Translation: from hebrew

parched

  • 1 אדמה חרבה

    parched land

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  • 2 אדמה צמאה

    parched land

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  • 3 ארץ צמא

    parched land

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  • 4 יבש גרונו

    was parched, his throat became dry

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  • 5 יבש כחרש

    parched by the sun, dry as a bone

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  • 6 מיובש

    adj. dried, desiccated, parched, powdered, seasoned, dehydrated

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  • 7 נחר

    adj. parched
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    v. to snore

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  • 8 ניחר

    adj. parched

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  • 9 צחיח

    adj. arid, dry, parched, torrid

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  • 10 אבשונא

    אַבְשוּנָא, אֲבִישְׁנָאm. ( אבש = יבש) something dried; parched or dried ears of grain. Meg.7b; Ps. 39b קמחא דא׳ flour of roasted ears. Ib. 40a חצבא דאבשו׳ Ar. (ed. אבי׳) a basin wherein ears are roasted.

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  • 11 אַבְשוּנָא

    אַבְשוּנָא, אֲבִישְׁנָאm. ( אבש = יבש) something dried; parched or dried ears of grain. Meg.7b; Ps. 39b קמחא דא׳ flour of roasted ears. Ib. 40a חצבא דאבשו׳ Ar. (ed. אבי׳) a basin wherein ears are roasted.

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  • 12 אֲבִישְׁנָא

    אַבְשוּנָא, אֲבִישְׁנָאm. ( אבש = יבש) something dried; parched or dried ears of grain. Meg.7b; Ps. 39b קמחא דא׳ flour of roasted ears. Ib. 40a חצבא דאבשו׳ Ar. (ed. אבי׳) a basin wherein ears are roasted.

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  • 13 גריד

    גְּרִידm. ( גרד) (rind, crust, cmp. גָּרָב. the parched surface of the field, arid land, unbroken or untilled ground.ימי הג׳ dry season, summer. B. Mets. V, 10.Ib. חרוש עמי בג׳ plough thou with me in dry ground (in summer), opp. רְבִיעָה.מקום הג׳ dry ground, opp. מקום הטיט (הטינא) muddy ground. Pes.55a; Y.Kil.II, 27d top; Y.Ḥall.I, 57c.M. Kat. 6b שדה ג׳, opp. מטוננת.Y.Kil.II, 28a bot. ג׳ unbroken ground between tilled fields. Gen. R. s. 33, end נעשה כג׳וכ׳ (the earth, after the flood had subsided) became like hard unbroken ground; they planted but nothing would grow.

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  • 14 גְּרִיד

    גְּרִידm. ( גרד) (rind, crust, cmp. גָּרָב. the parched surface of the field, arid land, unbroken or untilled ground.ימי הג׳ dry season, summer. B. Mets. V, 10.Ib. חרוש עמי בג׳ plough thou with me in dry ground (in summer), opp. רְבִיעָה.מקום הג׳ dry ground, opp. מקום הטיט (הטינא) muddy ground. Pes.55a; Y.Kil.II, 27d top; Y.Ḥall.I, 57c.M. Kat. 6b שדה ג׳, opp. מטוננת.Y.Kil.II, 28a bot. ג׳ unbroken ground between tilled fields. Gen. R. s. 33, end נעשה כג׳וכ׳ (the earth, after the flood had subsided) became like hard unbroken ground; they planted but nothing would grow.

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  • 15 גשם

    גָּשַׁם(b. h., v. גּוּש) to make the earth cloddy (v. Ges. H. Dict.10> s. v.).Part. pass. גָּשוּם cloddy in consequence of ample rains. Y.Yoma V, 42c top שנת גְּשוּמָה שחונהוכ׳ (sub. ארץ) a year in which the earth forms clods, then is parched so as to form scabs, and then moistened with dew; Bab. ib. 53b שנת שחונה שנת ג׳ Ms. M. (ed. שנה ג׳ ושח׳, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note), expl. אם שח׳ (היא) תהא ג׳ if it is to be parched, let it first be soaked with heavy rains; Lev. R. s. 20; Tanḥ. Aḥăré 3 (corr. acc.); ed. Bub. ib. 4. Hof. הוּגְשָׁם (denom. of גֶּשֶׁם) to be frought with rain, rain-bringing. B. Bath.25b since the destruction of the Temple לא הוּגְשְׁמָהוכ׳ the south wind has not been rain-bringing.

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  • 16 גָּשַׁם

    גָּשַׁם(b. h., v. גּוּש) to make the earth cloddy (v. Ges. H. Dict.10> s. v.).Part. pass. גָּשוּם cloddy in consequence of ample rains. Y.Yoma V, 42c top שנת גְּשוּמָה שחונהוכ׳ (sub. ארץ) a year in which the earth forms clods, then is parched so as to form scabs, and then moistened with dew; Bab. ib. 53b שנת שחונה שנת ג׳ Ms. M. (ed. שנה ג׳ ושח׳, v. Rabb. D. S. a. l. note), expl. אם שח׳ (היא) תהא ג׳ if it is to be parched, let it first be soaked with heavy rains; Lev. R. s. 20; Tanḥ. Aḥăré 3 (corr. acc.); ed. Bub. ib. 4. Hof. הוּגְשָׁם (denom. of גֶּשֶׁם) to be frought with rain, rain-bringing. B. Bath.25b since the destruction of the Temple לא הוּגְשְׁמָהוכ׳ the south wind has not been rain-bringing.

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  • 17 חמר II

    חָמַרII (b. h.) ( to be hot, 1) to glow, to parch (cmp. כָּמַר). Snh.VII, 2 וחוֹמֶרֶת אתוכ׳ and parches his entrails; (Ar., v. חָמַד). Nif. נֶחְמַר to be parched. Ḥull.III, 3 נפלה לאור ונֶחְמְרוּוכ׳ if the bird fell into fire, and (on examination after slaughtering it was found that) its bowels were affected by inhaling heat (Ar., v. חָמַד). Gen. R. s. 38, end.

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  • 18 חָמַר

    חָמַרII (b. h.) ( to be hot, 1) to glow, to parch (cmp. כָּמַר). Snh.VII, 2 וחוֹמֶרֶת אתוכ׳ and parches his entrails; (Ar., v. חָמַד). Nif. נֶחְמַר to be parched. Ḥull.III, 3 נפלה לאור ונֶחְמְרוּוכ׳ if the bird fell into fire, and (on examination after slaughtering it was found that) its bowels were affected by inhaling heat (Ar., v. חָמַד). Gen. R. s. 38, end.

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  • 19 חמר

    חֲמַרch. sam(חמר II to be hot), 1) to be hot, parched. Targ. Job 30:27 חֲמַרוּ (Var. חֲמָרוּ, Ms. חַמָּרוּ Pa.; h. text רתח׳). 2) to ferment, v. next w., a. חֲמִירָא.

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  • 20 חֲמַר

    חֲמַרch. sam(חמר II to be hot), 1) to be hot, parched. Targ. Job 30:27 חֲמַרוּ (Var. חֲמָרוּ, Ms. חַמָּרוּ Pa.; h. text רתח׳). 2) to ferment, v. next w., a. חֲמִירָא.

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