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to be placed wide apart

  • 1 רווח

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

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  • 2 רוח

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

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  • 3 רָוַוח

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

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  • 4 רָוַח

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

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  • 5 פזר

    פָּזַר(b. h.; cmp. בָּזַר) to scatter, disperse. Part. pass. פָּזוּר; f. פְּזוּרָה; pl. פְּזוּרִים, פְּזוּרִין; פְּזוּרוֹת. Num. R. s. 7, end וכשהן פ׳ שכינה עמהם and when they (the Israelites) are scattered, the Divine Presence is with them; a. e.Ex. R. s. 15 היו פוזרין, read: חוזרין, v. Tanḥ. Hayé 3. Pi. פִּיזֵּר same. Tosef.Ber.VII (VI), 24 בשעת … פַּזֵּר ובשעת המְפַזְּרִיןוכ׳, v. כָּנַס. B. Bath.10b יְפַזֵּר מעותיו לעניים let him scatter his money (give liberally) among the poor. Pes.87b (ref. to צדקת פרזונו, Jud. 5:11) צדקה … שפִּזְּרָןוכ׳ (or שפְּזָרָן Kal) the Lord has done kindness to Israel in scattering it among the nations. B. Bath.10a רוח מְפַזַּרְתָּן the wind disperses them (the clouds). Midr. Sam. ch. XXV אם מְפַזֵּר הוא דברים whether he would scatter abroad (divulge) the affairs, v. קוּסְדַּרְיוֹת; a. e.Part. pass. מְפוּזָּר; f. מְפוּזֶּרֶת; pl. מְפוּזָּרִים, מְפוּזָּרִין; מְפוּזָּרוֹת. Neg. IV, 3 במפ׳ when the hairs on the leprous spot are wide apart, opp. מכונס, v. כָּנַס. Meg.13b מפ׳ הן בין העמים they are scattered among the nations (of the kingdom), v. פָּרַד. Tbul Yom II, 3 אם היה מפ׳וכ׳ if the garlic was scattered in the mortar; a. fr. Nif. נִפְזָר, Hithpa. הִתְפַּזֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְפַּזֵּר to be scattered, dispersed. Tosef.Sot.II, 3 מנחתה נִפְזֶרֶת אביתוכ׳ ed. Zuck. (Var. מִתְפַּזֶּרֶת בבית) her meal-offering is strewn on the ashes; Y. ib. III, 18d; Sifré Num. 17. Sabb.16b ונִתְפַּזְּרוּוכ׳ and the clouds were dispersed and then gathered again. Gen. R. s. 36; a. fr.

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  • 6 פָּזַר

    פָּזַר(b. h.; cmp. בָּזַר) to scatter, disperse. Part. pass. פָּזוּר; f. פְּזוּרָה; pl. פְּזוּרִים, פְּזוּרִין; פְּזוּרוֹת. Num. R. s. 7, end וכשהן פ׳ שכינה עמהם and when they (the Israelites) are scattered, the Divine Presence is with them; a. e.Ex. R. s. 15 היו פוזרין, read: חוזרין, v. Tanḥ. Hayé 3. Pi. פִּיזֵּר same. Tosef.Ber.VII (VI), 24 בשעת … פַּזֵּר ובשעת המְפַזְּרִיןוכ׳, v. כָּנַס. B. Bath.10b יְפַזֵּר מעותיו לעניים let him scatter his money (give liberally) among the poor. Pes.87b (ref. to צדקת פרזונו, Jud. 5:11) צדקה … שפִּזְּרָןוכ׳ (or שפְּזָרָן Kal) the Lord has done kindness to Israel in scattering it among the nations. B. Bath.10a רוח מְפַזַּרְתָּן the wind disperses them (the clouds). Midr. Sam. ch. XXV אם מְפַזֵּר הוא דברים whether he would scatter abroad (divulge) the affairs, v. קוּסְדַּרְיוֹת; a. e.Part. pass. מְפוּזָּר; f. מְפוּזֶּרֶת; pl. מְפוּזָּרִים, מְפוּזָּרִין; מְפוּזָּרוֹת. Neg. IV, 3 במפ׳ when the hairs on the leprous spot are wide apart, opp. מכונס, v. כָּנַס. Meg.13b מפ׳ הן בין העמים they are scattered among the nations (of the kingdom), v. פָּרַד. Tbul Yom II, 3 אם היה מפ׳וכ׳ if the garlic was scattered in the mortar; a. fr. Nif. נִפְזָר, Hithpa. הִתְפַּזֵּר, Nithpa. נִתְפַּזֵּר to be scattered, dispersed. Tosef.Sot.II, 3 מנחתה נִפְזֶרֶת אביתוכ׳ ed. Zuck. (Var. מִתְפַּזֶּרֶת בבית) her meal-offering is strewn on the ashes; Y. ib. III, 18d; Sifré Num. 17. Sabb.16b ונִתְפַּזְּרוּוכ׳ and the clouds were dispersed and then gathered again. Gen. R. s. 36; a. fr.

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  • 7 פסע

    פְּסַעch. sam( 1) same. Hor.13b בזמן שרבים … מַפְסִיעִין עלוכ׳ when the public need their services, they may force their way Taan.10b אל תַּפְסִיעוּ פסיעה גסהוכ׳ never march with hasty steps, and bring the sun into town (enter before sunset); a. e. to make cross-stitches), to walk with legs wide apart, waddle. Targ. 2 Sam. 20:8 (h. text ותפל!), v. פְּסִיעַ.Pes.111b האי מאן דפ׳ אדיקלא (Ms. M. דמִיפְּסַע Ithpe.) he who steps over a (young) date palm.V. פְּצֵי. Pa. פַּסַּע to step heavily, pompously. Yeb.105b אגב יוקריה הוה מְפַסַּע ואזיל on account of his heavy build he stepped in and walked (through the assembled students, making the impression of haughtiness), v. preced.Y.Ber.II, 4c bot. והוה … מְפַסַּעוכ׳ and R. J. stepped upon the graves.

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  • 8 פְּסַע

    פְּסַעch. sam( 1) same. Hor.13b בזמן שרבים … מַפְסִיעִין עלוכ׳ when the public need their services, they may force their way Taan.10b אל תַּפְסִיעוּ פסיעה גסהוכ׳ never march with hasty steps, and bring the sun into town (enter before sunset); a. e. to make cross-stitches), to walk with legs wide apart, waddle. Targ. 2 Sam. 20:8 (h. text ותפל!), v. פְּסִיעַ.Pes.111b האי מאן דפ׳ אדיקלא (Ms. M. דמִיפְּסַע Ithpe.) he who steps over a (young) date palm.V. פְּצֵי. Pa. פַּסַּע to step heavily, pompously. Yeb.105b אגב יוקריה הוה מְפַסַּע ואזיל on account of his heavy build he stepped in and walked (through the assembled students, making the impression of haughtiness), v. preced.Y.Ber.II, 4c bot. והוה … מְפַסַּעוכ׳ and R. J. stepped upon the graves.

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  • 9 רצף

    רָצַף(b. h.; cmp. רָצַם) 1) to press, crush. Nidd.14a שמש רְצָפָהּ the membrum may have crushed it.Part. pass. רָצוּף; f. רְצוּפָה; pl. רְצוּפִים, רְצוּפִין; רְצוּפוֹת. Ib. מאכולתר׳ a crushed louse. 2) (cmp. כָּתַת a. denom.) to join closely, to place in rows; to pave with blocks. Ohol. XVIII, 5 הרוֹצֵף … באבנים if one paves an unclean field (v. פְּרָס) with stones. Y.Orl.I, beg.60c במשנה … לעצים ברוצף when he changes the usual order of planting; if he wants to use them for fuel, he plants the trees close together,, opp. משפה planting wide apart. Y.Kil.III, 28d bot. רוצף he who plants vegetables in a row, opp. עושה קלחים יחידים; a. e.Part. pass. as ab. Esth. R. to I, 6 היה ביתור׳וכ׳ his house was paved with precious stones and jewels. Neg. XI, 9 השתי אם היהר׳ if the warp (on the loom) is close (the threads being properly arranged). B. Bath.29a שלש … שאבלןר׳ by the three years of which they; speak is meant that he had the undisturbed usufruct for three years in succession, opp. מפוזרות. Ib. 37b אכלןר׳ if he has had the usufruct of trees planted close together in rows (which shows that they were intended to be transplanted when grown older). Ib. מכרןר׳וכ׳ if he sold closely planted trees, the buyer cannot claim the soil. Y.M. Kat. I, 80c top, a. e. ר׳, opp. מרווחין, v. רָוַוח Y.Gitt.VIII, end, 49d כר׳ when the signatures are close together, opp. מסורגין, v. סָרַג. Treat. Sofrim I, 10, v. סָרַג; a. fr.Trnsf. crowded, stuffed. Cant. R. to IV, 4; Gen. R. s. 32; a. fr., v. רֵיקָן. Nif. נִרְצַף to be squeezed, crushed. Nidd.25b, v. רָצַם. Bets.28b שפודשנ׳) (Ms. M. שנרצם, corr. acc.) a roasting spit which has been squeezed and bent, contrad. to נרצם.Tosef.M. Kat. I, 2 מרצפין ed. Zuck., read: מרבצין or מרביצין, v. רָבַץ.

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  • 10 רָצַף

    רָצַף(b. h.; cmp. רָצַם) 1) to press, crush. Nidd.14a שמש רְצָפָהּ the membrum may have crushed it.Part. pass. רָצוּף; f. רְצוּפָה; pl. רְצוּפִים, רְצוּפִין; רְצוּפוֹת. Ib. מאכולתר׳ a crushed louse. 2) (cmp. כָּתַת a. denom.) to join closely, to place in rows; to pave with blocks. Ohol. XVIII, 5 הרוֹצֵף … באבנים if one paves an unclean field (v. פְּרָס) with stones. Y.Orl.I, beg.60c במשנה … לעצים ברוצף when he changes the usual order of planting; if he wants to use them for fuel, he plants the trees close together,, opp. משפה planting wide apart. Y.Kil.III, 28d bot. רוצף he who plants vegetables in a row, opp. עושה קלחים יחידים; a. e.Part. pass. as ab. Esth. R. to I, 6 היה ביתור׳וכ׳ his house was paved with precious stones and jewels. Neg. XI, 9 השתי אם היהר׳ if the warp (on the loom) is close (the threads being properly arranged). B. Bath.29a שלש … שאבלןר׳ by the three years of which they; speak is meant that he had the undisturbed usufruct for three years in succession, opp. מפוזרות. Ib. 37b אכלןר׳ if he has had the usufruct of trees planted close together in rows (which shows that they were intended to be transplanted when grown older). Ib. מכרןר׳וכ׳ if he sold closely planted trees, the buyer cannot claim the soil. Y.M. Kat. I, 80c top, a. e. ר׳, opp. מרווחין, v. רָוַוח Y.Gitt.VIII, end, 49d כר׳ when the signatures are close together, opp. מסורגין, v. סָרַג. Treat. Sofrim I, 10, v. סָרַג; a. fr.Trnsf. crowded, stuffed. Cant. R. to IV, 4; Gen. R. s. 32; a. fr., v. רֵיקָן. Nif. נִרְצַף to be squeezed, crushed. Nidd.25b, v. רָצַם. Bets.28b שפודשנ׳) (Ms. M. שנרצם, corr. acc.) a roasting spit which has been squeezed and bent, contrad. to נרצם.Tosef.M. Kat. I, 2 מרצפין ed. Zuck., read: מרבצין or מרביצין, v. רָבַץ.

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  • 11 שפי

    שפי, שָׁפָהI (b. h.; cmp. שוּף II) 1) to crush.Part. pass. שָׁפוּי, pl. שְׁפוּיִין crushed, humble, contrite (= b. h. דַּכָּא). Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9 עניו וש׳ humble and contrite; Tosef.Snh.VII, 1 וש׳ (only); Y. ib. I, 19c. Gen. R. s. 60 דווין וש׳ Ar. (ed. ושפופין) broken down and crushed (poor); a. e. 2) to rub, smooth, plane.Part. pass, as ab. a) smooth. Koh. R. to XII, 14 two paths אחד ש׳ ואחד מלאוכ׳ one smooth, and the other full of thorns and pebbles.Yalk. Gen. 62 בור ש׳ (Snh.109a שָׁאפֵי; Ar. שפת, corr. acc.) a smooth (blank, empty) pit, v. בּוֹרְסִיף.b) (cmp. חָלָק) unimpaired, unscathed. Gen. R. s. 45, v. רָתַק. Pi. שִׁפָּה, שִׁי׳ 1) to plane, saw, trim. Ḥull.125a קולית שש׳וכ׳ a thigh-bone which one sawed through lengthwise. Ab. Zar.42a ישראל שש׳ ע״ווכ׳ if an Israelite chipped off an idol whether for his own purpose (to use the wood) or for its sake (to improve its appearance). Ib. 49b. Y.Gitt.V, 47a bot. גזלו ושִׁיפָּהוּ if he took a block by force and planed it. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. III, 1 שפת הימנהוכ׳ (read: שפה) if he filed off a part of it and made of it ; a. e.Part. pass. מְשוּפֶּה; pl. מְשוּפִּים, מְשוּפִּין. Y. Gitt. l. c. גזלו מש׳ if he took it planed. Y.Succ.I, 52c top במש׳ לכלים (not בכלים) when the boards are planed preparatory to making them into utensils; a. e. 2) to smooth, polish, Kel. XIV, 5 משיְשַׁפֶּנּוּ Ar.; Ned.56b משיְשַׁפֵּם, v. שוּף II.Trnsf. to pacify, give satisfaction. Y.B. Mets.V, 10b המבטל … חייב לשַׁפּוֹת לו if a tenant or an agent neglects his neighbors field, he must indemnify him; ib. IX, beg.12a. 3) to leave smooth places, (cmp. חָלַק Hif.) to plant wide apart. Y.Orl.I, beg.60c לקורות במְשַׁפֶּה (or במַשְׁפֶּה Hif.) when he plants the trees wide apart, it is an indication that he wants to raise them for beams, opp. רָצַף. B. Bath.V, 4 הגדילו לא יְשַׁפֶּה (or יַשְׁפֶּה) if they (the trees bought in a persons field) grew large, he (the owner of the field) has no right to smooth the field (cut the trees down). Ib. הגדילו ישפה when they are grown large, he (the owner of the trees) may cut them (in order to use the ground they occupy); a. e.

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  • 12 שפה I

    שפי, שָׁפָהI (b. h.; cmp. שוּף II) 1) to crush.Part. pass. שָׁפוּי, pl. שְׁפוּיִין crushed, humble, contrite (= b. h. דַּכָּא). Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9 עניו וש׳ humble and contrite; Tosef.Snh.VII, 1 וש׳ (only); Y. ib. I, 19c. Gen. R. s. 60 דווין וש׳ Ar. (ed. ושפופין) broken down and crushed (poor); a. e. 2) to rub, smooth, plane.Part. pass, as ab. a) smooth. Koh. R. to XII, 14 two paths אחד ש׳ ואחד מלאוכ׳ one smooth, and the other full of thorns and pebbles.Yalk. Gen. 62 בור ש׳ (Snh.109a שָׁאפֵי; Ar. שפת, corr. acc.) a smooth (blank, empty) pit, v. בּוֹרְסִיף.b) (cmp. חָלָק) unimpaired, unscathed. Gen. R. s. 45, v. רָתַק. Pi. שִׁפָּה, שִׁי׳ 1) to plane, saw, trim. Ḥull.125a קולית שש׳וכ׳ a thigh-bone which one sawed through lengthwise. Ab. Zar.42a ישראל שש׳ ע״ווכ׳ if an Israelite chipped off an idol whether for his own purpose (to use the wood) or for its sake (to improve its appearance). Ib. 49b. Y.Gitt.V, 47a bot. גזלו ושִׁיפָּהוּ if he took a block by force and planed it. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. III, 1 שפת הימנהוכ׳ (read: שפה) if he filed off a part of it and made of it ; a. e.Part. pass. מְשוּפֶּה; pl. מְשוּפִּים, מְשוּפִּין. Y. Gitt. l. c. גזלו מש׳ if he took it planed. Y.Succ.I, 52c top במש׳ לכלים (not בכלים) when the boards are planed preparatory to making them into utensils; a. e. 2) to smooth, polish, Kel. XIV, 5 משיְשַׁפֶּנּוּ Ar.; Ned.56b משיְשַׁפֵּם, v. שוּף II.Trnsf. to pacify, give satisfaction. Y.B. Mets.V, 10b המבטל … חייב לשַׁפּוֹת לו if a tenant or an agent neglects his neighbors field, he must indemnify him; ib. IX, beg.12a. 3) to leave smooth places, (cmp. חָלַק Hif.) to plant wide apart. Y.Orl.I, beg.60c לקורות במְשַׁפֶּה (or במַשְׁפֶּה Hif.) when he plants the trees wide apart, it is an indication that he wants to raise them for beams, opp. רָצַף. B. Bath.V, 4 הגדילו לא יְשַׁפֶּה (or יַשְׁפֶּה) if they (the trees bought in a persons field) grew large, he (the owner of the field) has no right to smooth the field (cut the trees down). Ib. הגדילו ישפה when they are grown large, he (the owner of the trees) may cut them (in order to use the ground they occupy); a. e.

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  • 13 שָׁפָה

    שפי, שָׁפָהI (b. h.; cmp. שוּף II) 1) to crush.Part. pass. שָׁפוּי, pl. שְׁפוּיִין crushed, humble, contrite (= b. h. דַּכָּא). Tosef.Ḥag.II, 9 עניו וש׳ humble and contrite; Tosef.Snh.VII, 1 וש׳ (only); Y. ib. I, 19c. Gen. R. s. 60 דווין וש׳ Ar. (ed. ושפופין) broken down and crushed (poor); a. e. 2) to rub, smooth, plane.Part. pass, as ab. a) smooth. Koh. R. to XII, 14 two paths אחד ש׳ ואחד מלאוכ׳ one smooth, and the other full of thorns and pebbles.Yalk. Gen. 62 בור ש׳ (Snh.109a שָׁאפֵי; Ar. שפת, corr. acc.) a smooth (blank, empty) pit, v. בּוֹרְסִיף.b) (cmp. חָלָק) unimpaired, unscathed. Gen. R. s. 45, v. רָתַק. Pi. שִׁפָּה, שִׁי׳ 1) to plane, saw, trim. Ḥull.125a קולית שש׳וכ׳ a thigh-bone which one sawed through lengthwise. Ab. Zar.42a ישראל שש׳ ע״ווכ׳ if an Israelite chipped off an idol whether for his own purpose (to use the wood) or for its sake (to improve its appearance). Ib. 49b. Y.Gitt.V, 47a bot. גזלו ושִׁיפָּהוּ if he took a block by force and planed it. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. III, 1 שפת הימנהוכ׳ (read: שפה) if he filed off a part of it and made of it ; a. e.Part. pass. מְשוּפֶּה; pl. מְשוּפִּים, מְשוּפִּין. Y. Gitt. l. c. גזלו מש׳ if he took it planed. Y.Succ.I, 52c top במש׳ לכלים (not בכלים) when the boards are planed preparatory to making them into utensils; a. e. 2) to smooth, polish, Kel. XIV, 5 משיְשַׁפֶּנּוּ Ar.; Ned.56b משיְשַׁפֵּם, v. שוּף II.Trnsf. to pacify, give satisfaction. Y.B. Mets.V, 10b המבטל … חייב לשַׁפּוֹת לו if a tenant or an agent neglects his neighbors field, he must indemnify him; ib. IX, beg.12a. 3) to leave smooth places, (cmp. חָלַק Hif.) to plant wide apart. Y.Orl.I, beg.60c לקורות במְשַׁפֶּה (or במַשְׁפֶּה Hif.) when he plants the trees wide apart, it is an indication that he wants to raise them for beams, opp. רָצַף. B. Bath.V, 4 הגדילו לא יְשַׁפֶּה (or יַשְׁפֶּה) if they (the trees bought in a persons field) grew large, he (the owner of the field) has no right to smooth the field (cut the trees down). Ib. הגדילו ישפה when they are grown large, he (the owner of the trees) may cut them (in order to use the ground they occupy); a. e.

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  • 14 קְלִיבִּינְטְרִין m. (a corrupt. of κλινο-βατήριον = βάθριον, corresp. to Lat. scamnum) step placed before the bed. Y.Ber.III, 5d bot. שומט קלבינטריןוכ׳ (ed. Lehm. קרביטין, corr. acc.; Mus. in Ar. ed. Koh. קלבינטירין, oth. ed. קלבינטר׳; Ar. קליבנטירין) he detaches the footstool from the state-bed (ד

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    Jewish literature > קְלִיבִּינְטְרִין m. (a corrupt. of κλινο-βατήριον = βάθριον, corresp. to Lat. scamnum) step placed before the bed. Y.Ber.III, 5d bot. שומט קלבינטריןוכ׳ (ed. Lehm. קרביטין, corr. acc.; Mus. in Ar. ed. Koh. קלבינטירין, oth. ed. קלבינטר׳; Ar. קליבנטירין) he detaches the footstool from the state-bed (ד

  • 15 גשיש

    גָּשִׁישm. (גּוּש, גָּשַׁש; formed like עָצִיץ) ( 1) sounding apparatus, v. גָּשוֹש. 2) a frame on which the couch is spread (sponda). Zab. III, 1; 3 ג׳ של מטח; Tosef. ib. IV, 4. Ib. Mikv.VI (VII), 17 הג׳ החיצון the outer frame (of a double bed, sponda exterior, v. Sm. Ant. s. v. Lectus). Esth. R. to I, 6.Pl. גָּשִׁישִׁים, גָּשִׁישִׁין. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. VIII, 3 הג׳ של קיטליזקי (ed. Zuck. קיטליאקי, read ס for א) the bed-frames of the little bed chambers (κοιτωνίσκοιwhich are taken apart or placed against the wall in day time).Tosef.Mikv.VI, 8 ג׳ע״ג השבר Ar. (ed. קשקשים, Sabb.53a קשישין) splints.

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  • 16 גָּשִׁיש

    גָּשִׁישm. (גּוּש, גָּשַׁש; formed like עָצִיץ) ( 1) sounding apparatus, v. גָּשוֹש. 2) a frame on which the couch is spread (sponda). Zab. III, 1; 3 ג׳ של מטח; Tosef. ib. IV, 4. Ib. Mikv.VI (VII), 17 הג׳ החיצון the outer frame (of a double bed, sponda exterior, v. Sm. Ant. s. v. Lectus). Esth. R. to I, 6.Pl. גָּשִׁישִׁים, גָּשִׁישִׁין. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. VIII, 3 הג׳ של קיטליזקי (ed. Zuck. קיטליאקי, read ס for א) the bed-frames of the little bed chambers (κοιτωνίσκοιwhich are taken apart or placed against the wall in day time).Tosef.Mikv.VI, 8 ג׳ע״ג השבר Ar. (ed. קשקשים, Sabb.53a קשישין) splints.

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  • 17 נחת

    נְחַת, נְחֵיתch. sam(נחתto be put down, to go down), to go down. Impf. יֵחוֹת, inf. מֵיחָת, מֵיחוּת, imper. חוֹת. Targ. Ex. 15:5. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:26; a. fr.Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 למִנְחֲתָא, some ed. למִנְחַתָּא, read: למְנַחֲתָא Pa.Sabb.41a כי נָחֵית when one is going down (to bathe). Ib. כי קא נָחֲתֵי when they were going down. Meg.25a ההוא דנ׳וכ׳ a man went down (to the praying desk) in the presence of B. Kam.39a נ׳ לעומקוכ׳ goes down to the depth of the law; a. fr.B. Bath. 133a נַחֲתָא לדיקלא she seizes the palm-tree for her widowhood, v. יָרַד. Pa. נַחֵית 1) to put down. Yoma 47a ונַחֶתֵיהוכ׳ and let him put down the pan; v. חֲחֵי I. 2) to lower, remove. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 (v. supra; Y. I למַחְתָּא Af.). Af. אָחֵית, אַנְחֵית to put down, rest; to let come down. Targ. O. Deut. 28:56 (h. text הַצֵּג). Targ. Y. I Gen. 49:23, v. supra. Targ. O. ib. 2:5. Targ. Ez. 23:15; a. fr.Part. pass. (מָחֵית) מַחַת; f. מַתֲתָא; pl. מַחֲתִין; מַחֲתָן placed, resting, lying; inlaid. Targ. O. Gen. 8:11 (ed. Vien. נָחִית; Y. מְחִית). Targ. Jer. 24:1. Targ. Esth. 8:15; a. fr.Pesik. Bshall., p. 91a> והוא מַנְחֵית לכון and he will take bread down out of the oven (cmp. רָדָה II). Taan.21b הוה מָחֵית גבריוכ׳ used to place men apart Sabb.101a גוד אָחֵיתוכ׳, v. נְגַד. Ned.91b הוו מַחֲתָן תחליוכ׳ cress was deposited there. B. Bath.69a, a. fr. Ithpe. אִיתְנְחַת, Ithpa. אִיתָּחַת 1) to be brought down. Targ. Gen. 39:1. Targ. Ez. 31:17; a. fr.Y.Peah XIII, 21a bot. איתנחת מן ניכסוי became poor, v. יָרַד; Y.Keth XI, 34b bot. 2) (of an argument) to be settled. B. Bath. 129a אִנַּחֲתַת לן חדא, v. נוּחַ Ithpe.

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  • 18 נחית

    נְחַת, נְחֵיתch. sam(נחתto be put down, to go down), to go down. Impf. יֵחוֹת, inf. מֵיחָת, מֵיחוּת, imper. חוֹת. Targ. Ex. 15:5. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:26; a. fr.Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 למִנְחֲתָא, some ed. למִנְחַתָּא, read: למְנַחֲתָא Pa.Sabb.41a כי נָחֵית when one is going down (to bathe). Ib. כי קא נָחֲתֵי when they were going down. Meg.25a ההוא דנ׳וכ׳ a man went down (to the praying desk) in the presence of B. Kam.39a נ׳ לעומקוכ׳ goes down to the depth of the law; a. fr.B. Bath. 133a נַחֲתָא לדיקלא she seizes the palm-tree for her widowhood, v. יָרַד. Pa. נַחֵית 1) to put down. Yoma 47a ונַחֶתֵיהוכ׳ and let him put down the pan; v. חֲחֵי I. 2) to lower, remove. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 (v. supra; Y. I למַחְתָּא Af.). Af. אָחֵית, אַנְחֵית to put down, rest; to let come down. Targ. O. Deut. 28:56 (h. text הַצֵּג). Targ. Y. I Gen. 49:23, v. supra. Targ. O. ib. 2:5. Targ. Ez. 23:15; a. fr.Part. pass. (מָחֵית) מַחַת; f. מַתֲתָא; pl. מַחֲתִין; מַחֲתָן placed, resting, lying; inlaid. Targ. O. Gen. 8:11 (ed. Vien. נָחִית; Y. מְחִית). Targ. Jer. 24:1. Targ. Esth. 8:15; a. fr.Pesik. Bshall., p. 91a> והוא מַנְחֵית לכון and he will take bread down out of the oven (cmp. רָדָה II). Taan.21b הוה מָחֵית גבריוכ׳ used to place men apart Sabb.101a גוד אָחֵיתוכ׳, v. נְגַד. Ned.91b הוו מַחֲתָן תחליוכ׳ cress was deposited there. B. Bath.69a, a. fr. Ithpe. אִיתְנְחַת, Ithpa. אִיתָּחַת 1) to be brought down. Targ. Gen. 39:1. Targ. Ez. 31:17; a. fr.Y.Peah XIII, 21a bot. איתנחת מן ניכסוי became poor, v. יָרַד; Y.Keth XI, 34b bot. 2) (of an argument) to be settled. B. Bath. 129a אִנַּחֲתַת לן חדא, v. נוּחַ Ithpe.

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  • 19 נְחַת

    נְחַת, נְחֵיתch. sam(נחתto be put down, to go down), to go down. Impf. יֵחוֹת, inf. מֵיחָת, מֵיחוּת, imper. חוֹת. Targ. Ex. 15:5. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:26; a. fr.Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 למִנְחֲתָא, some ed. למִנְחַתָּא, read: למְנַחֲתָא Pa.Sabb.41a כי נָחֵית when one is going down (to bathe). Ib. כי קא נָחֲתֵי when they were going down. Meg.25a ההוא דנ׳וכ׳ a man went down (to the praying desk) in the presence of B. Kam.39a נ׳ לעומקוכ׳ goes down to the depth of the law; a. fr.B. Bath. 133a נַחֲתָא לדיקלא she seizes the palm-tree for her widowhood, v. יָרַד. Pa. נַחֵית 1) to put down. Yoma 47a ונַחֶתֵיהוכ׳ and let him put down the pan; v. חֲחֵי I. 2) to lower, remove. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 (v. supra; Y. I למַחְתָּא Af.). Af. אָחֵית, אַנְחֵית to put down, rest; to let come down. Targ. O. Deut. 28:56 (h. text הַצֵּג). Targ. Y. I Gen. 49:23, v. supra. Targ. O. ib. 2:5. Targ. Ez. 23:15; a. fr.Part. pass. (מָחֵית) מַחַת; f. מַתֲתָא; pl. מַחֲתִין; מַחֲתָן placed, resting, lying; inlaid. Targ. O. Gen. 8:11 (ed. Vien. נָחִית; Y. מְחִית). Targ. Jer. 24:1. Targ. Esth. 8:15; a. fr.Pesik. Bshall., p. 91a> והוא מַנְחֵית לכון and he will take bread down out of the oven (cmp. רָדָה II). Taan.21b הוה מָחֵית גבריוכ׳ used to place men apart Sabb.101a גוד אָחֵיתוכ׳, v. נְגַד. Ned.91b הוו מַחֲתָן תחליוכ׳ cress was deposited there. B. Bath.69a, a. fr. Ithpe. אִיתְנְחַת, Ithpa. אִיתָּחַת 1) to be brought down. Targ. Gen. 39:1. Targ. Ez. 31:17; a. fr.Y.Peah XIII, 21a bot. איתנחת מן ניכסוי became poor, v. יָרַד; Y.Keth XI, 34b bot. 2) (of an argument) to be settled. B. Bath. 129a אִנַּחֲתַת לן חדא, v. נוּחַ Ithpe.

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  • 20 נְחֵית

    נְחַת, נְחֵיתch. sam(נחתto be put down, to go down), to go down. Impf. יֵחוֹת, inf. מֵיחָת, מֵיחוּת, imper. חוֹת. Targ. Ex. 15:5. Targ. Y. Gen. 44:26; a. fr.Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 למִנְחֲתָא, some ed. למִנְחַתָּא, read: למְנַחֲתָא Pa.Sabb.41a כי נָחֵית when one is going down (to bathe). Ib. כי קא נָחֲתֵי when they were going down. Meg.25a ההוא דנ׳וכ׳ a man went down (to the praying desk) in the presence of B. Kam.39a נ׳ לעומקוכ׳ goes down to the depth of the law; a. fr.B. Bath. 133a נַחֲתָא לדיקלא she seizes the palm-tree for her widowhood, v. יָרַד. Pa. נַחֵית 1) to put down. Yoma 47a ונַחֶתֵיהוכ׳ and let him put down the pan; v. חֲחֵי I. 2) to lower, remove. Targ. Y. II Gen. 49:23 (v. supra; Y. I למַחְתָּא Af.). Af. אָחֵית, אַנְחֵית to put down, rest; to let come down. Targ. O. Deut. 28:56 (h. text הַצֵּג). Targ. Y. I Gen. 49:23, v. supra. Targ. O. ib. 2:5. Targ. Ez. 23:15; a. fr.Part. pass. (מָחֵית) מַחַת; f. מַתֲתָא; pl. מַחֲתִין; מַחֲתָן placed, resting, lying; inlaid. Targ. O. Gen. 8:11 (ed. Vien. נָחִית; Y. מְחִית). Targ. Jer. 24:1. Targ. Esth. 8:15; a. fr.Pesik. Bshall., p. 91a> והוא מַנְחֵית לכון and he will take bread down out of the oven (cmp. רָדָה II). Taan.21b הוה מָחֵית גבריוכ׳ used to place men apart Sabb.101a גוד אָחֵיתוכ׳, v. נְגַד. Ned.91b הוו מַחֲתָן תחליוכ׳ cress was deposited there. B. Bath.69a, a. fr. Ithpe. אִיתְנְחַת, Ithpa. אִיתָּחַת 1) to be brought down. Targ. Gen. 39:1. Targ. Ez. 31:17; a. fr.Y.Peah XIII, 21a bot. איתנחת מן ניכסוי became poor, v. יָרַד; Y.Keth XI, 34b bot. 2) (of an argument) to be settled. B. Bath. 129a אִנַּחֲתַת לן חדא, v. נוּחַ Ithpe.

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