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  • 41 בָּטֵל

    בָּטֵלI (b. h.; v. בטי) ( to be hollow); 1) to be void, abolished, suspended; to cease to exist. Keth.103b בָּטְלָה קדושה sanctity of life ceased; (oth. opin.: the levitical law concerning the contact with a corpse was suspended in favor of Rabbi; v. Tosaf. a. l.. Ab. V, 16 ב׳ דבר בְּטֵלָהוכ׳ as soon as the (sensual) attraction disappears, love will disappear. Ib. 21 as if dead ועבר וב׳ מן העולם and passed away and disappeared from this world. Y.Meg.I, 70d top, a. e. בטלה מגלת תענית the Scroll of Fasts has been abolished (the festive commemorations enumerated therein are no more observed). Sot.IX, 9 (47a); a. fr. 2) to rest from labor, be at ease, be idle. Ab. IV, 10 אם בָּטַלְתָּ מןוכ׳ if thou choosest not to study the law, there will be many disturbances (excuses) to assist thee. Ib. I, 5 בּוֹטֵל מד׳׳ת he neglects the study of the Law; a. fr. Nif. נִבְטַל 1) to be abolished, suspended. Y.Meg.I, 70d bot. עתידין לִיבָּטֵל (= לְהִיבָּטֵל) shall in future be abolished (neglected). Gitt.32a, v. infra. 2) to be excused, be exempt, Ib. II, 16 thou art not a free man להִבָּטֵל ממנה so as to be exempt from lifes duties. 3) to remain single. Gitt.IV, 5 (41b) יִבָּטֵל shall he never marry? Pi. בִּיטֵּל, בִּטֵּל 1) to abolish, suspend, cancel, undo, neglect. Ab. II, 4 בַּטֵּל רצונךוכ׳ set aside thy will for the sake of the Lords will, in order that He may set aside the will of others (euphem. for His will) for the sake of thy will (withdraw evil decrees at thy prayer). Ib. IV, 9 המְבַטֵּלוכ׳ he who neglects the study of the Law on account of his wealth. Sot.IX, 10 (47a) אף הוא בִּטֵּל את המעוררין he also abolished (the custom of) the wakers, v. עָרַר. Sabb.63a מְבַטְּלָהּ he (the observer of the Law) will cancel it (avert Gods evil decree). Mekh. Bshall., Amalek, 2, v. אִיפָּטִיקוֹס. Macc.24a. Ab. Zar. IV, 7 למה מְבַטְּלָהּ why does He not destroy it (the objects of idol worship)?Gitt.IV, 1 שוב אינו יכול לבַטְּלוֹ he can no longer annul it (his letter of divorce). Ib. 2 in former times a man could summon a court in a strange place ובִּטְּלוֹ and declare it (the letter of divorce which he had sent off) void. Ib. 32b אתי דיבור ומבטל דיבור a word (declaration) comes and cancels a word.Ab. Zar.IV, 4 (42b) an idolator (gentile) מבטל אליל שלווכ׳ may (by mutilation) cancel his own or his neigbors idol (so that it is no longer subject to the law forbidding Jews to derive any benefits from idolatrous paraphernalia), but an Israelite cannot Ib. המב׳ אליל ב׳וכ׳ in cancelling an idol, one has at the same time cancelled its attachments; a. fr.ב׳ רשות to resign possession, a legal fiction by which the carrying of objects on the Sabbath from ones own place to one common to several persons, may be permitted. Erub.VI, 7 מְבַטֵּל את רשותו he (the brother who forgot to lay the Erub, v. עֵירוּב) must resign his share in the common property. Ib. 68b מבטלין ותוזרין ומב׳ you may resign your share to your neighbor, and then he may resign to you; a. fr.ב׳ חמץ to renounce (by declaration) the possession of anything leavened that may have remained undiscovered in ones possession. Pes.6b הבודק צריך שיְבַטֵּל after one has searched the house for leavened things, he most renounce (whatever he may have failed to find); a. fr.Part. pass. מְבוּטָּל, f. מְבוּטֶּלֶת. Erub.69b רשותי מב׳ לך my possession be resigned to thee (for Sabbath purposes). Gitt.32a if a recipient says, מתנה זו מב׳ ‘this donation be void, תִּיבָּטֵל ‘shall be void, opp. to בְּטֵלָה היא ‘is a void one, i. e. has been annulled.Eduy. I, 5; Gitt36b, a. fr. אין ב׳׳ד יכול לבַ׳וכ׳ no court can repeal (overrule) the decisions of another court, unless 2) to neutralize an admixture of forbidden food in a certain quantity. Ḥull.108a ושאינו מינו … ומבטלו and the portion of the mixture which is not its kind is prevailing and neutralizes the forbidden portion (as if did not exist at all); a. fr. 3) to disturb, cause suspense, interfere with. Erub.63b; Meg.3a בִּיטַּלְתֶּםוכ׳ ye interfered with the daily offering; a. fr.Ber.II, 5 לבטל ממניוכ׳ to suspend (shake off) the yoke of heavenly government even one minute. Hif. הִבְטִיל to cause interruption, to order suspension. Succ.V, 5 להַבְטִיל את העםוכ׳ to cause the people to cease working. Hithpa. a. Nithpa. הִתְבַּטֵּל, נִתְבַּטֵּל to be interrupted, v. Nif.Tan. dbe El. I, 5; II, 3.

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  • 42 בלי

    בלי, בָּלָה(b. h.; √בל, v. בלל; cmp. נבל) to be crumbled; to be worn out, to fail, decay, perish. Koh. R. to I, 4 הוא בֹולֶה it (the generation of man) decays (dies out), אינה בֹולָה it (the earth) does not grow old. Taan.9a (play on עד בלי די Mal. 3:10) עד שיִבְלוּ שפתותיכם מלומר די until your lips grow tired from saying, It is enough; (Y. ib. III, 66d bot. שיבללו, v. בָּלַל); a. fr.Part. pass. בָּלוּי outworn. Pl. בְּלוּיִים. Midr. Till. to Ps. 25:1. Pi. בִּלָּה to wear out, outlive, survive. Lev. R. s. 4 הנפש מְבַלָּהוכ׳ the soul survives the body. Ib. s. 19 (play on אין בלתך, 1 Sam. 2:2) אין לְבַלֹּותֶךָ there is none to outlive thee. Koh. R. l. c.; Cant. R. to V, 15 one erects a building ואחר מְבַלֶּה אותו (not מכלה) and another man ruins it. Snh.105a, v. בִּלְעָם. Nif. נִבְלָה, Nithpa. נִתְבַּלָּה to become outworn, fade away. Esth. R. introd. עתידין לְהִבָּלֹות (Gen. R. s. 42 לִבְלֹות) are destined to decay. Deut. R. s. 7, end נִתְבַּלּוּ (the garments) were worn out. B. Mets.87a נ׳ הבשר her body was withered. B. Bath. 146a עשויין לִיבָּלֹות made to be used up.

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  • 43 בלה

    בלי, בָּלָה(b. h.; √בל, v. בלל; cmp. נבל) to be crumbled; to be worn out, to fail, decay, perish. Koh. R. to I, 4 הוא בֹולֶה it (the generation of man) decays (dies out), אינה בֹולָה it (the earth) does not grow old. Taan.9a (play on עד בלי די Mal. 3:10) עד שיִבְלוּ שפתותיכם מלומר די until your lips grow tired from saying, It is enough; (Y. ib. III, 66d bot. שיבללו, v. בָּלַל); a. fr.Part. pass. בָּלוּי outworn. Pl. בְּלוּיִים. Midr. Till. to Ps. 25:1. Pi. בִּלָּה to wear out, outlive, survive. Lev. R. s. 4 הנפש מְבַלָּהוכ׳ the soul survives the body. Ib. s. 19 (play on אין בלתך, 1 Sam. 2:2) אין לְבַלֹּותֶךָ there is none to outlive thee. Koh. R. l. c.; Cant. R. to V, 15 one erects a building ואחר מְבַלֶּה אותו (not מכלה) and another man ruins it. Snh.105a, v. בִּלְעָם. Nif. נִבְלָה, Nithpa. נִתְבַּלָּה to become outworn, fade away. Esth. R. introd. עתידין לְהִבָּלֹות (Gen. R. s. 42 לִבְלֹות) are destined to decay. Deut. R. s. 7, end נִתְבַּלּוּ (the garments) were worn out. B. Mets.87a נ׳ הבשר her body was withered. B. Bath. 146a עשויין לִיבָּלֹות made to be used up.

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  • 44 בָּלָה

    בלי, בָּלָה(b. h.; √בל, v. בלל; cmp. נבל) to be crumbled; to be worn out, to fail, decay, perish. Koh. R. to I, 4 הוא בֹולֶה it (the generation of man) decays (dies out), אינה בֹולָה it (the earth) does not grow old. Taan.9a (play on עד בלי די Mal. 3:10) עד שיִבְלוּ שפתותיכם מלומר די until your lips grow tired from saying, It is enough; (Y. ib. III, 66d bot. שיבללו, v. בָּלַל); a. fr.Part. pass. בָּלוּי outworn. Pl. בְּלוּיִים. Midr. Till. to Ps. 25:1. Pi. בִּלָּה to wear out, outlive, survive. Lev. R. s. 4 הנפש מְבַלָּהוכ׳ the soul survives the body. Ib. s. 19 (play on אין בלתך, 1 Sam. 2:2) אין לְבַלֹּותֶךָ there is none to outlive thee. Koh. R. l. c.; Cant. R. to V, 15 one erects a building ואחר מְבַלֶּה אותו (not מכלה) and another man ruins it. Snh.105a, v. בִּלְעָם. Nif. נִבְלָה, Nithpa. נִתְבַּלָּה to become outworn, fade away. Esth. R. introd. עתידין לְהִבָּלֹות (Gen. R. s. 42 לִבְלֹות) are destined to decay. Deut. R. s. 7, end נִתְבַּלּוּ (the garments) were worn out. B. Mets.87a נ׳ הבשר her body was withered. B. Bath. 146a עשויין לִיבָּלֹות made to be used up.

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  • 45 בני

    בני, בָּנָה(b. h.; sec. r. of בין) ( to combine, to build. Sabb.XII, 1 הַבּוֹנֶה he who builds (on-the Sabbath). Ib. 102b משים בונה (isguilty) because it is one of the labors classified under ‘building; a. fr.Metaph. to educate, train. Ber.64a (ref. to Is. 54:13) א״ת בָּנַיִךְ אלא בוֹנַיִּךְ read not banayikh (thy children), but bonayikh (thy builders, trainers); v. בַּנָּאִים.Ex. R. s. 23 (play on bnoth, Cant. 1:5) בּוֹנוֹתוכ׳ the authorities directing the building of Jerusalem; v. Pi.Ḥull.78b זה בנה אב, v. אָב, a. בִּנְיָן. Tosef.Par.VII (VI), 4 בְּנָאוֹ ed. Zuck., v. כָּנַן. Nif. נִבְנֶה 1) to be built up. Y.B. Bath.III, 14b, a. fr. לְהִיבָּנוֹת, לִיבָּנוֹת. 2) (denom. of בֵּן) to get children. Gen. R. s. 71. Nithpa. נִתְבַּנֶּה (denom. of בֵּן) to be adopt denaturalized. Pesik. R. s. 43 נִתְבַּנּוּ בישראל they became full Israelitish citizens. Pi. בִּינָּה to lay out, plan a city, determine its limits. Ex. R. l. c. the Great Sanedrin held sessions ומְבַנָּים אותה (not אותם) and determined the limits of Jerusalem; v. Snh.I, 5.Part. Pu. מְבוּנֶּה cultivated; built (of human stature), well-proportioned. Keth.112a; Sot.34b היתה מְבוּנָּה עלוכ׳ it (Hebron, in spite of the rocky nature of its soil) was seven times better cultivated than Zoan (one measure of its land yielding as much as did seven measures of the soil of Zoan). Ib. 42b (play on benayim, 1 Sam. 17:4) מב׳ מכל מום his build was without blemish.

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  • 46 בנה

    בני, בָּנָה(b. h.; sec. r. of בין) ( to combine, to build. Sabb.XII, 1 הַבּוֹנֶה he who builds (on-the Sabbath). Ib. 102b משים בונה (isguilty) because it is one of the labors classified under ‘building; a. fr.Metaph. to educate, train. Ber.64a (ref. to Is. 54:13) א״ת בָּנַיִךְ אלא בוֹנַיִּךְ read not banayikh (thy children), but bonayikh (thy builders, trainers); v. בַּנָּאִים.Ex. R. s. 23 (play on bnoth, Cant. 1:5) בּוֹנוֹתוכ׳ the authorities directing the building of Jerusalem; v. Pi.Ḥull.78b זה בנה אב, v. אָב, a. בִּנְיָן. Tosef.Par.VII (VI), 4 בְּנָאוֹ ed. Zuck., v. כָּנַן. Nif. נִבְנֶה 1) to be built up. Y.B. Bath.III, 14b, a. fr. לְהִיבָּנוֹת, לִיבָּנוֹת. 2) (denom. of בֵּן) to get children. Gen. R. s. 71. Nithpa. נִתְבַּנֶּה (denom. of בֵּן) to be adopt denaturalized. Pesik. R. s. 43 נִתְבַּנּוּ בישראל they became full Israelitish citizens. Pi. בִּינָּה to lay out, plan a city, determine its limits. Ex. R. l. c. the Great Sanedrin held sessions ומְבַנָּים אותה (not אותם) and determined the limits of Jerusalem; v. Snh.I, 5.Part. Pu. מְבוּנֶּה cultivated; built (of human stature), well-proportioned. Keth.112a; Sot.34b היתה מְבוּנָּה עלוכ׳ it (Hebron, in spite of the rocky nature of its soil) was seven times better cultivated than Zoan (one measure of its land yielding as much as did seven measures of the soil of Zoan). Ib. 42b (play on benayim, 1 Sam. 17:4) מב׳ מכל מום his build was without blemish.

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  • 47 בָּנָה

    בני, בָּנָה(b. h.; sec. r. of בין) ( to combine, to build. Sabb.XII, 1 הַבּוֹנֶה he who builds (on-the Sabbath). Ib. 102b משים בונה (isguilty) because it is one of the labors classified under ‘building; a. fr.Metaph. to educate, train. Ber.64a (ref. to Is. 54:13) א״ת בָּנַיִךְ אלא בוֹנַיִּךְ read not banayikh (thy children), but bonayikh (thy builders, trainers); v. בַּנָּאִים.Ex. R. s. 23 (play on bnoth, Cant. 1:5) בּוֹנוֹתוכ׳ the authorities directing the building of Jerusalem; v. Pi.Ḥull.78b זה בנה אב, v. אָב, a. בִּנְיָן. Tosef.Par.VII (VI), 4 בְּנָאוֹ ed. Zuck., v. כָּנַן. Nif. נִבְנֶה 1) to be built up. Y.B. Bath.III, 14b, a. fr. לְהִיבָּנוֹת, לִיבָּנוֹת. 2) (denom. of בֵּן) to get children. Gen. R. s. 71. Nithpa. נִתְבַּנֶּה (denom. of בֵּן) to be adopt denaturalized. Pesik. R. s. 43 נִתְבַּנּוּ בישראל they became full Israelitish citizens. Pi. בִּינָּה to lay out, plan a city, determine its limits. Ex. R. l. c. the Great Sanedrin held sessions ומְבַנָּים אותה (not אותם) and determined the limits of Jerusalem; v. Snh.I, 5.Part. Pu. מְבוּנֶּה cultivated; built (of human stature), well-proportioned. Keth.112a; Sot.34b היתה מְבוּנָּה עלוכ׳ it (Hebron, in spite of the rocky nature of its soil) was seven times better cultivated than Zoan (one measure of its land yielding as much as did seven measures of the soil of Zoan). Ib. 42b (play on benayim, 1 Sam. 17:4) מב׳ מכל מום his build was without blemish.

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  • 48 בסם

    בָּסֵם, בָּשֵׂם(√בס, בש cmp. בָּשַׁל, to boil, ripen, be warm, ferment) to be sweet, pleasant, pleasing. Lam. R. to I, 9 יערב לך ויִבְסַם לך may (the sacrifice) be sweet unto thee (Moloch), may it be pleasing unto thee. Gen. R. s. 85 יערב לבם יבושםוכ׳ (Yalk. Gen. 144, Josh. 35 יבסם) may (the wine you drank) be sweet to you, may it well agree with you.Denom. בּוֹסֶם. Pi. בִּסֵּם, בִּיסֵּם, בִּישֵּׂם to make a person look well, esp. (denom. of בּוֹסֶם) to perfume with oil Ex. R. s. 23 a bride מקשטין אותה ומְבַסְּמִין אותה is adorned and made handsome (her toilet is attended to).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּם, f. מְבוּסֶּמֶת, מְבוּשּׂ׳ perfumed, sweet Num. R. s. 20 מקישטת ומב׳ in full toilet. Tosef.Ber.VI (V), 5 it is not becoming for a scholar שיצא מבוסם to go out with perfumed oil on his head; Ber.43b מבוש׳. B. Bath.VI, 3 יין מב׳ sweet wine (guaranteed as not sour). (Pesik. R. s. 21 בישם העולם; Ruth. R. beg. ביסם, read בִּיסֵּס, v. בָּסַס. Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ 1) to perfume ones self with oil Gen. R. s. 17. 2) to become exhilarated, to feel the wine. Koh. R. to XI, 9 אכל ושתה ונת׳ he ate and drank and felt well. 3) trnsf. to grow better, improve. Gen. R. s. 67, end נִתְבַּסְּמָה דעתו עליו his character grew better (play on בשמת Gen. 26:34).(Ib. s. 66 נתבשם העולם, v. בָּסַס.

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  • 49 בשם

    בָּסֵם, בָּשֵׂם(√בס, בש cmp. בָּשַׁל, to boil, ripen, be warm, ferment) to be sweet, pleasant, pleasing. Lam. R. to I, 9 יערב לך ויִבְסַם לך may (the sacrifice) be sweet unto thee (Moloch), may it be pleasing unto thee. Gen. R. s. 85 יערב לבם יבושםוכ׳ (Yalk. Gen. 144, Josh. 35 יבסם) may (the wine you drank) be sweet to you, may it well agree with you.Denom. בּוֹסֶם. Pi. בִּסֵּם, בִּיסֵּם, בִּישֵּׂם to make a person look well, esp. (denom. of בּוֹסֶם) to perfume with oil Ex. R. s. 23 a bride מקשטין אותה ומְבַסְּמִין אותה is adorned and made handsome (her toilet is attended to).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּם, f. מְבוּסֶּמֶת, מְבוּשּׂ׳ perfumed, sweet Num. R. s. 20 מקישטת ומב׳ in full toilet. Tosef.Ber.VI (V), 5 it is not becoming for a scholar שיצא מבוסם to go out with perfumed oil on his head; Ber.43b מבוש׳. B. Bath.VI, 3 יין מב׳ sweet wine (guaranteed as not sour). (Pesik. R. s. 21 בישם העולם; Ruth. R. beg. ביסם, read בִּיסֵּס, v. בָּסַס. Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ 1) to perfume ones self with oil Gen. R. s. 17. 2) to become exhilarated, to feel the wine. Koh. R. to XI, 9 אכל ושתה ונת׳ he ate and drank and felt well. 3) trnsf. to grow better, improve. Gen. R. s. 67, end נִתְבַּסְּמָה דעתו עליו his character grew better (play on בשמת Gen. 26:34).(Ib. s. 66 נתבשם העולם, v. בָּסַס.

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  • 50 בָּסֵם

    בָּסֵם, בָּשֵׂם(√בס, בש cmp. בָּשַׁל, to boil, ripen, be warm, ferment) to be sweet, pleasant, pleasing. Lam. R. to I, 9 יערב לך ויִבְסַם לך may (the sacrifice) be sweet unto thee (Moloch), may it be pleasing unto thee. Gen. R. s. 85 יערב לבם יבושםוכ׳ (Yalk. Gen. 144, Josh. 35 יבסם) may (the wine you drank) be sweet to you, may it well agree with you.Denom. בּוֹסֶם. Pi. בִּסֵּם, בִּיסֵּם, בִּישֵּׂם to make a person look well, esp. (denom. of בּוֹסֶם) to perfume with oil Ex. R. s. 23 a bride מקשטין אותה ומְבַסְּמִין אותה is adorned and made handsome (her toilet is attended to).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּם, f. מְבוּסֶּמֶת, מְבוּשּׂ׳ perfumed, sweet Num. R. s. 20 מקישטת ומב׳ in full toilet. Tosef.Ber.VI (V), 5 it is not becoming for a scholar שיצא מבוסם to go out with perfumed oil on his head; Ber.43b מבוש׳. B. Bath.VI, 3 יין מב׳ sweet wine (guaranteed as not sour). (Pesik. R. s. 21 בישם העולם; Ruth. R. beg. ביסם, read בִּיסֵּס, v. בָּסַס. Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ 1) to perfume ones self with oil Gen. R. s. 17. 2) to become exhilarated, to feel the wine. Koh. R. to XI, 9 אכל ושתה ונת׳ he ate and drank and felt well. 3) trnsf. to grow better, improve. Gen. R. s. 67, end נִתְבַּסְּמָה דעתו עליו his character grew better (play on בשמת Gen. 26:34).(Ib. s. 66 נתבשם העולם, v. בָּסַס.

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  • 51 בָּשֵׂם

    בָּסֵם, בָּשֵׂם(√בס, בש cmp. בָּשַׁל, to boil, ripen, be warm, ferment) to be sweet, pleasant, pleasing. Lam. R. to I, 9 יערב לך ויִבְסַם לך may (the sacrifice) be sweet unto thee (Moloch), may it be pleasing unto thee. Gen. R. s. 85 יערב לבם יבושםוכ׳ (Yalk. Gen. 144, Josh. 35 יבסם) may (the wine you drank) be sweet to you, may it well agree with you.Denom. בּוֹסֶם. Pi. בִּסֵּם, בִּיסֵּם, בִּישֵּׂם to make a person look well, esp. (denom. of בּוֹסֶם) to perfume with oil Ex. R. s. 23 a bride מקשטין אותה ומְבַסְּמִין אותה is adorned and made handsome (her toilet is attended to).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּם, f. מְבוּסֶּמֶת, מְבוּשּׂ׳ perfumed, sweet Num. R. s. 20 מקישטת ומב׳ in full toilet. Tosef.Ber.VI (V), 5 it is not becoming for a scholar שיצא מבוסם to go out with perfumed oil on his head; Ber.43b מבוש׳. B. Bath.VI, 3 יין מב׳ sweet wine (guaranteed as not sour). (Pesik. R. s. 21 בישם העולם; Ruth. R. beg. ביסם, read בִּיסֵּס, v. בָּסַס. Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ 1) to perfume ones self with oil Gen. R. s. 17. 2) to become exhilarated, to feel the wine. Koh. R. to XI, 9 אכל ושתה ונת׳ he ate and drank and felt well. 3) trnsf. to grow better, improve. Gen. R. s. 67, end נִתְבַּסְּמָה דעתו עליו his character grew better (play on בשמת Gen. 26:34).(Ib. s. 66 נתבשם העולם, v. בָּסַס.

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  • 52 בסם

    בְּסַםch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ to perfume ones self with oil). Targ. Ex. 15:25; a. fr.Part. pass. בְּסִים, v. בָּסִים. Pa. בַּסֵּים 1) to sweeten, season; trnsf. to make happy, to delight. Targ. Y. Num. 18:19. Targ. Ps. 119:122; a. e.Succ.51a; Arakh.11a לבַסּוּמֵי קלא to sweeten the sound (by means of instrumental accompaniment). 2) to embalm. Targ. Y. Gen. 50:2; 26.Part. pass. מְבַסַּם. Targ. O. 30:25. Ithpa. אִיתְבַּסֵּם, Ithpe. אִיתְבְּסַם, contr. אִיבְּסִים 1) to be sweet, well-seasoned, prepared. Targ. Job 24:20. Targ. Y. Ex. 30:25 מִתְבַּשֵּׂם; a. e. 2) to be embalmed. Targ. Y. Gen. 50:3. 3) to be cheerful, feel the wine; cmp. בְּלוּזְמָא. Snh.38a כיון דאִיבְּסוּם when they were feeling the wine. Sabb.66b. B. Bath.73b bot.Meg.7b מיחייב אינש לִבְּסוּמַיוכ׳ (= לאיבסומי, v. Rashi a. l.) one must cheer himself up with wine Ib. איבסום they were feeling the wine (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note). Targ. Cant. 2:5 אתבסם, v. בְּסַס.

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  • 53 בְּסַם

    בְּסַםch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְבַּסֵּם, הִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳; Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּם, נִתְבַּשֵּׂ׳ to perfume ones self with oil). Targ. Ex. 15:25; a. fr.Part. pass. בְּסִים, v. בָּסִים. Pa. בַּסֵּים 1) to sweeten, season; trnsf. to make happy, to delight. Targ. Y. Num. 18:19. Targ. Ps. 119:122; a. e.Succ.51a; Arakh.11a לבַסּוּמֵי קלא to sweeten the sound (by means of instrumental accompaniment). 2) to embalm. Targ. Y. Gen. 50:2; 26.Part. pass. מְבַסַּם. Targ. O. 30:25. Ithpa. אִיתְבַּסֵּם, Ithpe. אִיתְבְּסַם, contr. אִיבְּסִים 1) to be sweet, well-seasoned, prepared. Targ. Job 24:20. Targ. Y. Ex. 30:25 מִתְבַּשֵּׂם; a. e. 2) to be embalmed. Targ. Y. Gen. 50:3. 3) to be cheerful, feel the wine; cmp. בְּלוּזְמָא. Snh.38a כיון דאִיבְּסוּם when they were feeling the wine. Sabb.66b. B. Bath.73b bot.Meg.7b מיחייב אינש לִבְּסוּמַיוכ׳ (= לאיבסומי, v. Rashi a. l.) one must cheer himself up with wine Ib. איבסום they were feeling the wine (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note). Targ. Cant. 2:5 אתבסם, v. בְּסַס.

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  • 54 בסס

    בָּסַס(sec. r. of b. h. בּוּס) to tread, stamp, pile up. Ukts. I, 5 stalks of eatable plants (straw) שבְּסָסָן בגרן which the owner packed in the barn; Succ.14a מאי בססן what does this bsasan mean? R. … says ב׳ ממש he really stamped them (threshed); R. … says תתיר אגדן he untied them (for the purpose of piling the stalks closer by treading upon them). (Pesik. Haḥod. p. 45a>; Pesik. R. s. 15 היו בוססות, read with Num. R. s. 11 כּוֹסְסוֹת, v. כָּסַס. Pi. בִּיסֵּס (denom. of בָּסִוס) to establish firmly, to found, to put on a secure basis. Cant. R. to I, 9 ומי ב׳ העולם and who gave the world a firm basis?; (ibid. VII, 1; Ruth. R. beg.; Pesik. R. s. 21 בוסם, בישם corr. acc.).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּס firmly established. Num. R. s. 15; Tanḥ. Bhaal. 11 כסאו מב׳ למעלן (not מבוסם) His throne is firmly established above, when Israel Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּס to be firmly established, to rest safely. Num. R. s. 12 after the Sanctuary was erected נתב׳ העולם the world became firm. Ib. as soon as they made a third leg for the table (v. טרסקל), נתב׳ it stood firm; Tanḥ. Trum. 9. Gen. R. s. 66 נתבשם העולם (corr. acc.); Yalk. Ps. 811.

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  • 55 בָּסַס

    בָּסַס(sec. r. of b. h. בּוּס) to tread, stamp, pile up. Ukts. I, 5 stalks of eatable plants (straw) שבְּסָסָן בגרן which the owner packed in the barn; Succ.14a מאי בססן what does this bsasan mean? R. … says ב׳ ממש he really stamped them (threshed); R. … says תתיר אגדן he untied them (for the purpose of piling the stalks closer by treading upon them). (Pesik. Haḥod. p. 45a>; Pesik. R. s. 15 היו בוססות, read with Num. R. s. 11 כּוֹסְסוֹת, v. כָּסַס. Pi. בִּיסֵּס (denom. of בָּסִוס) to establish firmly, to found, to put on a secure basis. Cant. R. to I, 9 ומי ב׳ העולם and who gave the world a firm basis?; (ibid. VII, 1; Ruth. R. beg.; Pesik. R. s. 21 בוסם, בישם corr. acc.).Part. pass. מְבוּסָּס firmly established. Num. R. s. 15; Tanḥ. Bhaal. 11 כסאו מב׳ למעלן (not מבוסם) His throne is firmly established above, when Israel Nithpa. נִתְבַּסֵּס to be firmly established, to rest safely. Num. R. s. 12 after the Sanctuary was erected נתב׳ העולם the world became firm. Ib. as soon as they made a third leg for the table (v. טרסקל), נתב׳ it stood firm; Tanḥ. Trum. 9. Gen. R. s. 66 נתבשם העולם (corr. acc.); Yalk. Ps. 811.

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  • 56 בסס

    בְּסַסch. sam(בסס bsasan). Part. pass. בְּסִיס based, firm. Targ. Cant. 5:15. Pa. בַּסֵּיס as preced. Pi. Targ. 2 Chr. 3:3. Ithpa. אִתְבַּסֵּס as preced. Nithpa. Targ. Cant. 2:5 (not אתבסם).

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  • 57 בְּסַס

    בְּסַסch. sam(בסס bsasan). Part. pass. בְּסִיס based, firm. Targ. Cant. 5:15. Pa. בַּסֵּיס as preced. Pi. Targ. 2 Chr. 3:3. Ithpa. אִתְבַּסֵּס as preced. Nithpa. Targ. Cant. 2:5 (not אתבסם).

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  • 58 בצר

    בָּצַר(b. h.; √בץ, cmp. בצע) to cut grapes. Pes.3b בּוֹצְרִין בטהרה one must cut grapes under the rules of levitical cleanness. Gitt.57a בָּצְרוּ … את כרמיהןוכ׳ the gentiles held vintage in vineyards soaked with Israels blood; a. fr. Nif. נִבְצַר 1) to be cut. Ex. R. s. 30, beg. עד שתגיע עונתן לִיבָּצֵר until their (the nations) time has arrived to be cut (ripe for punishment). 2) to be cut off, diminished. Tanḥ. Noah 18 נִבְצָרִים מןוכ׳ cut off from the world (destroyed). Gen. R. s. 38 יִבָּצֵר מהם shall be denied them. Pi. בִּצֵּר, בִּיצֵּר to cut off, whence (cmp. גדר) 1) to surround, fortify. Part. pass. מְבוּצָּר. Y.Pes.VII, 35b bot.; Y.Shebu.VIII, beg., 38b גג מב׳ a roof surrounded with railings, v. בְּצוֹצְרָה.Neg. I, 5 מְבוּצֶּרֶת an eruption surrounded with sound flesh; ib. X, 2 sq. מבוצר (of the hair in the flesh affected by the eruption). Deut. R. s. 1 (ref. to עיר מצור Ps. 60:11, a. מבצר ib. 108:11) עיר שמבוצרתוכ׳ the city (of Rome) which is well fortified 2) to diminish. Ib. שמצירה ומבצרה לישראל (Mat. K. ומְבַצֶּרֶת, Yalk. Ps. 779 מבצרא ch.) the city which troubles and diminishes Israel. Nithpa. נִתְבַּצֵּר to be railed around, be set apart. Meg.14a; Snh.110a; Num. R. s. 18 מקום נ׳ להםוכ׳ a place was set apart for them in Gehenna; Koh. R. to VII, 2.

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  • 59 בָּצַר

    בָּצַר(b. h.; √בץ, cmp. בצע) to cut grapes. Pes.3b בּוֹצְרִין בטהרה one must cut grapes under the rules of levitical cleanness. Gitt.57a בָּצְרוּ … את כרמיהןוכ׳ the gentiles held vintage in vineyards soaked with Israels blood; a. fr. Nif. נִבְצַר 1) to be cut. Ex. R. s. 30, beg. עד שתגיע עונתן לִיבָּצֵר until their (the nations) time has arrived to be cut (ripe for punishment). 2) to be cut off, diminished. Tanḥ. Noah 18 נִבְצָרִים מןוכ׳ cut off from the world (destroyed). Gen. R. s. 38 יִבָּצֵר מהם shall be denied them. Pi. בִּצֵּר, בִּיצֵּר to cut off, whence (cmp. גדר) 1) to surround, fortify. Part. pass. מְבוּצָּר. Y.Pes.VII, 35b bot.; Y.Shebu.VIII, beg., 38b גג מב׳ a roof surrounded with railings, v. בְּצוֹצְרָה.Neg. I, 5 מְבוּצֶּרֶת an eruption surrounded with sound flesh; ib. X, 2 sq. מבוצר (of the hair in the flesh affected by the eruption). Deut. R. s. 1 (ref. to עיר מצור Ps. 60:11, a. מבצר ib. 108:11) עיר שמבוצרתוכ׳ the city (of Rome) which is well fortified 2) to diminish. Ib. שמצירה ומבצרה לישראל (Mat. K. ומְבַצֶּרֶת, Yalk. Ps. 779 מבצרא ch.) the city which troubles and diminishes Israel. Nithpa. נִתְבַּצֵּר to be railed around, be set apart. Meg.14a; Snh.110a; Num. R. s. 18 מקום נ׳ להםוכ׳ a place was set apart for them in Gehenna; Koh. R. to VII, 2.

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  • 60 בקר

    בָּקַר(b. h.; √בק, v. בקע) to enter into, to clear, split; whence 1) (= בער) to eat up. Denom. בָּקָר (= בְּעִיר). 2) (= בער) to break forth, shine. Denom. בֹּקֶר. Pi. בִּיקֵּר, בִּקֵּר (b. h.) 1) to enter into, examine, search, distinguish (cmp. בִּין). Keth.106a מְבַקְּרֵי מומין those entrusted with the examination of sacrificial animals. Y.Bets. II, 61c top ובִיקְּרָן ממומן and had them examined (and declared free) from bodily defects. Ḥag.9b אין אומרים בַּקְּרוּוכ׳ we do not say, Examine ye a camel, a swine (i. e. only the deeds of distinguished persons are scrutinized); a. fr.Part. pass. מְבוּקָּר examined and found fit. Y.Ber.IV, 7b top טליים מְבוּקָּרִים lambs which passed examination. 2) to inquire after ones health, to visit the sick. Ned.IV, 4 (38b). ונכנס לְבַקְּרוֹ and comes to see him. Snh.68a; a. v. fr. (Ruth. R. to II, 15, v. infra. Hithpa. הִתְבַּקֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְבַּקֵּר 1) to be examined. Gen. R. s. 81 פנקסו נִתְבַּקְּרָה his account is examined (his sins visited); Tanḥ. Vayishlaḥ 8 מִתְבַּקֶּרֶת. Gen. R. s. 84, read with Yalk. Gen. 141 נתב׳ פנקסי my account 2) to be visited, attended to. Num. R. s. 18 as all sick persons מִתְבַּקְּרִין are tended (by physicians). Hif. הִבְקִיר (Y. Dial. for הִפְקִיר, v. פָּקַר; v. next w.) to give free, to resign ownership, to declare a property ownerless. Y.Ned.IV, 38d; Y.Peah V, beg.19b (read:) כיון שאדם מַבְקִיר דבר יצא מרשותו as soon as one declares a thing to be free, it has gone out of his control; Y.Dem.III, 23b bot. כיון שאדם מ׳ … ויצא … הבקירו הבקר as soon as one gives a thing free and it has left his possession, his act is valid; a. fr. (Ruth. R. to II, 15 מבקר, מבדר, prob. מבקיר; v. בָּדַר. Hof. הוּבְקַר to be declared free, to be free. Y.Peah VI, 19c top.Part. מוּבְקָר Ib. 19b bot. שדי מוּבְקֶרֶתוכ׳ (Tosef.Maasr.III, 11. הרי … מופ׳) my field shall be free for one day ; a. e.

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