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attempting

  • 1 דחיקת הקץ

    attempting to precipitate matters, impatience

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  • 2 התחלה

    הַתְחָלָהf. ( תחל Hif.) beginning, preliminary act. Sabb.9b הַתְחָלַת התספורת the preparations for hair-cutting.Ex. R. s. 1 אין ויואל אלא לשוןה׳ vayoël (Ex. 2:21) has the meaning of beginning (attempting). Ber.14b הויאה׳ is considered a beginning of the recitation (and you must finish it); a. fr.Pl. הַתְהָלוֹת. Mekh. Yithro, Baḥod., s.2 כלה׳ קשות all beginnings are difficult. Cmp. אַתְחַלְתָּא.

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  • 3 הַתְחָלָה

    הַתְחָלָהf. ( תחל Hif.) beginning, preliminary act. Sabb.9b הַתְחָלַת התספורת the preparations for hair-cutting.Ex. R. s. 1 אין ויואל אלא לשוןה׳ vayoël (Ex. 2:21) has the meaning of beginning (attempting). Ber.14b הויאה׳ is considered a beginning of the recitation (and you must finish it); a. fr.Pl. הַתְהָלוֹת. Mekh. Yithro, Baḥod., s.2 כלה׳ קשות all beginnings are difficult. Cmp. אַתְחַלְתָּא.

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  • 4 למין

    לְמֵין, לִימֵן, לִימֵיןm. (λιμήν) haven, bay. Esth. R. to I, 8 שתי ספינית היו עולות בל׳ אחת מבקשתוכ׳ two ships attempting to enter the harbor (from different directions); one desires a northern wind Y.Yoma III, 41a לְמֵינָהּ של יפו the harbor of Japho. Y.Gitt.I, 43b bot. למינה של קסרין of Cæsarea. Gen. R. s. 31 אם … שתהא עומדת בל׳ if a man wants to build a ship able to stand in the harbor; (Yalk. Ps. 876 במים).Erub.IV, 2 (41b) נכנסו ללמן Ar. (ed. לנָמֵל). Ex. R. s. 48, beg.; Koh. R. to VII, 1 (ref. to ‘the day of death ib.) it is like two sea-faring ships אחת יוצאת מן הל׳וכ׳ one leaving the harbor, and one entering it; Midr. Sam. ch. 23; (Yalk. Koh. 973 נמל). Koh. R. to VI, 5; a. e.

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  • 5 לימן

    לְמֵין, לִימֵן, לִימֵיןm. (λιμήν) haven, bay. Esth. R. to I, 8 שתי ספינית היו עולות בל׳ אחת מבקשתוכ׳ two ships attempting to enter the harbor (from different directions); one desires a northern wind Y.Yoma III, 41a לְמֵינָהּ של יפו the harbor of Japho. Y.Gitt.I, 43b bot. למינה של קסרין of Cæsarea. Gen. R. s. 31 אם … שתהא עומדת בל׳ if a man wants to build a ship able to stand in the harbor; (Yalk. Ps. 876 במים).Erub.IV, 2 (41b) נכנסו ללמן Ar. (ed. לנָמֵל). Ex. R. s. 48, beg.; Koh. R. to VII, 1 (ref. to ‘the day of death ib.) it is like two sea-faring ships אחת יוצאת מן הל׳וכ׳ one leaving the harbor, and one entering it; Midr. Sam. ch. 23; (Yalk. Koh. 973 נמל). Koh. R. to VI, 5; a. e.

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  • 6 לְמֵין

    לְמֵין, לִימֵן, לִימֵיןm. (λιμήν) haven, bay. Esth. R. to I, 8 שתי ספינית היו עולות בל׳ אחת מבקשתוכ׳ two ships attempting to enter the harbor (from different directions); one desires a northern wind Y.Yoma III, 41a לְמֵינָהּ של יפו the harbor of Japho. Y.Gitt.I, 43b bot. למינה של קסרין of Cæsarea. Gen. R. s. 31 אם … שתהא עומדת בל׳ if a man wants to build a ship able to stand in the harbor; (Yalk. Ps. 876 במים).Erub.IV, 2 (41b) נכנסו ללמן Ar. (ed. לנָמֵל). Ex. R. s. 48, beg.; Koh. R. to VII, 1 (ref. to ‘the day of death ib.) it is like two sea-faring ships אחת יוצאת מן הל׳וכ׳ one leaving the harbor, and one entering it; Midr. Sam. ch. 23; (Yalk. Koh. 973 נמל). Koh. R. to VI, 5; a. e.

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  • 7 לִימֵן

    לְמֵין, לִימֵן, לִימֵיןm. (λιμήν) haven, bay. Esth. R. to I, 8 שתי ספינית היו עולות בל׳ אחת מבקשתוכ׳ two ships attempting to enter the harbor (from different directions); one desires a northern wind Y.Yoma III, 41a לְמֵינָהּ של יפו the harbor of Japho. Y.Gitt.I, 43b bot. למינה של קסרין of Cæsarea. Gen. R. s. 31 אם … שתהא עומדת בל׳ if a man wants to build a ship able to stand in the harbor; (Yalk. Ps. 876 במים).Erub.IV, 2 (41b) נכנסו ללמן Ar. (ed. לנָמֵל). Ex. R. s. 48, beg.; Koh. R. to VII, 1 (ref. to ‘the day of death ib.) it is like two sea-faring ships אחת יוצאת מן הל׳וכ׳ one leaving the harbor, and one entering it; Midr. Sam. ch. 23; (Yalk. Koh. 973 נמל). Koh. R. to VI, 5; a. e.

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  • 8 לִימֵין

    לְמֵין, לִימֵן, לִימֵיןm. (λιμήν) haven, bay. Esth. R. to I, 8 שתי ספינית היו עולות בל׳ אחת מבקשתוכ׳ two ships attempting to enter the harbor (from different directions); one desires a northern wind Y.Yoma III, 41a לְמֵינָהּ של יפו the harbor of Japho. Y.Gitt.I, 43b bot. למינה של קסרין of Cæsarea. Gen. R. s. 31 אם … שתהא עומדת בל׳ if a man wants to build a ship able to stand in the harbor; (Yalk. Ps. 876 במים).Erub.IV, 2 (41b) נכנסו ללמן Ar. (ed. לנָמֵל). Ex. R. s. 48, beg.; Koh. R. to VII, 1 (ref. to ‘the day of death ib.) it is like two sea-faring ships אחת יוצאת מן הל׳וכ׳ one leaving the harbor, and one entering it; Midr. Sam. ch. 23; (Yalk. Koh. 973 נמל). Koh. R. to VI, 5; a. e.

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  • 9 פרס I, פרשׂ

    פָּרַסI, פָּרַשׂ, (b. h.) 1) to split, break, esp. (v. בָּצַע) to break bread and say grace. R. Hash. 29b לא יִפְרוֹס אדם פרוסהוכ׳ a person should not break bread and say grace for his guests, unless he dines with them אבל פּוֹרֵס הוא לבניווכ׳ but he may do so for his children and his household in order to train them in religious practice. Pes.37a; Men.78b (expl. מצה הינא) כל שפּוֹרְסָהּ ואיןוכ׳ when he breaks it apart, and no cords (of unbaked dough) can be drawn out of it; a. e.Part. pass. פָּרוּס; f. פְּרוּסָה; pl. פְּרוּסִים, פְּרוּסִין; פְּרוּסוֹת. Lev. R. s. 34 (ref. to פָּרֹס, Is. 58:7) הלא תִפְרוֹשׂ … פָרוּס כבר היא פ׳וכ׳ it does not read, ‘behold, thou shalt break, but, ‘behold broken; it (thy bread) is broken for thee, for from the beginning of the year it is decreed Y.Dem.I, 21d bot. בפ׳ when it is a broken piece of an eatable, opp. שלם. Y.Ber.VI, 10b bot. פ׳ של חטים (sub. פת) a broken loaf of wheat bread; a. fr.V. פְּרוּס, פְּרוּסָה. 2) (cmp. פָּרַץ) to break through; Part. pass. as ab. open, plain. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. V, 4, v. סַוָּאר. 3) to spread. Meg.III, 3 (28a) ואין פּוֹרְשִׂין לתוכו מצודות nor dare you spread traps leading into it (the synagogue in ruins). Yoma III, 4 פָּרְסוּ סדיןוכ׳ (Y. ed. פָּרְשׂוּ), v. סָדִין. Num. R. s. 11 הכהנים פּוֹרְשִׂים את כפיהם the priests spread their hands (when blessing). Ex. R. s. 42 אחז … ופ׳הקב״הוכ׳ he (Moses) took hold of the divine throne, and the Lord spread his cloak over him. Ib. (ref. to ̇פּר̇ש̇ז̇, Job 26:9) פ̇׳ ר̇חום ש̇די ז̇יווכ׳ the Merciful Almighty spread the splendor of his cloud over him; ib. s. 41 פ׳ והגין עליוהקב״ה the Lord spread (his cloak) over him and protected him; a. fr.Deut. R. s. 5 היה פוֹרֵשׂ דיאטגמאוכ׳ (not דאטגמא) he spread (published) a decree wherever he conquered Part. pass. as ab. Ab. III, 16, v. מְצוּדָה; a. e.פ׳ על שמע (interch. with פ׳ את שמע) to spread a cloak over the head for the recitation of the prayers preceding the ShmÊ¿a (Ḳaddish and Barkhu), esp. to recite the prayers for the benefit of those who have come too late for the regular service (cmp. Ber.51a פריס סודרא, quot. in next w.). Meg.IV, 3 (23b) אין פורסין על שמעוכ׳ (Mish. ed. את; Mish. Pes. פורשין, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 90) the prayers for the ShmÊ¿a are not read aloud … with less than two persons; (Rashi: to divide the Shma (v. supra), i. e. to read parts of the prayers preceding the ShmÊ¿a;) Y. ib. IV, 75a bot. פורסין את שמע. Ib. IV, 5 המפטיר … פורסוכ׳, v. פָּטַר. Ib. 6. Lev. R. s. 23 א״ל פְּרוֹס על שמע פ׳ they said to him, recite the prayers for the ShmÊ¿a; he did; Cant. R. to II, 2 (mixed dict.) פְּרוֹס לן את שמע פרוס לון (read: פָּרֵיס); a. fr. Nif. נִפְרַס, Nithpa. נִתְפָּרֵס to be divided, broken. Tbul Yom III, 1, v. עָרָה II. B. Mets.VII, 7 נִתְפָּרְסוּ עיגוליו if his fig cakes were broken; a. e. Hif. הִפְרִיס 1) to assign, give a share, a present. Gen. R. s. 74 end ולא היו מַפְרִיסִיםוכ׳ Ar. (ed. מפרינים) they endowed only with their mouth, v. פָּרַן. Yalk. ib. 22 מַפְרִיס והולך, v. פְּרָת. 2) (denom. of פַּרְסָה) to part the foot, to have a parted hoof. Sifra Shmini, ch. V, Par. 4 משוסע, חזיר מפריס the swine parts its foot and is cloven-footed. Ḥull.59a אין לך דבר שמפריס פרסהוכ׳ there is no animal that parts its foot and yet is unclean, except swine; a. e.Ib. 51b ה׳ע״ג קרקע the animal, after its fall, in attempting to rise made an impression of its parted feet on the ground (an evidence of its spines being unaffected).Trnsf. to show the cloven foot (like swine, as if saying, ‘I am clean, v. Lev. R. s. 13, end), to pretend piety. Gen. R. s. 22 יצא כמפריס וכמרמהוכ׳ (some ed. מפרים, corr. acc.) he went forth like a hypocrite and as one deceiving his Creator; (Yalk. ib. 38; Lev. R. s. 10 כמַעֲרִים, v. עָרַם II). Pi. פֵּירֵס, פֵּירֵש 1) to spread. Bekh.44a (ref. to Ex. 40:19) רבינו פֵּירְשׂוֹ Moses our teacher spread it (hence he must have been ten cubits high); Sabb.92a פרשו; Yalk. Ex. 372; a. e. 2) to put a wrap on, only in פֵּירְסָה נדה she became menstruous. Keth.2a. Gen. R. s. 48; a. fr.

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  • 10 פָּרַס

    פָּרַסI, פָּרַשׂ, (b. h.) 1) to split, break, esp. (v. בָּצַע) to break bread and say grace. R. Hash. 29b לא יִפְרוֹס אדם פרוסהוכ׳ a person should not break bread and say grace for his guests, unless he dines with them אבל פּוֹרֵס הוא לבניווכ׳ but he may do so for his children and his household in order to train them in religious practice. Pes.37a; Men.78b (expl. מצה הינא) כל שפּוֹרְסָהּ ואיןוכ׳ when he breaks it apart, and no cords (of unbaked dough) can be drawn out of it; a. e.Part. pass. פָּרוּס; f. פְּרוּסָה; pl. פְּרוּסִים, פְּרוּסִין; פְּרוּסוֹת. Lev. R. s. 34 (ref. to פָּרֹס, Is. 58:7) הלא תִפְרוֹשׂ … פָרוּס כבר היא פ׳וכ׳ it does not read, ‘behold, thou shalt break, but, ‘behold broken; it (thy bread) is broken for thee, for from the beginning of the year it is decreed Y.Dem.I, 21d bot. בפ׳ when it is a broken piece of an eatable, opp. שלם. Y.Ber.VI, 10b bot. פ׳ של חטים (sub. פת) a broken loaf of wheat bread; a. fr.V. פְּרוּס, פְּרוּסָה. 2) (cmp. פָּרַץ) to break through; Part. pass. as ab. open, plain. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets. V, 4, v. סַוָּאר. 3) to spread. Meg.III, 3 (28a) ואין פּוֹרְשִׂין לתוכו מצודות nor dare you spread traps leading into it (the synagogue in ruins). Yoma III, 4 פָּרְסוּ סדיןוכ׳ (Y. ed. פָּרְשׂוּ), v. סָדִין. Num. R. s. 11 הכהנים פּוֹרְשִׂים את כפיהם the priests spread their hands (when blessing). Ex. R. s. 42 אחז … ופ׳הקב״הוכ׳ he (Moses) took hold of the divine throne, and the Lord spread his cloak over him. Ib. (ref. to ̇פּר̇ש̇ז̇, Job 26:9) פ̇׳ ר̇חום ש̇די ז̇יווכ׳ the Merciful Almighty spread the splendor of his cloud over him; ib. s. 41 פ׳ והגין עליוהקב״ה the Lord spread (his cloak) over him and protected him; a. fr.Deut. R. s. 5 היה פוֹרֵשׂ דיאטגמאוכ׳ (not דאטגמא) he spread (published) a decree wherever he conquered Part. pass. as ab. Ab. III, 16, v. מְצוּדָה; a. e.פ׳ על שמע (interch. with פ׳ את שמע) to spread a cloak over the head for the recitation of the prayers preceding the ShmÊ¿a (Ḳaddish and Barkhu), esp. to recite the prayers for the benefit of those who have come too late for the regular service (cmp. Ber.51a פריס סודרא, quot. in next w.). Meg.IV, 3 (23b) אין פורסין על שמעוכ׳ (Mish. ed. את; Mish. Pes. פורשין, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note 90) the prayers for the ShmÊ¿a are not read aloud … with less than two persons; (Rashi: to divide the Shma (v. supra), i. e. to read parts of the prayers preceding the ShmÊ¿a;) Y. ib. IV, 75a bot. פורסין את שמע. Ib. IV, 5 המפטיר … פורסוכ׳, v. פָּטַר. Ib. 6. Lev. R. s. 23 א״ל פְּרוֹס על שמע פ׳ they said to him, recite the prayers for the ShmÊ¿a; he did; Cant. R. to II, 2 (mixed dict.) פְּרוֹס לן את שמע פרוס לון (read: פָּרֵיס); a. fr. Nif. נִפְרַס, Nithpa. נִתְפָּרֵס to be divided, broken. Tbul Yom III, 1, v. עָרָה II. B. Mets.VII, 7 נִתְפָּרְסוּ עיגוליו if his fig cakes were broken; a. e. Hif. הִפְרִיס 1) to assign, give a share, a present. Gen. R. s. 74 end ולא היו מַפְרִיסִיםוכ׳ Ar. (ed. מפרינים) they endowed only with their mouth, v. פָּרַן. Yalk. ib. 22 מַפְרִיס והולך, v. פְּרָת. 2) (denom. of פַּרְסָה) to part the foot, to have a parted hoof. Sifra Shmini, ch. V, Par. 4 משוסע, חזיר מפריס the swine parts its foot and is cloven-footed. Ḥull.59a אין לך דבר שמפריס פרסהוכ׳ there is no animal that parts its foot and yet is unclean, except swine; a. e.Ib. 51b ה׳ע״ג קרקע the animal, after its fall, in attempting to rise made an impression of its parted feet on the ground (an evidence of its spines being unaffected).Trnsf. to show the cloven foot (like swine, as if saying, ‘I am clean, v. Lev. R. s. 13, end), to pretend piety. Gen. R. s. 22 יצא כמפריס וכמרמהוכ׳ (some ed. מפרים, corr. acc.) he went forth like a hypocrite and as one deceiving his Creator; (Yalk. ib. 38; Lev. R. s. 10 כמַעֲרִים, v. עָרַם II). Pi. פֵּירֵס, פֵּירֵש 1) to spread. Bekh.44a (ref. to Ex. 40:19) רבינו פֵּירְשׂוֹ Moses our teacher spread it (hence he must have been ten cubits high); Sabb.92a פרשו; Yalk. Ex. 372; a. e. 2) to put a wrap on, only in פֵּירְסָה נדה she became menstruous. Keth.2a. Gen. R. s. 48; a. fr.

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