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  • 101 שיר II

    שִׁירII m. (b. h.; שרר) (chain, string; cmp. חָרַז, verse, song, poetry, music. Tam.V, 6 שאחיו … לדבר בש׳ that his brother Levites were assembling to sing in chorus. Ib. VII, 4 הש׳ שהיו הלויםוכ׳ these are the psalms that the Levites recited severally on each day; a. fr.R. Hash. 28a התוקע לש׳ he who blows the Shofar (on the New Years Day) as a musical exercise (Ms. M. לשֵׁד to drive off a demon); ib. 33b (Ms. M. לשֵׁיד).כלי ש׳ musical instruments (used in the Temple during the offering of sacrifices). Taan.IV (III), 3; a. e.Pl. שִׁירִים, שִׁירִין. Cant. R. to I, 1 דוד אמר ש׳ ושלמה אמר ש׳ David composed songs, and so did Solomon. Ib. end (expl. שיר השירים) המעולה שבש׳; המסולסל שבש׳, v. סִלְסֵל Ib. נאמר ש׳ ונשבח למי שעשאנו ש׳ בעולם let us recite songs and praise to him who has made us to be songs (proclaimers of Gods praise) in the world; נאמר ש׳ … שיורים לעולם let us recite songs to him who made us remnants (has preserved us) for the world; a. fr.שיר הש׳ the Book of Song of Songs ( Canticum). Ib.; B. Bath.14b; a. fr.

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  • 102 שִׁיר

    שִׁירII m. (b. h.; שרר) (chain, string; cmp. חָרַז, verse, song, poetry, music. Tam.V, 6 שאחיו … לדבר בש׳ that his brother Levites were assembling to sing in chorus. Ib. VII, 4 הש׳ שהיו הלויםוכ׳ these are the psalms that the Levites recited severally on each day; a. fr.R. Hash. 28a התוקע לש׳ he who blows the Shofar (on the New Years Day) as a musical exercise (Ms. M. לשֵׁד to drive off a demon); ib. 33b (Ms. M. לשֵׁיד).כלי ש׳ musical instruments (used in the Temple during the offering of sacrifices). Taan.IV (III), 3; a. e.Pl. שִׁירִים, שִׁירִין. Cant. R. to I, 1 דוד אמר ש׳ ושלמה אמר ש׳ David composed songs, and so did Solomon. Ib. end (expl. שיר השירים) המעולה שבש׳; המסולסל שבש׳, v. סִלְסֵל Ib. נאמר ש׳ ונשבח למי שעשאנו ש׳ בעולם let us recite songs and praise to him who has made us to be songs (proclaimers of Gods praise) in the world; נאמר ש׳ … שיורים לעולם let us recite songs to him who made us remnants (has preserved us) for the world; a. fr.שיר הש׳ the Book of Song of Songs ( Canticum). Ib.; B. Bath.14b; a. fr.

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  • 103 שית II

    שִׁיתII m. (שָׁתַת II) foundation; (cmp. יְסוֹד) bottom, esp. Shith, a pit by the side of the altar into which the remainder of libations was poured. Midd. III, 3 שבו יורדין לש׳וכ׳ by which men went down the Sh. to cleanse it. Tosef.Succ.III, 15 יורדין לש׳וכ׳ the wine goes down into the pit and is swallowed up there. Ib. (ref. to וגם יקכ, Is. 5:2) זה הש׳ this refers to the Sh.; Y. ib. IV, 54d top; Bab. ib. 49a השִׁיתִּין (pl.).Pl. שִׁיתִּין Ib. ש׳ מששת ימיוכ׳ the Shittin have existed from the six days of creation (are a natural cavity). Ib. 53a בשעה שכרה דוד ש׳ when David began to dig the pits (for the Temple); Macc.11a; Yalk. Ps. 878 שִׁתִּין. Meïl. III, 3 (11a) (ירדו)יצאו לש׳וכ׳ so soon as the wine is let down into the pits Yalk. Ps. 653, v. פָּגַר.

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  • 104 שִׁית

    שִׁיתII m. (שָׁתַת II) foundation; (cmp. יְסוֹד) bottom, esp. Shith, a pit by the side of the altar into which the remainder of libations was poured. Midd. III, 3 שבו יורדין לש׳וכ׳ by which men went down the Sh. to cleanse it. Tosef.Succ.III, 15 יורדין לש׳וכ׳ the wine goes down into the pit and is swallowed up there. Ib. (ref. to וגם יקכ, Is. 5:2) זה הש׳ this refers to the Sh.; Y. ib. IV, 54d top; Bab. ib. 49a השִׁיתִּין (pl.).Pl. שִׁיתִּין Ib. ש׳ מששת ימיוכ׳ the Shittin have existed from the six days of creation (are a natural cavity). Ib. 53a בשעה שכרה דוד ש׳ when David began to dig the pits (for the Temple); Macc.11a; Yalk. Ps. 878 שִׁתִּין. Meïl. III, 3 (11a) (ירדו)יצאו לש׳וכ׳ so soon as the wine is let down into the pits Yalk. Ps. 653, v. פָּגַר.

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  • 105 שקע

    שָׁקַע(b. h.) 1) to be depressed, sink, go down. Y.Ab. Zar. III, 42c bot. אם היה חותמה שוֹקֵעַ if the seal on it was engraven, opp. בולט; Tosef. ib. V (VI), 2; Bab. ib. 43b. Gen. R. s. 19 (ref. to לרוח היום, Gen. 3:8) לרוח ששוֹקַעַת עם היום by the (western) wind that goes down with the day. Ib. כל שהיום שוקעוכ׳ the more the day goes down, the cooler it grows. Y.Sabb.I, 3d top אחד צף ואחד שוקעוכ׳ one kind of poison floats, another settles Mikv. X, 1 צלוחית שפיה שוקע a bottle the mouth of which is turned down. Men.103b, v. Hithpa.; a. fr. 2) to sink, let down. B. Mets.V, 7 מששְׁקָעוֹ בכבשן after he let the lime stones down into the kiln (Y. ed. משיִשְׁקַע כבשנו, or משיְשַׁקֵּעַ) when he has filled his kiln). Yalk. Koh. 966, v. שָׁלָה; a. e.Part. pass. שָׁקוּעַ; f. שְׁקוּעָה Bekh.43b, v. חָרַם. Ex. R. s. 1522> והארץ ש׳ במים the earth was submerged in water. Sifra Thazr., Par. 5, ch. XV (ref. to פחתת, Lev. 13:55) שיהיו כל מראיה שְׁקוּעִין Rabad (ed. שוֹקְעִין) that all its colors appear lower (v. שַׁקִּיעַ; cmp. עָמוֹק); Yalk. Lev. 553 שוֹקְעִין; a. e.Bekh.VII, 1 ראשו ש׳, v. שָׁקוּט. Pi. שִׁיקֵּעַ to sink, let down. Snh.VI, 4 מְשַׁקְּעִין את הקורהוכ׳ they insert the trunk (of the gallows) in the ground. Y.Shek.V, end, 49b כמה ממון שִׁיקְּעוּ אבותי כאן how much money have my ancestors sunk here (in building that synagogue)!; כמה נפשות שיקעווכ׳ how many souls did thy ancestors sink here! were there no people to study the Law (on whom that money might have been spent)?; Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b. B. Mets.V, 7 Y. ed., v. supra; a. e.Trnsf. to embody in a collection without regard to original wording, to edit, abridge. Y.Hor.III, 48c top; Y.Sabb.XVI, 15c הדא דאת אמר עד שלא ש׳ בו רבי רוב משניות אבל משש׳וכ׳ what you say (that the study of the Mishnah collection is preferable) refers to the time before Rabbi had embodied and abridged most of the Mishnayoth in his edition, but since then, run at all times after the Talmud (where the discussions are quoted in their original form).Part. pass. מְשוּקָּע; f. מְשוּקַּעַת; pl. מְשוּקָּעִים, מְשוּקָּעִין; מְשוּקָּעוֹת. Koh. R. to I, 15 מקצתה מש׳ בארץ part of the boat rests on dry land. Y.B. Mets.II, beg.8b במש׳ בו when the objeot is found stuck in it, opp. בנתון בו when it is seen that it was put there. Gen. R. s. 33 שהיתה התיבה מש׳ במיםוכ׳ that the ark was eleven cubits in the water. Y.Yoma VII, beg.44a זראו של דוד מש׳ שם the seed of David is sunk there (in the family of the Resh Galutha). Y.Sabb.III, 6a top כסא שרגליו מש׳ בטיט a chair the feet of which stick in the mud. Y.ḤagI, 76d top; Y.Peah II, 17a כמה … וכולהן מש׳ במשנה many Hălakhoth have been communicated to Moses from Sinai, and they all are embodied in the Mishnah; a. e. Hif. הִשְׁקִיעַ to sink, let down. Gen. R. s. 68 ה׳הקב״ה גלגלוכ׳ the Lord caused the sun to set before its time. Ib. מה אתה בצאתך הִשְׁקַעְתִּי חמחוכ׳ as I caused the sun to set when thou didst go out Lev. R. s. 21; Pesik. Aḥăre, p. 176a>, לעולם יַשְׁקִיעַוכ׳ (Ar. s. v. רתק: יְשַׁקֵּעַ or יִשְׁקַע) man should at all times sink himself into the study of the Mishnah, for when he knocks, v. רָתַק. Koh. R. to I, 5 עד שלאה׳ שמשו … הזריחוכ׳ before God made the sun of Moses to set, he made the sun of Joshua to rise, v. שֶׁמֶש. Ib. 4 היוצר הזה מַשְׁקִיעַ כבשונו מה שמשקיעוכ׳ the potter fills his oven; what he sinks into it first, is the last to come out; a. fr. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּקֵּע, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּקֵּעַ 1) to be sunk, drowned; to be mixed tip beyond recognition. Midr. Till. to Ps. 22 המִשְׁתַּקְּעִים שוקעים את שוקעיהן those that were to he drowned, drowned those that wanted to drown them. Ruth R. to I, 17 נ׳ … בחליו was three days unconscious I on his sick-bed, opp. נתישבה דעתו he came to. Ex. R. s. 156> מִשְׁתַּקְּעִין בעונותוכ׳ are sunk in sins through the evil inclination. Ib.15> עד שנִשְׁתַּקְּעוּ תהומות until the depths were filled with water. Y.Shek.VIII, beg.51a והיו עולי רגלים משתקאיןוכ׳ the pilgrims sank in blood up to their knees; Men.103b שוקעין; Tosef.Eduy. III, 2 מפקיעין בדםוכ׳ ed. Zuck. (read: מְשוּקָּעִין; Var. מְשַׁקְּעִין את ארכובותיהן). Arakh.6b עד שלא נ׳ שםוכ׳ as long as the name of its owner (that donated it) is not merged (but is still traceable). Kidd.75a עד שיִשְׁתֵּקֵּעַ שםע״א ממנו until the name of idolatry has disappeared from him (until his idolatrous ancestry is no longer traceable). Y.Keth.I, 25d top משפחהשנ׳ בה פסולוכ׳ if a genealogical blemish is mixed up in a family, you must investigate it back to four mothers; Y.Kidd.IV, 65d bot. Ib. מה נאשה ונִשְׁתַּקְּעוּ בהנ גדולי הדור what can we do (with these families), since prominent men of the generation are mixed up with them? Ib. חמשת … וכולם נשתקעו בכהונהוכ׳ Pashhur ben Imer had five thousand slaves, and they are all mixed up with high priestly families; Y.Yeb.VIII, 9d top; (Kidd.70b נטמעו). Tanḥ. Noah 5 the Lord supported Noah שלא יִשְׁתַּקֵּעַ במעשה דור המבול lest he sink down in (the mud of) the deeds of the generation of the flood; a. fr. 2) to settle permanently, be naturalized. Sifré Deut. 301 (ref. to Deut. 26:5 ויגר) מלמד … להִשְׁתַּקֵּע אלא לגור שם this shows that he (Jacob) did not go down (to Egypt) to settle there as a citizen, but only to sojourn there. 3) to be lost in forests, fields Y.Ber.II, end, 5d ובשעה שהוא משתקעוכ׳ but when one is lost, he may even trespass on a field of crocus; (B. Kam.81a תועה). Y. Ber. l. c.; Y.B. Bath.V, 15a bot. וראו … משתקע ובא כנגדן they saw R. J. b. P. having lost his way and coming (through fields) towards them.

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  • 106 שָׁקַע

    שָׁקַע(b. h.) 1) to be depressed, sink, go down. Y.Ab. Zar. III, 42c bot. אם היה חותמה שוֹקֵעַ if the seal on it was engraven, opp. בולט; Tosef. ib. V (VI), 2; Bab. ib. 43b. Gen. R. s. 19 (ref. to לרוח היום, Gen. 3:8) לרוח ששוֹקַעַת עם היום by the (western) wind that goes down with the day. Ib. כל שהיום שוקעוכ׳ the more the day goes down, the cooler it grows. Y.Sabb.I, 3d top אחד צף ואחד שוקעוכ׳ one kind of poison floats, another settles Mikv. X, 1 צלוחית שפיה שוקע a bottle the mouth of which is turned down. Men.103b, v. Hithpa.; a. fr. 2) to sink, let down. B. Mets.V, 7 מששְׁקָעוֹ בכבשן after he let the lime stones down into the kiln (Y. ed. משיִשְׁקַע כבשנו, or משיְשַׁקֵּעַ) when he has filled his kiln). Yalk. Koh. 966, v. שָׁלָה; a. e.Part. pass. שָׁקוּעַ; f. שְׁקוּעָה Bekh.43b, v. חָרַם. Ex. R. s. 1522> והארץ ש׳ במים the earth was submerged in water. Sifra Thazr., Par. 5, ch. XV (ref. to פחתת, Lev. 13:55) שיהיו כל מראיה שְׁקוּעִין Rabad (ed. שוֹקְעִין) that all its colors appear lower (v. שַׁקִּיעַ; cmp. עָמוֹק); Yalk. Lev. 553 שוֹקְעִין; a. e.Bekh.VII, 1 ראשו ש׳, v. שָׁקוּט. Pi. שִׁיקֵּעַ to sink, let down. Snh.VI, 4 מְשַׁקְּעִין את הקורהוכ׳ they insert the trunk (of the gallows) in the ground. Y.Shek.V, end, 49b כמה ממון שִׁיקְּעוּ אבותי כאן how much money have my ancestors sunk here (in building that synagogue)!; כמה נפשות שיקעווכ׳ how many souls did thy ancestors sink here! were there no people to study the Law (on whom that money might have been spent)?; Y.Peah VIII, end, 21b. B. Mets.V, 7 Y. ed., v. supra; a. e.Trnsf. to embody in a collection without regard to original wording, to edit, abridge. Y.Hor.III, 48c top; Y.Sabb.XVI, 15c הדא דאת אמר עד שלא ש׳ בו רבי רוב משניות אבל משש׳וכ׳ what you say (that the study of the Mishnah collection is preferable) refers to the time before Rabbi had embodied and abridged most of the Mishnayoth in his edition, but since then, run at all times after the Talmud (where the discussions are quoted in their original form).Part. pass. מְשוּקָּע; f. מְשוּקַּעַת; pl. מְשוּקָּעִים, מְשוּקָּעִין; מְשוּקָּעוֹת. Koh. R. to I, 15 מקצתה מש׳ בארץ part of the boat rests on dry land. Y.B. Mets.II, beg.8b במש׳ בו when the objeot is found stuck in it, opp. בנתון בו when it is seen that it was put there. Gen. R. s. 33 שהיתה התיבה מש׳ במיםוכ׳ that the ark was eleven cubits in the water. Y.Yoma VII, beg.44a זראו של דוד מש׳ שם the seed of David is sunk there (in the family of the Resh Galutha). Y.Sabb.III, 6a top כסא שרגליו מש׳ בטיט a chair the feet of which stick in the mud. Y.ḤagI, 76d top; Y.Peah II, 17a כמה … וכולהן מש׳ במשנה many Hălakhoth have been communicated to Moses from Sinai, and they all are embodied in the Mishnah; a. e. Hif. הִשְׁקִיעַ to sink, let down. Gen. R. s. 68 ה׳הקב״ה גלגלוכ׳ the Lord caused the sun to set before its time. Ib. מה אתה בצאתך הִשְׁקַעְתִּי חמחוכ׳ as I caused the sun to set when thou didst go out Lev. R. s. 21; Pesik. Aḥăre, p. 176a>, לעולם יַשְׁקִיעַוכ׳ (Ar. s. v. רתק: יְשַׁקֵּעַ or יִשְׁקַע) man should at all times sink himself into the study of the Mishnah, for when he knocks, v. רָתַק. Koh. R. to I, 5 עד שלאה׳ שמשו … הזריחוכ׳ before God made the sun of Moses to set, he made the sun of Joshua to rise, v. שֶׁמֶש. Ib. 4 היוצר הזה מַשְׁקִיעַ כבשונו מה שמשקיעוכ׳ the potter fills his oven; what he sinks into it first, is the last to come out; a. fr. Hithpa. הִשְׁתַּקֵּע, Nithpa. נִשְׁתַּקֵּעַ 1) to be sunk, drowned; to be mixed tip beyond recognition. Midr. Till. to Ps. 22 המִשְׁתַּקְּעִים שוקעים את שוקעיהן those that were to he drowned, drowned those that wanted to drown them. Ruth R. to I, 17 נ׳ … בחליו was three days unconscious I on his sick-bed, opp. נתישבה דעתו he came to. Ex. R. s. 156> מִשְׁתַּקְּעִין בעונותוכ׳ are sunk in sins through the evil inclination. Ib.15> עד שנִשְׁתַּקְּעוּ תהומות until the depths were filled with water. Y.Shek.VIII, beg.51a והיו עולי רגלים משתקאיןוכ׳ the pilgrims sank in blood up to their knees; Men.103b שוקעין; Tosef.Eduy. III, 2 מפקיעין בדםוכ׳ ed. Zuck. (read: מְשוּקָּעִין; Var. מְשַׁקְּעִין את ארכובותיהן). Arakh.6b עד שלא נ׳ שםוכ׳ as long as the name of its owner (that donated it) is not merged (but is still traceable). Kidd.75a עד שיִשְׁתֵּקֵּעַ שםע״א ממנו until the name of idolatry has disappeared from him (until his idolatrous ancestry is no longer traceable). Y.Keth.I, 25d top משפחהשנ׳ בה פסולוכ׳ if a genealogical blemish is mixed up in a family, you must investigate it back to four mothers; Y.Kidd.IV, 65d bot. Ib. מה נאשה ונִשְׁתַּקְּעוּ בהנ גדולי הדור what can we do (with these families), since prominent men of the generation are mixed up with them? Ib. חמשת … וכולם נשתקעו בכהונהוכ׳ Pashhur ben Imer had five thousand slaves, and they are all mixed up with high priestly families; Y.Yeb.VIII, 9d top; (Kidd.70b נטמעו). Tanḥ. Noah 5 the Lord supported Noah שלא יִשְׁתַּקֵּעַ במעשה דור המבול lest he sink down in (the mud of) the deeds of the generation of the flood; a. fr. 2) to settle permanently, be naturalized. Sifré Deut. 301 (ref. to Deut. 26:5 ויגר) מלמד … להִשְׁתַּקֵּע אלא לגור שם this shows that he (Jacob) did not go down (to Egypt) to settle there as a citizen, but only to sojourn there. 3) to be lost in forests, fields Y.Ber.II, end, 5d ובשעה שהוא משתקעוכ׳ but when one is lost, he may even trespass on a field of crocus; (B. Kam.81a תועה). Y. Ber. l. c.; Y.B. Bath.V, 15a bot. וראו … משתקע ובא כנגדן they saw R. J. b. P. having lost his way and coming (through fields) towards them.

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  • 107 תהלה

    תְּהִלָּהf. (b. h.; הָלַל) praise, song. Pes.117a בעשרה … בת׳וכ׳ the Book of Psalms contains ten expressions for praise: nitstsuaḥ̣ … thillah Ber.4b כל האומר ת׳ לדודוכ׳ he who recites the Praise of David (Ps. 145) three times a day Taan.16b (ref. to Nehem. 9:5) על כל ברכה וברכה תן לו ת׳ after every benediction give him praise (close with ברוך שם כבודוכ׳); a. e.Pl. תְּהִלּוֹת; תְּהִלִּים, תְּהִילּ׳. Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.8 (ref. to Ex. 15:12) נורא ת׳ לא מעכשיו אלא מעולם נורא ת׳ not from now is he fearful in praises (i. e. נורא is not meant as participle present), but from eternity was he Esp. (סֵפֶר) תְּחִלִּים, תְּהִילִּ׳; contr. תִּלִּים, תִּילִּ׳ the Book of Psalms. Pes. l. c. B. Bath.14b sq. דוד כתב ס׳ ת׳ על ידיוכ׳ David composed the Book of Psalms through the agency of ten elders … and of the three sons of Korah. Gen. R. s. 68 חמשה … שבס׳ ת׳ the fifteen ‘songs of the ascents in the Psalms; ib. s. 74. Y.Sabb.XVI, 15c bot. מאה … בת׳וכ׳ the one hundred and forty-five psalms in the Psalms correspond to the years of Jacob; Treat. Sofrim ch. XVI, 17 בספר ת׳. Y.B. Bath.I, end, 13a; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 33 מסתכל הייתי באגדת ת׳ I was meditating over the Agadah on the Psalms; Y.Kil.IX, 32b bot.; Y.Keth.XIII, 35a bot. אשגרית עיניי בכל ספר ת׳ אגדה (not עינוי) I let my glance pass through the whole Book of Psalms, an Agadah.Chald. תִּילִּין, תִּילֵּי. Pes. l. c. חזינא להו לת׳ דבי רבוכ׳ I saw a copy of the Psalms of the house of R. … in which Halleluiah was written in the middle of a chapter (psalm).תִּלִּים, תִּלִּין, תִּילִּ׳, pl. of תֵּל, q. v.

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  • 108 תְּהִלָּה

    תְּהִלָּהf. (b. h.; הָלַל) praise, song. Pes.117a בעשרה … בת׳וכ׳ the Book of Psalms contains ten expressions for praise: nitstsuaḥ̣ … thillah Ber.4b כל האומר ת׳ לדודוכ׳ he who recites the Praise of David (Ps. 145) three times a day Taan.16b (ref. to Nehem. 9:5) על כל ברכה וברכה תן לו ת׳ after every benediction give him praise (close with ברוך שם כבודוכ׳); a. e.Pl. תְּהִלּוֹת; תְּהִלִּים, תְּהִילּ׳. Mekh. Bshall., Shir., s.8 (ref. to Ex. 15:12) נורא ת׳ לא מעכשיו אלא מעולם נורא ת׳ not from now is he fearful in praises (i. e. נורא is not meant as participle present), but from eternity was he Esp. (סֵפֶר) תְּחִלִּים, תְּהִילִּ׳; contr. תִּלִּים, תִּילִּ׳ the Book of Psalms. Pes. l. c. B. Bath.14b sq. דוד כתב ס׳ ת׳ על ידיוכ׳ David composed the Book of Psalms through the agency of ten elders … and of the three sons of Korah. Gen. R. s. 68 חמשה … שבס׳ ת׳ the fifteen ‘songs of the ascents in the Psalms; ib. s. 74. Y.Sabb.XVI, 15c bot. מאה … בת׳וכ׳ the one hundred and forty-five psalms in the Psalms correspond to the years of Jacob; Treat. Sofrim ch. XVI, 17 בספר ת׳. Y.B. Bath.I, end, 13a; a. fr.Gen. R. s. 33 מסתכל הייתי באגדת ת׳ I was meditating over the Agadah on the Psalms; Y.Kil.IX, 32b bot.; Y.Keth.XIII, 35a bot. אשגרית עיניי בכל ספר ת׳ אגדה (not עינוי) I let my glance pass through the whole Book of Psalms, an Agadah.Chald. תִּילִּין, תִּילֵּי. Pes. l. c. חזינא להו לת׳ דבי רבוכ׳ I saw a copy of the Psalms of the house of R. … in which Halleluiah was written in the middle of a chapter (psalm).תִּלִּים, תִּלִּין, תִּילִּ׳, pl. of תֵּל, q. v.

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