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  • 221 טוֹב

    טוֹבI (b. h.) to be good, fit, handsome, valuable. Hif. הֵטִיב 1) to prepare, outfit, dress, adorn. Gen. R. s. 26, v. טַבָּת. Ib. s. 83 (play on מהיטבאל, Gen. 36:39) מְטִיבֵי אלוהות היו they were dressers of idols; שהיו מֵטִיבִין עצמןוכ׳ they adorned themselves in honor of the idols. Ib. מטיבי נשיםוכ׳ they dressed women for their wedding; a. e.Esp. ( את הנרות) ה׳ to trim, cleanse the lamps. Yoma III, 4 ולהֵטֵיב. Ib. I, 2. Ib. 14b יֵיטִיב; a. fr.V. הֲטָבָה. 2) to turn a dream unto good (saying, ‘I have dreamt a good dream). Ber.55b יְטִיבֶנּוּ בפניוכ׳ he shall turn it in the presence of three persons, and say 3) to do good, be beneficent. Ib. IX, 2 הטוב והמטיב who is good and beneficent. Taan.31a תקנו … הטוב והמ׳ they introduced in Jabneh the benediction ‘who is good (in the grace after meal).Kidd.I, 10 מטיבין לו good will be done to him; a. fr.Part. Hof. מוּטָב, q. v. Pi. טִיֵּיב to improve a field, to till oftener than usual. Y.Shebi.IV, 35b top טִיְּיבָהּוכ׳ if, after he improved a field, he died Nithpa. נִיטַּיֵּיב to be improved. Shebi. IV, 2; Tosef. ib. III, 10; a. e.Denom. טִיּיוּב.

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  • 222 טלטל

    טִלְטֵל(b. h.; Pilp. of טלל, cmp. דלדל) 1) to move, carry, handle. Sabb.III, 6 מְטַלְטְלִיןוכ׳ you may handle (on the Sabbath) a new lamp; a. v. fr. 2) to make unsteady, to exile; (with דעת) to confound. Gen. R. s. 39 טַלְטֵל עצמךוכ׳ banish thyself (travel) from place to place. Ib. s. 38 (expl. הניעמו, Ps. 59:12) טַלְטְלֵימוֹ make them exiles. Y.Peah l, 15d top (expl. נעו, Prov. 5:6) טי׳הקב״ה מתןוכ׳ the Lord made unsteady (irregular) the reward of the observants, that they might observe the commands in faith. Num. R. s. 10 (ed. Amst. p. 238a>) שהן מְטַלְטְלִין דעתווכ׳ they (carnal pleasures) confound mans judgment (cmp. טָרַף).Part. pass. מְטוּלְטָל, f. טְטוּלְטֶלֶת. Tanḥ. ed. Bub., Shmini 7 והדעת מט׳ and the mind becomes confused. Hithpa. הִתְטַלְטֵּל, הִיטַּ׳, Nithpa. נִתְטַלְטֵל, נִיטַּ׳ 1) to be moved, handled; to be made restless. Sabb. l. c. כל הנרות מִטַּלְטְלִין all lamps may be handled. Ib. 35a מעיין הַמִיטַּלְטֵל a travelling spring (changing its place). Gen. R. s. 39. Sifra Shmini ch. VII, Par. 6 מִטַּלְטְלִין במלואם are carried with their contents; Kel. XV, 1 עשוייו לִיטַּלְטֵלוכ׳. Yalk. Prov. 964; Midr. Prov. to XXX, 27 Alexander the Macedonian שנ׳ בכלוכ׳ who in his unrest drove all over the world like a locust ; a. fr.V. מִטַּלְטְלִין. 2) (with דעת) to be confounded. Tanḥ. Shmini 5 נִתְטַלְטְלָה דעתווכ׳ his mind is confused, and he knows not what he is talking Ib. כדי שלא תִטַּלְטֵל דעתו in order that he may not get mixed up; a. e.

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  • 223 טִלְטֵל

    טִלְטֵל(b. h.; Pilp. of טלל, cmp. דלדל) 1) to move, carry, handle. Sabb.III, 6 מְטַלְטְלִיןוכ׳ you may handle (on the Sabbath) a new lamp; a. v. fr. 2) to make unsteady, to exile; (with דעת) to confound. Gen. R. s. 39 טַלְטֵל עצמךוכ׳ banish thyself (travel) from place to place. Ib. s. 38 (expl. הניעמו, Ps. 59:12) טַלְטְלֵימוֹ make them exiles. Y.Peah l, 15d top (expl. נעו, Prov. 5:6) טי׳הקב״ה מתןוכ׳ the Lord made unsteady (irregular) the reward of the observants, that they might observe the commands in faith. Num. R. s. 10 (ed. Amst. p. 238a>) שהן מְטַלְטְלִין דעתווכ׳ they (carnal pleasures) confound mans judgment (cmp. טָרַף).Part. pass. מְטוּלְטָל, f. טְטוּלְטֶלֶת. Tanḥ. ed. Bub., Shmini 7 והדעת מט׳ and the mind becomes confused. Hithpa. הִתְטַלְטֵּל, הִיטַּ׳, Nithpa. נִתְטַלְטֵל, נִיטַּ׳ 1) to be moved, handled; to be made restless. Sabb. l. c. כל הנרות מִטַּלְטְלִין all lamps may be handled. Ib. 35a מעיין הַמִיטַּלְטֵל a travelling spring (changing its place). Gen. R. s. 39. Sifra Shmini ch. VII, Par. 6 מִטַּלְטְלִין במלואם are carried with their contents; Kel. XV, 1 עשוייו לִיטַּלְטֵלוכ׳. Yalk. Prov. 964; Midr. Prov. to XXX, 27 Alexander the Macedonian שנ׳ בכלוכ׳ who in his unrest drove all over the world like a locust ; a. fr.V. מִטַּלְטְלִין. 2) (with דעת) to be confounded. Tanḥ. Shmini 5 נִתְטַלְטְלָה דעתווכ׳ his mind is confused, and he knows not what he is talking Ib. כדי שלא תִטַּלְטֵל דעתו in order that he may not get mixed up; a. e.

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  • 224 טלטל

    טַלְטֵלch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְטַלְטֵּל, הִיטַּ׳, Nithpa. נִתְטַלְטֵל, נִיטַּ׳ to be moved, handled; to be made restless), 1) to move, shake. Targ. Ps. 22:8; 109:25; a. fr. 2) to exile, Targ. Deut. 29:27; a. fr. Part. pass. מְטַלְטַל. Targ. Gen. 4:12; 14; a. fr. 3) to move, handle, carry, lift. Targ. Y. Ex. 16:29 (cmp. Erub.17b).Sabb.45a לטַלְטוּלֵי שרגאוכ׳ to remove the light of Ḥanuckah, v. חַבָּרָא. Pes.69a טלטולי בעלמא הוה it is merely a moving (no creative labor). Sabb.49a לא מְטַלְטְלִינָן להו we must not handle them.Y.Snh.VI, 23c bot.; Y. Ḥag.II, 77d bot. וִיטַלְטְלִינָהּ מןוכ׳ and shall lift her off the ground. Ib., sq. טַלְטְלַתְנֵיהוכ׳ as soon as thou liftest him off, he can do nothing; a. fr. Ithpalp. אִיתְטַלְטֵל, אִיטַּ׳ 1) to be exiled, to wander. Targ. Lam. 4:14. Targ. Ps. 68:13. 2) to be unsteady, to be moved, to be movable. Targ. Prov. 5:6.Y. Lev. 25:14 עסקא דמִיטַּלְטְלָא movable chattel.B. Bath. 150a כל דְּמִטַּלְטַל (or דַּמְ׳) whatever is movable; a. fr.

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  • 225 טַלְטֵל

    טַלְטֵלch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְטַלְטֵּל, הִיטַּ׳, Nithpa. נִתְטַלְטֵל, נִיטַּ׳ to be moved, handled; to be made restless), 1) to move, shake. Targ. Ps. 22:8; 109:25; a. fr. 2) to exile, Targ. Deut. 29:27; a. fr. Part. pass. מְטַלְטַל. Targ. Gen. 4:12; 14; a. fr. 3) to move, handle, carry, lift. Targ. Y. Ex. 16:29 (cmp. Erub.17b).Sabb.45a לטַלְטוּלֵי שרגאוכ׳ to remove the light of Ḥanuckah, v. חַבָּרָא. Pes.69a טלטולי בעלמא הוה it is merely a moving (no creative labor). Sabb.49a לא מְטַלְטְלִינָן להו we must not handle them.Y.Snh.VI, 23c bot.; Y. Ḥag.II, 77d bot. וִיטַלְטְלִינָהּ מןוכ׳ and shall lift her off the ground. Ib., sq. טַלְטְלַתְנֵיהוכ׳ as soon as thou liftest him off, he can do nothing; a. fr. Ithpalp. אִיתְטַלְטֵל, אִיטַּ׳ 1) to be exiled, to wander. Targ. Lam. 4:14. Targ. Ps. 68:13. 2) to be unsteady, to be moved, to be movable. Targ. Prov. 5:6.Y. Lev. 25:14 עסקא דמִיטַּלְטְלָא movable chattel.B. Bath. 150a כל דְּמִטַּלְטַל (or דַּמְ׳) whatever is movable; a. fr.

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  • 226 טמע

    טָמַע(cmp. טָמַן) to hide, sink (cmp. טָבַע I). Nif. נִטְמַע to be hidden, sunk, to be mixed up beyond recognition. Kidd.70b וכולן נִטְמְעוּ בכהונה and all of them have been lost among the priesthood (can no longer be distinguished from original priests). Ib. 71a a family שנִיטְמְעָה נ׳ (or שנִיטַּמְּעָה Nithpa.) once mixed with Israelites beyond traces of genealogical disabilities, shall remain so (shall not be traced up). Keth.14b, v. עִיסָה; a. e.

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  • 227 טָמַע

    טָמַע(cmp. טָמַן) to hide, sink (cmp. טָבַע I). Nif. נִטְמַע to be hidden, sunk, to be mixed up beyond recognition. Kidd.70b וכולן נִטְמְעוּ בכהונה and all of them have been lost among the priesthood (can no longer be distinguished from original priests). Ib. 71a a family שנִיטְמְעָה נ׳ (or שנִיטַּמְּעָה Nithpa.) once mixed with Israelites beyond traces of genealogical disabilities, shall remain so (shall not be traced up). Keth.14b, v. עִיסָה; a. e.

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  • 228 טנף

    טָנַף(b. h.; cmp. טנן) to be soiled. Pi. טִינֵּף to soil with excrements, secretions ; to secrete (blood or mucus from the womb). Pesik. Par., p. 40b> שטי׳ בפלטיןוכ׳ that made a nuisance in the palace Bekh.20a, a. e. מְטַנֶּפֶת an animal secreting from the vagina (an evidence of birth or abortion). B. Kam.3a טִינְּפָה פירות the animal soiled fruits (by rolling in them). Tosef. Joma V (IV), 5 כדי שלא יְטַנְּפוּוכ׳ that his feet may not soil his garments; a. fr.Part. pass. מְטוּנָּף, f. מְטוּנֶּפֶת; pl. מְטוּנָּפִין, מְטוּנָּפוֹת soiled, filthy, defiled, polluted. Y.Snh.X, 27d top. Cant. R. to II, 8; a. fr. Nithpa. נִיטַּנֵּף, Nif. נִטְנַף to be soiled, defiled. Y.Yoma VIII, 44d נִיטַּנְּפוּ רגליו (or נִיטְנְפוּ) if his feet became muddy.Y.Ber.I, 3c bot. ראה כפים הללו שלא ניטנפו בבניןוכ׳ ed. Lehm. (ed. Ven. נטפו, ed. Krot. חטפו, v. חָטַף) see these hands which have not been in the least soiled by misappropriating the Temple funds.

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  • 229 טָנַף

    טָנַף(b. h.; cmp. טנן) to be soiled. Pi. טִינֵּף to soil with excrements, secretions ; to secrete (blood or mucus from the womb). Pesik. Par., p. 40b> שטי׳ בפלטיןוכ׳ that made a nuisance in the palace Bekh.20a, a. e. מְטַנֶּפֶת an animal secreting from the vagina (an evidence of birth or abortion). B. Kam.3a טִינְּפָה פירות the animal soiled fruits (by rolling in them). Tosef. Joma V (IV), 5 כדי שלא יְטַנְּפוּוכ׳ that his feet may not soil his garments; a. fr.Part. pass. מְטוּנָּף, f. מְטוּנֶּפֶת; pl. מְטוּנָּפִין, מְטוּנָּפוֹת soiled, filthy, defiled, polluted. Y.Snh.X, 27d top. Cant. R. to II, 8; a. fr. Nithpa. נִיטַּנֵּף, Nif. נִטְנַף to be soiled, defiled. Y.Yoma VIII, 44d נִיטַּנְּפוּ רגליו (or נִיטְנְפוּ) if his feet became muddy.Y.Ber.I, 3c bot. ראה כפים הללו שלא ניטנפו בבניןוכ׳ ed. Lehm. (ed. Ven. נטפו, ed. Krot. חטפו, v. חָטַף) see these hands which have not been in the least soiled by misappropriating the Temple funds.

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  • 230 טרף

    טָרַף(b. h.; cmp. טָרַד) ( to move with vehemence, 1) to tear, prey. Lev. R. s. 26 טוֹרֵף ואוכל tears in order to satisfy his appetite. Koh. R. to X, 11 הארי ט׳ the lion goes out for prey. Sot.47b טוֹרְפֵי טֶרֶף those robbing (the poor). Zeb.53b חלקו של טוֹרֵף the territory of the tearer (wolf = Benjamin, Gen. 49:27). B. Kam. 116b לטוֹרְפָהּ to plunder it; a. fr. 2) to cast with force, knock, strike against; to throw away, reject, eject. Ḥull.III, 3 טְרָפָהּ בכותל he cast or knocked the bird against the wall. Pesik. R. s. 11; Num. R. s. מגרשה אני טוֹרְפָהּ אני I will divorce her, I will cast her out (cmp. טָרַד).Ber.5b טוֹרְפִין לווכ׳ his prayer is thrown in his face (refused). Y.Yeb.XVI, 15d top טְרָפַנִי, v. טָרַד. 3) to seize forcibly. Yoma IV, 1 ט׳ בקלפי he took the ballot out with haste.Esp. to seize for a debt. B. Mets.15a ובאב״ח וטְרָפָהּ and a creditor of the previous owner came and seized it, v. טִירְפָּא. 4) to chop, hash, to beat, mix. Sabb.XIX, 2 ט׳ יין ושמן beat wine and oil; a. e.Part. pass. טָרוּף, f. טְרוּפָה. Ib. 38a בשר ט׳ chopped meat. Ab. Zar. II, 6, טָרִית. Y.Nidd.IV, 51a (of a foetus). Sabb.VIII, 5 (80b) ביצה ט׳ an egg beaten and mixed with oil; a. fr. V. טָרוּף. 5) to hackle, comb (flax or wool). Kil. IX, 1. Y.Orl.: III, 63a; Y.Keth.VI, end, 31a צמר בכור שטְרָפוֹ wool of a (first-born that has been hackled (and mixed up with, other wool). 6) to scrape, scour, to plane. Makhsh. II, 4 הטוֹרֵף את גגו (Var. המטהר) if one scrubs his roof; Tosef. ib. I, 8.7) to make טְרֵפָה, to inflict an organic defect. Ḥull.85b, sq. צא טְרוֹף go and maim the animal (before slaughtering it). Nif. נִטְרַף 1) to become trefah. Ib. 9a, a. e. במה נִטְרְפָה from what cause it became trefah. 2) to be in disorder, a) (with דעה, or לב) to be confused, bewildered, not fully conscious. Y.Sabb.II, 5b bot. נִטְרְפָה דעתו של אבא my fathers mind is unclear; Snh.68a. Ib. 43a כדי שתִּטָּרֵף דעתו (not שתטרוף) that his (the culprits) consciousness may be benumbed; Num. R. s. 10.Ib. נ׳ לבו his mind becomes confused (from drinking); a. fr.b) (with שעה, of political disturbances) to be troubled. Snh.11a; Sot.48b; Tosef. ib. XIII, 5 נטרפה (ה)שעה the political condition was too much troubled (persecutions prevailing). Y.Dem.V, 24d bot.; a. e. Pi. טֵרֵף 1) to shake vehemently, constantly. Succ.III, 9 כל העם מטָרְפִין בלולביהן ed. Y. (Mish. ed. Pes. מט׳את לול׳; ed. מנעועין) all the people shook their branches constantly (during the recitation at Hallel, contrad. to נענע.( 2) to unbalance (the mind, cmp. טִלְטֵל).Part. pass. מְטוֹרָף. Num. R. s. 10 לבו מ׳וכ׳ his mind is disturbed and he talks improper things, v. supra. 3) to reject ones petition, to refuse. Part. pass. מְטוֹרָף. Ber.V, 5 שהוא מ׳ that he (the patient for whom prayer is said) is rejected (bound to die), opp. מקובל accepted. 4) to disfigure, to make ungainly by spots, incisions, v. טָרוּף). Part. pass. as ab. Koh. R. to X, 11 the serpent is asked מפני מה גופך מט׳ why has thy body been disfigured (v. Gen. 3:14)? 5) to cast about (a ship on high sea), v. Hithpa.Part. pass. as ab.; pl. מְטוֹרָפִים, מְטוֹרָפִין. Yeb.47a, v. סָחַף. Hif. הִטְרִיף 1) to become trefah, to be afflicted with a fatal organic disease. Num. R. s. 12, end; Cant. R. to VI, 4; Pesik. Vayhi p. 10a>, a. e. לא חִטְרִיפוּ the animals were found to be free from an organic disease.( 2) (in later liter.) to declare trefah. 3) (denom. of טֶרֶף) a) to cover with foliage. Yalk. Gen. 119, v. רָטַב.b) to sprout with moisture, be sappy. Gen. R. s. 69 ה׳ מצותוכ׳ (Yalk. Jud. 38 הפריח) sprouted with good deeds, v. רָטַב.( 4) to distribute food, v. טָרָף. Hithpa. הִיטָּרֵף, Nithpa. נִיטָּרֵף to be tossed about, to be in a storm near the shore. Taan.III, 7 (19a) על הספינה המִיטָּרֶפֶתוכ׳ for a ship which is seen from the coast to be tossed about; ib. 14a המְטוֹרֶפֶת (v. supra; Ar. ed. Koh. נִטְרֶפֶת Nif.). Tosef.Sabb. XIII (XIV), 11 נִיטָּרְפָה ספינהוכ׳ the ship has been thrown back several times (was prevented from landing by the breakers).

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  • 231 טָרַף

    טָרַף(b. h.; cmp. טָרַד) ( to move with vehemence, 1) to tear, prey. Lev. R. s. 26 טוֹרֵף ואוכל tears in order to satisfy his appetite. Koh. R. to X, 11 הארי ט׳ the lion goes out for prey. Sot.47b טוֹרְפֵי טֶרֶף those robbing (the poor). Zeb.53b חלקו של טוֹרֵף the territory of the tearer (wolf = Benjamin, Gen. 49:27). B. Kam. 116b לטוֹרְפָהּ to plunder it; a. fr. 2) to cast with force, knock, strike against; to throw away, reject, eject. Ḥull.III, 3 טְרָפָהּ בכותל he cast or knocked the bird against the wall. Pesik. R. s. 11; Num. R. s. מגרשה אני טוֹרְפָהּ אני I will divorce her, I will cast her out (cmp. טָרַד).Ber.5b טוֹרְפִין לווכ׳ his prayer is thrown in his face (refused). Y.Yeb.XVI, 15d top טְרָפַנִי, v. טָרַד. 3) to seize forcibly. Yoma IV, 1 ט׳ בקלפי he took the ballot out with haste.Esp. to seize for a debt. B. Mets.15a ובאב״ח וטְרָפָהּ and a creditor of the previous owner came and seized it, v. טִירְפָּא. 4) to chop, hash, to beat, mix. Sabb.XIX, 2 ט׳ יין ושמן beat wine and oil; a. e.Part. pass. טָרוּף, f. טְרוּפָה. Ib. 38a בשר ט׳ chopped meat. Ab. Zar. II, 6, טָרִית. Y.Nidd.IV, 51a (of a foetus). Sabb.VIII, 5 (80b) ביצה ט׳ an egg beaten and mixed with oil; a. fr. V. טָרוּף. 5) to hackle, comb (flax or wool). Kil. IX, 1. Y.Orl.: III, 63a; Y.Keth.VI, end, 31a צמר בכור שטְרָפוֹ wool of a (first-born that has been hackled (and mixed up with, other wool). 6) to scrape, scour, to plane. Makhsh. II, 4 הטוֹרֵף את גגו (Var. המטהר) if one scrubs his roof; Tosef. ib. I, 8.7) to make טְרֵפָה, to inflict an organic defect. Ḥull.85b, sq. צא טְרוֹף go and maim the animal (before slaughtering it). Nif. נִטְרַף 1) to become trefah. Ib. 9a, a. e. במה נִטְרְפָה from what cause it became trefah. 2) to be in disorder, a) (with דעה, or לב) to be confused, bewildered, not fully conscious. Y.Sabb.II, 5b bot. נִטְרְפָה דעתו של אבא my fathers mind is unclear; Snh.68a. Ib. 43a כדי שתִּטָּרֵף דעתו (not שתטרוף) that his (the culprits) consciousness may be benumbed; Num. R. s. 10.Ib. נ׳ לבו his mind becomes confused (from drinking); a. fr.b) (with שעה, of political disturbances) to be troubled. Snh.11a; Sot.48b; Tosef. ib. XIII, 5 נטרפה (ה)שעה the political condition was too much troubled (persecutions prevailing). Y.Dem.V, 24d bot.; a. e. Pi. טֵרֵף 1) to shake vehemently, constantly. Succ.III, 9 כל העם מטָרְפִין בלולביהן ed. Y. (Mish. ed. Pes. מט׳את לול׳; ed. מנעועין) all the people shook their branches constantly (during the recitation at Hallel, contrad. to נענע.( 2) to unbalance (the mind, cmp. טִלְטֵל).Part. pass. מְטוֹרָף. Num. R. s. 10 לבו מ׳וכ׳ his mind is disturbed and he talks improper things, v. supra. 3) to reject ones petition, to refuse. Part. pass. מְטוֹרָף. Ber.V, 5 שהוא מ׳ that he (the patient for whom prayer is said) is rejected (bound to die), opp. מקובל accepted. 4) to disfigure, to make ungainly by spots, incisions, v. טָרוּף). Part. pass. as ab. Koh. R. to X, 11 the serpent is asked מפני מה גופך מט׳ why has thy body been disfigured (v. Gen. 3:14)? 5) to cast about (a ship on high sea), v. Hithpa.Part. pass. as ab.; pl. מְטוֹרָפִים, מְטוֹרָפִין. Yeb.47a, v. סָחַף. Hif. הִטְרִיף 1) to become trefah, to be afflicted with a fatal organic disease. Num. R. s. 12, end; Cant. R. to VI, 4; Pesik. Vayhi p. 10a>, a. e. לא חִטְרִיפוּ the animals were found to be free from an organic disease.( 2) (in later liter.) to declare trefah. 3) (denom. of טֶרֶף) a) to cover with foliage. Yalk. Gen. 119, v. רָטַב.b) to sprout with moisture, be sappy. Gen. R. s. 69 ה׳ מצותוכ׳ (Yalk. Jud. 38 הפריח) sprouted with good deeds, v. רָטַב.( 4) to distribute food, v. טָרָף. Hithpa. הִיטָּרֵף, Nithpa. נִיטָּרֵף to be tossed about, to be in a storm near the shore. Taan.III, 7 (19a) על הספינה המִיטָּרֶפֶתוכ׳ for a ship which is seen from the coast to be tossed about; ib. 14a המְטוֹרֶפֶת (v. supra; Ar. ed. Koh. נִטְרֶפֶת Nif.). Tosef.Sabb. XIII (XIV), 11 נִיטָּרְפָה ספינהוכ׳ the ship has been thrown back several times (was prevented from landing by the breakers).

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  • 232 יאש

    יָאַש(b. h.; cmp. אִיש a. יֵש) (to exist, be strong. Pi. יֵאֵש (privat., cmp. דִּשֵּׁן) to consider undone, to give up; v. יֵאוּש. Hithpa. הִתְיָאֵש, הִתְיָי׳; Nithpa. נִתְיָאֵש, נִתְיָי׳ 1) to lose energy, relax. Y.Ber.IX, end, 14d שנִתְיָאֲשוּ ידיהםוכ׳ whose hands have grown lax concerning the Law (who do not care to uphold the Law; Midr. Till. to Ps. 129, 126 רפו ידיהם). 2) (with מן) to give up hope, to discard from the mind. Ab. I, 7 אל תִּתְיָאֵשוכ׳ do not give up the idea of divine retribution (when you see sinners prosper).Esp. (of lost things) to despair of recovery, to resign possession (by which the finder acquires the right of keeping what he has found, and the robber obtains possession of the stolen object and must make restoration in value). B. Kam.68b, a. e. גזל ולא נִתְיָיאֲשוּ הבעלים if one has robbed, and the owner has not yet given the hope of recovery. B. Mets.21b מפני שהבעלים מִתְיָאֲשִׁין מהן because the owners (who dropped the coins) have given them up; a. v. fr.

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  • 233 יָאַש

    יָאַש(b. h.; cmp. אִיש a. יֵש) (to exist, be strong. Pi. יֵאֵש (privat., cmp. דִּשֵּׁן) to consider undone, to give up; v. יֵאוּש. Hithpa. הִתְיָאֵש, הִתְיָי׳; Nithpa. נִתְיָאֵש, נִתְיָי׳ 1) to lose energy, relax. Y.Ber.IX, end, 14d שנִתְיָאֲשוּ ידיהםוכ׳ whose hands have grown lax concerning the Law (who do not care to uphold the Law; Midr. Till. to Ps. 129, 126 רפו ידיהם). 2) (with מן) to give up hope, to discard from the mind. Ab. I, 7 אל תִּתְיָאֵשוכ׳ do not give up the idea of divine retribution (when you see sinners prosper).Esp. (of lost things) to despair of recovery, to resign possession (by which the finder acquires the right of keeping what he has found, and the robber obtains possession of the stolen object and must make restoration in value). B. Kam.68b, a. e. גזל ולא נִתְיָיאֲשוּ הבעלים if one has robbed, and the owner has not yet given the hope of recovery. B. Mets.21b מפני שהבעלים מִתְיָאֲשִׁין מהן because the owners (who dropped the coins) have given them up; a. v. fr.

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  • 234 יבם

    יִבֵּם, יִיבֵּם(b. h.) to marry the wife of a brother who died without issue. Yeb.II, 1 ואח״כ י׳וכ׳ and afterwards the second brother married Ib. 6 ואחד מְיַבֵּם and one of the brothers may marry her. Ib. IV, 5 או חלוץ או יַבֵּם either discharge (v. חָלַץ) or marry (her). Ib. מצוה בגדול ליַבֵּם on the eldest brother the duty devolves (in the first order) to marry the deceaseds widow. Ib. II, 7 לא יְיַבְּמוּוכ׳ the other brothers must not both marry, but one discharges one, and the other ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְיַבְּמָה, Nithpa. נִתְיַיבְּמָה to be married by the yabam. Ib. I, 2 חולצת ולא מִתְיַבֶּמֶת she must take off the yabams shoe, but cannot be married to him. Ib. 4 נִתְיַיבְּמוּ if they have been married Ib. 20b לא תִתְיַיבַּמְנָה ought not to be Num. R. s. 21 ואם לאו תִּתְיַיבֵּם אמנו and if daughters are not considered as legal heirs, let our mother be taken in marriage by the yabam; a. fr.

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  • 235 ייבם

    יִבֵּם, יִיבֵּם(b. h.) to marry the wife of a brother who died without issue. Yeb.II, 1 ואח״כ י׳וכ׳ and afterwards the second brother married Ib. 6 ואחד מְיַבֵּם and one of the brothers may marry her. Ib. IV, 5 או חלוץ או יַבֵּם either discharge (v. חָלַץ) or marry (her). Ib. מצוה בגדול ליַבֵּם on the eldest brother the duty devolves (in the first order) to marry the deceaseds widow. Ib. II, 7 לא יְיַבְּמוּוכ׳ the other brothers must not both marry, but one discharges one, and the other ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְיַבְּמָה, Nithpa. נִתְיַיבְּמָה to be married by the yabam. Ib. I, 2 חולצת ולא מִתְיַבֶּמֶת she must take off the yabams shoe, but cannot be married to him. Ib. 4 נִתְיַיבְּמוּ if they have been married Ib. 20b לא תִתְיַיבַּמְנָה ought not to be Num. R. s. 21 ואם לאו תִּתְיַיבֵּם אמנו and if daughters are not considered as legal heirs, let our mother be taken in marriage by the yabam; a. fr.

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  • 236 יִבֵּם

    יִבֵּם, יִיבֵּם(b. h.) to marry the wife of a brother who died without issue. Yeb.II, 1 ואח״כ י׳וכ׳ and afterwards the second brother married Ib. 6 ואחד מְיַבֵּם and one of the brothers may marry her. Ib. IV, 5 או חלוץ או יַבֵּם either discharge (v. חָלַץ) or marry (her). Ib. מצוה בגדול ליַבֵּם on the eldest brother the duty devolves (in the first order) to marry the deceaseds widow. Ib. II, 7 לא יְיַבְּמוּוכ׳ the other brothers must not both marry, but one discharges one, and the other ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְיַבְּמָה, Nithpa. נִתְיַיבְּמָה to be married by the yabam. Ib. I, 2 חולצת ולא מִתְיַבֶּמֶת she must take off the yabams shoe, but cannot be married to him. Ib. 4 נִתְיַיבְּמוּ if they have been married Ib. 20b לא תִתְיַיבַּמְנָה ought not to be Num. R. s. 21 ואם לאו תִּתְיַיבֵּם אמנו and if daughters are not considered as legal heirs, let our mother be taken in marriage by the yabam; a. fr.

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  • 237 יִיבֵּם

    יִבֵּם, יִיבֵּם(b. h.) to marry the wife of a brother who died without issue. Yeb.II, 1 ואח״כ י׳וכ׳ and afterwards the second brother married Ib. 6 ואחד מְיַבֵּם and one of the brothers may marry her. Ib. IV, 5 או חלוץ או יַבֵּם either discharge (v. חָלַץ) or marry (her). Ib. מצוה בגדול ליַבֵּם on the eldest brother the duty devolves (in the first order) to marry the deceaseds widow. Ib. II, 7 לא יְיַבְּמוּוכ׳ the other brothers must not both marry, but one discharges one, and the other ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְיַבְּמָה, Nithpa. נִתְיַיבְּמָה to be married by the yabam. Ib. I, 2 חולצת ולא מִתְיַבֶּמֶת she must take off the yabams shoe, but cannot be married to him. Ib. 4 נִתְיַיבְּמוּ if they have been married Ib. 20b לא תִתְיַיבַּמְנָה ought not to be Num. R. s. 21 ואם לאו תִּתְיַיבֵּם אמנו and if daughters are not considered as legal heirs, let our mother be taken in marriage by the yabam; a. fr.

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  • 238 יגע

    יָגַע(b. h.; cmp. יָגָה) ( to feel pain, to take pains, to labor; to be tired. Ber.58a, v. יְגִיעָה. Y. ib. V, 5c אנו יָגַעְנוּוכ׳ we have been busy at work for an entire day. Ib. י׳ זה לשתיוכ׳ this one has worked (accomplished) more in two hours ; Ib. י׳ … בתורהוכ׳ כך so has R. Bun accomplished in studies in the twenty eight years (of his life) ; Cant. R. to VI, 2; Koh. R. to V, 11. Meg.6b אם יאמר … יָגַעְתִּיוכ׳ if one tells thee, ‘I have toiled (studied) and achieved nothing, do not believe; ‘I have not toiled and have achieved, do not believe Y.Ber.IX, end, 14d צריך לִיגַע בתורה must study the Law. Midr. Till. to Ps. 12, beg. חדלו מליגע בתורה they ceased from studying the Law; a. fr. Pi. יִגֵּעַ, יִיגֵּעַ to put to trouble, to weary. SotII, 1 (14a) כדי לְיַגְּעָהּ (Rashi: לְיַי׳) in order to wear her out (so that she may be induced to confess). Sifra Vayikra, Ḥobah, Par. 5, ch. VII אבל אם היה מְיַגְּעָןוכ׳ but if after having troubled them (the judges) an entire day, he says finally ; Yalk. Lev. 469 היה מונע (corr. acc.); Tosef.Toh.VI, 14 ומשהגיע (read ומשהִגִּיעָן Hif.). Y.Bets. II, 61c bot. מתוך שאתה מְיַיגְּעוֹוכ׳ because you put him to special trouble (by ordering a special form of cakes) Ex. R. s. 41 התלמיד … יִגַּעְתִּיךָ the pupil says to the teacher, I have wearied thee; Yalk. Sam. 161; a. fr.Part. pass. מְיוּגָּע, pl. מְיוּגָּעִים, מְיוּגָּעִין. Keth.8b ואתם אחינו המ׳ המדוכאיןוכ׳ and you, our brethren, who are worn out and crushed by this bereavement. Hif. הוֹגִיעַ (הִגִּיעַ) same. Tosef.Toh.VI, 14, v. supra. Midr. Till. to Ps. 39, beg. (ref. to Mal. 2:17) הוֹגַעְתֶּם לי במעשיכםוכ׳ (ed. Bub., differ.) it does not say, you wore me out with your doings, but with your words. Ib. to Ps. 18:36 והרב … רב לך כי חוֹגַעְתִּיךָ and the teacher will say to the pupil, thou hast enough now, for I have wearied thee?; a. e. Hithpa. חִתְיַיגֵּעַ, Nithpa. נִתְיַיגֵּעַ to be tired, to take pains. Gitt.70a הבא בדרך ונ׳ who has been travelling and is tired. Pesik. Shub., p. 164a> שלא תִתְיַיגֵּעַ בחזירה that you may not get tired on your way back. Pesik. R. s. 14 אני נִתְיַיגַּעְתִּי בהוכ׳ I took pains with her and smote her ; a. fr.

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  • 239 יָגַע

    יָגַע(b. h.; cmp. יָגָה) ( to feel pain, to take pains, to labor; to be tired. Ber.58a, v. יְגִיעָה. Y. ib. V, 5c אנו יָגַעְנוּוכ׳ we have been busy at work for an entire day. Ib. י׳ זה לשתיוכ׳ this one has worked (accomplished) more in two hours ; Ib. י׳ … בתורהוכ׳ כך so has R. Bun accomplished in studies in the twenty eight years (of his life) ; Cant. R. to VI, 2; Koh. R. to V, 11. Meg.6b אם יאמר … יָגַעְתִּיוכ׳ if one tells thee, ‘I have toiled (studied) and achieved nothing, do not believe; ‘I have not toiled and have achieved, do not believe Y.Ber.IX, end, 14d צריך לִיגַע בתורה must study the Law. Midr. Till. to Ps. 12, beg. חדלו מליגע בתורה they ceased from studying the Law; a. fr. Pi. יִגֵּעַ, יִיגֵּעַ to put to trouble, to weary. SotII, 1 (14a) כדי לְיַגְּעָהּ (Rashi: לְיַי׳) in order to wear her out (so that she may be induced to confess). Sifra Vayikra, Ḥobah, Par. 5, ch. VII אבל אם היה מְיַגְּעָןוכ׳ but if after having troubled them (the judges) an entire day, he says finally ; Yalk. Lev. 469 היה מונע (corr. acc.); Tosef.Toh.VI, 14 ומשהגיע (read ומשהִגִּיעָן Hif.). Y.Bets. II, 61c bot. מתוך שאתה מְיַיגְּעוֹוכ׳ because you put him to special trouble (by ordering a special form of cakes) Ex. R. s. 41 התלמיד … יִגַּעְתִּיךָ the pupil says to the teacher, I have wearied thee; Yalk. Sam. 161; a. fr.Part. pass. מְיוּגָּע, pl. מְיוּגָּעִים, מְיוּגָּעִין. Keth.8b ואתם אחינו המ׳ המדוכאיןוכ׳ and you, our brethren, who are worn out and crushed by this bereavement. Hif. הוֹגִיעַ (הִגִּיעַ) same. Tosef.Toh.VI, 14, v. supra. Midr. Till. to Ps. 39, beg. (ref. to Mal. 2:17) הוֹגַעְתֶּם לי במעשיכםוכ׳ (ed. Bub., differ.) it does not say, you wore me out with your doings, but with your words. Ib. to Ps. 18:36 והרב … רב לך כי חוֹגַעְתִּיךָ and the teacher will say to the pupil, thou hast enough now, for I have wearied thee?; a. e. Hithpa. חִתְיַיגֵּעַ, Nithpa. נִתְיַיגֵּעַ to be tired, to take pains. Gitt.70a הבא בדרך ונ׳ who has been travelling and is tired. Pesik. Shub., p. 164a> שלא תִתְיַיגֵּעַ בחזירה that you may not get tired on your way back. Pesik. R. s. 14 אני נִתְיַיגַּעְתִּי בהוכ׳ I took pains with her and smote her ; a. fr.

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  • 240 ידי

    ידי, יָדָה(b. h.) to point, move (cmp. b. h. הָדָה).Denom. יָד. Hif. הוֹדָה ( to raise hands, 1) to thank, acknowledge; to give praise. Taan.6b מוֹדִים … לך we offer thanks unto thee. Ber.V, 3 he who says in public prayer מודים מודים … אותו ‘we thank, we thank (as if pointing in different directions and acknowledging two divinities) must be silenced. Ib. IX, 5 (play on מ̇אד̇ך, Deut. 6:5) בכל מ̇ד̇ה ומדה … הוי מוֹדֶה לו for whatever measure He metes out to thee, give thanks to Him. Ib. 54b ארבעה צריכין להוֹרוֹת four persons are bound to offer public thanks; a. v. fr. 2) to admit, consent, to confess. Pes.IV, 9 (56a); Ber.10a על ג׳ הוֹדוּ לו concerning three of his acts they agreed with him. B. Mets.3a, a. fr. מוֹדֶה במקצת הטענה he who admits part of his opponents claim. Shebu. VI, 3; Keth.108b, a. e. טענו … וה׳ לו בשעורים, v. טָעַן I. B. Mets.12b בשחייב מודה when the debtor admits his indebtedness; a. v. fr. Tosef.Par.IX (VIII), 6 שהן מודין, v. מוֹרִיר. Hithpa. הִתְיַדֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְוַדֶּה, (denom. of תּוֹדָה, cmp. Josh. 7:19) to confess ones sins before God. Yoma III, 8 ומִתְיַרֶּה and confesses in public. Ib. 40a להגריל ולהִתְוַדּוֹת to cast lots and to make confession (on the head of the scapegoat). Y. ib. VIII, end, 45c אע״פשנ׳ בערבית צריך להתודותוכ׳ although he has made confession in the evening prayer, he must again confess ; a. fr.V. וִידּוּי.

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