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  • 461 צָרְפַת

    צָרְפַת(b. h.) pr. n. pl. Zarephath ( Sarepta), near Sidon. Pirké dR. El. ch. XXXIII. (In later Hebrew literature צ׳ is a name for France; with ref. to Ob. 20.

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  • 462 קבל I

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

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  • 463 קָבַל

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

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  • 464 קבלה I

    קַבָּלָהI f. (קָבַל I) 1) receiving, acceptance. Pesik. R. s. 44 קַבָּלַת שבים the reception (in grace) of the repentant. Zeb.13a וק׳ מי פסלה does the receiving (of the sacrificial blood by a non-priest) make the sacrifice unfit? Ib. קבלת הרם receiving the blood in a vessel. Ib. I, 4 שלא בק׳ without the act of receiving the blood; a. fr.Gitt.62b שליח לק׳ one deputed by the woman to receive the letter of divorce in her behalf, v. הוֹלָכָה. Ib. אק׳ referring to the reception of the letter of divorce in her behalf; a. fr.Tosef.Kel.B. Mets.V, 10 בית ק׳ receptacle, v. קִיבּוּל. 2) tradition, traditional law; post-Mosaic Scriptures, opp. to תורה or תורת משה. R. Hash. 7a דבר זה מתורת … מדברי ק׳ למדנו this (that the months are counted from Nisan) we learned not from the Law of Moses, but from the words of tradition (historical accounts, ref. to Zech. 1:7; Esth. 2:16). Ib. 19a גדליה … דברי ק׳ הוא ודברי ק׳וכ׳ the account of Gedaliah, son of A., is traditional (historical, Jer. 41), and the words of tradition (post-Mosaic records) are as authoritative as the words of the Torah. Ḥag.10b דברי תורה מדברי ק׳וכ׳ we must derive no interpretation of Mosaic laws from analogies of expression in post-Mosaic books (e. g. Am. 5:25 as illustrating the sense of Ex. 5:1); B. Kam.2b; Nidd.23a. Y.Ḥall.I, 57b top ולמירין מן הק׳ can we derive a legal rule from a post-Mosaic book (Is. 28:25)?Gen. R. s. 7 ומן הק׳ אתה מלקני wilt thou condemn me to lashes on an inference from a post-Mosaic book?; Tanḥ. Ḥuck. 6; a. fr.Ber.62a, v. קִבְלָא II.(In later Hebrew ק׳ Kabbalah, mystic lore.

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  • 465 קַבָּלָה

    קַבָּלָהI f. (קָבַל I) 1) receiving, acceptance. Pesik. R. s. 44 קַבָּלַת שבים the reception (in grace) of the repentant. Zeb.13a וק׳ מי פסלה does the receiving (of the sacrificial blood by a non-priest) make the sacrifice unfit? Ib. קבלת הרם receiving the blood in a vessel. Ib. I, 4 שלא בק׳ without the act of receiving the blood; a. fr.Gitt.62b שליח לק׳ one deputed by the woman to receive the letter of divorce in her behalf, v. הוֹלָכָה. Ib. אק׳ referring to the reception of the letter of divorce in her behalf; a. fr.Tosef.Kel.B. Mets.V, 10 בית ק׳ receptacle, v. קִיבּוּל. 2) tradition, traditional law; post-Mosaic Scriptures, opp. to תורה or תורת משה. R. Hash. 7a דבר זה מתורת … מדברי ק׳ למדנו this (that the months are counted from Nisan) we learned not from the Law of Moses, but from the words of tradition (historical accounts, ref. to Zech. 1:7; Esth. 2:16). Ib. 19a גדליה … דברי ק׳ הוא ודברי ק׳וכ׳ the account of Gedaliah, son of A., is traditional (historical, Jer. 41), and the words of tradition (post-Mosaic records) are as authoritative as the words of the Torah. Ḥag.10b דברי תורה מדברי ק׳וכ׳ we must derive no interpretation of Mosaic laws from analogies of expression in post-Mosaic books (e. g. Am. 5:25 as illustrating the sense of Ex. 5:1); B. Kam.2b; Nidd.23a. Y.Ḥall.I, 57b top ולמירין מן הק׳ can we derive a legal rule from a post-Mosaic book (Is. 28:25)?Gen. R. s. 7 ומן הק׳ אתה מלקני wilt thou condemn me to lashes on an inference from a post-Mosaic book?; Tanḥ. Ḥuck. 6; a. fr.Ber.62a, v. קִבְלָא II.(In later Hebrew ק׳ Kabbalah, mystic lore.

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  • 466 קדיא

    קַדְיָאm. Ḳadia, name of an unclean bird, Little Owl (?). Targ. O. Lev. 11:17; Deut. 14:6 ed. Berl. a. early eds. (later eds. קריא; h. text כּוֹס, v. צַרְיָא II).Ber.57b קד׳ Ms. M. (ed. קר׳, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 8); Nidd.23a Ms. (v. Rabb. D. S. l. c.; ed. קר׳).

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  • 467 קַדְיָא

    קַדְיָאm. Ḳadia, name of an unclean bird, Little Owl (?). Targ. O. Lev. 11:17; Deut. 14:6 ed. Berl. a. early eds. (later eds. קריא; h. text כּוֹס, v. צַרְיָא II).Ber.57b קד׳ Ms. M. (ed. קר׳, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 8); Nidd.23a Ms. (v. Rabb. D. S. l. c.; ed. קר׳).

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  • 468 קדם

    קְדַםch. sam( Hif. הִקְדִּים to salute first); Pa. קַדֵּם 1) to precede; to do early, be early, first. Targ. Ps. 69:32 דקַדִּימוּ קרנויוכ׳ (some ed. דקָדִ׳) whose horns grew prior to its hoofs. Targ. Gen. 19:2; a. fr.Ber.8a מְקַרְּמֵיוכ׳; קַדִּימוּ וחשיכו, v. חֲשַׁךְ I. Tam.27b וקַדֵּיםוכ׳, v. הֲשַׁךְ; a. e. 2) to go before, come to meet. Targ. Ps. 88:14. Ib. 79:8 יקרמון לן Ms. (ed. לך, corr. acc.); a. fr. Af. אַקְדֵּים 1) to be early. Targ. Gen. 26:31. Targ. 1 Sam. 17:16; a. fr. 2) to precede, anticipate. Targ. Job 41:3; a. e. 3) to get the start of; to prevent. Targ. Ps. 17:13; a. e. 3) to be earlier than, be quick in doing. Ib. 119:147, sq.; a. fr.Sabb.119a אי רגיליתו לאַקְדּוּמֵי … אַקְדִּימוּ … if you are accustomed to take an early meal, make it later (on the Sabbath), and if you are used to dine late, dine earlier. Ib. 151b when a poor man comes, אַקְדִּים … דליקַדְּמוּוכ׳ be quick in giving him bread, in order that people may be ready to do so to thy children. 4) to give preference to. Y.Snh.I, 18c bot. אַקִדְּמוּן ליה … בעיבור they preferred a certain old man to him at the session for intercalation; Y.R. Hash. II, 58b top; a. e.

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  • 469 קְדַם

    קְדַםch. sam( Hif. הִקְדִּים to salute first); Pa. קַדֵּם 1) to precede; to do early, be early, first. Targ. Ps. 69:32 דקַדִּימוּ קרנויוכ׳ (some ed. דקָדִ׳) whose horns grew prior to its hoofs. Targ. Gen. 19:2; a. fr.Ber.8a מְקַרְּמֵיוכ׳; קַדִּימוּ וחשיכו, v. חֲשַׁךְ I. Tam.27b וקַדֵּיםוכ׳, v. הֲשַׁךְ; a. e. 2) to go before, come to meet. Targ. Ps. 88:14. Ib. 79:8 יקרמון לן Ms. (ed. לך, corr. acc.); a. fr. Af. אַקְדֵּים 1) to be early. Targ. Gen. 26:31. Targ. 1 Sam. 17:16; a. fr. 2) to precede, anticipate. Targ. Job 41:3; a. e. 3) to get the start of; to prevent. Targ. Ps. 17:13; a. e. 3) to be earlier than, be quick in doing. Ib. 119:147, sq.; a. fr.Sabb.119a אי רגיליתו לאַקְדּוּמֵי … אַקְדִּימוּ … if you are accustomed to take an early meal, make it later (on the Sabbath), and if you are used to dine late, dine earlier. Ib. 151b when a poor man comes, אַקְדִּים … דליקַדְּמוּוכ׳ be quick in giving him bread, in order that people may be ready to do so to thy children. 4) to give preference to. Y.Snh.I, 18c bot. אַקִדְּמוּן ליה … בעיבור they preferred a certain old man to him at the session for intercalation; Y.R. Hash. II, 58b top; a. e.

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  • 470 קוטבי

    קוּטְבִּיf. ( קטב) small wine or olive press with a cylindrical beam. Sifra Bhar, Par. 1, ch. I אין עושין זתים בבד ובק׳ (in the Sabbatical year) you must not press olives in a bad (v. בַּד II) or in a kuṭbi; Shebi. VIII, 6 Ms. M. a. Y. ed. (Mish. a. Bab. ed. קוֹטֶב); Y. ib. 38b; Tosef. ib. VI, 27 קתבי (ed. Zuck. קינבי, corr. acc.). Tosef.Toh. X, 22 קתכו (corr. acc.). (In later Hebr. קוטב pole; Arab. polar star.

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  • 471 קוּטְבִּי

    קוּטְבִּיf. ( קטב) small wine or olive press with a cylindrical beam. Sifra Bhar, Par. 1, ch. I אין עושין זתים בבד ובק׳ (in the Sabbatical year) you must not press olives in a bad (v. בַּד II) or in a kuṭbi; Shebi. VIII, 6 Ms. M. a. Y. ed. (Mish. a. Bab. ed. קוֹטֶב); Y. ib. 38b; Tosef. ib. VI, 27 קתבי (ed. Zuck. קינבי, corr. acc.). Tosef.Toh. X, 22 קתכו (corr. acc.). (In later Hebr. קוטב pole; Arab. polar star.

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  • 472 קול

    קוֹלm. (b. h.; v. קהל) voice, call, sound. Ker.6a; Pes.26a ק׳ מראה וריחוכ׳ the enjoyment of sound, sight or smell does not come under the category of misuse of sacred property (מְעִילָה). Zeb.88b יבא דבר שבק׳ ויכפר על ק׳ הרע let that which is accompanied by sound (the high priests robe) bring atonement for evil sound (evil talk). Gen. R. s. 17 קוֹלָהּ הולך womans voice is penetrating. Pes.56a בק׳ רם in a loud voice, opp. בחשאי. Keth.16a bot. יש לה ק׳ is spoken about, is known among people; a. v. fr.בת ק׳, v. בַּת I.Pl. קוֹלוֹת, constr. קוֹלֵי. Ex. R. s. 5 הקול יוצא ונחלק לשבעים ק׳וכ׳ the voice (of revelation) went forth and was divided into seventy voices corresponding to seventy languages. Ber.15b בקולי ק׳ under loud cries; a. fr. קול מזמסיא, v. מַזְיָא.

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  • 473 קוֹל

    קוֹלm. (b. h.; v. קהל) voice, call, sound. Ker.6a; Pes.26a ק׳ מראה וריחוכ׳ the enjoyment of sound, sight or smell does not come under the category of misuse of sacred property (מְעִילָה). Zeb.88b יבא דבר שבק׳ ויכפר על ק׳ הרע let that which is accompanied by sound (the high priests robe) bring atonement for evil sound (evil talk). Gen. R. s. 17 קוֹלָהּ הולך womans voice is penetrating. Pes.56a בק׳ רם in a loud voice, opp. בחשאי. Keth.16a bot. יש לה ק׳ is spoken about, is known among people; a. v. fr.בת ק׳, v. בַּת I.Pl. קוֹלוֹת, constr. קוֹלֵי. Ex. R. s. 5 הקול יוצא ונחלק לשבעים ק׳וכ׳ the voice (of revelation) went forth and was divided into seventy voices corresponding to seventy languages. Ber.15b בקולי ק׳ under loud cries; a. fr. קול מזמסיא, v. מַזְיָא.

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  • 474 קליפה

    קְלִיפָהf. (קָלַף) 1 peeling, scaling. Pes.76a סגי ליה בק׳ it is sufficiently remedied by paring the surface. Ib. ק׳ מיהא ניבעי let it at least be pared; a. e. 2) scale, husk, skin. Snh.95b שריון ק׳ (= ש׳ קשקשים, 1 Sam. 17:5) a scaly coat of mail. Nidd.III, 2; Tosef. ib. IV, 2 המפלת מין ק׳ an abortion that has the appearance of a mass of membranes. Ohol. VI, 5, sq. כקְלִיפַת השום as thin as the husk of garlic. Ab. Zar.76a עד שתשיר קְלִיפָתָן until the crusty accretion of the vessels falls off (by exposure to heat); a. fr.Bekh.58a כל … כק׳ השוםוכ׳ all Jewish scholars appear to me (as paltry) as the husk of garlic, except (Gen. R. s. 82 קליפת בצלים, v. קְלַף.Pl. קְלִיפוֹת, קְלִיפִים, קְלִיפִין. Tosef.Nidd.IV, 3 כמין קליפין אדומין (masc.); כמין קליפות אדומות the appearance of red membranes. Cant. R. to VI, 11 מה אגוז … שתי ק׳וכ׳ as the nut has two shells Sabb.IX, 5 קְלִיפֵי רמונים shells of pomegranates. Y.Ter.V, end, 43d קילפי איסור (read: קליפי) shells of fobidden fruits. Num. R. s. 12, v. קֶטֶב; a. e.Pes.112b (in Chald. dict.) מאן דמדרך אקליפים (some ed. אקְלִיפַיָּא; Ms. M. אקליפי דבצים) he that treads on egg-shells.(In later mystic literature קליפה, pronounced קְלִיפָּה, a certain class of demons, cmp. Num. R. l. c.

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  • 475 קְלִיפָה

    קְלִיפָהf. (קָלַף) 1 peeling, scaling. Pes.76a סגי ליה בק׳ it is sufficiently remedied by paring the surface. Ib. ק׳ מיהא ניבעי let it at least be pared; a. e. 2) scale, husk, skin. Snh.95b שריון ק׳ (= ש׳ קשקשים, 1 Sam. 17:5) a scaly coat of mail. Nidd.III, 2; Tosef. ib. IV, 2 המפלת מין ק׳ an abortion that has the appearance of a mass of membranes. Ohol. VI, 5, sq. כקְלִיפַת השום as thin as the husk of garlic. Ab. Zar.76a עד שתשיר קְלִיפָתָן until the crusty accretion of the vessels falls off (by exposure to heat); a. fr.Bekh.58a כל … כק׳ השוםוכ׳ all Jewish scholars appear to me (as paltry) as the husk of garlic, except (Gen. R. s. 82 קליפת בצלים, v. קְלַף.Pl. קְלִיפוֹת, קְלִיפִים, קְלִיפִין. Tosef.Nidd.IV, 3 כמין קליפין אדומין (masc.); כמין קליפות אדומות the appearance of red membranes. Cant. R. to VI, 11 מה אגוז … שתי ק׳וכ׳ as the nut has two shells Sabb.IX, 5 קְלִיפֵי רמונים shells of pomegranates. Y.Ter.V, end, 43d קילפי איסור (read: קליפי) shells of fobidden fruits. Num. R. s. 12, v. קֶטֶב; a. e.Pes.112b (in Chald. dict.) מאן דמדרך אקליפים (some ed. אקְלִיפַיָּא; Ms. M. אקליפי דבצים) he that treads on egg-shells.(In later mystic literature קליפה, pronounced קְלִיפָּה, a certain class of demons, cmp. Num. R. l. c.

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  • 476 קלל

    קָלַל(b. h.) ( to swing) to be light, slender, unimportant.Part. קַל. Snh.VI, 5 (ref. to קללת, Deut. 21:23) בזמן … קַלַּנִי מראשיוכ׳ when man suffers punishment, what does the Shekhinah say? ‘I am lighter than my head, than my arm (euphem. for, I feel my head heavy); Y. ib. 23d bot. אנן תנינן קַלֵּינִי (= קל איני) we read ḳalleni, I am not lighter; אית תניי תני קל אני some Tannai reads ḳal ăni; מאן דאמר קליני לית הוא אלא קליל according to him that reads ḳalleni, it is a euphemistic expression for ‘light (i. e. my head is light, I feel giddy; my arm is light, I feel weak); מאן דאמר קלני … נטיל according to the version ḳallani, it is a euphemistic expression for ‘heavy (i. e. my head, my arm is heavy); Bab. ib. 46b Abbayi says כמאן דאמד קל לית (read ḳalleni) as one says, ‘light (I am) not (i. e. I feel heavy, without euphemism)(which is refuted by Raba, who explains the word in question) קליל לי עלמא, v. קַלִּיל II. Hif. הֵיקַל, הֵקַל, הֵקיל I) to lighten. M. Kat. 17b הכביד … מֵיקַלוכ׳ if the mourners hair is too heavy, he may make it lighter with a razor; Y. ib. III, 82a top. Erub.IV, 9 להָקֵל על העשיר to make it easy for the rich man; a. fr.Trnsf. ה׳ ראשו to be irreverent, talk frivolously (v. קַלּוּת). Ber.IX, 5 לא יָקֵל אדם את ראשו כנגדוכ׳ man (a pilgrim coming to Jerusalem) must not behave irreverently in sight of the eastern gate Yalk. Gen. 24 מֵיקֶלֶת ראשה she is frivolous (light-minded); Yalk. Is. 265 מֵקֶילֶת ראש; (Gen. R. s. 18 מיקרת, v. יָקַר). 2) to be lenient; to incline towards the less restrictive practice, opp. החמיר, v. חָמַר I. Y. M. Kat. l. c. הלכה כדברי מי שהוא מיקל the adopted practice follows the opinion of him who is more lenient; Erub.46a, a. fr. כדברי המיקלוכ׳. Yeb.88a הֵיקַלְתָּ עליה, v. חָמַר I. Pes.52b, v. מַגִּיד. Erub. l. c. wherever you find יחיד מיקל ורביםוכ׳ an individual scholar favoring the more lenient practice against several in favor of restriction. Sabb.129a, a. fr. ספק נפשות להָקל where there is a doubt involving the endangering of human life, the more lenient rule is applied; a. fr. 3) to be sparing, beggarly. Ib. כל המיקל … מְקִילִין לו מזוניתיווכ׳ he that stints himself at the meal taken after bloodletting, to him they in heaven will give his sustenance stintingly; a. e. Pi. קִלֵּל ( to diminish, to curse. Keth.VII, 6 מְקַלֶּלֶת, v. יִוֹלֵד. Sabb.62b שאשתו מְקַלַּלְתּוֹ בפניו whom his wife curses in his presence. Pes.87b (ref. to Prov. 30:10 sq.) אפו׳ דור שאביו יְקַלֵּלוכ׳ even if it be a generation of men that curse their father …, do not denounce Yoma 75a ק׳ את הנחשוכ׳ God cursed the serpent, yet it climbs up the roof and finds its food. Sot.11a (expl. ועלה, Ex. 1:10, as euphem. for ועלינו) כאדם שמְקַלֵּל את עצמווכ׳ like a man that wants to curse himself (express an ill omen about himself), and hangs his curse on others. B. Bath.88b הקב״ה בירך … וקִלְּלָןוכ׳ the Lord blessed Israel with the twenty-two letters of the alphabet (from א of אם, Lev. 26:3, to ת of קוממיות, ib. 13), and cursed them with eight letters (from ו of ואם, ib. 14, to ם of נפשם, ib. 43). Snh.70a מתוך שקלקלו … קִלְּלוֹ ברביעי because Ham injured him by (preventing his begetting) a fourth son, he (Noah) cursed him by his fourth son (Canaan). Ib. 91b כל המונע … שבמעי אמן מְקַלְּלִין אותו (not אמו) he that withholds a tradition from his pupil, even the embryos in their mothers womb will curse him; Yalk. Prov. 947; a. fr. Nithpa. נִתְקַלֵּל to be cursed. Ber.61a בתחלה נ׳ … נִתְקַלְּלָהוכ׳ the serpent was cursed first, and then Eve ; Gen. R. s. 20; Erub.18a. Ib. b נתקללה בבל נִתְקַלְּלוּוכ׳ when Babylon was cursed, her neighbors were cursed. Bekh.8a אם מבהמה נתקללהוכ׳ if she (Eve) was cursed (with prolonged pregnancy) more than cattle Ib. נ׳ הוא … אחת לשבע it (the serpent) was cursed seven times more than certain cattle. Ib. נ׳ הוא מחיה (not נתקלקל); a. fr.Tosef.Sot.II, 3 ניקללה ניוולה, Var. ניקל, read: ניקתה בניוולה, v. נָקָה Nif.)

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  • 477 קָלַל

    קָלַל(b. h.) ( to swing) to be light, slender, unimportant.Part. קַל. Snh.VI, 5 (ref. to קללת, Deut. 21:23) בזמן … קַלַּנִי מראשיוכ׳ when man suffers punishment, what does the Shekhinah say? ‘I am lighter than my head, than my arm (euphem. for, I feel my head heavy); Y. ib. 23d bot. אנן תנינן קַלֵּינִי (= קל איני) we read ḳalleni, I am not lighter; אית תניי תני קל אני some Tannai reads ḳal ăni; מאן דאמר קליני לית הוא אלא קליל according to him that reads ḳalleni, it is a euphemistic expression for ‘light (i. e. my head is light, I feel giddy; my arm is light, I feel weak); מאן דאמר קלני … נטיל according to the version ḳallani, it is a euphemistic expression for ‘heavy (i. e. my head, my arm is heavy); Bab. ib. 46b Abbayi says כמאן דאמד קל לית (read ḳalleni) as one says, ‘light (I am) not (i. e. I feel heavy, without euphemism)(which is refuted by Raba, who explains the word in question) קליל לי עלמא, v. קַלִּיל II. Hif. הֵיקַל, הֵקַל, הֵקיל I) to lighten. M. Kat. 17b הכביד … מֵיקַלוכ׳ if the mourners hair is too heavy, he may make it lighter with a razor; Y. ib. III, 82a top. Erub.IV, 9 להָקֵל על העשיר to make it easy for the rich man; a. fr.Trnsf. ה׳ ראשו to be irreverent, talk frivolously (v. קַלּוּת). Ber.IX, 5 לא יָקֵל אדם את ראשו כנגדוכ׳ man (a pilgrim coming to Jerusalem) must not behave irreverently in sight of the eastern gate Yalk. Gen. 24 מֵיקֶלֶת ראשה she is frivolous (light-minded); Yalk. Is. 265 מֵקֶילֶת ראש; (Gen. R. s. 18 מיקרת, v. יָקַר). 2) to be lenient; to incline towards the less restrictive practice, opp. החמיר, v. חָמַר I. Y. M. Kat. l. c. הלכה כדברי מי שהוא מיקל the adopted practice follows the opinion of him who is more lenient; Erub.46a, a. fr. כדברי המיקלוכ׳. Yeb.88a הֵיקַלְתָּ עליה, v. חָמַר I. Pes.52b, v. מַגִּיד. Erub. l. c. wherever you find יחיד מיקל ורביםוכ׳ an individual scholar favoring the more lenient practice against several in favor of restriction. Sabb.129a, a. fr. ספק נפשות להָקל where there is a doubt involving the endangering of human life, the more lenient rule is applied; a. fr. 3) to be sparing, beggarly. Ib. כל המיקל … מְקִילִין לו מזוניתיווכ׳ he that stints himself at the meal taken after bloodletting, to him they in heaven will give his sustenance stintingly; a. e. Pi. קִלֵּל ( to diminish, to curse. Keth.VII, 6 מְקַלֶּלֶת, v. יִוֹלֵד. Sabb.62b שאשתו מְקַלַּלְתּוֹ בפניו whom his wife curses in his presence. Pes.87b (ref. to Prov. 30:10 sq.) אפו׳ דור שאביו יְקַלֵּלוכ׳ even if it be a generation of men that curse their father …, do not denounce Yoma 75a ק׳ את הנחשוכ׳ God cursed the serpent, yet it climbs up the roof and finds its food. Sot.11a (expl. ועלה, Ex. 1:10, as euphem. for ועלינו) כאדם שמְקַלֵּל את עצמווכ׳ like a man that wants to curse himself (express an ill omen about himself), and hangs his curse on others. B. Bath.88b הקב״ה בירך … וקִלְּלָןוכ׳ the Lord blessed Israel with the twenty-two letters of the alphabet (from א of אם, Lev. 26:3, to ת of קוממיות, ib. 13), and cursed them with eight letters (from ו of ואם, ib. 14, to ם of נפשם, ib. 43). Snh.70a מתוך שקלקלו … קִלְּלוֹ ברביעי because Ham injured him by (preventing his begetting) a fourth son, he (Noah) cursed him by his fourth son (Canaan). Ib. 91b כל המונע … שבמעי אמן מְקַלְּלִין אותו (not אמו) he that withholds a tradition from his pupil, even the embryos in their mothers womb will curse him; Yalk. Prov. 947; a. fr. Nithpa. נִתְקַלֵּל to be cursed. Ber.61a בתחלה נ׳ … נִתְקַלְּלָהוכ׳ the serpent was cursed first, and then Eve ; Gen. R. s. 20; Erub.18a. Ib. b נתקללה בבל נִתְקַלְּלוּוכ׳ when Babylon was cursed, her neighbors were cursed. Bekh.8a אם מבהמה נתקללהוכ׳ if she (Eve) was cursed (with prolonged pregnancy) more than cattle Ib. נ׳ הוא … אחת לשבע it (the serpent) was cursed seven times more than certain cattle. Ib. נ׳ הוא מחיה (not נתקלקל); a. fr.Tosef.Sot.II, 3 ניקללה ניוולה, Var. ניקל, read: ניקתה בניוולה, v. נָקָה Nif.)

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  • 478 קצץ

    קָצַץ(b. h.) 1) to cut, fell. Shebi. IV, 10 מותר לקוֹצְצוֹ it is permitted to cut the tree down (in the Sabbatical year). Ib. כמה … ולא יְקוֹצֶּנּוּ (Y. ed. יקצונו, corr. acc.; Bab. ed. יְקוֹצְצוֹ; Ms. M. יִקְצְצֶנּוּ) how much must an olive tree bear so that one dare not cut it down (because it is an act of wilful destruction, Deut. 20:19–20); B. Kam.91b יקצצנו Ms. F. a. R. (later ed. יִקְצְצוֹ; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 10). Ib. נטיעותי קָצַצְתָּ thou hast cut down my young trees; אתה אמרת לי לקוֹצְצָן (not לקוצצו, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 7) thou hast told me to cut them. Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. לָקוֹץ … יָקוֹץ, v. נָתַק. Ib. הקוצץ בקורות he that cuts trunks for beams. Lev. R. s. 23, v. infra:Sifré Deut. 212 (expl. ועשתה, Deut. 21:12) תָּקוֹץ let her cut (her nails). Macc.22a הקוצץ את בהרתו he that cuts off a white spot (suspicious of leprosy, v. קְצִיצָה); Neg. VII, 5 קְצָצָהּ מתכוין if he cut it intentionally. Tosef.Sabb.XI (XII), 3; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 85 (ref. to Dan. 5:1 a. 6:1) והיכן הוא … קוצץ לקוצץ where is Evil Merodach?… (He is left out) in order to join a wicked man to a wicked man, a destroyer to a destroyer. Y.Yeb.II, 4a top קוצץ בן קוצץ a destroyer son of a destroyer (wicked by heredity); Pesik. Sliḥ. p. 167b> אין בישראל קו׳ בן קו׳ there is no hereditary wickedness in Israel. Ex. R. s. 1 וקוץ … שק׳ עצתוכ׳ Koz (1 Chr. 4:8) is Caleb, for he destroyed the counsel of the spies; a. fr. 2) (cmp. קָצַב, גָּזַר) to stipulate, agree upon. Shebu.45b אפי׳ ק׳ נמי let it be the same even if a stipulation has been made (and the amount is in litigation). Ib. אומן … קָצַצְתָּ … לא קָצַצְתִּיוכ׳ if the mechanic says, thou hast stipulated to pay me two (Zuz), and he (the employer) says, I have stipulated one only; a. e.Part. pass. קָצוּץ; f. קְצוּצָח. B. Mets.61b רבית ק׳ stipulated, direct usury, opp. אבק רבית, v. אָבָק Ib. 62b; a. e. Nif. נִקְצָץ 1) to be cut. Neg. l. c. מי … ונִקְצָצָה if one bad a white spot, and it was cut off (accidentally). Nidd.II, 1 תִּקָּצֵץ let the hand be cut off. B. Kam.91b, v. קְצִיצָה; a. fr. 2) to be cut off, excluded. Y.Kidd.I, 60c, a. e., v. קְצָצָח. 3) to be stipulated, definitely assigned. Lev. R. s. 30, beg. מראש השנה נִקְצָצִיןוכ׳ from the beginning of the year the means of support are definitely assigned to men, except, v. קָצַב. Pi. קִיצֵּץ 1) to scrape, cut off; to fell. Pes.56a ק׳ דלתותוכ׳ (2 Kings 18:16) he took the gold off the Temple doors. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. אפי׳ מְקַצֵּץוכ׳ even when cutting lupines. Ib. II, 5c top היה מקצץ כלוכ׳ he cut down all he had planted. Pesik. R. s. 31 ומְקַצְּצִים, v. רָצַץ. Cant. R. to II, 2 לקַצְּצוֹ; Lev. R. s. 23 לָקוֹצּוֹ, v. קַצָּץ.Esp. ק׳ בנטיעות ( to cut down the shoots in the garden of religion, to be hostile to religion, corrupt the youths; to be a heretic. Ḥag.14b; Y. ib. II, 77b top, v. נְטִיעָה. Cant. R. to I, 4 כיצד ק׳ בנ׳ in what way did he manifest his hostility to religion! Gen. R. s. 19 לא תעשה … וִיקַצֵּץוכ׳ make not the fence (around the religious laws) more important than the essentials, lest it fall down and ruin the shoots. 2) to stipulate. Shebi. IV, 1 ואין … שיְקַצֵּץ להם מזונות (R. S. שיִקְצוֹץ) it is unnecessary to say, that he must not stipulate to give them their food (for their work). Hif. הֵקֵיץ to cut off, deduct. Sifré Num. 8 ומֵקֵיץ מכתובתה he may deduct (his outlay for her) from her jointure.

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  • 479 קָצַץ

    קָצַץ(b. h.) 1) to cut, fell. Shebi. IV, 10 מותר לקוֹצְצוֹ it is permitted to cut the tree down (in the Sabbatical year). Ib. כמה … ולא יְקוֹצֶּנּוּ (Y. ed. יקצונו, corr. acc.; Bab. ed. יְקוֹצְצוֹ; Ms. M. יִקְצְצֶנּוּ) how much must an olive tree bear so that one dare not cut it down (because it is an act of wilful destruction, Deut. 20:19–20); B. Kam.91b יקצצנו Ms. F. a. R. (later ed. יִקְצְצוֹ; v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 10). Ib. נטיעותי קָצַצְתָּ thou hast cut down my young trees; אתה אמרת לי לקוֹצְצָן (not לקוצצו, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 7) thou hast told me to cut them. Y.Shebi.IV, 35b bot. לָקוֹץ … יָקוֹץ, v. נָתַק. Ib. הקוצץ בקורות he that cuts trunks for beams. Lev. R. s. 23, v. infra:Sifré Deut. 212 (expl. ועשתה, Deut. 21:12) תָּקוֹץ let her cut (her nails). Macc.22a הקוצץ את בהרתו he that cuts off a white spot (suspicious of leprosy, v. קְצִיצָה); Neg. VII, 5 קְצָצָהּ מתכוין if he cut it intentionally. Tosef.Sabb.XI (XII), 3; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 85 (ref. to Dan. 5:1 a. 6:1) והיכן הוא … קוצץ לקוצץ where is Evil Merodach?… (He is left out) in order to join a wicked man to a wicked man, a destroyer to a destroyer. Y.Yeb.II, 4a top קוצץ בן קוצץ a destroyer son of a destroyer (wicked by heredity); Pesik. Sliḥ. p. 167b> אין בישראל קו׳ בן קו׳ there is no hereditary wickedness in Israel. Ex. R. s. 1 וקוץ … שק׳ עצתוכ׳ Koz (1 Chr. 4:8) is Caleb, for he destroyed the counsel of the spies; a. fr. 2) (cmp. קָצַב, גָּזַר) to stipulate, agree upon. Shebu.45b אפי׳ ק׳ נמי let it be the same even if a stipulation has been made (and the amount is in litigation). Ib. אומן … קָצַצְתָּ … לא קָצַצְתִּיוכ׳ if the mechanic says, thou hast stipulated to pay me two (Zuz), and he (the employer) says, I have stipulated one only; a. e.Part. pass. קָצוּץ; f. קְצוּצָח. B. Mets.61b רבית ק׳ stipulated, direct usury, opp. אבק רבית, v. אָבָק Ib. 62b; a. e. Nif. נִקְצָץ 1) to be cut. Neg. l. c. מי … ונִקְצָצָה if one bad a white spot, and it was cut off (accidentally). Nidd.II, 1 תִּקָּצֵץ let the hand be cut off. B. Kam.91b, v. קְצִיצָה; a. fr. 2) to be cut off, excluded. Y.Kidd.I, 60c, a. e., v. קְצָצָח. 3) to be stipulated, definitely assigned. Lev. R. s. 30, beg. מראש השנה נִקְצָצִיןוכ׳ from the beginning of the year the means of support are definitely assigned to men, except, v. קָצַב. Pi. קִיצֵּץ 1) to scrape, cut off; to fell. Pes.56a ק׳ דלתותוכ׳ (2 Kings 18:16) he took the gold off the Temple doors. Y.Ber.VIII, 12a bot. אפי׳ מְקַצֵּץוכ׳ even when cutting lupines. Ib. II, 5c top היה מקצץ כלוכ׳ he cut down all he had planted. Pesik. R. s. 31 ומְקַצְּצִים, v. רָצַץ. Cant. R. to II, 2 לקַצְּצוֹ; Lev. R. s. 23 לָקוֹצּוֹ, v. קַצָּץ.Esp. ק׳ בנטיעות ( to cut down the shoots in the garden of religion, to be hostile to religion, corrupt the youths; to be a heretic. Ḥag.14b; Y. ib. II, 77b top, v. נְטִיעָה. Cant. R. to I, 4 כיצד ק׳ בנ׳ in what way did he manifest his hostility to religion! Gen. R. s. 19 לא תעשה … וִיקַצֵּץוכ׳ make not the fence (around the religious laws) more important than the essentials, lest it fall down and ruin the shoots. 2) to stipulate. Shebi. IV, 1 ואין … שיְקַצֵּץ להם מזונות (R. S. שיִקְצוֹץ) it is unnecessary to say, that he must not stipulate to give them their food (for their work). Hif. הֵקֵיץ to cut off, deduct. Sifré Num. 8 ומֵקֵיץ מכתובתה he may deduct (his outlay for her) from her jointure.

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  • 480 קרא

    קַרָאm. (preced.) a Biblical scholar, Bible teacher. Kidd.49a אבל אמר לה ק׳ אנאוכ׳ but if he said to her, (thou art betrothed unto me under the condition that) I am a Biblical scholar, she is not betrothed unless he can read the Pentateuch, Prophets and Hagiographa correctly (understandingly), contrad. to קַרְיָנָא. Ber.30b, a. e. ר׳ חנינא ק׳ R. Ḥanina, the Bible teacher.Pl. (h. form) קַרָאִים; (ch.) קַרָאֵי. Pesik. Shubah, p. 165b> ק׳ טיביםוכ׳ good Bible teachers, good preachers, like Levi ; Yalk. Hos. 533. Ab Zar.40a מתלתא ק׳ שמיע לי (Ar. קיראי) I have it from three authorities (as reliable as the Scriptures, Rashi).V. קַרָיָיא.Meg.24b in Mish. דרך הקראים, a censorial change for המינות, as in Mish. ed. IV, 8, a. Ms. M., v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.In later literature קראים Karaites, a Jewish sect recognizing the Bible as sole authority.

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