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  • 561 פתי

    פתי, פָּתָה(b. h.; cmp. פתח) 1) (to be open, wide,) to be accessible to influences, be compliant. Ex. R. s. 21 (ref. to Hos. 7:11) אצלי הם כיונה פוֹתָהוכ׳ towards me they are like a tame dove, whatever I decree over them, they do and obey, but towards the nations of the world they are intractable like wild beasts. 2) to open; trnsf. to influence, persuade, entice. Snh.38a (play on מי פתי Prov. 9:16) מי פְּתָאוֹ לזהוכ׳ who persuaded this man (Adam)? A woman spoke to him; (differ. in Yalk. Prov. 94 3).(Num. R. s. 7 ופותין read: ופוֹתְתִין, v. פָּתַת. Pi. פִּיתָּה (to open the heart of,) to persuade; 1) (in a good sense) to win, conquer. Lev. R. s. 29 (ref. to Ps. 89:16) שהם מכירין לפַתּוֹתוכ׳ they know how to win the favor of their Creator ; (Midr. Till. to Ps. 81 לרצות); Yalk. Ps. 840; Pesik. Baḥod., p. 152a>. Y.Kidd.III, 64c top מְפַתִּים אותו … וכופיןוכ׳ they (the court) persuade him to give her a letter of divorce, but they force him to ; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 71 פיתיתי, v. infra. 2) to gratify; to mislead by gratifying; to deceive. Lev. R. s. 6, beg. (ref. to יהפתית, Prov. 24:28) מאחר שפִּתִּיתֶם אותו בסיניוכ׳ after you gratified him at Sinai, saying (Ex. 24:7) Ib. מאחר שפִּתִּיתָ בשפתיךוכ׳ after thou hast gratified with thy lips (promised to appear as witness) and caused him to go to law; a. e.Deut. R. s. 7 (play on ובמ̇ופ̇ת̇ים, Deut. 4:34) היו המכות מְֹפַֹתֹּות אותםוכ׳ the plagues (by coming at intervals) deceived them (made the Egyptians believe every time that they were relieved forever); Midr. Till, to Ps. 78:43 מפיתית בהן ed. Bub. (oth. ed. שפותות בהן; corr. acc.). 3) to entice. Y.Snh.X, 28d the strong Moabite wine שהוא מְפַתֶּה הגנף לזנות which opens the body to lust; Num. R. s. 10, a. e., v. פְּתוּגְתָּא; a. fr.Esp. to seduce. Keth.III, 9 (41a) האומר פִּיתֵּיתִי אתוכ׳ if one declares, I have seduced that mans daughter. Ib. 4 המְפַתֶּה נותן the seducer pays three fines, opp. to אונס; a. fr.Y.Keth.III, 27b שהפיתתו, read: שהיא פִיתְּתוֹ when she seduced him. Pu. פּוּתָּה to be persuaded: to be seduced. Gen. R. s. 71; Yalk. ib. 127 פּוּתֵּיתִי (not פית׳), v. יָסַת.Part. f. מְפוּתָּה a seduced woman. Keth.39b; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְפַּתֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְפַּתֶּה 1) to be widened. Yalk. Is. 302 אף היא מִתְפַּתָּה … ומרחבתוכ׳ it (Gehenna), too, grows every day wider and broader and deeper (with ref. to תפתה, Is. 30:33). 2) to be persuaded; to be enticed. Gen. R. s. 17 מפני מה האיש נוח להִתְפַּתּוֹתוכ׳ why is man easily appeased and woman is not?; v. פִּיּוּס.Num. R. l. c. ע״י היין נִתְפַּתּוּ וזנו through wine they were enticed and i they committed whoredom. Erub.19a (play on תפתה, v. supra) כל המִתְפַּתֶּה ביצרו יפול שם whosoever is carried away by his evil desire falls into it (Gehenna). Yalk. Is. l. c.Keth.IV, 1 נערה שנִתְפַּתְּתָהוכ׳ if a young girl has been seduced (v. נַעֲרָה); a. fr. 3) to insinuate ones self, to make ones self popular. Esth. R. introd. (play on אפ̇ת̇ם, Ezra 4:13) אפי׳ דברים שהמלכות מִתְפַּתָּה בהםוכ׳ even with those things by which the (Roman) government makes itself popular, as theatres and circuses, it does harm.

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  • 562 פתה

    פתי, פָּתָה(b. h.; cmp. פתח) 1) (to be open, wide,) to be accessible to influences, be compliant. Ex. R. s. 21 (ref. to Hos. 7:11) אצלי הם כיונה פוֹתָהוכ׳ towards me they are like a tame dove, whatever I decree over them, they do and obey, but towards the nations of the world they are intractable like wild beasts. 2) to open; trnsf. to influence, persuade, entice. Snh.38a (play on מי פתי Prov. 9:16) מי פְּתָאוֹ לזהוכ׳ who persuaded this man (Adam)? A woman spoke to him; (differ. in Yalk. Prov. 94 3).(Num. R. s. 7 ופותין read: ופוֹתְתִין, v. פָּתַת. Pi. פִּיתָּה (to open the heart of,) to persuade; 1) (in a good sense) to win, conquer. Lev. R. s. 29 (ref. to Ps. 89:16) שהם מכירין לפַתּוֹתוכ׳ they know how to win the favor of their Creator ; (Midr. Till. to Ps. 81 לרצות); Yalk. Ps. 840; Pesik. Baḥod., p. 152a>. Y.Kidd.III, 64c top מְפַתִּים אותו … וכופיןוכ׳ they (the court) persuade him to give her a letter of divorce, but they force him to ; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 71 פיתיתי, v. infra. 2) to gratify; to mislead by gratifying; to deceive. Lev. R. s. 6, beg. (ref. to יהפתית, Prov. 24:28) מאחר שפִּתִּיתֶם אותו בסיניוכ׳ after you gratified him at Sinai, saying (Ex. 24:7) Ib. מאחר שפִּתִּיתָ בשפתיךוכ׳ after thou hast gratified with thy lips (promised to appear as witness) and caused him to go to law; a. e.Deut. R. s. 7 (play on ובמ̇ופ̇ת̇ים, Deut. 4:34) היו המכות מְֹפַֹתֹּות אותםוכ׳ the plagues (by coming at intervals) deceived them (made the Egyptians believe every time that they were relieved forever); Midr. Till, to Ps. 78:43 מפיתית בהן ed. Bub. (oth. ed. שפותות בהן; corr. acc.). 3) to entice. Y.Snh.X, 28d the strong Moabite wine שהוא מְפַתֶּה הגנף לזנות which opens the body to lust; Num. R. s. 10, a. e., v. פְּתוּגְתָּא; a. fr.Esp. to seduce. Keth.III, 9 (41a) האומר פִּיתֵּיתִי אתוכ׳ if one declares, I have seduced that mans daughter. Ib. 4 המְפַתֶּה נותן the seducer pays three fines, opp. to אונס; a. fr.Y.Keth.III, 27b שהפיתתו, read: שהיא פִיתְּתוֹ when she seduced him. Pu. פּוּתָּה to be persuaded: to be seduced. Gen. R. s. 71; Yalk. ib. 127 פּוּתֵּיתִי (not פית׳), v. יָסַת.Part. f. מְפוּתָּה a seduced woman. Keth.39b; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְפַּתֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְפַּתֶּה 1) to be widened. Yalk. Is. 302 אף היא מִתְפַּתָּה … ומרחבתוכ׳ it (Gehenna), too, grows every day wider and broader and deeper (with ref. to תפתה, Is. 30:33). 2) to be persuaded; to be enticed. Gen. R. s. 17 מפני מה האיש נוח להִתְפַּתּוֹתוכ׳ why is man easily appeased and woman is not?; v. פִּיּוּס.Num. R. l. c. ע״י היין נִתְפַּתּוּ וזנו through wine they were enticed and i they committed whoredom. Erub.19a (play on תפתה, v. supra) כל המִתְפַּתֶּה ביצרו יפול שם whosoever is carried away by his evil desire falls into it (Gehenna). Yalk. Is. l. c.Keth.IV, 1 נערה שנִתְפַּתְּתָהוכ׳ if a young girl has been seduced (v. נַעֲרָה); a. fr. 3) to insinuate ones self, to make ones self popular. Esth. R. introd. (play on אפ̇ת̇ם, Ezra 4:13) אפי׳ דברים שהמלכות מִתְפַּתָּה בהםוכ׳ even with those things by which the (Roman) government makes itself popular, as theatres and circuses, it does harm.

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  • 563 פָּתָה

    פתי, פָּתָה(b. h.; cmp. פתח) 1) (to be open, wide,) to be accessible to influences, be compliant. Ex. R. s. 21 (ref. to Hos. 7:11) אצלי הם כיונה פוֹתָהוכ׳ towards me they are like a tame dove, whatever I decree over them, they do and obey, but towards the nations of the world they are intractable like wild beasts. 2) to open; trnsf. to influence, persuade, entice. Snh.38a (play on מי פתי Prov. 9:16) מי פְּתָאוֹ לזהוכ׳ who persuaded this man (Adam)? A woman spoke to him; (differ. in Yalk. Prov. 94 3).(Num. R. s. 7 ופותין read: ופוֹתְתִין, v. פָּתַת. Pi. פִּיתָּה (to open the heart of,) to persuade; 1) (in a good sense) to win, conquer. Lev. R. s. 29 (ref. to Ps. 89:16) שהם מכירין לפַתּוֹתוכ׳ they know how to win the favor of their Creator ; (Midr. Till. to Ps. 81 לרצות); Yalk. Ps. 840; Pesik. Baḥod., p. 152a>. Y.Kidd.III, 64c top מְפַתִּים אותו … וכופיןוכ׳ they (the court) persuade him to give her a letter of divorce, but they force him to ; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 71 פיתיתי, v. infra. 2) to gratify; to mislead by gratifying; to deceive. Lev. R. s. 6, beg. (ref. to יהפתית, Prov. 24:28) מאחר שפִּתִּיתֶם אותו בסיניוכ׳ after you gratified him at Sinai, saying (Ex. 24:7) Ib. מאחר שפִּתִּיתָ בשפתיךוכ׳ after thou hast gratified with thy lips (promised to appear as witness) and caused him to go to law; a. e.Deut. R. s. 7 (play on ובמ̇ופ̇ת̇ים, Deut. 4:34) היו המכות מְֹפַֹתֹּות אותםוכ׳ the plagues (by coming at intervals) deceived them (made the Egyptians believe every time that they were relieved forever); Midr. Till, to Ps. 78:43 מפיתית בהן ed. Bub. (oth. ed. שפותות בהן; corr. acc.). 3) to entice. Y.Snh.X, 28d the strong Moabite wine שהוא מְפַתֶּה הגנף לזנות which opens the body to lust; Num. R. s. 10, a. e., v. פְּתוּגְתָּא; a. fr.Esp. to seduce. Keth.III, 9 (41a) האומר פִּיתֵּיתִי אתוכ׳ if one declares, I have seduced that mans daughter. Ib. 4 המְפַתֶּה נותן the seducer pays three fines, opp. to אונס; a. fr.Y.Keth.III, 27b שהפיתתו, read: שהיא פִיתְּתוֹ when she seduced him. Pu. פּוּתָּה to be persuaded: to be seduced. Gen. R. s. 71; Yalk. ib. 127 פּוּתֵּיתִי (not פית׳), v. יָסַת.Part. f. מְפוּתָּה a seduced woman. Keth.39b; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְפַּתֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְפַּתֶּה 1) to be widened. Yalk. Is. 302 אף היא מִתְפַּתָּה … ומרחבתוכ׳ it (Gehenna), too, grows every day wider and broader and deeper (with ref. to תפתה, Is. 30:33). 2) to be persuaded; to be enticed. Gen. R. s. 17 מפני מה האיש נוח להִתְפַּתּוֹתוכ׳ why is man easily appeased and woman is not?; v. פִּיּוּס.Num. R. l. c. ע״י היין נִתְפַּתּוּ וזנו through wine they were enticed and i they committed whoredom. Erub.19a (play on תפתה, v. supra) כל המִתְפַּתֶּה ביצרו יפול שם whosoever is carried away by his evil desire falls into it (Gehenna). Yalk. Is. l. c.Keth.IV, 1 נערה שנִתְפַּתְּתָהוכ׳ if a young girl has been seduced (v. נַעֲרָה); a. fr. 3) to insinuate ones self, to make ones self popular. Esth. R. introd. (play on אפ̇ת̇ם, Ezra 4:13) אפי׳ דברים שהמלכות מִתְפַּתָּה בהםוכ׳ even with those things by which the (Roman) government makes itself popular, as theatres and circuses, it does harm.

    Jewish literature > פָּתָה

  • 564 פתי I, פתא

    פְּתֵיI, פְּתָא ch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְפַּתֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְפַּתֶּה to be widened), to be wide, open. Targ. Is. 60:5 (h. text רחב).Part. (פָּאתֵי) פָּתֵי; f. פַּתְיָא; pl. פַּתְיָן, פַּתְיָין. Targ. Ps. 104:25 פְּתֵי constr. (some ed. פָּא׳; ed. Lag. פתאי, corr. acc.). Targ. Y. Gen. 34:21 פַּתְיית constr. Targ. Jer. 51:58. Targ. Ps. 119:96. Ib. 25:17; a. e. Af. אַפְתֵּי to widen. Targ. O. Gen. 9:27 יַפְתֵּי (some ed. יַפְתְּ). Targ. Ex. 34:24. Targ. Deut. 12:20; a. fr. Pa. פַּתֵּי to persuade, seduce. Targ. Prov. 7:21 תְּפַתֵּיה (some ed. תְּפאתְיֵה).

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  • 565 פְּתֵי

    פְּתֵיI, פְּתָא ch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְפַּתֶּה, Nithpa. נִתְפַּתֶּה to be widened), to be wide, open. Targ. Is. 60:5 (h. text רחב).Part. (פָּאתֵי) פָּתֵי; f. פַּתְיָא; pl. פַּתְיָן, פַּתְיָין. Targ. Ps. 104:25 פְּתֵי constr. (some ed. פָּא׳; ed. Lag. פתאי, corr. acc.). Targ. Y. Gen. 34:21 פַּתְיית constr. Targ. Jer. 51:58. Targ. Ps. 119:96. Ib. 25:17; a. e. Af. אַפְתֵּי to widen. Targ. O. Gen. 9:27 יַפְתֵּי (some ed. יַפְתְּ). Targ. Ex. 34:24. Targ. Deut. 12:20; a. fr. Pa. פַּתֵּי to persuade, seduce. Targ. Prov. 7:21 תְּפַתֵּיה (some ed. תְּפאתְיֵה).

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  • 566 צוי

    צוי, צָוָה 1) to join, attend. Ber.6b; Sabb.30b לִצְווֹת לזה ed. (perh. fr. צָוַת, v. צוּת; Ar. לצבות), v. צָבַת.( 2) to arrange, pile; denom. צִיּוּן. Pi. צִוָּה, צִוָּוה (b. h.) to order, command; to appoint. Men.44a מצוה אחת צִיוָּנוּוכ׳ the Lord gave us one command, its name is Tsitsith. Ib. צַוֵּה עלי ויעשוניוכ׳ give orders about me, that they make me a proselyte. Sabb.23a, a. e. אשר קדשנו … וצִוָּנוּוכ׳ (abbrev. אקב״ו who has sanctified us through his commandments, and commanded us to ; והיכן צִוָּנוּ and where did he command us (where in the Torah is it intimated)? B. Bath. 151b מְצַוֶּה מחמת מיתה one who disposes of his property, because he expects to die. Sifra Tsav, end כדי המְצַוֶּה למי שנצטוה the commander was worthy of him who was commanded; a. fr.Part. pass. מְצוּוֶּה. Kidd.31a גדול מצ׳ ועושהוכ׳ he who is commanded, and does (a good deed, because it is Gods will) stands higher than he that is not commanded and does (a good deed); a. e. Nithpa. נִצְטַוֶּה to be ordered, commanded. Ib. 38a שלש מצות נִצְטַוּוּוכ׳ three commands were given to the lsraelites on their entering the land. Ib. b כל מצוה שנצטוווכ׳ whatever command was enjoined upon the Israelites before they entered the land. Y.Meg.I, 70d bot. אלו המצות שנִצְטַוִּינוּוכ׳ these are the commandments which were given us through the mouth of Moses; a. fr.

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  • 567 צוה

    צוי, צָוָה 1) to join, attend. Ber.6b; Sabb.30b לִצְווֹת לזה ed. (perh. fr. צָוַת, v. צוּת; Ar. לצבות), v. צָבַת.( 2) to arrange, pile; denom. צִיּוּן. Pi. צִוָּה, צִוָּוה (b. h.) to order, command; to appoint. Men.44a מצוה אחת צִיוָּנוּוכ׳ the Lord gave us one command, its name is Tsitsith. Ib. צַוֵּה עלי ויעשוניוכ׳ give orders about me, that they make me a proselyte. Sabb.23a, a. e. אשר קדשנו … וצִוָּנוּוכ׳ (abbrev. אקב״ו who has sanctified us through his commandments, and commanded us to ; והיכן צִוָּנוּ and where did he command us (where in the Torah is it intimated)? B. Bath. 151b מְצַוֶּה מחמת מיתה one who disposes of his property, because he expects to die. Sifra Tsav, end כדי המְצַוֶּה למי שנצטוה the commander was worthy of him who was commanded; a. fr.Part. pass. מְצוּוֶּה. Kidd.31a גדול מצ׳ ועושהוכ׳ he who is commanded, and does (a good deed, because it is Gods will) stands higher than he that is not commanded and does (a good deed); a. e. Nithpa. נִצְטַוֶּה to be ordered, commanded. Ib. 38a שלש מצות נִצְטַוּוּוכ׳ three commands were given to the lsraelites on their entering the land. Ib. b כל מצוה שנצטוווכ׳ whatever command was enjoined upon the Israelites before they entered the land. Y.Meg.I, 70d bot. אלו המצות שנִצְטַוִּינוּוכ׳ these are the commandments which were given us through the mouth of Moses; a. fr.

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  • 568 צָוָה

    צוי, צָוָה 1) to join, attend. Ber.6b; Sabb.30b לִצְווֹת לזה ed. (perh. fr. צָוַת, v. צוּת; Ar. לצבות), v. צָבַת.( 2) to arrange, pile; denom. צִיּוּן. Pi. צִוָּה, צִוָּוה (b. h.) to order, command; to appoint. Men.44a מצוה אחת צִיוָּנוּוכ׳ the Lord gave us one command, its name is Tsitsith. Ib. צַוֵּה עלי ויעשוניוכ׳ give orders about me, that they make me a proselyte. Sabb.23a, a. e. אשר קדשנו … וצִוָּנוּוכ׳ (abbrev. אקב״ו who has sanctified us through his commandments, and commanded us to ; והיכן צִוָּנוּ and where did he command us (where in the Torah is it intimated)? B. Bath. 151b מְצַוֶּה מחמת מיתה one who disposes of his property, because he expects to die. Sifra Tsav, end כדי המְצַוֶּה למי שנצטוה the commander was worthy of him who was commanded; a. fr.Part. pass. מְצוּוֶּה. Kidd.31a גדול מצ׳ ועושהוכ׳ he who is commanded, and does (a good deed, because it is Gods will) stands higher than he that is not commanded and does (a good deed); a. e. Nithpa. נִצְטַוֶּה to be ordered, commanded. Ib. 38a שלש מצות נִצְטַוּוּוכ׳ three commands were given to the lsraelites on their entering the land. Ib. b כל מצוה שנצטוווכ׳ whatever command was enjoined upon the Israelites before they entered the land. Y.Meg.I, 70d bot. אלו המצות שנִצְטַוִּינוּוכ׳ these are the commandments which were given us through the mouth of Moses; a. fr.

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  • 569 צלל

    צָלַל(b. h.; cmp. טלל) 1) to move, shake, hang over; denom. צֵל. 2) to turn, circle, roll (v. Jud. 7:13); to eddy, sink. Koh. R. to XII, 7; Y.Ber.IV, 7b bot., a. e. (ref. to צולה, Is. 44:27) why is Babylonia called tsulah, ששם צָלְלוּ מיתיוכ׳ because there sank the corpses of the generation of the flood; Lam. R. introd. (R. Josh. 2) צללו מי מבול (corr. acc.); v. infra. 3) (cmp. שָׁקַע) to settle, be clear; to clarify. Tosef.Nidd.III, 11 צָלְלוּ לא יחזורוכ׳ if the mixture has settled (become clear), he must not stir it up again; Nidd.20a, v. עָכַר. Y.Keth.I, 25b bot. וחוזרת וצוֹלֶלֶת, v. צָכַר. Gen. R. s. 80, end וצָלַלְנוּ, v. צָכַר; a. e.Part. pass. צָלוּל; f. צְלוּלָה; pl. צְלוּלִים, צְלוּלִין; צְלוּלוֹת. Ib. צ׳ היתה, v. צָכַר. Y.Ter.V, end, 43d יין צ׳ clarified wine. Sabb.109a; 139b; a. fr.Pesik. Haʿomer, p. 71a> (play on צלול, Kri צליל, Jud. 7:13) על שצלול היה אותו הדורוכ׳ (not על שצלל עליהם, v. Rashi to Jud. l. c.) because that generation was cleared (bared) of righteous men; Pesik. R. s. 18 שצליל עליהם corr. acc.); Yalk. Jud. 62, Yalk. Lev. 643 (corr. acc.).( 4) to glisten, be bright; (of sound) to vibrate, ring; v. מְצִילָּה, צִלְצֵל Nif. נִצְלָל, נָצַל to be cleared. Y.Nidd.II, end, 50b יִצָּלְלוּ ולא יעכרו, v. עָכַר. Sabb.XX, 2 (139b) שיִצַּלּוּ (Bab. ed. שיִצּוֹלּוּ; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 20) that they (the dregs) may settle. Hif. הֵיצֵל 1) to become clear, settle. Par. VIII, 11 עד שתָּצֵל until it is settled. 2) (denom. of צֵל) to shade. Pes.50a (ref. to מצלות, Zech. 14:20) there will be an addition to the sacred precincts of Jerusalem עד שהסוס רץ ומֵיצֵל Ms. M. (ed. ומֵצֵיל; Rashi: עד שעה שהסרסוכ׳) as far as a horse can run (from sunrise) until it gives shade (casts its shadow under itself, i. e. till noon-time; Y. ib. III, end, 30b עד מקום שהסוס רץ ואינו עושה צל); Bab. l. c. כל ביזה … עד שהסוס רץ ומיצלוכ׳ whatever booty Israel will make (from morning) to the time, will be sacred Nithpa. נִצְטַלֵּל to be sunk, dumped. Zeb.113b שכל מתי מבול נִצְטַלְּלוּ לשם Ms. R. a. K. (ed. נִצְתַּלְּלוּ שם) because all the corpses of the flood were dumped there (in Babylonia); Sabb.113b; v. supra.

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  • 570 צָלַל

    צָלַל(b. h.; cmp. טלל) 1) to move, shake, hang over; denom. צֵל. 2) to turn, circle, roll (v. Jud. 7:13); to eddy, sink. Koh. R. to XII, 7; Y.Ber.IV, 7b bot., a. e. (ref. to צולה, Is. 44:27) why is Babylonia called tsulah, ששם צָלְלוּ מיתיוכ׳ because there sank the corpses of the generation of the flood; Lam. R. introd. (R. Josh. 2) צללו מי מבול (corr. acc.); v. infra. 3) (cmp. שָׁקַע) to settle, be clear; to clarify. Tosef.Nidd.III, 11 צָלְלוּ לא יחזורוכ׳ if the mixture has settled (become clear), he must not stir it up again; Nidd.20a, v. עָכַר. Y.Keth.I, 25b bot. וחוזרת וצוֹלֶלֶת, v. צָכַר. Gen. R. s. 80, end וצָלַלְנוּ, v. צָכַר; a. e.Part. pass. צָלוּל; f. צְלוּלָה; pl. צְלוּלִים, צְלוּלִין; צְלוּלוֹת. Ib. צ׳ היתה, v. צָכַר. Y.Ter.V, end, 43d יין צ׳ clarified wine. Sabb.109a; 139b; a. fr.Pesik. Haʿomer, p. 71a> (play on צלול, Kri צליל, Jud. 7:13) על שצלול היה אותו הדורוכ׳ (not על שצלל עליהם, v. Rashi to Jud. l. c.) because that generation was cleared (bared) of righteous men; Pesik. R. s. 18 שצליל עליהם corr. acc.); Yalk. Jud. 62, Yalk. Lev. 643 (corr. acc.).( 4) to glisten, be bright; (of sound) to vibrate, ring; v. מְצִילָּה, צִלְצֵל Nif. נִצְלָל, נָצַל to be cleared. Y.Nidd.II, end, 50b יִצָּלְלוּ ולא יעכרו, v. עָכַר. Sabb.XX, 2 (139b) שיִצַּלּוּ (Bab. ed. שיִצּוֹלּוּ; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 20) that they (the dregs) may settle. Hif. הֵיצֵל 1) to become clear, settle. Par. VIII, 11 עד שתָּצֵל until it is settled. 2) (denom. of צֵל) to shade. Pes.50a (ref. to מצלות, Zech. 14:20) there will be an addition to the sacred precincts of Jerusalem עד שהסוס רץ ומֵיצֵל Ms. M. (ed. ומֵצֵיל; Rashi: עד שעה שהסרסוכ׳) as far as a horse can run (from sunrise) until it gives shade (casts its shadow under itself, i. e. till noon-time; Y. ib. III, end, 30b עד מקום שהסוס רץ ואינו עושה צל); Bab. l. c. כל ביזה … עד שהסוס רץ ומיצלוכ׳ whatever booty Israel will make (from morning) to the time, will be sacred Nithpa. נִצְטַלֵּל to be sunk, dumped. Zeb.113b שכל מתי מבול נִצְטַלְּלוּ לשם Ms. R. a. K. (ed. נִצְתַּלְּלוּ שם) because all the corpses of the flood were dumped there (in Babylonia); Sabb.113b; v. supra.

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  • 571 צנן

    צָנַן(cmp. סָנַן) ( to sting; (of taste) to be pungent; (of color) to be bright, polished); (of temperature) to be cold. Mekh. Yithro s. 4 רחק ממנה צ׳ if he is removed from it, he is cold. Y.Pes.IV, 31b top שלא תִיצַן that she (the ass in heat) may not cool off (before copulation). Gen. R., s. 87 איקונין … וצָ׳ דמו he saw his fathers image before him, and his blood grew cold; ib. s. 98 וצינן (corr. acc., or וצוּנָּן); a. e.V. צוֹנָן. Hif. הֵיצֵן, Nif. נָצַן to become cold. Y.Hor.III, 46d יָצֵן he must become cold (suppress his passion); לאה׳ if he does not cool off (what shall he do)? Ib. ויהא מֵיצַן and he will cool off. Ib. ראה … מידה׳ he saw his fathers image and at once was cooled off (v. supra).Gen. R. s. 20 שמא תִיצּוֹן (Nif.), v. next w. Hif. הוּצַן to be cooled off. Ab. Zar. III, 9 ישן יוּצַן if it is an old oven, it must be allowed to cool off (before being used again); Pes.26b; 27a. Pi. צִנֵּן to cool off. Sabb.53a לצַנְּנָהּ to cause the perspiring animal to cool off, opp. לחממה to keep her warm. B. Bath.74b סירס … וצי׳ הנקבה he emasculated the male (Leviathan), and cooled the female. Ex. R. s. 10 ומְצַנְּנִין אותו (not ומצנן) they caused the stove to cool off. Pes.118a the angel Gabriel said, ארד וַאֲצַנֵּןוכ׳ let me go down and cool the furnace ; a. e.(Gen. R. s. 98, v. supra. Pu. צוּנָּן to be cooled off. Gen. R. s. 98, v. supra.Part. מְצוּנָּן; f. מְצוּנֶּנֶת. Ḥull.III, 5 המצ׳ an animal suffering from frost; Tosef. ib. III (IV), 19. Hithpa. הִצְטַנֵּן, Nithpa. נִצְטַנֵּן to become cold; to get chills. Sabb.129a הקיז דם ונ׳ if one has chills after bloodletting. Yoma 77a אלמלא לא נִצְטַנְּנוּוכ׳ if the coals had not been cooled off on their transmission from the hand of the Cherub Sot.11b; Ex. R. s. 1 מִצְטַנְּנוֹת, v. יָרֵךְ; a e.

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  • 572 צָנַן

    צָנַן(cmp. סָנַן) ( to sting; (of taste) to be pungent; (of color) to be bright, polished); (of temperature) to be cold. Mekh. Yithro s. 4 רחק ממנה צ׳ if he is removed from it, he is cold. Y.Pes.IV, 31b top שלא תִיצַן that she (the ass in heat) may not cool off (before copulation). Gen. R., s. 87 איקונין … וצָ׳ דמו he saw his fathers image before him, and his blood grew cold; ib. s. 98 וצינן (corr. acc., or וצוּנָּן); a. e.V. צוֹנָן. Hif. הֵיצֵן, Nif. נָצַן to become cold. Y.Hor.III, 46d יָצֵן he must become cold (suppress his passion); לאה׳ if he does not cool off (what shall he do)? Ib. ויהא מֵיצַן and he will cool off. Ib. ראה … מידה׳ he saw his fathers image and at once was cooled off (v. supra).Gen. R. s. 20 שמא תִיצּוֹן (Nif.), v. next w. Hif. הוּצַן to be cooled off. Ab. Zar. III, 9 ישן יוּצַן if it is an old oven, it must be allowed to cool off (before being used again); Pes.26b; 27a. Pi. צִנֵּן to cool off. Sabb.53a לצַנְּנָהּ to cause the perspiring animal to cool off, opp. לחממה to keep her warm. B. Bath.74b סירס … וצי׳ הנקבה he emasculated the male (Leviathan), and cooled the female. Ex. R. s. 10 ומְצַנְּנִין אותו (not ומצנן) they caused the stove to cool off. Pes.118a the angel Gabriel said, ארד וַאֲצַנֵּןוכ׳ let me go down and cool the furnace ; a. e.(Gen. R. s. 98, v. supra. Pu. צוּנָּן to be cooled off. Gen. R. s. 98, v. supra.Part. מְצוּנָּן; f. מְצוּנֶּנֶת. Ḥull.III, 5 המצ׳ an animal suffering from frost; Tosef. ib. III (IV), 19. Hithpa. הִצְטַנֵּן, Nithpa. נִצְטַנֵּן to become cold; to get chills. Sabb.129a הקיז דם ונ׳ if one has chills after bloodletting. Yoma 77a אלמלא לא נִצְטַנְּנוּוכ׳ if the coals had not been cooled off on their transmission from the hand of the Cherub Sot.11b; Ex. R. s. 1 מִצְטַנְּנוֹת, v. יָרֵךְ; a e.

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  • 573 צָעַר

    1) to be narrow, slender, young, v. צוֹעֵר, צׇעִיר. 2) to be restrained, suffer privation, pain. Taan.11a, v. infra. Hif. הִצְעִיר to lessen; to subordinate. Gen. R. s. 6 (ref. to הצעיר, Gen. 48:14) על ידי שהיה מַצְעִיר את עסקיווכ׳ because he subordinated his affairs (was contented with lesser services), he was privileged to be invested with the rights of the firstborn; הגדול שהוא מצעירוכ׳ if a great man applies himself to minor services, how much more (is he praiseworthy)!Part. pass. מוּצְעָר, q. v. Pi. צִיעֵר 1) to narrow, restrain; to inflict pain, annoy. Naz.19a; 22a, a. e. (ref. to Num. 6:11) ומה זה שלא צי׳ עצמו … המְצַעֵר עצמווכ׳ if this (Nazarite) who denied himself only the enjoyment of wine is called a sinner, how much more so he who denies himself all enjoyments of life! Taan.11a יִצְעַר … במשה רבינו שצי׳ עצמווכ׳ man must suffer (deny himself enjoyments), when the community suffers; for thus we find that Moses afflicted himself (by sitting on a stone, Ex. 17:12) ; ib. וכל המצער עצמו עםוכ׳ (Ms. M. וכל המצער עם, insert עצמו, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) and he who afflicts himself in sympathy with the community, will be allowed to see the comfort of the community; Yalk. Gen. 148, a. e. המִצְטַעֵר. Snh.11a אתה הוא שצִיעַרְתָּ לאכא wast thou the one who annoyed my father (with the smell of garlic)? Ab. Zar.40b ואתה מְצַעֲרֵינִי and thou didst let me be in pain (without telling me of the remedy)?; a. fr. 2) to suffer. Yalk. Is. 333, v. צָרַר. Hithpa. הִצְטַעֵר, Nithpa. נִצְטַעֵר to feel pain; to suffer privation; to grieve, trouble ones self. Yalk. Gen. l. c., a. e., v. supra. Hag.15b בזמנ שאדם מִצְטַעֵרוכ׳ when a man suffers (the penalty of the law), what does the Shekhinah say?; אם כךהקב״ה מצטערוכ׳ if the Lord thus grieves over the blood of the wicked (convict), how much more does he grieve over the blood of the righteous that is shed!; Ms. M. 1 אם כן מצטער אניוכ׳; Ms. M. 2 מִצְטַעֲרֵנִי if thus I (the Lord) grieve Snh. 46a; Yalk. Deut. 930. Succ.26a, a. e. מצטער פטורוכ׳ he that feels uncomfortable (cold) is exempt from sitting in the Succah (contrad. fr. חולה). Meg.16a sq. אפשר דבר שנצ׳ בו … יכשל בו is it possible that this righteous man (Joseph) should commit the same wrong from which he himself had suffered (to make distinctions between brothers)? Yoma 74b; Y. ib. VIII, 44d top (ref. to Lev. 16:29) יכול ישב … ויִצְטַעֵר you may think, one must sit in the sun or in the cold in order to afflict ones self. Bab. ib. 19b כל ימי הייתי מצט׳ עלוכ׳ all my life-time have I been troubling myself about this verse (Lev. 16:2) thinking, when shall I have an opportunity to carry it into practice (in accordance with the Sadducean interpretation of it) Sifré Deut. 354 הואיל ונִצְטַעַרְנוּוכ׳ since we have gone to the trouble of coming here ; a. fr.

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  • 574 צפצף I

    צִפְצֵףI (v. preced.) to press, break through. Lev. R. s. 34 בשעה שנפשך מְצַפְצֶפֶת לצאתוכ׳ when thy soul shall press to get out of thy body (when thou art dangerously ill), I will restore it to thee. Nithpa. נִצְטַפְצֵף (cmp. צִמְצֵם) to be pressed, be in want of. Men.85b נִצְטַפְצְפוּ אנשיוכ׳ Ar. (ed. נצרכו להן, Ms. M. נצטרכו, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l note) the Laodiceans were in want of oil.

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  • 575 צִפְצֵף

    צִפְצֵףI (v. preced.) to press, break through. Lev. R. s. 34 בשעה שנפשך מְצַפְצֶפֶת לצאתוכ׳ when thy soul shall press to get out of thy body (when thou art dangerously ill), I will restore it to thee. Nithpa. נִצְטַפְצֵף (cmp. צִמְצֵם) to be pressed, be in want of. Men.85b נִצְטַפְצְפוּ אנשיוכ׳ Ar. (ed. נצרכו להן, Ms. M. נצטרכו, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l note) the Laodiceans were in want of oil.

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  • 576 צרע

    צָרַע(b. h.; cmp. preced. a. נָכָה Hif.) to strike, smash, esp. (cmp. נָגַע a. כְּתַש) to strike with leprosy. Yalk. Is. 271 כמו שצָרַעְתִּי את ידך as I struck thy (Moses) hand with leprosy.Part. pass. צָרוּעַ leper. Num. R. s. 7, v. פָּרַע. Hithpa. הִצְטָרֵעַ, Nithpa. נִצְטָרֵעַ to become, or to be a leper. Snh.110a he who encourages strife ראוי לִיצְטָרֵעַ deserves to be stricken with leprosy. Ib. 107a ששה חדשים נ׳ דוד David was a leper for six months. Ex. R. s. 3 לא נִצְטָרְעָה הידוכ׳ Moses hand did not become leprous, until he had taken it out ; a. e.

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  • 577 צָרַע

    צָרַע(b. h.; cmp. preced. a. נָכָה Hif.) to strike, smash, esp. (cmp. נָגַע a. כְּתַש) to strike with leprosy. Yalk. Is. 271 כמו שצָרַעְתִּי את ידך as I struck thy (Moses) hand with leprosy.Part. pass. צָרוּעַ leper. Num. R. s. 7, v. פָּרַע. Hithpa. הִצְטָרֵעַ, Nithpa. נִצְטָרֵעַ to become, or to be a leper. Snh.110a he who encourages strife ראוי לִיצְטָרֵעַ deserves to be stricken with leprosy. Ib. 107a ששה חדשים נ׳ דוד David was a leper for six months. Ex. R. s. 3 לא נִצְטָרְעָה הידוכ׳ Moses hand did not become leprous, until he had taken it out ; a. e.

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  • 578 קבל I

    קָבַלI (b. h.; cmp. חבל a. חבר) (to seize; to join, meet, correspond. Pl. קִבֵּל to receive, accept; to take an obligation upon ones self; to contract, agree. Zeb.II, 1 כל הזבחים שק׳ דמן זרוכ׳ all sacrifices whose blood was received (in a vessel) by a non-priest Ib. 4 ק׳ והלך וזרקוכ׳ if he received the blood, or carried or sprinkled it with the thought of disposal at an unlawful time. Ib. 3; a. fr.Ab. I, 1 משה ק׳וכ׳ Moses received the (traditional) law from Sinai, and handed it over to Ib. 4 קִבְּלוּ מהם (Var. ממנו) received the traditions from them. Ib. 3 לקַבֵּלוכ׳, v. עֶבֶד. Erub.72b מְקַבְּלֵי פרס; ib. 73a מְקַבְּלוֹת, v. פְּרָס. Ab. I, 15 הוי מְקַבֵּל את כלוכ׳ receive every man, v. סֵבֶר. Keth.58a (a mnemonical formula) ק׳ מסר והלך if he (the betrothed) accepted (was satisfied to marry her in spite of blemishes discovered), or if the father handed his daughter over to the grooms delegates, or if the father (or his delegates) went along with the grooms delegates; Kidd.11a. Keth.56b, a. fr. ק׳ עליו אחריות if he assumed the guaranty. Dem. II, 2, sq. המקבל עליווכ׳ he that obligates himself, v. נֶאֱמָן. Ex. R. s. 3 והם לא קבלו עלוכ׳ and did they not receive (punishment) for what they did? Ib. אינו מקבל מוסר does not accept correction. Men.96b, a. fr. מקבל טומאה susceptible of levitical uncleanness; a. v. fr.Esp. to take on lease, to rent a field either on shares (v. אָרִיס) or at a fixed rent (v. חָכִיר). B. Mets.IX, 1. Ib. 9 קִבְּלָהּ הימנו לשבעוכ׳ if he rented it of him for seven years. Ib. 10 קבלה הימנו שבע … בשבעוכ׳ if he rented it for ‘seven years at a rent of seven hundred Zuz, the Sabbatical year is not included; a. fr.ק׳ פנים, v. Hif.ק׳ קיבולת, v. קִיבּוֹלֶת.Part. pass. מְקוּבָּל a) accepted, acceptable, well-liked, beloved. Ber. V, 5, v. טָרַף. Ib. 17a ויהא מק׳ על הבריות and that he may be well-liked of men.b) holding a tradition. Peah II, 6 שקבלוכ׳ … מק׳ אני מר׳ I hold a tradition from R. M. who received it of ; Naz.56b כך מְקוּבְּלַנִיוכ׳; a. e. Hif. הִקְבִּיל (with פנים or sub. פנים; interch. with Pl.) to ask for a favorable reception, to visit, pay ones respects to. Y.Erub.V, beg.22b אילולא דייו אלא שהיה מקבל פני רבו שכל המַקְבִּיל פני רבו כאילו מקבלוכ׳ (not דיין; אילו לא = עשה כלום אלא … דייו) had he done nothing (during the thirteen years of his waiting on his master) but greet his teacher, it were sufficient; for he that pays his respects to his teacher is considered as one waiting on the Divine Presence; Y.Snh.XI, 30b top. Ḥag.5b אתם הִקְבַּלְתֶּם … תזכו להַקְבִּילוכ׳ you have greeted a countenance that is seen but cannot see (a blind man), may you be permitted to greet the Countenance that sees and cannot be seen. Snh.42a אילמלא … להַקְבִּיל פניוכ׳ if Israelites were permitted to greet their Father in heaven only once a month ; כל המברך … כאילו מקבלוכ׳ saying the blessing over the new moon in its due time, is, as it were, greeting the Divine Presence; Yalk. Ex. 189 מקביל. Y.Ḥag.I, beg.75d והִקְבּילוּר׳ י׳ בבקיעין and waited upon (visited) R. J. in Bḳiin; Y.Sot.III, 18d bot.; Tosef. ib. VII, 9, והקבילי פניוכ׳; Ḥag.3a הלכו להקביל פניוכ׳; a. fr.Sabb.152a, v. infra. Hof. הוּקְבַּל (with פנים, or ל־) to be placed opposite, be admitted to the presence of, (a polite expression for:) to be visited. Sabb.152a מפני מה לא הוּקְבַּלְנוּ פניך … שהוּקְבְּלוּ אבותי לאבותיך early eds. (Ms. M. לא הוקבלו, incorr.; later eds. הִקְבַּלְנוּ … שהִקְבִּילוּ Hif.; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) why were we not permitted to see you on the festive day, as my ancestors used to receive thy ancestors? Hithpa. הִתְקַבֵּל, Nithpa. נִתְקַבֵּל 1) to be received, accepted. Sifra Vayikra, Ndab., ch. IV. Par. 4 הדם הדםשנ׳ בכלי ‘they shall sprinkle the blood (Lev. 1:5), the blood which has been received in a vessel. Zeb.34b, sq.; a. e.Pesik. R. s. 44 ספק מִתְקַבֵּל ספק אינו מתקבל it is doubtful, will he or will he not be favorably received. Ab. dR. N. ch. IV תפלתו מִתְקַבֶּלֶת ברצון his prayer was accepted with favor; a. fr. 2) to make ones self the recipient of, to receive, accept. Keth.V, 1 הִתְקַבַּלְתִּי ממךוכ׳ I have received at thy hands (on account) one hundred Gitt.VI, 1 הִתְקַבֵּל גט זהוכ׳ make thyself the receiver of this letter of divorce in behalf of my wife. Ib. התקבל לי גטי accept my letter of divorce in my behalf; a. fr.

    Jewish literature > קבל I

  • 579 קָבַל

    קָבַלI (b. h.; cmp. חבל a. חבר) (to seize; to join, meet, correspond. Pl. קִבֵּל to receive, accept; to take an obligation upon ones self; to contract, agree. Zeb.II, 1 כל הזבחים שק׳ דמן זרוכ׳ all sacrifices whose blood was received (in a vessel) by a non-priest Ib. 4 ק׳ והלך וזרקוכ׳ if he received the blood, or carried or sprinkled it with the thought of disposal at an unlawful time. Ib. 3; a. fr.Ab. I, 1 משה ק׳וכ׳ Moses received the (traditional) law from Sinai, and handed it over to Ib. 4 קִבְּלוּ מהם (Var. ממנו) received the traditions from them. Ib. 3 לקַבֵּלוכ׳, v. עֶבֶד. Erub.72b מְקַבְּלֵי פרס; ib. 73a מְקַבְּלוֹת, v. פְּרָס. Ab. I, 15 הוי מְקַבֵּל את כלוכ׳ receive every man, v. סֵבֶר. Keth.58a (a mnemonical formula) ק׳ מסר והלך if he (the betrothed) accepted (was satisfied to marry her in spite of blemishes discovered), or if the father handed his daughter over to the grooms delegates, or if the father (or his delegates) went along with the grooms delegates; Kidd.11a. Keth.56b, a. fr. ק׳ עליו אחריות if he assumed the guaranty. Dem. II, 2, sq. המקבל עליווכ׳ he that obligates himself, v. נֶאֱמָן. Ex. R. s. 3 והם לא קבלו עלוכ׳ and did they not receive (punishment) for what they did? Ib. אינו מקבל מוסר does not accept correction. Men.96b, a. fr. מקבל טומאה susceptible of levitical uncleanness; a. v. fr.Esp. to take on lease, to rent a field either on shares (v. אָרִיס) or at a fixed rent (v. חָכִיר). B. Mets.IX, 1. Ib. 9 קִבְּלָהּ הימנו לשבעוכ׳ if he rented it of him for seven years. Ib. 10 קבלה הימנו שבע … בשבעוכ׳ if he rented it for ‘seven years at a rent of seven hundred Zuz, the Sabbatical year is not included; a. fr.ק׳ פנים, v. Hif.ק׳ קיבולת, v. קִיבּוֹלֶת.Part. pass. מְקוּבָּל a) accepted, acceptable, well-liked, beloved. Ber. V, 5, v. טָרַף. Ib. 17a ויהא מק׳ על הבריות and that he may be well-liked of men.b) holding a tradition. Peah II, 6 שקבלוכ׳ … מק׳ אני מר׳ I hold a tradition from R. M. who received it of ; Naz.56b כך מְקוּבְּלַנִיוכ׳; a. e. Hif. הִקְבִּיל (with פנים or sub. פנים; interch. with Pl.) to ask for a favorable reception, to visit, pay ones respects to. Y.Erub.V, beg.22b אילולא דייו אלא שהיה מקבל פני רבו שכל המַקְבִּיל פני רבו כאילו מקבלוכ׳ (not דיין; אילו לא = עשה כלום אלא … דייו) had he done nothing (during the thirteen years of his waiting on his master) but greet his teacher, it were sufficient; for he that pays his respects to his teacher is considered as one waiting on the Divine Presence; Y.Snh.XI, 30b top. Ḥag.5b אתם הִקְבַּלְתֶּם … תזכו להַקְבִּילוכ׳ you have greeted a countenance that is seen but cannot see (a blind man), may you be permitted to greet the Countenance that sees and cannot be seen. Snh.42a אילמלא … להַקְבִּיל פניוכ׳ if Israelites were permitted to greet their Father in heaven only once a month ; כל המברך … כאילו מקבלוכ׳ saying the blessing over the new moon in its due time, is, as it were, greeting the Divine Presence; Yalk. Ex. 189 מקביל. Y.Ḥag.I, beg.75d והִקְבּילוּר׳ י׳ בבקיעין and waited upon (visited) R. J. in Bḳiin; Y.Sot.III, 18d bot.; Tosef. ib. VII, 9, והקבילי פניוכ׳; Ḥag.3a הלכו להקביל פניוכ׳; a. fr.Sabb.152a, v. infra. Hof. הוּקְבַּל (with פנים, or ל־) to be placed opposite, be admitted to the presence of, (a polite expression for:) to be visited. Sabb.152a מפני מה לא הוּקְבַּלְנוּ פניך … שהוּקְבְּלוּ אבותי לאבותיך early eds. (Ms. M. לא הוקבלו, incorr.; later eds. הִקְבַּלְנוּ … שהִקְבִּילוּ Hif.; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) why were we not permitted to see you on the festive day, as my ancestors used to receive thy ancestors? Hithpa. הִתְקַבֵּל, Nithpa. נִתְקַבֵּל 1) to be received, accepted. Sifra Vayikra, Ndab., ch. IV. Par. 4 הדם הדםשנ׳ בכלי ‘they shall sprinkle the blood (Lev. 1:5), the blood which has been received in a vessel. Zeb.34b, sq.; a. e.Pesik. R. s. 44 ספק מִתְקַבֵּל ספק אינו מתקבל it is doubtful, will he or will he not be favorably received. Ab. dR. N. ch. IV תפלתו מִתְקַבֶּלֶת ברצון his prayer was accepted with favor; a. fr. 2) to make ones self the recipient of, to receive, accept. Keth.V, 1 הִתְקַבַּלְתִּי ממךוכ׳ I have received at thy hands (on account) one hundred Gitt.VI, 1 הִתְקַבֵּל גט זהוכ׳ make thyself the receiver of this letter of divorce in behalf of my wife. Ib. התקבל לי גטי accept my letter of divorce in my behalf; a. fr.

    Jewish literature > קָבַל

  • 580 קבל

    קְבַלch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקַבֵּל, Nithpa. נִתְקַבֵּל to be received, accepted), 1) (with אפי) to visit. Targ. Ps. 41:7. Ib. 45:10. 2) ק׳ למימרא to listen, obey, v. infra. Pa. קַבֵּל, קַבֵּיל to receive, take, accept. Targ. Ex. 23:8. Targ. II Sam. 14:14 (h. text ישא נפש!). Targ. Ps. 24:5. Targ. Is. 12:3. Targ. Lev. 20:17; a. fr.Targ. Ps. 62:11 ed. Lag. (ed. תהבלו = חבל׳ seize), v. הֲבַל.Esp. ק׳ למימרא to accept, consent, listen to, obey. Targ. Gen. 3:17 (Y. ed. Vien. קְבֵלַת Pe.). Ib. 16:2. Targ. Deut. 26:17; a. fr.B. Mets. 117a קַבִּילִי עלאי I took upon myself (consented to, was prepared for), v. עֲלִיָּה. Y.Ḥag.II, 77d מרתא דביתא דקַבַּלְתָּן the mistress of the house who received us (whose guests we were). Sabb.17a גזור וקַבְּלוּ מינייהו they decreed the prohibition, and the people accepted it of them. Bekh.38a בר קַבּוּלֶי טומאה susceptible of levitical uncleanness; a. fr. Ithpa. אִתְקַבֵּל 1) to be received, accepted. Targ. Num. 15:7; 10; 13. Targ. 2 Chr. 30:27; a. fr. 2) (v. preced. Hithpa.) to be made the recipient of, to have assigned to. Targ. O. Deut. 33:21 ויתקכל בקרמיתא דיליה ed. Berl. (oth. ed. ואתק׳) to him (to God) shall be (has been) assigned a share in the foremost part of it (of the land; h. text וירא ראשית לו).

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