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to be wide and flat

  • 1 פשוט

    פָּשוּטm., פְּשוּטָה f. (Part. pass. of פָּשַׁט) 1) straight, plain, simple. R. Hash. III, 3 של יעל פ׳ a straight horn of the mountain-goat, opp. כפוף. Sabb.104a, v. כָּפַף. Ib. 106a, v. סִיט. Men.35b ר׳ אחא מחוי פ׳ Ms. M. (ed. אשי) R. A. showed the index finger straight, i. e. the strap must reach from the arm to the tip of the index finger, when straightened, opp. כפוף (v. Tosaf. a. l.; Rashi: the strap must be as long as the distance from the thumb to the index finger, stretched as wide as possible, opp. כפוף the distance from the index to the middle finger). Mekh. Bshall. beg. לא הביאן הק״בה דרך פ׳וכ׳ the Lord did not lead them on the direct road to Palestine; Yalk. Ex. 226 בפשוטה (sub. דרך). Mekh. l. c. לא הביאן המקום בפישוטן (corr. acc.). Cant. R. to I, 16 בלשון פ׳ with a single expression (of praise), opp. כפיל. B. Bath. X, 1, a. fr. גט פ׳ a plain, open document, opp. מקושר folded; Tosef.Gitt.VIII (VI), 9 פ׳ ed. Zuck. (Var. גט פ׳). Y.R. Hash. III, 58d top פשוטה (sub. תקיעה) the plain note ( תקיעה), opp. the tremulous note; a. fr. 2) (noun) פָּשוּט the plain, literal sense. Sabb.63a, a. e. אין מקרא יוצא מידי פְשוּטוֹ, v. מִקְרָא. 3) (sub. יורש) an heir entitled to a single share, opp. בְּכוֹר. Bekh.52b מה הלק פ׳ ירושהוכ׳ as the share of the plain heir is an inheritance, so the share of the first-born is an inheritance (and not a gift affected by the jubilee laws); B. Bath. 124a. Ib. 126a בכור … כפ׳ ויתר, v. וָתַר; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b בכור שחלק בפ׳ (read בפ׳). Num. R. s. 6 בני פ׳ the sons of a plain (not firstborn) man; a. fr. Fem. פְּשוּטָה (sub. ירושה) single share. Y.B. Bath.VIII, 16b top, opp. כְּפֵילָה.Pl. פְּשוּטִים, פְּשוּטִין, פְּשוּטוֹת. Sabb.103b, v. כָּפַף. Num. R. l. c. פְּשוּטֵי הלויםוכ׳ the plain (not firstborn) Levites took the place of the firstborn Israelites; a. fr. 4) flat, level, without receptacle. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. VI, 1 המשנה … מן הפ׳ לקיבול if one changes a leather implement … from a flat surface to a receptacle. Ib. IV, 3 פְּשוּטוֹ טהור in its flattened condition (when the bag is unrolled), it is not susceptible to uncleanness; a. fr.Pl. as ab. Kel. II, 1 פְּשוּטֵיהֶן those of them which are flat, opp. מקבליהן which have receptacles. Sabb.123b, a. e. פְּשוּטֵי כלי עץ flat wooden implements (boards). Y. ib. X, end, 12d בפ׳ when they are flat, opp. מקופלין folded; a. fr.

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  • 2 פָּשוּט

    פָּשוּטm., פְּשוּטָה f. (Part. pass. of פָּשַׁט) 1) straight, plain, simple. R. Hash. III, 3 של יעל פ׳ a straight horn of the mountain-goat, opp. כפוף. Sabb.104a, v. כָּפַף. Ib. 106a, v. סִיט. Men.35b ר׳ אחא מחוי פ׳ Ms. M. (ed. אשי) R. A. showed the index finger straight, i. e. the strap must reach from the arm to the tip of the index finger, when straightened, opp. כפוף (v. Tosaf. a. l.; Rashi: the strap must be as long as the distance from the thumb to the index finger, stretched as wide as possible, opp. כפוף the distance from the index to the middle finger). Mekh. Bshall. beg. לא הביאן הק״בה דרך פ׳וכ׳ the Lord did not lead them on the direct road to Palestine; Yalk. Ex. 226 בפשוטה (sub. דרך). Mekh. l. c. לא הביאן המקום בפישוטן (corr. acc.). Cant. R. to I, 16 בלשון פ׳ with a single expression (of praise), opp. כפיל. B. Bath. X, 1, a. fr. גט פ׳ a plain, open document, opp. מקושר folded; Tosef.Gitt.VIII (VI), 9 פ׳ ed. Zuck. (Var. גט פ׳). Y.R. Hash. III, 58d top פשוטה (sub. תקיעה) the plain note ( תקיעה), opp. the tremulous note; a. fr. 2) (noun) פָּשוּט the plain, literal sense. Sabb.63a, a. e. אין מקרא יוצא מידי פְשוּטוֹ, v. מִקְרָא. 3) (sub. יורש) an heir entitled to a single share, opp. בְּכוֹר. Bekh.52b מה הלק פ׳ ירושהוכ׳ as the share of the plain heir is an inheritance, so the share of the first-born is an inheritance (and not a gift affected by the jubilee laws); B. Bath. 124a. Ib. 126a בכור … כפ׳ ויתר, v. וָתַר; Y.Keth.IV, end, 29b בכור שחלק בפ׳ (read בפ׳). Num. R. s. 6 בני פ׳ the sons of a plain (not firstborn) man; a. fr. Fem. פְּשוּטָה (sub. ירושה) single share. Y.B. Bath.VIII, 16b top, opp. כְּפֵילָה.Pl. פְּשוּטִים, פְּשוּטִין, פְּשוּטוֹת. Sabb.103b, v. כָּפַף. Num. R. l. c. פְּשוּטֵי הלויםוכ׳ the plain (not firstborn) Levites took the place of the firstborn Israelites; a. fr. 4) flat, level, without receptacle. Tosef.Kel.B. Bath. VI, 1 המשנה … מן הפ׳ לקיבול if one changes a leather implement … from a flat surface to a receptacle. Ib. IV, 3 פְּשוּטוֹ טהור in its flattened condition (when the bag is unrolled), it is not susceptible to uncleanness; a. fr.Pl. as ab. Kel. II, 1 פְּשוּטֵיהֶן those of them which are flat, opp. מקבליהן which have receptacles. Sabb.123b, a. e. פְּשוּטֵי כלי עץ flat wooden implements (boards). Y. ib. X, end, 12d בפ׳ when they are flat, opp. מקופלין folded; a. fr.

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  • 3 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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  • 4 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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  • 5 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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  • 6 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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  • 7 אינטל

    n. Intel, American electronics corporation headquartered in California, producer of a wide variety of electronics and computer components (including semiconductors, microprocessors, chipsets, and more)

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  • 8 אלטוקומולוס

    (Meteorology) altocumulus, large white cloud formation having a flat base and high puffy peaks located at medium altitude of 2 or 3 miles (3,218-4,828 m)

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  • 9 אלטל

    Alltel, American telecommunications company headquartered in Arkansas, developer and manufacturer of a wide variety of wireline and wireless communications technologies

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  • 10 אנצ'ילדה

    enchilada, flat round bread wrapped around a filling of meat and vegetables (Mexican dish)

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  • 11 אספדריל

    espadrille, type of flat shoe with a fabric upper and a rope sole

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  • 12 ארפא

    Arpanet, Advanced Research Projects Agency net, wide area computer network established in 1968 that primarily connected universities and research centers, predecessor of the Internet (Computers)

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  • 13 באטאוויה

    n. Batavia, city in the state of New York (USA): town in Illinois (USA) ; former name of Jakarta (Indonesia) ; ancient name for a region of Holland; type of lettuce with broad flat leaves

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  • 14 בהג'י

    n. (India) bhajee, dish made of small flat ball of vegetables fried in batter

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  • 15 במול

    flat (musical)

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  • 16 בתפוצה רחבה

    in wide circulation, widely circulated

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  • 17 ג'אווה

    java, programming language for network-based applications running on World Wide Web pages on the Internet (Computers) ; main island of Indonesia

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  • 18 גג שטוח

    flat roof

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  • 19 גלגשת

    skateboard, flat board attached to four small wheels and used for skating on hard surfaces

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  • 20 גלריה של טיפוסים

    wide variety of characters

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