III, 6, v. מִצְרִי II. Gen. R. s. 68 בו עולים ויורדים בס׳ bo (Gen. 28:12), that is, they went up and down the ladder. Ib. סְלָּם זה סיני sullam (whose numerical value is 110) is Sinai; a. fr.סוּלָּמָהּ של צור the Ladder of Tyre (Scala Tyriorum), a promontory south of Tyre. Y.Ab. Zar. I, 40a bot.; a. e.Pl. סוּלָּמוֹת. Gen. R. l. c. הקב״ה יושב ועושה ס׳וכ׳ the Lord makes ladders, causing one to go down, the other to rise (on the social scale). Sabb.26a מס׳ של צורוכ׳ from the Promontory of Tyre (along the sea-coast) to Haifa. Ruth R. to IV, 21 (play on שַׂלְמוֹן) עד כאן עשו ס׳ לנשיאיםוכ׳ thus far they made ladders for princes (the genealogical tree of chiefs), from now (Salmon) they made ladders for kings; a. fr. 2) a yoke in the shape of a ladder, put on the ass to prevent him from scratching a sore. Sabb.V, 4 (54b), v. לוֹעָא 3) a sort of hem, chainstitch. Y.M. Kat. III, 83d, v. קֶפֶשׂ.Pl. as ab. Bab. ib. 26b הקורע … מתוך הס׳ he who rends his garment (in mourning) where it has been mended with chain-stitches after a previous rent.

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  • 929 סוֹלָּם

    סוֹלָּםm. (b. h. סֻלָּם; סָלַל II) 1) ascent, ladder. B. Bath.III, 6, v. מִצְרִי II. Gen. R. s. 68 בו עולים ויורדים בס׳ bo (Gen. 28:12), that is, they went up and down the ladder. Ib. סְלָּם זה סיני sullam (whose numerical value is 110) is Sinai; a. fr.סוּלָּמָהּ של צור the Ladder of Tyre (Scala Tyriorum), a promontory south of Tyre. Y.Ab. Zar. I, 40a bot.; a. e.Pl. סוּלָּמוֹת. Gen. R. l. c. הקב״ה יושב ועושה ס׳וכ׳ the Lord makes ladders, causing one to go down, the other to rise (on the social scale). Sabb.26a מס׳ של צורוכ׳ from the Promontory of Tyre (along the sea-coast) to Haifa. Ruth R. to IV, 21 (play on שַׂלְמוֹן) עד כאן עשו ס׳ לנשיאיםוכ׳ thus far they made ladders for princes (the genealogical tree of chiefs), from now (Salmon) they made ladders for kings; a. fr. 2) a yoke in the shape of a ladder, put on the ass to prevent him from scratching a sore. Sabb.V, 4 (54b), v. לוֹעָא 3) a sort of hem, chainstitch. Y.M. Kat. III, 83d, v. קֶפֶשׂ.Pl. as ab. Bab. ib. 26b הקורע … מתוך הס׳ he who rends his garment (in mourning) where it has been mended with chain-stitches after a previous rent.

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  • 930 סום

    סוּם, סִיםch. sam( Nithpa. נִסְתַּיֵּים to be marked, defined). Targ. O. Lev. 19:14 תְסִים ed. Berl. (oth. ed. תְשֵׂים); a. e.Part. סָאֵים, סָאֵם, סָיַים, סָיֵם. Targ. Prov. 6:27. Ib. 26:24. Ib. 11:15.V. שׂוּםGitt.56b הוה סיים חדוכ׳ he had tied (put on) one shoe. Taan.22a הוה סייםוכ׳ used to wear black shoes; a. e. Pa. סַיֵּים 1) same, esp. to put on shoes (cmp. Ez. 24:17). Gitt. l. c. בעא למְסַיְּימָאוכ׳ he wanted to put on the other shoe. Taan.12b דמסַיְּימֵי מסנייהווכ׳ that they wear their shoes and come to the fast-meeting. Ib. כי מסיימיוכ׳, v. אַפַּנְתָּא; a. e. 2) to mark, define. Y.Sabb.VI, 8c bot. סַיְּימוּן וכןוכ׳ they marked (the time), and so it was.Part. pass. מְסַיַּים. B. Bath. 100a דמְסיְּימָן מחיצתא when the partitions are distinctly defined; a. e. 3) to finish. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:18 Tosefta (ed. מחסיל).Meg.25a סַיַּימְתִּינְחוּ לשבחיהוכ׳ hast thou exhausted all the praises of the Lord? Ber.12a פתח … דשכרא וס׳ בדחמרא he began the benediction under the impression that it was beer, and closed with the benediction over wine. Ib. 17a כי הוה מְסַיֵּים צלותיהוכ׳ when he closed his prayer, he said B. Mets.76b סַיְּימוּהָ קמיה they cited it (the Boraitha) before him to the end; a. fr.Part. pass. as ab. Cant. R. to I, 11 מְסַיְּימָה, v. חֲתַם.Targ. Y. I Deut. 8:9 מסימין, v. חֲסַם. Ithpa. אִסְתַּיֵּים 1) to be marked named. Ab. Zar.16b, a. e. מינאי ומינך תִּסְתַּיֵּים שמעתתא this tradition will be named from myself and from thee. 2) to be concluded, proved. Sabb.31b תסתיים דר׳וכ׳ it can be conclusively proved that it was R. … who said ; תסתיים it is proved.

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  • 931 סים

    סוּם, סִיםch. sam( Nithpa. נִסְתַּיֵּים to be marked, defined). Targ. O. Lev. 19:14 תְסִים ed. Berl. (oth. ed. תְשֵׂים); a. e.Part. סָאֵים, סָאֵם, סָיַים, סָיֵם. Targ. Prov. 6:27. Ib. 26:24. Ib. 11:15.V. שׂוּםGitt.56b הוה סיים חדוכ׳ he had tied (put on) one shoe. Taan.22a הוה סייםוכ׳ used to wear black shoes; a. e. Pa. סַיֵּים 1) same, esp. to put on shoes (cmp. Ez. 24:17). Gitt. l. c. בעא למְסַיְּימָאוכ׳ he wanted to put on the other shoe. Taan.12b דמסַיְּימֵי מסנייהווכ׳ that they wear their shoes and come to the fast-meeting. Ib. כי מסיימיוכ׳, v. אַפַּנְתָּא; a. e. 2) to mark, define. Y.Sabb.VI, 8c bot. סַיְּימוּן וכןוכ׳ they marked (the time), and so it was.Part. pass. מְסַיַּים. B. Bath. 100a דמְסיְּימָן מחיצתא when the partitions are distinctly defined; a. e. 3) to finish. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:18 Tosefta (ed. מחסיל).Meg.25a סַיַּימְתִּינְחוּ לשבחיהוכ׳ hast thou exhausted all the praises of the Lord? Ber.12a פתח … דשכרא וס׳ בדחמרא he began the benediction under the impression that it was beer, and closed with the benediction over wine. Ib. 17a כי הוה מְסַיֵּים צלותיהוכ׳ when he closed his prayer, he said B. Mets.76b סַיְּימוּהָ קמיה they cited it (the Boraitha) before him to the end; a. fr.Part. pass. as ab. Cant. R. to I, 11 מְסַיְּימָה, v. חֲתַם.Targ. Y. I Deut. 8:9 מסימין, v. חֲסַם. Ithpa. אִסְתַּיֵּים 1) to be marked named. Ab. Zar.16b, a. e. מינאי ומינך תִּסְתַּיֵּים שמעתתא this tradition will be named from myself and from thee. 2) to be concluded, proved. Sabb.31b תסתיים דר׳וכ׳ it can be conclusively proved that it was R. … who said ; תסתיים it is proved.

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  • 932 סוּם

    סוּם, סִיםch. sam( Nithpa. נִסְתַּיֵּים to be marked, defined). Targ. O. Lev. 19:14 תְסִים ed. Berl. (oth. ed. תְשֵׂים); a. e.Part. סָאֵים, סָאֵם, סָיַים, סָיֵם. Targ. Prov. 6:27. Ib. 26:24. Ib. 11:15.V. שׂוּםGitt.56b הוה סיים חדוכ׳ he had tied (put on) one shoe. Taan.22a הוה סייםוכ׳ used to wear black shoes; a. e. Pa. סַיֵּים 1) same, esp. to put on shoes (cmp. Ez. 24:17). Gitt. l. c. בעא למְסַיְּימָאוכ׳ he wanted to put on the other shoe. Taan.12b דמסַיְּימֵי מסנייהווכ׳ that they wear their shoes and come to the fast-meeting. Ib. כי מסיימיוכ׳, v. אַפַּנְתָּא; a. e. 2) to mark, define. Y.Sabb.VI, 8c bot. סַיְּימוּן וכןוכ׳ they marked (the time), and so it was.Part. pass. מְסַיַּים. B. Bath. 100a דמְסיְּימָן מחיצתא when the partitions are distinctly defined; a. e. 3) to finish. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:18 Tosefta (ed. מחסיל).Meg.25a סַיַּימְתִּינְחוּ לשבחיהוכ׳ hast thou exhausted all the praises of the Lord? Ber.12a פתח … דשכרא וס׳ בדחמרא he began the benediction under the impression that it was beer, and closed with the benediction over wine. Ib. 17a כי הוה מְסַיֵּים צלותיהוכ׳ when he closed his prayer, he said B. Mets.76b סַיְּימוּהָ קמיה they cited it (the Boraitha) before him to the end; a. fr.Part. pass. as ab. Cant. R. to I, 11 מְסַיְּימָה, v. חֲתַם.Targ. Y. I Deut. 8:9 מסימין, v. חֲסַם. Ithpa. אִסְתַּיֵּים 1) to be marked named. Ab. Zar.16b, a. e. מינאי ומינך תִּסְתַּיֵּים שמעתתא this tradition will be named from myself and from thee. 2) to be concluded, proved. Sabb.31b תסתיים דר׳וכ׳ it can be conclusively proved that it was R. … who said ; תסתיים it is proved.

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  • 933 סִים

    סוּם, סִיםch. sam( Nithpa. נִסְתַּיֵּים to be marked, defined). Targ. O. Lev. 19:14 תְסִים ed. Berl. (oth. ed. תְשֵׂים); a. e.Part. סָאֵים, סָאֵם, סָיַים, סָיֵם. Targ. Prov. 6:27. Ib. 26:24. Ib. 11:15.V. שׂוּםGitt.56b הוה סיים חדוכ׳ he had tied (put on) one shoe. Taan.22a הוה סייםוכ׳ used to wear black shoes; a. e. Pa. סַיֵּים 1) same, esp. to put on shoes (cmp. Ez. 24:17). Gitt. l. c. בעא למְסַיְּימָאוכ׳ he wanted to put on the other shoe. Taan.12b דמסַיְּימֵי מסנייהווכ׳ that they wear their shoes and come to the fast-meeting. Ib. כי מסיימיוכ׳, v. אַפַּנְתָּא; a. e. 2) to mark, define. Y.Sabb.VI, 8c bot. סַיְּימוּן וכןוכ׳ they marked (the time), and so it was.Part. pass. מְסַיַּים. B. Bath. 100a דמְסיְּימָן מחיצתא when the partitions are distinctly defined; a. e. 3) to finish. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:18 Tosefta (ed. מחסיל).Meg.25a סַיַּימְתִּינְחוּ לשבחיהוכ׳ hast thou exhausted all the praises of the Lord? Ber.12a פתח … דשכרא וס׳ בדחמרא he began the benediction under the impression that it was beer, and closed with the benediction over wine. Ib. 17a כי הוה מְסַיֵּים צלותיהוכ׳ when he closed his prayer, he said B. Mets.76b סַיְּימוּהָ קמיה they cited it (the Boraitha) before him to the end; a. fr.Part. pass. as ab. Cant. R. to I, 11 מְסַיְּימָה, v. חֲתַם.Targ. Y. I Deut. 8:9 מסימין, v. חֲסַם. Ithpa. אִסְתַּיֵּים 1) to be marked named. Ab. Zar.16b, a. e. מינאי ומינך תִּסְתַּיֵּים שמעתתא this tradition will be named from myself and from thee. 2) to be concluded, proved. Sabb.31b תסתיים דר׳וכ׳ it can be conclusively proved that it was R. … who said ; תסתיים it is proved.

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  • 934 סומא I

    סוּמָאI m. (preced.) blind, blind man. Hag. 1:1. Ib. 2a ס׳ באחת מעיניו blind in one eye. Taan.21a ס׳ משתי עיניו blind in both eyes. Ex. R. s. 36 פקח וס׳ שהיווכ׳ a seeing and a blind man that were walking B. Bath.12b; Nidd.20b כס׳ בארובה, v. אֲרוּבָּה; a. fr.Pl. סוּמִים, סוּמִין Gen. R. s. 53 בשעה … הרבה ס׳ נתפתחו when Sarah was remembered, many childless women were remembered with her, … many blind persons had their eyes opened. Ib. (ref. to Gen. 21:19) הכל בחזקת ס׳ עדוכ׳ all men are to be considered as blind, until the Lord opens their eyes. Snh.34b שלא בס׳ cannot be performed by blind persons; a. fr. Fem. סוּמָא, סוּמָה. Keth.17a הרי … או ס׳ suppose the bride is lame or blind. Y.Sot.II, end, 18b הוא סומא היא ס׳ whether he (the husband) be blind, or she, (the law is the same). Ḥull.139b; a. fr.(Ch. סוֹמָא, v. סַמְיָא.

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  • 935 סוּמָא

    סוּמָאI m. (preced.) blind, blind man. Hag. 1:1. Ib. 2a ס׳ באחת מעיניו blind in one eye. Taan.21a ס׳ משתי עיניו blind in both eyes. Ex. R. s. 36 פקח וס׳ שהיווכ׳ a seeing and a blind man that were walking B. Bath.12b; Nidd.20b כס׳ בארובה, v. אֲרוּבָּה; a. fr.Pl. סוּמִים, סוּמִין Gen. R. s. 53 בשעה … הרבה ס׳ נתפתחו when Sarah was remembered, many childless women were remembered with her, … many blind persons had their eyes opened. Ib. (ref. to Gen. 21:19) הכל בחזקת ס׳ עדוכ׳ all men are to be considered as blind, until the Lord opens their eyes. Snh.34b שלא בס׳ cannot be performed by blind persons; a. fr. Fem. סוּמָא, סוּמָה. Keth.17a הרי … או ס׳ suppose the bride is lame or blind. Y.Sot.II, end, 18b הוא סומא היא ס׳ whether he (the husband) be blind, or she, (the law is the same). Ḥull.139b; a. fr.(Ch. סוֹמָא, v. סַמְיָא.

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  • 936 סטטיונר

    סְטַטְיֹונָרm. (stationarius) station-master, police officer. Gen. R. s. 26 הק״בה עושה … ס׳ שלהם the Lord will make the angel of death their (the nations) officer (in the place of tyrants like Pharaoh &c); (‘Rashi: מיטוטר, v. מִיטָטֹור;) Yalk. Is. 295 אִסְטַטְיֹו׳. Ex. R. s. 51 ס׳ בראתיךוכ׳ I have created thee (the angel of death) a stationarius for Pl. סְטַטְיֹונָרִין, אִסְט׳, אִיסְטַ׳. Cant. R. to VII, 1 (not … רון), v. אִיסְטַטְיֹון.

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  • 937 סְטַטְיֹונָר

    סְטַטְיֹונָרm. (stationarius) station-master, police officer. Gen. R. s. 26 הק״בה עושה … ס׳ שלהם the Lord will make the angel of death their (the nations) officer (in the place of tyrants like Pharaoh &c); (‘Rashi: מיטוטר, v. מִיטָטֹור;) Yalk. Is. 295 אִסְטַטְיֹו׳. Ex. R. s. 51 ס׳ בראתיךוכ׳ I have created thee (the angel of death) a stationarius for Pl. סְטַטְיֹונָרִין, אִסְט׳, אִיסְטַ׳. Cant. R. to VII, 1 (not … רון), v. אִיסְטַטְיֹון.

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  • 938 סיבק

    סִיבַקm. (sebaceus) tallow-candle. Midr. Till. to Ps. 90 (read:) מה בוצין טב קומוי מה ס׳ טב קומויוכ׳ (ed. סומבק, סימבק) of what good is a lamp before Him, of what good is a tallow-candle before Him?Moses, a being of flesh and blood, dares to come before the Lord, who is all fire ; Yalk. Ps. 841 סיב קמלפי (corr. acc.).Pl. סִיבְקִין, סִבְ׳. Ex. R. s. 36 קריונין וס׳ wax and tallow-candles.

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  • 939 סִיבַק

    סִיבַקm. (sebaceus) tallow-candle. Midr. Till. to Ps. 90 (read:) מה בוצין טב קומוי מה ס׳ טב קומויוכ׳ (ed. סומבק, סימבק) of what good is a lamp before Him, of what good is a tallow-candle before Him?Moses, a being of flesh and blood, dares to come before the Lord, who is all fire ; Yalk. Ps. 841 סיב קמלפי (corr. acc.).Pl. סִיבְקִין, סִבְ׳. Ex. R. s. 36 קריונין וס׳ wax and tallow-candles.

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  • 940 סיגנום

    סִיגְנוּם, סִיגְנוֹן, סִגְ׳m. (signum, σίγνον S.) 1) sign, ensign, banner. Gen. R. s. 6, end ספר משנה תורה היה ס׳ ליהושעוכ׳ (Ar. ed. Koh. סגנם, read סגנום) the Book of Deuteronomy was to Joshua a (commanders) banner; … he took it up and showed it to the sun ; Yalk. Josh. 22 שגנז יהושע) (corr. acc.). Ex. R. s. 45 נטל סגנוס שלוכ׳ (some ed. סגנם; corr. acc.) the commander (of the mutinous legion) took the royal ensign and fled.; Yalk. Ex. 394 סִיגְנִין (pl.); Tanḥ. ed. Bub., Ki Thissa 15; Ylamd. to Num. 10:2, quot. in Ar. נטלו סִגְנִיםוכ׳ they (the singulares, v. סִנְגְּלָרִין) took the ensigns Pl. סִוגְנִים, סִיגְנִין, סִגְ׳ (v. supra); סִיגְנִיּוֹת, סִגְ׳. Cant. R. to I, 9 נטל ס׳ שלהםוכ׳ the Lord took away their (the Egyptians) ensigns ; Yalk. Ex. 232; Tanḥ. Bshall. 23 סגיונות (some ed. סגניניות, corr. acc.); Mekh. Bshall., s. 2 מגפות (Var. מגניות, corr. acc.; v. מְנָפָה); Y.Sot.VIII, 22b bot. והפיל סיגנם שלהן (corr. acc., or סיגנום).Midr. Till. to Ps. 20, end מכיר דגלו מתוך סגנין שלו ed. Bub., not סגנון; oth. ed. דגליו מכל סְגָנָיו, read: דגלו מתוך ס׳) recognises his regiment by its colors; Yalk. Ps. 681 סימנין.Tosef.Ab. Zar. V (VI), 1 הסיגנין some ed., read with ed. Zuck. הטִיגָּנִין. 2) watchword, signal. Snh.89a ס׳ אחד עולה … בס׳ אחד the same watchword (divine oracle) is passed to many prophets, but no two prophets prophesy under the same watchword (use the very same expressions). 3) sign in the heavens, constellation; v. אִסְטגְנֵין.

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