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  • 1 אמר את המילה האחרונה

    said the last word

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  • 2 נִי׳ III, m. (סכך) weaving manipulation. Sabb.96b בני׳ בתרא (Ms. M. מִסְכָא) at the last manipulation (when the weaver throws the clue through the web for the last time).

    נֵסֶלv. נִיסֵל.

    Jewish literature > נִי׳ III, m. (סכך) weaving manipulation. Sabb.96b בני׳ בתרא (Ms. M. מִסְכָא) at the last manipulation (when the weaver throws the clue through the web for the last time).

  • 3 קפד זנבו

    take off the last letter of the word

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  • 4 ביצה

    בֵּיצָהf. (b. h.; בּוּץ, בִּצְבֵּץ) 1) ( the bubbling, egg. Bets.I, 1; a. fr.Sabb.VIII, 5 (80b) ב׳ קלה a light (easily boiling) egg. 2) an egg-shaped object, ball, lump. Ib. בֵּיצַת הגיר Ar. (ed. הסיד) cement (lime) in a lump; Tosef. ib. VIII (IX), 20 בזמן שביצה, Var. שהיא כביצה, when it is as compact as a ball, opp. חבוט.Par.V, 6; Lev. R. s. 23, end ביצת היוצרים the potters lump of clay. 3) trnsf. germ, root, esp. קעקע ב׳ to stamp out, to exterminate (the last germ). Y.Ab. Zar. IV, 44a top. Lev. R. s. 26. Ib. s. 11; Ruth R. (introd.) to I, 2; Esth. R. beg.; v. בֵּיעָא pl. 4) Betsah, name of a Talmudic treatise, beginning with that word (in Tosefta יום טוב).Pl. בֵּיצִים, בֵּצִים, constr. בֵּיצֵי. Sabb.VIII, 5; a. fr.Ab. Zar.3b; a. e. ביצי כנים, v. כִּינָּהY.Snh.XI, 30b bot., (read as) Cant. R. to II, 5 פתפותי בצים הם כאן scrambled eggs are here, i. e. confusion of persons. Y.Shebi.V, 35d bot. עשה ביצים a. עשה ביצה if the leek has formed bulbs. Ib. VII, 37b bot. ביצי נץ חלב, v. חַלְבֵּצִין.

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  • 5 בֵּיצָה

    בֵּיצָהf. (b. h.; בּוּץ, בִּצְבֵּץ) 1) ( the bubbling, egg. Bets.I, 1; a. fr.Sabb.VIII, 5 (80b) ב׳ קלה a light (easily boiling) egg. 2) an egg-shaped object, ball, lump. Ib. בֵּיצַת הגיר Ar. (ed. הסיד) cement (lime) in a lump; Tosef. ib. VIII (IX), 20 בזמן שביצה, Var. שהיא כביצה, when it is as compact as a ball, opp. חבוט.Par.V, 6; Lev. R. s. 23, end ביצת היוצרים the potters lump of clay. 3) trnsf. germ, root, esp. קעקע ב׳ to stamp out, to exterminate (the last germ). Y.Ab. Zar. IV, 44a top. Lev. R. s. 26. Ib. s. 11; Ruth R. (introd.) to I, 2; Esth. R. beg.; v. בֵּיעָא pl. 4) Betsah, name of a Talmudic treatise, beginning with that word (in Tosefta יום טוב).Pl. בֵּיצִים, בֵּצִים, constr. בֵּיצֵי. Sabb.VIII, 5; a. fr.Ab. Zar.3b; a. e. ביצי כנים, v. כִּינָּהY.Snh.XI, 30b bot., (read as) Cant. R. to II, 5 פתפותי בצים הם כאן scrambled eggs are here, i. e. confusion of persons. Y.Shebi.V, 35d bot. עשה ביצים a. עשה ביצה if the leek has formed bulbs. Ib. VII, 37b bot. ביצי נץ חלב, v. חַלְבֵּצִין.

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  • 6 כתב

    כְּתָבm. (b. h.; preced.) writing, writ; character. Ab. V, 6; Pes.54a; Sifré Deut. 355 (of things created in the last hour of the sixth day) הכתב והמִכְתָּב the art of writing and the writing on the tablets (Ex. 32:16; Rashi to Pes. l. c. והמְכַתֵּב and the pencil); Mekh. Bshall., Vayassa, s.5 only כתב. Ab. Zar.10a אין להם לא כ׳ ולא לשון they (the Romans) have neither (original) types nor language; Gitt.80a (of פרסיים!). Y.Meg.I, 71b bot., v. אַשּׁוּרִי. Snh.21b; Meg.8b כ׳ עברי(ת), v. לִיבּוֹנָאָה. (Ib. עד שיכתבנו בכתב אשורית, strike out בכתב, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l., a. Meg.9a.תורה שֶׁבִּכְּ׳ written Law, opp. שבעל פה. Yoma 28b; a. fr.Meg.18b שלא מן הכ׳ without a written copy, from memory.Pes.21b, a. e. דברים כִּכְתָבָןוכ׳וכ׳ construe the Biblical words as they are written (Deut. 14:21), to the resident stranger give it as a present, to the foreigner sell it.כְּתַב יד signature. Keth.II, 3 sq.; a. fr.Tosef.B. Kam.VII, 4 כ׳ היכר יד שלו.Gen. R. s. 48 בכל מקום … הכ׳ רבה על הנקודה אתה דורש את הכ׳וכ׳ wherever you find in the Biblical text the plain writing, i. e. the number of undotted letters in a word, prevailing over the number of the dotted, yon must interpret the undotted (ignoring the dotted); where the dotted prevail, you must interpret the dotted, e. g. א̇לי̇ו̇ (Gen. 18:9) read אַיּוֹ, where is he (Abraham)?; ib. s. 78; Cant. R. to VII, 5.Tosef.Meg.IV (III), 41 (ref. to 2 Kings 10:27 מחראות) קורין אותו ככְתָבוֹ we read it as it is written (not as emended in the Kri); a. fr.Pl. כְּתָבִים, כְּתָבִין. Tanḥ Masé 1; Num. R. s. 23, beg. כ׳ רעים מן המלכות government papers containing orders of hard measures against the Jews. Esth. R. introd. כְּתָבָיו של מלך royal decrees. Ex. R. s. 20 עד שילמוד בני כ׳ (some ed. כתובין) until my son shall have studied documents; a. e.

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  • 7 כְּתָב

    כְּתָבm. (b. h.; preced.) writing, writ; character. Ab. V, 6; Pes.54a; Sifré Deut. 355 (of things created in the last hour of the sixth day) הכתב והמִכְתָּב the art of writing and the writing on the tablets (Ex. 32:16; Rashi to Pes. l. c. והמְכַתֵּב and the pencil); Mekh. Bshall., Vayassa, s.5 only כתב. Ab. Zar.10a אין להם לא כ׳ ולא לשון they (the Romans) have neither (original) types nor language; Gitt.80a (of פרסיים!). Y.Meg.I, 71b bot., v. אַשּׁוּרִי. Snh.21b; Meg.8b כ׳ עברי(ת), v. לִיבּוֹנָאָה. (Ib. עד שיכתבנו בכתב אשורית, strike out בכתב, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l., a. Meg.9a.תורה שֶׁבִּכְּ׳ written Law, opp. שבעל פה. Yoma 28b; a. fr.Meg.18b שלא מן הכ׳ without a written copy, from memory.Pes.21b, a. e. דברים כִּכְתָבָןוכ׳וכ׳ construe the Biblical words as they are written (Deut. 14:21), to the resident stranger give it as a present, to the foreigner sell it.כְּתַב יד signature. Keth.II, 3 sq.; a. fr.Tosef.B. Kam.VII, 4 כ׳ היכר יד שלו.Gen. R. s. 48 בכל מקום … הכ׳ רבה על הנקודה אתה דורש את הכ׳וכ׳ wherever you find in the Biblical text the plain writing, i. e. the number of undotted letters in a word, prevailing over the number of the dotted, yon must interpret the undotted (ignoring the dotted); where the dotted prevail, you must interpret the dotted, e. g. א̇לי̇ו̇ (Gen. 18:9) read אַיּוֹ, where is he (Abraham)?; ib. s. 78; Cant. R. to VII, 5.Tosef.Meg.IV (III), 41 (ref. to 2 Kings 10:27 מחראות) קורין אותו ככְתָבוֹ we read it as it is written (not as emended in the Kri); a. fr.Pl. כְּתָבִים, כְּתָבִין. Tanḥ Masé 1; Num. R. s. 23, beg. כ׳ רעים מן המלכות government papers containing orders of hard measures against the Jews. Esth. R. introd. כְּתָבָיו של מלך royal decrees. Ex. R. s. 20 עד שילמוד בני כ׳ (some ed. כתובין) until my son shall have studied documents; a. e.

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  • 8 פטר

    פָּטַר(b. h.) 1) to break through, open. Bekh.VIII, 1 (46a) (ref. to Ex. 13:2) עד שיִפְטְרוּ רחם מישראל (not שיפטרוה) provided they open the womb when the mother is an Israelite (although she conceived before her conversion); ib. 47a. 2) to send off, discharge, dismiss. Keth.XIII, 5, a. fr. או כנוס או פְּטוֹר (the betrothed has a right to say) either marry or release (me by divorce). Gitt.VI, 5 פִּטְרוּהָ … לא אמר כלום if one says to friends, ‘release her … he has said nothing (they are not authorized to write a letter of divorce, as it might mean, release her of her debts); ib. 65b ר׳ נתן אומר פַּטְּרוּהָ דבריו קיימין פִּיטָרוּהָ לא אמר כלום R. N. says, if he said paṭṭruha (Pi.), his words stand (a divorce is meant), but if he says piṭruha ( Kal) Ib. ר׳ נתן דבבלאה … בין פיטרוה לפטרוהוכ׳ R. N. who is a Babylonian, draws a distinction between piṭruha and paṭṭruha; our Tannai (in the Mishnah) being a Palestinian does not Ib. VIII, 4. פּוֹטֵר … בגט ישן a man may divorce his wife with an old letter of divorce (having been closeted with her after he had written it); Tosef. ib. VIII (VI), 3 אינו פוטרוכ׳ he must not divorce with an old letter, in order that the letter of divorce may not date farther back than (the conception of) her child; a. fr. 3) to dismiss, give leave, let go. Sot.IX, 6 ופְטַרְנוּהוּ בלא מזון and we let him (the stranger) go without provision. Midr. Till. to Ps. 91 מי גרול הפּוֹטֵר או הנִפְטָר which is the superior of the two? he who gives leave, or he who takes leave? Ib. (ref. to Gen. 32:27) הרי יעקב פוטר למלאך behold, Jacob gives leave to the angel; a. fr. 4) (law) to discharge, acquit; (ritual) to exempt from obligation, to declare free from punishment, eventually from sacrificial atonement, opp. חִיֵּיב. Erub.65a יכול אני לִפְטוֹרוכ׳ I can (by my plea) release from judgment the whole world (all Israelites) from the destruction of the Temple to the present time, for we read (Is. 51:21), Hear now this, thou afflicted and drunken (a drunken person is irresponsible); ib. מאי יכולני לפטור נמי מדין תפלה this ‘I can release means also from responsibility for neglect of prayer (the drunken not being permitted to pray). Succ.45b. Sabb.II, 5 ר׳ יוסי פוטר בכלןוכ׳ R. J. declares (him that did it) free from punishment or eventual sacrifice in all those cases, except Ker.IV, 2 ר׳ יהושע פוטר R. J. absolves him from bringing a sin-offering, opp. מחייב חטאת. Snh.V, 5 אם מצאו לו זכות פְּטָרוּהוּ if they found evidence in his favor, they (the court) acquitted him; a. v. fr.Trnsf. to cause exemption; to cover, include. Ber.VI, 5 ברך על היין … פ׳ את הייןוכ׳ if he recited the blessing over wine before the meal, he has therewith exempted the wine offered after the meal (from an additional blessing). Ib. 7 מברך על העיקר ופוטר את הטפלה he says the blessing over the chief dish, and with this he covers that which goes with it (v. טְפֵלָה). Yeb.I, 1 חמש … פּוֹטְרוֹת צרותיהן fifteen women (of various kinship with the yabam, by which he is prevented from marrying any of them) cover their rivals (making them free from dependence on the yabam for marriage or discharge); a. fr.Part. pass. פָּטוּר; f. פְּטוּרָה; pl. פְּטוּרִים, פְּטוּרִין; פְּטוּרוֹת (is, are) exempt, free, opp. חַיָּיב. Peah I, 6 ופ׳ מן המעשרותוכ׳ and he need not give the tithes, until B. Mets.VIII, 1 פ׳ (sub. מלשלם) he is free from indemnity. Ib. VII, 10 מתנה … להיות פ׳ משבועה may have an agreement to be eventually exempt from making oath; להיות פ׳ מלשלם to be exempt from responsibility. Kidd.I, 7 כל מצות הבן על האב … ונשים פ׳ to all paternal duties men are bound, but women (mothers) are exempt from them. Yeb.I, 2 כשם שבתו פ׳ כך צרתה פ׳ as well as his (the yabams) daughter is exempt (from the law of levirate marriage, because the yabam cannot marry her), so her rival is exempt; a. v. fr. Pi. פִּיטֵּר to dismiss; to divorce. Gitt.65b, v. supra. Kidd.31b פַּטְּרוּנִי dismiss (escort) me; a. e. Nif. נִפְטָר, Hithpa. הִתְפַטֵּר 1) to be exempted, freed. Bekh.II, 1 לא נִפְטְרוּ מבכורוכ׳ they (the Levites) have not been exempted from consecrating the firstborn of clean animals, but only from redeeming their firstborn sons and the firstborn of asses; a. e. 2) to be dismissed, take leave, depart. Yoma I, 5 נפטרו והלכו להם they took leave and went. Sot.IX, 5. Ber.64a הנ׳ מחבירווכ׳ he who leaves his friend (after escorting him a distance) must not say, ‘go in peace, but, ‘go to peace; הנ׳ מן המתוכ׳ he who takes leave of the dead (after burial) Ib. 31a; Erub.64a לא יִפָּטֵר אדםוכ׳ one must not leave a friend otherwise than with a word of tradition (on legal or religious subjects), by which he may remember him; a. fr.Esp. to depart this world, to die. Ber.17a גדל בשם טוב ונ׳ בשם טוב מן העולם who grew (lived) with a good name, and left the world with a good name. Tem.16a בשעהשנ׳ משה רבינו לגן עדן when Moses our teacher was to depart for paradise. Gen. R. s. 96; a. fr.Yalk. Koh. 989 בשעה … מִתְפַּטְּרִיםוכ׳ when the children are dismissed from school. Hif. הִפְטִיר 1) to discard; ה׳ בשפה to discard with the lip, to spurn. Pesik. R. s. 37 מחרקין … ומַפְטִירִים בשפתותיהם gnashed their teeth … and spurned with their lips (ref. to Ps. 22:8). Treat. Der. Er. ch. 2 מפְטִירֵי שפה (= מפטירין בשפה). 2) to dismiss, adjourn a meeting. Y.Ber.IV, 7d top הַפְטֵר את העם dismiss the people (adjourn the meeting). M. Kat. 5b, v. בָּכָה. Ḥull.51a מַפְטִיר כנסיות one who dismisses the assemblies, janitor, v. כְּנֶסֶת.Pes.X, 8, v. אֶפִּיקוֹמָן; a. e. 3) ( to recite before dismissal, to conclude the reading from the Law by reading a portion of the Prophets, to read the Hafṭarah (v. הַפְטָרָה). Meg.IV, 1 בשני … ואין מַפְטִירִין בנביא on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday afternoons three persons read from the Law …, and we do not close with a lesson from the Prophets. Ib. 5 המפטיר בנביא הואוכ׳ he who concludes with the prophetic lesson (being the last of those called up) has the privilege of, v. פָּרַס; a. fr.

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  • 9 פָּטַר

    פָּטַר(b. h.) 1) to break through, open. Bekh.VIII, 1 (46a) (ref. to Ex. 13:2) עד שיִפְטְרוּ רחם מישראל (not שיפטרוה) provided they open the womb when the mother is an Israelite (although she conceived before her conversion); ib. 47a. 2) to send off, discharge, dismiss. Keth.XIII, 5, a. fr. או כנוס או פְּטוֹר (the betrothed has a right to say) either marry or release (me by divorce). Gitt.VI, 5 פִּטְרוּהָ … לא אמר כלום if one says to friends, ‘release her … he has said nothing (they are not authorized to write a letter of divorce, as it might mean, release her of her debts); ib. 65b ר׳ נתן אומר פַּטְּרוּהָ דבריו קיימין פִּיטָרוּהָ לא אמר כלום R. N. says, if he said paṭṭruha (Pi.), his words stand (a divorce is meant), but if he says piṭruha ( Kal) Ib. ר׳ נתן דבבלאה … בין פיטרוה לפטרוהוכ׳ R. N. who is a Babylonian, draws a distinction between piṭruha and paṭṭruha; our Tannai (in the Mishnah) being a Palestinian does not Ib. VIII, 4. פּוֹטֵר … בגט ישן a man may divorce his wife with an old letter of divorce (having been closeted with her after he had written it); Tosef. ib. VIII (VI), 3 אינו פוטרוכ׳ he must not divorce with an old letter, in order that the letter of divorce may not date farther back than (the conception of) her child; a. fr. 3) to dismiss, give leave, let go. Sot.IX, 6 ופְטַרְנוּהוּ בלא מזון and we let him (the stranger) go without provision. Midr. Till. to Ps. 91 מי גרול הפּוֹטֵר או הנִפְטָר which is the superior of the two? he who gives leave, or he who takes leave? Ib. (ref. to Gen. 32:27) הרי יעקב פוטר למלאך behold, Jacob gives leave to the angel; a. fr. 4) (law) to discharge, acquit; (ritual) to exempt from obligation, to declare free from punishment, eventually from sacrificial atonement, opp. חִיֵּיב. Erub.65a יכול אני לִפְטוֹרוכ׳ I can (by my plea) release from judgment the whole world (all Israelites) from the destruction of the Temple to the present time, for we read (Is. 51:21), Hear now this, thou afflicted and drunken (a drunken person is irresponsible); ib. מאי יכולני לפטור נמי מדין תפלה this ‘I can release means also from responsibility for neglect of prayer (the drunken not being permitted to pray). Succ.45b. Sabb.II, 5 ר׳ יוסי פוטר בכלןוכ׳ R. J. declares (him that did it) free from punishment or eventual sacrifice in all those cases, except Ker.IV, 2 ר׳ יהושע פוטר R. J. absolves him from bringing a sin-offering, opp. מחייב חטאת. Snh.V, 5 אם מצאו לו זכות פְּטָרוּהוּ if they found evidence in his favor, they (the court) acquitted him; a. v. fr.Trnsf. to cause exemption; to cover, include. Ber.VI, 5 ברך על היין … פ׳ את הייןוכ׳ if he recited the blessing over wine before the meal, he has therewith exempted the wine offered after the meal (from an additional blessing). Ib. 7 מברך על העיקר ופוטר את הטפלה he says the blessing over the chief dish, and with this he covers that which goes with it (v. טְפֵלָה). Yeb.I, 1 חמש … פּוֹטְרוֹת צרותיהן fifteen women (of various kinship with the yabam, by which he is prevented from marrying any of them) cover their rivals (making them free from dependence on the yabam for marriage or discharge); a. fr.Part. pass. פָּטוּר; f. פְּטוּרָה; pl. פְּטוּרִים, פְּטוּרִין; פְּטוּרוֹת (is, are) exempt, free, opp. חַיָּיב. Peah I, 6 ופ׳ מן המעשרותוכ׳ and he need not give the tithes, until B. Mets.VIII, 1 פ׳ (sub. מלשלם) he is free from indemnity. Ib. VII, 10 מתנה … להיות פ׳ משבועה may have an agreement to be eventually exempt from making oath; להיות פ׳ מלשלם to be exempt from responsibility. Kidd.I, 7 כל מצות הבן על האב … ונשים פ׳ to all paternal duties men are bound, but women (mothers) are exempt from them. Yeb.I, 2 כשם שבתו פ׳ כך צרתה פ׳ as well as his (the yabams) daughter is exempt (from the law of levirate marriage, because the yabam cannot marry her), so her rival is exempt; a. v. fr. Pi. פִּיטֵּר to dismiss; to divorce. Gitt.65b, v. supra. Kidd.31b פַּטְּרוּנִי dismiss (escort) me; a. e. Nif. נִפְטָר, Hithpa. הִתְפַטֵּר 1) to be exempted, freed. Bekh.II, 1 לא נִפְטְרוּ מבכורוכ׳ they (the Levites) have not been exempted from consecrating the firstborn of clean animals, but only from redeeming their firstborn sons and the firstborn of asses; a. e. 2) to be dismissed, take leave, depart. Yoma I, 5 נפטרו והלכו להם they took leave and went. Sot.IX, 5. Ber.64a הנ׳ מחבירווכ׳ he who leaves his friend (after escorting him a distance) must not say, ‘go in peace, but, ‘go to peace; הנ׳ מן המתוכ׳ he who takes leave of the dead (after burial) Ib. 31a; Erub.64a לא יִפָּטֵר אדםוכ׳ one must not leave a friend otherwise than with a word of tradition (on legal or religious subjects), by which he may remember him; a. fr.Esp. to depart this world, to die. Ber.17a גדל בשם טוב ונ׳ בשם טוב מן העולם who grew (lived) with a good name, and left the world with a good name. Tem.16a בשעהשנ׳ משה רבינו לגן עדן when Moses our teacher was to depart for paradise. Gen. R. s. 96; a. fr.Yalk. Koh. 989 בשעה … מִתְפַּטְּרִיםוכ׳ when the children are dismissed from school. Hif. הִפְטִיר 1) to discard; ה׳ בשפה to discard with the lip, to spurn. Pesik. R. s. 37 מחרקין … ומַפְטִירִים בשפתותיהם gnashed their teeth … and spurned with their lips (ref. to Ps. 22:8). Treat. Der. Er. ch. 2 מפְטִירֵי שפה (= מפטירין בשפה). 2) to dismiss, adjourn a meeting. Y.Ber.IV, 7d top הַפְטֵר את העם dismiss the people (adjourn the meeting). M. Kat. 5b, v. בָּכָה. Ḥull.51a מַפְטִיר כנסיות one who dismisses the assemblies, janitor, v. כְּנֶסֶת.Pes.X, 8, v. אֶפִּיקוֹמָן; a. e. 3) ( to recite before dismissal, to conclude the reading from the Law by reading a portion of the Prophets, to read the Hafṭarah (v. הַפְטָרָה). Meg.IV, 1 בשני … ואין מַפְטִירִין בנביא on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday afternoons three persons read from the Law …, and we do not close with a lesson from the Prophets. Ib. 5 המפטיר בנביא הואוכ׳ he who concludes with the prophetic lesson (being the last of those called up) has the privilege of, v. פָּרַס; a. fr.

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  • 10 פסק

    פָּסַק(b. h. פָּשַׂק) (to separate, part, distribute, 1) to divide, split, interrupt. Taan.27b; Meg.22a פּוֹסֵק the reader divides (one verse), i. e. the first reads two verses and a half, leaving the other half to be read by his successor. Ib. לא התיר לי לִפְסוֹקוכ׳ he permitted me to cut a verse in two only in teaching the school children. Ib. 31b במשנה תורה פוסק the chapter in Deuteronomy containing the curses (Deut. 28:15–69) may be divided (to be read by two or more); a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 10 כיון שפסקה; Yalk. ib. 16 שפוסקה, v. פָּתַק.Part. pass. פָּסוּק; f. פְּסוּקָה. Ḥull.III, 3 פְּסוּקַת הגרגרת, v. גַּרְגֶּרֶת. 2) (denom. of פָּסוּק) to recite a verse. Ḥag.15a, sq. פְּסוֹק לי פְּסוּקְךָ (interch. with Chald. פסוק לי פסוקיך) recite to me thy Bible verse (recently learned). 3) (cmp. חָתַךְ, גָּזַר) to apportion, assign; to provide; to promise, agree. Keth.65a אין פּוֹסְקִין יינות לאשה in decreeing alimentation for a woman we do not provide for wine. Ib. כך תִּפְסְקוּ לבנותיכם so much (and no more) may ye grant to your daughters. Ib. 107a פוסקין מזונות לאשת איש the court assigns alimentation (from the estate) to a deserted wife. Ib. V, 8 לא פ׳ … אלאוכ׳ only R. Y. decreed barley as a part of alimentation, because he lived near Edom. Ib. פוסק לעומתןוכ׳ he must give her, v. עוּמָּה. Ib. VI, 2 הפוסק מעות לחתנו if a man agrees to pay a certain amount to his intended son-in-law (on the date of marriage). Ib. 3 פָּסְקָה להכניס … הוא פוסקוכ׳ if she promises to bring to him one thousand Denars, he must assign to her (as settlement in the Kthubah) fifteen Manehs. Tosef. ib. XIII (XII), 1 אם פָּסְקוּ לה … מה שפסקו פסקו if the court has granted her (alimentation), what they have granted, is granted. Ib. פסקה היא לעצמה (not על עצמה) if she herself has promised (to bring her husband a certain sum, and now her father refuses to give it). Ib. אבה פ׳ עליוכ׳ my father has promised for me; what can I do (if he retracts)?; Keth.XIII, 5. Y.Kidd.IV, 65c top פּוֹסְקֵי צדקה ברביםוכ׳ those who subscribe to a charity in public and refuse to pay; Taan.8b; a. v. fr. 4) to fix a price; to buy on time. Gitt.58a אפדנו בכל ממון שפוסקין עליו I will redeem him for any price that they may set on him. B. Mets.V, 7 אין פוסקין … עד שיצא השער you dare not fix a price on crops (buy on time), until the market price has been published. Ib. יצא השער פוסקין ואע״פ שאין לזה יש לזה (missing in Y. ed.) when the market price is out, you may buy, for although he (the seller) has no goods as yet, others have. Ib. פוסק עמו על הגדיש, v. גָּדִיש; a. v. fr. 5) פ׳ דברים ( to split words, to argue. Snh.44b פיסקון שפוסק דברים כלפי מעלה Gabriel is surnamed Pisḳon, because he argues with the Lord. 6) (neut. verb) to be cut off; to cease, be stopped. Sot.IX, 9 משרבו … פסקו המים המרים … הפסיקן when the faithless men became frequent, the application of the waters of jealousy ceased, and it was R. J. ben Z. that abolished them. Ib. 12 פסקו אנשי אמונה the men of faith ceased to exist. Tanḥ. Shmoth 16 אין אותה מצוה פוֹסֶקֶת מביתו that good deed shall never cease from (being practiced in) his house. Gen. R. s. 52 פסקו העוברים והשבים travellers ceased to pass by; a. v. fr. Nif. נִפְסַק to be split, cut in two, broken. Tosef.B. Kam. XI, 15; B. Kam. 119b הנ׳ במגירה chips at planing, v. גָּרַר I. Ḥull.III, 1 נשברה השדרה ונ׳ החוט שלה if the spinal column is broken and the spinal cord severed. Sabb.112a סנדל שנִפְסְקוּ שתי אזניו a sandal, both ears (loops) of which are torn off; Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. IV, 5 שנִתְפַּסְּקוּ; Kel. XXVI, 4; a. fr.Tosef.Mikv.III, 5, sq. ונפסקו, v. פָּתַק. Hif. הִפְסִיק 1) to separate, sever connection; to form a partition. Sot.38b אפי׳ מחיצה … אינה מַפְסֶקֶת ביןוכ׳ not even an iron wall forms a partition between Israel and his father in heaven (worshippers form a congregation even if separated by a partition); Pes.85b. Peah. I, 2 ואלו מַפְסִיקִין לפאה the following things form a division of fields with regard to Peah: a brook Ab. Zar.52a אתה׳ הענין the word eth (before ĕlohehem Deut. 12:2) divides the subject (so as not to allow an analogy between idolatrous utensils and the idols themselves), v. next w.; a. fr. 2) to interrupt; to cause to cease; to leave off; to pause. Ber.II, 2 בין ויאמר לאמת ויציב לא יַפְסִיק between the last portion of the Sh‘mʿa (Num. 15:37–41) and ‘Ĕmeth Vyatsib one must not pause (interrupt the prayer to greet a person). Ib. 14a במגילה מהו שיפסיק may one interrupt ones self during the reading of the Mgillah? (Ib. also פּוֹסֵק Kal. Ib. 5:1. Ex. R. s. 2 עם כל הנביאיםה׳ מלדבר … לאה׳ מימיו with all other prophets the Lord ceased from speaking at times, but with Moses he never ceased. Taan.30a סעודה המַפְסִיק בה the meal with which one ceases (the last meal before beginning to fast, called סעודה המַפְסֶקֶת). Y.Nidd.I, 49c והִפְסִיקָה שלש עונות and ceased (to have menstruation) for three periods. Meg.III, 6 אין מַפְסִיקִין בקללותוכ׳ in reading the curses (Lev. 26:14–44; Deut. 28:15–69) you must not break off, but one person must read the whole Ib. 31b מקום שמפסיקין בשבתוכ׳ where they leave off reading on Sabbath morning, there they continue in the afternoon Sot.IX, 9, v. supra. Gen. R. s. 52, beg. מה אני מפסיק צדקה מביתי shall I allow charity to cease in my house (to fall into desuetude from want of opportunity)?; a. fr. 3) to cut sprays off, trim, v. פָּסַג. 4) to dam. Tosef.Par.V (IV), 9 מפסיק ומנגב he makes a dam (cuts off the influx) and lays the cavity dry. Pi. פִּיסֵּק 1) to trim. Tosef.B. Kam. XI, 18, v. פָּסַג. 2) to interrupt.Part. pass. מְפוּסָּק; pl. מְפוּסָּקִין. Y.Pes.X, 37c; Y.Sabb.VIII, beg.11a מהו לשתותן מפ׳ how about drinking them (the four cups of the Passover evening) in pauses (sipping)?, v. פִּיסָּק. 3) to cut down, ruin; to cut to pieces. Pesik. Naḥ., p. 128a> קיצצוהו ופִיסְּקוּהוּ they cut it down and ruined it (the vineyard). Lam. R. to IV, 15 והיתה … עליהן ומְפַסַּקְתָּן the carriage passed over them and dismembered them; Pesik. Vattom., p. 133b> ומפסקתה (corr. acc.); Yalk. Is. 266 והיתה … עליה ומְפַסַּקְתָּהּ; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְפַּסֵּק, Nithpa. נִתְפַּסֵּק 1) to be severed. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. IV, 5, v. supra. 2) (sub. בעינים, cmp. קרץ, Prov. 10:10; 6:13) to blink. Deut. R. s. 5 עשה עצמו מִתְפַּסֵּק he pretended to be blinking (Y.Sot.I, 16d bot., a. e. עבד גרמיה חשש בעייניה).

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  • 11 פָּסַק

    פָּסַק(b. h. פָּשַׂק) (to separate, part, distribute, 1) to divide, split, interrupt. Taan.27b; Meg.22a פּוֹסֵק the reader divides (one verse), i. e. the first reads two verses and a half, leaving the other half to be read by his successor. Ib. לא התיר לי לִפְסוֹקוכ׳ he permitted me to cut a verse in two only in teaching the school children. Ib. 31b במשנה תורה פוסק the chapter in Deuteronomy containing the curses (Deut. 28:15–69) may be divided (to be read by two or more); a. fr.(Gen. R. s. 10 כיון שפסקה; Yalk. ib. 16 שפוסקה, v. פָּתַק.Part. pass. פָּסוּק; f. פְּסוּקָה. Ḥull.III, 3 פְּסוּקַת הגרגרת, v. גַּרְגֶּרֶת. 2) (denom. of פָּסוּק) to recite a verse. Ḥag.15a, sq. פְּסוֹק לי פְּסוּקְךָ (interch. with Chald. פסוק לי פסוקיך) recite to me thy Bible verse (recently learned). 3) (cmp. חָתַךְ, גָּזַר) to apportion, assign; to provide; to promise, agree. Keth.65a אין פּוֹסְקִין יינות לאשה in decreeing alimentation for a woman we do not provide for wine. Ib. כך תִּפְסְקוּ לבנותיכם so much (and no more) may ye grant to your daughters. Ib. 107a פוסקין מזונות לאשת איש the court assigns alimentation (from the estate) to a deserted wife. Ib. V, 8 לא פ׳ … אלאוכ׳ only R. Y. decreed barley as a part of alimentation, because he lived near Edom. Ib. פוסק לעומתןוכ׳ he must give her, v. עוּמָּה. Ib. VI, 2 הפוסק מעות לחתנו if a man agrees to pay a certain amount to his intended son-in-law (on the date of marriage). Ib. 3 פָּסְקָה להכניס … הוא פוסקוכ׳ if she promises to bring to him one thousand Denars, he must assign to her (as settlement in the Kthubah) fifteen Manehs. Tosef. ib. XIII (XII), 1 אם פָּסְקוּ לה … מה שפסקו פסקו if the court has granted her (alimentation), what they have granted, is granted. Ib. פסקה היא לעצמה (not על עצמה) if she herself has promised (to bring her husband a certain sum, and now her father refuses to give it). Ib. אבה פ׳ עליוכ׳ my father has promised for me; what can I do (if he retracts)?; Keth.XIII, 5. Y.Kidd.IV, 65c top פּוֹסְקֵי צדקה ברביםוכ׳ those who subscribe to a charity in public and refuse to pay; Taan.8b; a. v. fr. 4) to fix a price; to buy on time. Gitt.58a אפדנו בכל ממון שפוסקין עליו I will redeem him for any price that they may set on him. B. Mets.V, 7 אין פוסקין … עד שיצא השער you dare not fix a price on crops (buy on time), until the market price has been published. Ib. יצא השער פוסקין ואע״פ שאין לזה יש לזה (missing in Y. ed.) when the market price is out, you may buy, for although he (the seller) has no goods as yet, others have. Ib. פוסק עמו על הגדיש, v. גָּדִיש; a. v. fr. 5) פ׳ דברים ( to split words, to argue. Snh.44b פיסקון שפוסק דברים כלפי מעלה Gabriel is surnamed Pisḳon, because he argues with the Lord. 6) (neut. verb) to be cut off; to cease, be stopped. Sot.IX, 9 משרבו … פסקו המים המרים … הפסיקן when the faithless men became frequent, the application of the waters of jealousy ceased, and it was R. J. ben Z. that abolished them. Ib. 12 פסקו אנשי אמונה the men of faith ceased to exist. Tanḥ. Shmoth 16 אין אותה מצוה פוֹסֶקֶת מביתו that good deed shall never cease from (being practiced in) his house. Gen. R. s. 52 פסקו העוברים והשבים travellers ceased to pass by; a. v. fr. Nif. נִפְסַק to be split, cut in two, broken. Tosef.B. Kam. XI, 15; B. Kam. 119b הנ׳ במגירה chips at planing, v. גָּרַר I. Ḥull.III, 1 נשברה השדרה ונ׳ החוט שלה if the spinal column is broken and the spinal cord severed. Sabb.112a סנדל שנִפְסְקוּ שתי אזניו a sandal, both ears (loops) of which are torn off; Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. IV, 5 שנִתְפַּסְּקוּ; Kel. XXVI, 4; a. fr.Tosef.Mikv.III, 5, sq. ונפסקו, v. פָּתַק. Hif. הִפְסִיק 1) to separate, sever connection; to form a partition. Sot.38b אפי׳ מחיצה … אינה מַפְסֶקֶת ביןוכ׳ not even an iron wall forms a partition between Israel and his father in heaven (worshippers form a congregation even if separated by a partition); Pes.85b. Peah. I, 2 ואלו מַפְסִיקִין לפאה the following things form a division of fields with regard to Peah: a brook Ab. Zar.52a אתה׳ הענין the word eth (before ĕlohehem Deut. 12:2) divides the subject (so as not to allow an analogy between idolatrous utensils and the idols themselves), v. next w.; a. fr. 2) to interrupt; to cause to cease; to leave off; to pause. Ber.II, 2 בין ויאמר לאמת ויציב לא יַפְסִיק between the last portion of the Sh‘mʿa (Num. 15:37–41) and ‘Ĕmeth Vyatsib one must not pause (interrupt the prayer to greet a person). Ib. 14a במגילה מהו שיפסיק may one interrupt ones self during the reading of the Mgillah? (Ib. also פּוֹסֵק Kal. Ib. 5:1. Ex. R. s. 2 עם כל הנביאיםה׳ מלדבר … לאה׳ מימיו with all other prophets the Lord ceased from speaking at times, but with Moses he never ceased. Taan.30a סעודה המַפְסִיק בה the meal with which one ceases (the last meal before beginning to fast, called סעודה המַפְסֶקֶת). Y.Nidd.I, 49c והִפְסִיקָה שלש עונות and ceased (to have menstruation) for three periods. Meg.III, 6 אין מַפְסִיקִין בקללותוכ׳ in reading the curses (Lev. 26:14–44; Deut. 28:15–69) you must not break off, but one person must read the whole Ib. 31b מקום שמפסיקין בשבתוכ׳ where they leave off reading on Sabbath morning, there they continue in the afternoon Sot.IX, 9, v. supra. Gen. R. s. 52, beg. מה אני מפסיק צדקה מביתי shall I allow charity to cease in my house (to fall into desuetude from want of opportunity)?; a. fr. 3) to cut sprays off, trim, v. פָּסַג. 4) to dam. Tosef.Par.V (IV), 9 מפסיק ומנגב he makes a dam (cuts off the influx) and lays the cavity dry. Pi. פִּיסֵּק 1) to trim. Tosef.B. Kam. XI, 18, v. פָּסַג. 2) to interrupt.Part. pass. מְפוּסָּק; pl. מְפוּסָּקִין. Y.Pes.X, 37c; Y.Sabb.VIII, beg.11a מהו לשתותן מפ׳ how about drinking them (the four cups of the Passover evening) in pauses (sipping)?, v. פִּיסָּק. 3) to cut down, ruin; to cut to pieces. Pesik. Naḥ., p. 128a> קיצצוהו ופִיסְּקוּהוּ they cut it down and ruined it (the vineyard). Lam. R. to IV, 15 והיתה … עליהן ומְפַסַּקְתָּן the carriage passed over them and dismembered them; Pesik. Vattom., p. 133b> ומפסקתה (corr. acc.); Yalk. Is. 266 והיתה … עליה ומְפַסַּקְתָּהּ; a. e. Hithpa. הִתְפַּסֵּק, Nithpa. נִתְפַּסֵּק 1) to be severed. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. IV, 5, v. supra. 2) (sub. בעינים, cmp. קרץ, Prov. 10:10; 6:13) to blink. Deut. R. s. 5 עשה עצמו מִתְפַּסֵּק he pretended to be blinking (Y.Sot.I, 16d bot., a. e. עבד גרמיה חשש בעייניה).

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  • 12 קטבוליא

    קָטָבוֹלְיָא, קָטָבוֹלְיָה,(קָטָבְלָא) קָטָבְלְיָא f. (corresp. to a word καταβολία; cmp. κατάβλημα) a ( leather) curtain, spread, cover. Kel. XVI, 4 ק׳ the hide spread over the bed-frame. Tosef.Sabb.III (IV), 17 קיטבליא חדשה (Var. קטבליא, טבלה) a new leather spread; Y. ib. VI, 8a קטיבלייא; Tosef.Ter.X, 11 קיטבילא ed. Zuck. (Var. קטבוליא); Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. קטבי. Kel. XXVI, 5 ( 6) עור קטבוליא Mish. ed. (Talm. ed. קטבולין) the hide which is used as a spread. B. Mets.90b פרס לה קיטבליא ע׳׳ג דישה (Ms. M. קטביל׳; Ms. F. קיטבליא) if he spread a leather cover over the grain to be threshed (preventing the ox from eating); a. e.Pl. (fr. קָטַבְלִי καταβολή) קָטָבְלָאוֹת, קָטַבְלָיוֹת. Shek. III, 4 מחפה בק׳ (Ms. M. קיטבל׳) he covered (last years contributions) with leather spreads. Y. ib. III, end, 47c שמט את הקטבליו׳ (ed. Krot. הקטבליי; Bab. ed. קטבליאות; Ms. M. קיטבלאות) when the covers are removed; Tosef. ib. II, 4 שמנו ק׳ (corr. acc.).

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  • 13 קָטָבוֹלְיָא

    קָטָבוֹלְיָא, קָטָבוֹלְיָה,(קָטָבְלָא) קָטָבְלְיָא f. (corresp. to a word καταβολία; cmp. κατάβλημα) a ( leather) curtain, spread, cover. Kel. XVI, 4 ק׳ the hide spread over the bed-frame. Tosef.Sabb.III (IV), 17 קיטבליא חדשה (Var. קטבליא, טבלה) a new leather spread; Y. ib. VI, 8a קטיבלייא; Tosef.Ter.X, 11 קיטבילא ed. Zuck. (Var. קטבוליא); Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. קטבי. Kel. XXVI, 5 ( 6) עור קטבוליא Mish. ed. (Talm. ed. קטבולין) the hide which is used as a spread. B. Mets.90b פרס לה קיטבליא ע׳׳ג דישה (Ms. M. קטביל׳; Ms. F. קיטבליא) if he spread a leather cover over the grain to be threshed (preventing the ox from eating); a. e.Pl. (fr. קָטַבְלִי καταβολή) קָטָבְלָאוֹת, קָטַבְלָיוֹת. Shek. III, 4 מחפה בק׳ (Ms. M. קיטבל׳) he covered (last years contributions) with leather spreads. Y. ib. III, end, 47c שמט את הקטבליו׳ (ed. Krot. הקטבליי; Bab. ed. קטבליאות; Ms. M. קיטבלאות) when the covers are removed; Tosef. ib. II, 4 שמנו ק׳ (corr. acc.).

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  • 14 קָטָבוֹלְיָה

    קָטָבוֹלְיָא, קָטָבוֹלְיָה,(קָטָבְלָא) קָטָבְלְיָא f. (corresp. to a word καταβολία; cmp. κατάβλημα) a ( leather) curtain, spread, cover. Kel. XVI, 4 ק׳ the hide spread over the bed-frame. Tosef.Sabb.III (IV), 17 קיטבליא חדשה (Var. קטבליא, טבלה) a new leather spread; Y. ib. VI, 8a קטיבלייא; Tosef.Ter.X, 11 קיטבילא ed. Zuck. (Var. קטבוליא); Y.Snh.X, 28a bot. קטבי. Kel. XXVI, 5 ( 6) עור קטבוליא Mish. ed. (Talm. ed. קטבולין) the hide which is used as a spread. B. Mets.90b פרס לה קיטבליא ע׳׳ג דישה (Ms. M. קטביל׳; Ms. F. קיטבליא) if he spread a leather cover over the grain to be threshed (preventing the ox from eating); a. e.Pl. (fr. קָטַבְלִי καταβολή) קָטָבְלָאוֹת, קָטַבְלָיוֹת. Shek. III, 4 מחפה בק׳ (Ms. M. קיטבל׳) he covered (last years contributions) with leather spreads. Y. ib. III, end, 47c שמט את הקטבליו׳ (ed. Krot. הקטבליי; Bab. ed. קטבליאות; Ms. M. קיטבלאות) when the covers are removed; Tosef. ib. II, 4 שמנו ק׳ (corr. acc.).

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  • 15 שנה II

    שָׁנָהII f. (b. h.; ישן, y. Halévy, Revue des Et. Juives XI, 1885, p. 6 4) year. Ber.55a שלשה … ש׳ טובהוכ׳ three things must be prayed for: a good king, a good year, and a good dream. R. Hash. I, 1, a. fr. ראש הש׳, v. רא̇ש. Ib. 2a עלתה לו ש׳ it is counted as one year of his reign (his second year begins). Y.Yoma V, 42c top; Bab. ib. 53b, v. גָּשַׁם. Ib. 39b אותה ש׳ … בש׳ זו הוא מת (on the Day of Atonement of) the year in which Simon the righteous died, he said to them, in this year he (euphem. for I) shall die. Snh.97a; Ab. Zar.9a ששת אלפים ש׳וכ׳ the world will last six thousand years. Naz.5a אותה ש׳ … שנת עשרוכ׳ the year in which they asked for a king was the tenth year of office of Samuel Par. I, 1 בת שְׁנָתָהּ in her first year; a. v. fr.Pl. שָׁנִים, constr. שְׁנוֹת (שְׁנֵי). Naz. l. c. ימים שאין עמהן ש׳ ‘days in the Scriptures to which the word ‘years is not attached; זה שיש עמו ש׳ this passage (Gen. 41:1) where ‘years is combined with days. Yoma 71a (ref. to Prov. 3:2) וכי יש ש׳ של חיים ויש ש׳ שאינןוכ׳ are there years of life, and years of no life? אלו שְׁנוֹתָיו של אדםוכ׳ those are a mans years which are changed for him from evil to good. Sabb.89b (ref. to כשנים, Is. 1:18) אם יהיו חטאיכם כש׳ הללווכ׳ if your sins were as many as the years that have been arranged and have come down from the six days of creation until now, they shall become white ; Yalk. Is. 256; Y.Sabb.IX, 12a bot. כש׳ שביןוכ׳ as the years (required for travelling) between the heaven and the earth; כשְׁנֵי אבות as the years of the patriarchs; a. v. fr.ביכת הש׳ (the blessing of the harvests of the year) birkhath hash-shanim, the ninth section of the Prayer of Benedictions (תְּפִלָּה). Ber.29a, v. שְׁאֵלָה. Taan.2a; a. fr.

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  • 16 שָׁנָה

    שָׁנָהII f. (b. h.; ישן, y. Halévy, Revue des Et. Juives XI, 1885, p. 6 4) year. Ber.55a שלשה … ש׳ טובהוכ׳ three things must be prayed for: a good king, a good year, and a good dream. R. Hash. I, 1, a. fr. ראש הש׳, v. רא̇ש. Ib. 2a עלתה לו ש׳ it is counted as one year of his reign (his second year begins). Y.Yoma V, 42c top; Bab. ib. 53b, v. גָּשַׁם. Ib. 39b אותה ש׳ … בש׳ זו הוא מת (on the Day of Atonement of) the year in which Simon the righteous died, he said to them, in this year he (euphem. for I) shall die. Snh.97a; Ab. Zar.9a ששת אלפים ש׳וכ׳ the world will last six thousand years. Naz.5a אותה ש׳ … שנת עשרוכ׳ the year in which they asked for a king was the tenth year of office of Samuel Par. I, 1 בת שְׁנָתָהּ in her first year; a. v. fr.Pl. שָׁנִים, constr. שְׁנוֹת (שְׁנֵי). Naz. l. c. ימים שאין עמהן ש׳ ‘days in the Scriptures to which the word ‘years is not attached; זה שיש עמו ש׳ this passage (Gen. 41:1) where ‘years is combined with days. Yoma 71a (ref. to Prov. 3:2) וכי יש ש׳ של חיים ויש ש׳ שאינןוכ׳ are there years of life, and years of no life? אלו שְׁנוֹתָיו של אדםוכ׳ those are a mans years which are changed for him from evil to good. Sabb.89b (ref. to כשנים, Is. 1:18) אם יהיו חטאיכם כש׳ הללווכ׳ if your sins were as many as the years that have been arranged and have come down from the six days of creation until now, they shall become white ; Yalk. Is. 256; Y.Sabb.IX, 12a bot. כש׳ שביןוכ׳ as the years (required for travelling) between the heaven and the earth; כשְׁנֵי אבות as the years of the patriarchs; a. v. fr.ביכת הש׳ (the blessing of the harvests of the year) birkhath hash-shanim, the ninth section of the Prayer of Benedictions (תְּפִלָּה). Ber.29a, v. שְׁאֵלָה. Taan.2a; a. fr.

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  • 17 אבישי

    n. Avishay (first name, last name)

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  • 18 אבראקדאברה

    interj. abracadabra, word used when performing a magic trick

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  • 19 אברקדברא

    interj. abracadabra, word used when performing a magic trick

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  • 20 אומר ועושה

    man of action; as good as his word, reliable

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