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  • 621 קנטר

    קַנְטֵר, קַנְתֵּרch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקַנְטֵר, הִתְקַנְתֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַנְטֵר, נִתְקנְתֵּר to be rebuked). Y.Yoma I, 38d top כד … מְקַנְטְרָהוכ׳ when he wanted to rebuke R. L. b. J., he used to say, ‘formerly (the Lord was) was with him (allusion to 1 Chr. 9:20); Y.Meg.I, 72a bot. למקנתרה. Y.Maasr.III, end, 51a מְקַנְתֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ chided those teachers of the Agadoth, and called the latter charm-books. Y.Sot.I, 16d bot. הוי היא דו מקנתר לון (not הרי) it is this for which he chides them (1 Sam. 2:29); a. e.

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  • 622 קנתר

    קַנְטֵר, קַנְתֵּרch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקַנְטֵר, הִתְקַנְתֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַנְטֵר, נִתְקנְתֵּר to be rebuked). Y.Yoma I, 38d top כד … מְקַנְטְרָהוכ׳ when he wanted to rebuke R. L. b. J., he used to say, ‘formerly (the Lord was) was with him (allusion to 1 Chr. 9:20); Y.Meg.I, 72a bot. למקנתרה. Y.Maasr.III, end, 51a מְקַנְתֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ chided those teachers of the Agadoth, and called the latter charm-books. Y.Sot.I, 16d bot. הוי היא דו מקנתר לון (not הרי) it is this for which he chides them (1 Sam. 2:29); a. e.

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  • 623 קַנְטֵר

    קַנְטֵר, קַנְתֵּרch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקַנְטֵר, הִתְקַנְתֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַנְטֵר, נִתְקנְתֵּר to be rebuked). Y.Yoma I, 38d top כד … מְקַנְטְרָהוכ׳ when he wanted to rebuke R. L. b. J., he used to say, ‘formerly (the Lord was) was with him (allusion to 1 Chr. 9:20); Y.Meg.I, 72a bot. למקנתרה. Y.Maasr.III, end, 51a מְקַנְתֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ chided those teachers of the Agadoth, and called the latter charm-books. Y.Sot.I, 16d bot. הוי היא דו מקנתר לון (not הרי) it is this for which he chides them (1 Sam. 2:29); a. e.

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  • 624 קַנְתֵּר

    קַנְטֵר, קַנְתֵּרch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקַנְטֵר, הִתְקַנְתֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַנְטֵר, נִתְקנְתֵּר to be rebuked). Y.Yoma I, 38d top כד … מְקַנְטְרָהוכ׳ when he wanted to rebuke R. L. b. J., he used to say, ‘formerly (the Lord was) was with him (allusion to 1 Chr. 9:20); Y.Meg.I, 72a bot. למקנתרה. Y.Maasr.III, end, 51a מְקַנְתֵּר לאיליןוכ׳ chided those teachers of the Agadoth, and called the latter charm-books. Y.Sot.I, 16d bot. הוי היא דו מקנתר לון (not הרי) it is this for which he chides them (1 Sam. 2:29); a. e.

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  • 625 קני

    קני(קָנָה) קָנָא (cmp. Arab. ḳana) to be hot. Pi. קִינֵּא, קִנֵּא (b. h.) 1) to be jealous; to envy. Lam. R. introd. (R. Joḥ. 1) לא קִנֵּאתִי בה I was not jealous of her; מפני מה קִנֵּאתָ לע״זוכ׳ why art thou jealous of an idol in which there is no reality?; a. e.Esp. ק׳ לאשתו to suspect ones wife of unbecoming conduct; to accuse of faithlessness; to warn ones wife. Sot.I, 1 המְקַנֵּא … מקנא לה על פי שנים he who suspects his wife … must bring charges against her based on a warning given in the presence of two witnesses. Ib. 2 כיצד מקנא לה אומר לה בפני שנים לא תדבריוכ׳ how must he warn her? If he says before two witnesses, do not speak (associate) with that man, and she does so, she is still permitted to him for marital life Tosef. ib. I, 1 (read:) המקנא לאשתו מקנא על פי עד אחדוכ׳ (ed. Zuck. המְקַנֶּה, Var. מקנה) he who wants to proceed against his wife, must bring charges based on a statement of warning by one witness or on his own statement; Sot.2b. Ib. a אסור לקַנְּאוֹת it is forbidden to warn ones wife (in the presence of witnesses). Ib. 3a מותר לק׳ it is permitted M. Kat. 18b (ref. to Ps. 106:16) שכל … קי׳ לאשתו ממשה every one of them warned his wife in jealousy of Moses. Num. R. s. 9 ע״י איש הוא מקנה אותהוכ׳ he may bring charges on the ground of suspicious conduct towards a man (human being) but not Ib. בית רין מְקַנְּאִין להםוכ׳ (some ed. מְקַנִּין) the court takes proceedings in their (the husbands) behalf ; a. fr. 2) to arouse jealousy; to provoke. Meg.15b קִנְּאַתּוּ במלךוכ׳ she (by inviting Haman) aroused against him the jealousy of the king and the jealousy of the (other) princes. Num. R. l. c. שהיא מְקַנְּאָה להקב״הוכ׳ for she provokes the Lord and her husband; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְקַנֵּא, Nithpa. נִתְקַנֵּא to be jealous; to be incensed. Men.109b נ׳ בו … בשמעי אחיו Onias was jealous of his brother Shimei. Snh.105b בכל אדם מִתְקַנֵּאוכ׳ a man is envious of all except his son and his pupil. Meg.13a מִתְקַנְּאָה, v. יָרֵךְ. Ab. Zar.54b מפני מה מתקנא בעובדיהוכ׳ why is he jealous of (incensed against) those who worship it (the idol), and is not jealous of (takes no revenge on) itself? Meg.19a מה …שנ׳ בכלוכ׳ what reason had Haman to take revenge on all the Jews?; a. fr.

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  • 626 (קנה) קנא

    קני(קָנָה) קָנָא (cmp. Arab. ḳana) to be hot. Pi. קִינֵּא, קִנֵּא (b. h.) 1) to be jealous; to envy. Lam. R. introd. (R. Joḥ. 1) לא קִנֵּאתִי בה I was not jealous of her; מפני מה קִנֵּאתָ לע״זוכ׳ why art thou jealous of an idol in which there is no reality?; a. e.Esp. ק׳ לאשתו to suspect ones wife of unbecoming conduct; to accuse of faithlessness; to warn ones wife. Sot.I, 1 המְקַנֵּא … מקנא לה על פי שנים he who suspects his wife … must bring charges against her based on a warning given in the presence of two witnesses. Ib. 2 כיצד מקנא לה אומר לה בפני שנים לא תדבריוכ׳ how must he warn her? If he says before two witnesses, do not speak (associate) with that man, and she does so, she is still permitted to him for marital life Tosef. ib. I, 1 (read:) המקנא לאשתו מקנא על פי עד אחדוכ׳ (ed. Zuck. המְקַנֶּה, Var. מקנה) he who wants to proceed against his wife, must bring charges based on a statement of warning by one witness or on his own statement; Sot.2b. Ib. a אסור לקַנְּאוֹת it is forbidden to warn ones wife (in the presence of witnesses). Ib. 3a מותר לק׳ it is permitted M. Kat. 18b (ref. to Ps. 106:16) שכל … קי׳ לאשתו ממשה every one of them warned his wife in jealousy of Moses. Num. R. s. 9 ע״י איש הוא מקנה אותהוכ׳ he may bring charges on the ground of suspicious conduct towards a man (human being) but not Ib. בית רין מְקַנְּאִין להםוכ׳ (some ed. מְקַנִּין) the court takes proceedings in their (the husbands) behalf ; a. fr. 2) to arouse jealousy; to provoke. Meg.15b קִנְּאַתּוּ במלךוכ׳ she (by inviting Haman) aroused against him the jealousy of the king and the jealousy of the (other) princes. Num. R. l. c. שהיא מְקַנְּאָה להקב״הוכ׳ for she provokes the Lord and her husband; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְקַנֵּא, Nithpa. נִתְקַנֵּא to be jealous; to be incensed. Men.109b נ׳ בו … בשמעי אחיו Onias was jealous of his brother Shimei. Snh.105b בכל אדם מִתְקַנֵּאוכ׳ a man is envious of all except his son and his pupil. Meg.13a מִתְקַנְּאָה, v. יָרֵךְ. Ab. Zar.54b מפני מה מתקנא בעובדיהוכ׳ why is he jealous of (incensed against) those who worship it (the idol), and is not jealous of (takes no revenge on) itself? Meg.19a מה …שנ׳ בכלוכ׳ what reason had Haman to take revenge on all the Jews?; a. fr.

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  • 627 קסם

    קָסַם(b. h.) 1) to cut, carve. Snh.IX, 6 המקלל בקוֹסֵם (Y. ed. בקַסָּם) he that curses (his neighbor) invoking God as ‘a carver (instead of creator ex nihilo); expl. ib. 81b יכה קוֹסֵם את קוֹסָמוֹ (Ms. M. את קוסו, emended קוסמו, Ar. קִסְמוֹ, קִיסְמוֹ) may the carver strike his carving; anoth. explan. יכהו קוסם לו ולקונו ולמקנו may the carver strike him (euphem. for thee), himself (thyself), v. קָנָה; Y. ib. IX, end, 27b, v. קַיְינָא. 2) to decide (cmp. גָּזַר). Ḥag.14a (ref. to Is. 3:2) קוסם זה מלך ḳosem means king (with ref. to Prov. 16:10); Yalk. Is. 261. 3) (v. קֶסֶם) to divine. Sifré Deut. 171 איזהו קוסם זה האוחזוכ׳ who is a ḳosem? He that seizes his staff (and measuring it fist-wise says), shall I or shall I not go? (ref. to Hos. 4:12); Yalk. Deut. 918. Snh.106a (ref. to Josh. 13:22) קזסם נביא הוא a charmer? is he not a prophet? בתחלה נביא ולבסוף קוסם at first a prophet, and in the end a charmer. Num. R. s. 20 (ref. to Num. 22:7) הוליכו … קסמים שהיו קוֹסְמִין בהן they carried with them all kinds of divining implements with which people divine. Koh. R. to XII, 7 לִקְסוֹם קסמים, v. קֶסֶם; a. e. Pl. קִסֵּם to divine. Midr. Till. to Ps. 79, beg. עמד לו מְקַסֵּםוכ׳ he stood up and divined to find out whether or not to go up. Nithpa. נִתְקַסֵּם, v. קִרְסֵם.

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  • 628 קָסַם

    קָסַם(b. h.) 1) to cut, carve. Snh.IX, 6 המקלל בקוֹסֵם (Y. ed. בקַסָּם) he that curses (his neighbor) invoking God as ‘a carver (instead of creator ex nihilo); expl. ib. 81b יכה קוֹסֵם את קוֹסָמוֹ (Ms. M. את קוסו, emended קוסמו, Ar. קִסְמוֹ, קִיסְמוֹ) may the carver strike his carving; anoth. explan. יכהו קוסם לו ולקונו ולמקנו may the carver strike him (euphem. for thee), himself (thyself), v. קָנָה; Y. ib. IX, end, 27b, v. קַיְינָא. 2) to decide (cmp. גָּזַר). Ḥag.14a (ref. to Is. 3:2) קוסם זה מלך ḳosem means king (with ref. to Prov. 16:10); Yalk. Is. 261. 3) (v. קֶסֶם) to divine. Sifré Deut. 171 איזהו קוסם זה האוחזוכ׳ who is a ḳosem? He that seizes his staff (and measuring it fist-wise says), shall I or shall I not go? (ref. to Hos. 4:12); Yalk. Deut. 918. Snh.106a (ref. to Josh. 13:22) קזסם נביא הוא a charmer? is he not a prophet? בתחלה נביא ולבסוף קוסם at first a prophet, and in the end a charmer. Num. R. s. 20 (ref. to Num. 22:7) הוליכו … קסמים שהיו קוֹסְמִין בהן they carried with them all kinds of divining implements with which people divine. Koh. R. to XII, 7 לִקְסוֹם קסמים, v. קֶסֶם; a. e. Pl. קִסֵּם to divine. Midr. Till. to Ps. 79, beg. עמד לו מְקַסֵּםוכ׳ he stood up and divined to find out whether or not to go up. Nithpa. נִתְקַסֵּם, v. קִרְסֵם.

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  • 629 קעקע II

    קִעְקֵעַII (transpos. of עקעק, v. עוּק; cmp. גִּעְגֵּעַ) 1) to engrave (cmp. חָקַק); to etch in. Macc.III, 6 כתב ולא ק׳ ק׳ … וִיקַעְקֵעַ if he writes (on his skin) but makes no impression, or makes an impression but does not write, he is not guilty (of trespassing the law, Lev. 19:28) until he writes and stamps with ink ; Sifra Kdoshim, Par. 3, ch. VI; a. e. 2) to stamp out, exterminate. Y.Ab. Zar. IV, 44a top, a. e., v. בֵּיצָה. Tosef.B. Kam. X, 5; Y.Gitt.V, 47a bot. יְקַעְקֵעַ כל הבירהוכ׳ he must (if necessary) take down the entire group of buildings in order to restore it (the stolen beam). Ex. R. s. 35 החריבה אזתו אלא שלא קִעְקְעָה אותווכ׳ she (Babylon) laid the Temple in ruins, but she did not stamp it out, whereas of Edom it is written (Ps. 137:7), ‘raze it, raze it Hithpa. הִתְקַעְקֵעַ, Nithpa. נִתְקַעְקֵעַ to be stamped out, v. בֵּיצָה. Esth. R. to I, 7 מי גרם … שתִּתְקַעְקֵעַ ביצתווכ׳ what was the cause that Belshazzars dynasty was entirely exterminated? Ruth R. to IV, 14 מברכותיהן … לא נִתְקַעְקְעָה ביצתווכ׳ owing to the blessings of the women, the seed of David was not entirely exterminated in the days of Athaliah. Pesik. R. s. 12 ואימתי שמשו שוקעת וביצתו מִתְקַעְקַעַתוכ׳ and when shall his (Amaleks) sun go down and his egg be stamped out and his seed uprooted?

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  • 630 קִעְקֵעַ

    קִעְקֵעַII (transpos. of עקעק, v. עוּק; cmp. גִּעְגֵּעַ) 1) to engrave (cmp. חָקַק); to etch in. Macc.III, 6 כתב ולא ק׳ ק׳ … וִיקַעְקֵעַ if he writes (on his skin) but makes no impression, or makes an impression but does not write, he is not guilty (of trespassing the law, Lev. 19:28) until he writes and stamps with ink ; Sifra Kdoshim, Par. 3, ch. VI; a. e. 2) to stamp out, exterminate. Y.Ab. Zar. IV, 44a top, a. e., v. בֵּיצָה. Tosef.B. Kam. X, 5; Y.Gitt.V, 47a bot. יְקַעְקֵעַ כל הבירהוכ׳ he must (if necessary) take down the entire group of buildings in order to restore it (the stolen beam). Ex. R. s. 35 החריבה אזתו אלא שלא קִעְקְעָה אותווכ׳ she (Babylon) laid the Temple in ruins, but she did not stamp it out, whereas of Edom it is written (Ps. 137:7), ‘raze it, raze it Hithpa. הִתְקַעְקֵעַ, Nithpa. נִתְקַעְקֵעַ to be stamped out, v. בֵּיצָה. Esth. R. to I, 7 מי גרם … שתִּתְקַעְקֵעַ ביצתווכ׳ what was the cause that Belshazzars dynasty was entirely exterminated? Ruth R. to IV, 14 מברכותיהן … לא נִתְקַעְקְעָה ביצתווכ׳ owing to the blessings of the women, the seed of David was not entirely exterminated in the days of Athaliah. Pesik. R. s. 12 ואימתי שמשו שוקעת וביצתו מִתְקַעְקַעַתוכ׳ and when shall his (Amaleks) sun go down and his egg be stamped out and his seed uprooted?

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  • 631 קצר

    קָצַר(b. h.) 1) to cut, reap. Sabb.VII, 2 (among the labors forbidden on the Sabbath) הקוֹצֵר cutting plants. Ib. 73b משום קוצר as an act coming under the category of reaping. Pes.IV, 8 קוֹצְרִין וגודשיןוכ׳ they reaped (the barley) and piled it before the ʿOmer was offered. Peah II, 7 שדה שקְצָרוּהָוכ׳ a field which gentiles reaped (for themselves) or which robbers reaped. Ib. 8 נותן … שק׳ he must give up the poor mans share from what he reaped. Ib. III, 6 כדי לִקְצוֹר ולשנות large enough for cutting (swinging the sickle) once and a second time; a. fr. 2) to be short, v. קָצֵר. 3) (with נפש) to be impatient, vexed; to be sick of. Gen. R. s. 52 אבל היא לא קָצְרָה נפשהוכ׳ but she was not vexed (did not suffer from unsatisfied desire) ; Y.Keth.V, 30b; Yalk. Jud. 70. Tanḥ. Huck. 19 קצרה נפשם בדרך they were sick of marching. Pi. קִצֵּר to shorten, be brief in doing. Ber.I, 4 מקום … לקַצֵּרוכ׳ where they prescribed a lengthy benediction, one is not permitted to shorten, where they prescribed a short formula Y.Yoma VI, beg.43b שלא יהא … קַצֵּר (ב)דבריך not that one of the contestants be permitted to speak as long as he needs, and the other be told, make thy speech brief; Y.Snh.III, 21c top. Ber.34a היה מְקַצֵּרוכ׳ gave a very brief prayer. Mekh. Bshall., Vayassʿa, s.1 ק׳ (ב)ברכותיו gave short benedictions (prayers); לא ק׳ … ממשה he was not briefer than Moses (in his prayer, Num. 12:13). Ib. יש שעה לְקַצֵּרוכ׳ there is a time to be brief ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְקַצֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַצֵּר 1) to be shortened. Lev. R. s. 21 היו … מִתְקַצְּרוֹת their years (of life) were shortened. 2) (with נפש) to be impatient, sick. Tanḥ. l. c. נִתְקצְּרָה נפש העם בדרך (not נתקצר), v. supra.

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  • 632 קָצַר

    קָצַר(b. h.) 1) to cut, reap. Sabb.VII, 2 (among the labors forbidden on the Sabbath) הקוֹצֵר cutting plants. Ib. 73b משום קוצר as an act coming under the category of reaping. Pes.IV, 8 קוֹצְרִין וגודשיןוכ׳ they reaped (the barley) and piled it before the ʿOmer was offered. Peah II, 7 שדה שקְצָרוּהָוכ׳ a field which gentiles reaped (for themselves) or which robbers reaped. Ib. 8 נותן … שק׳ he must give up the poor mans share from what he reaped. Ib. III, 6 כדי לִקְצוֹר ולשנות large enough for cutting (swinging the sickle) once and a second time; a. fr. 2) to be short, v. קָצֵר. 3) (with נפש) to be impatient, vexed; to be sick of. Gen. R. s. 52 אבל היא לא קָצְרָה נפשהוכ׳ but she was not vexed (did not suffer from unsatisfied desire) ; Y.Keth.V, 30b; Yalk. Jud. 70. Tanḥ. Huck. 19 קצרה נפשם בדרך they were sick of marching. Pi. קִצֵּר to shorten, be brief in doing. Ber.I, 4 מקום … לקַצֵּרוכ׳ where they prescribed a lengthy benediction, one is not permitted to shorten, where they prescribed a short formula Y.Yoma VI, beg.43b שלא יהא … קַצֵּר (ב)דבריך not that one of the contestants be permitted to speak as long as he needs, and the other be told, make thy speech brief; Y.Snh.III, 21c top. Ber.34a היה מְקַצֵּרוכ׳ gave a very brief prayer. Mekh. Bshall., Vayassʿa, s.1 ק׳ (ב)ברכותיו gave short benedictions (prayers); לא ק׳ … ממשה he was not briefer than Moses (in his prayer, Num. 12:13). Ib. יש שעה לְקַצֵּרוכ׳ there is a time to be brief ; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְקַצֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְקַצֵּר 1) to be shortened. Lev. R. s. 21 היו … מִתְקַצְּרוֹת their years (of life) were shortened. 2) (with נפש) to be impatient, sick. Tanḥ. l. c. נִתְקצְּרָה נפש העם בדרך (not נתקצר), v. supra.

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  • 633 קרב

    קָרֵב(b. h.) 1) to join, come near, be near; to be offered as קָרְבָּן. Zeb.VIII, 2 יִקְרַב לשם מי שהוא let it be offered in behalf of him to whom it may belong. Ib. 5 … אם ק׳ … יִקְרְבוּוכ׳ if one of the heads has been offered, let all of them be offered. Ib. 67b; Ḳinnim III, 3 חטאת קְרֵיבָה למעלהוכ׳ the sin-offering may have been offered on top and the burnt-offering beneath it. Men.VI, 1 הקומץ ק׳ … קְרֵבִים לעצמן the handful (of the priests meal-offering) is offered separately and the remainder separately; Y.Sot.III, 19b top קְרֵיבִין. Sifré Num. 29 קבע זמן לקריבים … למקריבים a time! is fixed for the things to be offered (Lev. 22:27), and a time for those who offer (Num. 6:10); a. fr. 2) to come before court; to sue, complain. Gen. R. s. 96 (ref. to ויקרבו, Gen. 47:29) כאדם … ק׳ עלוכ׳ as one says, that man has brought suit against his neighbor, v. קָבַל II; Yalk. ib. 156 קבל (corr. acc.). Pi. קֵירֵב 1) same, to come near. Ex. R. s. 20, beg. לא קי׳ אצלוכ׳ he had not come near Sarah.Esp. to approach; to pray, intercede, mediate, conciliate. Y.Ber.IV, 8b top זה שעובר … בא וקָרֵב עשה קרבנינווכ׳ we do not say to him who is to pass before the ark (v. תֵּיבָה), ‘come and pray, but, ‘come, draw near, (which means) ‘do our offerings, ‘satisfy our needs 2) to bring near; to befriend, attract, invite. B. Kam.24a ק׳ נגיחותיו if the ox did his gorings in near intervals (of less than three days). Eduy. VIII, 7 אין אליהו … לרחק ולְקָרֵב … המְקוֹרָבִין בזרועוכ׳ Elijah shall come not to decide between clean and unclean, nor to expel (declare genealogically degraded) and to receive (reinstate), but to expel those who have been received by force, and to reinstate those who have been expelled by force. Ib. משפחת … וקֵרְבָהּ בןוכ׳ there was a family … which Ben-Zion expelled by force, and another which they received by force (Bab. ed. וקֵרְבוּהָ בני יב׳; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 40); Tosef. ib. III, 4; Kidd.71a. Eduy. l. c. לא לרחק ולא לקרבוכ׳ neither to expel nor to reinstate, but to make peace Sabb.31a קֵירְבָנוּ תחתוכ׳, v. עִנְוְתָנוּת. Ib. שקֵרַבְתַּנִיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. שהקרבתני) thou hast brought us near Tanḥ. Tsav 8 (ref. to Ps. 65:5) אשרי מי שבחרו … קֵרְבוֹ blessed he whom the Lord has chosen, although he did not bring him near; Num. R. s. 3 הקריבו. Ib. ק׳ את עצמו he brought himself near (to God, through his own deeds); ib. יתרו קרבוהקב״ה the Lord brought Jethro near (caused him to be converted); Yalk. Ex. 379; a. fr.Sifré Num. 94 (expl. לזרא, Num. 11:20, cmp. זָר) שתהיו מרחיקים … מְקָרְבִים אותו you will keep it at a distance (loathe it) more than you have been inviting (wishing for) it; Lev. R. s. 48.Part. pass. מְקוֹרָב; pl. מְקוֹרָבִין, v. supra. Hif. הִקְרִיב 1) to bring near, receive. Y.Dem.II, 23a top מַקְרִיבִין לכנפים, v. כָּנָף Num. R. l. c.; Sabb. l. c., v. supra; a. fr. 2) to offer, sacrifice. Men. XIII, 10 יַקְרִיבֶנָּה במקדש he must offer it in the Temple (of Jerusalem), ואם הִקְרִיבָהּוכ׳ but if he offered it in the Temple of Ḥonyo (in Egypt). Zeb.67b ותַקְרִיבֶנָּה למעלה and let her offer it on top, (v. supra Kal); Kinn. III, 6 ויַקְרִיבֶנָּהוכ׳ Mish. (Bab. ed. ויקרבנה, corr. acc.) and he (the priest) must offer it Ber.6b כאילוה׳ תודה as if he had offered a thank-offering. Ib. 17a as long as the Temple stood אדם חוטא ומַקְרִיבוכ׳ a man sinned and brought a sacrifice; ואין מקריביןוכ׳ yet only its fat and its blood were offered; כאילו הִקְרַבְתִּיו לפניךוכ׳ as if I had offered it (my fat and blood) on the altar before thee; a. v. fr. Nif. נִקְרַב to be offered. Y.Meg.I, 70c top ונִקְרְבוּ מהןוכ׳ and from their contributions was taken the wood for sacrifices; (Y.Taan.IV, 68b; Y.Shek.IV, beg.47d וקרבי). Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב 1) to be brought near, be received. Num. R. s. 3 יש נבחר ונדחה ונ׳וכ׳ some are chosen and repelled (disgraced) and received again Sifra Tsav, Milluïm ידע משהשנ׳ אהרן Moses learned that Aaron was received again (in grace); Yalk. Lev. 515; a. fr. 2) to be offered, sacrificed. Y. Taan. l. c. שלא יהא קרבן מִתְקָרֵבוכ׳ that none but their contributions should be offered first. Pirké dR. El. ch. XXXI אותו האיל … ובא להִתְקָרֵבוכ׳ that ram … ran and came to offer himself as a sacrifice in place of Isaac ; Yalk. Gen. 101; a. e. 3) to claim relationship. Deut. R. s. 2 … אם קרובו עני … פלוני מתקרב לי if a mans relative is poor, he makes himself the main person and him subordinate, saying, this man claims relationship to me; Y.Ber.IX, 13b (in mutilated text) ההן פלן מתקרב לן.

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  • 634 קָרֵב

    קָרֵב(b. h.) 1) to join, come near, be near; to be offered as קָרְבָּן. Zeb.VIII, 2 יִקְרַב לשם מי שהוא let it be offered in behalf of him to whom it may belong. Ib. 5 … אם ק׳ … יִקְרְבוּוכ׳ if one of the heads has been offered, let all of them be offered. Ib. 67b; Ḳinnim III, 3 חטאת קְרֵיבָה למעלהוכ׳ the sin-offering may have been offered on top and the burnt-offering beneath it. Men.VI, 1 הקומץ ק׳ … קְרֵבִים לעצמן the handful (of the priests meal-offering) is offered separately and the remainder separately; Y.Sot.III, 19b top קְרֵיבִין. Sifré Num. 29 קבע זמן לקריבים … למקריבים a time! is fixed for the things to be offered (Lev. 22:27), and a time for those who offer (Num. 6:10); a. fr. 2) to come before court; to sue, complain. Gen. R. s. 96 (ref. to ויקרבו, Gen. 47:29) כאדם … ק׳ עלוכ׳ as one says, that man has brought suit against his neighbor, v. קָבַל II; Yalk. ib. 156 קבל (corr. acc.). Pi. קֵירֵב 1) same, to come near. Ex. R. s. 20, beg. לא קי׳ אצלוכ׳ he had not come near Sarah.Esp. to approach; to pray, intercede, mediate, conciliate. Y.Ber.IV, 8b top זה שעובר … בא וקָרֵב עשה קרבנינווכ׳ we do not say to him who is to pass before the ark (v. תֵּיבָה), ‘come and pray, but, ‘come, draw near, (which means) ‘do our offerings, ‘satisfy our needs 2) to bring near; to befriend, attract, invite. B. Kam.24a ק׳ נגיחותיו if the ox did his gorings in near intervals (of less than three days). Eduy. VIII, 7 אין אליהו … לרחק ולְקָרֵב … המְקוֹרָבִין בזרועוכ׳ Elijah shall come not to decide between clean and unclean, nor to expel (declare genealogically degraded) and to receive (reinstate), but to expel those who have been received by force, and to reinstate those who have been expelled by force. Ib. משפחת … וקֵרְבָהּ בןוכ׳ there was a family … which Ben-Zion expelled by force, and another which they received by force (Bab. ed. וקֵרְבוּהָ בני יב׳; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 40); Tosef. ib. III, 4; Kidd.71a. Eduy. l. c. לא לרחק ולא לקרבוכ׳ neither to expel nor to reinstate, but to make peace Sabb.31a קֵירְבָנוּ תחתוכ׳, v. עִנְוְתָנוּת. Ib. שקֵרַבְתַּנִיוכ׳ Ms. M. (ed. שהקרבתני) thou hast brought us near Tanḥ. Tsav 8 (ref. to Ps. 65:5) אשרי מי שבחרו … קֵרְבוֹ blessed he whom the Lord has chosen, although he did not bring him near; Num. R. s. 3 הקריבו. Ib. ק׳ את עצמו he brought himself near (to God, through his own deeds); ib. יתרו קרבוהקב״ה the Lord brought Jethro near (caused him to be converted); Yalk. Ex. 379; a. fr.Sifré Num. 94 (expl. לזרא, Num. 11:20, cmp. זָר) שתהיו מרחיקים … מְקָרְבִים אותו you will keep it at a distance (loathe it) more than you have been inviting (wishing for) it; Lev. R. s. 48.Part. pass. מְקוֹרָב; pl. מְקוֹרָבִין, v. supra. Hif. הִקְרִיב 1) to bring near, receive. Y.Dem.II, 23a top מַקְרִיבִין לכנפים, v. כָּנָף Num. R. l. c.; Sabb. l. c., v. supra; a. fr. 2) to offer, sacrifice. Men. XIII, 10 יַקְרִיבֶנָּה במקדש he must offer it in the Temple (of Jerusalem), ואם הִקְרִיבָהּוכ׳ but if he offered it in the Temple of Ḥonyo (in Egypt). Zeb.67b ותַקְרִיבֶנָּה למעלה and let her offer it on top, (v. supra Kal); Kinn. III, 6 ויַקְרִיבֶנָּהוכ׳ Mish. (Bab. ed. ויקרבנה, corr. acc.) and he (the priest) must offer it Ber.6b כאילוה׳ תודה as if he had offered a thank-offering. Ib. 17a as long as the Temple stood אדם חוטא ומַקְרִיבוכ׳ a man sinned and brought a sacrifice; ואין מקריביןוכ׳ yet only its fat and its blood were offered; כאילו הִקְרַבְתִּיו לפניךוכ׳ as if I had offered it (my fat and blood) on the altar before thee; a. v. fr. Nif. נִקְרַב to be offered. Y.Meg.I, 70c top ונִקְרְבוּ מהןוכ׳ and from their contributions was taken the wood for sacrifices; (Y.Taan.IV, 68b; Y.Shek.IV, beg.47d וקרבי). Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב 1) to be brought near, be received. Num. R. s. 3 יש נבחר ונדחה ונ׳וכ׳ some are chosen and repelled (disgraced) and received again Sifra Tsav, Milluïm ידע משהשנ׳ אהרן Moses learned that Aaron was received again (in grace); Yalk. Lev. 515; a. fr. 2) to be offered, sacrificed. Y. Taan. l. c. שלא יהא קרבן מִתְקָרֵבוכ׳ that none but their contributions should be offered first. Pirké dR. El. ch. XXXI אותו האיל … ובא להִתְקָרֵבוכ׳ that ram … ran and came to offer himself as a sacrifice in place of Isaac ; Yalk. Gen. 101; a. e. 3) to claim relationship. Deut. R. s. 2 … אם קרובו עני … פלוני מתקרב לי if a mans relative is poor, he makes himself the main person and him subordinate, saying, this man claims relationship to me; Y.Ber.IX, 13b (in mutilated text) ההן פלן מתקרב לן.

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  • 635 קרב

    קְרֵב, קְרֵיבch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב to be brought near, be received), 1) to be near, come near, touch. Targ. Num. 27:1. Targ. Ex. 36:2. Targ. 1 Kings 2:1; a. fr.Pesik. Zakhor, p. 24b> קריב לגביה, v. בָּלַם II. Eduy. VIII, 4 דיִקְרַב במיתא he who touches a corpse; a. e. 2) to intercede, protect. Y.Dem.I, 22a בני קרתי קוֹרְבִין לי (not קרתיה) fellow-citizens, protect me!; בני דודי קורבין לי (not דידי) children of my friend (the Lord), protect you me!; Y.Taan.III, 66c top בני דיליוכ׳ (corr. acc.). 3) to complain, sue. Y.B. Bath.IX, beg.16d אתון בנוי קַרְבוּןוכ׳ his sons came and complained before R. E. Ib. אתת וקְרֵיבָהוכ׳ she came and complained 4) to bring near; to offer, v. infra. Pa. קָרֵיב, קָרֵב 1) to bring near; to offer. Targ. Gen. 48:9, sq. Ib. 13 (Y. ed. Vien. קְריב; h. text ויַּגֵּש). Targ. Is. 58:3 (h. text תִּנְגּשֹׁוּ!). Targ. O. Lev. 1:2 יְקָרֵיב (Y. יִקְרַב). Ib. 3 (Y. יַקְרִיב Af.). Ib. 14 (Y. also יַקְרִיב); a. fr.Gitt.56a סבור רבנן לקָרוּבֵיה the rabbis were of the opinion that it should be offered. Y.Ber.IX, 13d top הוה … אתי למִיקָרְבָהוכ׳ (or למִיקְרְבָה) when a man came to offer, to the idol, an ox Y.Snh.X, 29b מְקָרְבָא לגיחזי to bring Gehazi near (befriend him again). Num. R. s. 3 אלהכון מאן הוא בעי מְקָרֵיב does your God bring near him (grace) whomever he chooses to? B. Bath. 168a אפי׳ צורבא … לְקָרוּבְיה even in the case of a young scholar whom it may be supposed his intended father-in-law likes to bring into his family; a. fr.Part. pass. מְקָרַב; f. מְקָרְבָא, מְקָרְבָה; pl. מְקָרְבִין; מְקָרְבָן near, friendly. Sabb.104a מ״ט שקר ק׳ מיליה אמתוכ׳ why are the letters of שקר (falsehood) near together (in the order of the alphabet), and those of אמת (truth) far apart? Snh.29a מק׳ דעתיה he is friendly, v. רְחַק. 3) to intercede, lead in prayer. Midr. Till. to Ps. 19 חזיוה לחזנא דקָרֵיבוכ׳ they noticed that the officer of the synagogue led in prayer and said Af. אַקְרֵיב to bring near; to offer. Targ. Mal. 2:12; a. fr.Gitt. l. c. אי מַקְרְבִין ליה (or מְקָרְבִין Pa.), v. קָרְבַּן. Ḥag.8b האי דלא אַקְרְבִינְהוּוכ׳ the reason why they did not offer them was ; a. fr.Yeb.39b איקרבת יתוכ׳ (read: אַקְרִיבַת) she brought before us (the court) such and such a person Ithpa. אִתְקָרֵיב, Ithpe. אִתְקְרִיב, אִיקְּרִיב 1) to approach, come near. Targ. Y. Deut. 20:3; O. ib. ed. Berl. (oth. ed. קריבין). Ib. 25:9; a. fr.Keth.56a משום אִיקָּרוּבֵי דעתא הוא והא אִיקָּרְבָא דעתא (when a man promises his bride an additional jointure,) it is in order that an attachment be formed; well, now, the attachment has been formed (and we have a right to assume that he wanted his bride to get that addition, even if he should die before the wedding). 2) to claim relationship, v. preced.

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  • 636 קריב

    קְרֵב, קְרֵיבch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב to be brought near, be received), 1) to be near, come near, touch. Targ. Num. 27:1. Targ. Ex. 36:2. Targ. 1 Kings 2:1; a. fr.Pesik. Zakhor, p. 24b> קריב לגביה, v. בָּלַם II. Eduy. VIII, 4 דיִקְרַב במיתא he who touches a corpse; a. e. 2) to intercede, protect. Y.Dem.I, 22a בני קרתי קוֹרְבִין לי (not קרתיה) fellow-citizens, protect me!; בני דודי קורבין לי (not דידי) children of my friend (the Lord), protect you me!; Y.Taan.III, 66c top בני דיליוכ׳ (corr. acc.). 3) to complain, sue. Y.B. Bath.IX, beg.16d אתון בנוי קַרְבוּןוכ׳ his sons came and complained before R. E. Ib. אתת וקְרֵיבָהוכ׳ she came and complained 4) to bring near; to offer, v. infra. Pa. קָרֵיב, קָרֵב 1) to bring near; to offer. Targ. Gen. 48:9, sq. Ib. 13 (Y. ed. Vien. קְריב; h. text ויַּגֵּש). Targ. Is. 58:3 (h. text תִּנְגּשֹׁוּ!). Targ. O. Lev. 1:2 יְקָרֵיב (Y. יִקְרַב). Ib. 3 (Y. יַקְרִיב Af.). Ib. 14 (Y. also יַקְרִיב); a. fr.Gitt.56a סבור רבנן לקָרוּבֵיה the rabbis were of the opinion that it should be offered. Y.Ber.IX, 13d top הוה … אתי למִיקָרְבָהוכ׳ (or למִיקְרְבָה) when a man came to offer, to the idol, an ox Y.Snh.X, 29b מְקָרְבָא לגיחזי to bring Gehazi near (befriend him again). Num. R. s. 3 אלהכון מאן הוא בעי מְקָרֵיב does your God bring near him (grace) whomever he chooses to? B. Bath. 168a אפי׳ צורבא … לְקָרוּבְיה even in the case of a young scholar whom it may be supposed his intended father-in-law likes to bring into his family; a. fr.Part. pass. מְקָרַב; f. מְקָרְבָא, מְקָרְבָה; pl. מְקָרְבִין; מְקָרְבָן near, friendly. Sabb.104a מ״ט שקר ק׳ מיליה אמתוכ׳ why are the letters of שקר (falsehood) near together (in the order of the alphabet), and those of אמת (truth) far apart? Snh.29a מק׳ דעתיה he is friendly, v. רְחַק. 3) to intercede, lead in prayer. Midr. Till. to Ps. 19 חזיוה לחזנא דקָרֵיבוכ׳ they noticed that the officer of the synagogue led in prayer and said Af. אַקְרֵיב to bring near; to offer. Targ. Mal. 2:12; a. fr.Gitt. l. c. אי מַקְרְבִין ליה (or מְקָרְבִין Pa.), v. קָרְבַּן. Ḥag.8b האי דלא אַקְרְבִינְהוּוכ׳ the reason why they did not offer them was ; a. fr.Yeb.39b איקרבת יתוכ׳ (read: אַקְרִיבַת) she brought before us (the court) such and such a person Ithpa. אִתְקָרֵיב, Ithpe. אִתְקְרִיב, אִיקְּרִיב 1) to approach, come near. Targ. Y. Deut. 20:3; O. ib. ed. Berl. (oth. ed. קריבין). Ib. 25:9; a. fr.Keth.56a משום אִיקָּרוּבֵי דעתא הוא והא אִיקָּרְבָא דעתא (when a man promises his bride an additional jointure,) it is in order that an attachment be formed; well, now, the attachment has been formed (and we have a right to assume that he wanted his bride to get that addition, even if he should die before the wedding). 2) to claim relationship, v. preced.

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  • 637 קְרֵב

    קְרֵב, קְרֵיבch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב to be brought near, be received), 1) to be near, come near, touch. Targ. Num. 27:1. Targ. Ex. 36:2. Targ. 1 Kings 2:1; a. fr.Pesik. Zakhor, p. 24b> קריב לגביה, v. בָּלַם II. Eduy. VIII, 4 דיִקְרַב במיתא he who touches a corpse; a. e. 2) to intercede, protect. Y.Dem.I, 22a בני קרתי קוֹרְבִין לי (not קרתיה) fellow-citizens, protect me!; בני דודי קורבין לי (not דידי) children of my friend (the Lord), protect you me!; Y.Taan.III, 66c top בני דיליוכ׳ (corr. acc.). 3) to complain, sue. Y.B. Bath.IX, beg.16d אתון בנוי קַרְבוּןוכ׳ his sons came and complained before R. E. Ib. אתת וקְרֵיבָהוכ׳ she came and complained 4) to bring near; to offer, v. infra. Pa. קָרֵיב, קָרֵב 1) to bring near; to offer. Targ. Gen. 48:9, sq. Ib. 13 (Y. ed. Vien. קְריב; h. text ויַּגֵּש). Targ. Is. 58:3 (h. text תִּנְגּשֹׁוּ!). Targ. O. Lev. 1:2 יְקָרֵיב (Y. יִקְרַב). Ib. 3 (Y. יַקְרִיב Af.). Ib. 14 (Y. also יַקְרִיב); a. fr.Gitt.56a סבור רבנן לקָרוּבֵיה the rabbis were of the opinion that it should be offered. Y.Ber.IX, 13d top הוה … אתי למִיקָרְבָהוכ׳ (or למִיקְרְבָה) when a man came to offer, to the idol, an ox Y.Snh.X, 29b מְקָרְבָא לגיחזי to bring Gehazi near (befriend him again). Num. R. s. 3 אלהכון מאן הוא בעי מְקָרֵיב does your God bring near him (grace) whomever he chooses to? B. Bath. 168a אפי׳ צורבא … לְקָרוּבְיה even in the case of a young scholar whom it may be supposed his intended father-in-law likes to bring into his family; a. fr.Part. pass. מְקָרַב; f. מְקָרְבָא, מְקָרְבָה; pl. מְקָרְבִין; מְקָרְבָן near, friendly. Sabb.104a מ״ט שקר ק׳ מיליה אמתוכ׳ why are the letters of שקר (falsehood) near together (in the order of the alphabet), and those of אמת (truth) far apart? Snh.29a מק׳ דעתיה he is friendly, v. רְחַק. 3) to intercede, lead in prayer. Midr. Till. to Ps. 19 חזיוה לחזנא דקָרֵיבוכ׳ they noticed that the officer of the synagogue led in prayer and said Af. אַקְרֵיב to bring near; to offer. Targ. Mal. 2:12; a. fr.Gitt. l. c. אי מַקְרְבִין ליה (or מְקָרְבִין Pa.), v. קָרְבַּן. Ḥag.8b האי דלא אַקְרְבִינְהוּוכ׳ the reason why they did not offer them was ; a. fr.Yeb.39b איקרבת יתוכ׳ (read: אַקְרִיבַת) she brought before us (the court) such and such a person Ithpa. אִתְקָרֵיב, Ithpe. אִתְקְרִיב, אִיקְּרִיב 1) to approach, come near. Targ. Y. Deut. 20:3; O. ib. ed. Berl. (oth. ed. קריבין). Ib. 25:9; a. fr.Keth.56a משום אִיקָּרוּבֵי דעתא הוא והא אִיקָּרְבָא דעתא (when a man promises his bride an additional jointure,) it is in order that an attachment be formed; well, now, the attachment has been formed (and we have a right to assume that he wanted his bride to get that addition, even if he should die before the wedding). 2) to claim relationship, v. preced.

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  • 638 קְרֵיב

    קְרֵב, קְרֵיבch. sam( Hithpa. הִתְקָרֵב, Nithpa. נִתְקָרֵב to be brought near, be received), 1) to be near, come near, touch. Targ. Num. 27:1. Targ. Ex. 36:2. Targ. 1 Kings 2:1; a. fr.Pesik. Zakhor, p. 24b> קריב לגביה, v. בָּלַם II. Eduy. VIII, 4 דיִקְרַב במיתא he who touches a corpse; a. e. 2) to intercede, protect. Y.Dem.I, 22a בני קרתי קוֹרְבִין לי (not קרתיה) fellow-citizens, protect me!; בני דודי קורבין לי (not דידי) children of my friend (the Lord), protect you me!; Y.Taan.III, 66c top בני דיליוכ׳ (corr. acc.). 3) to complain, sue. Y.B. Bath.IX, beg.16d אתון בנוי קַרְבוּןוכ׳ his sons came and complained before R. E. Ib. אתת וקְרֵיבָהוכ׳ she came and complained 4) to bring near; to offer, v. infra. Pa. קָרֵיב, קָרֵב 1) to bring near; to offer. Targ. Gen. 48:9, sq. Ib. 13 (Y. ed. Vien. קְריב; h. text ויַּגֵּש). Targ. Is. 58:3 (h. text תִּנְגּשֹׁוּ!). Targ. O. Lev. 1:2 יְקָרֵיב (Y. יִקְרַב). Ib. 3 (Y. יַקְרִיב Af.). Ib. 14 (Y. also יַקְרִיב); a. fr.Gitt.56a סבור רבנן לקָרוּבֵיה the rabbis were of the opinion that it should be offered. Y.Ber.IX, 13d top הוה … אתי למִיקָרְבָהוכ׳ (or למִיקְרְבָה) when a man came to offer, to the idol, an ox Y.Snh.X, 29b מְקָרְבָא לגיחזי to bring Gehazi near (befriend him again). Num. R. s. 3 אלהכון מאן הוא בעי מְקָרֵיב does your God bring near him (grace) whomever he chooses to? B. Bath. 168a אפי׳ צורבא … לְקָרוּבְיה even in the case of a young scholar whom it may be supposed his intended father-in-law likes to bring into his family; a. fr.Part. pass. מְקָרַב; f. מְקָרְבָא, מְקָרְבָה; pl. מְקָרְבִין; מְקָרְבָן near, friendly. Sabb.104a מ״ט שקר ק׳ מיליה אמתוכ׳ why are the letters of שקר (falsehood) near together (in the order of the alphabet), and those of אמת (truth) far apart? Snh.29a מק׳ דעתיה he is friendly, v. רְחַק. 3) to intercede, lead in prayer. Midr. Till. to Ps. 19 חזיוה לחזנא דקָרֵיבוכ׳ they noticed that the officer of the synagogue led in prayer and said Af. אַקְרֵיב to bring near; to offer. Targ. Mal. 2:12; a. fr.Gitt. l. c. אי מַקְרְבִין ליה (or מְקָרְבִין Pa.), v. קָרְבַּן. Ḥag.8b האי דלא אַקְרְבִינְהוּוכ׳ the reason why they did not offer them was ; a. fr.Yeb.39b איקרבת יתוכ׳ (read: אַקְרִיבַת) she brought before us (the court) such and such a person Ithpa. אִתְקָרֵיב, Ithpe. אִתְקְרִיב, אִיקְּרִיב 1) to approach, come near. Targ. Y. Deut. 20:3; O. ib. ed. Berl. (oth. ed. קריבין). Ib. 25:9; a. fr.Keth.56a משום אִיקָּרוּבֵי דעתא הוא והא אִיקָּרְבָא דעתא (when a man promises his bride an additional jointure,) it is in order that an attachment be formed; well, now, the attachment has been formed (and we have a right to assume that he wanted his bride to get that addition, even if he should die before the wedding). 2) to claim relationship, v. preced.

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  • 639 קרסם

    קִרְסֵם(b. h. כִּרְסֵם; Parel of קָסַם) 1) to cut, trim. Sabb.XII, 2 המְקַרְסֵם he that trims trees. Shebi. II, 3 מְקַרְסְמִיןוכ׳ you may trim trees ; (Maim. cut the ears off, leaving the halms stand). Ab. Zar. III, 10; a. fr. 2) (of insects) to nibble, bite off. Peah II, 7 קִרְסְמוּהָ נמלים a field the grain of which ants have bitten off (at the roots); Tosef. ib. I, 8. Nithpa. נִתְקַרְסֵם to be chopped, cut up (cmp. קִיסָּם). Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. I, 9 השלחן … שנִתְקַרְסְמוּ (Var. שנִתְקַסְּמוּ) a table … which have been cut up (Kel. XXII, 1 שנפחתו).

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  • 640 קִרְסֵם

    קִרְסֵם(b. h. כִּרְסֵם; Parel of קָסַם) 1) to cut, trim. Sabb.XII, 2 המְקַרְסֵם he that trims trees. Shebi. II, 3 מְקַרְסְמִיןוכ׳ you may trim trees ; (Maim. cut the ears off, leaving the halms stand). Ab. Zar. III, 10; a. fr. 2) (of insects) to nibble, bite off. Peah II, 7 קִרְסְמוּהָ נמלים a field the grain of which ants have bitten off (at the roots); Tosef. ib. I, 8. Nithpa. נִתְקַרְסֵם to be chopped, cut up (cmp. קִיסָּם). Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. I, 9 השלחן … שנִתְקַרְסְמוּ (Var. שנִתְקַסְּמוּ) a table … which have been cut up (Kel. XXII, 1 שנפחתו).

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