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  • 1 דלי

    דְּלֵי, דְּלָאch. sam(דלי, דלהto be suspended, swing), 1) to be suspended. Part. pl. דּלְיָין suspended. Targ. Esth. 1:6. 2) to draw, raise. Targ. Ex. 2:19. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 buckets דדלו אבנא which draw stone; a. fr. Targ. Y. Num. 14:14 read מַדְלֵי Af. Pes.40a מדלייהו, v. מַדְלָא. 3) to lift up. B. Kam92b דַּלְיַת, דְּלִינָא, v. דּוּרָא IV.Ber18a דַּלְיֵיה (Yalk. Koh. 979; Yalk. Sam. 152 סלקיה) lift it (the cloak) up. Kidd.81a דַלְיֵיהוכ׳ he carried it by himself.Yeb.92b; B. Mets.17b אי לאו דדְלָאִי לךוכ׳ had I not taken up (removed) the sherd for thee, thou wouldst never have found the pearl under it, i. e. but for my intimation you would not have reached the conclusion ; Macc.21b.M. Kat. 28b v. דְּלַל. Pa. דַּלֵּי (v. דלל) 1) to relieve, lighten. Targ. Y. Deut. 28:51 ולא דַּלּוּ מיניה (Var. דָּלוּ, fr. דְּלַל) and they would not relieve him (give him a respite). Ib. דַּלִּי מיני (Var. דְּלִי) respite me.Meg.13a דַּלֵּי כרגא he lightened the taxes (Esth. 2:18). 2) to lift up. Ber.6b דַּלּוּיֵי lifing up the voice at funerals, v. דְּלַל. Af. אַדְלֵי to lift suspend. Sot.34a טעונא דמַדְלֵיוכ׳ a load which one can lift up and put on his shoulders, is the third portion of the weight he can carry. Ithpe. אִידְּלֵי 1) to be suspended. Y.Sabb.XVI, end, 15d, a. e. בגדך מִדְּלֵי (sub. אַתְּ) doest thou depend on thy good luck?, v. גַּדָּא. 2) to be elevated, high. Pes.8a דמִידַּלְיָא (a bed) which stands on high legs (leaving space under it). 3) to be relieved. B. Bath.16b; Yalk. Gen. 106 (prov.) (מִידְּלֵי) א׳ יומא א׳ קצירא when the day (sun) is high, the sick man is relieved.

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  • 2 דלא

    דְּלֵי, דְּלָאch. sam(דלי, דלהto be suspended, swing), 1) to be suspended. Part. pl. דּלְיָין suspended. Targ. Esth. 1:6. 2) to draw, raise. Targ. Ex. 2:19. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 buckets דדלו אבנא which draw stone; a. fr. Targ. Y. Num. 14:14 read מַדְלֵי Af. Pes.40a מדלייהו, v. מַדְלָא. 3) to lift up. B. Kam92b דַּלְיַת, דְּלִינָא, v. דּוּרָא IV.Ber18a דַּלְיֵיה (Yalk. Koh. 979; Yalk. Sam. 152 סלקיה) lift it (the cloak) up. Kidd.81a דַלְיֵיהוכ׳ he carried it by himself.Yeb.92b; B. Mets.17b אי לאו דדְלָאִי לךוכ׳ had I not taken up (removed) the sherd for thee, thou wouldst never have found the pearl under it, i. e. but for my intimation you would not have reached the conclusion ; Macc.21b.M. Kat. 28b v. דְּלַל. Pa. דַּלֵּי (v. דלל) 1) to relieve, lighten. Targ. Y. Deut. 28:51 ולא דַּלּוּ מיניה (Var. דָּלוּ, fr. דְּלַל) and they would not relieve him (give him a respite). Ib. דַּלִּי מיני (Var. דְּלִי) respite me.Meg.13a דַּלֵּי כרגא he lightened the taxes (Esth. 2:18). 2) to lift up. Ber.6b דַּלּוּיֵי lifing up the voice at funerals, v. דְּלַל. Af. אַדְלֵי to lift suspend. Sot.34a טעונא דמַדְלֵיוכ׳ a load which one can lift up and put on his shoulders, is the third portion of the weight he can carry. Ithpe. אִידְּלֵי 1) to be suspended. Y.Sabb.XVI, end, 15d, a. e. בגדך מִדְּלֵי (sub. אַתְּ) doest thou depend on thy good luck?, v. גַּדָּא. 2) to be elevated, high. Pes.8a דמִידַּלְיָא (a bed) which stands on high legs (leaving space under it). 3) to be relieved. B. Bath.16b; Yalk. Gen. 106 (prov.) (מִידְּלֵי) א׳ יומא א׳ קצירא when the day (sun) is high, the sick man is relieved.

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  • 3 דְּלֵי

    דְּלֵי, דְּלָאch. sam(דלי, דלהto be suspended, swing), 1) to be suspended. Part. pl. דּלְיָין suspended. Targ. Esth. 1:6. 2) to draw, raise. Targ. Ex. 2:19. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 buckets דדלו אבנא which draw stone; a. fr. Targ. Y. Num. 14:14 read מַדְלֵי Af. Pes.40a מדלייהו, v. מַדְלָא. 3) to lift up. B. Kam92b דַּלְיַת, דְּלִינָא, v. דּוּרָא IV.Ber18a דַּלְיֵיה (Yalk. Koh. 979; Yalk. Sam. 152 סלקיה) lift it (the cloak) up. Kidd.81a דַלְיֵיהוכ׳ he carried it by himself.Yeb.92b; B. Mets.17b אי לאו דדְלָאִי לךוכ׳ had I not taken up (removed) the sherd for thee, thou wouldst never have found the pearl under it, i. e. but for my intimation you would not have reached the conclusion ; Macc.21b.M. Kat. 28b v. דְּלַל. Pa. דַּלֵּי (v. דלל) 1) to relieve, lighten. Targ. Y. Deut. 28:51 ולא דַּלּוּ מיניה (Var. דָּלוּ, fr. דְּלַל) and they would not relieve him (give him a respite). Ib. דַּלִּי מיני (Var. דְּלִי) respite me.Meg.13a דַּלֵּי כרגא he lightened the taxes (Esth. 2:18). 2) to lift up. Ber.6b דַּלּוּיֵי lifing up the voice at funerals, v. דְּלַל. Af. אַדְלֵי to lift suspend. Sot.34a טעונא דמַדְלֵיוכ׳ a load which one can lift up and put on his shoulders, is the third portion of the weight he can carry. Ithpe. אִידְּלֵי 1) to be suspended. Y.Sabb.XVI, end, 15d, a. e. בגדך מִדְּלֵי (sub. אַתְּ) doest thou depend on thy good luck?, v. גַּדָּא. 2) to be elevated, high. Pes.8a דמִידַּלְיָא (a bed) which stands on high legs (leaving space under it). 3) to be relieved. B. Bath.16b; Yalk. Gen. 106 (prov.) (מִידְּלֵי) א׳ יומא א׳ קצירא when the day (sun) is high, the sick man is relieved.

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  • 4 דְּלָא

    דְּלֵי, דְּלָאch. sam(דלי, דלהto be suspended, swing), 1) to be suspended. Part. pl. דּלְיָין suspended. Targ. Esth. 1:6. 2) to draw, raise. Targ. Ex. 2:19. Targ. II Esth. 1:2 buckets דדלו אבנא which draw stone; a. fr. Targ. Y. Num. 14:14 read מַדְלֵי Af. Pes.40a מדלייהו, v. מַדְלָא. 3) to lift up. B. Kam92b דַּלְיַת, דְּלִינָא, v. דּוּרָא IV.Ber18a דַּלְיֵיה (Yalk. Koh. 979; Yalk. Sam. 152 סלקיה) lift it (the cloak) up. Kidd.81a דַלְיֵיהוכ׳ he carried it by himself.Yeb.92b; B. Mets.17b אי לאו דדְלָאִי לךוכ׳ had I not taken up (removed) the sherd for thee, thou wouldst never have found the pearl under it, i. e. but for my intimation you would not have reached the conclusion ; Macc.21b.M. Kat. 28b v. דְּלַל. Pa. דַּלֵּי (v. דלל) 1) to relieve, lighten. Targ. Y. Deut. 28:51 ולא דַּלּוּ מיניה (Var. דָּלוּ, fr. דְּלַל) and they would not relieve him (give him a respite). Ib. דַּלִּי מיני (Var. דְּלִי) respite me.Meg.13a דַּלֵּי כרגא he lightened the taxes (Esth. 2:18). 2) to lift up. Ber.6b דַּלּוּיֵי lifing up the voice at funerals, v. דְּלַל. Af. אַדְלֵי to lift suspend. Sot.34a טעונא דמַדְלֵיוכ׳ a load which one can lift up and put on his shoulders, is the third portion of the weight he can carry. Ithpe. אִידְּלֵי 1) to be suspended. Y.Sabb.XVI, end, 15d, a. e. בגדך מִדְּלֵי (sub. אַתְּ) doest thou depend on thy good luck?, v. גַּדָּא. 2) to be elevated, high. Pes.8a דמִידַּלְיָא (a bed) which stands on high legs (leaving space under it). 3) to be relieved. B. Bath.16b; Yalk. Gen. 106 (prov.) (מִידְּלֵי) א׳ יומא א׳ קצירא when the day (sun) is high, the sick man is relieved.

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  • 5 אבן נגולה מעל לבו

    a load was taken off his chest, felt relieved

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  • 6 מעמסה נגולה מעל לבו

    a load was taken off his chest, felt relieved

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  • 7 נהיה לו טוב על הנשמה

    felt good, felt relieved

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  • 8 נעשה לו טוב על הנשמה

    felt good, felt relieved

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  • 9 חדש

    חָדַש(b. h.) ( to be bright, to be new. Pi. חִדֵּש, חִידֵּש 1) to renew, renovate, polish. Lev. R. s. 29 (ref. to בחדש, Ps. 81:4) תְּחַדְּשוּ מעשיכם ye shall polish (cleanse) your doings. Gen. R. s. 78, beg. (ref. to Lam. 3:23) אתה מְחַדְּשֵׁנוּוכ׳ thou renewest our lives every morning; אתה מח׳ לבוקרןוכ׳ thou inspirest us with new life in the morning (rise to power), v. בֹּקֶר; a. fr. 2) to commence anew, do again. R. Hash. 7a, a. e. (ref. to Num. 28:14) חַדֵּש והבאוכ׳ commence a new account and offer Trumah of the new produces. 3) to promulgate a new law, to establish a new interpretation of a Biblical law; to find a new point. Sabb.104a, a. fr. (ref. to Lev. 26:46) אין נביא רשאי לְחַדֵּשוכ׳ (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) since the promulgation of these laws no prophet has a right to issue a new law. Y.Erub.V, 22c bot. it is called the New Gate, because there חִידְּשוּוכ׳ (not חו׳) the Sofrim instituted the interpretation ( Halakhah); a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְחַדֵּש, Nithpa. נִתְחַדֵּש 1) to be renewed, to be established as a new interpretation (cmp. Lat. novellae); to be offered as a new point ( דבר חדש). Y.Yeb.VIII, 9c top (ref. to 1 Chr. 8:9) שעל ידיה נִתְחַדְּשָׁה הלכהוכ׳ at her instance the new interpretation (of the law Deut. 23:4) was established; Midr. Sam. ch. 22; Ruth R. to II, 5 כבר נ׳ הלכה the law has been interpreted long before. Sot.3b, a. fr. לא נשנית אלא בשביל דברשנ׳ בה the section is repeated for the sake of a new point added. 2) to change turns. Yoma 26a משמרות מִתְחַדְּשוֹת the Temple attendants are relieved.

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  • 10 חָדַש

    חָדַש(b. h.) ( to be bright, to be new. Pi. חִדֵּש, חִידֵּש 1) to renew, renovate, polish. Lev. R. s. 29 (ref. to בחדש, Ps. 81:4) תְּחַדְּשוּ מעשיכם ye shall polish (cleanse) your doings. Gen. R. s. 78, beg. (ref. to Lam. 3:23) אתה מְחַדְּשֵׁנוּוכ׳ thou renewest our lives every morning; אתה מח׳ לבוקרןוכ׳ thou inspirest us with new life in the morning (rise to power), v. בֹּקֶר; a. fr. 2) to commence anew, do again. R. Hash. 7a, a. e. (ref. to Num. 28:14) חַדֵּש והבאוכ׳ commence a new account and offer Trumah of the new produces. 3) to promulgate a new law, to establish a new interpretation of a Biblical law; to find a new point. Sabb.104a, a. fr. (ref. to Lev. 26:46) אין נביא רשאי לְחַדֵּשוכ׳ (v. Rabb. D. S. a. l.) since the promulgation of these laws no prophet has a right to issue a new law. Y.Erub.V, 22c bot. it is called the New Gate, because there חִידְּשוּוכ׳ (not חו׳) the Sofrim instituted the interpretation ( Halakhah); a. fr. Hithpa. הִתְחַדֵּש, Nithpa. נִתְחַדֵּש 1) to be renewed, to be established as a new interpretation (cmp. Lat. novellae); to be offered as a new point ( דבר חדש). Y.Yeb.VIII, 9c top (ref. to 1 Chr. 8:9) שעל ידיה נִתְחַדְּשָׁה הלכהוכ׳ at her instance the new interpretation (of the law Deut. 23:4) was established; Midr. Sam. ch. 22; Ruth R. to II, 5 כבר נ׳ הלכה the law has been interpreted long before. Sot.3b, a. fr. לא נשנית אלא בשביל דברשנ׳ בה the section is repeated for the sake of a new point added. 2) to change turns. Yoma 26a משמרות מִתְחַדְּשוֹת the Temple attendants are relieved.

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  • 11 רתיון

    רִתְיוֹןm. (preced.) indulgence, clemency. Tosef.Neg.VI, 7 אין המקום דן … אלא בר׳ the Lord punishes man with clemency (offering him an opportunity to repent and be relieved).

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  • 12 רִתְיוֹן

    רִתְיוֹןm. (preced.) indulgence, clemency. Tosef.Neg.VI, 7 אין המקום דן … אלא בר׳ the Lord punishes man with clemency (offering him an opportunity to repent and be relieved).

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  • relieved from liability — index exempt Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • relieved — adj. 1) relieved at (we were relieved at the news) 2) relieved to + inf. (we were relieved to learn that they had arrived safely) 3) relieved that + clause (we were relieved that they had arrived safely) * * * relieved at (we were relieved at the …   Combinatory dictionary

  • relieved — re|lieved [rıˈli:vd] adj feeling happy because you are no longer worried about something →↑relief greatly/immensely/extremely etc relieved ▪ She looked immensely relieved when she heard the news. relieved to see/hear/know sth ▪ His mother was… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • relieved — re|lieved [ rı livd ] adjective happy and relaxed because something bad has not happened, or because a bad situation has ended: I wasn t angry when he finally turned up just very relieved. relieved to do something: Irene seemed relieved to find… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • relieved — UK [rɪˈliːvd] / US [rɪˈlɪvd] adjective happy and relaxed because something bad has not happened or because a bad situation has ended I wasn t angry when he finally turned up – just very relieved. relieved to do something: Irene seemed relieved to …   English dictionary

  • relieved — [[t]rɪli͟ːvd[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ, oft ADJ to inf/that If you are relieved, you feel happy because something unpleasant has not happened or is no longer happening. We are all relieved to be back home... I am very relieved that it is… …   English dictionary

  • relieved — adjective feeling happy because you are no longer worried about something: She looked immensely relieved when she heard this news. | relieved to see/hear/know sth: His mother was relieved to see him eating properly again. (+ that): I feel so… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Relieved — Relieve Re*lieve (r? l?v ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Relieved} ( l?vd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Relieving}.] [OE. releven, F. relever to raise again, discharge, relieve, fr. L. relevare to lift up, raise, make light, relieve; pref. re re + levare to raise …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • relieved — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem ADVERB ▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • relieved — [rɪˈliːvd] adj happy and relaxed because something bad has ended or did not happen I m so relieved to know the truth.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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