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  • 701 שִׁי׳

    שִׁחֲרֵר, שִׁי׳(חָרַר II) to set free, emancipate. Y.Yeb.VIII, 8a top העושה עבדו … שִׁיחֲרָרֹו מְשֹׁוחֲרָר if a man mortgages his slave and then sells him, he is not sold; if he sets him free, he is free. Gitt. IV, 4 עבד … ושחררווכ׳ if a master mortgages his slave and sets him free … we force the mortgagee to make him a freedman, but he (the slave) writes a note on his value; ib. אינו כותב אלא מְשַׁחֲרָרֹו none but him who set him free has to write the note of indebtedness. Ib. 40b מי שחררו which of them (the mortgager or the mortgagee) set him free? Ber.47b ש׳ עבדווכ׳ declared his slave free and made him serve to complete the number of ten persons (required for prayers), Ib., a. e. כל המְשַׁחֲרֵר עבדווכ׳ whoever sets his slave free, violates a positive command; a. fr.Part. pass. מְשֹׁוחֲרָר; f. מְשֹׁוהֲרָרָה, מְשֹׁוהֲרֶרֶת Gitt. IV, 4; Y. Yeb. l. c., v. supra; a. fr.Ib. VIII, 9c top (play on שחרים, 1 Chr. 8:8) זה בועז שהיה מש׳ מןוכ׳ that is Boaz who was free from sins; Ruth R. to I, 21 (Par. 4); (Yalk. Chr. 1077 שנשתחרר). Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּחֲרֵר, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּחֲרֵר to be set free. Yalk. l. c. Keth.III, 1 שנִשְׁתַּחֲרָרוּ who were set free. Gitt.43a חציה … ונִשְׁתַּחֲרָרָה a woman that is half a slave and half free, who was betrothed to R., and then was set entirely free ; a. fr.

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  • 702 שטח

    שָׁטַח(b. h.) to spread, stretch. Sabb.XXII, 4 שוֹטְחָן בחמה he may spread them (to dry) in the sun. Bets.11a שוטחן ברוחוכ׳ he may spread them in the air on pins; a. fr.Part. pass. שָׁטוּחַ; f. שְׁטוּחָה Ruth R. to IV, 12 (ref. to Gen. 21:25) שהיה יצחק ש׳ כאןוכ׳ Isaac was stretched out (prostrated in prayer) on one side, and Rebekah on the other; Gen. R. s. 63; Yalk. ib. 110; Yalk. Ruth 608. Tosef.Ton. IX, 10 כלים שְׁטוּחִיןוכ׳ garments which are spread (hung up) … higher than ten hand-breadths; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּח, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּחַ to prostrate ones self. Ḥag.22b הלך … ונ׳ על קבריוכ׳ R. J. went and prostrated himself on the graves of Midr. Till. to Ps. 18:2 (read:) והן … ומִשְׁתַּטְּחִין ונופלין על פניהם (ed. Bub. משתחוין) וכ׳ and they alighted from their horses and threw themselves down and fell upon their faces ; Yalk. Sam. 133. Midr. Till. to Ps. 2:1 וכיון שמגיע … מִשְׁתַּטֵּחַוכ׳ but when the wave reaches the shore of the sea, it prostrates itself before the sand; (Yalk. Is. 350 כורע); a. fr.

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  • 703 שָׁטַח

    שָׁטַח(b. h.) to spread, stretch. Sabb.XXII, 4 שוֹטְחָן בחמה he may spread them (to dry) in the sun. Bets.11a שוטחן ברוחוכ׳ he may spread them in the air on pins; a. fr.Part. pass. שָׁטוּחַ; f. שְׁטוּחָה Ruth R. to IV, 12 (ref. to Gen. 21:25) שהיה יצחק ש׳ כאןוכ׳ Isaac was stretched out (prostrated in prayer) on one side, and Rebekah on the other; Gen. R. s. 63; Yalk. ib. 110; Yalk. Ruth 608. Tosef.Ton. IX, 10 כלים שְׁטוּחִיןוכ׳ garments which are spread (hung up) … higher than ten hand-breadths; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּח, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּחַ to prostrate ones self. Ḥag.22b הלך … ונ׳ על קבריוכ׳ R. J. went and prostrated himself on the graves of Midr. Till. to Ps. 18:2 (read:) והן … ומִשְׁתַּטְּחִין ונופלין על פניהם (ed. Bub. משתחוין) וכ׳ and they alighted from their horses and threw themselves down and fell upon their faces ; Yalk. Sam. 133. Midr. Till. to Ps. 2:1 וכיון שמגיע … מִשְׁתַּטֵּחַוכ׳ but when the wave reaches the shore of the sea, it prostrates itself before the sand; (Yalk. Is. 350 כורע); a. fr.

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  • 704 שטי

    שטי, שָׁטָה(cmp. סָטָה) ( to go astray, to be demented, foolish. V. שוֹטֶה. Nif. נִשְׁטָה, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֶּה, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֶּה 1) to become demented. Tosef.B. Kam.IV, 4 שנִישְׁטוּ בעלין ed. Zuck. (Var. שנִשְׁתַּטּוּ) whose owner became insane; B. Kam.39b. Yeb.XIV, 1 נִשְׁתַּטֵּיתוכ׳ if the wife becomes insane, he cannot divorce her; נ׳וכ׳ if he becomes insane, he can never divorce her; a. fr. 2) to be mad; to rage, be impassioned. Num. R. s. 2023> היה נִשְׁטֶה אחריהוכ׳ he was mad with passion for her, as we read (Hos. 4:11) ; Tanḥ. Balak 18 היו משטתהוכ׳ (read: היה מִשְׁתַּטֶּה; ed. Bub. 25 נשטה). Ib. והוא נ׳וכ׳ and he in his rage for her slaughtered it to Baal Peor; Num. R. l. c. Tosef.Nidd.V, 17 עד מתי אתם נִשְׁטִיןוכ׳ how long will you rage? cry to him that created the sea. Tanḥ. Vayera 22 והזקן הואה׳וכ׳ and that old man (Abraham) has run mad, and he is going to slay thee. Yalk. Sam. 131 והיתה צועקת ומִשְׁתַּטָּה … ומִשְׁתַּטֶּה מבחוץ and she screamed and raged within, and David screamed and raged without; Midr. Till. to Ps. 34 והיו צועקות שתיהן ומַשְׁטוֹת … ומַשְׁטֶה בחוץ and both of them (mother and daughter) screamed and raged Yalk. Ps. 846 (read:) מכאן שמשאדם רואה בנים כאילו הוא משתטה from this we learn that, when a man lives to have children, he acts like a fool (in playing with them). Hif. הִשְׁטָה 1) same, v. supra. 2) (with ב) to fool, jest. Yeb.106a; B. Kam. 116a אמר ליה משטה אני בך he may say, I was only jesting with thee. B. Bath. 175a אין אדם משטה בשעת מיתה nobody jests in his dying hour (therefore a dying mans admission of indebtedness does not require the usual formalities to be binding).

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  • 705 שטה

    שטי, שָׁטָה(cmp. סָטָה) ( to go astray, to be demented, foolish. V. שוֹטֶה. Nif. נִשְׁטָה, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֶּה, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֶּה 1) to become demented. Tosef.B. Kam.IV, 4 שנִישְׁטוּ בעלין ed. Zuck. (Var. שנִשְׁתַּטּוּ) whose owner became insane; B. Kam.39b. Yeb.XIV, 1 נִשְׁתַּטֵּיתוכ׳ if the wife becomes insane, he cannot divorce her; נ׳וכ׳ if he becomes insane, he can never divorce her; a. fr. 2) to be mad; to rage, be impassioned. Num. R. s. 2023> היה נִשְׁטֶה אחריהוכ׳ he was mad with passion for her, as we read (Hos. 4:11) ; Tanḥ. Balak 18 היו משטתהוכ׳ (read: היה מִשְׁתַּטֶּה; ed. Bub. 25 נשטה). Ib. והוא נ׳וכ׳ and he in his rage for her slaughtered it to Baal Peor; Num. R. l. c. Tosef.Nidd.V, 17 עד מתי אתם נִשְׁטִיןוכ׳ how long will you rage? cry to him that created the sea. Tanḥ. Vayera 22 והזקן הואה׳וכ׳ and that old man (Abraham) has run mad, and he is going to slay thee. Yalk. Sam. 131 והיתה צועקת ומִשְׁתַּטָּה … ומִשְׁתַּטֶּה מבחוץ and she screamed and raged within, and David screamed and raged without; Midr. Till. to Ps. 34 והיו צועקות שתיהן ומַשְׁטוֹת … ומַשְׁטֶה בחוץ and both of them (mother and daughter) screamed and raged Yalk. Ps. 846 (read:) מכאן שמשאדם רואה בנים כאילו הוא משתטה from this we learn that, when a man lives to have children, he acts like a fool (in playing with them). Hif. הִשְׁטָה 1) same, v. supra. 2) (with ב) to fool, jest. Yeb.106a; B. Kam. 116a אמר ליה משטה אני בך he may say, I was only jesting with thee. B. Bath. 175a אין אדם משטה בשעת מיתה nobody jests in his dying hour (therefore a dying mans admission of indebtedness does not require the usual formalities to be binding).

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  • 706 שָׁטָה

    שטי, שָׁטָה(cmp. סָטָה) ( to go astray, to be demented, foolish. V. שוֹטֶה. Nif. נִשְׁטָה, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֶּה, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֶּה 1) to become demented. Tosef.B. Kam.IV, 4 שנִישְׁטוּ בעלין ed. Zuck. (Var. שנִשְׁתַּטּוּ) whose owner became insane; B. Kam.39b. Yeb.XIV, 1 נִשְׁתַּטֵּיתוכ׳ if the wife becomes insane, he cannot divorce her; נ׳וכ׳ if he becomes insane, he can never divorce her; a. fr. 2) to be mad; to rage, be impassioned. Num. R. s. 2023> היה נִשְׁטֶה אחריהוכ׳ he was mad with passion for her, as we read (Hos. 4:11) ; Tanḥ. Balak 18 היו משטתהוכ׳ (read: היה מִשְׁתַּטֶּה; ed. Bub. 25 נשטה). Ib. והוא נ׳וכ׳ and he in his rage for her slaughtered it to Baal Peor; Num. R. l. c. Tosef.Nidd.V, 17 עד מתי אתם נִשְׁטִיןוכ׳ how long will you rage? cry to him that created the sea. Tanḥ. Vayera 22 והזקן הואה׳וכ׳ and that old man (Abraham) has run mad, and he is going to slay thee. Yalk. Sam. 131 והיתה צועקת ומִשְׁתַּטָּה … ומִשְׁתַּטֶּה מבחוץ and she screamed and raged within, and David screamed and raged without; Midr. Till. to Ps. 34 והיו צועקות שתיהן ומַשְׁטוֹת … ומַשְׁטֶה בחוץ and both of them (mother and daughter) screamed and raged Yalk. Ps. 846 (read:) מכאן שמשאדם רואה בנים כאילו הוא משתטה from this we learn that, when a man lives to have children, he acts like a fool (in playing with them). Hif. הִשְׁטָה 1) same, v. supra. 2) (with ב) to fool, jest. Yeb.106a; B. Kam. 116a אמר ליה משטה אני בך he may say, I was only jesting with thee. B. Bath. 175a אין אדם משטה בשעת מיתה nobody jests in his dying hour (therefore a dying mans admission of indebtedness does not require the usual formalities to be binding).

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  • 707 שטף

    שָׁטַף(b. h.; cmp. טוּף, טָפַף II) 1) to wash, rinse. Zeb.XI, 6 (94b) ושוֹטְפוֹ, v. מָרַק; Tosef. ib. X, 13 ושוֹטְפָן. Tosef.Ḥull.X, 4 השוֹטֵף רחיליו חייבוכ׳ if one washes his lambs (in place of clipping), he is bound to give the priests share of the wool (that they shed); Ḥull.137a; a. fr.Part. pass. שָׁטוּף. Sabb.99a (ref. to Ex. 35:26) ש׳ בעזים וטווו בעוים Ms. M. (ed. מן העזים) the hair was washed on the goats and spun on the goats; ib. 74b; Yalk. Ex. 370. 2) to flood, carry off, drown. B. Mets.VIII, 5 ש׳ נהר זיתיווכ׳ if a stream carried off ones olive-trees and deposited them in a neighbors field. B. Kam. X, 4 (115b) ש׳ נהר חמזדווכ׳ (Bab. ed. נחל) if a stream (ravine) carried off his own and his neighbors ass … and he let go his own and saved his neighbors. Ib. 5 (117b) שְׁטָפָהּ נהר if the river washed it (the unlawfully taken field) away. Yoma 78a נחל שוֹטֵף a swiftly running brook. Y.Shek.I, 46a ירד שֶׁטֶף … ושְׁטָפוֹ a rain shower came down and washed it (the mark on the grave) off. Y.B. Mets.VIII, end, 11d בששְׁטָפָן (not בששטן), v. גּוּש. Ex. R. s. 24 נתמלא … ובקש לשוֹטְפָן the genius of the sea became wroth against them, and wanted to drown them. Num. R. s. 199> ויצאו מים רבים ושָׁטְפוּ כלוכ׳ many waters came forth, and flooded all those who murmured; Midr. Till. to Ps. 78:20 (corr. acc.); a. fr.V. שָׁטוּף. Hif. הִשְׁטִיף same. Taan.6a ומַשְׁטִיף את הזרעים (Ms. M. ששוֹטַף, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) it (the heavy rain) washes the seeds away; Yalk. Joel 535 ומְשַׁטֵּף (Pi.).Part. pass. מוּשְׁטָף; pl. מוּשְׁטָפִים carried off, floating. Ex. R. l. c. לפי שראו … מ׳ על פני המים because they saw the bodies … floating on the water. Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף 1) to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath. Sabb.40a ויוצא ומִשְׁתַּטַּףוכ׳ and goes out (of the steam-room), and takes a shower bath in the outer room. Ib. b ובלבד שלא יִשְׁתַּטֵּףוכ׳ but he must not have a cold shower bath and then warm himself Tosef. ib. III (IV), 4; a. fr. 2) to be swept away, drowned. Sifré Deut. 307 מה ראו … שנִשְׁטְפוּ במים why were the men of the flood drowned in water?; Yalk. ib. 942 שיִשָּׁטְפוּ; Sifré l. c. מה … להִשְׁתַּטֵּף באשוכ׳ why were the men of Sodom … swept away by fire and sulphur?; Yalk. l. c. להִשָּׁטֵף; a. e.Trnsf. to be carried away by passion. Num. R. s. 917>; Sifré Num. 12 הרבה קידמוך ונִשְׁטְפוּ many women before thee have been carried away (into infidelity).

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  • 708 שָׁטַף

    שָׁטַף(b. h.; cmp. טוּף, טָפַף II) 1) to wash, rinse. Zeb.XI, 6 (94b) ושוֹטְפוֹ, v. מָרַק; Tosef. ib. X, 13 ושוֹטְפָן. Tosef.Ḥull.X, 4 השוֹטֵף רחיליו חייבוכ׳ if one washes his lambs (in place of clipping), he is bound to give the priests share of the wool (that they shed); Ḥull.137a; a. fr.Part. pass. שָׁטוּף. Sabb.99a (ref. to Ex. 35:26) ש׳ בעזים וטווו בעוים Ms. M. (ed. מן העזים) the hair was washed on the goats and spun on the goats; ib. 74b; Yalk. Ex. 370. 2) to flood, carry off, drown. B. Mets.VIII, 5 ש׳ נהר זיתיווכ׳ if a stream carried off ones olive-trees and deposited them in a neighbors field. B. Kam. X, 4 (115b) ש׳ נהר חמזדווכ׳ (Bab. ed. נחל) if a stream (ravine) carried off his own and his neighbors ass … and he let go his own and saved his neighbors. Ib. 5 (117b) שְׁטָפָהּ נהר if the river washed it (the unlawfully taken field) away. Yoma 78a נחל שוֹטֵף a swiftly running brook. Y.Shek.I, 46a ירד שֶׁטֶף … ושְׁטָפוֹ a rain shower came down and washed it (the mark on the grave) off. Y.B. Mets.VIII, end, 11d בששְׁטָפָן (not בששטן), v. גּוּש. Ex. R. s. 24 נתמלא … ובקש לשוֹטְפָן the genius of the sea became wroth against them, and wanted to drown them. Num. R. s. 199> ויצאו מים רבים ושָׁטְפוּ כלוכ׳ many waters came forth, and flooded all those who murmured; Midr. Till. to Ps. 78:20 (corr. acc.); a. fr.V. שָׁטוּף. Hif. הִשְׁטִיף same. Taan.6a ומַשְׁטִיף את הזרעים (Ms. M. ששוֹטַף, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note) it (the heavy rain) washes the seeds away; Yalk. Joel 535 ומְשַׁטֵּף (Pi.).Part. pass. מוּשְׁטָף; pl. מוּשְׁטָפִים carried off, floating. Ex. R. l. c. לפי שראו … מ׳ על פני המים because they saw the bodies … floating on the water. Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף 1) to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath. Sabb.40a ויוצא ומִשְׁתַּטַּףוכ׳ and goes out (of the steam-room), and takes a shower bath in the outer room. Ib. b ובלבד שלא יִשְׁתַּטֵּףוכ׳ but he must not have a cold shower bath and then warm himself Tosef. ib. III (IV), 4; a. fr. 2) to be swept away, drowned. Sifré Deut. 307 מה ראו … שנִשְׁטְפוּ במים why were the men of the flood drowned in water?; Yalk. ib. 942 שיִשָּׁטְפוּ; Sifré l. c. מה … להִשְׁתַּטֵּף באשוכ׳ why were the men of Sodom … swept away by fire and sulphur?; Yalk. l. c. להִשָּׁטֵף; a. e.Trnsf. to be carried away by passion. Num. R. s. 917>; Sifré Num. 12 הרבה קידמוך ונִשְׁטְפוּ many women before thee have been carried away (into infidelity).

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  • 709 שטף

    שְׁטֵף, שְׁטֵיףch. sam( Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath), 1) to wash, rinse. Targ. 1 Kings 22:38. Targ. 2 Sam. 11:8; a. e.Tam.27b שְׁטוֹף ושתי שטוף ואחית rinse (the cup) and drink, rinse, and set it down; a. e. 2) to overflow, flood, wash away. Targ. Ps. 78:20 ישטפון מיא Ms. (omitted in ed.). Targ. Is. 33:21. Targ. Y. II Num. 21:16. Targ. Ps. 124:4; a. e.Naz.32b שַׁטְפוּהוּ ובנןוכ׳ the Rabbis carried R. El. away, and made him stand on their principle, i. e. made him give up his opinion and adopt theirs. Succ.53a למִשְׁטְפָאוכ׳, v. קְפֵי; a. e. Pa. שַׁטֵּף to wash. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. ולא מְשַׁטֵּף ידויוכ׳ and did not wash his hands up to the joints.

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  • 710 שטיף

    שְׁטֵף, שְׁטֵיףch. sam( Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath), 1) to wash, rinse. Targ. 1 Kings 22:38. Targ. 2 Sam. 11:8; a. e.Tam.27b שְׁטוֹף ושתי שטוף ואחית rinse (the cup) and drink, rinse, and set it down; a. e. 2) to overflow, flood, wash away. Targ. Ps. 78:20 ישטפון מיא Ms. (omitted in ed.). Targ. Is. 33:21. Targ. Y. II Num. 21:16. Targ. Ps. 124:4; a. e.Naz.32b שַׁטְפוּהוּ ובנןוכ׳ the Rabbis carried R. El. away, and made him stand on their principle, i. e. made him give up his opinion and adopt theirs. Succ.53a למִשְׁטְפָאוכ׳, v. קְפֵי; a. e. Pa. שַׁטֵּף to wash. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. ולא מְשַׁטֵּף ידויוכ׳ and did not wash his hands up to the joints.

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  • 711 שְׁטֵף

    שְׁטֵף, שְׁטֵיףch. sam( Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath), 1) to wash, rinse. Targ. 1 Kings 22:38. Targ. 2 Sam. 11:8; a. e.Tam.27b שְׁטוֹף ושתי שטוף ואחית rinse (the cup) and drink, rinse, and set it down; a. e. 2) to overflow, flood, wash away. Targ. Ps. 78:20 ישטפון מיא Ms. (omitted in ed.). Targ. Is. 33:21. Targ. Y. II Num. 21:16. Targ. Ps. 124:4; a. e.Naz.32b שַׁטְפוּהוּ ובנןוכ׳ the Rabbis carried R. El. away, and made him stand on their principle, i. e. made him give up his opinion and adopt theirs. Succ.53a למִשְׁטְפָאוכ׳, v. קְפֵי; a. e. Pa. שַׁטֵּף to wash. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. ולא מְשַׁטֵּף ידויוכ׳ and did not wash his hands up to the joints.

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  • 712 שְׁטֵיף

    שְׁטֵף, שְׁטֵיףch. sam( Nif. נִשְׁטַף, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּטֵּף, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּטֵּף to be washed, showered upon; to take a shower bath), 1) to wash, rinse. Targ. 1 Kings 22:38. Targ. 2 Sam. 11:8; a. e.Tam.27b שְׁטוֹף ושתי שטוף ואחית rinse (the cup) and drink, rinse, and set it down; a. e. 2) to overflow, flood, wash away. Targ. Ps. 78:20 ישטפון מיא Ms. (omitted in ed.). Targ. Is. 33:21. Targ. Y. II Num. 21:16. Targ. Ps. 124:4; a. e.Naz.32b שַׁטְפוּהוּ ובנןוכ׳ the Rabbis carried R. El. away, and made him stand on their principle, i. e. made him give up his opinion and adopt theirs. Succ.53a למִשְׁטְפָאוכ׳, v. קְפֵי; a. e. Pa. שַׁטֵּף to wash. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. ולא מְשַׁטֵּף ידויוכ׳ and did not wash his hands up to the joints.

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  • 713 שכח

    שָׁכַח(b. h.; cmp. שכך) (to sink,) to forget, discard. Ber.32b (ref. to Is. 49:14) אדם … אתה עזבתני ושְׁכַחְתָּנִי if a man marries a woman after abandoning his first wife, he remembers the doings of his first wife, but thou hast abandoned me and also forgotten me. Ib. כלום אֶשְׁכַּח עולותוכ׳ will I ever forget the burnt-offerings of rams and the first born that thou didst offer ? Ib. שמא תִשְׁכַּח … סיני wilt thou forget what I did at Sinai? Peah V, 7 העומר ששְׁכָחוּהוּ … ולא ש׳וכ׳ a sheaf which the laborers overlooked in collecting, but the employer had not overlooked. Ib. VII, 1 ושְׁכָחוֹ and he forgot it (left it on the tree). Ab. III, 8 כל השוֹכֵחַוכ׳, v. מִשְׁנָה. Midd. II, 5 שָׁכַחְתִּי מהוכ׳ I forgot what purpose it served; Yoma 16a; a. v. fr.Part. pass. שָׁכוּחַ; f. שְׁכוּחָה, a) (cmp. זָכוּר) forgetting. Y.Sabb.VI, 7d והיא ש׳ and she may forget herself, v. שַׁחֲצָנִית.b) forgotten. B. Mets.11a ש׳ מעיקרו a sheaf forgotten at the start (overlooked in collecting); זכור ולבסוף ש׳, v. זָכַר. Ber. l. c. (ref. to Is. l. c.) היינו עזובה היינו ש׳ is not abandoned the same as forgotten? (Ms. O. … עֲזִיבָה … שְׁכִיחָה). Pi. שִׁכֵּחַ 1) same. Y.Ber.V, 9a top לא במהרה הוא מְשַׁכֵּחַ will not easily forget it. Snh.99a כל … ומְשַׁכְּחָהּוכ׳ he who studied the Law and neglects it (fails to review it) is like a woman that gives birth and buries; a. e. 2) to cause forgetting. Ab. II, 2 שיגיעת … מְשַׁכַּחַת עון (or מַשְׁכַּחַת) the employment of the mind in both of them causes man to forget sin. Tosef.Sot.III, 12 אתם מְשַׁכְּחִין … אני אֲשַׁכֵּחַוכ׳ you make the law of free trade forgotten among you, I will cause you to be forgotten in the world; Snh.109a, a. e. באו ונְשַׁכֵּחַוכ׳, v. רֶגֶל; a. fr. Hif. הִשְׁכִּיחַ same. Bets.15b להַשְׁכִּיחוֹ, v. זָכַר. Ab. l. c., v. supra; a. e. Nif. נִשְׁכַּח, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ to be forgotten. Tem.14b מוטב … ואל תִּשְׁתַּכֵּחַוכ׳ (some ed. תִּשָּׁבֵ‍חַ) it is better that a law be uprooted (disregarded) than that the Law be forgotten in Israel. Ib. 15b שלשה … נִשְׁתַּכְּחוּוכ׳ three thousand traditional rules were forgotten during the days of mourning for Moses. Ib. 16a אף … נִשְׁתַּכְּחָהוכ׳ also the rule concerning a sin offering whose owner died (before it was brought) was forgotten during Ib. שלא יִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ … מלבי that what I have learned be not forgotten out of my mind. Pes.54b על המת שישתכח מן הלב that the dead should be forgotten out of mind; a. fr.

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  • 714 שָׁכַח

    שָׁכַח(b. h.; cmp. שכך) (to sink,) to forget, discard. Ber.32b (ref. to Is. 49:14) אדם … אתה עזבתני ושְׁכַחְתָּנִי if a man marries a woman after abandoning his first wife, he remembers the doings of his first wife, but thou hast abandoned me and also forgotten me. Ib. כלום אֶשְׁכַּח עולותוכ׳ will I ever forget the burnt-offerings of rams and the first born that thou didst offer ? Ib. שמא תִשְׁכַּח … סיני wilt thou forget what I did at Sinai? Peah V, 7 העומר ששְׁכָחוּהוּ … ולא ש׳וכ׳ a sheaf which the laborers overlooked in collecting, but the employer had not overlooked. Ib. VII, 1 ושְׁכָחוֹ and he forgot it (left it on the tree). Ab. III, 8 כל השוֹכֵחַוכ׳, v. מִשְׁנָה. Midd. II, 5 שָׁכַחְתִּי מהוכ׳ I forgot what purpose it served; Yoma 16a; a. v. fr.Part. pass. שָׁכוּחַ; f. שְׁכוּחָה, a) (cmp. זָכוּר) forgetting. Y.Sabb.VI, 7d והיא ש׳ and she may forget herself, v. שַׁחֲצָנִית.b) forgotten. B. Mets.11a ש׳ מעיקרו a sheaf forgotten at the start (overlooked in collecting); זכור ולבסוף ש׳, v. זָכַר. Ber. l. c. (ref. to Is. l. c.) היינו עזובה היינו ש׳ is not abandoned the same as forgotten? (Ms. O. … עֲזִיבָה … שְׁכִיחָה). Pi. שִׁכֵּחַ 1) same. Y.Ber.V, 9a top לא במהרה הוא מְשַׁכֵּחַ will not easily forget it. Snh.99a כל … ומְשַׁכְּחָהּוכ׳ he who studied the Law and neglects it (fails to review it) is like a woman that gives birth and buries; a. e. 2) to cause forgetting. Ab. II, 2 שיגיעת … מְשַׁכַּחַת עון (or מַשְׁכַּחַת) the employment of the mind in both of them causes man to forget sin. Tosef.Sot.III, 12 אתם מְשַׁכְּחִין … אני אֲשַׁכֵּחַוכ׳ you make the law of free trade forgotten among you, I will cause you to be forgotten in the world; Snh.109a, a. e. באו ונְשַׁכֵּחַוכ׳, v. רֶגֶל; a. fr. Hif. הִשְׁכִּיחַ same. Bets.15b להַשְׁכִּיחוֹ, v. זָכַר. Ab. l. c., v. supra; a. e. Nif. נִשְׁכַּח, Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ to be forgotten. Tem.14b מוטב … ואל תִּשְׁתַּכֵּחַוכ׳ (some ed. תִּשָּׁבֵ‍חַ) it is better that a law be uprooted (disregarded) than that the Law be forgotten in Israel. Ib. 15b שלשה … נִשְׁתַּכְּחוּוכ׳ three thousand traditional rules were forgotten during the days of mourning for Moses. Ib. 16a אף … נִשְׁתַּכְּחָהוכ׳ also the rule concerning a sin offering whose owner died (before it was brought) was forgotten during Ib. שלא יִשְׁתַּכֵּחַ … מלבי that what I have learned be not forgotten out of my mind. Pes.54b על המת שישתכח מן הלב that the dead should be forgotten out of mind; a. fr.

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  • 715 שכלל

    שִׁכְלֵל, שִׁיכְ׳(Shaf. of כלל, cmp. שָׁכַל) to finish, decorate. Snh.38a למלך שבנה פלטרין גדולים ושִׁיכְלְלָןוכ׳ Ms. M. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) like a king who built great palaces and decorated them, and made arrangements therein for a large banquet Pesik. R. s. 2 אין אתה מְשַׁכְלְלוֹ thou shalt not finish it (the Temple), opp. מיסדו laying the foundation; Yalk. Sam. 144; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Gen. R. s. 10 (ref. to ויכלו, Gen. 2:1) נִשְׁתּכְלְלוּ השמים בחמה … ונִשְׁתַּכְלְלָה הארץוכ׳ the heavens were decorated with sun, moon, and stars, and the earth with trees and herbs, and with the garden of Eden; Yalk. ib. 15 נִתְכַּלְּלוּ … ונִתְכַּלְּלָה 2) to be founded. Tanḥ. Kdoshim 10 (ref. to מכלל, Ps. 50:2) מציון נש׳ כלוכ׳ from Zion was the whole world founded, as we have learned (Y.Yoma V, 42c), why is it called foundation stone?, v. שְׁתִיָּה II.

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  • 716 שיכ׳

    שִׁכְלֵל, שִׁיכְ׳(Shaf. of כלל, cmp. שָׁכַל) to finish, decorate. Snh.38a למלך שבנה פלטרין גדולים ושִׁיכְלְלָןוכ׳ Ms. M. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) like a king who built great palaces and decorated them, and made arrangements therein for a large banquet Pesik. R. s. 2 אין אתה מְשַׁכְלְלוֹ thou shalt not finish it (the Temple), opp. מיסדו laying the foundation; Yalk. Sam. 144; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Gen. R. s. 10 (ref. to ויכלו, Gen. 2:1) נִשְׁתּכְלְלוּ השמים בחמה … ונִשְׁתַּכְלְלָה הארץוכ׳ the heavens were decorated with sun, moon, and stars, and the earth with trees and herbs, and with the garden of Eden; Yalk. ib. 15 נִתְכַּלְּלוּ … ונִתְכַּלְּלָה 2) to be founded. Tanḥ. Kdoshim 10 (ref. to מכלל, Ps. 50:2) מציון נש׳ כלוכ׳ from Zion was the whole world founded, as we have learned (Y.Yoma V, 42c), why is it called foundation stone?, v. שְׁתִיָּה II.

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  • 717 שִׁכְלֵל

    שִׁכְלֵל, שִׁיכְ׳(Shaf. of כלל, cmp. שָׁכַל) to finish, decorate. Snh.38a למלך שבנה פלטרין גדולים ושִׁיכְלְלָןוכ׳ Ms. M. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) like a king who built great palaces and decorated them, and made arrangements therein for a large banquet Pesik. R. s. 2 אין אתה מְשַׁכְלְלוֹ thou shalt not finish it (the Temple), opp. מיסדו laying the foundation; Yalk. Sam. 144; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Gen. R. s. 10 (ref. to ויכלו, Gen. 2:1) נִשְׁתּכְלְלוּ השמים בחמה … ונִשְׁתַּכְלְלָה הארץוכ׳ the heavens were decorated with sun, moon, and stars, and the earth with trees and herbs, and with the garden of Eden; Yalk. ib. 15 נִתְכַּלְּלוּ … ונִתְכַּלְּלָה 2) to be founded. Tanḥ. Kdoshim 10 (ref. to מכלל, Ps. 50:2) מציון נש׳ כלוכ׳ from Zion was the whole world founded, as we have learned (Y.Yoma V, 42c), why is it called foundation stone?, v. שְׁתִיָּה II.

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  • 718 שִׁיכְ׳

    שִׁכְלֵל, שִׁיכְ׳(Shaf. of כלל, cmp. שָׁכַל) to finish, decorate. Snh.38a למלך שבנה פלטרין גדולים ושִׁיכְלְלָןוכ׳ Ms. M. (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) like a king who built great palaces and decorated them, and made arrangements therein for a large banquet Pesik. R. s. 2 אין אתה מְשַׁכְלְלוֹ thou shalt not finish it (the Temple), opp. מיסדו laying the foundation; Yalk. Sam. 144; a. e. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Gen. R. s. 10 (ref. to ויכלו, Gen. 2:1) נִשְׁתּכְלְלוּ השמים בחמה … ונִשְׁתַּכְלְלָה הארץוכ׳ the heavens were decorated with sun, moon, and stars, and the earth with trees and herbs, and with the garden of Eden; Yalk. ib. 15 נִתְכַּלְּלוּ … ונִתְכַּלְּלָה 2) to be founded. Tanḥ. Kdoshim 10 (ref. to מכלל, Ps. 50:2) מציון נש׳ כלוכ׳ from Zion was the whole world founded, as we have learned (Y.Yoma V, 42c), why is it called foundation stone?, v. שְׁתִיָּה II.

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  • 719 שכלל

    שַׁכְלֵל, שַׁכְלֵילch. sam( Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל to be finished, decorated), 1) to finish, decorate. Targ. Y. Ex. 31:17. Targ. Ez. 27:4; 11; a. fr.Part. pass. מְשַׁכְלַל; f. מְשַׁכְלְלָא perfect. Ib. 3. Ib. 28:12 (ed. Wil. מְשֻׁכְלַל, Hebr.); a. e. 2) to fasten, establish, found. Targ. Is. 42:5 (h. text רקע). Targ. 1 Sam. 2:8 (h. text וישת). Targ. Hab. 2:12 (h. text כונן); a. fr. Ithpa. אִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Targ. O. Gen. 2:1. Targ. 1 Kings 6:38. Targ. Ps. 119:96 דאשתרי וא׳ ed. Lag. (ed. Wil. דאשתדל ואשתכל, corr. acc.) that which was begun and has been finished; a. fr. 2) to be founded. Targ. 1 Kings 6:37 (h. text יסד). Targ. Hag. 2:18; a. fr.

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  • 720 שכליל

    שַׁכְלֵל, שַׁכְלֵילch. sam( Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּכְלֵל, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּכְלֵל to be finished, decorated), 1) to finish, decorate. Targ. Y. Ex. 31:17. Targ. Ez. 27:4; 11; a. fr.Part. pass. מְשַׁכְלַל; f. מְשַׁכְלְלָא perfect. Ib. 3. Ib. 28:12 (ed. Wil. מְשֻׁכְלַל, Hebr.); a. e. 2) to fasten, establish, found. Targ. Is. 42:5 (h. text רקע). Targ. 1 Sam. 2:8 (h. text וישת). Targ. Hab. 2:12 (h. text כונן); a. fr. Ithpa. אִשְׁתַּכְלֵל 1) to be finished, decorated. Targ. O. Gen. 2:1. Targ. 1 Kings 6:38. Targ. Ps. 119:96 דאשתרי וא׳ ed. Lag. (ed. Wil. דאשתדל ואשתכל, corr. acc.) that which was begun and has been finished; a. fr. 2) to be founded. Targ. 1 Kings 6:37 (h. text יסד). Targ. Hag. 2:18; a. fr.

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