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  • 401 סכל I

    סָכַלI (b. h. שָׂכַל; cmp. סָכָה) to be bright. Hithpa. הִסְתַּכֵּל, Nithpa. נִסְתַּכֵּל to look at, observe; to reflect, keep in mind. Snh.92a המִסְתַּכֵּל בערוה he who looks at his nakedness; (oth. opin.: who allows his obscene thoughts to dwell on a woman forbidden to him). Ber.10a נ׳ בכוכביםוכ׳ he looked at the stars and planets and recited a song. Ib. נ׳ ביום המיתה he speculated on the day of death. Midr. Till. to Ps. 32 (ref. to Prov. 15:24) מי שהוא מסתכל למעלה he who looks on high (prays to God); בניו … שנִסְתַּכְּלוּוכ׳ the sons of Korah who looked on high escaped. Lev. R. s. 34 (ref. to Ps. 41:2) אשרי נותן … הוי מסתכל בווכ׳ it does not say, ‘blessed who gives to the poor, but, ‘blessed who looks at the poor, speculates how to do him good; a. fr.V. שָׂכַל.

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  • 402 סָכַל

    סָכַלI (b. h. שָׂכַל; cmp. סָכָה) to be bright. Hithpa. הִסְתַּכֵּל, Nithpa. נִסְתַּכֵּל to look at, observe; to reflect, keep in mind. Snh.92a המִסְתַּכֵּל בערוה he who looks at his nakedness; (oth. opin.: who allows his obscene thoughts to dwell on a woman forbidden to him). Ber.10a נ׳ בכוכביםוכ׳ he looked at the stars and planets and recited a song. Ib. נ׳ ביום המיתה he speculated on the day of death. Midr. Till. to Ps. 32 (ref. to Prov. 15:24) מי שהוא מסתכל למעלה he who looks on high (prays to God); בניו … שנִסְתַּכְּלוּוכ׳ the sons of Korah who looked on high escaped. Lev. R. s. 34 (ref. to Ps. 41:2) אשרי נותן … הוי מסתכל בווכ׳ it does not say, ‘blessed who gives to the poor, but, ‘blessed who looks at the poor, speculates how to do him good; a. fr.V. שָׂכַל.

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  • 403 סלק

    סָלַק 1) to go up, go away.( 2) to pile up. Tam.II, 1 סוֹלְקִין Talm. ed., v. סָנַק. Pi. סִילֵּק 1) to remove; to cause cessation, suspend. Sabb.X, 4 גורפין … ומְסַלְּקִין לצדדין you may rake … and remove to the corners. Nidd.IV, 7, a. e. מְסַלֶּקֶת suspends, v. חֲרָדָה. Ex. R. s. 3 סִלַּקְתָּ אותו thou hast discarded him (omitted to mention him in connection with the Lord); a. fr.Part. pass. מְסוּלָּק; f. מְסוּלֶּקֶת; pl. מְסוּלָּקִים, מְסוּלָּקִין; מְסוּלָּקוֹת. Nidd.68b דמיה מס׳ her menstruation is suspended. Y.Keth.IX, beg.32d if one uses the expression ידיי מס׳וכ׳ my hands are removed, my feet are removed from this field, he has said nothing (has not thereby renounced his rights); a. e. 2) to lift up, raise, esp. to tuck up the trail of a garment. Zeb.18b מרושלין שסִילְּקָן … כשרין trailing (priestly) garments when tucked up by the belt, are fit for service; a. e.Part. pass. as ab. lifted up, too short. Tosef.Men.I, 8; Zeb.18a, sq., v. רָשַׁל. Hithpa. הִסְתַּלֵּק, Nithpa. נִסְתַּלֵּק to be dismissed, removed; to rise. Erub.54b נ׳ אהרןוכ׳ Aaron was dismissed (got up) and took his seat to the left of Moses; נִסְתַּלְּקוּ בניו when his sons were dismissed. Yeb.64a גורם … שתִּסְתַּלֵּק מישראל causes the Divine Presence to withdraw from Israel. Lev. R. s. 34 וראשון ראשון מִסְתַּלֵּק and one after the other rose (from the meal). Ab. I, 16 עשה לך רב והִסְתַּלֵּק מן הספק get thyself a teacher so as to be removed from (to escape) doubt; a. fr.Esp. (with or without מן העולם) to be called away from this world, to die. Tosef.Ḥag.II, 5. Gen. R. s. 62 הקב״ה יודע … להִסְתַּלֵּק העולם ומְסַלְּקָן the Lord knows when it is time for the righteous to be called away …, and he does call them away. Ex. R. s. 52 היה מִסְתַּלֵּקוכ׳ was about to die; a. fr.

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  • 404 סָלַק

    סָלַק 1) to go up, go away.( 2) to pile up. Tam.II, 1 סוֹלְקִין Talm. ed., v. סָנַק. Pi. סִילֵּק 1) to remove; to cause cessation, suspend. Sabb.X, 4 גורפין … ומְסַלְּקִין לצדדין you may rake … and remove to the corners. Nidd.IV, 7, a. e. מְסַלֶּקֶת suspends, v. חֲרָדָה. Ex. R. s. 3 סִלַּקְתָּ אותו thou hast discarded him (omitted to mention him in connection with the Lord); a. fr.Part. pass. מְסוּלָּק; f. מְסוּלֶּקֶת; pl. מְסוּלָּקִים, מְסוּלָּקִין; מְסוּלָּקוֹת. Nidd.68b דמיה מס׳ her menstruation is suspended. Y.Keth.IX, beg.32d if one uses the expression ידיי מס׳וכ׳ my hands are removed, my feet are removed from this field, he has said nothing (has not thereby renounced his rights); a. e. 2) to lift up, raise, esp. to tuck up the trail of a garment. Zeb.18b מרושלין שסִילְּקָן … כשרין trailing (priestly) garments when tucked up by the belt, are fit for service; a. e.Part. pass. as ab. lifted up, too short. Tosef.Men.I, 8; Zeb.18a, sq., v. רָשַׁל. Hithpa. הִסְתַּלֵּק, Nithpa. נִסְתַּלֵּק to be dismissed, removed; to rise. Erub.54b נ׳ אהרןוכ׳ Aaron was dismissed (got up) and took his seat to the left of Moses; נִסְתַּלְּקוּ בניו when his sons were dismissed. Yeb.64a גורם … שתִּסְתַּלֵּק מישראל causes the Divine Presence to withdraw from Israel. Lev. R. s. 34 וראשון ראשון מִסְתַּלֵּק and one after the other rose (from the meal). Ab. I, 16 עשה לך רב והִסְתַּלֵּק מן הספק get thyself a teacher so as to be removed from (to escape) doubt; a. fr.Esp. (with or without מן העולם) to be called away from this world, to die. Tosef.Ḥag.II, 5. Gen. R. s. 62 הקב״ה יודע … להִסְתַּלֵּק העולם ומְסַלְּקָן the Lord knows when it is time for the righteous to be called away …, and he does call them away. Ex. R. s. 52 היה מִסְתַּלֵּקוכ׳ was about to die; a. fr.

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  • 405 סמי

    סמי, סָמָא, סָמָה(v. סוּם II) to tie up, close; to make blind.Part. pass. סָמוּי; f. סְמוּיָה, סְמוּיָיה; pl. סְמוּיִים, סְמוּיִין; סְמוּיוֹת a) tied up, hidden (cmp. סִימָה). Taan.8b (ref. to אסמיך, Deut. 28:8) דבר הס׳ מן העין that which is hidden from sight (the exact quantity of which you do not know); B. Mets.42a; a. e.b) blinded, blind. Kidd.24b הרי שהיתה עינו ס׳וכ׳ if the slaves eye was blind, and he (the master) cut it out. Keth.105a כמה ס׳ עיניהםוכ׳ how blind are the eyes of (how short-sighted are) those who receive bribes! Pi. סִמֵּא, סִימֵּא 1) to blind, make blind. Kidd. l. c. סי׳ עוברוכ׳ he injured the eye of the embryo (while operating on the mother). Ib. הרי שהיתה … וסִמְּאָהּ suppose the slaves eye was dim, and he (the master) made it entirely blind. Y.Kil.VIII, 31c top וסִימְּיָיהּ; B. Kam.91a וסִימְּאוֹ (Ms. M. וסימאה) and he made him blind. Ib. VIII, 7 האומר סַמֵּאוכ׳ if one says (to his neighbor), blind my eye, the neighbor is responsible. Gen. R. s. 75, end לו … לסַמּוֹתוכ׳ שלח he sent him a present in order to blind his eyes (with ref. to Deut. 16:19). Sabb.109a top יד מְסַמְּאָה an unwashed hand put on the eye makes blind. Gen. R. s. 42 (ref. to עין משפט, Gen. 14:7 עין … לסַמּוֹתָהּ they wanted to blind the eye (of him) that established the rule of justice in the world; a. fr. 2) to tie up ones own eyes; to simulate blindness. Tosef.Peah IV, 14; Y. ib. VIII, 21b top; Keth.68a המְסמֵּא את עינו (a beggar) who ties his eye up. Nif. נִסְמָא, נִסְמָה to be blinded; to become blind. Num. R. s. 7, beg. Bekh.v, 5 (36b) שנִסְמֵת עינו (Talm. ed. שנִסְמֵית) that became blind on one eye; Keth.77a נִיסְמֵת; a. fr. Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּא, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּא, נִסְתַּמָּה same. Arakh.17b, sq. פִּתֵּחַ ונ׳ if he was open-eyed and became blind; B. Bath. 128a. Num. R. s. 18 מיד היה מִסְתַּמֵּא (not היתה) he would get blind at once; a. e.

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  • 406 סמא

    סמי, סָמָא, סָמָה(v. סוּם II) to tie up, close; to make blind.Part. pass. סָמוּי; f. סְמוּיָה, סְמוּיָיה; pl. סְמוּיִים, סְמוּיִין; סְמוּיוֹת a) tied up, hidden (cmp. סִימָה). Taan.8b (ref. to אסמיך, Deut. 28:8) דבר הס׳ מן העין that which is hidden from sight (the exact quantity of which you do not know); B. Mets.42a; a. e.b) blinded, blind. Kidd.24b הרי שהיתה עינו ס׳וכ׳ if the slaves eye was blind, and he (the master) cut it out. Keth.105a כמה ס׳ עיניהםוכ׳ how blind are the eyes of (how short-sighted are) those who receive bribes! Pi. סִמֵּא, סִימֵּא 1) to blind, make blind. Kidd. l. c. סי׳ עוברוכ׳ he injured the eye of the embryo (while operating on the mother). Ib. הרי שהיתה … וסִמְּאָהּ suppose the slaves eye was dim, and he (the master) made it entirely blind. Y.Kil.VIII, 31c top וסִימְּיָיהּ; B. Kam.91a וסִימְּאוֹ (Ms. M. וסימאה) and he made him blind. Ib. VIII, 7 האומר סַמֵּאוכ׳ if one says (to his neighbor), blind my eye, the neighbor is responsible. Gen. R. s. 75, end לו … לסַמּוֹתוכ׳ שלח he sent him a present in order to blind his eyes (with ref. to Deut. 16:19). Sabb.109a top יד מְסַמְּאָה an unwashed hand put on the eye makes blind. Gen. R. s. 42 (ref. to עין משפט, Gen. 14:7 עין … לסַמּוֹתָהּ they wanted to blind the eye (of him) that established the rule of justice in the world; a. fr. 2) to tie up ones own eyes; to simulate blindness. Tosef.Peah IV, 14; Y. ib. VIII, 21b top; Keth.68a המְסמֵּא את עינו (a beggar) who ties his eye up. Nif. נִסְמָא, נִסְמָה to be blinded; to become blind. Num. R. s. 7, beg. Bekh.v, 5 (36b) שנִסְמֵת עינו (Talm. ed. שנִסְמֵית) that became blind on one eye; Keth.77a נִיסְמֵת; a. fr. Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּא, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּא, נִסְתַּמָּה same. Arakh.17b, sq. פִּתֵּחַ ונ׳ if he was open-eyed and became blind; B. Bath. 128a. Num. R. s. 18 מיד היה מִסְתַּמֵּא (not היתה) he would get blind at once; a. e.

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  • 407 סָמָא

    סמי, סָמָא, סָמָה(v. סוּם II) to tie up, close; to make blind.Part. pass. סָמוּי; f. סְמוּיָה, סְמוּיָיה; pl. סְמוּיִים, סְמוּיִין; סְמוּיוֹת a) tied up, hidden (cmp. סִימָה). Taan.8b (ref. to אסמיך, Deut. 28:8) דבר הס׳ מן העין that which is hidden from sight (the exact quantity of which you do not know); B. Mets.42a; a. e.b) blinded, blind. Kidd.24b הרי שהיתה עינו ס׳וכ׳ if the slaves eye was blind, and he (the master) cut it out. Keth.105a כמה ס׳ עיניהםוכ׳ how blind are the eyes of (how short-sighted are) those who receive bribes! Pi. סִמֵּא, סִימֵּא 1) to blind, make blind. Kidd. l. c. סי׳ עוברוכ׳ he injured the eye of the embryo (while operating on the mother). Ib. הרי שהיתה … וסִמְּאָהּ suppose the slaves eye was dim, and he (the master) made it entirely blind. Y.Kil.VIII, 31c top וסִימְּיָיהּ; B. Kam.91a וסִימְּאוֹ (Ms. M. וסימאה) and he made him blind. Ib. VIII, 7 האומר סַמֵּאוכ׳ if one says (to his neighbor), blind my eye, the neighbor is responsible. Gen. R. s. 75, end לו … לסַמּוֹתוכ׳ שלח he sent him a present in order to blind his eyes (with ref. to Deut. 16:19). Sabb.109a top יד מְסַמְּאָה an unwashed hand put on the eye makes blind. Gen. R. s. 42 (ref. to עין משפט, Gen. 14:7 עין … לסַמּוֹתָהּ they wanted to blind the eye (of him) that established the rule of justice in the world; a. fr. 2) to tie up ones own eyes; to simulate blindness. Tosef.Peah IV, 14; Y. ib. VIII, 21b top; Keth.68a המְסמֵּא את עינו (a beggar) who ties his eye up. Nif. נִסְמָא, נִסְמָה to be blinded; to become blind. Num. R. s. 7, beg. Bekh.v, 5 (36b) שנִסְמֵת עינו (Talm. ed. שנִסְמֵית) that became blind on one eye; Keth.77a נִיסְמֵת; a. fr. Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּא, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּא, נִסְתַּמָּה same. Arakh.17b, sq. פִּתֵּחַ ונ׳ if he was open-eyed and became blind; B. Bath. 128a. Num. R. s. 18 מיד היה מִסְתַּמֵּא (not היתה) he would get blind at once; a. e.

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  • 408 סָמָה

    סמי, סָמָא, סָמָה(v. סוּם II) to tie up, close; to make blind.Part. pass. סָמוּי; f. סְמוּיָה, סְמוּיָיה; pl. סְמוּיִים, סְמוּיִין; סְמוּיוֹת a) tied up, hidden (cmp. סִימָה). Taan.8b (ref. to אסמיך, Deut. 28:8) דבר הס׳ מן העין that which is hidden from sight (the exact quantity of which you do not know); B. Mets.42a; a. e.b) blinded, blind. Kidd.24b הרי שהיתה עינו ס׳וכ׳ if the slaves eye was blind, and he (the master) cut it out. Keth.105a כמה ס׳ עיניהםוכ׳ how blind are the eyes of (how short-sighted are) those who receive bribes! Pi. סִמֵּא, סִימֵּא 1) to blind, make blind. Kidd. l. c. סי׳ עוברוכ׳ he injured the eye of the embryo (while operating on the mother). Ib. הרי שהיתה … וסִמְּאָהּ suppose the slaves eye was dim, and he (the master) made it entirely blind. Y.Kil.VIII, 31c top וסִימְּיָיהּ; B. Kam.91a וסִימְּאוֹ (Ms. M. וסימאה) and he made him blind. Ib. VIII, 7 האומר סַמֵּאוכ׳ if one says (to his neighbor), blind my eye, the neighbor is responsible. Gen. R. s. 75, end לו … לסַמּוֹתוכ׳ שלח he sent him a present in order to blind his eyes (with ref. to Deut. 16:19). Sabb.109a top יד מְסַמְּאָה an unwashed hand put on the eye makes blind. Gen. R. s. 42 (ref. to עין משפט, Gen. 14:7 עין … לסַמּוֹתָהּ they wanted to blind the eye (of him) that established the rule of justice in the world; a. fr. 2) to tie up ones own eyes; to simulate blindness. Tosef.Peah IV, 14; Y. ib. VIII, 21b top; Keth.68a המְסמֵּא את עינו (a beggar) who ties his eye up. Nif. נִסְמָא, נִסְמָה to be blinded; to become blind. Num. R. s. 7, beg. Bekh.v, 5 (36b) שנִסְמֵת עינו (Talm. ed. שנִסְמֵית) that became blind on one eye; Keth.77a נִיסְמֵת; a. fr. Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּא, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּא, נִסְתַּמָּה same. Arakh.17b, sq. פִּתֵּחַ ונ׳ if he was open-eyed and became blind; B. Bath. 128a. Num. R. s. 18 מיד היה מִסְתַּמֵּא (not היתה) he would get blind at once; a. e.

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  • 409 סמךְ

    סָמַךְ(b. h.) (to close, join, 1) to pack, make close, stamp. Shebi. III, 8 לא יִסְמוֹךְ בעפר one should not support the dam by packing earth upon it, v. סָבַךְ. Gen. R. s. 5 סְמָבָןוכ׳ he crowded them between (Lev. R. s. 10 שָׂמָן); a. e. 2) to support, stem. Midr. Till. to Ps. 136, עוג היה … וסוֹמְכוֹ Og broke a mountain loòse and threw it on the Israelites …, Moses took a pebble and mentioned the Holy Name over it and stemmed its fall; הידים שכך סוֹמְכוֹת the hands which thus stem (the mountain); Deut. R. s. 1, end; a. e. 3) to bring close, to join. Y.Sabb.III, 5d bot. אפי׳ לִסְמוֹךְ לו even to place a vessel close to it (to be warmed); Bab. ib. 38b. Y.Kil.II, 27d סוֹמְכִין עומריןוכ׳ you may put packed sheaves by the side of Kil. II, 7 לסמוך לווכ׳ to plant closely adjoining to it Ib. 8; a. fr.Esp. (sub. יד) a) to press hands on the head of a sacrifice (to indicate ownership). Men.IX, 8 הכל סוֹמְכִיןוכ׳ all persons are entitled to lay hands on their sacrifices, except Ḥag.II, 2 שלא לסמוך that the laying on of hands must not be done on the Holy Days. Ib. 3 ואין סומכין עליהם but hands must not be laid on them; a. fr.b) to lay hands on the head of a scholar, in gen. to ordain. Snh.14a the government decreed שכל הסומך יהרגוכ׳ that whosoever ordained a scholar should be put to death, and whosoever be ordained should be put to death, ועיר שסומכיןוכ׳ and the town wherein the ordination takes place Ib. וס׳ שם חמשהוכ׳ and he ordained there five elders. Ib. ר״מ לא סְמָכוֹר״ע that R. Akiba never ordained R. M.Ib. סומכין בארץ ונִסְמָכִיןוכ׳ if those ordaining stand on Palestinean ground, and those to be ordained outside of Palestine; a. fr. 4) to lean, to rely. Ber.9a, a. fr., v. כְּדָיי. Erub.65b נִסְמוֹךְ עלוכ׳ let us rely on the opinion of ; a. fr.Trnsf. a) to support; to find support for an opinion or a rule, (v. אַסְמַכְתָּא). Y.Shebi.X, 39c bot. (ref. to Deut. 15:3) מיכן סָמְכוּ לפרוזבולוכ׳ here they found a support for the prosbol as a Biblical institution, expl. בשהתקין הלל סְמָכוּהוּוכ׳ when Hillel had instituted it, they supported it by reference to b) (with ענין) to bring under the same rule laws which are joined in the Biblical text. Yeb.4a (ref. to Ex. 22:17 a. 18) סמכו עניין לווכ׳ they brought the subject (verse 17) close to it (verse 18) (to intimate) as the punishment for the one is stoning, so is it for the other. Ib. וכי מפני שסמכווכ׳ can we put a person to death on an intimation suggested merely by the neighborhood of two subjects? (v. סְמוּכִים, infra).Part. pass. סָמוּךְ; f. סְמוּכָה; pl. סְמוּכִים, סְמוּכִין; סְמוּכוֹת a) near, close by. Meg.3b וכל הס׳ לו and all (the inhabited area) adjoining it. Men.98a, a. e. על בס׳ the preposition ʿal means immediately on. Sifré Num. 131 הרבה פרשיות ס׳וכ׳ many sections (in the Torah) adjoin one another, and yet are (mentally) as far from one another Sabb.I, 2 ס׳ למנחה near Minḥah time; a. v. fr.Esp. סְמוּכִין, סְמוּכִים the interpretation founded on the fact of local junction of texts (v. supra). Yeb. l. c. ס׳ מן התורה מנין where is it intimated that Biblical texts are to be interpreted on the basis of proximity? Answ. (ref. to Ps. 111:8): they are arranged Ib. מאן דלא דריש ס׳ he who does not adopt the interpretation based on textual proximity. Ber.10a; a. fr.b) strong, hardened. Num. R. s. 9 לבה ס׳ עליהם her heart is hardened towards them (and their presence will prevent her from confessing her guilt); cmp. גּוּס I. Nif. נִסְמַךְ 1) to be adjoined. Ber. l. c. למה נִסְמְכָהוכ׳ why has the section referring to Absalom (Ps. 3) been joined to that relating to Gog and Magog (Ps. 2)? Tanḥ. Ḥuck. 20 ונ׳ להרוכ׳ and is close to the mountain opposite. M. Kat. 28a; a. fr. 2) to be ordained. Snh. l. c., v. supra. Yoma 87a שראויין לִיסָּמֵךְ who are worthy to be ordained; a. fr. Pi. סִימֵּךְ to support, prop. Y.Maasr.II, 50a top המְסַמֵּךְ בגפנים he who props vines. Yalk. Ex. 244 עוזר ומסמך אתהוכ׳ thou art a helper and supporter to all ; a. e.Part. pass. מְסוּמָּךְ, pl. מְסוּמָּכִין. Kel. II, 2 יושבין שלא מ׳ (vessels or fragments of vessels) resting without the need of a support. Hif. הִסְמִיךְ to pack, tread. Y. Maasr. l. c. ברגליו מַסְמִיךְ working with his feet is he who packs (sheaves ; Y.B. Mets.VII, beg.11b מקמץ). Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּךְ, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּךְ to lean ones self. Gen. R. s. 45, end היתה מִסְתַּמֶּכֶת עלוכ׳ was leaning on her hand-maid. Sifré Num. 131 והיה מִסְתַּמֵּךְוכ׳ and he went off leaning on his stick; a. e.

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  • 410 סָמַךְ

    סָמַךְ(b. h.) (to close, join, 1) to pack, make close, stamp. Shebi. III, 8 לא יִסְמוֹךְ בעפר one should not support the dam by packing earth upon it, v. סָבַךְ. Gen. R. s. 5 סְמָבָןוכ׳ he crowded them between (Lev. R. s. 10 שָׂמָן); a. e. 2) to support, stem. Midr. Till. to Ps. 136, עוג היה … וסוֹמְכוֹ Og broke a mountain loòse and threw it on the Israelites …, Moses took a pebble and mentioned the Holy Name over it and stemmed its fall; הידים שכך סוֹמְכוֹת the hands which thus stem (the mountain); Deut. R. s. 1, end; a. e. 3) to bring close, to join. Y.Sabb.III, 5d bot. אפי׳ לִסְמוֹךְ לו even to place a vessel close to it (to be warmed); Bab. ib. 38b. Y.Kil.II, 27d סוֹמְכִין עומריןוכ׳ you may put packed sheaves by the side of Kil. II, 7 לסמוך לווכ׳ to plant closely adjoining to it Ib. 8; a. fr.Esp. (sub. יד) a) to press hands on the head of a sacrifice (to indicate ownership). Men.IX, 8 הכל סוֹמְכִיןוכ׳ all persons are entitled to lay hands on their sacrifices, except Ḥag.II, 2 שלא לסמוך that the laying on of hands must not be done on the Holy Days. Ib. 3 ואין סומכין עליהם but hands must not be laid on them; a. fr.b) to lay hands on the head of a scholar, in gen. to ordain. Snh.14a the government decreed שכל הסומך יהרגוכ׳ that whosoever ordained a scholar should be put to death, and whosoever be ordained should be put to death, ועיר שסומכיןוכ׳ and the town wherein the ordination takes place Ib. וס׳ שם חמשהוכ׳ and he ordained there five elders. Ib. ר״מ לא סְמָכוֹר״ע that R. Akiba never ordained R. M.Ib. סומכין בארץ ונִסְמָכִיןוכ׳ if those ordaining stand on Palestinean ground, and those to be ordained outside of Palestine; a. fr. 4) to lean, to rely. Ber.9a, a. fr., v. כְּדָיי. Erub.65b נִסְמוֹךְ עלוכ׳ let us rely on the opinion of ; a. fr.Trnsf. a) to support; to find support for an opinion or a rule, (v. אַסְמַכְתָּא). Y.Shebi.X, 39c bot. (ref. to Deut. 15:3) מיכן סָמְכוּ לפרוזבולוכ׳ here they found a support for the prosbol as a Biblical institution, expl. בשהתקין הלל סְמָכוּהוּוכ׳ when Hillel had instituted it, they supported it by reference to b) (with ענין) to bring under the same rule laws which are joined in the Biblical text. Yeb.4a (ref. to Ex. 22:17 a. 18) סמכו עניין לווכ׳ they brought the subject (verse 17) close to it (verse 18) (to intimate) as the punishment for the one is stoning, so is it for the other. Ib. וכי מפני שסמכווכ׳ can we put a person to death on an intimation suggested merely by the neighborhood of two subjects? (v. סְמוּכִים, infra).Part. pass. סָמוּךְ; f. סְמוּכָה; pl. סְמוּכִים, סְמוּכִין; סְמוּכוֹת a) near, close by. Meg.3b וכל הס׳ לו and all (the inhabited area) adjoining it. Men.98a, a. e. על בס׳ the preposition ʿal means immediately on. Sifré Num. 131 הרבה פרשיות ס׳וכ׳ many sections (in the Torah) adjoin one another, and yet are (mentally) as far from one another Sabb.I, 2 ס׳ למנחה near Minḥah time; a. v. fr.Esp. סְמוּכִין, סְמוּכִים the interpretation founded on the fact of local junction of texts (v. supra). Yeb. l. c. ס׳ מן התורה מנין where is it intimated that Biblical texts are to be interpreted on the basis of proximity? Answ. (ref. to Ps. 111:8): they are arranged Ib. מאן דלא דריש ס׳ he who does not adopt the interpretation based on textual proximity. Ber.10a; a. fr.b) strong, hardened. Num. R. s. 9 לבה ס׳ עליהם her heart is hardened towards them (and their presence will prevent her from confessing her guilt); cmp. גּוּס I. Nif. נִסְמַךְ 1) to be adjoined. Ber. l. c. למה נִסְמְכָהוכ׳ why has the section referring to Absalom (Ps. 3) been joined to that relating to Gog and Magog (Ps. 2)? Tanḥ. Ḥuck. 20 ונ׳ להרוכ׳ and is close to the mountain opposite. M. Kat. 28a; a. fr. 2) to be ordained. Snh. l. c., v. supra. Yoma 87a שראויין לִיסָּמֵךְ who are worthy to be ordained; a. fr. Pi. סִימֵּךְ to support, prop. Y.Maasr.II, 50a top המְסַמֵּךְ בגפנים he who props vines. Yalk. Ex. 244 עוזר ומסמך אתהוכ׳ thou art a helper and supporter to all ; a. e.Part. pass. מְסוּמָּךְ, pl. מְסוּמָּכִין. Kel. II, 2 יושבין שלא מ׳ (vessels or fragments of vessels) resting without the need of a support. Hif. הִסְמִיךְ to pack, tread. Y. Maasr. l. c. ברגליו מַסְמִיךְ working with his feet is he who packs (sheaves ; Y.B. Mets.VII, beg.11b מקמץ). Hithpa. הִסְתַּמֵּךְ, Nithpa. נִסְתַּמֵּךְ to lean ones self. Gen. R. s. 45, end היתה מִסְתַּמֶּכֶת עלוכ׳ was leaning on her hand-maid. Sifré Num. 131 והיה מִסְתַּמֵּךְוכ׳ and he went off leaning on his stick; a. e.

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  • 411 סנן

    סָנַן( to sting, cmp. סְנֶה; of color:) to be bright, shine. V. סְנוּנִית.Part. pass. סָנוּן; pl. סְנוּנִין. Num. R. s. 4 (expl. מפזז, 2 Sam. 6:16) היה לבוש בגדי זהב ס׳וכ׳ he was dressed in glistening, gold-embroidered garments shining like fine gold. Pi. סִינֵּן to clear, filter; (of metals) to smelt, refine. Sabb.XX, 2 מְסַנְּנִין את הייןוכ׳ you may (on the Sabbath) filter wine through a cloth Ḥull.67a יבחושין שסִינְּנָן gnats in liquids which one has passed through a filter; a. e.Part. pass. מְסוּנָּן refined, bright. Num. R. l. c. (expl. מפזז, v. supra) הזהב המס׳ … פוזז the refined gold which he wore made a rustling noise. Nithpa. נִסְתַּנֵּן, Hithpol. הִסְתּוֹנֵן to be refined. Ib. s. 7, beg. נִסְתַּנְּנוּ הפסולות ממנווכ׳ when the base metals are removed from it (the silver) by refining, it shows at once Pesik. R. s. 14 (ref. to Ps. 12:7) (read:) כשם שהכסף … ומצטרף ומִסְתּוֹנֵןוכ׳ as the silver to be smelted enters the crucible and is smelted and refined etc.; כך היא התורה מִסְתּוֹנֶנֶתוכ׳ so is the Law refined and smelted (through study) in forty-nine ways.

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  • 412 סָנַן

    סָנַן( to sting, cmp. סְנֶה; of color:) to be bright, shine. V. סְנוּנִית.Part. pass. סָנוּן; pl. סְנוּנִין. Num. R. s. 4 (expl. מפזז, 2 Sam. 6:16) היה לבוש בגדי זהב ס׳וכ׳ he was dressed in glistening, gold-embroidered garments shining like fine gold. Pi. סִינֵּן to clear, filter; (of metals) to smelt, refine. Sabb.XX, 2 מְסַנְּנִין את הייןוכ׳ you may (on the Sabbath) filter wine through a cloth Ḥull.67a יבחושין שסִינְּנָן gnats in liquids which one has passed through a filter; a. e.Part. pass. מְסוּנָּן refined, bright. Num. R. l. c. (expl. מפזז, v. supra) הזהב המס׳ … פוזז the refined gold which he wore made a rustling noise. Nithpa. נִסְתַּנֵּן, Hithpol. הִסְתּוֹנֵן to be refined. Ib. s. 7, beg. נִסְתַּנְּנוּ הפסולות ממנווכ׳ when the base metals are removed from it (the silver) by refining, it shows at once Pesik. R. s. 14 (ref. to Ps. 12:7) (read:) כשם שהכסף … ומצטרף ומִסְתּוֹנֵןוכ׳ as the silver to be smelted enters the crucible and is smelted and refined etc.; כך היא התורה מִסְתּוֹנֶנֶתוכ׳ so is the Law refined and smelted (through study) in forty-nine ways.

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  • 413 ספג

    סָפַג(denom. of סְפוֹג) 1) to swallow, absorb. Cant. R. to VII, 3 מה חטה זו סוֹפֶגֶת … סוֹפְגִיןוכ׳ as the wheat (flour) absorbs (water), so Israel absorbs Ab. V, 15, v. סְפוֹג; a. e.Trnsf. (cmp. לָקָה, בְּלַע) to receive lashes, be punished. Tem.I, 1, a. fr. סוֹפֵג את הארבעים receives forty (thirty-nine) lashes. Naz.IV, 3 אם אינה סופגת … תִּסְפּוֹגוכ׳ if she cannot receive the Biblical punishment, let her receive the punishment for rebellion; a. fr. 2) to use a סְפוֹג, to wipe, dry. Sabb.XXII, 1 לא יִסְפּוֹג (Ar. יְסַפֵּג Pi.) he must not put down a sponge (to absorb the spilt wine). Zeb.VI, 5 סְפָגוֹ במלח he dried the dripping head of the sacrifice by rubbing salt on it. Tosef. ib. VII, 10 מלח ולא ס׳ ס׳וכ׳ if he put salt on but did not dry it, or if he dried it without putting salt on; a. e.Sabb.145a לסוֹפְגָן במלח Ar. (ed. לסופתן, v. סָפַת).Tosef.Zab.I, 9 וסופג, read: וסִפּוּג.Yalk. Deut. 840 סופגין, read: סופנין, v. סָפַן. Pi. סִיפֵּג same; v. supra, a. infra. Hif. הִסְפִּיג 1) to wipe, dry. Men.7b וטבל ולא מַסְפִּיג (Rashi: מְסַפֵּג Pi.) he must dip (Lev. 4:6) but not wipe, i. e. there must be blood enough in the vessel to dip the finger into it; Yalk. Lev. 469; Zeb.93b מְסַפֵּג. Num. R. s. 17 נטלו והִסְפִּיגוֹ he took it (the flayed ram) and wiped it (with salt, v. supra); a. e. 2) to receive drippings, collect. Gen. R. s. 94 כשרף הזה … עד שמַסְפִּיגִין אותו like resin which scarcely begins to ooze out, when arrangements are made to collect it; Tanḥ. Bmidb. 16 (not השבט); ed. Bub. ib. 19; Yalk. Ezra 1067. Hithpa. הִסְתַּפֵּג, Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּג to be wiped off, dried. Num. R. l. c. כאילו יצחק מִסְתַּפֵּג לפניך as if Isaacs blood had been wiped off. Sabb.XXII, 5 הריחץ … ונ׳ if one bathed … and dried himself Ib. מִסְתַּפְּגִיןוכ׳ wipe themselves with one sheet. Yoma III, 4. Tosef.Zab.I, 9 כדי … ויִסְתַּפֵּג time enough for a person to bathe, come up and dry himself; a. fr.

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  • 414 סָפַג

    סָפַג(denom. of סְפוֹג) 1) to swallow, absorb. Cant. R. to VII, 3 מה חטה זו סוֹפֶגֶת … סוֹפְגִיןוכ׳ as the wheat (flour) absorbs (water), so Israel absorbs Ab. V, 15, v. סְפוֹג; a. e.Trnsf. (cmp. לָקָה, בְּלַע) to receive lashes, be punished. Tem.I, 1, a. fr. סוֹפֵג את הארבעים receives forty (thirty-nine) lashes. Naz.IV, 3 אם אינה סופגת … תִּסְפּוֹגוכ׳ if she cannot receive the Biblical punishment, let her receive the punishment for rebellion; a. fr. 2) to use a סְפוֹג, to wipe, dry. Sabb.XXII, 1 לא יִסְפּוֹג (Ar. יְסַפֵּג Pi.) he must not put down a sponge (to absorb the spilt wine). Zeb.VI, 5 סְפָגוֹ במלח he dried the dripping head of the sacrifice by rubbing salt on it. Tosef. ib. VII, 10 מלח ולא ס׳ ס׳וכ׳ if he put salt on but did not dry it, or if he dried it without putting salt on; a. e.Sabb.145a לסוֹפְגָן במלח Ar. (ed. לסופתן, v. סָפַת).Tosef.Zab.I, 9 וסופג, read: וסִפּוּג.Yalk. Deut. 840 סופגין, read: סופנין, v. סָפַן. Pi. סִיפֵּג same; v. supra, a. infra. Hif. הִסְפִּיג 1) to wipe, dry. Men.7b וטבל ולא מַסְפִּיג (Rashi: מְסַפֵּג Pi.) he must dip (Lev. 4:6) but not wipe, i. e. there must be blood enough in the vessel to dip the finger into it; Yalk. Lev. 469; Zeb.93b מְסַפֵּג. Num. R. s. 17 נטלו והִסְפִּיגוֹ he took it (the flayed ram) and wiped it (with salt, v. supra); a. e. 2) to receive drippings, collect. Gen. R. s. 94 כשרף הזה … עד שמַסְפִּיגִין אותו like resin which scarcely begins to ooze out, when arrangements are made to collect it; Tanḥ. Bmidb. 16 (not השבט); ed. Bub. ib. 19; Yalk. Ezra 1067. Hithpa. הִסְתַּפֵּג, Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּג to be wiped off, dried. Num. R. l. c. כאילו יצחק מִסְתַּפֵּג לפניך as if Isaacs blood had been wiped off. Sabb.XXII, 5 הריחץ … ונ׳ if one bathed … and dried himself Ib. מִסְתַּפְּגִיןוכ׳ wipe themselves with one sheet. Yoma III, 4. Tosef.Zab.I, 9 כדי … ויִסְתַּפֵּג time enough for a person to bathe, come up and dry himself; a. fr.

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  • 415 ספח

    סָפַח(b. h.) to grow, swell, be added to. Pi. סִפֵּחַ 1) to add, esp. (of a river) to cast out alluvial soil, make new land Gen. R. s. 13 על הנהר שמְסַפֵּחַ למדינהוכ׳ when a river ameliorates the soil of a district, we say the blessing etc.; Y.Ber.IX, 14a מספיק (corr. acc.). 2) to join, conspire. Tanḥ. Thazr. 11 (play on ספחת, Lev. 13:2) שהיה המן מספח עםוכ׳ Haman conspired with Ahasver to destroy etc. 3) (v. סַפַּחַת) to smite with sores. Pesik. Vattom., p. 133a> (ref. to ושׂפח, Is. 3:17) ואין ספח אלא צרעת sippaḥ means striking with leprosy; Tanḥ. l. c. אינ ושִׂפַּחוכ׳; Lev. R. s. 16 הלקן בצרעת. Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּחַ to attach ones self, become a citizen. Ruth R. to I, 1 end שהניחו ישראל ונִסְתַּפְּחוּוכ׳ they left Israel and became citizens in the fields of Moab.

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  • 416 סָפַח

    סָפַח(b. h.) to grow, swell, be added to. Pi. סִפֵּחַ 1) to add, esp. (of a river) to cast out alluvial soil, make new land Gen. R. s. 13 על הנהר שמְסַפֵּחַ למדינהוכ׳ when a river ameliorates the soil of a district, we say the blessing etc.; Y.Ber.IX, 14a מספיק (corr. acc.). 2) to join, conspire. Tanḥ. Thazr. 11 (play on ספחת, Lev. 13:2) שהיה המן מספח עםוכ׳ Haman conspired with Ahasver to destroy etc. 3) (v. סַפַּחַת) to smite with sores. Pesik. Vattom., p. 133a> (ref. to ושׂפח, Is. 3:17) ואין ספח אלא צרעת sippaḥ means striking with leprosy; Tanḥ. l. c. אינ ושִׂפַּחוכ׳; Lev. R. s. 16 הלקן בצרעת. Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּחַ to attach ones self, become a citizen. Ruth R. to I, 1 end שהניחו ישראל ונִסְתַּפְּחוּוכ׳ they left Israel and became citizens in the fields of Moab.

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  • 417 ספק II

    סָפַקII (b. h. שָׂפק) to divide, distribute; to supply; to suffice. Mekh. Bshall., Vayass‘a, s. 1 ולא סָפְקוּ אלאוכ׳ and they supplied water for only seventy date trees; כיון … וספקו להם ושנווכ׳ when the Israelites came and six hundred thousand men encamped around them, they supplied them (with drinking water), and this a second and a third time. Pi. סִיפֵּק to supply, furnish. Ib. s. 6 אם מְסַפֵּק לנו צרכנווכ׳ (ed. Weiss מַסְפִּיק, Hif.) if he supplies our wants, we shall serve him B. Mets. IX, 1 (103b) שניהם מְסַפְּקִין את הקנים the two together have to furnish the needed poles. Sot.11b היו מְסַפְּקוֹת להם מים ומזון they supplied them with water and food; a. fr.(Midr. Till. to Ps. 92 לספק לו, v. סְפִיקוּלָא I.V. סִיפּוּק II. Hif. הִסְפִּיק 1) to distribute, supply. Lev. R. s. 4 (ref. to יספוק, Job 34:37) אתה מַסְפִּיק בנינווכ׳ thou distributest thy sins among us, i. e. we have to suffer for thy sins; Yalk. Job 920 משתיק (corr. acc.; Var. משְׂפִּיק). Mekh. l. c., v. supra; a. e. 2) (with ביד) to give sufficient time or power; to allow an opportunity. Ab. V, 18 אין מַסְפִּיקִין בידווכ׳ no time (or opportunity) will be given him to do repentance; Yoma 87a; Tosef. ib. V (IV), 11. Ib. 10 אין מספיקין בידווכ׳ he will be given no opportunity (temptation) to sin; a. fr. 3) to have sufficient time, power ; to succeed, finish. Taan.21a לא הִסְפַּקְתִּי לפרוקוכ׳ I had not yet finished unloading when Y. Ber.IX, 14b bot. לאה׳ לומר עדוכ׳ he had not yet finished saying Shm‘a, when he expired; a. fr.(Ib. 14a מספיק למדינה, v. סָפַח. Hitpa. הִסְתַּפֵּק Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּק 1) to be supplied, to supply ones self. Pes.8a במִסְתַּפֵּק when it is a store-room from which supplies are taken for the table; ib. b. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d bot. אבותיכם היו מִסְתַּפְּקִין משלנווכ׳ (not בשלנו) your fathers used to buy supplies (of wine) of our fathers, why do you not buy of us? Y.Dem.III, 23c, a. e. מִסְתַּפֶּקֶת, v. סִידְקִי. Erub.88a אדם עשוי להִסְתַּפֵּק סאתיםוכ׳ a person usually consumes two Sah of water a day (from the supply in the cistern); a. fr.Der. Er. ch. VII ונִסְתַּפְּקוּ they ate and were amply supplied (enjoyed their meal). 2) (cmp. סָפֵק) to be doubtful Y.Yeb.XI, end, 12b נ׳ לו he was in doubt.

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  • 418 סָפַק

    סָפַקII (b. h. שָׂפק) to divide, distribute; to supply; to suffice. Mekh. Bshall., Vayass‘a, s. 1 ולא סָפְקוּ אלאוכ׳ and they supplied water for only seventy date trees; כיון … וספקו להם ושנווכ׳ when the Israelites came and six hundred thousand men encamped around them, they supplied them (with drinking water), and this a second and a third time. Pi. סִיפֵּק to supply, furnish. Ib. s. 6 אם מְסַפֵּק לנו צרכנווכ׳ (ed. Weiss מַסְפִּיק, Hif.) if he supplies our wants, we shall serve him B. Mets. IX, 1 (103b) שניהם מְסַפְּקִין את הקנים the two together have to furnish the needed poles. Sot.11b היו מְסַפְּקוֹת להם מים ומזון they supplied them with water and food; a. fr.(Midr. Till. to Ps. 92 לספק לו, v. סְפִיקוּלָא I.V. סִיפּוּק II. Hif. הִסְפִּיק 1) to distribute, supply. Lev. R. s. 4 (ref. to יספוק, Job 34:37) אתה מַסְפִּיק בנינווכ׳ thou distributest thy sins among us, i. e. we have to suffer for thy sins; Yalk. Job 920 משתיק (corr. acc.; Var. משְׂפִּיק). Mekh. l. c., v. supra; a. e. 2) (with ביד) to give sufficient time or power; to allow an opportunity. Ab. V, 18 אין מַסְפִּיקִין בידווכ׳ no time (or opportunity) will be given him to do repentance; Yoma 87a; Tosef. ib. V (IV), 11. Ib. 10 אין מספיקין בידווכ׳ he will be given no opportunity (temptation) to sin; a. fr. 3) to have sufficient time, power ; to succeed, finish. Taan.21a לא הִסְפַּקְתִּי לפרוקוכ׳ I had not yet finished unloading when Y. Ber.IX, 14b bot. לאה׳ לומר עדוכ׳ he had not yet finished saying Shm‘a, when he expired; a. fr.(Ib. 14a מספיק למדינה, v. סָפַח. Hitpa. הִסְתַּפֵּק Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּק 1) to be supplied, to supply ones self. Pes.8a במִסְתַּפֵּק when it is a store-room from which supplies are taken for the table; ib. b. Y.Ab. Zar. V, 44d bot. אבותיכם היו מִסְתַּפְּקִין משלנווכ׳ (not בשלנו) your fathers used to buy supplies (of wine) of our fathers, why do you not buy of us? Y.Dem.III, 23c, a. e. מִסְתַּפֶּקֶת, v. סִידְקִי. Erub.88a אדם עשוי להִסְתַּפֵּק סאתיםוכ׳ a person usually consumes two Sah of water a day (from the supply in the cistern); a. fr.Der. Er. ch. VII ונִסְתַּפְּקוּ they ate and were amply supplied (enjoyed their meal). 2) (cmp. סָפֵק) to be doubtful Y.Yeb.XI, end, 12b נ׳ לו he was in doubt.

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  • 419 ספק

    סְפַק, סְפֵיקch. sam( Hitpa. הִסְתַּפֵּק Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּק to be supplied, to supply ones self), 1) to supply, furnish; to give an opportunity. Targ. Y. II Num. 24:6. Targ. Y. II Deut. 28:32. 2) to be sufficient; to have enough; to have done. Targ. 1 Kings 20:10. Targ. 1 Chr. 27:24. Targ. O. Gen. 24:19 דִּיסָפְקוּן ed. Berl. (oth. דיסַפְּקוּן, Pa.; Y. די ספְקוּן); a. fr.Targ. Lam. 2:11 ספקו בדמעןוכ׳ my eyes have done shedding tears; prob. to be read: פסקו; h. text כלו. Pa. סַפֵּיק 1) to distribute, supply. Targ. O. Deut. 2:7 סַפֶּק (ed. Berl. סוֹפֵיק Poël; Y. ed. Vien. סוּפֵיק, read: סוֹ׳). Targ. Hos. 2:7; a. fr. 2) to be sufficient. Targ. Jud. 21:14. Targ. Num. 11:22; a. e.Esp. (with ידא; interch. with Pe.) to be able, afford, Targ. Y. Lev. 14:21, sq.; 30, sq.V. מְסַפְּקָא. 3) to divide.Part. pass. מְסַפַּק, מְסַפְּקָא divided in opinion, doubtful, questionable. Targ. Lam. 5:3 מס׳ להון they are in doubt.Bets.4b ר׳ אסי סַפּוּקֵי מס׳ ליה R. A. was undecided in his opinion. Pes.117a אלמא מס׳ ליה which proves that he was undecided; a. fr.Hence: 4) to create a doubt, make doubtful, treat as doubtful. Kidd.39a (ref. to doubtful ‘Orlah fruit outside of Palestine) סַפֵּק ליוכ׳ make them doubtful for me (pluck them in my absence), and I shall eat them. Ib. מְסַפְּקוּ סַפּוּקֵי להדדי they made (the fruit) doubtful to one another (by exchanging fruit cut by the one in the absence of the other). Bekh.49a מְסַפְּקִינָן ליה we treat it as doubtful. Poël סוֹפֵיק, סוֹפָק to supply. Targ. Hos. 13:5. Targ. Deut. 2:7, v. supra. Af. אַסְפֵּיק 1) same, to supply; to be sufficient. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:20. Targ. Josh. 17:16; a. e. 2) to divide, distribute. Targ. Job 34:37 (v. Lev. R. s. 4, quot. in preced.).

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  • 420 ספיק

    סְפַק, סְפֵיקch. sam( Hitpa. הִסְתַּפֵּק Nithpa. נִסְתַּפֵּק to be supplied, to supply ones self), 1) to supply, furnish; to give an opportunity. Targ. Y. II Num. 24:6. Targ. Y. II Deut. 28:32. 2) to be sufficient; to have enough; to have done. Targ. 1 Kings 20:10. Targ. 1 Chr. 27:24. Targ. O. Gen. 24:19 דִּיסָפְקוּן ed. Berl. (oth. דיסַפְּקוּן, Pa.; Y. די ספְקוּן); a. fr.Targ. Lam. 2:11 ספקו בדמעןוכ׳ my eyes have done shedding tears; prob. to be read: פסקו; h. text כלו. Pa. סַפֵּיק 1) to distribute, supply. Targ. O. Deut. 2:7 סַפֶּק (ed. Berl. סוֹפֵיק Poël; Y. ed. Vien. סוּפֵיק, read: סוֹ׳). Targ. Hos. 2:7; a. fr. 2) to be sufficient. Targ. Jud. 21:14. Targ. Num. 11:22; a. e.Esp. (with ידא; interch. with Pe.) to be able, afford, Targ. Y. Lev. 14:21, sq.; 30, sq.V. מְסַפְּקָא. 3) to divide.Part. pass. מְסַפַּק, מְסַפְּקָא divided in opinion, doubtful, questionable. Targ. Lam. 5:3 מס׳ להון they are in doubt.Bets.4b ר׳ אסי סַפּוּקֵי מס׳ ליה R. A. was undecided in his opinion. Pes.117a אלמא מס׳ ליה which proves that he was undecided; a. fr.Hence: 4) to create a doubt, make doubtful, treat as doubtful. Kidd.39a (ref. to doubtful ‘Orlah fruit outside of Palestine) סַפֵּק ליוכ׳ make them doubtful for me (pluck them in my absence), and I shall eat them. Ib. מְסַפְּקוּ סַפּוּקֵי להדדי they made (the fruit) doubtful to one another (by exchanging fruit cut by the one in the absence of the other). Bekh.49a מְסַפְּקִינָן ליה we treat it as doubtful. Poël סוֹפֵיק, סוֹפָק to supply. Targ. Hos. 13:5. Targ. Deut. 2:7, v. supra. Af. אַסְפֵּיק 1) same, to supply; to be sufficient. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:20. Targ. Josh. 17:16; a. e. 2) to divide, distribute. Targ. Job 34:37 (v. Lev. R. s. 4, quot. in preced.).

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