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  • 981 סנטי׳

    סַנְטֵרָא, סַנְטֵי׳,(סַנְטוֹ׳), ch. sam( סַנְטֵר, סַנְטֵיר m. (preced.) the fields around the town), 1) guardsman, bailiff Koh. R. to IV, 8 בלשאצר ס׳ דבבל Belshazzar, governor of Babylon. Lev. R. s. 34 אתנסיבה לס׳ דקרתא she married the guardsman of the town; Yalk. Is. 352; Gen. R. s. 17 סנטרין (corr. acc.); Y.Keth.XI, 34b bot. לטסורא (corr. acc.). Pesik. Haʿom., p. 69b> (ref. to Jer. 5:24 ישטר לנו) סַנְטֵרָךְ אנאוכ׳ I (the Lord) am thy guardsman (guarding thy crops), and wilt thou not give me my guards pay (tithes)?; Pesik. R. s. 18; Koh. R. to I, 3 סנטורך; Lev. R. s. 28. Pesik. Ekhah, p. 120b> ריש מטרתא וס׳ the chief of the town guard and the bailiff; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2); a. e.Pl. סַנְטֵרַיָּא, סַנְטֵרִין, סַנְטֵי׳, (סַנְטוֹ׳). Y.Shebi.IV, 35b top חמוניה ס׳וכ׳ the field watchmen saw him (eat of the fruit) and began to strike him. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c סַנְטוֹרֵי קרתא the guardsmen of the town (Pesik. l. c. ריש מטרתא וסנטרא, v. supra); a. e. 2) (only in pl.) upper garments, outer clothing, walking dress. Gen. R. s. 100 נפיק … סַנְטֵרוֹי came forth to meet him dressed in his upper garments (although a mourner); מאי סנטרוי מאניןוכ׳ what do you mean by ‘his sanṭer in? Garments which showed no rents; Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top לביש סַנְטֵירַיָּה, expl. מאנין דלא חפיתין, v. חֲפַת.(Gen. R. s. 67 סנטרי׳, סנטרוי, v. סַנְטוּרֵי.

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  • 982 סַנְטֵרָא

    סַנְטֵרָא, סַנְטֵי׳,(סַנְטוֹ׳), ch. sam( סַנְטֵר, סַנְטֵיר m. (preced.) the fields around the town), 1) guardsman, bailiff Koh. R. to IV, 8 בלשאצר ס׳ דבבל Belshazzar, governor of Babylon. Lev. R. s. 34 אתנסיבה לס׳ דקרתא she married the guardsman of the town; Yalk. Is. 352; Gen. R. s. 17 סנטרין (corr. acc.); Y.Keth.XI, 34b bot. לטסורא (corr. acc.). Pesik. Haʿom., p. 69b> (ref. to Jer. 5:24 ישטר לנו) סַנְטֵרָךְ אנאוכ׳ I (the Lord) am thy guardsman (guarding thy crops), and wilt thou not give me my guards pay (tithes)?; Pesik. R. s. 18; Koh. R. to I, 3 סנטורך; Lev. R. s. 28. Pesik. Ekhah, p. 120b> ריש מטרתא וס׳ the chief of the town guard and the bailiff; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2); a. e.Pl. סַנְטֵרַיָּא, סַנְטֵרִין, סַנְטֵי׳, (סַנְטוֹ׳). Y.Shebi.IV, 35b top חמוניה ס׳וכ׳ the field watchmen saw him (eat of the fruit) and began to strike him. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c סַנְטוֹרֵי קרתא the guardsmen of the town (Pesik. l. c. ריש מטרתא וסנטרא, v. supra); a. e. 2) (only in pl.) upper garments, outer clothing, walking dress. Gen. R. s. 100 נפיק … סַנְטֵרוֹי came forth to meet him dressed in his upper garments (although a mourner); מאי סנטרוי מאניןוכ׳ what do you mean by ‘his sanṭer in? Garments which showed no rents; Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top לביש סַנְטֵירַיָּה, expl. מאנין דלא חפיתין, v. חֲפַת.(Gen. R. s. 67 סנטרי׳, סנטרוי, v. סַנְטוּרֵי.

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  • 983 סַנְטֵי׳

    סַנְטֵרָא, סַנְטֵי׳,(סַנְטוֹ׳), ch. sam( סַנְטֵר, סַנְטֵיר m. (preced.) the fields around the town), 1) guardsman, bailiff Koh. R. to IV, 8 בלשאצר ס׳ דבבל Belshazzar, governor of Babylon. Lev. R. s. 34 אתנסיבה לס׳ דקרתא she married the guardsman of the town; Yalk. Is. 352; Gen. R. s. 17 סנטרין (corr. acc.); Y.Keth.XI, 34b bot. לטסורא (corr. acc.). Pesik. Haʿom., p. 69b> (ref. to Jer. 5:24 ישטר לנו) סַנְטֵרָךְ אנאוכ׳ I (the Lord) am thy guardsman (guarding thy crops), and wilt thou not give me my guards pay (tithes)?; Pesik. R. s. 18; Koh. R. to I, 3 סנטורך; Lev. R. s. 28. Pesik. Ekhah, p. 120b> ריש מטרתא וס׳ the chief of the town guard and the bailiff; Lam. R. introd. (R. Abba 2); a. e.Pl. סַנְטֵרַיָּא, סַנְטֵרִין, סַנְטֵי׳, (סַנְטוֹ׳). Y.Shebi.IV, 35b top חמוניה ס׳וכ׳ the field watchmen saw him (eat of the fruit) and began to strike him. Y. Ḥag.I, 76c סַנְטוֹרֵי קרתא the guardsmen of the town (Pesik. l. c. ריש מטרתא וסנטרא, v. supra); a. e. 2) (only in pl.) upper garments, outer clothing, walking dress. Gen. R. s. 100 נפיק … סַנְטֵרוֹי came forth to meet him dressed in his upper garments (although a mourner); מאי סנטרוי מאניןוכ׳ what do you mean by ‘his sanṭer in? Garments which showed no rents; Y.M. Kat. III, 83c top לביש סַנְטֵירַיָּה, expl. מאנין דלא חפיתין, v. חֲפַת.(Gen. R. s. 67 סנטרי׳, סנטרוי, v. סַנְטוּרֵי.

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  • 984 סעד

    סְעַד, סַעֲדָאI ch. 1) same, support, assistance. Targ. 1 Kings 10:12 סעד Bxt. (ed. סְעִיד). Targ. Gen. 21:20; a. fr.Lam. R. to II, 2 ברייא בסַעֲדֵיכון מן אלין the Lord help you against these (Romans); (Y.Taan.IV, 69a ברייכון סְעוֹדִינְכוֹן, סְעוֹדוּנ׳).Pl. סַעֲדִין, constr. סַעֲדֵי. Targ. Y. Lev. 26:26 (v. סָעַד). 2) food. Targ. Ruth 2:14. 3) סַעֲדִין root of the Cyperus Rotundus. Gen. R. s. 72 (expl. דודאים, Gen. 30:14) ס׳ Ar. (ed. שעורין).

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  • 985 סעדא I

    סְעַד, סַעֲדָאI ch. 1) same, support, assistance. Targ. 1 Kings 10:12 סעד Bxt. (ed. סְעִיד). Targ. Gen. 21:20; a. fr.Lam. R. to II, 2 ברייא בסַעֲדֵיכון מן אלין the Lord help you against these (Romans); (Y.Taan.IV, 69a ברייכון סְעוֹדִינְכוֹן, סְעוֹדוּנ׳).Pl. סַעֲדִין, constr. סַעֲדֵי. Targ. Y. Lev. 26:26 (v. סָעַד). 2) food. Targ. Ruth 2:14. 3) סַעֲדִין root of the Cyperus Rotundus. Gen. R. s. 72 (expl. דודאים, Gen. 30:14) ס׳ Ar. (ed. שעורין).

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  • 986 סְעַד

    סְעַד, סַעֲדָאI ch. 1) same, support, assistance. Targ. 1 Kings 10:12 סעד Bxt. (ed. סְעִיד). Targ. Gen. 21:20; a. fr.Lam. R. to II, 2 ברייא בסַעֲדֵיכון מן אלין the Lord help you against these (Romans); (Y.Taan.IV, 69a ברייכון סְעוֹדִינְכוֹן, סְעוֹדוּנ׳).Pl. סַעֲדִין, constr. סַעֲדֵי. Targ. Y. Lev. 26:26 (v. סָעַד). 2) food. Targ. Ruth 2:14. 3) סַעֲדִין root of the Cyperus Rotundus. Gen. R. s. 72 (expl. דודאים, Gen. 30:14) ס׳ Ar. (ed. שעורין).

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  • 987 סַעֲדָא

    סְעַד, סַעֲדָאI ch. 1) same, support, assistance. Targ. 1 Kings 10:12 סעד Bxt. (ed. סְעִיד). Targ. Gen. 21:20; a. fr.Lam. R. to II, 2 ברייא בסַעֲדֵיכון מן אלין the Lord help you against these (Romans); (Y.Taan.IV, 69a ברייכון סְעוֹדִינְכוֹן, סְעוֹדוּנ׳).Pl. סַעֲדִין, constr. סַעֲדֵי. Targ. Y. Lev. 26:26 (v. סָעַד). 2) food. Targ. Ruth 2:14. 3) סַעֲדִין root of the Cyperus Rotundus. Gen. R. s. 72 (expl. דודאים, Gen. 30:14) ס׳ Ar. (ed. שעורין).

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  • 988 סער I

    סָעַר I (cmp. סוּר) to go around; to visit. Sabb.12b מנין שהקב״ה סֹועֵר את החולה Ms. M. (Ar. סר; ed. שהשכינה סועד) whence is it proven that the Lord visits the sick?Answ. ref. to יסעדנו (Ps. 41:4), (to which is added in Ar.: קרי ביה יִסְעָרֶנּוּ read it yisʿarennu ‘shall visit him).

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  • 989 סער II

    סָעַרII (b. h.; cmp. ערר) to be rough; to be in commotion. Pi. סִיעֵר to stir up, to blow. Kil. V, 7 וסִיעַרְתֹּו הרוח לאחריו and the wind drove the seed backward; Tosef. ib. III, 12 סייתו, סייעתו, הסעורתו ed. Zuck. (corr. acc., v. infra). B. Bath.25a (ref. to שעירם, Deut. 32:2) זו … שמְסָעֶרֶתוכ׳ that is the east wind which stirs up the whole world like a saʿir (demon); (Sifré Deut. 306 שמשחידוכ׳; Yalk. ib. 942 שמשחרת which makes the sky black like goats. Hif. הִסְעִיר same. Tosef. l. c. והסעורתו, read: יהִסְעִירָתֹו, v. supra. Num. R. s. 9 (play on שְׂעֹרִים, Num. 5:15) והִסְעִירָםהב״הוכ׳ (not והסעידה) and the Lord scattered them among the nations (with ref. to Zech. 7:14).

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  • 990 סָעַר

    סָעַרII (b. h.; cmp. ערר) to be rough; to be in commotion. Pi. סִיעֵר to stir up, to blow. Kil. V, 7 וסִיעַרְתֹּו הרוח לאחריו and the wind drove the seed backward; Tosef. ib. III, 12 סייתו, סייעתו, הסעורתו ed. Zuck. (corr. acc., v. infra). B. Bath.25a (ref. to שעירם, Deut. 32:2) זו … שמְסָעֶרֶתוכ׳ that is the east wind which stirs up the whole world like a saʿir (demon); (Sifré Deut. 306 שמשחידוכ׳; Yalk. ib. 942 שמשחרת which makes the sky black like goats. Hif. הִסְעִיר same. Tosef. l. c. והסעורתו, read: יהִסְעִירָתֹו, v. supra. Num. R. s. 9 (play on שְׂעֹרִים, Num. 5:15) והִסְעִירָםהב״הוכ׳ (not והסעידה) and the Lord scattered them among the nations (with ref. to Zech. 7:14).

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  • 991 סערה I

    סְעָרָהI f. (b. h.; סָעַר II) storm-wind; (hypostatised) the wind-bag. Ḥag.12b רוח בס׳ the wind rests on the storm, for we read (Ps. 148:8) as to the wind ( ruaḥ), storm does its bidding; וס׳ תלויהוכ׳ (not תלוי) and the storm depend son the arm of the Lord; Yalk. Am. 543; Yalk. Ps. 883; Y. Ḥag.II, beg.77a הרוח תלויה בס׳ the ruaḥ depends on the sʿarah; וס׳ עשאההקב״ה כמיןוכ׳ and the Lord has made the sʿarah a sort of charm and suspended it on his arm; a. e.

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  • 992 סְעָרָה

    סְעָרָהI f. (b. h.; סָעַר II) storm-wind; (hypostatised) the wind-bag. Ḥag.12b רוח בס׳ the wind rests on the storm, for we read (Ps. 148:8) as to the wind ( ruaḥ), storm does its bidding; וס׳ תלויהוכ׳ (not תלוי) and the storm depend son the arm of the Lord; Yalk. Am. 543; Yalk. Ps. 883; Y. Ḥag.II, beg.77a הרוח תלויה בס׳ the ruaḥ depends on the sʿarah; וס׳ עשאההקב״ה כמיןוכ׳ and the Lord has made the sʿarah a sort of charm and suspended it on his arm; a. e.

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  • 993 סערה II

    סְעָרָהII (v. סְעָר) = שַׂעֲרָה, hair. B. Bath.16a (ref. to שערה, Job 9:17, a סערה ib. 38:1) איוב בס׳ חירף … ובס׳ השיבוהו Job when blaspheming used the word sʿarah (storm, anger), … and he was answered with sʿarah, for we read, And the Lord answered Job (by argument) from the sʿarah (the hair of man), v. נִימָה; Nidd.52a בשְׂעָרָה חירף בס׳וכ׳.

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  • 994 סְעָרָה

    סְעָרָהII (v. סְעָר) = שַׂעֲרָה, hair. B. Bath.16a (ref. to שערה, Job 9:17, a סערה ib. 38:1) איוב בס׳ חירף … ובס׳ השיבוהו Job when blaspheming used the word sʿarah (storm, anger), … and he was answered with sʿarah, for we read, And the Lord answered Job (by argument) from the sʿarah (the hair of man), v. נִימָה; Nidd.52a בשְׂעָרָה חירף בס׳וכ׳.

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  • 995 ספר

    סָפַר(b. h.) (to cut; to mark, 1) to write; to count. Y.Kil.VII, end, 31a יִסְפּוֹר he (who is in possession of property bought from an oppressor, v. אַנָּס) must count (settle with the original owner according to rules, v. גוֹרְדְּיָינִי), opp. יחזיר he must return the property; ib. יִסְפֹּר (or יְסַפֵּר Pi.). Kidd.30a שהיו סוֹפְרִים, v. סוֹפֵר. Nidd.69a סוֹפַרְתָּן למניןוכ׳ she counts them in with the requisite number of seven days. Ib. 31a יושב וסוֹפֵרוכ׳ sits and records the copulations Men.65b, v. סְפִירָה; a. v. fr.(Sifré Deut. 33 סופרה; read: סופנה, v. סָפַן.Part. pass. סָפוּר, q. v. 2) to cut, shear, v. infra. Nif. נִסְפַּר to be counted. Bekh.45a שנִסְפֶּרֶתע״ג היד when the additional finger is counted (is in a line) with the others; Yalk. Sam. 156. Pi. סִיפֵּר 1) to cut, shear. Sot.49b, a. fr. מְסַפֵּר קומי, v. קוֹמִי I. Ib. התירו (לו)לסַפֵּרוכ׳ they allowed him to cut his hair in gentile fashion, because of his connections with royalty. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII תִּסְפּוֹר, v. קוֹמִי I. Tosef.Bets.III, 19 אין מְסַפְּרִין היוקוכ׳ you must not no trim vegetables with the clipper (on the Holy Day) ; a. fr. 2) to tell, speak, count. Y. Kil. l. c., v. supra. Gen. R. s. 78 (ref. to אברם in place of אברהם, Neh. 9:7) סיפור הוא מְסַפֵּרוכ׳ he states a historical fact, saying Y.Ber.IX, beg.12d אם בא אדם לסַפֵּרוכ׳ if one were to undertake to count the mighty deeds of the Lord, he would be ruined (ref. to Job 37:20); המספר בשבחווכ׳ he who tells the praise of the Lord more than is becoming. Ib. מכאן … אסור לסַפֵּרוכ׳ beyond that (which has been adopted in ritual prayers) one must not tell Arakh.16a לעולם אל יְסַפֵּר אדם בטובתווכ׳ man should not count up his neighbors good qualities, for he may be induced to speak of his shortcomings; B. Bath. 164b. Sot.42a מְספְּרֵי לשון הרע gossipers. Snh.38b בלשון ארמי סי׳ spoke Aramæan; a. v. fr.Ib. 52b סי׳ הימנו if he (the scholar) holds conversation with him. Hithpa. הִסְתַּפֵּר to have ones hair cut. Ab. Zar. II, 2 מִסְתַּפְּרִין מהןוכ׳ אין you must not have your hair cut by them in any place (on account of danger to life). Tosef. ib. III, 5 ישראל המִסְתַּפֵּרוכ׳ if an Israelite has his hair cut by a gentile, he must look into the mirror; Ab. Zar.29a; a. fr.

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  • 996 סָפַר

    סָפַר(b. h.) (to cut; to mark, 1) to write; to count. Y.Kil.VII, end, 31a יִסְפּוֹר he (who is in possession of property bought from an oppressor, v. אַנָּס) must count (settle with the original owner according to rules, v. גוֹרְדְּיָינִי), opp. יחזיר he must return the property; ib. יִסְפֹּר (or יְסַפֵּר Pi.). Kidd.30a שהיו סוֹפְרִים, v. סוֹפֵר. Nidd.69a סוֹפַרְתָּן למניןוכ׳ she counts them in with the requisite number of seven days. Ib. 31a יושב וסוֹפֵרוכ׳ sits and records the copulations Men.65b, v. סְפִירָה; a. v. fr.(Sifré Deut. 33 סופרה; read: סופנה, v. סָפַן.Part. pass. סָפוּר, q. v. 2) to cut, shear, v. infra. Nif. נִסְפַּר to be counted. Bekh.45a שנִסְפֶּרֶתע״ג היד when the additional finger is counted (is in a line) with the others; Yalk. Sam. 156. Pi. סִיפֵּר 1) to cut, shear. Sot.49b, a. fr. מְסַפֵּר קומי, v. קוֹמִי I. Ib. התירו (לו)לסַפֵּרוכ׳ they allowed him to cut his hair in gentile fashion, because of his connections with royalty. Sifra Aḥăré, Par. 9, ch. XIII תִּסְפּוֹר, v. קוֹמִי I. Tosef.Bets.III, 19 אין מְסַפְּרִין היוקוכ׳ you must not no trim vegetables with the clipper (on the Holy Day) ; a. fr. 2) to tell, speak, count. Y. Kil. l. c., v. supra. Gen. R. s. 78 (ref. to אברם in place of אברהם, Neh. 9:7) סיפור הוא מְסַפֵּרוכ׳ he states a historical fact, saying Y.Ber.IX, beg.12d אם בא אדם לסַפֵּרוכ׳ if one were to undertake to count the mighty deeds of the Lord, he would be ruined (ref. to Job 37:20); המספר בשבחווכ׳ he who tells the praise of the Lord more than is becoming. Ib. מכאן … אסור לסַפֵּרוכ׳ beyond that (which has been adopted in ritual prayers) one must not tell Arakh.16a לעולם אל יְסַפֵּר אדם בטובתווכ׳ man should not count up his neighbors good qualities, for he may be induced to speak of his shortcomings; B. Bath. 164b. Sot.42a מְספְּרֵי לשון הרע gossipers. Snh.38b בלשון ארמי סי׳ spoke Aramæan; a. v. fr.Ib. 52b סי׳ הימנו if he (the scholar) holds conversation with him. Hithpa. הִסְתַּפֵּר to have ones hair cut. Ab. Zar. II, 2 מִסְתַּפְּרִין מהןוכ׳ אין you must not have your hair cut by them in any place (on account of danger to life). Tosef. ib. III, 5 ישראל המִסְתַּפֵּרוכ׳ if an Israelite has his hair cut by a gentile, he must look into the mirror; Ab. Zar.29a; a. fr.

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  • 997 ספר

    סֵפֶרm. (b. h.; preced. wds.) letter, document, book. Erub.15b; Gitt.21b; Succ.24b, v. סְפִירָה. Eduy. I, 12, a. fr. ס׳ כתובה the formula of a Kethubah. Y.Sot.IX, end, 24c משמתר״א נגנז ס׳ החכמה with the death of R. El. a book of wisdom disappeared; Bab. ib. 49b נגנז ס׳ תורה; Tosef. ib. XV, 3 בטל ס׳ תורה. Gen. R. s. 24 סִפְרוֹ של אה״ר the book of Adam (the destinies of humanity); Ex. R. s. 40; Lev. R. s. 15 beg.; a. fr.Esp. a Biblical book. B. Bath.15a ירמיה כתב ספרו וס׳ מלכיםוכ׳ Jeremiah wrote his book (the prophecies of Jerem.) and the Book of Kings and the Lamentations. Ib. 14b משה כתב ספרווכ׳ Moses wrote his own book, and the Section of Balaam (the chapters on B., Num. 22:2–24:25) and Job; Y.Sot.V, end, 20d; a. v. fr.ס׳ תורה (abbrev. ס״ת) (or ס׳ only) the Pentateuch in a scroll. Ab. Zar.18a כרכוהו בס״תוכ׳ they wrapped him up in the scroll Sabb.116a ס״ת שנמחק a scroll of the Pentateuch the writing of which is effaced; Yad. III, 5 ס׳ שנמחק; a. v. fr.Kel. XV, 6, a. e. ס׳ העזרה the Pentateuch kept in the Temple court, v. עֲזָרָה.ס׳ היא, ס׳ זעטוטים, v. respective determinants.בֵּית סֵ׳, בַּיתהַסֵּ׳ the school in which the Bible is taught, secondary school, contrad. to בית תלמוד Talmud school. Y.Maasr.III, 50d, v. סַפָּר 1. Midr. Till. to XCII, 16 שתולים … אלו התינוקות שבבית הס׳ ‘planted in the house of the Lord (ib. 1 4), that means the children at school; a. fr.Pl. סְפָרִים, constr. סִפְרֵי, סִיפְ׳. Ex. R. s. 41 זריז בכ״ד ס׳ well-versed in the twenty-four books of the Scripture. Sabb.116a (ס׳ צדוקים) ס׳ מינים heretical books, v. מִין III. Snh.68a שתי … כשני ס׳ תורהוכ׳ my two arms which are like two rolled up scrolls of the Torah, a. v. fr.Pl. סִפְרָא, constr. סֵפֶר.

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  • 998 סֵפֶר

    סֵפֶרm. (b. h.; preced. wds.) letter, document, book. Erub.15b; Gitt.21b; Succ.24b, v. סְפִירָה. Eduy. I, 12, a. fr. ס׳ כתובה the formula of a Kethubah. Y.Sot.IX, end, 24c משמתר״א נגנז ס׳ החכמה with the death of R. El. a book of wisdom disappeared; Bab. ib. 49b נגנז ס׳ תורה; Tosef. ib. XV, 3 בטל ס׳ תורה. Gen. R. s. 24 סִפְרוֹ של אה״ר the book of Adam (the destinies of humanity); Ex. R. s. 40; Lev. R. s. 15 beg.; a. fr.Esp. a Biblical book. B. Bath.15a ירמיה כתב ספרו וס׳ מלכיםוכ׳ Jeremiah wrote his book (the prophecies of Jerem.) and the Book of Kings and the Lamentations. Ib. 14b משה כתב ספרווכ׳ Moses wrote his own book, and the Section of Balaam (the chapters on B., Num. 22:2–24:25) and Job; Y.Sot.V, end, 20d; a. v. fr.ס׳ תורה (abbrev. ס״ת) (or ס׳ only) the Pentateuch in a scroll. Ab. Zar.18a כרכוהו בס״תוכ׳ they wrapped him up in the scroll Sabb.116a ס״ת שנמחק a scroll of the Pentateuch the writing of which is effaced; Yad. III, 5 ס׳ שנמחק; a. v. fr.Kel. XV, 6, a. e. ס׳ העזרה the Pentateuch kept in the Temple court, v. עֲזָרָה.ס׳ היא, ס׳ זעטוטים, v. respective determinants.בֵּית סֵ׳, בַּיתהַסֵּ׳ the school in which the Bible is taught, secondary school, contrad. to בית תלמוד Talmud school. Y.Maasr.III, 50d, v. סַפָּר 1. Midr. Till. to XCII, 16 שתולים … אלו התינוקות שבבית הס׳ ‘planted in the house of the Lord (ib. 1 4), that means the children at school; a. fr.Pl. סְפָרִים, constr. סִפְרֵי, סִיפְ׳. Ex. R. s. 41 זריז בכ״ד ס׳ well-versed in the twenty-four books of the Scripture. Sabb.116a (ס׳ צדוקים) ס׳ מינים heretical books, v. מִין III. Snh.68a שתי … כשני ס׳ תורהוכ׳ my two arms which are like two rolled up scrolls of the Torah, a. v. fr.Pl. סִפְרָא, constr. סֵפֶר.

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  • 999 ספרגיס

    סְפַרְגִּיסf. (σφραγίς) seal. Gen. R. s. 32 נתן ס׳ שלו עליו he put his seal on it (the prison door); ib. s. 49; Yalk. Gen. 34 איספרגוס. Midr. Till. to Ps. 17, beg. שמו שלהקב״ה חקוק … כמין איסטירטיגוס (ed. Bub. איסטרטיגוס; corr. acc.) the name of the Lord is impressed upon the hearts of the angels like a seal.

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  • 1000 סְפַרְגִּיס

    סְפַרְגִּיסf. (σφραγίς) seal. Gen. R. s. 32 נתן ס׳ שלו עליו he put his seal on it (the prison door); ib. s. 49; Yalk. Gen. 34 איספרגוס. Midr. Till. to Ps. 17, beg. שמו שלהקב״ה חקוק … כמין איסטירטיגוס (ed. Bub. איסטרטיגוס; corr. acc.) the name of the Lord is impressed upon the hearts of the angels like a seal.

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