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  • 661 רוח

    רָוַוח, רָוַח(b. h.) to be wide, roomy; to spread. Y.Snh.I, 19c top משם התורה יוצאה ורוֹוַחַתוכ׳ from there (the hall of the Sanhedrin) the law went forth and spread (with authority) for all Israel; Tosef. ib. VII, 1; Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9. Y.Yeb.I, 3a bot. ראה … רווחת בישראל see how this decision will spread (what its effect will be) in Israel; a. e.Part. pass. רָווּחַ; pl. רְווּחִים. Ab. V, 5, a. e. משתחוים, ר׳, v. צָפַף; (Mish. ed. רְוָחִים, pl. of רָוָח. Pa. רוּוָּח 1) to be placed wide apart.Part. מְרוּוָּח; f. מְרוּוַּחַת; pl. מְרוּוָּחִים, מְרוּוָּחִין; מְרוּוָּחוֹת (or מְרֻיָּו׳). Y.Shebi.II, end, 34b במר׳ when the trees are planted wide apart, opp. רצופין; Y.M. Kat. I, 80c top; a. e. 2) to be wide and flat. Koh. R. to VII, 23 מקום מר׳, v. רֶוַוח. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. VIII, 6 לשונות מר׳ R. S. to Kel. XVIII, 5 wide and flat straps (comfortable to lie on), v. לוּחַ I. Hif. הִרְוִיחַ (denom. of רֶוַח) 1) to be relieved; 2) to make profit. Gen. R. s. 13 משא … מַרְוִיחִין commerce is prosperous, and the dealers make profit; אף … מרויחין even the lepers feel relieved; Yalk. ib. 20. Gen. R. s. 39 החולה … ומַרְוִיחַ the sick man saw him (Abraham) and felt better. Yalk. Ps. 843, v. רֶוַוח; a. e. 3) to cause relief. Lev. R. s. 34 מרויחין לו they (the visitors) bring him some relief; Midr. Till. to Ps. 51. Hithpa. הִתְרַוֵּוחַ, Nithpa. נִתְרַוֵּוחַ to be relieved, be in comfortable circumstances. Lev. R. l. c. לכשאתה מִתְרַוּוֵחֵוכ׳ when thou art in better circumstances, thou wilt repay me.(Ib., a. e. נתרווח העולם, read: נִתְרַוֶּוה, v. רָוָה.

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  • 662 רָוַוח

    רָוַוח, רָוַח(b. h.) to be wide, roomy; to spread. Y.Snh.I, 19c top משם התורה יוצאה ורוֹוַחַתוכ׳ from there (the hall of the Sanhedrin) the law went forth and spread (with authority) for all Israel; Tosef. ib. VII, 1; Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9. Y.Yeb.I, 3a bot. ראה … רווחת בישראל see how this decision will spread (what its effect will be) in Israel; a. e.Part. pass. רָווּחַ; pl. רְווּחִים. Ab. V, 5, a. e. משתחוים, ר׳, v. צָפַף; (Mish. ed. רְוָחִים, pl. of רָוָח. Pa. רוּוָּח 1) to be placed wide apart.Part. מְרוּוָּח; f. מְרוּוַּחַת; pl. מְרוּוָּחִים, מְרוּוָּחִין; מְרוּוָּחוֹת (or מְרֻיָּו׳). Y.Shebi.II, end, 34b במר׳ when the trees are planted wide apart, opp. רצופין; Y.M. Kat. I, 80c top; a. e. 2) to be wide and flat. Koh. R. to VII, 23 מקום מר׳, v. רֶוַוח. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. VIII, 6 לשונות מר׳ R. S. to Kel. XVIII, 5 wide and flat straps (comfortable to lie on), v. לוּחַ I. Hif. הִרְוִיחַ (denom. of רֶוַח) 1) to be relieved; 2) to make profit. Gen. R. s. 13 משא … מַרְוִיחִין commerce is prosperous, and the dealers make profit; אף … מרויחין even the lepers feel relieved; Yalk. ib. 20. Gen. R. s. 39 החולה … ומַרְוִיחַ the sick man saw him (Abraham) and felt better. Yalk. Ps. 843, v. רֶוַוח; a. e. 3) to cause relief. Lev. R. s. 34 מרויחין לו they (the visitors) bring him some relief; Midr. Till. to Ps. 51. Hithpa. הִתְרַוֵּוחַ, Nithpa. נִתְרַוֵּוחַ to be relieved, be in comfortable circumstances. Lev. R. l. c. לכשאתה מִתְרַוּוֵחֵוכ׳ when thou art in better circumstances, thou wilt repay me.(Ib., a. e. נתרווח העולם, read: נִתְרַוֶּוה, v. רָוָה.

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  • 663 רָוַח

    רָוַוח, רָוַח(b. h.) to be wide, roomy; to spread. Y.Snh.I, 19c top משם התורה יוצאה ורוֹוַחַתוכ׳ from there (the hall of the Sanhedrin) the law went forth and spread (with authority) for all Israel; Tosef. ib. VII, 1; Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9. Y.Yeb.I, 3a bot. ראה … רווחת בישראל see how this decision will spread (what its effect will be) in Israel; a. e.Part. pass. רָווּחַ; pl. רְווּחִים. Ab. V, 5, a. e. משתחוים, ר׳, v. צָפַף; (Mish. ed. רְוָחִים, pl. of רָוָח. Pa. רוּוָּח 1) to be placed wide apart.Part. מְרוּוָּח; f. מְרוּוַּחַת; pl. מְרוּוָּחִים, מְרוּוָּחִין; מְרוּוָּחוֹת (or מְרֻיָּו׳). Y.Shebi.II, end, 34b במר׳ when the trees are planted wide apart, opp. רצופין; Y.M. Kat. I, 80c top; a. e. 2) to be wide and flat. Koh. R. to VII, 23 מקום מר׳, v. רֶוַוח. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. VIII, 6 לשונות מר׳ R. S. to Kel. XVIII, 5 wide and flat straps (comfortable to lie on), v. לוּחַ I. Hif. הִרְוִיחַ (denom. of רֶוַח) 1) to be relieved; 2) to make profit. Gen. R. s. 13 משא … מַרְוִיחִין commerce is prosperous, and the dealers make profit; אף … מרויחין even the lepers feel relieved; Yalk. ib. 20. Gen. R. s. 39 החולה … ומַרְוִיחַ the sick man saw him (Abraham) and felt better. Yalk. Ps. 843, v. רֶוַוח; a. e. 3) to cause relief. Lev. R. s. 34 מרויחין לו they (the visitors) bring him some relief; Midr. Till. to Ps. 51. Hithpa. הִתְרַוֵּוחַ, Nithpa. נִתְרַוֵּוחַ to be relieved, be in comfortable circumstances. Lev. R. l. c. לכשאתה מִתְרַוּוֵחֵוכ׳ when thou art in better circumstances, thou wilt repay me.(Ib., a. e. נתרווח העולם, read: נִתְרַוֶּוה, v. רָוָה.

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  • 664 רוי

    רוי, רָוָה(b. h.) to be moist, be saturated, drip. Y.Maasr.I, 49a top משיִרְווּ (not שיורו), v. מַרְוִית. Pi. רִיוָּה to saturate; to refresh; trnsf. to delight. B. Bath.14b; Ber.7b (play on רוּת) שזכתה … שרִיוָּהוּ להקב״הוכ׳ she was privileged in that from her descended David, who delighted the Lord with songs and hymns. Hif. הִרְוָה same. Midr. Till. to Ps. 150 (ref. to Is. 34:5) (read:) מַרְוֶה אותה ומפילהו לשרהוכ׳ he saturates it (the sword with blood), and brings her tutelary angel to fall, and then it (the sword) will come down upon her (Rome; v. Cant. R. to VIII, 1 4). Nithpa. נִתְרַוֶּה, נִתְרַיֶּוה to be saturated, refreshed. Gen. R. s. 33 ירדו … ונ׳ העולם rain fell, and the world was refreshed; Lev. R. s. 34 (not ונתרווח); Yalk. Lev. 665; Yalk. Ps. 888 (corr. acc.). Y.M. Kat. III, 82c bot. כשם שנִתְרַוִּיתֶםוכ׳ as you were saturated with the oil of inauguration for seven days ; a. e.

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  • 665 רוה

    רוי, רָוָה(b. h.) to be moist, be saturated, drip. Y.Maasr.I, 49a top משיִרְווּ (not שיורו), v. מַרְוִית. Pi. רִיוָּה to saturate; to refresh; trnsf. to delight. B. Bath.14b; Ber.7b (play on רוּת) שזכתה … שרִיוָּהוּ להקב״הוכ׳ she was privileged in that from her descended David, who delighted the Lord with songs and hymns. Hif. הִרְוָה same. Midr. Till. to Ps. 150 (ref. to Is. 34:5) (read:) מַרְוֶה אותה ומפילהו לשרהוכ׳ he saturates it (the sword with blood), and brings her tutelary angel to fall, and then it (the sword) will come down upon her (Rome; v. Cant. R. to VIII, 1 4). Nithpa. נִתְרַוֶּה, נִתְרַיֶּוה to be saturated, refreshed. Gen. R. s. 33 ירדו … ונ׳ העולם rain fell, and the world was refreshed; Lev. R. s. 34 (not ונתרווח); Yalk. Lev. 665; Yalk. Ps. 888 (corr. acc.). Y.M. Kat. III, 82c bot. כשם שנִתְרַוִּיתֶםוכ׳ as you were saturated with the oil of inauguration for seven days ; a. e.

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  • 666 רָוָה

    רוי, רָוָה(b. h.) to be moist, be saturated, drip. Y.Maasr.I, 49a top משיִרְווּ (not שיורו), v. מַרְוִית. Pi. רִיוָּה to saturate; to refresh; trnsf. to delight. B. Bath.14b; Ber.7b (play on רוּת) שזכתה … שרִיוָּהוּ להקב״הוכ׳ she was privileged in that from her descended David, who delighted the Lord with songs and hymns. Hif. הִרְוָה same. Midr. Till. to Ps. 150 (ref. to Is. 34:5) (read:) מַרְוֶה אותה ומפילהו לשרהוכ׳ he saturates it (the sword with blood), and brings her tutelary angel to fall, and then it (the sword) will come down upon her (Rome; v. Cant. R. to VIII, 1 4). Nithpa. נִתְרַוֶּה, נִתְרַיֶּוה to be saturated, refreshed. Gen. R. s. 33 ירדו … ונ׳ העולם rain fell, and the world was refreshed; Lev. R. s. 34 (not ונתרווח); Yalk. Lev. 665; Yalk. Ps. 888 (corr. acc.). Y.M. Kat. III, 82c bot. כשם שנִתְרַוִּיתֶםוכ׳ as you were saturated with the oil of inauguration for seven days ; a. e.

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  • 667 רוקן

    רוֹקֵן(denom. of רַיקָן; cmp. דַּאֲבָן denom. of דַּאֲבוֹנָא) to empty, drain. Lev. R. s. 24 (ref. to להצילך, Deut. 23:15) לרוֹקֵן כל נכסיוכ׳ to drain all the stores of the nations and give them to thee.V. רִיקֵן. Nithpa. נִתְרוֹקֵן, נִיתְ׳ to be emptied, be transmitted. Gen. R. s. 84 (ref. to Gen. 37:24) נ׳ בורו של יעקב Jacobs well was emptied (his children were bare of virtues). Ned.X, 2 מת האב לא נִתְרוֹקְנָהוכ׳ with the fathers death his authority (to interfere with the daughters vows) does not go over to her husband; ib. 68b; Tosef. ib. VI, 2, sq. Sifré Num. 153 שאין הרשות מִתְרוֹקֶנֶתוכ׳ to whom the fathers authority cannot be transferred; Yalk. ib. 785.

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  • 668 רוֹקֵן

    רוֹקֵן(denom. of רַיקָן; cmp. דַּאֲבָן denom. of דַּאֲבוֹנָא) to empty, drain. Lev. R. s. 24 (ref. to להצילך, Deut. 23:15) לרוֹקֵן כל נכסיוכ׳ to drain all the stores of the nations and give them to thee.V. רִיקֵן. Nithpa. נִתְרוֹקֵן, נִיתְ׳ to be emptied, be transmitted. Gen. R. s. 84 (ref. to Gen. 37:24) נ׳ בורו של יעקב Jacobs well was emptied (his children were bare of virtues). Ned.X, 2 מת האב לא נִתְרוֹקְנָהוכ׳ with the fathers death his authority (to interfere with the daughters vows) does not go over to her husband; ib. 68b; Tosef. ib. VI, 2, sq. Sifré Num. 153 שאין הרשות מִתְרוֹקֶנֶתוכ׳ to whom the fathers authority cannot be transferred; Yalk. ib. 785.

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  • 669 רחק

    רָחַק(b. h.) to be distant, far, removed. Ylamd. to Num. 10:29, quot. in Ar. (ref. to Ps. 73:27) מי שרוֹחֵק הק״בהוכ׳ (ed. Koh. שמִתְרַחֵק) he who keeps away from the Lord, so as not to repent. Sifré Num. 131 כרְחוֹק מזרחוכ׳ as far as the east is removed from the west; a. e. Pi. רִחֵק, רִיחֵק to remove; to alienate; to reject, expel; to loathe. B. Kam.24a top, a. e. ר׳ נגיחותיו if the ox did his gorings in intervals (of three days), opp. קירב. Ib. רִיחֲקָה ראיותיה, v. רְאִיָּה. Yalk. Ps. 809 (ref. to Ps. l. c.) זה … שרִחֲקוּ את הקץ this alludes to Balaam and his associates, who put far off the end (the day of judgment, Num. 24:17), opp. קרבו. Ber.60b ורַחֲקֵנִי מאדם רעוכ׳ keep me far from a bad man and a bad associate. Eduy. V, 7 מעשיך יקרבוך ומעשיך יְרַחֲקוּךָ thy own doings will bring thee near (win thee friends), and thy own doings will alienate thee. Ib. VIII, 7 לרַחֵק, v. קָרֵב; a. fr.Part. pass. מְרוּחָק; pl. מְרוּחָקִים, מְרוּחָקִין. Ib. המר׳ בזרוע, v. קָרֵב. Ber.63b שלא היה מר׳וכ׳ which was only twelve miles off. Hif. הִרְחִיק same. Sifré Num. 94 מַרְחִיקִים, v. קָרֵב. B. Bath.II, 5 מַרְחִיקִין את הסולםוכ׳ (neighbors) must keep a ladder removed from the (neighbors) dove-cote four cubits, Ib. 4 אלא אם כןה׳ ממנווכ׳ unless he places (the wall) at a distance of four cubits. Ib. 18b על המזיק להַרְחִיק את עצמו it is the duty of him who causes the damage to remove himself; (oth. opin.) על הניזק להרחיקוכ׳ he who is injured must remove himself. Ber.I, 1 כדי להרחיקוכ׳ in order to keep men away (prevent them) from sin. Snh.103b שהִרְחִיקָהוכ׳, v. לְגִימָה. Ib. מַרְחֶקֶתוכ׳ estranges those who are near (related) ; a. fr. 2) to keep aloof, stay away. Ab. I, 7 הַרְחֵק משכן רע keep aloof from a bad neighbor; a. e.Y.Ber.I, 2d bot. והרחיק על פתחווכ׳, read: והִרְתִּיק, v. רָתַק. Hithpa. הִתְרַחֵק, Nithpa. נִתְרַחֵק to remove ones self; to become a stranger. Yeb.109a לעולם ידבק … ויִתְרַחֵקוכ׳ man should always cling to three things, and keep aloof from three things. Snh.III, 4 קרוב ונ׳, v. קָרוֹב. Ber.34b (ref. to Is. 57:19) שהיה קרוב … ונ׳וכ׳ who came near committing a sin, and withdrew himself from it. Ylamd. l. c., v. supra; a. e.

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  • 670 רָחַק

    רָחַק(b. h.) to be distant, far, removed. Ylamd. to Num. 10:29, quot. in Ar. (ref. to Ps. 73:27) מי שרוֹחֵק הק״בהוכ׳ (ed. Koh. שמִתְרַחֵק) he who keeps away from the Lord, so as not to repent. Sifré Num. 131 כרְחוֹק מזרחוכ׳ as far as the east is removed from the west; a. e. Pi. רִחֵק, רִיחֵק to remove; to alienate; to reject, expel; to loathe. B. Kam.24a top, a. e. ר׳ נגיחותיו if the ox did his gorings in intervals (of three days), opp. קירב. Ib. רִיחֲקָה ראיותיה, v. רְאִיָּה. Yalk. Ps. 809 (ref. to Ps. l. c.) זה … שרִחֲקוּ את הקץ this alludes to Balaam and his associates, who put far off the end (the day of judgment, Num. 24:17), opp. קרבו. Ber.60b ורַחֲקֵנִי מאדם רעוכ׳ keep me far from a bad man and a bad associate. Eduy. V, 7 מעשיך יקרבוך ומעשיך יְרַחֲקוּךָ thy own doings will bring thee near (win thee friends), and thy own doings will alienate thee. Ib. VIII, 7 לרַחֵק, v. קָרֵב; a. fr.Part. pass. מְרוּחָק; pl. מְרוּחָקִים, מְרוּחָקִין. Ib. המר׳ בזרוע, v. קָרֵב. Ber.63b שלא היה מר׳וכ׳ which was only twelve miles off. Hif. הִרְחִיק same. Sifré Num. 94 מַרְחִיקִים, v. קָרֵב. B. Bath.II, 5 מַרְחִיקִין את הסולםוכ׳ (neighbors) must keep a ladder removed from the (neighbors) dove-cote four cubits, Ib. 4 אלא אם כןה׳ ממנווכ׳ unless he places (the wall) at a distance of four cubits. Ib. 18b על המזיק להַרְחִיק את עצמו it is the duty of him who causes the damage to remove himself; (oth. opin.) על הניזק להרחיקוכ׳ he who is injured must remove himself. Ber.I, 1 כדי להרחיקוכ׳ in order to keep men away (prevent them) from sin. Snh.103b שהִרְחִיקָהוכ׳, v. לְגִימָה. Ib. מַרְחֶקֶתוכ׳ estranges those who are near (related) ; a. fr. 2) to keep aloof, stay away. Ab. I, 7 הַרְחֵק משכן רע keep aloof from a bad neighbor; a. e.Y.Ber.I, 2d bot. והרחיק על פתחווכ׳, read: והִרְתִּיק, v. רָתַק. Hithpa. הִתְרַחֵק, Nithpa. נִתְרַחֵק to remove ones self; to become a stranger. Yeb.109a לעולם ידבק … ויִתְרַחֵקוכ׳ man should always cling to three things, and keep aloof from three things. Snh.III, 4 קרוב ונ׳, v. קָרוֹב. Ber.34b (ref. to Is. 57:19) שהיה קרוב … ונ׳וכ׳ who came near committing a sin, and withdrew himself from it. Ylamd. l. c., v. supra; a. e.

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  • 671 רעע

    רָעַע(b. h.) ( to bring in close contact, v. רֵיעַ, 1) to strike against, shatter, impair.Part. pass. רָעוּעַ; f. רְעוּעָה; pl. רְעוּעִים, רְעוּעִין; רְעוּעוֹת impaired, defective; in a ruinous state, threatening, opp. בריא sound. Kidd.39b סולםר׳ a broken ladder. Kel. III, 5 הר׳ a cracked vessel. Taan.20b מפולת שאמרו בריאות ולאר׳ the falling of houses which they mention (ib. III, 4) means the falling of sound buildings, but not of such as were out of repair; a. fr. 2) (neut. verb) רַע, imperf. יֵרַע to be injurious, evil; רע ל־ to grieve, displease. B. Mets.84b בני אל ירע לך my son, let it not grieve thee; a. e. Pi. רֵעַע to shatter, break.Part. pass. מְרוֹעָע; f. מְרוֹעַעַת; pl. מְרוֹעָעִים, מְרוֹעָעִין; מְרוֹעָעוֹת. Koh. R. to III, 2 השרוי בבית המר׳ he who dwells in a threatening house; Y.Sabb.II, 5b top מְרוֹעֲרַע (fr. רִעְרֵעַ). Gen. R. s. 32 קנקנים מר׳, v. קַנְקָן I. Y.Taan.III, 66d top מְרוֹעֲרָעִים threatening buildings; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְרָעֵעַ, Nithpa. נִתְרָעֵעַ, Hithpol. הִתְרוֹעֵעַ, Nithpol. נִתְרוֹעֵעַ to be shaken, cracked, become defective. Men.53b (ref. to Jer. 11:16) מקול מיליהן … נִיתְרָעֲעוּ דליותיהןוכ׳ from the sound of the words of the spies were the branches (young men) of Israel broken; Yalk. Jer. 289 נרתעו (read: נִתְרָעוּ). Sot.48a (play on ערה, Zeph. 2:14) אפי׳ בית … מִתְרוֹעֵעַ even a house which lies in a thicket of cedars will be shaken; Yalk. Is. 292 מתנועע (corr. acc.). Y.Snh.X, 27d bot. לכיפה … כיון שנִתְרוֹעֲעָה אחת מהן נִתְרוֹעֲעיּ כולן like a heap of stones, when one of them is shaken (disturbed), all of them are shaken; Y.M. Kat. III, 83c שנִתְרַעְרְעָה … נִתְרַעְרְעוּ (fr. רערע); Gen. R. s. 100; וכולה מִתְרוֹעַעַת; a. e. Hif. הֵרַע 1) to shake, impair. Y.Shebi.X, 39d top מֵירַע כוחן it impairs their prerogatives; ib. מוֹרַע (fr. יָרַע). Y.Pes.VII, 34d top שהוֹרַעְתָּ כחווכ׳ whose standing thou declarest impaired in the case of an ascertained uncleanness. Ex. R. s. 8 הֵרֵעוּ לנפשם they did harm to themselves; a. e.V. הֲרָעָה 2) to be evil; ה׳ ל־ to displease. Tanḥ. Shlaḥ 5; Num. R. s. 167> וה׳ לאביו and it displeased his father; a. e.( 3) to join, combine, v. רָעָה Pi.) Hof. הוּרַע, or הוֹרַע (fr. יָרַע) to be shaken, impaired. Kidd.20b, sq. ה׳ כחו his prerogative is impaired, v. יָפֶה B. Kam.44a; a. fr.

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  • 672 רָעַע

    רָעַע(b. h.) ( to bring in close contact, v. רֵיעַ, 1) to strike against, shatter, impair.Part. pass. רָעוּעַ; f. רְעוּעָה; pl. רְעוּעִים, רְעוּעִין; רְעוּעוֹת impaired, defective; in a ruinous state, threatening, opp. בריא sound. Kidd.39b סולםר׳ a broken ladder. Kel. III, 5 הר׳ a cracked vessel. Taan.20b מפולת שאמרו בריאות ולאר׳ the falling of houses which they mention (ib. III, 4) means the falling of sound buildings, but not of such as were out of repair; a. fr. 2) (neut. verb) רַע, imperf. יֵרַע to be injurious, evil; רע ל־ to grieve, displease. B. Mets.84b בני אל ירע לך my son, let it not grieve thee; a. e. Pi. רֵעַע to shatter, break.Part. pass. מְרוֹעָע; f. מְרוֹעַעַת; pl. מְרוֹעָעִים, מְרוֹעָעִין; מְרוֹעָעוֹת. Koh. R. to III, 2 השרוי בבית המר׳ he who dwells in a threatening house; Y.Sabb.II, 5b top מְרוֹעֲרַע (fr. רִעְרֵעַ). Gen. R. s. 32 קנקנים מר׳, v. קַנְקָן I. Y.Taan.III, 66d top מְרוֹעֲרָעִים threatening buildings; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְרָעֵעַ, Nithpa. נִתְרָעֵעַ, Hithpol. הִתְרוֹעֵעַ, Nithpol. נִתְרוֹעֵעַ to be shaken, cracked, become defective. Men.53b (ref. to Jer. 11:16) מקול מיליהן … נִיתְרָעֲעוּ דליותיהןוכ׳ from the sound of the words of the spies were the branches (young men) of Israel broken; Yalk. Jer. 289 נרתעו (read: נִתְרָעוּ). Sot.48a (play on ערה, Zeph. 2:14) אפי׳ בית … מִתְרוֹעֵעַ even a house which lies in a thicket of cedars will be shaken; Yalk. Is. 292 מתנועע (corr. acc.). Y.Snh.X, 27d bot. לכיפה … כיון שנִתְרוֹעֲעָה אחת מהן נִתְרוֹעֲעיּ כולן like a heap of stones, when one of them is shaken (disturbed), all of them are shaken; Y.M. Kat. III, 83c שנִתְרַעְרְעָה … נִתְרַעְרְעוּ (fr. רערע); Gen. R. s. 100; וכולה מִתְרוֹעַעַת; a. e. Hif. הֵרַע 1) to shake, impair. Y.Shebi.X, 39d top מֵירַע כוחן it impairs their prerogatives; ib. מוֹרַע (fr. יָרַע). Y.Pes.VII, 34d top שהוֹרַעְתָּ כחווכ׳ whose standing thou declarest impaired in the case of an ascertained uncleanness. Ex. R. s. 8 הֵרֵעוּ לנפשם they did harm to themselves; a. e.V. הֲרָעָה 2) to be evil; ה׳ ל־ to displease. Tanḥ. Shlaḥ 5; Num. R. s. 167> וה׳ לאביו and it displeased his father; a. e.( 3) to join, combine, v. רָעָה Pi.) Hof. הוּרַע, or הוֹרַע (fr. יָרַע) to be shaken, impaired. Kidd.20b, sq. ה׳ כחו his prerogative is impaired, v. יָפֶה B. Kam.44a; a. fr.

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  • 673 רפי

    רפי, רָפָא(b. h.) ( to be or make loose, soft, to be healed, relieved; to heal. Ber.60a ותִרְפָּאֵנִי and do thou heal me, v. רְפוּאָה. Tanḥ. Bshall. 23 וכשרְפָאָהוּ בסערה רְפָאוֹ and when he came to heal him (Job), he healed him in a windstorm; Yalk. Ex. 235. Ber.55b ואם צריכים רפואה רְפָאֵםוכ׳ and if they (my dreams) need remedy, remedy them as thou didst the waters of Marah ; a. fr.Part. pass. רָפוּי. Sifra Mtsorʿa, Neg. ch. IV, Par. 7; a. e. Pi. רִיפֵּא same. Yalk. Ex. l. c. הוא רי׳וכ׳ he healed Job in a windstorm. Ber. l. c. לפי שאין דרכן … לרַפְּאוֹתוכ׳ because it is not for man to cure, but it is the custom (to employ physicians). Ib. שניתנה … לרפאות, v. רוֹפֵא. Ned.IV, 4 (38b) ומְרַפְּאֵהוּ רפואתוכ׳ (Bab. ed. ומרַפְּאוֹ) and he may attend to him as a physician to his body, v. רִיפּוּי. Pesik. R. s. 29-30-30 כל מה דאמר ירמיה ופרע אתא ישעיהו ור׳ whatever Jeremiah spoke and tore (prophesied evil), Isaiah came and healed (restored) it; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְרַפֵּא, Nithpa. נִתְרַפֵּא to be cured, be treated; to get well. Sabb.XXII, 6. Pes.25a בכל מִתְרַפְּאִין חוץ מעציוכ׳ you may apply anything (otherwise forbidden) as a remedy, except wood of an ăsherah. Ib. בכל מתרפאין חוץ מעבודתוכ׳ you may employ any remedy except idolatrous objects, lawless gratification, and bloodshed. Keth.105a ספק מִתְרַפֵּאוכ׳ it is doubtful whether or not he will get well. Ab. Zar. II, 2, v. רִיפּוּי; a. fr. Hif. הִרְפָּא (v. next w.) to loosen (the bowels). Sabb.147b מַרְפֵּאת (not מרפא), v. עָמֵל.

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    רפי, רָפָא(b. h.) ( to be or make loose, soft, to be healed, relieved; to heal. Ber.60a ותִרְפָּאֵנִי and do thou heal me, v. רְפוּאָה. Tanḥ. Bshall. 23 וכשרְפָאָהוּ בסערה רְפָאוֹ and when he came to heal him (Job), he healed him in a windstorm; Yalk. Ex. 235. Ber.55b ואם צריכים רפואה רְפָאֵםוכ׳ and if they (my dreams) need remedy, remedy them as thou didst the waters of Marah ; a. fr.Part. pass. רָפוּי. Sifra Mtsorʿa, Neg. ch. IV, Par. 7; a. e. Pi. רִיפֵּא same. Yalk. Ex. l. c. הוא רי׳וכ׳ he healed Job in a windstorm. Ber. l. c. לפי שאין דרכן … לרַפְּאוֹתוכ׳ because it is not for man to cure, but it is the custom (to employ physicians). Ib. שניתנה … לרפאות, v. רוֹפֵא. Ned.IV, 4 (38b) ומְרַפְּאֵהוּ רפואתוכ׳ (Bab. ed. ומרַפְּאוֹ) and he may attend to him as a physician to his body, v. רִיפּוּי. Pesik. R. s. 29-30-30 כל מה דאמר ירמיה ופרע אתא ישעיהו ור׳ whatever Jeremiah spoke and tore (prophesied evil), Isaiah came and healed (restored) it; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְרַפֵּא, Nithpa. נִתְרַפֵּא to be cured, be treated; to get well. Sabb.XXII, 6. Pes.25a בכל מִתְרַפְּאִין חוץ מעציוכ׳ you may apply anything (otherwise forbidden) as a remedy, except wood of an ăsherah. Ib. בכל מתרפאין חוץ מעבודתוכ׳ you may employ any remedy except idolatrous objects, lawless gratification, and bloodshed. Keth.105a ספק מִתְרַפֵּאוכ׳ it is doubtful whether or not he will get well. Ab. Zar. II, 2, v. רִיפּוּי; a. fr. Hif. הִרְפָּא (v. next w.) to loosen (the bowels). Sabb.147b מַרְפֵּאת (not מרפא), v. עָמֵל.

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  • 675 רָפָא

    רפי, רָפָא(b. h.) ( to be or make loose, soft, to be healed, relieved; to heal. Ber.60a ותִרְפָּאֵנִי and do thou heal me, v. רְפוּאָה. Tanḥ. Bshall. 23 וכשרְפָאָהוּ בסערה רְפָאוֹ and when he came to heal him (Job), he healed him in a windstorm; Yalk. Ex. 235. Ber.55b ואם צריכים רפואה רְפָאֵםוכ׳ and if they (my dreams) need remedy, remedy them as thou didst the waters of Marah ; a. fr.Part. pass. רָפוּי. Sifra Mtsorʿa, Neg. ch. IV, Par. 7; a. e. Pi. רִיפֵּא same. Yalk. Ex. l. c. הוא רי׳וכ׳ he healed Job in a windstorm. Ber. l. c. לפי שאין דרכן … לרַפְּאוֹתוכ׳ because it is not for man to cure, but it is the custom (to employ physicians). Ib. שניתנה … לרפאות, v. רוֹפֵא. Ned.IV, 4 (38b) ומְרַפְּאֵהוּ רפואתוכ׳ (Bab. ed. ומרַפְּאוֹ) and he may attend to him as a physician to his body, v. רִיפּוּי. Pesik. R. s. 29-30-30 כל מה דאמר ירמיה ופרע אתא ישעיהו ור׳ whatever Jeremiah spoke and tore (prophesied evil), Isaiah came and healed (restored) it; a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְרַפֵּא, Nithpa. נִתְרַפֵּא to be cured, be treated; to get well. Sabb.XXII, 6. Pes.25a בכל מִתְרַפְּאִין חוץ מעציוכ׳ you may apply anything (otherwise forbidden) as a remedy, except wood of an ăsherah. Ib. בכל מתרפאין חוץ מעבודתוכ׳ you may employ any remedy except idolatrous objects, lawless gratification, and bloodshed. Keth.105a ספק מִתְרַפֵּאוכ׳ it is doubtful whether or not he will get well. Ab. Zar. II, 2, v. רִיפּוּי; a. fr. Hif. הִרְפָּא (v. next w.) to loosen (the bowels). Sabb.147b מַרְפֵּאת (not מרפא), v. עָמֵל.

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  • 676 רצי

    רצי, רָצָה(b. h.; v. רְעֵי II) 1) to favor, pardon. Midr. Till. to Ps. 44 אף בניו … ולהם רָצִיתָ ולא לנו thou hast also done great things for his (Abrahams) children in the desert, and to them thou hast been benevolent, but not to us. Sifra Vayikra, Ndab., Par. 3, ch. 4 (ref. to Lev. 1:4) חמקום רוֹצֶה לו the Lord will receive his offering with favor (pardon him); ועל מה המקים רוצהוכ׳ and for what sins will the Lord pardon him? For sins of omission ; Yalk. Lev. 438. Ab. V, 11 נוח לִרְצוֹת easily appeased; a. e. 2) to please, desire, be willing, consent. Lev. R. s. 34 רְצֵה והחליצנו, v. חָלַץ. Meg.29a (play on תר̇צ̇ד̇ון̇, Ps. 68:17) למה תִרְֹצֹוּ ד̇ין̇ עם סיני why do you desire a contest with Sinai?; Yalk. Jud. 47 למה אתם ר֗ו֗צִ֗ים ומד̇יינ̇ים why are you so willing to contest? Macc.10b, a. e. בדרך שאדם רוצהוכ׳ on what way a man wants to go, they (heavenly powers) lead him. Keth.12b אם רָצוּ לעשותוכ׳ if they wish to follow the usage of priests Yeb.IV, 5 לאר׳ if he declines (to act as yabam). Ab. Zar.32a רוצה בקיומוע״י דבר אחר if he wants the preservation of an idolatrous object for some other purpose. Ber.7a כשרָצִיתִי לא רָצִיתָוכ׳ when I was willing (to reveal myself), thou wast unwilling (didst hide thy face) ; a. v. fr. Pi. רִצָּה 1) to appease, to procure pardon. Ex. R. s. 45 יהיו פני מְרַצִּין את פניך my countenance shall appease thy countenance, v. כָּעַס. Ib. כשהיה …הקב״ה מְרַצֶּה אותווכ׳ when Moses was angry with Israel, the Lord appeased him Ib. אהיה מְרַצְּךָ I shall appease thee; (Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 27 אני ברצון, v. רָצוֹן). Ab. IV, 18 אל תְּרַצֶּהוכ׳, v. כַּעַס. Ber. l. c. מנין שאין מְרַצִּיןוכ׳ whence do we learn that we must not attempt to appease a man at the moment of his excitement? Sifra l. c. אע״פ שלא סמך הזבח מרצה although he has not put his hand on the victim, the sacrifice produces pardon; Yalk. Lev. l. c. נרצה הזבח the sacrifice is accepted. Pes.16b על מה הציץ מרצה for what (mistake at sacrifices) does the high priests plate effect pardon (make the sacrifice acceptable)?; Men.25b. Ib. III, 3. Sifré Deut. 32 כשם שקרבנות מְרַצִּיםוכ׳ as sacrifices are the means of atonement, so are sufferings ; a. fr. 2) to make pleasing, acceptable. Midr. Till. to Ps. 85 הקב״ה … עד שתְּרַצֶּה מעשיה להקב״ה the Lord turns around and observes and puts his eye on her (the earth), until she makes her deeds pleasing unto the Lord; ib. אותה שעה היא מְרַצָּהוכ׳ then she makes her deeds pleasing ; Yalk. ib. 833. Nif. נִרְצָה 1) to be acceptable, be accepted. Sifra l. c. ונרצה לו לו ולזבחו ‘it shall be accepted for him (Lev. 1:4) he and his sacrifice shall be accepted; Yalk. Lev. l. c. Ib. נ׳ הזבח, v. supra; a. e. 2) to be appeased. Lam. R. to I, 2 (ref. to Ps. 77:8) לא לְרַצּוֹת ולא לֵירָצוֹת never to appease and never to be appeased; a. e. Hif. הִרְצָה 1) to satisfy (a debt), to make up for. Yalk. Lev. 675 (ref. to Lev. 26:34) the land shall rest of itself עד שתַּרְצֶח לפני … היא חייבת לי until it shall have made up before me for all the Sabbatical years which it owes me. Sifré Deut. 355 (ref. to רצוי, Deut. 33:24) שהיה מִתְרַצֶּה … והן מַרְצִים לו בתבואה he showed himself accommodating to his brethren with oil …, and they settled their account with grain; Yalk. ib. 962. 2) ( to combine, to assort coins; to count; to pay. Sabb.22a להַרְצוֹת מעותוכ׳ to assort coins by the Ḥanuckah lights. Ber.61a; Erub.18b המַרְצֶה מעות לאשהוכ׳ he who pays money to a woman counting from his to her hand for the sake of gazing at her. Snh.68a … הרבה מעות שולחני להַרְצוֹתָן I have many coins, but no money-changer to assort them (many questions to ask but none to solve them); a. fr. 3) (trnsf.) to arrange subjects for debate, to discourse. Tosef.Nidd.VI, 6 כשבאתי והִרְצֵיתִי דברים לפניוכ׳ when I came and discussed the subject before R. A. ; Ab. Zar.36b והִרְצֵתִי דבריוכ׳; Y.Peah VI, 19b bot.; Tosef.Ḥall.I, 6; Pes.38b; Y.Shek.V, 49a והריציתי (corr. acc.). Ḥag.14b ר׳ יהושעה׳ דבריםוכ׳ R. Joshua discoursed (on theosophy) before ; a. e., v. הַרְצָאָה. Hof. הוּרְצָה to be favorably received. Yoma 7a דם …ה׳ במזיד לאה׳ if blood became unclean, and one sprinkled it, if by mistake, it is received (and the flesh may be eaten), if wilfully, it is not; Pes.16b; a. fr. Hithp. הִתְרַצָּה, Nithpa. נִתְרַצָּה 1) to be reconciled, be satisfied; to comply with. Ex. R. s. 45 לך והִתְרַצֶּה להם go and comply with their wish, go back to the camp. Kidd.45a שמא נ׳ האב בקידושי שני perhaps the father was satisfied with (confirmed) the betrothal of the second man. Ib. b שמא נ׳ הבן perhaps the son sanctioned (his fathers action in his behalf). Y.Ber.IV, 7d top; Y.Taan.IV, 67d bot. נִתְרַצֵיתֶם אני ואתםוכ׳ if you are satisfied, let me and you go early to ; (Ber.28a נתפייסת); a. fr. 2) to be gratified, enjoy. Ber.53a bot. נ׳ להריח if he smelt (the idolatrous frankincense) with enjoyment.

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    רצי, רָצָה(b. h.; v. רְעֵי II) 1) to favor, pardon. Midr. Till. to Ps. 44 אף בניו … ולהם רָצִיתָ ולא לנו thou hast also done great things for his (Abrahams) children in the desert, and to them thou hast been benevolent, but not to us. Sifra Vayikra, Ndab., Par. 3, ch. 4 (ref. to Lev. 1:4) חמקום רוֹצֶה לו the Lord will receive his offering with favor (pardon him); ועל מה המקים רוצהוכ׳ and for what sins will the Lord pardon him? For sins of omission ; Yalk. Lev. 438. Ab. V, 11 נוח לִרְצוֹת easily appeased; a. e. 2) to please, desire, be willing, consent. Lev. R. s. 34 רְצֵה והחליצנו, v. חָלַץ. Meg.29a (play on תר̇צ̇ד̇ון̇, Ps. 68:17) למה תִרְֹצֹוּ ד̇ין̇ עם סיני why do you desire a contest with Sinai?; Yalk. Jud. 47 למה אתם ר֗ו֗צִ֗ים ומד̇יינ̇ים why are you so willing to contest? Macc.10b, a. e. בדרך שאדם רוצהוכ׳ on what way a man wants to go, they (heavenly powers) lead him. Keth.12b אם רָצוּ לעשותוכ׳ if they wish to follow the usage of priests Yeb.IV, 5 לאר׳ if he declines (to act as yabam). Ab. Zar.32a רוצה בקיומוע״י דבר אחר if he wants the preservation of an idolatrous object for some other purpose. Ber.7a כשרָצִיתִי לא רָצִיתָוכ׳ when I was willing (to reveal myself), thou wast unwilling (didst hide thy face) ; a. v. fr. Pi. רִצָּה 1) to appease, to procure pardon. Ex. R. s. 45 יהיו פני מְרַצִּין את פניך my countenance shall appease thy countenance, v. כָּעַס. Ib. כשהיה …הקב״ה מְרַצֶּה אותווכ׳ when Moses was angry with Israel, the Lord appeased him Ib. אהיה מְרַצְּךָ I shall appease thee; (Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 27 אני ברצון, v. רָצוֹן). Ab. IV, 18 אל תְּרַצֶּהוכ׳, v. כַּעַס. Ber. l. c. מנין שאין מְרַצִּיןוכ׳ whence do we learn that we must not attempt to appease a man at the moment of his excitement? Sifra l. c. אע״פ שלא סמך הזבח מרצה although he has not put his hand on the victim, the sacrifice produces pardon; Yalk. Lev. l. c. נרצה הזבח the sacrifice is accepted. Pes.16b על מה הציץ מרצה for what (mistake at sacrifices) does the high priests plate effect pardon (make the sacrifice acceptable)?; Men.25b. Ib. III, 3. Sifré Deut. 32 כשם שקרבנות מְרַצִּיםוכ׳ as sacrifices are the means of atonement, so are sufferings ; a. fr. 2) to make pleasing, acceptable. Midr. Till. to Ps. 85 הקב״ה … עד שתְּרַצֶּה מעשיה להקב״ה the Lord turns around and observes and puts his eye on her (the earth), until she makes her deeds pleasing unto the Lord; ib. אותה שעה היא מְרַצָּהוכ׳ then she makes her deeds pleasing ; Yalk. ib. 833. Nif. נִרְצָה 1) to be acceptable, be accepted. Sifra l. c. ונרצה לו לו ולזבחו ‘it shall be accepted for him (Lev. 1:4) he and his sacrifice shall be accepted; Yalk. Lev. l. c. Ib. נ׳ הזבח, v. supra; a. e. 2) to be appeased. Lam. R. to I, 2 (ref. to Ps. 77:8) לא לְרַצּוֹת ולא לֵירָצוֹת never to appease and never to be appeased; a. e. Hif. הִרְצָה 1) to satisfy (a debt), to make up for. Yalk. Lev. 675 (ref. to Lev. 26:34) the land shall rest of itself עד שתַּרְצֶח לפני … היא חייבת לי until it shall have made up before me for all the Sabbatical years which it owes me. Sifré Deut. 355 (ref. to רצוי, Deut. 33:24) שהיה מִתְרַצֶּה … והן מַרְצִים לו בתבואה he showed himself accommodating to his brethren with oil …, and they settled their account with grain; Yalk. ib. 962. 2) ( to combine, to assort coins; to count; to pay. Sabb.22a להַרְצוֹת מעותוכ׳ to assort coins by the Ḥanuckah lights. Ber.61a; Erub.18b המַרְצֶה מעות לאשהוכ׳ he who pays money to a woman counting from his to her hand for the sake of gazing at her. Snh.68a … הרבה מעות שולחני להַרְצוֹתָן I have many coins, but no money-changer to assort them (many questions to ask but none to solve them); a. fr. 3) (trnsf.) to arrange subjects for debate, to discourse. Tosef.Nidd.VI, 6 כשבאתי והִרְצֵיתִי דברים לפניוכ׳ when I came and discussed the subject before R. A. ; Ab. Zar.36b והִרְצֵתִי דבריוכ׳; Y.Peah VI, 19b bot.; Tosef.Ḥall.I, 6; Pes.38b; Y.Shek.V, 49a והריציתי (corr. acc.). Ḥag.14b ר׳ יהושעה׳ דבריםוכ׳ R. Joshua discoursed (on theosophy) before ; a. e., v. הַרְצָאָה. Hof. הוּרְצָה to be favorably received. Yoma 7a דם …ה׳ במזיד לאה׳ if blood became unclean, and one sprinkled it, if by mistake, it is received (and the flesh may be eaten), if wilfully, it is not; Pes.16b; a. fr. Hithp. הִתְרַצָּה, Nithpa. נִתְרַצָּה 1) to be reconciled, be satisfied; to comply with. Ex. R. s. 45 לך והִתְרַצֶּה להם go and comply with their wish, go back to the camp. Kidd.45a שמא נ׳ האב בקידושי שני perhaps the father was satisfied with (confirmed) the betrothal of the second man. Ib. b שמא נ׳ הבן perhaps the son sanctioned (his fathers action in his behalf). Y.Ber.IV, 7d top; Y.Taan.IV, 67d bot. נִתְרַצֵיתֶם אני ואתםוכ׳ if you are satisfied, let me and you go early to ; (Ber.28a נתפייסת); a. fr. 2) to be gratified, enjoy. Ber.53a bot. נ׳ להריח if he smelt (the idolatrous frankincense) with enjoyment.

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  • 678 רָצָה

    רצי, רָצָה(b. h.; v. רְעֵי II) 1) to favor, pardon. Midr. Till. to Ps. 44 אף בניו … ולהם רָצִיתָ ולא לנו thou hast also done great things for his (Abrahams) children in the desert, and to them thou hast been benevolent, but not to us. Sifra Vayikra, Ndab., Par. 3, ch. 4 (ref. to Lev. 1:4) חמקום רוֹצֶה לו the Lord will receive his offering with favor (pardon him); ועל מה המקים רוצהוכ׳ and for what sins will the Lord pardon him? For sins of omission ; Yalk. Lev. 438. Ab. V, 11 נוח לִרְצוֹת easily appeased; a. e. 2) to please, desire, be willing, consent. Lev. R. s. 34 רְצֵה והחליצנו, v. חָלַץ. Meg.29a (play on תר̇צ̇ד̇ון̇, Ps. 68:17) למה תִרְֹצֹוּ ד̇ין̇ עם סיני why do you desire a contest with Sinai?; Yalk. Jud. 47 למה אתם ר֗ו֗צִ֗ים ומד̇יינ̇ים why are you so willing to contest? Macc.10b, a. e. בדרך שאדם רוצהוכ׳ on what way a man wants to go, they (heavenly powers) lead him. Keth.12b אם רָצוּ לעשותוכ׳ if they wish to follow the usage of priests Yeb.IV, 5 לאר׳ if he declines (to act as yabam). Ab. Zar.32a רוצה בקיומוע״י דבר אחר if he wants the preservation of an idolatrous object for some other purpose. Ber.7a כשרָצִיתִי לא רָצִיתָוכ׳ when I was willing (to reveal myself), thou wast unwilling (didst hide thy face) ; a. v. fr. Pi. רִצָּה 1) to appease, to procure pardon. Ex. R. s. 45 יהיו פני מְרַצִּין את פניך my countenance shall appease thy countenance, v. כָּעַס. Ib. כשהיה …הקב״ה מְרַצֶּה אותווכ׳ when Moses was angry with Israel, the Lord appeased him Ib. אהיה מְרַצְּךָ I shall appease thee; (Tanḥ. Ki Thissa 27 אני ברצון, v. רָצוֹן). Ab. IV, 18 אל תְּרַצֶּהוכ׳, v. כַּעַס. Ber. l. c. מנין שאין מְרַצִּיןוכ׳ whence do we learn that we must not attempt to appease a man at the moment of his excitement? Sifra l. c. אע״פ שלא סמך הזבח מרצה although he has not put his hand on the victim, the sacrifice produces pardon; Yalk. Lev. l. c. נרצה הזבח the sacrifice is accepted. Pes.16b על מה הציץ מרצה for what (mistake at sacrifices) does the high priests plate effect pardon (make the sacrifice acceptable)?; Men.25b. Ib. III, 3. Sifré Deut. 32 כשם שקרבנות מְרַצִּיםוכ׳ as sacrifices are the means of atonement, so are sufferings ; a. fr. 2) to make pleasing, acceptable. Midr. Till. to Ps. 85 הקב״ה … עד שתְּרַצֶּה מעשיה להקב״ה the Lord turns around and observes and puts his eye on her (the earth), until she makes her deeds pleasing unto the Lord; ib. אותה שעה היא מְרַצָּהוכ׳ then she makes her deeds pleasing ; Yalk. ib. 833. Nif. נִרְצָה 1) to be acceptable, be accepted. Sifra l. c. ונרצה לו לו ולזבחו ‘it shall be accepted for him (Lev. 1:4) he and his sacrifice shall be accepted; Yalk. Lev. l. c. Ib. נ׳ הזבח, v. supra; a. e. 2) to be appeased. Lam. R. to I, 2 (ref. to Ps. 77:8) לא לְרַצּוֹת ולא לֵירָצוֹת never to appease and never to be appeased; a. e. Hif. הִרְצָה 1) to satisfy (a debt), to make up for. Yalk. Lev. 675 (ref. to Lev. 26:34) the land shall rest of itself עד שתַּרְצֶח לפני … היא חייבת לי until it shall have made up before me for all the Sabbatical years which it owes me. Sifré Deut. 355 (ref. to רצוי, Deut. 33:24) שהיה מִתְרַצֶּה … והן מַרְצִים לו בתבואה he showed himself accommodating to his brethren with oil …, and they settled their account with grain; Yalk. ib. 962. 2) ( to combine, to assort coins; to count; to pay. Sabb.22a להַרְצוֹת מעותוכ׳ to assort coins by the Ḥanuckah lights. Ber.61a; Erub.18b המַרְצֶה מעות לאשהוכ׳ he who pays money to a woman counting from his to her hand for the sake of gazing at her. Snh.68a … הרבה מעות שולחני להַרְצוֹתָן I have many coins, but no money-changer to assort them (many questions to ask but none to solve them); a. fr. 3) (trnsf.) to arrange subjects for debate, to discourse. Tosef.Nidd.VI, 6 כשבאתי והִרְצֵיתִי דברים לפניוכ׳ when I came and discussed the subject before R. A. ; Ab. Zar.36b והִרְצֵתִי דבריוכ׳; Y.Peah VI, 19b bot.; Tosef.Ḥall.I, 6; Pes.38b; Y.Shek.V, 49a והריציתי (corr. acc.). Ḥag.14b ר׳ יהושעה׳ דבריםוכ׳ R. Joshua discoursed (on theosophy) before ; a. e., v. הַרְצָאָה. Hof. הוּרְצָה to be favorably received. Yoma 7a דם …ה׳ במזיד לאה׳ if blood became unclean, and one sprinkled it, if by mistake, it is received (and the flesh may be eaten), if wilfully, it is not; Pes.16b; a. fr. Hithp. הִתְרַצָּה, Nithpa. נִתְרַצָּה 1) to be reconciled, be satisfied; to comply with. Ex. R. s. 45 לך והִתְרַצֶּה להם go and comply with their wish, go back to the camp. Kidd.45a שמא נ׳ האב בקידושי שני perhaps the father was satisfied with (confirmed) the betrothal of the second man. Ib. b שמא נ׳ הבן perhaps the son sanctioned (his fathers action in his behalf). Y.Ber.IV, 7d top; Y.Taan.IV, 67d bot. נִתְרַצֵיתֶם אני ואתםוכ׳ if you are satisfied, let me and you go early to ; (Ber.28a נתפייסת); a. fr. 2) to be gratified, enjoy. Ber.53a bot. נ׳ להריח if he smelt (the idolatrous frankincense) with enjoyment.

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  • 679 רצי

    רְצֵי, רְצָאch. sam( Hithp. הִתְרַצָּה, Nithpa. נִתְרַצָּה to be reconciled, be satisfied; to comply with); v. next w. Pa. רַצֵּי to appease, to effect atonement. Ber.33b כמה ידע … לרַצּוּיֵי למריה how well that scholar knows how to appease his Master! Yoma 7a למה לי לרצויי what need would there be for the atoning power of the priests plate?; a. e.Erub.100b; Yalk. Gen. 31, v. infra. Af. אַרְצֵי 1) to be pleasant. Erub.100b דמַדְצְיָא אַרְצוּיֵי קמיה (Ms. M. דמרצי רַצּוּיֵי, read: דמְרַצְּיָא, Pa.) she makes herself pleasant (attractive) to him; Yalk. Gen. 31 דמְרַצְּיָיא רַצּוּיֵיה she tries to please him. 2) as preced. Hif. 3. Ḥag.14b דא׳ זאַרְצוּ קמיהוכ׳ he mentions only such a one as discoursed (on theosophy), and before whom others discoursed. Ib. דא׳ מיהא קמיה מאן דא׳ he at least discoursed before one who again discoursed before others. Ithpe. אִיתְרְצֵי, אִירְצֵי to be appeased. Taan.23b אפשר דמִירְצֵיהקב״הוכ׳ (Ms. M. 2 דמִתְרְצֵי, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 90) peradventure the Lord will be appeased and send rain.

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  • 680 רצא

    רְצֵי, רְצָאch. sam( Hithp. הִתְרַצָּה, Nithpa. נִתְרַצָּה to be reconciled, be satisfied; to comply with); v. next w. Pa. רַצֵּי to appease, to effect atonement. Ber.33b כמה ידע … לרַצּוּיֵי למריה how well that scholar knows how to appease his Master! Yoma 7a למה לי לרצויי what need would there be for the atoning power of the priests plate?; a. e.Erub.100b; Yalk. Gen. 31, v. infra. Af. אַרְצֵי 1) to be pleasant. Erub.100b דמַדְצְיָא אַרְצוּיֵי קמיה (Ms. M. דמרצי רַצּוּיֵי, read: דמְרַצְּיָא, Pa.) she makes herself pleasant (attractive) to him; Yalk. Gen. 31 דמְרַצְּיָיא רַצּוּיֵיה she tries to please him. 2) as preced. Hif. 3. Ḥag.14b דא׳ זאַרְצוּ קמיהוכ׳ he mentions only such a one as discoursed (on theosophy), and before whom others discoursed. Ib. דא׳ מיהא קמיה מאן דא׳ he at least discoursed before one who again discoursed before others. Ithpe. אִיתְרְצֵי, אִירְצֵי to be appeased. Taan.23b אפשר דמִירְצֵיהקב״הוכ׳ (Ms. M. 2 דמִתְרְצֵי, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 90) peradventure the Lord will be appeased and send rain.

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